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Articles from Management Accounting Quarterly (January 1, 2004)

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0 introduction: marginal costing as a management accounting tool. Offenbacker, Stephen 15948
Aligning corporate governance with enterprise risk management: melding enterprise risk management with governance means directors, senior management, internal and external auditors, and risk owners must work interdependently. Sobel, Paul J.; Reding, Kurt F. 3958
Chapter zero in perspective: although the management accounting profession has undergone major transformations in the last 20 years, many practitioners and academics say Germany is far ahead of the united states in developing standard practices. What are the next steps the profession needs to take to have worldwide cohesiveness? van Der Merwe, Anton 3379
Editor's letter. Williams, Kathy 353
How to pursue a grassroots mentoring program: with an IMA grant, we developed a program for chapters that matches students and professionals in a unique mentoring program. Falgiani, A. Anthony; Coe, Martin J.; Thompson, Joel 1727
The rigorous business of budgeting for international operations: managing global risk is at the center of budgeting for overseas subsidiaries. But transfer pricing and inventory policy also weigh heavily on international budgeting. Milani, Ken; Rivera, Juan 7828
Using activity-based costing to assess channel/customer profitability: better understanding of your customers' profitability picture is imperative for survival in today's competitive environment. Here the CFO of an employment services company used ABC to analyze the company's profitability picture at the customer channel- and individual customer-level. Searcy, DeWayne L. 4938

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