Introduction to Managerial Accounting – Peter Brewer, Ray Garrison, Eric Noreen – 5th Edition


Introduction to , 5/e by // is based on the market-leading text, , by Garrison, and Brewer. However, this is not simply a briefer with chapters removed; Brewer 5e has been rethought and retooled to meet the needs of the market.

Brewer 5e is a more accessible, yet thoroughly -friendly text that satisfies the basic needs of the managerial accounting without unnecessary depth on advanced topics associated with the follow-up course: cost accounting/cost . Faculty and alike will find this new edition has retained the hallmark features of the Garrison brand: author-written supplements, excellent readability, terrific examples, and balanced end-of-chapter material.

The text is clearly written and understandable, which is the reason why this is a 600-page book: the authors take their time to explain clearly (but still as succinctly as possible) what they want you to understand, then learn. At the end of the day, the book reads fast.

Table of Content

Prologue: Managerial Accounting: An Overview

1 - Managerial Accounting and Cost Concepts
2 - Job-Order Costing
3 - Activity-Based Costing
4 - Process Costing
5 - Cost-Volume-Profit Relationships
6 - Variable Costing and Segment Reporting: Tools for Management
7 - Profit Planning
8 - Flexible Budgets, Standard Costs, and Variance Analysis
9 - Performance Measurement in Decentralized Organizations
10 - Differential Analysis: The Key to Decision Making
11 - Capital Budgeting Decisions
12 - Statement of Cash Flows
13 - Financial Statement Analysis

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