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Does Activity-Based Costing Method Give Companies a Competitive Edge? - Case Study Research
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Large numbers of companies use activity based costing, but this is not always visible from their accounting procedures. This 50 page paper looks at 12 case studies to assess the reason why and the ways in which companies use, and benefit from, activity based costing. The case studies are chosen across a ranger of industries and are made up of both large and small companies. The majority of cases show that the activity based costing approach is able to give businesses a competitive edge, either directly supporting a competitive advantage or helping the development of competitiveness and the realisation of other strategies such as growth and profit maximization. However, it is only a tool, and its’ use does not automatically result in success, for this reason a case sturdy where the use was not fully successful is also included, the main issue is the way in which the data is used, with the most value added and the greatest competitive edge being obtained when the approach is used in conjunction with other tools and approaches, such as with the balanced scorecard and considering the human aspects for both employees and customers. The case studies include Bluemont Nurseries, Xerox, Coca-Cola, Mobil Oil, A&W and Hyde Park Electronics. The bibliography cites 41 sources.
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Does Audit Reduce Bias in Financial Reporting?
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A 6 page paper seeking to answer the question of the title. Bias in financial reporting was documented more than 100 years ago, and it has been an ongoing problem since that time. Auditing is thought to reduce that bias, but does it have its full intended effect? Research indicates that deep bias begins with management and perhaps away from financial activities. It also indicates that auditing causes alteration of financial reports well before they are made public, meaning that it does indeed reduce bias in financial reporting. Sarbanes-Oxley is causing changes in basic accounting operations in many companies, which in the future will have a wealth of data that should lend itself well to research in auditing's effect on bias. Includes an abstract. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Does the Omission of Some Intangible Assets on the Balance Sheet Lead to an Inaccurate Portrayal of the Position of a Company?
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This 5 page paper discusses the view that the exclusion of some intangible assets from the balance sheet is inconsistent and gives an incomplete picture, which cannot be justified by the requirement for accounts to be objective and prudent. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
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Does Tompkins PLC Create Value for its' Shareholders?
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This 5 page paper looks at Tompkins Plc and assesses the level of value they provide to their shareholders. To do this the dividends and capital growth over the period 1998 – 2008 is discussed. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
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