This book serves as a useful text for a wide variety of courses in Management, Banking, Accountancy and Investment Analysis such as BBA, MBA, B.Com., M.Com., MS (Finance), CAIIB, CA, ICWA, CS, CFA, CPA, CMA, Actuarial Science (AII, IOA, SOA, CAS). It could also serve as a handy training manual for Executive Training, Software Programmers, Investment Analysts, Credit Appraisers etc. It is designed to be an independent self-study module.
Clarity with conciseness is the most intended feature of this book. This book is written with the reader in mind, in a lucid and easy narrative style. A number of contextual illustrations, examples and anecdotes have been added to empathize with the lay reader and liven up the subject.
The contents are organized into two parts. Part I covers Accounting and MIS, the basic building blocks, but with a tilt towards Managerial Control. Part II covers Reporting and Analysis in Control and consists of value-added topics that add the user?s perspective, with all the contemporary developments in the field included.
|Book Content of Modern Managerial Accounting and Control
|Part I: Control: Accounting and MIS
1. Business, Finance, Control and Accounting
2. Accounting and Control
3. Fine-tuning Financial Statements
4. Cost Accounting: Rationale and Systems
5. Evolution of Management Information Systems
Part II: Control: Reporting and Analysis
6. Presentation and Reporting Formats
7. Global Trade and Accounting Standards