Bring on German Cost Accounting - German companies have been more successful than American firms in implementing management accounting principles in operations. On the other hand, U.S. financial accounting enhances "scorekeeping," but not operations. Management accountants must try again to implement sound management accounting practices developed here as well as positive practices from abroad ...
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