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This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Addis, B. Global optimization for the design of space trajectories. Optimization On Line, 11 Google Scholar. Auger, A. A restart CMA evolution strategy with increasing population size. Differences between managerial and financial accounting seems to be abbreviated in chapter 1.

Trends such as lean operations, social responsibility, sustainability or global marketplace not included. Overall very complete. Could possibly be condensed but could be easily adapted to content coverage in the course.

Pg 15 -Managerial Accountant paragraph needs space after term cost accountant. The textbook would be more than adequate for a lower level course in managerial accounting. Some content that could have been included is information about the global marketplace and lean accounting techniques. The text provides a comprehensive course in Managerial Accounting. All Managerial Accounting topics that would typically be covered in an Accounting II course are also covered.

The text does not cover the Financial Accounting topics that would The text does not cover the Financial Accounting topics that would typically be covered in an Accounting II coursebut that is not an objective of the book.

The text could stand alone as the sole text for a course in pure Managerial Accounting.

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Alternatively, the book could serve to cover the Managerial Accounting topics in a typical Accounting II course. The text lacks an index or glossary.

While these would be desirable, this is not a huge shortcoming for this particular subject matter. Coverage of the content appeared to be accurate, unbiased, and consistent with current Managerial Accounting principles. While I did not review every example or problem, I noted no errors.

The material covered is completely relevant to current Managerial Accounting thinking. These concepts should not change dramatically, so in terms of concepts the text should remain relevant. Some of the case studies may not age as well and could eventually date the book, but this is a hazard in any business text.

Some of the discussions of information technology solutions might not remain relevant either. This is a strong point of the book. I really appreciated the less formal, less dense style.

Managerial Accounting students can be discouraged by the tendency of their textbook to be overly laden with jargon and numeric calculations. While the book does provide the required terminology and numeric examples, it is much more readable than a typical textbook in the field. Using some previously presented information is inevitable in a Managerial Accounting class; however, many of the individual chapters could be presented on a stand-alone basis with some instructor introduction.

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Using individual chapters in a modular fashion would also be particularly attractive if the text was being used as supplemental text for a typical Accounting II course. Specific chapters relating to Managerial topics could be used as supplementary material in an Accounting II course. I noted no issues with organization or structure, and the ordering of topics appears reasonable. The author's sequence is not identical to what I am used to teaching, but it appears logical, workable and perhaps superior.

The lack of a Table of Contents hinders navigation. The larger graphics had a fuzziness to them compared to the standard text. I observed some unusual omitted spaces, but that was possibly a function of my specific PDF viewer.

Generally the book can be navigated as easily any PDF. The text is as successful at being culturally relevant as a Managerial Accounting text could be.

The subject matter does not lend itself to promoting diversity nor to generating content that is offensive or controversial. A student could encounter this book as the sole text in a Managerial Accounting course, as a text that covers Managerial Accounting topics in an Accounting II class, or as a supplementary text using selected chapters to cover special topics.

In all of these cases the student would have a quality educational resource. The book covers all I need and more. In fact I will probably use Ch 8 to supplement my Engineering Economics class. This text covers types of costs, contribution margin, product costing ABC, process and job , absorption costing, standard This text covers types of costs, contribution margin, product costing ABC, process and job , absorption costing, standard costs, variance analysis, budgeting capital and operating , Financial statement analysis all 3 and ratio analysis, ethics and sensitivity anlaysis sprinkled throughout.

I had the chapter titles listed in the "about" doc so could tell where I was going. Obviously I didn't look at every example or problem but the ones I did were correct. The only "relevance" issue might be the companies used as examples are great for today, might not be in 10 years. But for the most part they are very well known I think with college age students as well so most likely helps peak interest.

I also appreciated the reference to earlier sections, that helps to intregrate the material for the reader in my opinion. I am happy with the organization of chapters, I could see some re-arrangement.

But I think that's a matter of personal preference not impacting the learning experience for the student. I didn't see any spelling errors but sometimes words are scrunched together no space where there should be some.

It would be a little difficult for this topic to be culturally offensive I think. The choice of companies for examples seem very relevent in help increase interest in the subject matter. At this review I prefer this text to the one I've been using. Kurt Heisinger and Joe Ben Hoyle believe that students want to learn accounting in the most efficient way possible, balancing coursework with personal schedules. They tend to focus on their studies in short intense segments between jobs, classes, and family commitments.

Meanwhile, the accounting industry has endured dramatic shifts since the collapse of Enron and WorldCom, causing a renewed focus on ethical behavior in accounting. This dynamic author team designed Managerial Accounting to work within the confines of today's students' lives while delivering a modern look at managerial accounting.

Managerial Accounting was written around three major themes: Ready, Reinforcement and Relevance. This book is aimed squarely at the new learning styles evident with today's students and addresses accounting industry changes as well.Inclusion of Table of Contents in the PDF version would have assisted with the reviewing of the textbook. Although they are followed in a slightly different way and order than are pursued in the textbook I am currently using.

The knowledge Kurt gained from his seven years in industry and more than 15 years in education has enabled him to write a clear and concise book filled with real world examples. The textbook would be more than adequate for a lower level course in managerial accounting.

I found the book easy to follow; however, a number of concepts could have been stretched further, such as, First-in-first-out method for Process Costing in Chapter 4, Lease or sell decision and replacing an old equipment with a new one etc.

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