Volume one sets the context for all three volumes in the series. Volume two provides insights into research on different management accounting practices. This third and final volume features contributions from some of the most influential researchers in various areas of management accounting research, consolidates the content of volumes one and two, and concludes with examples of management accounting research from around the world.
- Includes key topics such as performance measurement, balanced scorecard, incentives abd compensation schemes.
- Covers management accounting research on a global scale.
Researchers in Managerial Accounting, Doctoral and Master students
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- 8th December 2008
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"The Handbooks of Management Accounting Research represent an ambitious and important project to pull together the main streams of modern research in this vitally important area. Anyone who is interested in using management accounting theory to understand or improve practice should study these handbooks carefully."--Professor Robert Simons, Harvard Business School, USA
Professor, University of Oxford, UK
Christopher Chapman, having previously researched the ways in which people work to make accounting relevant to operational decision making in a variety of contexts including restaurants and professional service firms, currently studies the design of cost systems for healthcare providers. He is an editor of "Accounting, Organizations and Society" and is the President of the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management
Department of Accounting and Finance, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK
Professor, Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA