Managerial Accounting: Method and meaning is a text in a closely integrated series, edited by Professor R M S Wilson (Trent Polytechnic), concerned ... Show synopsis Managerial Accounting: Method and meaning is a text in a closely integrated series, edited by Professor R M S Wilson (Trent Polytechnic), concerned with each of the three main branches of accounting and financial management. This covers all the key areas in managerial accounting, and bases the basic methodology and theory firmly in a systems, organizational and societal framework. The workbook element, comprising the second half of the book, contains supporting resource and exercise material, including answers to many of the questions. The Teachers' Guide provides answers to all remaining questions and additional resource material. All three books in the series have been involved in unique, extensive class trials in UK universities, polytechnics and colleges and recommendations suggested by the trial groups have been incorporated into the texts. This book should be of interest to degree and diploma students on introductory courses in accounting, finance, management and business studies.
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