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Hospitality management accounting


, : Hospitality management accounting. Hospitality management accounting (Ed. 6): vi + 602 pp.

This sixth edition contains chapters entitled: accounting review; understanding financial statements; analysis and interpretation of financial statements; ratio analysis; internal control; the bottom up approach to pricing; cost management; the CVP approach to decisions; operations budgeting; working capital; cash management; the investment decision; feasibility studies, an introduction; financial goals and information systems and computers in hospitality management.

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