Cost Management: Accounting and Control / Edition 3by Don R. Hansen, Maryanne M. Mowen
Pub. Date: 08/28/1999
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Cost Management: Accounting and Control emphasizes that changing conditions often require a change in cost management systems. Emphasizing this point stresses the dynamic and exciting nature of the field.
Table of Contents1: Introduction. PART I: FUNDAMENTAL COST MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS. 2: Basic Cost Concepts. 3: Activity Cost Behavior. PART II: FUNCTIONAL-BASED COST AND CONTROL. 4: Job Order Costing. 5: Process Costing. 6: Support Department Cost Allocation. 7: Joint and By-Product Costing. 8: Budgeting. 9: Standard Costing. 10: Decentralization and Performance Evaluation. 11: International Cost Management. PART III: ACTIVITY-BASED-COSTING. 12: ABC and Implementation. 13: Strategic Cost Management. 14: Activity-Based Management. 15: Quality Cost Analysis. 16: Productivity Analysis. 17: Environmental Accounting. PART IV: DECISION-MAKING: UNIT-LEVEL AND ABC APPROACHES. 18: Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis. 19: Activity Resource Usage Model and Tactical Decision-Making. 20: Pricing and Profitability Analysis. 21: Capital Investment. 22: Inventory Management. Appendix. Glossary.
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