For introductory, undergraduate Managerial Accounting courses.
Rock-solid decision-making through strong coverage and effective practice
Students interact with businesses every day-where they work, where they shop, even where they blog. At the core of these businesses are rock-solid managerial accounting fundamentals that students don't always see. Authors Wendy Tietz, Karen Braun, and Walter Harrison show the connection between accounting concepts and the businesses students interact with in their new text, Managerial Accounting. By presenting the accounting decisions made in companies like Target and J. Crew, this text's precise coverage of the core concepts-combined with the unlimited practice in MyAccountingLab, the text's market-leading online homework and tutorial program-gets students engaged in the learning process. With Managerial Accounting and MyAccountingLab, students will have more "I Get It!" moments and leave the course with a rock-solid understanding of managerial accounting.
For this edition, Wendy Tietz, of Kent State University, contributed as coauthor. Dr. Tietz is an award-winning and experienced accounting and technology educator. Together, the authors refined their philosophy for the end-of-chapter and supplementary material for the second edition.
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Managerial Accounting
Chapter 2 Building Blocks of Managerial Accounting
Chapter 3 Job Costing
Chapter 4 Activity Based Costing, Lean Production, and the Costs of Quality
Chapter 5 Process Costing
Chapter 6 Cost Behavior
Chapter 7 Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis
Chapter 8 Short-Term Business Decisions
Chapter 9 The Master Budget and Responsibility Accounting
Chapter 10 Flexible Budgets and Standard Costs
Chapter 11 Performance Evaluation and the Balanced Scorecard
Chapter 12 Capital Investment Decisions and the Time Value of Money
Chapter 13 Statement of Cash Flows
Chapter 14 Financial Statement Analysis