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Gill Education

Management Accounting A Practical Approach Gill and MacMillan

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Management Accounting A Practical approach is a Gill and Macmillan publication that gives an in depth insight into Management accounting.
Presents strategic and traditional management accounting topics and, where appropriate, revision questions will compare approaches of both methods
Beginning with learning objectives, each chapter is example driven, introducing basic concepts and leading to more complex examples
Question banks at the end of each chapter will test the students’ application of the concepts developed and are designed to build the students’ confidence in each topic
End-of-chapter questions are of exam-standard as set by both third level institutions and accounting professional bodies
Solutions are available to selected questions, with each solution listing key learning notes containing ‘hints and tips’ to aid the student a feature unique to this book
Recent research work is mentioned where more strategic accounting techniques are explained, such as Activity Based Costing and Balanced Scorecard, encouraging students to explore topics further
Online resources available for lecturers:
PowerPoint slides for each chapter
Solutions to questions not already provided in the book
Blank questions on Excel spreadsheets which follow the structure of worked examples/questions from the book
Completed versions of these questions
All resources can be used with class technology to enable lecturers to work interactively with students
Online resources available for students:
Bank of supplementary questions for all chapters (except theory chapters) consisting of multiple choice questions and long questions with answers
Undergraduate students on business courses at degree level in Institutes of Technology and Universities
Author Biography
Gail Sheppard is a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants with almost ten years’ experience as a lecturer. She currently lectures in Management Accounting in the Institute of Technology, Tallaght, in Dublin. Prior to this she worked as a management accountant in industry for over ten years.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Product costing Materials and Labour
Chapter 3: Product costing Overheads
Chapter 4: Activity Based Costing
Chapter 5: Process Costing and By-product Costing
Chapter 6: Budgetary Planning and Control
Chapter 7: Standard Costing and Variance Analysis
Chapter 8: Marginal and Absorption Costing
Chapter 9: Cost Volume Profit Analysis
Chapter 10: Relevant Costing and Decision Making
Chapter 11: Capital Investment Decisions
Chapter 12: Performance Measurement and Issues in Management Accounting

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