Colin Drury’s Management and Cost Accounting covers the theory and practice of management and cost accounting and includes extensive assessment questions and illuminating Real World Views. This textbook is ideally suited for use on management accounting and cost accounting modules taught on undergraduate accounting courses and for students preparing for the cost and management accounting examinations of the professional accountancy bodies at intermediate or advanced level.
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Accounting Horizons is one of three association-wide journals published by the American Accounting Association (AAA). This journal seeks to bridge academic and professional audiences with articles that focus on accounting, broadly defined, and that provide insights pertinent to the accounting profession. The contents of Accounting Horizons, therefore, should interest researchers, educators, practitioners, regulators, and students of accounting.
Accounting and Business Research publishes papers containing a substantial and original contribution to knowledge. Papers may cover any area of accounting, broadly defined and including corporate governance, auditing and taxation. However the focus must be accounting, rather than (corporate) finance or general management. Authors may take a theoretical or an empirical approach, using either quantitative or qualitative methods. They may aim to contribute to developing and understanding the role of accounting in business.
Management Accounting Research aims to serve as a vehicle for publishing original scholarly work in the field of management accounting. The Journal welcomes original research papers using archival, case, experimental, field, survey or any other relevant empirical method, as well as analytical modelling, framework or thought pieces, substantive review articles, and shorter papers such as comments or research notes subject to peer review.
Management Accounting Quarterly is a refereed online journal that contains in-depth articles by and for academics and practitioners of accounting and financial management.
Some of the subjects we cover are cost/management accounting techniques, ABC/ABM, RCA, GPK, statistical process controls, target costing, theory of constraints, methods of calculating stock options, techniques to improve accounting and finance education, new theories in finance and accounting, and much more.
According to the policies set by the Publications Committee (which were endorsed by the Executive Committee and were published in the Accounting Education News, June 1987), The Accounting Review “should be viewed as the premier journal for publishing articles reporting the results of accounting research and explaining and illustrating related research methodology.
The Management Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association publishes the Journal of Management Accounting Research (JMAR). Its objective is to contribute to improving the theory and practice of management accounting by promoting high-quality applied and theoretical research. The primary audience for this publication is the membership of the Management Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association and other individuals interested in management accounting.
Harvard Business Publishing (HBP) was founded in 1994 as a not-for-profit, wholly-owned subsidiary of Harvard University, reporting into Harvard Business School. Our mission is to improve the practice of management in a changing world. This mission influences how we approach what we do here and what we believe is important.
The fifth edition of Management Accounting by Professor Will Seal and Professor Carsten Rohde offers comprehensive coverage as well as a balance between the technical and conceptual approaches to management accounting. Retaining its student friendly writing style and practical approach, it is the ideal text for students studying management accounting across a variety of levels, from introductory through to advanced levels.
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