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Table of Contents
|Cost Accounting Fundamentals|
|The Accountant's Role in the Organization|
|An Introduction to Cost Terms and Purposes|
|Costing Systems and Activity-Based Costing I: Service and Merchandising Applications|
|Costing Systems and Activity-Based Costing II: Manufacturing Applications|
|Tools For Planning And Control|
|Master Budget and Responsibility Accounting|
|Flexible Budgets, Variances, and Management Control I|
|Flexible Budgets, Variances, and Management Control II|
|Income Effects of Alternative Inventory-Costing Methods|
|Cost Information For Decisions|
|Determining How Costs Behave|
|Relevant Revenues, Relevant Costs, and the Decision Process|
|Pricing Decisions, Product Profitability Decisions, and Cost Management|
|Cost Allocation And Revenues|
|Cost Allocation I|
|Cost Allocation II|
|Cost Allocation: Joint Products and Byproducts|
|Revenues, Revenue Variances, and Customer-Profitability Analysis|
|Process Costing Systems|
|Quality and JIT|
|Spoilage, Reworked Units, and Scrap|
|Cost Management: Quality, Time, and the Theory of Constraints|
|Operation Costing, Just-in-Time Systems, and Backflush Costing|
|Inventory Management and Just-in-Time Systems|
|Capital Budgeting and Cost Analysis|
|Capital Budgeting: A Closer Look|
|Management Control Systems|
|Measuring Input Mix, Yield, and Productivity|
|Control Systems, Decentralization, Transfer Pricing and Multinational Considerations|
|Systems Choice: Performance Measurement and Compensation|
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