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Management Accounting
Principles and Applications

First Edition

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Management Accounting

April 2005 | 360 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This book adopts a new and accessible approach to helping readers understand how management accounting contributes to decisions in a variety of organisational contexts. It sets out clear explanations of practical management accounting techniques in the context of the application of these techniques to decisions. It recognizes practice through case studies and summarises published research. Uniquely, it examines the analytical and critical issues that often influence decision makers operating within private and public sector organisations. Key features include:

- Case studies of varying complexity that will allow students to work at their own level

- Summaries of important research articles

- Key learning objectives and end of chapter questions.

 
An Introduction to Management Accounting
 
Cost Analysis and Decision Making
 
Costing Products and Services
 
Management Accounting and the Planning Process - 1
 
Management Accounting and the Planning Process - 2
 
Management Accounting and the Control Process – 1
 
Management Accounting and the Control Process - 2
 
Operational Decision Making
 
Strategic Decision Making
 
Management Accountancy and Performance Management Systems

Students thought that this book was easy to follow and understand

Dr Scott Foster
Department of HRM, Liverpool John Moores University
November 10, 2013

It is a book that focuses on decision making within the topics of management accounting. Discusses especially the latest models and tools that support decision making by presenting examples suitable to those topics. The book is well structured and organized, but maybe if it was colorful would be more attractive and effective, especially for students.

Mr Paulino Silva
Accounting, ISCAP | IPP
January 18, 2013

How I used the book. I personally read a couple of key chapters of interest and took the book to class on two separate occasions. In each period, I talked about it and passed it to the students for each one to have examination of its contents. Whilst some wrote its title, others too asked permission to make copy of the front page and promised to cheek it up in the bookshop and the library. What I personally like about the book is that whilst typically, texts books do not bring different authors contrasting views on an issue in their presentations, in this text, Coombs et al., change the trend. In each chapter varied opinions of key authors are brought to bear on the same subject even including other useful recommended references at the end of each chapter. This is a real frontline text; I strongly recommend it to students and module leaders in area.

Dr Obi Damoah
Business Administration , University of Wales Institute, Cardiff
May 5, 2010

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