Volume One of the Handbook of Management Accounting Research series sets the context for the Handbooks, with three chapters outlining the historical development of management accounting as a discipline and as a practice in three broad geographic settings.
Volume Two provides insights into research on different management accounting practices.
Volume Three 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.
Volumes 1, 2 and 3 are also available as individual product.
- ISBN Volume 1: 978-0-08-044564-9
- ISBN Volume 2: 978-0-08-044754-4
- ISBN Volume 3: 978-0-08-055450-1
- Three volumes of the popular Handbooks of Management Accounting Research series now available in one complete set
- Examines particular management accounting practices and specific organizational contexts
- Adopts a global perspective of management accounting practices
Award: "Winner of the Management Accounting section of the American Accounting Association notable contribution to Management Accounting Literature Award."
Researchers in Managerial Accounting, Doctoral and Master students
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- 17th December 2008
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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, University of Oxford, UK
Professor, Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA