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Caddy, G. K. 1975. A human value model. Management Accounting (April): 27-30.

Calas, R. 1971. Variance analysis in profit planning. Management Accounting (July): 31-32, 49.

Caldwell, J. C. and R. W. Ingram. 1976. Management accountants respond to segment reporting. Management Accounting (November): 37-41.

Calhoun, D. A. 1973. Computing DISC profits. Management Accounting (June): 45-46. (Relates to tax benefits for domestic international sales corporations).

Calhoun, D. A. 1973. Oil and gas taxation. Management Accounting (November): 21-24.

Calhoun, D. A. 1974. Section 931 and the Puerto Rican program. Management Accounting (March): 18-22, 27.

Calhoun, D. A. 1975. The foreign tax credit. Management Accounting (September): 41-42, 53.

Callan, J. P., W. N. Tredup and R. S. Wissinger. 1991. Elgin Sweeper Company's journey toward cost management. Management Accounting (July): 24-27.

Caltrider, J., D. Pattison and P. Richardson. 1995. Can cost control and quality care coexist? Management Accounting (August): 38-42. (Summary).

Calvasina, R. V. and E. J. Calvasina. 1984. Standard costing games that managers play. Management Accounting (March): 49-51, 77.

Calvasina, R. V. and E. J. Calvasina. 1989. Beware the new accounting myths. Management Accounting (December): 41-45.

Cameron, D. M. 1971. Computer use in a customer accounting operation. Management Accounting (October): 17-20, 25.

Cameron, G. D. III., R. W. Gudmundsen Jr. and J. R. Ball. 1973. Accounting changes: Why CPAs must conform. Management Accounting (February): 26-28.

Camilli, L. F. 1966. Technical unification in a management information system. Management Accounting (April): 3-8.

Campbell, C. L. The hired problem solved. Management Accounting (August): 25-28. (New controller cleans up accounting mess).

Campbell, F. M. II. 1972. Contractor cost risk determination. Management Accounting (May): 37-40.

Campbell, R. J. 1989. Pricing strategy in the automotive glass industry. Management Accounting (July): 26-31, 34.

Campbell, R. J. 1995. Steeling time with ABC or TOC. Management Accounting (January): 31-36.

Campi, J. P. 1989. Total cost management at Parker Hannifin. Management Accounting (January): 51-53.

Campion, W. M. and R. M. Peters. 1979. How to analyze manpower requirements forecasts. Management Accounting (September): 45-50.

Candee, C. C. 1976. Federal paperwork and its impact on you. Management Accounting (November): 61-62.

Capka, J. J. 1996. Consolidation: General ledger tools aren't enough. Management Accounting (February): 56.

Caplan, E. H. 1969. Management accounting and the behavioral sciences. Management Accounting (June): 41-45.

Carbone, F. J. 1980. Automated job costing helps Mulach Steel stay competitive. Management Accounting (June): 29-31.

Carbone, J. P. and J. R. Hudicka. 1998. Layered systems deployment. Management Accounting (December): 27-30. (Using C omplex Objects software to design information systems in record time).

Carbone, T. C. 1975. Are your customers paying on time? Management Accounting (November): 46-48.

Cardullo, J. P. and R. A. Moellenberndt. 1987. The cost allocation problem in a telecommunications company. Management Accounting (September): 39-44.

Caricofe, R. L. 1982. Establishing standard costs in the concrete pipe industry. Management Accounting (February): 45-49.

Carleton, B. N. 1973. The status of women in accounting. Management Accounting (September): 59-62.

Carlow, A. and B. Johnson. 1984. Overcoming the mystique of EDP auditing. Management Accounting (August): 30-37.

Carlson, A. E. 1967. Budgeting vs. total systems concept. Management Accounting (February): 52-54.

Carlson, A. E. 1973. A case for current-cost reporting. Management Accounting (February): 35-37, 44.

Carlson, A. E. 1977. ASR 190 - The grand experiment. Management Accounting (October): 23-25.

Carlson, G. M. and J. A. Collins. 1986. Motivating managers with positive reinforcement. Management Accounting (March): 48-51.

Carlson, T. E. 1978. Needed: A new interpretation for interim reports. Management Accounting (January): 19-22.

Carlton, J. L. 1974. Security and computerized systems. Management Accounting (February): 33-36.

Carmen-Stone, M. S. 1987. Unabsorbed overhead: what to do when contracts are cancelled. Management Accounting (April): 55-57. (Defense department formula).

Carpenter, J. A. 1995. Government needs accountants. Management Accounting (June): 53-55.

Carper, W. B, M. F. Barton Jr. and H. F. Wunder. 1979. The future of forecasting. Management Accounting (August): 27-31.

Carr, L. P. 1990. Transition. Management Accounting (May): 33-35. (From business executive to college professor).

Carr, L. P. 1993. Unbundling the cost of hospitalization. Management Accounting (November): 43-48.

Carr, L. P. 1995. How Xerox sustains the cost of quality. Management Accounting (August): 26-32.

Carr, L. P. and T. Tyson. 1992. Planning quality cost expenditures. Management Accounting (October): 52-56.

Carreau, D. G. 1970. Calendar variance reporting. Management Accounting (January): 29-31. (The calendar variance is defined as "the difference between planned fixed overhead expenses and the planned absorption of these expenses").

Carruth, P. J. and T. O. McClendon. 1984. How supervisors react to 'meeting the budget' pressure. Management Accounting (November): 50-54.

Carruth, P. J., T. O. McClendon and M. R. Ballard. 1983. What supervisors don't like about budget evaluations. Management Accounting (February): 38-39, 42-45.

Carson, J. R. 1967. Business games: A technique for teaching decision-making. Management Accounting (October): 31-35.

Carter, A. G. 1973. Computing inventory R.O.I. Management Accounting (July): 43-45.

Carter, J. and D. Tomlinson. 1970. Extending PERT/CPM into computerized LOB. Management Accounting (May): 41-44. (LOB refers to line-of-balance).

Carter, T. L., A. M. Sedaghat and T. D. Williams. 1998. How ABC changed the post office. Management Accounting (February): 28-32, 35-36. (Summary).

Caruso, R. L. 1984. Paying bills the electronic way. Management Accounting (April): 24-27.

Casal, J. 1969. Barter accounting in the Puerto Rican sugar industry. Management Accounting (August): 48-50.

Case, J. C. 1979. Electronic banking comes to First-Citizens. Management Accounting (April): 39-42.

Casey, M. P. 1985. International transfer pricing. Management Accounting (October): 31-35.

Cash, L. S. and T. L. Dickens. 1985. Coping with new auto record-keeping rules. Management Accounting (August): 32-39. (1984 Tax Reform Act rules).

Cash, L. S. and T. L. Dickens. 1990. The corporate alternative minimum tax in the 1990s. Management Accounting (December): 24-30.

Casher, J. D. and R. H. Metzger. 1998. Leverage your vendor relationships and enhance your bottom line. Management Accounting (March): 51-54.

Caspari, J. A. 1968. Fundamental concepts of information theory. Management Accounting (June): 8-10.

Caspole, J. M. 1972. Costing from a data bank. Management Accounting (July): 47-50.

Castellano, J. F. and H. A Roehm. 1975. An approach to fairness in disclosure. Management Accounting (February): 20-22.

Castellano, J. F., D. Klein and H. A. Roehm. 1998. Minicompanies: The next generation of employee empowerment. Management Accounting (March): 22-24, 26-28, 30.

Castello, A. P. 1973. The model cities program: An application of PPBS. Management Accounting (January): 29-33, 44.

Catalano, A. J. 1973. The rehabilitation tax shelter. Management Accounting (December): 37-40.

Cataldo, F. 1970. Make it happen. Management Accounting (May): 38-40. (PERT/CPM use in scheduling and controlling financial and administrative work).

Cathey, J. M. 1991. Electronic data interchange: What a controller should know. Management Accounting (November): 47-51.

Cathey, J. M. and R. H. Phillips Jr. 1994. Backup and recovery. Management Accounting (October): 49-54.

Cats-Baril, W. L., J. F. Gatti and D. J. Grinell. 1986. Joint product costing in the semiconductor industry. Management Accounting (February): 28-31, 34-35.

Cats-Baril, W., J. F. Gatti and D. J. Grinell. 1988. Transfer pricing policy in a dynamic market. Management Accounting (February): 30-33.

Cauthorn, L. T. 1977. Whatever happened to social accountants? Management Accounting (April): 55-60.

Cellini, G. L. 1993. Strategic alliances in the 90's. Management Accounting (June): 56-59. (Strategic alliances include: research collaboration, licensing programs, co-promotion deals, joint ventures, co-marketing deals, production collaborations, equity investments, and co-sourcing arrangements).

Cerullo, M. J. 1977. The data base concept. Management Accounting (November): 43-47.

Cerullo, M. J. 1979. MIS: What can go wrong? Management Accounting (April): 43-48.

Cerullo, M. J. 1985. Designing accounting information systems. Management Accounting (June): 37-42.

Chalker, J. A. 1993. Speeding up the price quote system. Management Accounting (September): 45-49.

Chamberlain, D. C. 1975. Capitalization of lease obligations. Management Accounting (December): 37-38, 42.

Chambers, J. C. and S. K. Mullick. 1970. Determining the acquisition value of a company. Management Accounting (April): 24-31, 39.

Chambers, J. C. and S. K. Mullick. 1971. Investment decision-making in a multinational enterprise. Management Accounting (August): 13-20.

