Managerial Accounting

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John Wiley & Sons, 9 sie 2011 - 752
Make Practice Count Managerial Accounting by Charles and Elizabeth Davis enables you to focus your teaching on analyzing business problems and applying managerial accounting to business decision making. The Davis and Davis learning design redefines the managerial accounting solution by shifting the focus from reading about managerial accounting, to frequently applying concepts and analyzing problems. Business students become better equipped for critical thinking and have a better foundation of core managerial concepts after working through flexible LEARNING UNITS introduced by Davis and Davis. LEARNING UNITS include manageable segments of reading immediately followed by unit reviews that include key terms, self-study questions, and practice exercises. To understand how managerial accounting information supports business decision-making activities, students need a context in which to place those decisions. In Davis and Davis Managerial Accounting this context is created by using a continuing story of C&C Sports and it's supply chain partners to illustrate concepts. Students using Davis and Davis Managerial Accounting with WileyPLUS take more initiative in their learning so you'll have a greater impact in the classroom.
 

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Accounting as a Tool
2
2 Different Strategies Different
14
CHAPTER SUMMARY
29
Cost Behavior
46
1 REVIEW 53 Key Terms 53 Practice Questions 54 Unit 2 1 Practice Exercise 54 Selected Unit 2 1 Answers 54 Unit 2 2 Cost Estimation 55 Scattergr...
58
Selected Unit 2 2 Answers 62 Unit 2 3 Contribution Margin Analysis 63 Contribution Margin 64 REALITY CHECK The contribution margin recipe ...
69
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Analysis and Pricing Decisions
82
3 ActivityBased Management
377
CHAPTER SUMMARY
384
Using Accounting
418
2 Special Order Pricing
427
3 Outsourcing
433
Allocation of Constrained Resources
442
4 REVIEW 444 Key Terms 444 Practice Questions 444 Unit 8 4 Practice Exercise 445 Selected Unit 8 4 Answers 445 Unit 8 5 Keeping or Eliminati...
446
Key Terms 451 Practice Questions 451 Unit 8 5 Practice Exercise 452 Selected Unit 8 5 Answers 452 CHAPTER SUMMARY 453 KEY TERMS
454

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86
2 CostVolumeProfit Analysis
88
28
94
2 REVIEW
95
4 Pricing Decisions
103
Product Costing
107
29
119
Manufacturing Companies
124
36
134
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140
42
147
Calculating the Predetermined Overhead
149
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CHAPTER SUMMARY
159
Cost Accumulation and Reporting 181 Reconciling Activity and Costs 182
216
2 Performance Standards
225
The Cash Budget 250 Cash Available to Spend 250 The Cash Receipts Budget 252 Cash Disbursements 253 REALITY CHECK Is there a crystal ball ...
258
Practice Questions 258 Unit 5 4 Practice Exercise 259 Selected Unit 5 4 Answers 259 Unit 5 5 ProForma Financial Statements 260 The ProForma Inc...
267
Variance Analysis
284
Using Variances to Evaluate
294
Direct
307
FOCUS SUMMARY 348
322
ActivityBased Costing
354
2 Developing ActivityBased
364
PROBLEMS 459 CASES 465 ENDNOTES 469 Chapter 9 Capital Budgeting 470 Unit 9 1 Capital Budgeting Decisions 472 Investing in Capital Asset...
481
REALITY CHECK Dont discount
489
3 REVIEW
495
4 REVIEW
502
and Performance Evaluation
516
1 REVIEW
523
2 Practice Exercise
529
REALITY CHECK Whats your
535
Practice Questions
543
A Balanced Approach
566
3 Benchmarking
587
Financial Statement
604
2 CommonSize Financial
612
Practice Questions
618
Limitations of Financial Statement
632
CHAPTER SUMMARY
641
4 Constructing
656
2 Cash Flows Provided
664
Cash Flows
683
CHAPTER SUMMARY
690
GLOSSARY
152
FOCUS ON 2 Process Costing
176
Photo Credits PC1
418
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Davis is Associate Professor of Spanish Language and Literature at Ohio State University in Columbus.

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