Accounting information in managerial decision making for small and medium manufacturers. by Gary A. Luoma

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SeriesResearch monographs / National Association of Accountants -- 2
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Paginationvii, 88p.
Number of Pages88
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Open LibraryOL13766335M

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emerging costing approaches 14 4. capital investment process 19 5. risk analysis in capital budgeting 38 6. cvp analysis and decision making 42 7.

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