Cases and articles Balakrishnan R S Hansen E Labro 2011 Evaluating Heuristics

Cases and articles balakrishnan r s hansen e labro

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Cases and articles: Balakrishnan, R., S. Hansen, & E. Labro (2011). Evaluating Heuristics Used When Designing Product Costing Systems. Management Science , 57(3), 520-541. Balakrishnan, R., E. Labro & K. Sivaramakrishnan (2012a). Product Costs as Decision Aids: An Analysis of Alternative Approaches (Part 1). Accounting Horizons , 26(1), 1-20. Balakrishnan, R., E. Labro & K. Sivaramakrishnan (2012b). Product Costs as Decision Aids: An Analysis of Alternative Approaches (Part 2). Accounting Horizons , 26(1), 21-41. Baier Building Products, Inc.: Performance Incentives and Variance Analysis in Sales Distribution (2008) by Lamberton . Issues in Accounting Education 23 (2): 281-290 .
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Denim Finishing Company by Caplan, D., N. D. Melumad, & A. Ziv (2005). Issues in Accounting Education 20 (1):51-62. Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing (2009) by Kaplan, R. S. Note 9-106-068 , Harvard Business Publishing: Boston , MA. 9 pages. Lakeside Hospital (2012). Harvard Business Publishing: Boston, MA. Reference no. TCG 115, 4 pages. Sippican (A) and (B), Reference no. 9-106-058 and no. 9-106-060, Harvard Business Publishing (2006). Cases and articles are not published via Canvas in conformity with the RSM copyright policy. Journal articles can be downloaded if students are connected to the university network. Cases need to be purchased and downloaded by students via the CaseCenter ( ) or Harvard Business Publishing ( ): Lakeside Hospital Sippican (A) and Sippican (B) Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing Course Information The course consists of 13 sessions, namely 7 lectures, 5 workshops and 1 guest lecture. Participative lectures will form the basic method to describe and clarify the concepts/theories covered in this course. The workshops will cover a set of problems and cases assigned to help students learning the process of applying theories and advanced managerial accounting techniques in practice. At the start of the course, groups will be allocated and numbered to each workshop session and a schedule will be made for presentations. In case of an unexpected time conflict for a scheduled presentation, students must notify the course coordinator in advance and provide a valid reason for absence. Presentations and interactive discussions will be the main teaching method used in this course. Although course attendance is not compulsory, it is recommended for all sessions. Examination Student evaluation will be based on: - A written test (75%) - A written group assignments (10%) - A group presentation (10%) - Class participation (5%)
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The final written test’s objective is to assess how well students understand the material covered throughout the course (comprehension) and the interconnections (integration) among the various topics. The following are guidelines on the type of questions and their weightings (in brackets): - 12 multiple-choice questions, 4 options (25%) focused on theory and concepts (i.e. no calculations); - open questions (75%) grouped in 3 questions with a combination of a) quantitative problems/mini- cases focused on computations and applications of management accounting techniques, and b) qualitative related questions focusing on theory and concepts.
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