Accounting For Managers Interpreting Accounting Information For Decision Making
Table of content
About the Author.
PART I Context of Accounting.
1 Introduction to Accounting.
2 Accounting and its Relationship to Shareholder value and Business Structure.
3 Recording Financial Transactions and the Limitations of Accounting.
4 Management Control, Management Accounting and its Rational-Economic Assumptions.
5 Interpretive and Critical Perspectives on Accounting and Decision-Making.
PART II The use of financial statements for decision-making.
6 Constructing Financial Statements and the Framework of Accounting.
7 Interpreting financial statements.
8 Interpreting Financial Statements under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
9 Governance and the Operating and Financial Review (OFR): Understanding the Context of Accounting.
PART III Using Accounting Information for Decision-Making, Planning and Control.
10 Marketing Decisions.
11 Operating Decisions.
12 Human Resource Decisions.
13 Accounting Decisions.
14 Strategic Investment Decisions.
15 Performance Evaluation of Business Units.
17 Budgetary Control.
PART IV Supporting Information.
18 Research in Management Accounting, Conclusions and Further Reading.
19 Introduction to the Readings.
Appendices: Questions and Case Studies.
Appendix 1: Questions.
Appendix 2: Solutions to Questions.
Appendix 3: Case Studies.
Appendix 4: Solutions to Case Studies.