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Cost Management 2014
Formerly Journal of Cost Management

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

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Aschenbrucker, A., P. Horvath and U. Michel. 2014. Controlling in a volatile environment. Cost Management (November/December): 24-33.

Attuel-Mendes, L. 2014. Crowdfunding platforms for microfinance: A new way to eradicate poverty through the creations of a global hub? Cost Management (March/April): 38-47.

Baker, J., G. Stoehr and M. Wright. 2014. Managing a profit-focused enterpriseTM in high definition. Cost Management (September/October): 39-47.

Boute, R., W. Bruggeman and A. Vereecke. 2014. Cost management in the supply chain: An integrated approach - Part 1. Cost Management (November/December): 11-15.

Butler, S. A. 2014. Measuring the cost of an ethics program. Cost Management (July/August): 11-17.

Charaf, K. and P. Bescos. 2014. Activity-based costing in Morocco. Cost Management (May/June): 14-21.

Dayson, K. and P. Vik. 2014. Toward an architecture of microcredit regulation: The case of the European code of good conduct. Cost Management (March/April): 18-25.

Debusk, G. K. and C. Debusk. 2014. The case for lean accounting: Part IV - Features and characteristics costng. Cost Management (January/Feburary): 34-38.

Debusk, G. K. and C. Debusk. 2014. The case for lean accounting: Part V - The closing argument. Cost Management (July/August): 29-34.

Dhungana, B. R. 2014. Financial and social performances of Nepalese microfinance institutions. Cost Management (May/June): 40-47.

Gong, I. J., K. R. Kumar, T. W. Lin and S. Zhao. 2014. Inter-industry study of competitive strategy and performance measures. Cost Management (January/Feburary): 39-47.

Gupta, M., R. J. Palmer and J. Brandt. 2014. The use and impact of dynamically adjustable purchasing cards on the procurment process: Survey evidence. Cost Management (July/August): 18-28.

Herath, H. S. B and M. I. Kusy. 2014. Activity-based costing: Potential research issues on the choice of cost management systems. Cost Management (September/October): 6-16.

Hes, T. 2014. A global collateral system for microfinance sector. Cost Management (March/April): 26-36.

Iddon, C., C. S. Wright and S. Hettihewa. 2014. Externalizing intolerable risk and uncertainty: The mining sector as a strategic-cost leader. Cost Management (November/December): 42-48.

Jasmon, A. and R. Bakar. 2014. Harmonizing service performance measurement frameworks: The case of health care. Cost Management (January/Feburary): 22-32.

Jiang, J., T. W. Lin and Z. Yu. 2014. PetrocChina budget planning and performance evaluation systems. Cost Management (May/June): 22-28.

Jones, E. R. and T. L. Capperauld. 2014. Addressing commodity price volatility in product development through a mature target costing process. Cost Management (July/August): 5-10.

Klatt, T. 2014. Digital businesses: The next evolution of cost management. Cost Management (January/Feburary): 6-12.

Malone, D. and M. Mouritsen. 2014. Change management: Risk, transition, and strategy. Cost Management (May/June): 6-13. (Summary).

McNair-Connolly, C. J. 2014. When a dollar isn't a dollar. Cost Management (September/October): 17-25.

Narayan, B. P., M. V. S. Kameshwar Rao and K. L. Nihar. 2014. Revival of Indian microfinance industry in the aftermath of Andhra Pradesh crisis: A strategic approach. Cost Management (March/April): 6-12, 14-17.

Schiemann, W. A. and L. A. Guth. 2014. Three crucial ingredients for success: Agile alignment, customer-driven priorities, and people equity. Cost Management (September/October): 26-34, 36-38.

Schroeder, H. 2014. Art and science in IT project management. Cost Management (November/December): 34-41.

Sharman, P. 2014. How much change? Cost Management (May/June): 3-5.

Sharman, P. 2014. The changing profession of management accounting. Cost Management (January/Feburary): 3-5.

Sharman, P. 2014. The structure and success of the board of directors. Cost Management (November/December): 5-10.

Sharman, P. 2014. Using data and analytics to craft the alignment between strategic direction and organization performance. Cost Management (September/October): 3-5.

Sharman, P. 2014. What to do? It is all about the people involved. Cost Management (November/December): 3-4.

Sharman, P. and A. Ashta. 2014. Performance lessons for established industries from a new one? Cost Management (March/April): 3-5.

Sopariwala, P. R. 2014. How step-variable costs impact short-term product-mix decisions when input resources are scarce. Cost Management (November/December): 16-23.

Stephenson, S. S. 2014. Continuing higher education: Balancing cause and effect as performance measurement. Cost Management (July/August): 35-48.

Swenson, D. 2014. A workshop to teach the target costing process. Cost Management (January/Feburary): 14-21.

Vijaykar, S., M. Gupta and B. Metri. 2014. Information technology-enabled services: Pricing models and strategic implications. Cost Management (May/June): 29-39.