Chan, S. L. 1975. Accounting for a drive-in diner. Management Accounting (May): 39-42.

Chandler, J. S. and T. N. Trone. 1982. 'Bottom-up' budgeting and control. Management Accounting (February): 37-41.

Chandler, J. S., T. Trone and M. Weiland. 1983. Decision support systems are for small businesses. Management Accounting (April): 34-39.

Chaney, P. K. 1985. Defeasance: Financial tool or window dressing? Management Accounting (November): 52-55. (FAS 76).

Chang, O. H. 1989. Fitness programs: Hefty expense or wise investment? Management Accounting (January): 45-47, 50.

Chang, O. H. and D. R. Nichols. 1991. Should impaired operating assets be written down? Management Accounting (December): 29-32.

Chapin, T. A. Jr. 1975. Selling DCFR. Management Accounting (December): 45-46.

Chapman, C. H. 1975. A small business financial model. Management Accounting (July): 20-22, 29.

Chapman, R. E. 1965. A system approach to financial statements. Management Accounting (December): 29-34.

Chase, B. W. 1995. New reporting standards for not-for-profits. Management Accounting (October): 34-37.

Chase, S. F. 1976. Is hospital accounting different? Management Accounting (March): 39-40.

Chase, W. L. 1966. Use of transaction codes in operating report preparation. Management Accounting (March): 61-63.

Chassen, A. 1989. Section 89: Complex and costly. Management Accounting (June): 33-35, 38. (Refers to IRS code section 89 related to benefit plans).

Chastain, C. 1985. How management accountants coped with the recession. Management Accounting (January): 34-38.

Chastain, C. E. 1983. Managing your debt for survival. Management Accounting (December): 20-25, 58.

Chastain, C. E. and D. Kretovich. 1990. Financial profile of a management accountant: Creating personal wealth. Management Accounting (September): 24-28.

Chasteen, L. G. 1972. Shadow prices: A graphical approach. Management Accounting (September): 27-29.

Chatfield, M. 1968. The role of operational accounting periods in a goal-oriented control system. Management Accounting (August): 44-48.

Chatfield, M. 1971. The origins of cost accounting. Management Accounting (June): 11-14.

Chaump, D. G. 1967. Reducing overhead through the task-activity cycle ratio matrix analysis. Management Accounting (February): 23-32.

Cheatham, C. 1986. Do you have a productivity disease? Management Accounting (July): 49-51.

Chen, A. Y. S. and J. L. Rodgers. 1995. Teaching the teachers TQM. Management Accounting (May): 42-46. (Discussion of the University Challenge program).

Cheney, P. E. 1976. A review of some objections to fair value accounting. Management Accounting (June): 29-30, 37.

Cheng, T. T. 1983. Financial forecasting: Throw away the crystal ball. Management Accounting (May): 50-52. (Table 1 was omitted, but appears in the July issue on p. 53. The table includes three forecasting techniques.)

Cherrington, J. O. and D. J. Cherrington. 1976. Budget games for fun and frustration. Management Accounting (January): 28-32.

Childs, W. M. 1970. Management of capital expenditures. Management Accounting (January): 37-40.

Chilton, R. C. 1976. Money talks, doesn't it? Management Accounting (August): 29-30.

Ching, D. F. 1979. How to isolate Medicare costs. Management Accounting (July): 27-30.

Chiu, J. S. and D. L. Chang. 1979. Management accounting in Taiwan. Management Accounting (June): 50-55.

Chodora, C. R. 1968. Designing business systems for the third computer generation. Management Accounting (September): 29-35.

Choi, A. C. D. 1968. Translation of foreign operations: A survey. Management Accounting (April): 28-30.

Choi, F. D. S. 1974. Breaking the vicious circle of poverty. Management Accounting (June): 25-28.

Choi, F. D. S. 1974. Multinational financial and accounting harmony. Management Accounting (March): 14-17.

Choi, F. D. S. 1975. The development of nascent capital markets. Management Accounting (September): 18-20.

Choi, F. D. S. 1976. Multinational finance and management accounting. Management Accounting (October): 45-48, 54.

Choi, F. D. S. 1977. Foreign inflation and management decisions. Management Accounting (June): 21-27.

Choi, F. D. S. 1979. Political risk - An accounting challenge. Management Accounting (June): 17-20.

Choi, F. D. S. 1981. A cluster approach to accounting harmonization. Management Accounting (August): 26-31.

Chow, C. W. and W. S. Waller. 1982. Management accounting and organizational control. Management Accounting (April): 36-41.

Chow, C. W., H. R. Toole and A. Wong-Boren. 1986. Make better decisions: Divide and conquer. Management Accounting (August): 41-45. (This article is related to profit analysis).

Chow, C. W., K. M. Haddad, and J. E. Williamson. 1997. Applying the balanced scorecard to small companies. Management Accounting (August): 21-27. (Summary).

Christensen, H. A. 1967. Small business and its accountants: A case report. Management Accounting (March): 41-45.

Christensen, L. F. and D. Sharp. 1993. How ABC can add value to decision making. Management Accounting (May): 38-42.

Chrysler, E. and D. E. Keller. 1988. Preventing computer fraud. Management Accounting (April): 28-32.

Chubb, T. D. 1983. Why computer conversions are tricky. Management Accounting (September): 36-41.

Church, P. H. and K. R. Lambert. 1993. Employee or independent contractor? Management Accounting (June): 52-55. (The wrong classification can mean huge fines and back taxes).

Churchill, N. C. and M. Uretsky. 1969. Management accounting tomorrow. Management Accounting (June): 46-53.

Ciller, O. U. 1973. Pricing employment contracts. Management Accounting (November): 29-31.

Cismoski, D. R. and F. Toepfer. 1979. How to allocate the college budget objectively. Management Accounting (December): 45-50.

Clancy, D. K. 1978. The management control problems of responsibility accounting. Management Accounting (March): 35-39.

Clark, A. B. 1972. Tax aspects of reality. Management Accounting (January): 39-40, 45.

Clark, J. 1982. The labor mystique. Management Accounting (December): 36-39.

Clark, J. 1985. Costing for quality at Celanese. Management Accounting (March): 42-46.

Clark, J. H. 1966. Financial control of Ford manufacturing plants. Management Accounting (December): 10-15.

Clark, M. W., T. E. Gibbs and R. G. Schroeder. 1981. CPAs judge internal audit department objectivity. Management Accounting (February): 40-43.

Clark, R. L. and J. B. McLaughlin. 1986. Controlling the cost of product defects. Management Accounting (August): 32-35.

Clark, R. W. 1969. People and computers. Management Accounting (October): 9-11, 15.

Clark, W. 1997. The new breed of analytic applications. Management Accounting (December): 57-59. (Developing forward-looking scenarios).

Clason, D. E. 1966. Clerical systems and work simplification in the computer age. Management Accounting (October): 19-28.

Clayton, H. L. 1966. The pruning of sick products. Management Accounting (June): 17-18.

Clemens, J. D. 1991. How we changed our accounting system. Management Accounting (February): 43-46. (Simplified accounting for JIT etc.).

Clemens, P. J. III. 1972. Asset depreciation range system ... versus investment credit. Management Accounting (January): 25-27.

Clement, J. E. 1989. Lost tax calculations. Management Accounting (June): 41-43.

Clements, J. and R. L. Woodall. 1983. Controlled disbursement: A cash management tool for growing concerns. Management Accounting (May): 53-55.

Clements, R. B. and C. W. Spoede. 1992. Trane's SOUP accounting. Management Accounting (June): 46-52. (New cost system developed from the alphabet soup of JIT, CIM, TQC etc.).

Clingman, W. F. III. 1975. The company car: A management decision. Management Accounting (May): 51-55.

Clinton, B. D. and H. Ko-Cheng. 1997. JIT and the balanced scorecard: Linking manufacturing control to management control. Management Accounting (September): 18-24. (Summary).

Clinton, B. D. and S. Chen. 1998. Do new performance measures measure up? Management Accounting (October): 38, 40-43. (Summary).

Cloutier, C. R. and W. B. Mabry. 1980. A small bank adopts a financial planning model. Management Accounting (February): 19-21.

Coburn, D. L., J. K. Ellis III and D. R. Milano. 1981. Dilemmas in MNC transfer pricing. Management Accounting (November): 53-58, 69. (Manipulation of transfer prices by multinational companies can be counterproductive).

Coburn, S., H. Grove and C. Fukami. 1995. Benchmarking with ABCM. Management Accounting (January): 56-60. (Summary).

Coburn, S., H. Grove and T. Cook. 1997. How ABC was used in capital budgeting. Management Accounting (May): 38-40, 42-44, 46.

Coburn, W. B. 1966. An approach to management auditing. Management Accounting (March): 59-60.

Cofsky, B. 1993. Digital's self-managed accounting teams. Management Accounting (April): 39-42.

Cohen, J. M. 1973. Accounting for modular housing manufacturers. Management Accounting (September): 11-14.

Cohen, J. R. 1988. Ethics & budgeting. Management Accounting (August): 29-31.

Cohen, J. R., L. W. Pant, R. L. Benke Jr. and R. H. Hermanson. 1989. Standards of ethical conduct for management accountants. Management Accounting (August): 19-21.

Coil, R. F. 1975. Contributions: Monetary versus non-monetary. Management Accounting (April): 35-38.

Cole, R. C. Jr. and H. L. Hales. 1992. How Monsanto justified automation. Management Accounting (January): 39-43.

