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Tallent, W. J. 1974. Cash management: A case study. Management Accounting (July): 20-24.

Tallia, C. P. D., M. T. Judd and D. D. Pattison. 1996. GAPV: A new approach to joint venture investments. Management Accounting (August): 40-42, 44-46. (The generalized adjusted present value method).

Tang, R. Y. W. 1992. Transfer pricing in the 1990s. Management Accounting (February): 22-26.

Tang, R. Y. W., C. K. Walter and R. H. Raymond. 1979. Transfer pricing - Japanese vs. American style. Management Accounting (January): 12-16.

Tanju, M. N. and K. J. Mory. 1982. How South Central Bell handles inflation accounting. Management Accounting (July): 54-58.

Tatikonda, L. U. 1987. Production managers need a course in cost accounting. Management Accounting (June): 26-29.

Tatikonda, L. U. 1992. Promoting the CMA: How one professor led 18 students on the CMA track. Management Accounting (April): 64-66.

Tatikonda, L. U. 1993. JIT can save accounting education. Management Accounting (December): 53-55. (Uses a fishbone diagram to identify the causes of quality problems in accounting education).

Tatikonda, L. U. and R. J. Tatikonda. 1998. We need dynamic performance measures. Management Accounting (September): 49-53. (Summary).

Tatikonda, L. U., D. O'Brien and R. J. Tatikonda. 1999. Succeeding with 80/20 rule. Management Accounting (February): 40-44. (Discussion of a company that tried ABC and dropped it for the Pareto 80/20 rule and JIT).

Taussig, R. A. and W. L. Shaw. 1985. Accounting for productivity: A practical approach. Management Accounting (May): 48-52.

Taylor, D. H. 1968. Technological or economic obsolescence: Computer purchase vs. lease. Management Accounting (September): 49-52.

Taylor, J. 1999. Fitting enterprise software in smaller companies. Management Accounting (February): 36-39.

Taylor, J. M. 1968. Pitfalls and your first computer. Management Accounting (March): 15-22.

Taylor, J. R. 1978. Liquidation of LIFO inventories. Management Accounting (April): 13-16.

Teck, A. 1970. Financial planning in nations with fluctuating currencies. Management Accounting (January): 25-28.

Teck, A. 1978. Beyond FAS no. 8: Defining other exposures. Management Accounting (December): 54-57.

Templeton, J. W. 1992. 59 year old grandfather, CMA. Management Accounting (April): 46.

Terborgh, E. 1969. Evaluation of investment center performance. Management Accounting (March): 42-46.

Terbrueggen, J. E. 1986. Can a central cash pool work for transfer pricing? Management Accounting (July): 31-33.

Terre, N. C., D. W. Warnke and A. P. Ameiss. 1973. Cost/benefit analysis of public projects. Management Accounting (January): 34-37.

Test, D. L., J. D. Hawley and M. F. Cortright. 1987. Determining strategic value. Management Accounting (June): 39-42.

Tewes, J. A. 1976. Valuing bank funds for allocation and pricing decisions. Management Accounting (November): 27-33.

Thomas, D. R. 1969. On reliability strategy in electronic data processing. Management Accounting (January): 39-42.

Thomas, D. R. 1970. Data processing service bureaus. Management Accounting (March): 25-27, 34.

Thomas, M. F. and J. T. Mackey. 1994. Activity-based cost variances for just-in-times. Management Accounting (April): 49-54.

Thomas, P. B. and J. L. Hagler. 1987. Induced conversions of convertible debt: Beware of the pitfalls. Management Accounting (June): 52-55.

Thomas, R. E. 1978. Government fantasy or economic reality? Management Accounting (September): 21-27.

Thomley, W. L. 1967. Reports control - A useful cost reduction tool. Management Accounting (April): 23-24.

Thomsen, C. J. 1969. Management systems in a growth company. Management Accounting (January): 12-13, 15.

Thomsen, C. T. 1984. Dangers in discounting. Management Accounting (January): 37-39.

Thor, C. G. 1983. Planning your productivity efforts. Management Accounting (June): 28-32.

Thrun, W. J. 1973. A systems approach to cash flow determination. Management Accounting (February): 29-31.

Tidwell, V. H. 1968. Collecting investment credit data. Management Accounting (September): 55-58.

Tierney, C. E. 1990. A second opinion: The AICPA's proposal for federal accounting reform - 'It's on the mark'. Management Accounting (November): 53-55.

Tierno, A. R. 1991. Teaching quality: Lessons from Alcoa. Management Accounting (August): 27-30.

Tietze, A. R. and D. R. Shaw. 1986. OPUS: A new concept for mastering cost. Management Accounting (August): 27-31. (OPUS refers to optimum performance using synthesis).

Tipgos, M. A. 1976. A case against the social audit. Management Accounting (November): 23-26.

