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Value Pack: Cost Accounting, A Managerial Emphasis, 2nd Edition + MyAccountingLab with eBook

by: Horngren et al

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Publisher: ,13.08.13

Category: ACCOUNTING Level:

ISBN: 1486042449
ISBN13: 9781486042449

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The technical details you need to know and decision making processes you need to understand, with plain language explanations and engaging Australian and international business examples.

This Australian adaptation of the highly successful US text Cost Accounting features a high-calibre author team of world leaders in the development of contemporary cost accounting and high standards of technical accuracy.

The new second edition builds on the success of the first edition with a streamlined Table of Contents and by expanding on current social and environmental issues for business. 'Sustainability in Action' features in many relevant chapters outline Australian airline QANTAS and their efforts to improve sustainability, demonstrating the connection between cost accounting concepts.

Cost Accounting is complemented by an unparalleled resource package which includes videos, learning resources mapped to AACSB standards and MyAccountingLab.

BREAK THROUGH to better results with MyAccountingLab, the world's leading online learning system for students of Accounting.

1 Management accounting in context
2 An introduction to costs terms and inventory costing
3 Determining how costs behave
4 Cost-volume-profit analysis
5 Product and service costing
6 Activity-based costing and activity-based management
7 Cost management, capacity costing and capacity management
8 Decision making and relevant information
9 Pricing decisions and customer-profitability analysis
10 Master budget and responsibility accounting
11 Flexible budgets, direct-cost variances and management control
12 Flexible budgets, overhead cost variances and management control
13 Allocation of support-department costs, common costs and revenues
14 Measuring and reporting sustainability
15 Strategy, balanced scorecard and strategic profitability analysis
16 Balanced scorecard: quality, time and the theory of constraints
17 Inventory management, just-in-time and simplified costing methods
18 Capital budgeting and cost analysis
19 Management control systems, transfer pricing and multinational considerations
20 Performance measurement, compensation and multinational considerations