Cole, T. D. 1970. How to obtain probability estimates in capital expenditure evaluations: A practical approach. Management Accounting (July): 61-64.

Cole, W. A. and S. H. Wales. 1973. The investment tax credit. Management Accounting (March): 13-16, 35.

Collier, B. and C. Carnes. 1979. Convertible bonds and financial reality. Management Accounting (February): 47-48, 52.

Collier, R. J. 1973. Simulation of computer systems: An introduction. Management Accounting (May): 45-47.

Collins, F. 1979. Management accounting and motivation - The relationship. Management Accounting (March): 22-26.

Collins, F. and J. J. Willingham. 1977. Contingency management approach to budgeting. Management Accounting (September): 45-48.

Collins, J. A. 1985. Case-mix accounting can help hospitals control costs. Management Accounting (November): 56-59, 64.

Collins, P. A., P. Krause and S. Machida. 1990. Making child care an employee benefit. Management Accounting (April): 26-29.

Collins, S. P. 1985. Who audits the auditors? Management Accounting (June): 24-27.

Colt, D. G. 1969. Management information systems for cash management and accounts receivable application. Management Accounting (June): 65-68.

Combes, J. H. 1971. Communication gaps: Internal and external. Management Accounting (November): 23-24, 27.

Comer, R. W. 1975. Brazilian price-level accounting. Management Accounting (October): 41-42, 46.

Conant, S. V. 1974. Fifteen words or less. Management Accounting (June): 29-32. (This article is about timesharing and Basic programming).

Conder, J. M. 1981. The self-insurance decision. Management Accounting (April): 54-55.

Connally C. E. 1987. An inside look at small business reform. Management Accounting (March): 57-60.

Connelly, J. R. Jr. 1978. Should we license accountants to prevent accounting license? Management Accounting (November): 22-26, 34.

Connor, J. E. 1983. Control system priorities for the '80s. Management Accounting (March): 48-51.

Conners, S. G. 1982. Collecting government receivables - the NAA experience. Management Accounting (August): 60-61.

Conners, S. G. 1982. Do members read FASB statements? Management Accounting (December): 44-45.

Connors, S. G. 1982. The minicomputer: To buy or not to buy. Management Accounting (July): 59.

Connolly, H. A. 1979. Planning a new cost system: The unfreezing stage. Management Accounting (November): 19-24.

Constantinides, K. and J. K. Shank. 1994. Matching accounting to strategy: One mill's experience. Management Accounting (September): 32-36.

Conway, L. G. 1993. Dividend reinvestment plans. Management Accounting (September): 50-52.

Cook, D. E. 1969. Inter-unit pricing and your new pricing expert: The IRS. Management Accounting (August): 9-11.

Cook, D. M. 1968. The psychological impact of certain aspects of performance reports. Management Accounting (July): 26-34.

Cook, G. L. and M. M. Eining. 1993. Will cross functional information systems work? Management Accounting (February): 53-57.

Cook, J. D. 1973. Profitability analysis in the motor carrier industry. Management Accounting (May): 48-50.

Cooke, R. B. 1967. Responsibility reporting of return on investment. Management Accounting (July): 24-29.

Coombe, L. W. and R. R. Densmore. 1982. How Detroit Edison improves its productivity. Management Accounting (May): 50-54.

Coombs, R. L. 1967. Statistical evaluation of work-in-process inventories. Management Accounting (November): 57-60.

Coon, M. A. 1992. Fire! Management Accounting (July): 39-43. (How a controller dealt with a $15 million fire loss).

Cooper, F. J. 1977. POS devices: You don't have to be a giant. Management Accounting (May): 31-34.

Cooper, R. 1994. Peter Drucker on Japan. Management Accounting (November): 27-33.

Cooper, R. 1996. Look out, management accountants. Management Accounting (May): 20-26.

Cooper, R. 1996. Look out, management accountants part 2. Management Accounting (June): 35-36, 38, 40-41.

Cooper, R. and R. Kaplan. 1988. How Cost accounting distorts product costs Management Accounting (April): 20-27.

Cooper, R. and R. Slagmulder. 1999. Integrating activity-based costing and the theory of constraints. Management Accounting (February): 20-21.

Cooper, R., R. S. Kaplan, L. S. Maisel, E. Morrissey and R. M. Oehm. 1992. From ABC to ABM. Management Accounting (November): 54-57. (A report on the IMA study Implementing Activity-Based Cost Management: Moving From Analysis to Action. Discussion of eight case studies related to companies that implemented ABC).

Cooper, W. B. 1969. Liability of corporate officers and employees for corporate employment taxes. Management Accounting (December): 40-41, 52. (Related to social security taxes).

Cooper, W. D. 1985. An academic dilemma: Teaching versus research. Management Accounting (October): 12, 71.

Copeland, B. R. and D. Ramzy. 1986. Office automation: Selecting the right communications system. Management Accounting (July): 34-39.

Coppie, C. S. 1975. Fiscal planning for the nation's capital. Management Accounting (February): 15-19, 22.

Coppie, C. S. 1978. The city: Management by crisis or crisis management? Management Accounting (November): 13-21.

Corbin, D. A. 1975. Accounting standards for research and development. Management Accounting (October): 47-48.

Corbin, D. A. 1977. SEC replacement costs: Suggestions for full disclosure. Management Accounting (August): 11-18.

Corbridge, C. L., W. W. Austin and D. J. Lemak. 1993. Germany's accrual accounting practices. Management Accounting (August): 45-47.

Corcoran, A. W. 1966. A matrix approach to process cost reporting. Management Accounting (November): 48-54.

Corcoran, A. W. 1969. Applied mathematics and accounting. Management Accounting (August): 29-32.

Corcoran, A. W. and C. Kwang. 1967. Set theory and accounting analysis. Management Accounting (September): 7-17.

Corderman, D. G. 1973. ASPR: Some suggested changes. Management Accounting (February): 41-44.

Corman, J. C. 1974. Tax shelters for capital investment - A view on their reform. Management Accounting (January): 15-17.

Cornelius, J. M. 1966. An application of CPM. Management Accounting (November): 18-20.

Cornick, M.. W. D. Cooper and S. B. Wilson. 1988. How do companies analyze their overhead? Management Accounting (June): 41-43.

Cornish, H. W. 1965. Systems in small business. Management Accounting (October): 7-11.

Corr, A. V. 1974. The role of cost in pricing. Management Accounting (November): 15-18, 32.

Corr, A. V. 1976. A cost-effectiveness approach to marketing outlays. Management Accounting (January): 33-36.

Corr, P. J. and D. D. Bourque. 1988. Managing in a reorganization. Management Accounting (January): 33-37.

Corry, J. C. 1990. Accounting aspects of takeovers. Management Accounting (September): 47-51.

Costigan, M. L. 1989. Are SEC disclosures worth the cost? Management Accounting (October): 36-38. (Related to the SEC's proposal to require a management report on internal control in a companies 10-K report).

Cote, J. T. 1973. The concept of materiality. Management Accounting (December): 17-22.

Cotlar, M. 1975. Performance accounting. Management Accounting (August): 33-36.

Cotteleer, T. F. 1971. Depreciation: An accounting enigma. Management Accounting (February): 23-24, 27.

Cotton, W. D. J. 1994. Relevance regained downunder. Management Accounting (May): 38-42.

Cottrell, J. L. 1973. Forecasting in multi-outlet businesses. Management Accounting (April): 17-22, 30.

Coughlan, J. W. 1983. The Fairfax embezzlement. Management Accounting (May): 32-39.

Coughlan, J. W. 1991. Fully diluted arithmetic. Management Accounting (October): 45-49. (Related to earnings per share).

Cowen, S. S., L. C. Phillips and L. Stillabower. 1979. Multinational transfer pricing. Management Accounting (January): 17-22.

Coyner, R. S. and L. J. Stein. 1981. A classification scheme for financial footnotes. Management Accounting (May): 43-46, 55.

Cozzolino, J. M. 1971. Maintenance cost controls. Management Accounting (February): 40-43.

Craig, Q. 1975. Cost control: Whose job? Management Accounting (March): 22-24.

Crain, S. 1985. What kind of leader are you? Management Accounting (September): 24-28. (Charger, persuader, diplomat, or supportive).

Cramer, J. J. Jr. 1966. Management accounting via computer assisted instruction. Management Accounting (January): 38-45.

Crane, M. and J. Meyer. 1993. Focusing on true cost in a service organization. Management Accounting (February): 41-45.

Crankshaw, C. D. and R. J. Corlett. 1970. Stock inventory control with data bases and analyses. Management Accounting (May): 26-28.

Crawford, D., D. R. Franz and G. R. Smith Jr. 1997. Computing employee stock option values with a spreadsheet. Management Accounting (July): 44, 46-48.

Crescenzi, A. D. and J. Kocher. 1984. Management support systems: Opportunity for controllers. Management Accounting (March): 34-37.

Crites, S. E. 1970. Of men and money: The problem of the small business. Management Accounting (April): 14-16.

Crompton, W. H. 1972. Transfer pricing: A proposal. Management Accounting (April): 46-48.

Cross, J. N. 1986. A tale of woe (or 10 mistakes of a volunteer accountant). Management Accounting (April): 49-51.

Crossno, C. 1974. Programmed requirements planning. Management Accounting (March): 23-27.

Crow, S. and E. Sauls. 1994. Setting the right transfer price. Management Accounting (December): 41-47. (Fictitious case study related to Japan and China).

Crowningshield, G. R. and G. L. Battista. 1966. The accounting revolution. Management Accounting (July): 30-39.

