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Title: Management Accounting for Decision Makers
Authors: Atrill, Peter
McLaney, Eddie
Keywords: Managerial accounting
Decision making
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Prentice Hall Europe
Abstract: To understand the context for management accounting we begin by considering the nature and purpose of a business. Thus, we first consider what businesses seek to achieve, how they are organised and how they are managed. Having done this, we go on to explore how management accounting information can be used within a business to improve the quality of managers’ decisions. We also identify the characteristics that management accounting information must possess to fulfil its role. Management accounting has undergone many changes in response to changes in the business environment and in business methods. In this chapter we shall discuss some of the more important changes that have occurred.
Description: xxiii, 536 hlm
URI: http://digilib.stiem.ac.id:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/179
ISBN: 978-0-273-72362-2
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