Accounting Management: Information for Decisions

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Global India Publications, 2009 - Business & Economics - 316 pages
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This book describes the context and role of accounting in business. Some theoretical frameworks are provided. It is hoped that this will provide a foudation for reader's understanding that accounting is more than a technical subject but is grounded in competing theories.The book shows the readers how accounting information is used in decision-making, planning and contol. The accounting tools and techniques are explained. Theory is integrated with the tools and techniques which students will find very useful in understanding the subject.
 

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The entirity of this book is lifted (plagiarised) from Paul M. Collier's "Accounting for Managers".
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Accounting-Managers-Interpreting-Information-Decision/dp/0470777648

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insightful

Contents

An Introduction
1
Financial Transactions and the Limitations
25
Other Aspects of Accounting
51
Marketing Decisions and Accounting
85
Budgeting
165
Research in Management Accounting
189
Accounting and Organisational Cultures
273
Bibliography
311
Index
315
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