Crowningshield, G. R. and G. L. Battista. 1968. Is conventional accounting adequate for a cost reduction program? Management Accounting (January): 36-42.

Croysdale, D. L. 1985. How to get an efficient audit. Management Accounting (June): 28-32.

Crum, W. F. 1972. Causes that underlie changes in corporate earnings. Management Accounting (February): 38-40.

Crum, W. F. 1973. Interim reports: Do they meet MAP standards? Management Accounting (May): 26-28.

Crum, W. F. 1975. The European public accountant. Management Accounting (March): 41-44, 54.

Crumbley, D. L. 1968. Multiple corporations: A comparison of tax alternatives. Management Accounting (October): 53-61.

Cunningham, G. M. and D. E. Reemsnyder II. 1983. Church accounting: The other side of stewardship. Management Accounting (August): 58-62.

Cunningham, G. M. and F. A. Beams. 1976. Some legal aspects of the premature retirement of debt. Management Accounting (May): 19-21, 24.

Curran, S. J. 1970. Assisting a small business. Management Accounting (June): 54-55, 63.

Current, K. 1966. Hedging as an aid in inventory cost control. Management Accounting (October): 47-51.

Currie, E. M. 1974. Acquisition costing and the bargaining area. Management Accounting (September): 29-37.

Curtis, J. R. 1986. Making safety pay. Management Accounting (December): 46-47.

Cutis, T. K. 1991. Coping with retiree health benefits. Management Accounting (April): 22-26.

Cushing, B. E. 1976. Pricing internal computer services: The basic issues. Management Accounting (April): 47-50.

Cutler, G. E. 1971. Developing the selling price. Management Accounting (August): 41-42.

Czyzewski, A. B. and D. W. Hicks. 1992. Hold onto your cash. Management Accounting (March): 27-30.

Dacek, R. F. 1966. Some tax aspects of the corporate investment portfolio. Management Accounting (September): 34-36.

Dady, B. L. 1979. How Florida Power & Light installed Z-B budgeting. Management Accounting (March): 31-34.

Dalsimer, J. 1989. Volunteers: What are they worth? Management Accounting (May): 40-45. (Discussion of how non-profit organizations can (and why they should) assign a dollar value to volunteer time and donated goods).

Daly, D. C. 1996. Performance measurement and management. Management Accounting. (September): 65-66.

Daly, G. A. and B. H. Ward. 1995. Working together in higher education: The challenge and rewards. Management Accounting (May): 27-30. (Combining classroom learning with on-site company visits).

D'Amico, M. 1999. Predicting year-end cash. Management Accounting (January): 29-32.

Dance, D. R. 1995. How to choose a financial software consultant. Management Accounting (September): 32-37.

Dance, D. R. 1996. The three phases of implementation. Management Accounting (February): 35-38, 40. (Planning, installation, and post-implementation management of software).

Dance, D. R. 1997. Mind mapping your way to the right software. Management Accounting (April): 36, 38, 40, 42-43, 46.

Dance, D. R. and T. L. Tubbs. 1998. Managing sales and customers. Management Accounting (May): 28-33.

Danfy, R. J. 1975. Analyzing the return on investment. Management Accounting (September): 31-32.

Dankowski, D. 1986. Dow opts for less - and gains. Management Accounting (June): 56-57.

Darrah, F. J. 1975. Intangible feminine assets. Management Accounting (September): 25-28.

Dascher, P. E. and W. K. Harmon. 1984. The dark side of small business computers. Management Accounting (May): 62-67.

Davall, B. M. and J. W. Wilkinson. 1971. Simulating an accounting information system model. Management Accounting (January): 26-30, 35.

Davenport, F. 1982. Financial management through MRP. Management Accounting (June): 26-29.

David, H. K. 1969. Control of in-process inventory. Management Accounting (December): 27-31.

Davidson, A. N. 1970. Acceptance of direct costing. Management Accounting (March): 35-37.

Davis, C. E., E. B. Davis and L. A. Moore. 1998. Outsourcing the procurement-through-payables process. Management Accounting (July): 38-42, 44.

Davis, E. F. 1970. Professionalization of private accountants. Management Accounting (November): 49-52.

Davis, J. 1979. Hood chooses MIS for its Frogurt. Management Accounting (May): 38-41.

Davis, J. H. 1971. Inventory costs and the property tax. Management Accounting (July): 18-19.

Davis, J. R. 1977. EDP control means total control. Management Accounting (January): 41-44, 47.

Davis, J. R. 1977. Shared services: Survival for the small business? Management Accounting (May): 27-30.

Davis, J. L. 1968. Accounting for electrolytic refining of copper. Management Accounting (October): 49-52.

Davis, K. W. 1981. The information systems auditor of the 1980s. Management Accounting (March): 40-47.

Davis, M. W. 1973. Cash flow analysis for feedlot operations. Management Accounting (June): 38-41.

Davis, R. H. 1971. Production costing in open pit mining. Management Accounting (January): 39-41.

Davis, J. J. 1983. These 7 Accounting weaknesses that can harm your company! Management Accounting (August): 55-57.

Davis, T. R. V. and B. L. Darling. 1996. ABC in a virtual corporation. Management Accounting (October): 18, 20, 22-24, 26. (Using ABC in a company that outsources traditional functions and has no need for plant, equipment and factory personnel).

Davison, D. L. 1973. The accumulated earnings tax. Management Accounting (November): 25-26.

Day, D. W. 1985. How to fly the friendly (low-cost) skies of T&E. Management Accounting (June): 33-36.

Day, D. W. 1990. How to cut travel costs. Management Accounting (August): 36-37, 40.

Day, J. E. 1975. A screening model for investment proposals. Management Accounting (January): 48-52.

Deakin, M. D. 1975. Pricing for return on investment. Management Accounting (December): 43-44, 50.

Dearing, G. 1997. Accounting systems that stand the test of time. Management Accounting (December): 32, 34, 36, 38. (Software).

Debessay, A. and R. Bloom. 1981. A critique of FAS no. 33. Management Accounting (May): 48-53.

DeBlasio, A. Jr. 1983. Pension plans: Exploring the alternatives. Management Accounting (October): 31-35.

Deborg, W. A. and J. D. Siebel. 1982. Training MIS users through simulation. Management Accounting (January): 36-42.

Decker, T. J. 1984. MICROMANIA - Or, how to spend $8,000 and create a $75,000 problem. Management Accounting (November): 42-46. (The gist of the message in this paper is: Software, people and time required etc. should be selected before hardware).

Dee, D. 1976. Sales and cost deflators. Management Accounting (December): 35-37.

Deeb, M. and E. Brown. 1990. Automating accounts payable at AMSCO. Management Accounting (January): 28-30.

Defee, R. 1983. Making the industrial engineer a management accountant. Management Accounting (February): 52-56.

De Francesco, J. D. 1966. The accounting side of profit-center organization. Management Accounting (December): 56-60.

Dehne, C. A. 1983. Needed: A single accounting method for oil and gas producers. Management Accounting (December): 52-58.

Deitemann, G. J. 1988. Measuring Productivity in a service company. Management Accounting (February): 48-54.

Deitrick, J. W. and C. W. Alderman. 1980. Pension plans: What companies do - and do not - disclose. Management Accounting (April): 24-29.

Dellinger, R. E. 1971. Bookless bookkeeping. Management Accounting (May): 31-33.

DeMaagd, G. R. and J. K. White. 1985. Financing private capital with IDBs. Management Accounting (January): 49-52. (Industrial development bonds).

Demarest, P. W. 1968. Are labor unions accountable? Management Accounting (August): 37-43.

Dembeck, J. L. and D. E. Stout. 1997. Using a spreadsheet to solve a multinational marketing problem. Management Accounting (January): 33-39. (Using linear programming for determining production and sales mix).

Dembowski, S. 1973. The management accountant. Management Accounting (April): 9-12.

Deming, W. E. and T. N. Grice. 1970. An efficient procedure for audit of accounts receivable. Management Accounting (March): 17-21, 34. (Stratified sampling and ratio estimating).

Demmy, S. and J. Talbott. 1998. Improve internal reporting with ABC and TOC. Management Accounting (November): 18-20, 22 and 24. (Summary).

De Montijo, C. I. 1995. Converting to a central financial database. Management Accounting (September): 64-67.

DeMoville, W. 1977. Capital budgeting in municipalities. Management Accounting (July): 17-20.

Dempsey, T. A. 1967. Lost and found department for advertising dollars. Management Accounting (December): 51-58.

Demski, J. S. 1967. Analyzing the effectiveness of the traditional standard cost variance model. Management Accounting (October): 9-19.

Denhaan, A. E. 1968. Dynamic business models - A tool to meet new business challenges. Management Accounting (May): 3-11. (Related to research and development projects).

Denholm, D. H. 1968. Acquisitions - And the management accountant. Management Accounting (December): 15-19.

Dennis, D. M., J. L. Smith and W. J. Ferlita. 1986. The impact of ACRS lives on deferred tax accounting. Management Accounting (March): 39-43.

Dennis, K. C. 1979. Hospitals must allocate bad debts properly. Management Accounting (July): 11-14.

De Oliveira, F. H. 1980. Management accounting techniques for not-for-profit enterprises. Management Accounting (November): 30-34.

DePasquale, R. J. 1985. Does the typical curriculum prepare you for the CMA exam? Management Accounting (November): 44-46.

Depree, C. M. Jr. and R. K. Jude. 1995. Coping with environmental and tort claims. Management Accounting (March): 27-31.

