AC211_Course_Outline_2010-11_PDF - THE LONDON SCHOOL OF...

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1 THE LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE Department of Accounting Course AC211: Managerial Accounting Mondays, 14:00 – 16:00, New Academic Building (NAB), LG08 Teachers: Professor Al Bhimani (Room Old 3.08), Dr Yuval Millo (Old 2.17), Dr Rita Samiolo (Old 3.33), Dr Matthew Hall (Room Old 2.11). Course Administrator: Justin Adams (Room Old 3.20) COURSE PROGRAMME AND READING LIST FOR 2010-11 Educational Aim The course analyses the roles and applications of management accounting practices and concepts in contemporary organisations and enterprises. Management accounting is extensively involved in the planning, coordination and control of complex organisations and networks of organisations competing on a global scale. Taking into account the changing nature of management accounting within and across modern organisations, the course explores new and existing key management accounting concepts and tools, and their institutional, strategic, behavioural and economic underpinnings. Educational Objectives The course will provide: an understanding of strategic, market-related, competitive and technological factors influencing management accounting practices;
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