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NAA Ad Hoc Committee. 1986. NAA's response to FAF on standard-setting process. Management Accounting (January): 76-77.

Nagy, R. J. 1978. Transfer price accounting for MNCs. Management Accounting (January): 34-38.

Nakayama, M., S. Lilien and M. Benis. 1981. Due process and FAS no. 13. Management Accounting (April): 49-53.

Nanni, A. J., J. Miller and T. E. Vollman. 1988. What should we account for? Management Accounting (January): 42-48.

Nanni, A. J. Jr. and W. R. Smith. 1990. Charity and JIT: One can help the other. Management Accounting (December): 37-40.

National Association of Accountants. 1966. Concepts for management accounting. Management Accounting (July): 20-22.

National Association of Accountants. 1967. Digest of NAA research report no. 43 - Financial analysis to guide capital expenditure decisions. Management Accounting (September): 18-20.

National Association of Accountants. 1968. Consultants to academia. Management Accounting (October): 64.

National Association of Accountants. 1968. Data processing ups and downs. Management Accounting (March): 42-44.

National Association of Accountants. 1968. Digest of NAA research study - External reporting for segments of a business. Management Accounting (May): 12-13.

National Association of Accountants. 1968. Evolution of a magazine. Management Accounting (September): 60-61.

National Association of Accountants. 1968. Junior achievers; tomorrow: Managers. Management Accounting (November): 66-67.

National Association of Accountants. 1968. Program budgeting and Rand Corporation. Management Accounting (November): 63-65.

National Association of Accountants. 1968. SEC opposed on conglomerate disclosure proposals. Management Accounting (December): 55-56.

National Association of Accountants. 1968. South America revisited. Management Accounting (December): 60.

National Association of Accountants. 1968. The making of an association. Management Accounting (October): 62.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. Accountants aid new capitalists. Management Accounting (October): 57-59.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. Baseball is a business, too. Management Accounting (March): 63-65.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. Bentley college opens new campus. Management Accounting (January): 65.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. Cash control. Management Accounting (June): 69.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. Commemorative history of NAA. Management Accounting (August): 68.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. Diary of a peripatetic secretary. Management Accounting (January): 61, 63.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. Ettore Barbatelli: Further progress through courage and creativity. Management Accounting (June): 16-19.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. Henry W. Pirkey Jr.: Let your management know what you can do for them. Management Accounting (June): 28-31.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. How ethical are businessmen? Management Accounting (January): 63, 64. (A survey of 1,800 businessmen).

National Association of Accountants. 1969. James P. McFarland: Interpretation of the facts for management action. Management Accounting (June): 24-27.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. Making it on Wall street. Management Accounting (November): 57.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. Man and computer. Management Accounting (December): 60.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. Maurice H. Stans: An interview with the secretary of commerce. Management Accounting (June): 12-15, 19.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. McKenna of Norton Simon: Manager of change. Management Accounting (March): 60-62.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. NAA charter member recalls early years. Management Accounting (June): 82.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. NAA establishes management accounting practices committee. Management Accounting (September): 57.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. NAA plans 50th anniversary celebration. Management Accounting (February): 63, 71.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. NAA member named secretary of commerce. Management Accounting (February): 61-63.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. New integrated management accounting program. Management Accounting (January): 68-69.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. Notice of revised constitution and by-laws of the association. Management Accounting (March): 73.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. Second advanced management program scheduled. Management Accounting (February): 66.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. The credibility gap in financial communications. Management Accounting (September): 58.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. The man who buys companies. Management Accounting (December): 56-57.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. We pledge continued progress. Management Accounting (September): 9.

National Association of Accountants. 1969. William H. Franklin: Our accountants are extremely active in management. Management Accounting (June): 20-23.

National Association of Accountants. 1970. Barbatelli elected NAA President. Management Accounting (July): 79-80.

National Association of Accountants. 1970. GAO - Success is a problem. Management Accounting (April): 53-55.

National Association of Accountants. 1970. George Washington's expense account. Management Accounting (December): 60, 64.

National Association of Accountants. 1970. Independence for the corporate accountant? Management Accounting (September): 55, 58.

National Association of Accountants. 1970. Management accounting practices committee studying many subjects. Management Accounting (June): 56-57.

National Association of Accountants. 1970. McLeod Society elects Paul Herring. Management Accounting (July): 82.

National Association of Accountants. 1970. NAA men in public office. Management Accounting (February): 54-55.

National Association of Accountants. 1970. On the move. Management Accounting (December): 57-58, 64.

National Association of Accountants. 1970. Pollution control: How much will it cost? Management Accounting (July): 81-83, 88.

National Association of Accountants. 1970. Rawn Brinkley retires: Young named executive director; Vavasour appointed managing director. Management Accounting (July): 8-9.

National Association of Accountants. 1970. South African attends CEP. Management Accounting (February): 60, 63.

National Association of Accountants. 1970. Starring an accounting professor. Management Accounting (May): 55-57.

National Association of Accountants. 1970. The accountants role in labor relations. Management Accounting (October): 57, 60.

National Association of Accountants. 1970. Top man at Consolidated. Management Accounting (November): 56-57, 63.

National Association of Accountants. 1970. Why Singer's annual report is no. 1. Management Accounting (February): 56-57.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. A computerized decision-simulator model. Management Accounting (August): 9-10.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. Accounting is her profession. Management Accounting (January): 55-56, 63.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. America inches (?) toward a metric world. Management Accounting (December): 60-61, 64.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. Arthur B. Gunnarson (1896-1971). Management Accounting (June): 51, 55.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. Businesswoman-pilot. Management Accounting (August): 61, 64.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. Concepts for cost-type contracts. Management Accounting (May): 50-52.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. Dial-a-tax question. Management Accounting (June): 54-55.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. Future shock. Management Accounting (March): 58-59.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. He makes BIC click. Management Accounting (September): 53-55.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. He runs for his health. Management Accounting (January): 60 and 63.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. His hobby is Hawaiiana. Management Accounting (April): 61.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. Hoffman elected president of McLeod society. Management Accounting (July): 76.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. How counseling works in New Haven. Management Accounting (October): 40-42, 46. (II The Socio-Economic Program - A case study).

National Association of Accountants. 1971. Julius Underwood: NAA's new president. Management Accounting (July): 11-12, 76.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. Making free enterprise work for everyone. Management Accounting (October): 37-39. (I The Socio-Economic Program - A Report).

National Association of Accountants. 1971. MAP considers interim reporting. Management Accounting (January): 57.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. MAP forums discuss cost concepts. Management Accounting (September): 56-58.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. MAP subcommittees report on work in progress. Management Accounting (November): 58-59, 63.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. Mission possible. Management Accounting (February): 56-57, 59.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. Mister NAA'er. Management Accounting (March): 56-57, 59.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. Mr. Kringle snows the auditors. Management Accounting (December): 58-59.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. NAA's continuing education program: 1971-1972. Management Accounting (July): 33-48.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. NAA's research studies digest. Management Accounting (July): 63-66.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. New York City's comptroller: Second most important financial job? Management Accounting (June): 48-50.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. People are capital investments at R. G. Barry Corp. Management Accounting (November): 53-55, 63.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. The CFO. Management Accounting (April): 60.

National Association of Accountants. 1971.The Cost Accounting Standards Board. Management Accounting (December): 55-57.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. Through boom and bust, continuing education is a going, growing, concern. Management Accounting (November): 56-57, 63.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. Two MIS studies to be published. Management Accounting (March): 57.

National Association of Accountants. 1971. What it takes to run a company. Management Accounting (July): 74-76.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. Accounting objectives aired at public hearings. Management Accounting (July): 64-67.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. Accounting summit. Management Accounting (March): 60-61. (Discussion of Wheat and Trueblood committees).

National Association of Accountants. 1972. AICPA adopts Wheat committee report. Management Accounting (June): 49-50, 53.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. Are you a communicator by accident? Management Accounting (June): 51-53.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. Board of regents named to administer Institute of Management Accountants. Management Accounting (April): 11-12, 64.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. Bob Beyer: NAA's new president. Management Accounting (August): 7-9.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. Concepts for contract costing. Management Accounting (March): 55-57.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. Guidelines for interim financial reporting. Management Accounting (August): 49-51.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. How a bad program cuts costs. Management Accounting (November): 60-61.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. How to make a successful financial presentation. Management Accounting (February): 59-61.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. Financial reporting by diversified companies. Management Accounting (January): 53-54, 59.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. Free enterprise makes sense for junior achievers. Management Accounting (February): 62-63, 66.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. IMA director named. Management Accounting (July): 63.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. LEAP. Management Accounting (January): 55-59.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. Look what's happened to annual reports. Management Accounting (April): 61-63.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. McCall's article gives socio-economic program big boost. Management Accounting (December): 59.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. Major changes urged in APB rules making. Management Accounting (January): 10-14, 58.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. NAA establishes certificate in management accounting. Management Accounting (March): 13-14, 64.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. The capitalization of costs as opposed to charging the cost off as an expense. Management Accounting (July): 54-62.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. The future of accepted accounting principles. Management Accounting (August): 11-14.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. The shakeout. Management Accounting (May): 60-61.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. Today's sermon: Financial management of church affairs. Management Accounting (December): 60-61.

National Association of Accountants. 1972. Wyman P. Fiske (1900-72). Management Accounting (September): 60.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. Bob Chapman: His hobby is NAA. Management Accounting (July): 11-13, 61.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. CEP - Keeping up to date. Management Accounting (November): 58-60.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. CMA examination questions and answers - Part 2. Management Accounting (March): 63-72.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. CMA examination questions and answers - Part 4. Management Accounting (May): 69-80.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. CMA examination questions and answers - Part 5. Management Accounting (June): 69-80.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. CMA examinations held for first time. Management Accounting (February): 61 and 72. (Questions and unofficial answers to Part 1).

National Association of Accountants. 1973. CMA examinations questions and answers Part III. Management Accounting (April): 63-72.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. Fixed asset accounting: The capitalization of costs. Management Accounting (January): 51-59.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. Guidelines for inventory valuation. Management Accounting (March): 49-50.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. Hacker or pro? Management Accounting (December): 64 and 68.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. LEAP - An update. Management Accounting (December): 57.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. MAP and CASB. Management Accounting (August): 59-60.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. MAP committee approves 'criteria for make-or-buy decisions'. Management Accounting (September): 58.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. MAP committee statement of objectives. Management Accounting (October): 78-81.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. NAA establishes student memberships. Management Accounting (October): 59.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. NAA goes 'on line'. Management Accounting (May): 51-53.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. Need technical information? Management Accounting (March): 55.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. Social responsibility, standards - Topics on Dallas program. Management Accounting (May): 54-55.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. The healthy accountant. Management Accounting (November): 55-56, 60.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. The $8 billion rip-off. Management Accounting (June): 49-50. (Relates to employee dishonesty).

National Association of Accountants. 1973. The games accountants play. Management Accounting (February): 57-58. (Note on Briloff's dissection of financial reporting).

National Association of Accountants. 1973. The Trueblood committee report. Management Accounting (December): 62-63.

National Association of Accountants. 1973. Tokyo chapter members tour U.S. cities. Management Accounting (November): 57.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. Accounting for corporate social performance. Management Accounting (February): 39-42.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. Alexander J. Lindsay (1896-1974). Management Accounting (October): 58. (Lindsay was NAA President, 1954-55).

National Association of Accountants. 1974. Certificate in management accounting. Management Accounting (July): 69-71.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. Clinton M. Finney (1885-1974). Management Accounting (December): 70.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. CMA examination questions and answers - Part 2. Management Accounting (March): 61-62.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. CMA examination questions and answers - Part 3. Management Accounting (April): 55-66.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. CMA examination questions and answers - Part 4. Management Accounting (May): 73-86.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. CMA examination questions and answers - Part 5. Management Accounting (June): 64-72.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. Committee on accounting for corporate social performance - Second report. Management Accounting (September): 59-60.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. Competition and controls. Management Accounting (February): 47-48.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. Contributions to CMA examination welcomed. Management Accounting (August): 53-54.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. Fixed asset accounting: The allocation of costs. Management Accounting (January): 43-49.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. IMA analyzes 1973 examination. Management Accounting (September): 54-55.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. IMA changes schedule of exams. Management Accounting (February): 52. (Part 1 of the 1973 CMA exam questions and answers).

National Association of Accountants. 1974. Inflation renews interest in LIFO. Management Accounting (December): 63.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. In the wake of 'His majesty O'keefe'. Management Accounting (December): 61-63.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. MAP committee defines terms. Management Accounting (August): 54.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. MAP committee issues statement no. 7: Fixed asset accounting: The allocation of costs. Management Accounting (July): 61.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. MAP speaks out on R & D costs. Management Accounting (May): 52.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. MAP statement on inventory approved. Management Accounting (April): 43.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. Profile: A. P. Bartholomew, Jr. Management Accounting (July): 13-15.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. Society of leaders. Management Accounting (November): 60-61, 66.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. Text of by-laws. Management Accounting (August): 58-64.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. Traveling classroom. Management Accounting (April): 50-51.

National Association of Accountants. 1974. Wanted: Retired accountants. Management Accounting (May): 53-55.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. Analysis of the 1974 CMA exam. Management Accounting (August): 63-64.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. Analysis of the 1975 CMA examination. Management Accounting (December): 62.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. An interview with John C. Burton. Management Accounting (May): 19-23.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. CMA examination questions and answers - Part 1. Management Accounting (February): 63-73.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. CMA examination questions and answers - Part 2. Management Accounting (March): 65-74.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. CMA examination questions and answers - Part 3. Management Accounting (April): 64-74.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. CMA examination questions and answers - Part 4. Management Accounting (May): 75-90.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. CMA examination questions and answers - Part 5. Management Accounting (June): 69-82.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. First NAA regional conference in Asia. Management Accounting (January): 62-63.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. IMA issues a reminder of a change in the examination schedule. Management Accounting (February): 62.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. J. G. Underwood (1915-75). Management Accounting (June): 11.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. MAP - CASB liaison: An update. Management Accounting (September): 57.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. MAP committee responsive actions update. Management Accounting (February): 58.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. Measuring costs of social action. Management Accounting (September): 60.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. Milwaukee is midwife to shopping complex. Management Accounting (February): 55-56.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. Pocket calculators: Number power! Management Accounting (December): 54-56.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. Price-level adjustments: A MAP committee report. Management Accounting (June): 45-50.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. Profile: Lafe P. Fox. Management Accounting (July): 13-14, 70.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. Profile of NAA member - 1975. Management Accounting (January): 56-57.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. Review courses scheduled for CMA examination. Management Accounting (February): 60.

National Association of Accountants. 1975. Self-study program successfully launched. Management Accounting (January): 59.

National Association of Accountants. 1976. 1976 CMA examination results. Management Accounting (December): 59-61.

National Association of Accountants. 1976. Accreditation of programs and schools of professional accounting. Management Accounting (July): 61.

National Association of Accountants. 1976. Auditors create superhero. Management Accounting (July): 63.

National Association of Accountants. 1976. Corporations doubt usefulness of replacement cost data. Management Accounting (August): 5-6.

National Association of Accountants. 1976. Management accounting terminology. Management Accounting (October): 62.

National Association of Accountants. 1976. President-elect George Gee. Management Accounting (July): 11-13.

National Association of Accountants. 1976. SEC adopts replacement cost. Management Accounting (June): 19-20.

National Association of Accountants. 1976. William B. McCloskey (1902-76). Management Accounting (May): 65. (William B. McCloskey was NAA President from 1950-1951).

National Association of Accountants. 1977. Axelson on New York City crisis. Management Accounting (February): 55-59. Interview with Kenneth S. Axelson.

National Association of Accountants. 1977. Corporate social performance. Management Accounting (June): 69.

National Association of Accountants. 1977. Control of data processing. Management Accounting (July): 66.

National Association of Accountants. 1977. Les Ellis of Armstrong. Management Accounting (July): 13-16.

National Association of Accountants. 1977. Manpower cost and performance measurement. Management Accounting (February): 60-61. Discussion of a 1977 NAA book by Walter B. McFarland.

National Association of Accountants. 1977. Modeling NAA. Management Accounting (November): 55-57.

National Association of Accountants. 1977. Replacement costing: Complying with disclosure requirements. Management Accounting (January): 64-65. Discussion of a 1977 NAA book with this title by O'Connor, Grant and Sollenberger.

National Association of Accountants. 1977. The accounting establishment. Management Accounting (April): 51-54. (Discussion of the Metcalf subcommittee report and list of the Metcalf committee's 16 recommendations).

National Association of Accountants. 1977. The economists. Management Accounting (January): 59 and 66. Book review of Leonard Silk's 1976 book The Economists.

National Association of Accountants. 1977. The use of accounting information in labor negotiations. Management Accounting (April): 62. (Discussion of a 1977 NAA book by John R. Palmer).

National Association of Accountants. 1977. Social responsibility disclosure grows. Management Accounting (May): 56-57, 60.

National Association of Accountants. 1977. Zero-base budgeting. Management Accounting (October): 63.

National Association of Accountants. 1978. Clemens Erdahl NAA president, 1978-79. Management Accounting (July): 13-14.

National Association of Accountants. 1978. How we use NAA's self study program. Management Accounting (June): 64.

National Association of Accountants. 1978. Management accounting and behavior. Management Accounting (August): 62.

National Association of Accountants. 1978. Replacement cost disclosure. Management Accounting (September): 58-59.

National Association of Accountants. 1978. Robert Beyer (1913-78). Management Accounting (June): 53. (President of NAA, 1972-73).

National Association of Accountants. 1978. The lease-purchase decision. Management Accounting (February): 61-62.

National Association of Accountants. 1979. Accreditation of accounting programs at colleges and universities. Management Accounting (November): 58-59.

National Association of Accountants. 1979. A production management system at Boeing. Management Accounting (April): 33-35, 42.

National Association of Accountants. 1979. Challenges confronting the retail industry. Management Accounting (August): 12-14, 21.

National Association of Accountants. 1979. Charles R. Israel, 1898-1979. Management Accounting (November): 29. (President of NAA, 1955-56).

National Association of Accountants. 1979. General Motors gears up for the world market. Management Accounting (June): 13-16.

National Association of Accountants. 1979. Harry E. Howell, 1898-1979. Management Accounting (October): 54. (NAA President, 1941-42).

National Association of Accountants. 1979. MIS in a small company. Management Accounting (April): 51.

National Association of Accountants. 1979. No membership too large - no service too difficult: EDP helps the society of real estate appraisers to service its 19,000 members. Management Accounting (April): 52.

National Association of Accountants. 1979. Proposed funds statements for managers and investors. Management Accounting (June): 56-57.

National Association of Accountants. 1979. The man who watches New York City's bottom line. Management Accounting (October): 13-18.

National Association of Accountants. 1979. ROI and inflation: U.S. Steel president speaks out. Management Accounting (February): 12-16, 28.

National Association of Accountants, Management Practices Committee. 1979. Objectives of financial reporting by nonbusiness organizations. Management Accounting (February): 53-56.

National Association of Accountants. 1980. A woman CPA looks at public accounting. Management Accounting (February): 39-43.

National Association of Accountants. 1980. FAS 33. Management Accounting (March): 58-59.

National Association of Accountants. 1980. Federal regulations and forms review. Management Accounting (June): 48-50.

National Association of Accountants. 1980. Market strategy at Philip Morris involves more than spending money. Management Accounting (January): 12, 14-16.

National Association of Accountants. 1981. Emil 'Bob' Scharff, NAA President, 1981-82. Management Accounting (July): 12-13, 62.

National Association of Accountants. 1981. European accounting ties renewed in NAA visit. Management Accounting (August): 56-57.

National Association of Accountants. 1981. MAP committee promulgates definition of management accounting. Management Accounting (January): 58-59. (Definition).

National Association of Accountants. 1981. NAA executive director targets goals. Management Accounting (February): 28-31, 34-35.

National Association of Accountants. 1981. Small businesses: Are you getting the credit you need? Management Accounting (December): 62, 70.

National Association of Accountants. 1981. Time off: Holey moley! Sugarman takes on the FTC. Management Accounting (August): 64.

National Association of Accountants. 1981. Time off: The perils of whistle blowing. Management Accounting (April): 61.

National Association of Accountants. 1981. The Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981. Management Accounting (October): 14-15, 18.

National Association of Accountants. 1981. W. M. Young, Jr. honored. Management Accounting (January): 54-55.

National Association of Accountants. 1982. Philip J. Warner (1891-1981). Management Accounting (May): 65. (NAA president 1956-57).

National Association of Accountants. 1982. Objectives of management accounting. Management Accounting (November): 57-59. (MAP Committee Statement No. 1B).

National Association of Accountants. 1982. The costs of implementing FAS no. 33. Management Accounting (January): 71 and 49.

National Association of Accountants. 1983. NAA annual report, 1982-83. Management Accounting (October): 37-53.

National Association of Accountants. 1983. NAA's pension conference. Management Accounting (June): 63-65.

National Association of Accountants. 1983. NAA publishes first code of ethics for management accountants. Management Accounting (September): 68.

National Association of Accountants. 1983. Standards of ethical conduct for management accountants. Management Accounting (September): 69-70.

National Association of Accountants. 1983. The mergers and acquisition game: Strategy or 'chance'? Management Accounting (January): 23.

National Association of Accountants. 1984. NAA annual report, 1983-84. Management Accounting (October): 71-90.

National Association of Accountants. 1984. Facts about FASB. Management Accounting (January): 62-65.

National Association of Accountants. 1984. Seattle '84: Understanding change. Management Accounting (March): 67-68.

National Association of Accountants. 1984. Standards of ethical conduct for management accountants. Management Accounting (August): 66.

National Association of Accountants. 1984. Statement on management accounting, no. 4A - Cost of capital. Management Accounting (November): 68-74.

National Association of Accountants. 1984. The NAA video network. Management Accounting (December): 67-69.

National Association of Accountants. 1985. Annual report, 1984-85. Management Accounting (October): 77-96.

National Association of Accountants. 1985. Definition and measurement of direct labor cost. Management Accounting (October): 67-69.

National Association of Accountants. 1985. Jack Vavasour - Mister NAA (1920-85). Management Accounting (November): 68-69.

National Association of Accountants. Management Practices Committee. 1985. Statement of management accounting No. 4b - Allocation of service and administrative costs. Management Accounting (September): 54-60.

National Association of Accountants. 1985. Open house at 10 Paragon Drive. Management Accounting (August): 72-73.

National Association of Accountants. 1986. GASB/FASB round table. Management Accounting (November): 74-75.

National Association of Accountants. 1986. Management accounting's PC package review. Management Accounting (January): 57-58, 60-65,68-70, 72-75.

National Association of Accountants. Management Practices Committee. 1986. Cost accounting for the 1990's. Management Accounting (July): 58.

National Association of Accountants. Management Practices Committee. 1986. NAA issues SMA 1D: The common body of knowledge for management accountants. Management Accounting (August): 51-61.

National Association of Accountants. 1986. NAA issues SMA 4E: Definition and measurement of direct material cost. Management Accounting (September): 65-68.

National Association of Accountants. 1986. SMA 4D - Measuring entity performance. Management Accounting (March): 53-58.

National Association of Accountants. 1986. NAA publishes common body of knowledge. Management Accounting (August): 56-61.

National Association of Accountants. 1987. SMA 4F, Allocation of information systems costs. Management Accounting (February): 56-57.

National Association of Accountants. 1987. SMA 4G: Accounting for indirect production costs. Management Accounting (June): 43-49.

National Association of Accountants. 1988. Accountants television network. Management Accounting (March): 37-38.

National Association of Accountants. 1988. NAA annual report. Management Accounting (October): 65-86.

National Association of Accountants. 1988. SMA 1E: Education for careers in management accounting. Management Accounting (February): 60-63.

National Association of Accountants. 1988. SMA 4H: Uses of the cost of capital. Management Accounting (January): 55-58.

National Association of Accountants. 1988. Standards of ethical conduct for management accountants. Management Accounting (August): 28.

National Association of Accountants. 1989. NAA annual report. Management Accounting (October): AR-1-AR-24.

National Association of Accountants. 1989. Nominating committee report. Management Accounting (May): 55-61.

National Association of Accountants. 1989. PC package review. Management Accounting (April): 46-53.

National Association of Accountants. 1989. Treadway roundtable. Management Accounting (March): 22-26.

National Association of Accountants. 1990. 'I count' Jim Corboy of Dresser Industries. Management Accounting (December): 48.

National Association of Accountants. 1990. NAA annual report. Management Accounting (October): AR-1-AR-25.

National Association of Accountants. 1990. Nominating committee report. Management Accounting (May): 63-70.

National Association of Accountants. 1990. PC package review. Management Accounting (January): 50-56.

National Association of Accountants. 1990. Standards of Ethical Conduct for management accountants. Management Accounting (February): 21.

National Association of Accountants. 1990. Walter Wriston: Are accountants on target? Management Accounting (December): 19-23.

National Association of Accountants. 1991. Nominating committee report. Management Accounting (May): 53-59.

Needles, B. E. Jr. 1971. Budgeting techniques: Subjective to probabilistic. Management Accounting (December): 39-45.

Nelms, L. L. and D. L. Crouse. 1989. CFO's headache: Surety bonds. Management Accounting (October): 39-43. (Related to construction companies).

Nelson, J. H. 1973. Behavioral implications of internal auditing. Management Accounting (October): 52-56.

Nelson, R. B. 1995. Motivating employees with informal awards. Management Accounting (November): 30-34.

Nelson, T. G. 1987. Post-retirement benefits: The tip of the financial iceberg. Management Accounting (January): 52-55.

Nelson, W. D. 1981. A guide to accounting for costs of discontinued operations. Management Accounting (April): 43-48.

