3 edition of Management accounting in local government found in the catalog.
Management accounting in local government
M. W. Pendlebury
|Statement||by M.W. Pendlebury.|
|Series||Occasional papers series, Occasional papers series (Institute of Cost and Management Accountants)|
|Contributions||Institute of Cost and Management Accountants.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
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management accounting in local government M.W. Pendlebury The author is a Professor in the Department of Accounting and Finance, Cardiff Business School, University of Cited by: accounting and financial reporting. A ll those involved in the over-sight or management of gov-ernment operations, and those whose livelihoods and interests rely on the finances of state and local govern-ments, need to have a clear understand-ing of governmental accounting, audit-ing, and financial reporting, which areFile Size: KB.
accounting, and budgeting. He is the author of A Revenue Guide for Local Government (2nd ed., history as the authoritative source on local government management. They are used by local government Current titles in the Green Book series include Emergency Management: Principles and Practice for Local Government.
Additionally, practices that are widely recognized and prevalent in state and local government are included in this category.
In the absence of a pronouncement covered by Rule or another source of established accounting principles, other accounting literature, such as the following, may be considered, depending on its relevance to the. UNIT – I MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING bankers, customers, employees and government.
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environmental management accounting to support sustainable waste solutions. The remainder of this paper proceeds as follows. Section 2 reviews the relevant literature, including the need for research into environmental management accounting in local government waste and recycling management and current studies of potential.
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Significantly updated to reflect all the latest legislation, this sixth edition remains a user-friendly text for all who have dealings with local government. One of the new features is the accompanying CD-ROM, which contains regulations concerning procurement, fair administrative procedures and the new legislation on corruption/5(3).