Introduction to managerial accounting / Peter C. Brewer, Ray H. Garrison, Eric Noreen.
Contributor(s): Garrison, Ray H [author] | Noreen, Eric W [author].Material type: TextCopyright date: New York, USA : McGraw-Hill, Copyright date: ©2019Edition: 8th edition, international student edition.Description: xxvi, 722 pages : illustrations ; 27.5 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781260091755 (pbk.); 1260091759 (pbk.).Subject(s): Managerial accountingDDC classification: 658.15
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"This International Student Edition is for use outside of the U.S." -- Cover.
INDEX NOTE: Includes index.
PREVIOUS EDITION: 2016.
MACHINE-GENERATED CONTENTS NOTE:
Managerial accounting : an overview --
Managerial accounting: beyond the numbers --
Managerial accounting and cost concepts --
Job-order costing: Calculating Unit Product Costs --
Job-order costing: Cost Flows and External Reporting --
Activity-based costing --
Process costing --
Cost-volume-profit relationships --
Variable costing and segment reporting : tools for management --
Master budgeting --
Flexible budgets, standard costs, and variance analysis --
Performance measurement in decentralized organizations --
Differential analysis : the key to decision making --
Capital budgeting decisions --
Statement of cash flows --
Financial statement analysis --
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MACHINE-GENERATED SUMMARY NOTE:
"Brewer's Introduction to Managerial Accounting has earned a reputation as the most accessible and readable book on the market. Its manageable chapters and clear presentation point students toward understanding just as the needle of a compass provides direction to travelers. However, the book's authors also understand that everyone's destinations are different. Some students will become accountants, while others are destined for careers in management, marketing, or finance. Not only does the Brewer text teach students managerial accounting concepts in a clear and concise way, but it also asks students to consider how the concepts they're learning will apply to the real world situations they will eventually confront in their careers. This combination of conceptual understanding and the ability to apply that knowledge directs students toward success, whatever their final destination happens to be."
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MACHINE-GENERATED NOTE ABOUT AUTHOR(S)/EDITOR(S):
"Peter C. Brewer (B.S. Penn State University, M.S. University of Virginia, Ph.D. University of Tennessee) is a professor in the Department of Accountancy at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. He has published widely in academic business journals, and several of his articles have won major awards. He serves on several editorial boards of journals specializing in accounting education, and has received awards for teaching excellence from Miami Universitys school of business and from its student government. He is a leading thinker in undergraduate management accounting curriculum innovation and is a frequent presenter at various professional and academic conferences. A former auditor, he continues as a consultant on case writing to numerous firms."
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CATALOGUING: descriptive cataloguing data checked on original, 2019-01-04.