Cost and Management Accounting II

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ISBN:

9780199494279

Publication date:

05/12/2018

Paperback

312 pages

241.0x184.0mm

Price: 325.00 INR

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Disclaimer :You will be redirected to a third party website.The sole responsibility of supplies, condition of the product, availability of stock, date of delivery, mode of payment will be as promised by the said third party only. Prices and specifications may vary from the OUP India site.

ISBN:

9780199494279

Publication date:

05/12/2018

Paperback

312 pages

241.0x184.0mm

First Edition

J. K. Mitra

Cost and Management Accounting II is specially designed to serve as an undergraduate textbook for B Com students of the University of Calcutta (CU). The book aims at providing a complete coverage of the different techniques of cost accounting and management accounting to enable the readers to specifically understand its usage in various managerial decisions.

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First Edition

J. K. Mitra

Description

Cost and Management Accounting II is specially designed to serve as an undergraduate textbook for B Com students of the University of Calcutta (CU). The book aims at providing a complete coverage of the different techniques of cost accounting and management accounting to enable the readers to specifically understand its usage in various managerial decisions.

Beginning with joint product and by-product costing, the book goes on to discuss activity-based costing, standard costing, and marginal costing in detail. It also elaborates on the importance of budget and budgetary control along with cost-volume-profit (CVP) analysis. The concluding chapter discusses stages in the decision-making process and guidelines for a profitable product-mix.

Written in a crisp and easy-to-understand style, the book also incorporates a large number of worked-out problems and unsolved numerical problems, thereby making it ideal for self-study.

First Edition

J. K. Mitra

Table of contents

  1. Joint Products and By-products Costing and ­Activity-based Costing
  2. Budget and Budgetary Control
  3. Standard Costing
  4. Marginal Costing and CVP Analysis
  5. Short-term Decision Making

First Edition

J. K. Mitra

Features

  • Completely meets the requirements of the CU B Com course on Cost and Management Accounting II
  • Provides exhaustive treatment of various methods of CMA in practical business situations
  • Incorporates numerous worked-out problems with full-length solutions
  • Provides exhaustive chapter-end exercises that include both theoretical questions and practice problems

Description

Cost and Management Accounting II is specially designed to serve as an undergraduate textbook for B Com students of the University of Calcutta (CU). The book aims at providing a complete coverage of the different techniques of cost accounting and management accounting to enable the readers to specifically understand its usage in various managerial decisions.

Beginning with joint product and by-product costing, the book goes on to discuss activity-based costing, standard costing, and marginal costing in detail. It also elaborates on the importance of budget and budgetary control along with cost-volume-profit (CVP) analysis. The concluding chapter discusses stages in the decision-making process and guidelines for a profitable product-mix.

Written in a crisp and easy-to-understand style, the book also incorporates a large number of worked-out problems and unsolved numerical problems, thereby making it ideal for self-study.

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Table of contents

  1. Joint Products and By-products Costing and ­Activity-based Costing
  2. Budget and Budgetary Control
  3. Standard Costing
  4. Marginal Costing and CVP Analysis
  5. Short-term Decision Making

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