DeRieux, J. S. 1972. The controversy over wage-price policies. Management Accounting (February): 17-22.

DeSanctis, G. 1986. VAT: Harmful to our economic health. Management Accounting (December): 58-61.

Dethomas, A. R., W. B. Fredenberger and M. Ghosal. 1994. Turnarounds: Lessons for the management accountant. Management Accounting (July): 23-25.

Devlin, G. W. 1975. Internal control is not optional. Management Accounting (August): 49-51.

Dewberry, J. T. 1979. A new approach to business combinations. Management Accounting (November): 44-49.

DeWelt, R. 1976. Using standard costs with LIFO and FIFO. Management Accounting (May): 25-30, 37.

DeWelt, R. L. 1976. Labor measurement and control. Management Accounting (October): 26-32.

DeWelt, R. L. 1977. Replacement cost - Another nightmare for accountants. Management Accounting (October): 17-22.

DeWitt, F. 1972. Measuring management performance. Management Accounting (November): 18-22.

Diallo, A., Z. U. Khan and C. F. Vail. 1994. Measuring the cost of investment in quality equipment. Management Accounting (August): 32-35.

Diallo, A., Z. U. Khan and C. F. Vail. 1995. Cost of quality in the new manufacturing environment. Management Accounting (August): 20-25.

Diamond, L. G. and A. S. Oxman. 1981. Is there life insurance after retirement? Management Accounting (January): 23-26.

Dick, W. G. 1965. A suggested flexible overhead distribution plan. Management Accounting (September): 48-50.

Dicke, H. W. 1969. Management accounting for research and development projects. Management Accounting (May): 40-43.

Dicke, H. W. 1971. Mini-system data processing. Management Accounting (October): 21-25.

Dickerhoof, W. L. 1972. Cutting costs ... Not worth. Management Accounting (August): 20-22.

Diedrich, A. J. and D. A. Denker. 1966. Flexible budgeting - A proven computer application. Management Accounting (August): 18-24.

Dierks, P. A. 1978. Applying cost accounting to transit system financing. Management Accounting (December): 20-23.

Dierks, P. A. and A. Patel. 1997. What is EVA, and how can it help your company? Management Accounting (November): 52-58. (Summary).

Dietemann, G. J. 1980. Evaluating multinational performance under FAS no. 8. Management Accounting (May): 49-55.

Dietemann, G. J. 1988. Measuring productivity in a service company. Management Accounting (February): 48-54.

Dietz, D. D. and J. D. Keane. 1980. Integrating distributed processing within a central environment. Management Accounting (November): 43-47.

Dille, R. J. 1971. Think metric. Management Accounting (February): 51-52.

Dillon, G. J. 1984. Getting the most from your forecasting system. Management Accounting (April): 28-32.

Dillon, R., R. G. Alsup and K. Eyler. 1988. Telecommunications costs - How to identify, analyze, and control them. Management Accounting (August): 50-53.

Dilts, D. M., and G. W. Russell. 1985. Accounting for the factory of the future. Management Accounting (April): 34-40.

Dilts, D. M. and S. V. Grabski. 1990. Advanced manufacturing technologies: What they can offer. Management Accounting (February): 50-53.

Dino, R. N. and L. W. Dino. 1980. A sure-fire method to improve budget cycling. Management Accounting (January): 34-41.

Dionise, R. V. 1971. Differential cost concept: Applied to analysis of yield variances. Management Accounting (January): 36-38.

Dittman, D. A. 1972. Transfer pricing and decentralization. Management Accounting (November): 47-50.

Dittmer, G. R. 1979. Inventory pricing can save costs. Management Accounting (May): 27-32.

Dittrich, J. E. and D. S. Shannon. 1975. Manpower development. Management Accounting (October): 29-32.

Dixon, L. J. and J. M. Thornton Jr. 1972. The costs of cleaning up pollution. Management Accounting (November): 13-17, 22.

Dodge, R. H. 1969. How leverage affects the cost of capital to a public utility. Management Accounting (August): 39-44.

Dodson, J. W. 1967. A long-range forecasting and planning technique. Management Accounting (December): 9-22.

Doeksen, C. P. 1994. Orthomet: Anatomy of a turnaround. Management Accounting (July): 26-29.

Doggett, R. E. 1980. Managing working capital. Management Accounting (December): 19-20, 22, 24.

Dollison, D. G. 1976. Accounting for calf production. Management Accounting (October): 42-44.

Donachie, R. J. 1977. Living with financial accounting standards. Management Accounting (April): 20-22, 31.

Donahue, M. 1996. Do your human resources add value? Management Accounting (June): 47-48.

Donelan, J. G. 1993. Using electronic tools to improve meetings. Management Accounting (March): 42-45.

Doney, L. D. 1968. Coping with uncertainty in the make or buy decision. Management Accounting (October): 31-34.

Donkersloot, R. Jr. 1981. Productivity through manufacturing control. Management Accounting (December): 25-32.

Donnelly, R. M. 1981. The controller's role in corporate planning. Management Accounting (September): 13-18.

Dooley, D. E. 1965. Operational auditing and profit improvement. Management Accounting (October): 50-51.

Doost, R. K. and E. Pappas. 1988. Frozen-to-current cost variance. Management Accounting (March): 41-43.

Doost, R. K. and K. M. Ligon. 1986. How U. S. and European accounting practices differ. Management Accounting (October): 38-41.

Dorian, D. G. 1974. Management accounting in a developing country. Management Accounting (May): 15-18, 24.

Douglas, D. V. 1981. LIFO: Big benefits for a small company. Management Accounting (April): 40-42.

Douglas, L. G. 1987. The hidden danger in bond yields. Management Accounting (September): 51-54.

Douglas, P., T. Beed, K. Clark and S. Weisenburger. 1986. Surviving your first job. Management Accounting (June): 32-35.

Dow, A. S. and O. Johnson. 1969. The break-even point concept: Its development and expanding applications. Management Accounting (February): 29-31.

Downie, J. and G. Pastoria. 1997. Measuring change at Conair-Franklin. Management Accounting (June): 30-32, 34-35. (Empowering, flattening, eliminating waste, reducing cost, and changing performance measurements).

Doxey, B. L. and J. Chambers. 1983. Making the most of bank information systems. Management Accounting (February): 58-61.

Doyle, R. J. 1970. A new look at the Scanlon plan. Management Accounting (September): 48-52.

Doyle, W. N. 1997. New accounting principles for stock-based compensation. Management Accounting (February): 38-40, 42.

Dressler, A. R. and K. A. Davis. 1989. A cost/benefit analysis of FAS 93. Management Accounting (February): 48-51. (Discussion of problems related to the depreciation of long-lived assets for non-profit institutions).

Drew, J. E. 1966. Forms control in perspective. Management Accounting (May): 26-28.

Drews, A. L. 1975. Bookkeeping for small business. Management Accounting (October): 33-34, 40.

Drews-Bryan, A. and G. Luoma. 1997. Preparing for careers in management accounting and financial management. Management Accounting (August Supplement): 12-14, 16.

Drexel, S. R. 1992. Managing worker's compensation costs at Kelly Services. Management Accounting (November): 42-44.

Drexel, S. R. 1993. Kelly's automated lockbox network. Management Accounting (July): 28-31.

Drinkwater, D. A. 1973. Management theory and the budgeting process. Management Accounting (June): 15-17.

Drozdak, D. P. and J. S. Shuttleworth. 1981. Alternative to risk funding. Management Accounting (January): 15-18.

Drtina, R., S. Hoeger and J. Schaub. 1996. Continuous budgeting at the Hon company. Management Accounting (January): 20, 22-24.

Drtina, R. E. 1994. The outsourcing decision. Management Accounting (March): 56-62.

Drtina, R. E. and R. L. Porter. 1991. Controlling R& D spending. Management Accounting (May): 25-29.

Drucker, M. and M. A. Segal. 1984. Penalties for federal tax crimes: The IRS arsenal. Management Accounting (July): 32-35.

Dub, S. 1997. ABM at Lawson: Beyond the technology. Management Accounting (March): 34-36.

Dub, S. 1998. ABM at Lawson: Putting the technology to work. Management Accounting (April): 46-48.

Dudick, T. S. 1969. Use of indicators in planning for profits. Management Accounting (November): 16-18. (Related to indicators of external economic forces).

Dudick, T. S. 1970. Planning for profit: Focusing on the big picture. Management Accounting (August): 15-19.

Dudick, T. S. 1978. Zero-base budgeting in industry. Management Accounting (May): 25-29.

Dudick, T. S. 1989. Pricing strategies for manufacturers. Management Accounting (November): 30-31, 34-37.

Duffy, D. J. 1992. Personal investing: Are you ready for real estate? Management Accounting (August): 48-51.

Dugan, J. R. 1968. Motivational psychology and the management accountant. Management Accounting (July): 22-25.

Dugan, M. T. and D. W. Hughes. 1991. Why not disclose for supply commitments? Management Accounting (July): 34-36.

Duke, J. R. 1974. After the fire: The insurance claim. Management Accounting (September): 19, 28.

Duncan, W. J. 1971. Microfilm: A new accounting tool. Management Accounting (January): 16-17.

Dunn, G. R. 1968. A proposed funds statement for financial institutions. Management Accounting (November): 9-12.

Dupree, J. M., A. H. Hartgraves and W. H. Thralls. 1987. How management accountants can communicate better. Management Accounting (February): 40-43.

Duquette, R. E. and W. S. Balestrier. 1992. VEBAS: An old idea makes a comeback. Management Accounting (December): 48-52. (A Voluntary Employees Beneficiary Association (VEBA) is a type of trust where employers make deposits that will be used to provide specified employee benefits in the future).

Duranko, N. S. 1995. How a nonprofit developed investment guidelines. Management Accounting (October): 38-42.

Durik, E. J. 1971. Cost accounting and control for mining companies. Management Accounting (August): 37-40.

Duro, R. A. 1967. A system of research and development cost control. Management Accounting (May): 25-30.

Duro, R. A. 1970. Don't forget your purchase order commitments! Management Accounting (June): 47-48.

Duston, R. and H. Keasler Jr. 1996. Off-the shelf software creates custom reports. Management Accounting (February): 48, 50-52, 54.

Duty, G. L. 1980. A leasing guide to taxes. Management Accounting (August): 45-50.

Dye, A. F. 1991. Does your school district's accounting system rate an A? Management Accounting (March): 49-51.

Dye, G. K. 1966. Graphic control of the capital plan. Management Accounting (April): 27-35.

Dye, G. K. 1967. The slide rule to untangle depreciation. Management Accounting (December): 59-63.

Dye, G. K. 1970. Casting up a projection. Management Accounting (February): 45-47. (Forecasting and analyzing depreciation trends).

Earl, D. W. and B. W. Rhoades. 1968. Management attention: Prerequisite to successful computer systems. Management Accounting (March): 20.

Earnest, K. R. 1979. Applying motivational theory in management accounting. Management Accounting (December): 41-44.

Eaton, L. N. 1970. Equating risk with investment and performance evaluation. Management Accounting (December): 19-22, 38.

Eaton, T. V. and J. B. Williams. 1998. Valuing deferred tax assets under SFAS 109. Management Accounting (March): 46-50.

Ebey, C. F. 1982. Why don't colleges depreciate fixed assets? Management Accounting (August): 13-17.

Eccles, R. G. and P. J. Pyburn. 1992. Creating a comprehensive system to measure performance. Management Accounting (October): 41-44. (Related to quality).

Ecton, W. W. and J. A. Knoblett. 1970. Attitudes of management accountants on the investment credit issue. Management Accounting (September): 36-37, 43.

Edelstein, L. and S. Aird. 1988. Commitment: The key to successful accounting system implementation. Management Accounting (December): 50-51.

Eden, D. F. 1972. Computerized inventory control in a small company. Management Accounting (August): 39-42, 46.

Edmonds, C. D. 1994. Running a city on a shoestring. Management Accounting (January): 28-31.

Edmonds, D. M. 1973. A value analysis model. Management Accounting (April): 28-30.

Edmonds, T. P., B. Tsay and W. Lin. 1989. Analyzing quality costs. Management Accounting (November): 25-29.

Edwards, E. D. Jr. 1992. What financial problems? Management Accounting (August): 54-57. (Related to small business accounting).

Edwards, J. B. 1973. Adjusted DCF rate of return. Management Accounting (January): 45-49.

Edwards, J. B. 1973. The management accountant and creativity. Management Accounting (September): 27-32.

Edwards, J. B. 1975. People problems and human solutions. Management Accounting (February): 32-34.

Edwards, J. B. 1976. Inflation accounting for utilities. Management Accounting (August): 19-23.

Edwards, J. B. 1985. At the crossroads. Management Accounting (September): 44-51.

Edwards, J. B. and D. E. Graber. 1975. LIFO: To switch or not to switch? Management Accounting (October): 35-40.

Edwards, J. B., and J. A. Heard. 1984. Is cost accounting the No. 1 enemy of productivity? Management Accounting (June): 44-49.

Edwards, J. D. and B. J. Shildneck. 1987. The AICPA's first century. Management Accounting (September): 57-61.

Edwards, J. D. and J. B. Barrack. 1987. A new method of inventory accounting. Management Accounting (November): 49-56.

Eggen, A. 1997. A student's perspective: IMA membership advantages. Management Accounting (August Supplement): 22-24. (It provides networking, leadership, and educational benefits).

Eggers, H. C. 1971. The evaluation of human assets. Management Accounting (November): 28-30.

Eggert, J. R. 1983. Don't ignore manufacturers' duty drawback. Management Accounting (April): 53-58.

Eichhorn, F. G. 1978. A direct allocation financial data base for manufacturing. Management Accounting (May): 39-42, 46.

Eigen, M. M. 1967. The share of market: A focal point for financial reporting. Management Accounting (July): 51-56.

Eiteman, D. S. 1967. A closer look at cost of capital. Management Accounting (July): 57-63.

Ekman, S. 1992. Bar coding fixed asset inventories. Management Accounting (December): 58-61.

Elder, R. G. 1968. A financial concept of working capital and its effects on accounting. Management Accounting (August): 23-26.

Elias, N. 1976. Behavioral impact of human resource accounting. Management Accounting (February): 43-45, 48.

Elias, N. and M. Epstein. 1975. Dimensions of corporate social reporting. Management Accounting (March): 36-40.

Ellenberger, F. H. 1971. The accountant and the time-share terminal. Management Accounting (May): 39-40.

Elliott, C. W. 1966. Quasi-reorganization of an international corporation in the event of currency devaluation. Management Accounting (November): 60-63.

Elliott, G. S. 1975. Leasing of capital equipment. Management Accounting (December): 39-42.

Elliott, G. S. 1980. Analyzing the cost of capital. Management Accounting (December): 12-13, 16-18.

Elliott, J. D. 1968. Communications and automation. Management Accounting (June): 18-22.

Elliott, W. L. 1974. Cost behavior: A dynamic concept. Management Accounting (March): 33-36, 41.

Elliott, W. L. 1976. Operational approach to cash management. Management Accounting (December): 20-26.

Elliston, J. 1991. Image processing: Bright picture for the future. Management Accounting (August): 23-26.

Elnicki, R. A. 1968. Asset base for performance evaluation - A critique. Management Accounting (August): 55-59.

Elnicki, R. A. 1970. ROI simulations for investment decisions. Management Accounting (February): 37-41.

Elnicki, R. A. 1971. The genesis of management accounting. Management Accounting (April): 15-17.

Emore, J. R. and J. Cress. 1987. On teaching management accountants. Management Accounting (February): 44, 60.

Engle, R. E. 1985. How to choose the right form of doing business. Management Accounting (January): 44-47.

Englebrecht, T. D. and S. C. Colburn. 1991. When a small business fails: How Sec. 1244 cushions the risk. Management Accounting (December): 33-36.

Englebrecht, T. D., C. Mitchell and O. Martinson. 1998. What is reasonable compensation in closely held corporations? Management Accounting (March): 38-40, 42-44.

English, S. and C. Strobel. 1993. Taxes and shareholder loans. Management Accounting (September): 62-64.

Enke, E. L. 1972. The accounting preconditions of PPB. Management Accounting (January): 33-38.

Enrick, R. L. 1985. Using sales equivalency as a cost saving tool. Management Accounting (February): 46-50.

Enright, R. D. 1974. Standard costs for delivery systems. Management Accounting (January): 34-36.

Enthoven, A. J. H. 1976. Standardized accountancy and economic development. Management Accounting (February): 19-23.

Enthoven, A. J. H. 1980. International management accounting - A challenge for accountants. Management Accounting (September): 25-32.

Enthoven, A. J. H. 1992. Accounting in Russia: From perestroika to profits. Management Accounting (October): 27-31.

Enzweiler, A. 1997. Raising the bar. Management Accounting (December): 26-28, 30. (Related to systems functionality, tools, and technology).

Enzweiler, A. J. 1995. Evaluating client/server financial software. Management Accounting (September): 39-40, 42-45.

Enzweiler, A. J. 1995. Improving the financial reporting process. Management Accounting (February): 40-43.

Enzweiler, A. J. 1996. The 'sizzle' in client/server systems. Management Accounting (February): 22-24, 26, 28, 30.

Epps, W. F. 1979. How Richmond County learned fixed-asset management. Management Accounting (October): 34-35, 38-39.

Epstein, M. J. 1992. Corporate governance and the shareholders' revolt. Management Accounting (August): 32-35.

Epstein, M. J. 1993. Accountants and the S&L crisis. Management Accounting (February): 24-28.

Epstein, M. J. 1993. The expanding role of accountants in society. Management Accounting (April): 22-26.

Epstein, M. J. 1996. Accounting for product take-back. Management Accounting (August): 29-33. (Related to identifying and tracking environmental costs).

Epstein, M. J. and J. Manzoni. 1997. The balanced scorecard and tableau de bord: Translating strategy into action. Management Accounting (August): 28-36. (Summary).

Epstein, M. J. and M. L. Pava. 1992. How useful is the statement of cash flows? Management Accounting (July): 52-55.

Epstein, M. J. and S. D. Young. 1999. Greening with EVA. Management Accounting (January): 45-49. (Summary).

Erard, I. C. 1975. Unaudited financial statements. Management Accounting (August): 45-48.

Erceg, M., J. W. Hill and M. B. Metzger. 1993. Abuses in coupon accounting. Management Accounting (January): 47-51.

Erickson, V. E. 1967. Mortgage loan accounting. Management Accounting (February): 36-40.

Ericson, J. H. Jr. 1978. Standard cost in action. Management Accounting (August): 25-32.

Eriksen, E. G. 1975. Budgeting in retirement. Management Accounting (April): 54-56.

Esposito, M. D. 1992. How is your company complying with ADA? Management Accounting (November): 30-32. (ADA refers to the American with Disabilities Act).

Estes R. 1976. Standards for corporate social reporting. Management Accounting (November): 19-22, 26.

Estrada, A. W., S. W. Martin and S. S. Wechsler. 1998. All aboard for the euro. Management Accounting (August): 37-41.

Estrin, T. L., J. Kantor and D. Albers. 1994. Is ABC suitable for your company? Management Accounting (April): 40-45.

Ethridge, J. R. and V. Rogers. 1997. Transactions that may prompt environmental reporting problems. Management Accounting (July): 57-58.

Etten, A. T. II. 1983. A CPA puts on the controller's hat. Management Accounting (April): 40-42.

Evans, C. G. 1970. Crewloading: A work control technique for modern management. Management Accounting (February): 31-34. (A computerized technique for work measurement).

Evans, J. H. III and F. E. Evans. 1986. A small manufacturer's success story. Management Accounting (August): 47-49.

Evans, W. P. and R. L. Bosworth. 1966. Computerized information systems (COINS). Management Accounting (October): 36-44.

Everett, R. M. 1968. Accounting for exchange variation in local currency. Management Accounting (October): 15-17.

Ewer, S. R. and J. R. Williams. 1998. Help in export strategies. Management Accounting (November): 39-42.

Fader, J. A. Jr. 1984. Getting what's yours when you're the subcontractor. Management Accounting (February): 32-36.

Fagerberg, D. Jr. 1969. Accounting for vacation expense. Management Accounting (December): 47-48.

Fagerberg, D. Jr. 1974. The selling of cost accounting. Management Accounting (June): 23-24, 28.

Fagerberg, D. Jr. 1974. Unmeasured costs: A checklist. Management Accounting (February): 29-32.

Fahey, B. G. 1970. Production performance reporting under direct costing. Management Accounting (November): 9-13.

Fahey, B. G. 1996. Building an ABC data warehouse. Management Accounting (March): 33-36.

Fair, L. 1968. Product line accounting: The proposed regulation and its effects. Management Accounting (November): 18-22.

Fairaizl, A. F. and S. K. Mullick. 1975. A corporate planning system. Management Accounting (December): 13-17, 20.

Fallon, D. F. 1966. EDP - Fixed asset control. Management Accounting (May): 49-50.

Fallon, D. F. 1968. Reliability cycle sampling for control of inventories. Management Accounting (October): 41-43.

Fantl, I. L. 1971. The case against international uniformity. Management Accounting (May): 13-16.

Farley, C. T. 1973. Reporting for United Fund agencies. Management Accounting (December): 28-30.

Farley, E. R. 1966. Picture an hour. Management Accounting (May): 51-55. (A graphic illustration of a factory hours cost elements).

Farmer, W. A. 1968. Multiple incentive contracts: An analytical technique. Management Accounting (May): 18-24.

Farrar, R. H., W. C. Lawler and L. J. Block. 1985. How CFOs view the CMA program. Management Accounting (November): 33-37, 55.

Fasci, M. A. 1981. The windfall profits tax: Panacea or Pandora's box? Management Accounting (October): 50-53.

Fasci, M. A., T. J. Weiss and R. L. Worrall. 1987. Everyone can use this cost-benefit analysis system. Management Accounting (January): 44­47.

Faulhaber, T. A., F. A. Coad and T. J. Little. 1988. Building a process cost management system from the bottom up. Management Accounting (May): 58-62.

Fay, J. R., W. L. Ferrara and J. P. Stryker. 1993. The quest for quality in business schools. Management Accounting (December): 48-50.

Fazzolari, S. D. 1988. How Harsco integrates financial & operational auditing. Management Accounting (January): 28-31.

Feddeck, F. C. 1976. Cost accounting in a stock transfer company. Management Accounting (November): 34-36.

Fee, T. 1975. Controlling the audit fee. Management Accounting (February): 49-51.

Feldbush, M. A. 1981. Participative budgeting in a hospital setting. Management Accounting (September): 43-46.

Feller, R. E. 1973. Early contributions to cost accounting. Management Accounting (December): 12-16, 27.

Feller, R. E. 1977. Accounting for joint products in the petroleum industry. Management Accounting (September): 41-44, 48.

Felt, H. M. and D. T. Barsky. 1969. Purchase vs. lease: Computer obsolescence. Management Accounting (October): 29-32.

Felton, S. K. 1978. Controlling company-owned inventories in public warehouses. Management Accounting (March): 45-50.

Fera, N. 1997. Using shareholder value to evaluate strategic choices. Management Accounting (November): 47-51. (Summary).

Ferguson, D. C. 1987. A CEO's view of the controller. Management Accounting (February): 21-23.

Ferguson, F. J. and A. Zazoff. 1985. How you can control unemployment insurance costs. Management Accounting (March): 48-53.

Ferguson, J. S. 1979. Decommissioning a nuclear plant: The financial implications. Management Accounting (September): 37-40.

Ferguson, L. W. 1979. An accountant profiles a sports franchise. Management Accounting (May): 13-18.

Fern, R. H. and M. A. Tipgos. 1988. Controllers as business strategists: A progress report. Management Accounting (March): 25-29.

Ferrara, W. L. 1967. Responsibility reporting vs. direct costing - Is there a conflict? Management Accounting (June): 43-54.

Ferrara, W. L. 1968. Capital budgeting and financing or leasing decisions. Management Accounting (July): 55-63.

Ferrara, W. L. 1970. Relevant costing: Footnote to a controversy. Management Accounting (January): 45-47.

Ferrara, W. L. 1974. Lease vs. purchase: A quasi-financing approach. Management Accounting (January): 21-26.

Ferrara, W. L. 1976. Accounting for performance evaluation and decision-making. Management Accounting (December): 13-19.

Ferrara, W. L. 1978. The case for symmetry in lease reporting. Management Accounting (April): 17-24.

Ferrara, W. L. 1981. A cash flow model for the future. Management Accounting (June): 12-17.

Ferrara, W. L. 1984. Some thoughts of a practitioner-oriented academic. Management Accounting (December): 60-61.

Ferrara, W. L. 1990. The new cost/management accounting - More questions than answers. Management Accounting (October): 48-52.

Ferrara, W. L. 1995. Cost/management accounting: The 21st century paradigm. Management Accounting (December): 30-34, 36.

Ferrara, W. L., J. B. Thies and M. W. Dirsmith. 1980. The lease-purchase decision. Management Accounting (May): 57-58.

Ferrara, W. L. and J. C. Hayya. 1970. Toward probabilistic profit budgets. Management Accounting (October): 23-28.

Fertakis, J. P. 1968. Toward a systems-oriented concept of controllership. Management Accounting (December): 5-10.

Feskoe, G. 1980. Reducing currency risks in a volatile foreign exchange market. Management Accounting (September): 19-24.

Fess, P. E. 1969. The variable (direct) costing concept in perspective. Management Accounting (April): 21-23.

Fetchina, N. S. 1993. Powerhouse presenting. Management Accounting (March): 54-56.

Fetyko, D. F. 1975. The company social audit. Management Accounting (April): 31-34.

Fetyko, D. F. 1976. Who shall train us? Management Accounting (January): 13-14, 22.

Fetyko, D. F. and M. Patterson. 1983. How an oil company analyzes credit. Management Accounting (August): 30-34.

Figler, H. R. 1971. Goal-setting techniques. Management Accounting (November): 25-27.

Figler, H. R. 1975. Accounting for human assets. Management Accounting (November): 23-26.

Figler, H. R. 1977. Retirement: Profit or loss? Management Accounting (November): 15-17.

Figler, H. R. 1978. What should the management accountant know? Management Accounting (June): 27-29.

Figler, H. R. 1980. Managing stress. Management Accounting (August): 22-28.

Filer, R. J. and L. R. Eiswerth. 1966. Quality control and associated costs. Management Accounting (September): 37-44.

Filipski, R. M. 1987. Understanding the new overhead capitalization rules. Management Accounting (February): 47-49.

Finch, G. L. 1987. Improving the bottom line with budget incentive programs. Management Accounting (October): 42-43, 46-47.

Finerty, J. J. 1970. Accountants in 1984. Management Accounting (March): 28-30.

Finerty, J. J. 1971. Product pricing and investment analysis. Management Accounting (December): 15-18.

Fink, R. E. 1970. Using data processing in tax scheduling. Management Accounting (February): 48-49.

Finnell, J. C. 1972. Accounting for country clubs: A different view. Management Accounting (July): 16-20.

Finnell, J. C., L. G. Ayer and F. B. Harris. 1967. Full costing in the oil and gas producing industry. Management Accounting (January): 47-52.

Finney, F. D. 1966. Pricing interdivisional transfers. Management Accounting (November): 10-18.

Finney, F. D. 1969. Contributions of a management information system. Management Accounting (June): 54-55.

Finney, F. D. 1981. Looking at inflation - Realistically. Management Accounting (June): 22-25.

Finney, J. E. 1974. Costing in a data processing department. Management Accounting (October): 29-35.

Fiorenza, F. A. 1967. Factory control by variance accounting. Management Accounting (February): 10-12.

Fiorenza, F. A. 1969. Accounting for unusual quality-control costs. Management Accounting (February): 53-55.

Fish, E. R. 1967. Profitability reporting in a professional consulting firm. Management Accounting (March): 20-22.

Fish, E. R. 1968. Is everything under control? Management Accounting (December): 27-29. (Related to data processing).

Fisher, J. 1976. Value to the business - Some practical problems. Management Accounting (July): 23-32.

Fitzgerald, K. V. 1992. Get Certified!: The CMA should be mandatory for all accountants. Management Accounting (April): 62-63.

Flanagan, R. M. 1969. Truth in negotiations. Management Accounting (April): 55-59. (Review of DPC 57 related to defense contractors).

Flanders, D. P. 1969. Mechanized intercompany transfer system. Management Accounting (October): 49-52.

Fleischman, G. M. 1993. Sales & use taxation: An overlooked cost of business? Management Accounting (December): 24-27.

Fleischman, G. M. and R. D. Merriott. 1994. Tax planning after OBRA '93. Management Accounting (December): 18-24.

Flesher, D. L. 1993. Retirement plans: What are the options? Management Accounting (November): 52-56.

Flesher, D. L. 1994. IMA pioneers: Four who made a difference. Management Accounting (June): 42-46. (Discussion related to the contributions of J. Lee Nicholson, Stuart Cameron McLeod, Clinton H. Scovell and I. Wayne Keller).

Flesher, D. L. and F. M. McNair. 1985. How valuable is the CMA? Management Accounting (November): 29-32.

Flesher, D. L. and J. Soroosh. 1983. Controllers say FAS 33 is not very useful. Management Accounting (January): 50-53.

Flesher, D. L., T. K. Flesher and G. U. Skelly. 1984. The new-product decision. Management Accounting (December): 18-19.

Fletcher, L. B., H. W. Harrell Jr. and K. H. Johnson. 1995. A separate track. Management Accounting (May): 31-34. (Discussion of a managerial accounting track at Georgia Southern University).

Flewellen, W. C. Jr. 1966. Better accounting students - A critical problem. Management Accounting (February): 3-7.

Flewellen, W. C. Jr. 1968. Current trends in accounting education. Management Accounting (January): 3-10.

Flister, J. D. and J. S. Jozaitis. 1992. PPG's journey to ISO 9000. Management Accounting (July): 33-35, 38.

Flock, H. H. 1971. The change to direct costing in a multi-product company. Management Accounting (July): 52-55.

Florence, G. A. 1973. Electric utility bond financing. Management Accounting (June): 35-37, 41.

Floyd, A. C. 1969. Management accounting for churches. Management Accounting (February): 56-59.

Fogarty, T., C. Kelliher and P. Goldwater. 1995. Estimating retirement benefits with spreadsheets. Management Accounting (November): 49-55.

Folsom, D. J. 1973. A control guide for computer systems. Management Accounting (August): 49-55.

Foran, M. F. and A. F. McGann. 1973. The annual report. Management Accounting (November): 48-51.

Ford, A. 1973. Selecting a useful life for the investment credit. Management Accounting (April): 14-16.

Ford, H. C. 1968. Ratios to standard direct cost. Management Accounting (January): 34-35.

Ford, J. L. 1979. How to communicate with management. Management Accounting (March): 12-17, 30.

Fordham, D. R. 1995. Connecting your company to the internet. Management Accounting (September): 69-64.

Fordham, D. R. 1998. IT planning: It's for everybody! Management Accounting (August): 25-30.

Fordham, D. R. and S. Brooks. 1997. Tools for dealing with uncertainty. Management Accounting (September): 38, 40-43. (Spreadsheet applications).

Fortunato, F. A. 1972. The quest for fairness in accounting. Management Accounting (January): 15-18.

Foster, G. and C. T. Horngren. 1987. JIT: Cost accounting and cost management issues. Management Accounting (June): 19-25. (Summary).

Foster, S. D. 1998. Viatical settlement: A new employee benefit. Management Accounting (May): 55-57.

Foutz, P. B. 1975. The teaching of international accounting. Management Accounting (June): 31-33.

Fowler, G. C. 1977. Bad debt losses. Management Accounting (January): 26-28, 33.

Fox, C. N. 1975. Time sharing: A tool for the modern accountant. Management Accounting (November): 43-44.

Fox, J. V. 1983. How I started my own accounting business. Management Accounting (April): 48-49, 51.

Fox, R. J. and T. L. Barton. 1986. System is born: Management control at American Transtech. Management Accounting(September) 37-39, 42-47.

Fraedrich, K. E. 1974. Inflation and financial reporting. Management Accounting (April): 18-22.

Framel, J. E. 1988. Managing information as an asset. Management Accounting (July): 27-31.

Francesconi, T. A. 1998. Transforming Lucent's CFO. Management Accounting (July): 22-24, 26, 28, 30.

Francia, A. J. and R. H. Strawser. 1972. Attitudes of management accountants on the state of the art. Management Accounting (May): 21-24.

Francia, A. J., S. D. Grossman and R. H. Strawser. 1978. The attitudes of management accountants. Management Accounting (November): 35-40.

Frank, G. B., M. H. Sarhan and S. A. Fisher. 1990. Business & academe: Forging an ethics partnership. Management Accounting (June): 47-49.

Frank, G. B., S. A. Fisher and A. R. Wilkie. 1989. Linking cost to price and profit. Management Accounting (June): 22-26.

Franke, R. 1975. A process model for costing. Management Accounting (January): 45-47.

Franke, R. 1976. Costing with matrix analysis. Management Accounting (April): 44-46, 53.

Franklin, R. L. 1992. Financing options for workers' compensation. Management Accounting (November): 45-49.

Fraser, W. M. 1989. To buy or not to buy? Management Accounting (December): 34-37. (Related to buying a business).

Frazier, H. L. 1965. Our experience with thirteen period accounting. Management Accounting (December): 53-58.

Fredrick, S. E. 1990. Tapping the hidden value of your assets. Management Accounting (March): 28-31, 34. (Related to sale leasebacks and using assets as loan collateral).

Freedman, M. S. 1973. A primer on fraud and embezzlement. Management Accounting (October): 36-40.

Freeman, J. B. Jr. 1966. PERT/cost - An informal approach to fundamentals. Management Accounting (April): 19-26.

Freeman, J. B. Jr. 1969. Flexible report generation programs. Management Accounting (September): 17-22.

Freeman, L. V. Jr. 1972. Planning a retirement or pension program. Management Accounting (August): 35-36.

Freeman, R. J. 1976. Revenue recognition and disclosure on long-term contracts. Management Accounting (January): 43-44, 52.

Freimuth, R. C. 1982. Cash management for smaller businesses: A new technique. Management Accounting (June): 58-60.

Freitas, L. P. 1973. Monitoring accounts receivable. Management Accounting (September): 18-21.

Fremgen, J. M. 1966. Measuring the profit of part of a firm. Management Accounting (January): 26-28.

Fremgen, J. M. 1970. Transfer pricing and management goals. Management Accounting (December): 25-31.

Fremgen, J. M. 1973. Capital budgeting practices: A survey. Management Accounting (May): 19-25.

Fremgen, J. M. and S. S. Liao. 1981. The allocation of corporate indirect costs. Management Accounting (September): 66-67.

Frey, K. M. 1977. Management of foreign exchange risk with forward contracts. Management Accounting (March): 45-48.

Fried, D., M. Schiff and A. C. Sondhi. 1989. Impairments and writeoffs of long-lived assets. Management Accounting (August): 48-50.

Friedlob, G. T. 1981. Federal tax management: A disclosure problem. Management Accounting (November): 28-33.

Frishkoff, P. and R. Rogowski. 1978. Disclaimers of audit opinion. Management Accounting (May): 52-57.

Frishkoff, P. A. 1986. Is your controllership function out of control? Management Accounting (March): 45-47.

Frishkoff, P. A. and S. Thompson. 1994. This controller wears many hats. Management Accounting (November): 42-44.

Frisinger, D. R. 1967. Government reports - Some questions and comments. Management Accounting (June): 37-39.

Frizelle, P. J. 1975. Accounting and the other world. Management Accounting (October): 27-28.

Frost, H. R. 1989. Office technology: Streamlining the controller's job. Management Accounting (November): 46-49.

Frye, D. J. 1971. Combined costing method: Absorption and direct. Management Accounting (January): 18-20.

Funari, M. R. 1968. Salesmen's incentives - For profit's sake. Management Accounting (March): 59-62.

Furlong, W. L. 1967. Risk income and alternative income concepts. Management Accounting (April): 25-29.

Furlong, W. L. 1968. How to eliminate the "plugging" of net worth for translated foreign currency financial statements. Management Accounting (April): 39-45.

Furlong, W. L. and L. H. Robertson. 1968. Matching management decisions and results. Management Accounting (August): 3-10.

Fuyuume, J. 1965. Working with operating management. Management Accounting (September): 51-57.

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Note: The original publication started with the December 1919 issue and was titled National Association of Cost Accountants Official Publications. The title was changed to N.A.C.A. Bulletin in 1925 and published as a semimonthly publication (24 issues per volume) through August 1949. The N.A.C.A. Bulletin became a monthly publication with the September 1949 issue.

The title was changed to N.A.A. Bulletin beginning with the July 1957 issue when the name of the organization was changed from National Association of Cost Accountants to National Association of Accountants. The last issue of the N.A.A. Bulletin was the August 1965 issue.

The first issue of Management Accounting was the September 1965 issue. The last issue of Management Accounting was the February 1999 issue.

The title of the publication was changed to Strategic Finance beginning with the March 1999 issue. The name of the organization was changed from National Association of Accountants to Institute of Management Accountants in June of 1991.

Management Accounting Quarterly was first published in the Fall of 1999.

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