Accounting Principles: A Business Perspective, Managerial Accounting
by J.D. Edwards, R.H. Hermanson, S.D. Ivancevich
Publisher: Global Text Project 2014
Number of pages: 316
Contents: Process: Cost systems; Using accounting for quality and cost management; Cost-volume-profit analysis; Short-term decision making: Differential analysis; Budgeting for planning and control; Control through standard costs; Responsibility accounting: Segmental analysis; Capital budgeting:Long-range planning.
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