Contents Chapter 1: Budgeting and planning 1.1 Modern Drinks 1.2 Farmer's Monthly 1.3 Svenberg Furnitures 1.4 Quality Printing 1.5 Grondal Group 1.6 Mountain Wheels 1.7 Three Budgetary Procedures 1.8 Worldwide Group Chapter 2: Product costing 2.1 Sporting Goods 2.2 Little Shop of Pants 2.3 Electronic Parts Co 2.4 Western Dialysis Clinic 2.5 Metropolitan Transfer 2.6 Road Connections at Barken Lake 2.7 Seaside Breweries Chapter 3: Internal Transfer Pricing 3.1 Premium Motors 3.2 Cardboard coating 3.3 Superior Pricing 3.4 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Chapter 4: Corporate Investment Projects 4.1 Hillary Motors 4.2 Modernizing the Distribution company 4.3 Dalecarlia Showboat 4.4 Paper Pulp Production 4.5 Buying Growing Forest 4.6 Interest Rate Sensitivity 4.7 The Beautiful Bridge 4.8 Regulating WACC 4.9 Parabella Kitchenware 4.10 The Superior Power company Chapter 5: Capital Costs 5.1 The Glamorous Drilling company 5.2 Deregulating Telephones &
With over 40 case studies written from a continental European perspective, this text is an ideal supplementary resource for students who want to reinforce and deepen their understanding of management accounting theories by working on real accounting challenges.
Jan Bergstrand, has a Ph D in Management Accounting from the Stockholm School of Economics. He was a full time consultant in Management Accounting, based in Stockholm, for many years. He has taught Management Accounting at Stockholm School of Economics since 2001. Since 1989 he has also been a part time adjunct professor in Management Accounting and Control at the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen, Norway.