Nelson, W. G. IV. 1966. Two cost-of-capital standards? Management Accounting (May): 29-32.

Nestor, J. 1979. How cost accountants can improve public housing programs. Management Accounting (October): 40-42.

Nestor, O. W. and A. J. Riddell. 1979. A home health care agency cures itself. Management Accounting (July): 15-20.

Neth, J. T. 1966. Program budgets for a marketing group. Management Accounting (June): 8-17.

Neuhauser, W. E. and D. H. Bradford. 1967. Should you file a consolidated return - Revisited. Management Accounting (July): 33-42.

Neumann, B. R. and D. C. Landagora. 1982. Measuring divisional performance for an oil company. Management Accounting (March): 41-45.

Nevling, R. E. 1970. Records and procedures for joint pole use. Management Accounting (June): 44-46.

Newell, G. E. 1972. Should humans be reported as assets? Management Accounting (December): 13-16.

Newell, G. E. and J. G. Kreuze. 1987. Improving the audit process. Management Accounting (August): 56-59.

Newkirk, T. 1982. Improving financial information systems in local government. Management Accounting (January): 23-28, 35.

Newlon, J. O. 1966. The total system. Management Accounting (July): 57-58.

Newman, R. G. 1989. Determining the fair price. Management Accounting (June): 27-31.

Newmark, R. H. 1966. "Gross-up" of foreign dividends. Management Accounting (January): 47-54.

Newton, D. P. 1968. Computer impact on standard costs. Management Accounting (December): 24-27.

Newton, F. J. 1986. Restoring public confidence in government contractors. Management Accounting (June): 51-55.

Newton, F. J. 1992. Coordinated audits. Management Accounting (March): 36-39.

Newton, G. W. 1976. Management accountant: Catalyst for change. Management Accounting (July): 52-56.

Newell, G. E., J. G. Kreuze and S. J. Newell. 1990. Accounting for hazardous waste. Management Accounting (May): 58-61.

Nichols, D. R. 1969. PPBS: A challenge to non-profit accounting. Management Accounting (November): 12-13.

Nichols, G. E. 1969. On the nature of management information. Management Accounting (April): 9-13.

Nichols, G. E. 1971. Accounting and the total information system. Management Accounting (March): 27-30.

Nichols, J. R. 1966. An accounts payable application of EDP. Management Accounting (March): 17-33.

Nielsen, O. 1967. Canons for line of business reporting. Management Accounting (August): 3-7.

Nielsen, O. 1969. The nature and importance of variances from standard cost of production. Management Accounting (January): 16-20.

Nielsen, O. 1969. The role of variance in managerial control. Management Accounting (October): 26-28.

Nikolai, L. A., J. D. Bazley and R. L. Brummet. 1976. The measurement of corporate environmental activity. Management Accounting (June): 38-40.

Niles, T. J. and R. H. Dowis Jr. 1974. Accounting for new plant construction. Management Accounting (July): 35-44.

Noble, D. E. 1970. "We need a second industrial revolution". Management Accounting (March): 54-56.

Nodar, A. L. 1986. Coca-Cola writes an accounting procedures manual. Management Accounting (October): 52-53. (Related to their multinational accounting offices reporting in a standard way).

Noltemeyer, V. E. 1970. Cost accounting practices in the wood conversion industry. Management Accounting (November): 45-48.

Nordby, D. B. 1970. Controlling and estimating labor costs in the construction industry. Management Accounting (May): 23-25.

Norgaard, R. L. and R. H. Pettway. 1966. Evaluating average ratios used in capital budgeting. Management Accounting (December): 16-20.

Norkiewicz, A. 1994. Nine steps to implementing ABC. Management Accounting (April): 28-33. (The steps include: planning, resolving issues, training, procedural documentation, expense analysis, collecting first-stage drivers, collecting second-stage drivers, automating the process, and management training).

North, P. 1970. An application of direct costing. Management Accounting (January): 48-50.

Nisonger, J. M. and D. J. Trentman. 1974. Accounting week in Dayton. Management Accounting (September): 56-57.

Nommay, D. S. 1993. Doing business with chapter 11 debtors. Management Accounting (September): 53-57.

Norgaard, C. T. 1972. Operational auditing: A part of the control process. Management Accounting (March): 25-28.

Norris, J. C. Jr. 1972. Accountants and engineers: Closing the communications Gap. Management Accounting (December): 17-19, 30.

Novak, F. S. and W. M. Koeblitz. 1984. Pensions: The surprise package in corporate marriage. Management Accounting (January): 50-55.

Novin, A. M. 1992. Applying overhead: How to find the right bases and rates. Management Accounting (March): 40-43. (This author recommends the use of regression analysis to find overhead rates. But Cooper, Kaplan, and Brimson disagree. See my note on this in Chaper 7).

Nusbaum, E. E., A. D. Bailey, Jr. and A. B. Whinston. 1978. Data-base management, accounting, and accountants. Management Accounting (May): 35-38.

Oakleaf, R. B. 1970. The mall: Treasure trove or trap. Management Accounting (June): 41-43.

Oakleaf, R. B. 1972. Retail trade ROI. Management Accounting (October): 25-26, 28.

O'Brien, M. 1995. Going global: What to look for in financial software. Management Accounting (April): 59-60.

O'Brien, M. 1995. The best-of-class solution. Management Accounting (September): 54, 56-57. (Integrating software from more than one vendor).

O'Brien, R. T. 1996. SFAS No. 121 illustrated. Management Accounting (January): 29.

Occhiogrosso, J. J. 1998. Professional employers for small companies. Management Accounting (December): 38-40, 42. (Outsourcing human resource functions).

O'Connell, H. A. 1995. Microsoft's foundation for business. Management Accounting (September): 46, 48-53.

O'Connell, J. F. 1984. How we simplified administrative tasks. Management Accounting (December): 40-44.

O'Connor, M. C. 1977. NAA-Sponsored replacement cost research. Management Accounting (December): 37-42.

O'Connor, N. C. 1977. Initial franchise fee: Revenue recognition. Management Accounting (November): 48-51.

Odom, G. T. 1971. Employee information system. Management Accounting (November): 20-22.

Oehm, J. K. 1973. Controlling professional manpower costs. Management Accounting (March): 31-35. (Describes the engineered operations analysis technique).

O'Guin, M. 1990. Focus the factory with activity-based costing. Management Accounting (February): 36-41.

O'Keefe, H. A. Jr. 1976. Increasing the productivity of local governments. Management Accounting (March): 43-44.

O'Keefe, W. T., L. H. Beard and D. S. O'Keefe. 1986. Are U. S. exporters benefiting from the FSC? Management Accounting (May): 42-47. (FSC refers to foreign sales corporations).

