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Managerial accounting and finance are based on the fundamental principles that must be understood, learned and applied if one wishes to succeed in the business world. Managerial Accounting helps students to grasp the concept of managerial finance and accounting and to fully understand how to make business decisions and to evaluate performance.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 - The meaning of management accounting
Chapter 2 - Systems for recording and controlling product costs
Chapter 3 - Process and joint product costing
Chapter 4 - Variable and absorption costing
Chapter 5 - Activity-based costing
Chapter 6 - Cost classification and estimation
Chapter 7 - Cost-volume-profit analysis
Chapter 8 - Budgeting and budgetary control
Chapter 9 - Standard costing
Chapter 10 - Decisions under risk and uncertainty
Chapter 11 - Relevant costs
Chapter 12 - Linear programming
Chapter 13 - Transfer pricing
Chapter 14 - Performance analysis of companies and divisions
Chapter 15 - Forecasting
Chapter 16 - PERT and the critical path method
Chapter 17 - Examination technique