MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING: Concepts and Empirical Evidence / Edition 6 available in Hardcover
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- McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Provides a concise and insightful description of the concepts underlying managerial accounting.
Through empirical evidence, demonstrates the way real organizations utilize managerial accounting concepts to enhance their value.
Considers the relations among managerial accounting, economics and organization theory.
Discusses the role of managerial accounting in an information-based economy.
Executive summary of each chapter available in English and Chinese.
Written by one of the world’s most productive and influential managerial accounting scholars.
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Higher Education|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 9.80(h) x 0.85(d)|
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Managerial Accounting: Conceptual FrameworkChapter 2: Profit Planning: An OverviewChapter 3: Cost Accumulation and MeasurementChapter 4: Standard Cost SystemChapter 5: Cost Allocation IssuesChapter 6: Activity-Based Costing/ManagementChapter 7: Pricing DecisionsChapter 8: Financial Performance MeasuresChapter 9: Nonfinancial Performance Measures and Firm StrategyChapter 10: Transfer PricingChapter 11: Budgeting for Current Operations and Cash FlowsChapter 12: Capital BudgetingChapter 13: Postauditing Capital InvestmentsChapter 14: Management Accounting Systems as Agents of Organizational Change