Oliver, L. 1991. Accountants as business partners. Management Accounting (June): 40-42.

Olson, J. and I. Frieze. 1986. Women accountants - Do they earn as much as men? Management Accounting (June): 27-31.

Olson, J. F. 1987. A manager's guide to avoiding insider trading liability. Management Accounting (May): 26-29.

Olson, R. S. 1966. Cost and tax considerations in the small business parent-subsidiary relationship. Management Accounting (June): 44-47.

Olson, R. S. 1971. The franchise agreement. Management Accounting (June): 37-44.

Omlor, J. J. 1970. Management information system for direct planning, forecasting and budgeting. Management Accounting (March): 13-16.

O'Neal, C. H. 1970. Professional service associations: Assets and liabilities. Management Accounting (November): 41-44.

Onis, L. M. 1984. Why go private? Management Accounting (September): 51-54.

Onorato, N. L. 1965. Some limitations of conventional accounting data for managerial decision making. Management Accounting (December): 50-52.

Onsi, M. 1966. Linear programming: An accounting information model. Management Accounting (December): 46-52. (A computerized responsibility accounting system).

Orbach, K. N. and W. D. Samson. 1983. An open letter to congress: Leasing little Lisa. Management Accounting (March): 46-47.

Ordway, N. and J. A. Fouse. 1988. New rules for allocating purchase price of a business. Management Accounting (May): 50-53. (Tax rules).

O'Rourke, T. J. 1990. Independent contractor or employee? Management Accounting (December): 31, 34-36.

Orr, G. W. Jr. 1975. The president's job is easier. Management Accounting (June): 25-26.

Ortman, R. F. and D. D. Blackman. 1981. Corporate planning - How successful is it? Management Accounting (July): 16-20.

Ortner, J. L. 1970. Management: A productive of standby asset. Management Accounting (March): 7-9.

Orton, B. B. and R. D. Bradish. 1969. The treatment and disclosure of research and development expenditures. Management Accounting (July): 31-34.

Osler, P. W. 1971. Long range forecasts: Where do we go from here. Management Accounting (January): 21-23.

Ostalkiewicz, C. J. 1969. Market mix: The key to profitability. Management Accounting (January): 28-30.

Osteryoung, J. S., D. E. McCarty and K. A. Fortin. 1981. How the new cost recovery system compares with prior methods. Management Accounting (November): 13-18, 20.

Ostrenga, M. R. 1990. Activities: The focal point of total cost management. Management Accounting (February): 42-49.

Ott, G. W. 1966. Simplified CPM for contractors. Management Accounting (November): 21-25.

Ottman, E. 1993. Continuing education at smaller companies. Management Accounting (April): 62-64.

Ottolini, K. 1996. OLAP and the controller. Management Accounting (April): 48-49. (Online analytical processing).

Owen, H. H. 1982. How to evaluate your cost accounting department. Management Accounting (March): 29-31.

Owen, L. S. 1986. Partners in the workplace. Management Accounting (December): 53-57. (Employee participation in decision making at Faultless Caster Corporation).

Paden-Bost, P. J. 1982. Making money control a management issue. Management Accounting (November): 48-51.

Pagano, D. F. 1972. The line manager's role in bakery operations. Management Accounting (September): 43-47, 51.

Pagano, D. F. 1974. New cookie development. Management Accounting (August): 37-39.

Pagano, T. G. 1975. Measuring customer profitability in a commercial bank. Management Accounting (May): 43-47.

Page, P. 1972. Reimbursing travel expenses. Management Accounting (November): 38-39, 52.

Paige, K. L. 1992. Do nonprofits use management accounting properly? Management Accounting (January): 56-58.

Pain, G. R. 1966. A case study in auditing a medium scale computer installation. Management Accounting (August): 55-63.

Paioff, M. 1990. On the inside looking out. Management Accounting (January): 44-48. (Related to accounting software).

Palmer, B. T. 1970. Management reports for multiproduct plants. Management Accounting (August): 30-34.

Palmer, R. J. 1994. Reengineering payables at ITT Automotive. Management Accounting (July): 38-42.

Palmer, R. J. and M. Vied. 1998. Could ABC threaten the survival of your company? Management Accounting (November): 33-36. (Summary).

Palmer, R. J., L. D. Green and M. T. Ventura. 1996. Are corporate procurement cards for you? Management Accounting (September): 22-28, 30.

Panaro, J. R. 1967. The future of computerized sales forecasting. Management Accounting (August): 46-48.

Pansza, H. G. 1976. Task-cost analysis on construction in progress. Management Accounting (December): 41-44.

Pansza, H. G. 1978. Tax trade-offs: Investment credit versus depreciation. Management Accounting (February): 27-28.

Paolasini, A. L. 1978. Schools of Accounting: The way of the future. Management Accounting (March): 15-18.

Paraszczak, J. 1978. Accounting Soviet style. Management Accounting (July): 51-56.

Paretta, R. L. and J. E. Collison. 1976. Physical distribution costs: A survey. Management Accounting (July): 45-48.

Parhizgari, A. M., L. Cramer and R. Auster. 1989. Managing excess foreign tax credits. Management Accounting (August): 28-31, 34-35.

Parker, J. N. 1995. Profits and ethics in environmental investments. Management Accounting (October): 52-53.

Parker, L. D. 1978. Management accounting and the corporate environment. Management Accounting (February): 15-20.

Parker, T. and T. Lettes. 1991. Is accounting standing in the way of flexible computer-integrated manufacturing? Management Accounting (January): 34-38.

Parker, W. R. 1968. The impact of the suspension of the 7% investment credit. Management Accounting (February): 51-52.

Parkinson, C. N. 1969. Our overheads are overhigh. Management Accounting (November): 9-11.

Parkinson, P. W. 1971. Investment decision-making: Conventional methods vs. game theory. Management Accounting (September): 13-15, 18.

Parrott, W. H. 1969. The allocation of pension costs to periods of time. Management Accounting (April): 39-42.

Parry, R. W. Jr. 1982. Defining the municipal entity. Management Accounting (September): 50-55.

Parsons, V. A. and G. A. MacDonald. 1970. Standard cost and control system. Management Accounting (November): 19-21, 24.

Partridge, R. W. 1966. Will the real variance, please, stand up. Management Accounting (November): 3-9. (Related to three variance analysis: price, usage and joint).

Partridge, R. W. 1967. A plea for more standards in cost accounting. Management Accounting (May): 8-15. (Related to the practice of ignoring the joint variance).

Pasewark, W. R. and K. S. McCabe. 1988. Preparing and maintaining a budget manual. Management Accounting (May): 33-35.

Pasquinelli, J. L. 1991. FAS 105: Industry perspective. Management Accounting (July): 41-43. (Related to financial risk).

Passage, H. D. and D. A. Fleming. 1980. An integrated approach to internal control reviews. Management Accounting (February): 29-35.

Patchin, P. J. 1972. Estimating property taxes. Management Accounting (October): 39-42.

Patmore, C. W. 1967. Forms control. Management Accounting (April): 20-22.

Patterson, J. R. 1968. Decision making applications of direct cost information. Management Accounting (January): 11-22.

Pattillo, J. W. 1969. A study in instant information. Management Accounting (May): 17-20.

Pattillo, J. W. 1969. Communication through reports. Management Accounting (October): 19-22.

Pattison, D. D. and C. G. Arendt. 1994. Activity-based costing: It doesn't work all the time. Management Accounting (April): 55-61.

Pattison, D. D. and C. J. Teplitz. 1989. Are learning curves still relevant? Management Accounting (February): 37-40. (Calculation of a new learning rate after the adoption of a flexible manufacturing system. New rate % = Old rate % + (1- Old rate %)(L)(R) where: L = proportion of learning attributed solely to direct labor and R = proportion of direct labor being replaced).

Pattison, D. D., J. Caltrider and R. Lutze. 1993. Continuous process improvement at Brooktree. Management Accounting (February): 49-52.

Pattison, F. S. 1973. Accounting for behavior. Management Accounting (April): 13.

Pattinson, W. R. 1974. Excess and obsolete inventory control. Management Accounting (June): 35-37.

Parsons, R. D. 1983. Converting taxes to employee benefits. Management Accounting (October): 54-57.

Paul, T. D. 1977. Employer-sponsored life insurance: What it really costs. Management Accounting (August): 21-29.

Paulsen, N. E. 1983. Software development costs should be capitalized. Management Accounting (November): 40-42.

Pavlinko, J. L. 1993. Paperless payables at Lord. Management Accounting (July): 32-34.

Pavony, W. H. 1969. Budgeting new plant ventures. Management Accounting (March): 35-36, 41.

Peacock, E. 1988. Why erorrs occur in accounting systems. Management Accounting (August): 54-56.

Peacock, E. and P. Harsha. 1989. Auditing accounting estimates. Management Accounting (September): 31-33.

Pearson, D. A, R. E. Seiler and I. R. Weiss. 1982. Why do management accountants feel disliked? Management Accounting (March): 14-19.

Pearson, J. A. 1986. Paragon pricing. Management Accounting (June): 41-42.

Peavey, D. E. 1990. Battle at the GAAP? It's time for a change. Management Accounting (February): 31-35.

Peavey, D. E. and S. K. Webster. 1990. Is GAAP the gap to international markets? Management Accounting (August): 31-35.

Pederson, M. and G. A. Lidgerding. 1995. Pay-for-performance in a service firm. Management Accounting (November): 40-43.

Pederson, R. B. 1991. Weyerhaeuser: Streamlining payroll. Management Accounting (October): 38-41.

Peirce, R. F. 1966. Changes in management methods resulting from advanced EDP systems. Management Accounting (April): 9-15.

Peirce, R. F. 1966. A resource system for property administration. Management Accounting (December): 27-33.

Peirce, R. F. 1968. Managing an information systems activity. Management Accounting (September): 23-28.

Pelfrey, S. and C. J. Hobson. 1984. Keeping employees physically fit can be cost efficient. Management Accounting (June): 39-43.

Peloubet, M. E. 1966. Depreciation or capital allowance? Management Accounting (April): 40-42.

Pemberton, N. R., L. Arumugam and N. H. Ccea. 1996. ABM at Dayton Technologies: From obstacles to opportunities. Management Accounting (March): 20, 22, 24-27.

People are capital investments at R. G. Barry Corp. 1971. Management Accounting (November): 53-55.

Peraino, V. C. 1997. Year 2000 problem: Is your company exposed? Management Accounting (October): 38-40.

Perille, P. J. and F. J. Saathoff. 1978. Why not project financing? Management Accounting (October): 13-16, 22.

Perkins, B. D. 1982. Internal control for the small business. Management Accounting (February): 43-44, 59.

Perna, G. D. 1968. Inventory systems simulation - A case study. Management Accounting (July): 50-54.

Perna, G. D. 1972. Contractor performance measurement. Management Accounting (November): 23-24, 28.

Perry, C. 1975. Computerized estimating. Management Accounting (January): 37-42.

Perry, D. M. 1970. So you want a small computer! Management Accounting (November): 29-31.

Perry, L. and K. E. Deitemeyer. 1977. Anatomy of a socio-economic program. Management Accounting (June): 63-66.

Peters, R. D. 1972. Distributor profit measurement. Management Accounting (August): 47-48.

Petersen, R. J. 1973. Price-level changes and company wealth. Management Accounting (February): 17-20.

Peterson, C. 1984. More perils of automation fever. Management Accounting (November): 47-48.

Peterson, N. D. 1970. Error control in EDP systems. Management Accounting (November): 34-36.

Peterson, P. G. 1972. Productivity is not a dirty word. Management Accounting (September): 57-59.

Peterson, R. H. and A. Zahorsky. 1988. Telephone industry develops new cost standards. Management Accounting (December): 47-49.

Peterson, S. E. 1972. Accounting for human resources. Management Accounting (June): 19-22.

Pethick, D. W. and W. H. Berry. 1965. Standard data in work measurement. Management Accounting (October): 41.

Petravick, S. and J. Gillett. 1996. Financial reporting on the world wide web. Management Accounting (July): 26-29.

Petravick, S. and J. W. Gillett. 1998. Distributing earnings reports on the internet. Management Accounting (October): 54-56.

Petri, E. 1969. Use of capitalized cost in repeated replacement problems. Management Accounting (September): 49-53. (Related to lease versus purchase decisions).

Petri, E. 1973. Sales to controlled corporations. Management Accounting (August): 42-44.

Petri, E. 1974. Income reporting and APB opinion no. 18. Management Accounting (December): 49-52.

Petri, E. and R. Minch. 1972. Capacity variance: Responsibility and control. Management Accounting (April): 38-41.

Pflumm, R. 1993. Is mark-to-market accounting a threat to U.S. competitiveness? Management Accounting (August): 55-57.

Phelps, J. W. 1967. Federal income taxes and the return on investment concept. Management Accounting (March): 10-11.

Phillips, A. and D. E. Collins. 1990. How Borg-Warner made the transition from pile accounting to JIT. Management Accounting (October): 32-35.

Phillips, M. E., C. E. Brown and N. L. Nielson. 1990. Using expert systems for personal financial planning. Management Accounting (September): 29-33.

Phillips, T. E. and M. E. Droege. 1984. Maximizing cash in decentralized organizations. Management Accounting (August): 38-42.

Philo, P. 1970. The savings game. Management Accounting (February): 28-30.

Pidock, W. L. 1970. Accounting for net salvage. Management Accounting (December): 49-52.

Pierce, H. 1975. Leasing and the lessee. Management Accounting (December): 33-36.

Pillin, D. A. 1977. Credit by exception: A cash management tool. Management Accounting (July): 40-42.

Piper, R. M. 1976. Engineering standards and standard costs. Management Accounting (September): 44-46, 52. (Piper discusses standard time, time study, work sampling, and predetermined time standards based on therbligs (i.e., elements of a manual operation or task), and recommends the use of SPC in variance analysis).

Pipkin, A. 1989. The 21st century controller. Management Accounting (February): 21-25.

Pipkin, J. B. II. 1970. Put your banker to work. Management Accounting (February): 42-44.

Piron, S. F. 1980. Restoring business information controls. Management Accounting (December): 53-54.

Pirrong, G. D. 1987. New rules for long-term construction projects. Management Accounting (December): 48-52.

Pirrong, G. D. and D. Koeppen. 1993. How to avoid bankruptcy. Management Accounting (February): 35, 38-40.

Pitre, R. 1980. Toward the development of a hospital MIS profile. Management Accounting (April): 47-53.

Pittman, C. R. 1973. Organizational behavior and the management accountant. Management Accounting (July): 25-26.

Pius, W. B. 1976. Inventory writedowns to NRV: A general model. Management Accounting (May): 49-52.

Plaza, T. J. and M. M. K. Fleming. 1987. Cost account directive - An effective management tool. Management Accounting (May): 49-54. (A document used to control jobs according to tasks, schedules and budgets).

Pleak, R. E. 1977. An analysis of the FASB's treatment of foreign currency translation. Management Accounting (September): 29-32.

Plewa, F. J. and B. T. Friedlob. 1989. Are GAAP statements worth it? Management Accounting (January): 55-57. (Discussion of a continuum of reporting choices for small business. Level 1 = Cash basis. Level 2 = Federal Income Tax basis. Level 3 = Full accrual. Level 4 = Full accrual with footnote disclosures of GAAP departures. Level 5 = Full accrual GAAP statements for private companies. Level 6 = Full accrual GAAP statements for public companies).

Plewa, F. J. and G. T. Friedlob. 1989. Profile of the female CMA. Management Accounting (July): 52-54.

Poe, C. D. and R. E. Viator. 1989. A tale of two networks. Management Accounting (May): 46-49. (LANs or Xenix).

Poe, C. D., G. J. Dillon and K. Day. 1988. Replacing fixed assets in the construction industry. Management Accounting (August): 39-43.

Poe, G. D. and L. E. Mechem. 1983. How total factor productivity works. Management Accounting (June): 44-46.

Pomeroy, R. S. 1976. Credit unions: Banking by the people. Management Accounting (February): 53-54.

Pond, J. D. 1977. Capitalizing leased assets. Management Accounting (January): 45-47.

Pond, J. D. 1986. Personal financial planning. Management Accounting (December): 29-33.

Porter, G. L. and M. D. Akers. 1987. In defense of management accounting. Management Accounting (November): 58-62.

Posey, J. M. 1976. Professional schools of accountancy: A promising alternative. Management Accounting (January): 15-17.

Possett, R. W. 1980. Measuring productive costs in the service sector. Management Accounting (October): 16-24.

Potts, N. J. 1977. Accounting for a public television station. Management Accounting (November): 30-33, 38.

Pouliot, J. S. 1991. 401(k) plans: 'Time's on your side'. Management Accounting (April): 35.

Pouliot, J. S. 1991. Mergers in the '90s: Getting back to basics. Management Accounting (March): 24-26.

Pouliot, J. S. 1991. What a difference an hour makes. Management Accounting (May): 34-35.

Powell, R. M. 1968. Arts and sciences vs. business administration as a source of accounting staff. Management Accounting (January): 7.

Poznanski, P. J. 1994. Big help for small businesses. Management Accounting (August): 53-56. (Manufacturing technology centers or MTCs transfer advanced manufacturing technology to small and mid-sized businesses).

Prakash, S. and J. E. Cisney. 1970. Appraisal and evaluation of internal financial reports. Management Accounting (January): 19-24.

Pratt, R. R. 1971. Wanted: Management accountants for U.S. orchestras. Management Accounting (January): 24-25.

Prenger, A. J. 1972. Divisional controllership. Management Accounting (November): 29-32.

Preston, P. 1991. How to negotiate with tough people. Management Accounting (April): 49-51.

Preston, R. J. and A. M. Adamek. 1983. Who's minding the tax department? Management Accounting (May): 24-27.

Price, W. S. Jr. and E. J. Neppl. 1966. Automated inventory control. Management Accounting (October): 52-58.

Pridemore, C. 1983. Houston '83: New horizons for management accountants. Management Accounting (May): 63, 65.

Pridemore, C. 1983. Software: Expense or capitalize? Management Accounting (November): 33-36.

Pridemore, C. 1984. A new era for operating and financial management - NAA's 5th annual controller's conference. Management Accounting (January): 66-69.

Pritchett, J. C. 1975. Cost control in a logging operation. Management Accounting (September): 51-53.

Prouty, M. D. Jr. 1971. The business environment: How shall we account for it? Management Accounting (April): 18-19, 24.

Prudden, D. W. 1965. A more-informative payroll deduction register. Management Accounting (October): 37-43.

Pryor, J. 1983. What the small business owner should know about accounting. Management Accounting (May): 42-45.

Pryor, L. J. 1970. Profit planning with probabilities. Management Accounting (April): 32-35, 39.

Puerta, R. 1977. Discount rates: Adjusted for time and risk. Management Accounting (April): 35-40.

Purdy, C. R. and D. E. Ricketts. 1974. Analysis of rate, efficiency, and utilization variances. Management Accounting (November): 49-52.

Pushkin, A. B. and B. W. Morris. 1997. Understanding financial EDI. Management Accounting (November): 42-46.

Pyle, R. L. 1967. Depreciation-accounting concept or political tool? Management Accounting (February): 49-51.

Quackenbush, J. E. 1969. A comment on the undergraduate accounting curriculum. Management Accounting (April): 20.

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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.

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