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The terrific writing trio of Peter Brewer, Ray Garrison, and Eric Noreen team up to bring university and college students a best-selling resource in their textbook Introduction to Managerial Accounting, ISBN 9780073527079. This user-friendly book boasts thorough coverage of material to meet the foundational needs of managerial accounting students in a...
The terrific writing trio of Peter Brewer, Ray Garrison, and Eric Noreen team up to bring university and college students a best-selling resource in their textbook Introduction to Managerial Accounting, ISBN 9780073527079. This user-friendly book boasts thorough coverage of material to meet the foundational needs of managerial accounting students in a more concise fashion than past editions. Effective text features and tools are integrated in this resource including author-written supplements, relatable and easy-to-understand examples, as well as helpful end-of-chapter material. The leading expert behind this team is that of Peter Brewer. Receiving his doctorate from the University of Tennessee, he currently serves as a professor in the Department of Accountancy at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Brewer is a seasoned writer with over 30 articles in a variety of journals including Management Accounting Research, the Journal of Information Systems, Cost Management, Strategic Finance, the Journal of Accountancy, Issues in Accounting Education, and the Journal of Business Logistics. Peter Brewer, Ray Garrison, and Eric Noreen craftily organize the concepts of Introduction to Managerial Accounting across 14 concise chapters. Chapter 1 begins this book offering 'An Introduction to Managerial Accounting and Cost Concepts' followed by chapter 2 presenting students with information on 'Systems Design: Job-Order Costing.' Chapter 3 investigates 'Systems Design: Activty-Based Costing' while chapter 4 delves into 'Systems Design: Process Costing.' 'Cost Behavior: Analysis and Use' is the focus of chapter 5 followed by 'Cost-Volume-Profit Relationships' investigated in chapter 6. Chapter 7 discusses 'Profit Planning' with chapter 8 presenting 'Standard Costs' and chapter 9 investigating 'Flexible Budgets and Overhead Analysis.' 'Decentralization' is the focus of chapter 10 followed by 'Relevant Costs for Decision Making' in chapter 11 and 'Capital Budgeting Decisions' discussed in chapter 12. This book is concluded with chapter 13 offering ''How Well Am I Doing?' Statement of Cash Flows' and the final chapter, 14 looking at ''How Well Am I Doing?' Financial Statement Analysis.'
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