Advances in Management Accounting, Volume 3 / Edition 1

Advances in Management Accounting, Volume 3 / Edition 1

ISBN-10:
1559387211
ISBN-13:
9781559387217
Pub. Date:
01/01/2001
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Ltd

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Advances in Management Accounting, Volume 3 / Edition 1

This third volume in the series discusses such topics as the role of activity-based systems in supporting the transition to the lean enterprise, applying field research to behavioural issues in management accounting, and human resource valuation and amortization in corporate acquisitions.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781559387217
Publisher: Emerald Publishing Ltd
Publication date: 01/01/2001
Pages: 300
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.69(d)

Table of Contents

The role of activity based systems in supporting the transition to the lean enterprise, Robin Cooper; applying field research to behavioural issues in management accounting - a suggested research in design framework, Leslie W. Weisenfeld and Larry N. Killough; human resource valuation and amortization in corporate acquisitions - a case study, Eric G. Flamholtz and Russell W. Coff; responsibility redefined - changing concepts of accounting-based control, C.J. McNair and Lawrence P. Carr; applying activity-based costing to the Canadian Valley Cattle Ranch - a case study, Cheryl L. Fulkerson et al; user perceptions of an application of activity-based costing, Gweneth Norris; activity-based costing and Japanese cost management techniques - a comparison, John Y. Lee et al; model integration - overcoming the Stovepipe Organization, D.R. Dolk and K.J. Euske; the validity of quarlity costs - an empirical study of mills in the paper and pulp industry, Lawrence A. Ponemon et al; responsibility centre managers' reactions to justice in budgetary resource allocation, Nace Magner and Robert B. Welker; factors affecting allocation of noncontrollable costs for performance evaluation use - a survey, Y. Joseph Ugras.

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