Tipgos, M. A. 1976. Reporting corporate performance in the social sphere. Management Accounting (August): 15-18.

Tipgos, M. A. and R. P. Crum. 1982. Applying management accounting concepts to the health care industry. Management Accounting (July): 37-43.

Tipgos, M. A., J. R. Holmes and G. H. Lander. 1983. The management accountant today: A status report. Management Accounting (November): 53-57.

Toussaint, J. R. 1970. The problem with hospital accounting. Management Accounting (November): 37-40.

Towey, J. F. 1988. What is a cost driver? Management Accounting (January): 62.

Towey, J. F. 1988. Inventory shortages. Management Accounting (December): 52-53.

Towey, J. F. 1988. What are quality costs? Management Accounting (March): 40.

Towles, M. F. 1974. Leases and the relevant APB opinions. Management Accounting (May): 37-41.

Towles, M. F. and K. H. Silex. 1975. Dollar-value LIFO and its effect on profits. Management Accounting (July): 27-29.

Townsend, P. G. 1987. Tax accounting in an era of tax reform. Management Accounting (March): 26-31.

Toy, J. H. 1972. Controlling sales goods inventory. Management Accounting (September): 48-51.

Toy, J. H. 1976. Banking relations and short-term cash management. Management Accounting (August): 24-28.

Toy, J. H. 1978. Responsibility accounting: A practical application. Management Accounting (January): 23-26.

Traeger, F. H. 1966. Plant accounting in the apparel industry. Management Accounting (April): 43-50.

Trantanella, C. J. Jr. 1972. Group dynamics. Management Accounting (November): 25-28.

Trapani, C. S. 1982. Six critical areas in the budgeting process. Management Accounting (November): 52-56.

Treacy, J. E. 1977. For direct costing in the steel industry. Management Accounting (June): 44-46.

Treadway, J. C. 1986. The national commission on fraudulent reporting: An update. Management Accounting (September): 24-27.

Tripp, T. W. and L. A. Robinson. 1983. The how and why of the acquisition decision. Management Accounting (July): 48-53.

Troester, J. R. 1974. A hobby - Or tax shelter? Management Accounting (November): 31-32.

Trout, R. K., M. M. Tanner and L. Nicholas. 1993. On track with direct cash flow. Management Accounting (July): 23-27.

Troy, M. F. 1970. Value added by manufacture. Management Accounting (October): 51-54.

Troxel, R. B. 1968. Profit analysis in the grain merchandising industry. Management Accounting (December): 30-32.

Trueger, P. M. 1969. Truth in defense contract pricing (PL 87-653). Management Accounting (April): 52-54.

Trueger, P. M. 1973. Contract termination and unabsorbed overhead. Management Accounting (February): 38-40.

Truitt, J. F. and T. R. Nunamaker. 1987. Self-insurance should be accrued. Management Accounting (March): 62-65.

Tsaklanganos, A. A. 1978. Peers, persuasion, and horizontal management. Management Accounting (August): 33-37.

Tsay, B. 1989. Speeding up securities transactions with EDI. Management Accounting (August): 43-47.

Tsay, B. 1997. What did you do to the system? Management Accounting (March): 53-54, 56, 58. (Four case studies of disastrous system installations).

Tsay, B. and J. R. J. Steverson. 1991. Post merger: Integrating the accounting system. Management Accounting (January): 20-23.

Tsay, B., Y. Chu and Y. Xie. 1996. A healthcare alliance automates claims processing. Management Accounting (September): 37-42.

Tsay, J. J. 1977. Human resource accounting: A need for relevance. Management Accounting (March): 33-36.

Tse, P. S. 1979. Evaluating performance in multinationals. Management Accounting (June): 21-25.

Tsui, W. W. 1979. Inflation accounting and foreign currency translation. Management Accounting (September): 23, 26-31.

Tuckerman, B. 1965. Reporting foreign dividends. Management Accounting (November): 51-55.

Tuckerman, B. 1968. Reporting the results of foreign currency fluctuation. Management Accounting (April): 21-27.

Turner, M. A. 1993. Accounting for inventory in a reorganization or liquidation. Management Accounting (February): 29-32.

Turner, M. A. 1993. Service businesses: Are supplies really inventory? Management Accounting (December): 33-35, 38. (Tax related).

Turner, M. A. and R. J. Thornton. 1996. Foreign sales corporations: A great investment for IRAs. Management Accounting (October): 37-38, 40-41. (Tax benefits for IRAs of the shareholders of the exporting company).

Turney, P. B. B. 1992. Activity-based management. Management Accounting (January): 20-25.

Turney, P. B. B. 1993. Beyond TQM with workforce activity-based management. Management Accounting (September): 28-31.

Turney, P. B. B. and A. J. Stratton. 1992. