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Accounting for managers : interpreting accounting information for decision-making /

By: Collier, Paul M
Material type: BookPublisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, 2012.Edition: 4th ed.Description: xix, 558 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781119979678Program: TBS901,ENGG956Subject(s): Managerial accountingDDC classification: 658.15/11
Summary:
This updated and revised fourth edition of Accounting forManagers builds on the international success ofthe previous editions in explaining how accounting isused by non-financial managers. Emphasizing the interpretation rather than the construction ofaccounting information, Accounting for Managers encourages acritical, rather than an unthinking acceptance of accountingtechniques. Whilst immensely valuable for planning, decision-makingand control, users of accounting information need to recognize theassumptions behind, and the limitations of particular accountingtechniques. As in the previous editions, Accounting for Managers linkstheory with practical examples and case studies drawn from realbusiness situations across a wide range of manufacturing, retailand service industries.
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REGULAR University of Wollongong in Dubai
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

TBS901,ENGG956

This updated and revised fourth edition of Accounting forManagers builds on the international success ofthe previous editions in explaining how accounting isused by non-financial managers. Emphasizing the interpretation rather than the construction ofaccounting information, Accounting for Managers encourages acritical, rather than an unthinking acceptance of accountingtechniques. Whilst immensely valuable for planning, decision-makingand control, users of accounting information need to recognize theassumptions behind, and the limitations of particular accountingtechniques. As in the previous editions, Accounting for Managers linkstheory with practical examples and case studies drawn from realbusiness situations across a wide range of manufacturing, retailand service industries.

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