4 edition of Accounting for management control found in the catalog.
Accounting for management control
Clive R. Emmanuel
2nd. ed. orig. published Chapman and Hall, 1990.
|Statement||Clive Emmanuel, David Otley and Kenneth Merchant.|
|Contributions||Merchant, Kenneth., Otley, David T.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 518p. ;|
|Number of Pages||518|
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anatomy of this management approach so that the reader will be able to understand the links between the various topics that are dealt with in subsequent chapters of the book.
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separate entity concept is recognized and the accounting entries are passed in the books of the business and not in the books of the proprietor as such.
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Accounting for marketable securities. Depreciation, impairments and depletion. Capital and revenue items. Statement of cash flows.
Stockholders' equity. Classifications of cost. Job order costing system. Joint products and by-products. Cost, volume and profit relationships. Variable and absorption costing. Standard costing and variance analysis.
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In management accounting or managerial accounting, managers use the provisions of accounting information in order to better inform themselves before they decide matters within their organizations, which aids their management and performance of control functions. 2 Scope, practice, and application.
3 Financial versus Management accounting. Management Control We will study some of the following management control tools and concepts: (a) budgets (aid in control not just planning); (b) transfer prices, or internal prices which aid in control of resource usage; (c) the controllability principle and relative performance evaluation (RPE may be older than suspected – Hammurabi’s.The book analyses management control for functional areas such as purchasing, R&D, production, sales, marketing, logistics as well as a specialized management accounting function for input factors such as human resources, real estate, financing and IT.
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