Concepts of Planning

  • Arthur Hindmarch
  • Miles Atchison
  • Richard Marke
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Abstract

In Chapter 1 we established that the chief objective of accounting is to provide a measurement process for the firm. Part I was mainly concerned with the measurement of past performance especially for the presentation of financial statements. In Part II we are concerned with problems of measurement of information as a basis for planning decisions.

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Notes and References

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  • Arthur Hindmarch
  • Miles Atchison
  • Richard Marke

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