Advances in Management Accounting, Volume 11 (Advances in by John Y. Lee

By John Y. Lee

Advances in administration Accounting (AIMA) publishes well-developed articles on quite a few present issues in administration accounting which are correct to either practitioners and academicians. Featured in quantity eleven are articles on managers' perceptions of the actual fact of the corporations' usage of its actual resources; the views utilized in analytical and empirical fee approach learn; operational making plans and keep watch over related to activity-based costing; results of benchmarking and incentives on organizational functionality; organizational regulate and paintings crew empowerment; price range slack production in firms; taxonomy for the mass customization technique; best administration involvement in R&D price range atmosphere; the position of self-interest in venture continuation judgements; organization idea determinants of managers' antagonistic choice in source allocation; procedure innovation and adaptive institutional swap options in administration regulate platforms; and alter in administration accounting controls after implementation of digital information interchange. Accountants in any respect degrees who paintings in enterprises and not-for-profit companies will be drawn to the AIMA articles.

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