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Cost Management 2017
Formerly Journal of Cost Management

January/February - November/December

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

Cost Management 1987-2018 | Journal Bibliographies Main Page

Al-Hebry, A. A. 2017. Proposed framework to determine appropriateness of cost accounting methods. Cost Management (March/April): 6-15.

Albrecht, C., C. C. Albrecht, A. N. Sanford and V. M. Rocha. 2017. A better understanding of the Wells Fargo fraud: Through the lens of the fraud triangle. Cost Management (November/December): 35-40. (How employees rationalized their fraudulent activities).

Andeobu, L., C. S. Wright and S. Hettihewa. 2017. Insights on how extractive industry firms enhance stakeholder confidence and comfort. Cost Management (September/October): 6-18.

Atkinson, A. 2017. Some management accountants' perspectives on risk: A field study. Cost Management (May/June): 11-16.

Aranoff, G. 2017. The cost accounting market today is stronger than ever: Challenges with the high-tech boom and the manufacturing downturn. Cost Management (May/June): 33-38.

Benson, B. B. 2017. Lean: Adapting to changing strategies and market conditions. Cost Management (January/February): 6-10.

Berg, T. and D. M. Becker. 2017. The never-ending cost allocation puzzle: Treatment of uncertainty and risk. Cost Management (May/June): 39-47.

Brierley, J. A. 2017. The domination of financial accounting over product costing. Cost Management (July/August): 32-40.

Christensen, E. 2017. The cost of poor quality. Cost Management (January/February): 11-14.

Clark, J. and P. R. Sopariwala. 2017. Applying time-driven activity-based costing to Metro Health's outpatient clinic. Cost Management (March/April): 16-29.

Herath, H. S. B. and P. Sharman. 2017. Activity idle capacity cost estimation via Monte Carlo simulation. Cost Management (March/April): 30-40.

Hofmann, N., R. L. Insner and F. Poschadel. 2017. SAP S/4HANA: Revolution or evolution in business performance management? Cost Management (July/August): 7-19.

Kapanowski, G. 2017. Lean accounting. Cost Management (January/February): 37-41. (Summary).

Kapanowski, G. 2017. Lean strategy implementation: Success is achievable through the accountant. Cost Management (January/February): 42-47.

Kapanowski, G. 2017. Operational excellence for the cost accountant. Cost Management (May/June): 23-32.

Kapanowski, G. 2017. The death spiral of outsourcing: A new view on the make-versus-buy analysis. Cost Management (September/October): 32-39.

Kocakulah, M. C. and A. David Austill. 2017. Measuring commercial loan profitability using activity-based costing at a regional bank. Cost Management (September/October): 19-31.

Lee, R. T. 2017. Cash to meet demand: Using lean and capacity management to improve cash flow performance. Cost Management (January/February): 15-21.

McNair-Connolly, C. J. and C. R. Thomas, Jr. 2017. An effective response: Soldering crisis and capacity cost management. Cost Management (November/December): 6-29. (How Southwest and US Airways responded to the smoldering crisis of loss of profitability and ridership in their short-haul markets).

McQuade, L. 2017. Gemba in the workplace. Cost Management (January/February): 22-27.

Perry, B. 2017. How are you dealing with your suppliers? Cost Management (November/December): 30-34. (Related to pricing for business products, services, and supplies).

Pickering, M. 2017. Implementing lean management reporting in lean enterprises. Cost Management (January/February): 28-36. (Summary).

Sharman, P. 2017. Cost analysis to inform decision-making. Cost Management (September/October): 3-5.

Sharman, P. 2017. Cost management and ABC. Cost Management (March/April): 3-5.

Sharman, P. 2017. Managing cost to maximize value. Cost Management (May/June): 3-5.

Sharman, P. 2017. New technology driving change. Cost Management (July/August): 3-6.

Sharman, P. 2017. What's the answer. Cost Management (November/December): 3-5.

Sharman, P. and G. Kapanowski. 2017. Lean management: Real numbers. Cost Management (January/February): 3-5.

Shepherd, N. 2017. An accounting renaissance. Cost Management (May/June): 6-10.

Singhania, M. and A. Gupta. 2017. Implementation of an e-court system in the high court of Delhi. Cost Management (March/April): 41-48.

Singhania, M. and P. S. Gomber. 2017. BYPL: Insourcing vs. outsourcing. Cost Management (September/October): 40-47.

Singhania, M. and S. Sharma. 2017. Profitability and leverage analysis of Indian railways: Impact of cost-based indexation. Cost Management (July/August): 20-31.

Sopariwala, P. R. 2017. Activity-based costing systems: Should facility-level activity costs be allocated and, if so, how? Cost Management (July/August): 41-47.

Vijaykar, S. and M. Gupta. 2017. Smartkey: A tale of too many vendors. Cost Management (November/December): 41-48. (New feature related to case studies: Submit your own or a resolution to this one).

Wilson, M. and B. Forrest-Wilson. 2017. A risk-based approach to monitoring federal awards. Cost Management (May/June): 17-22.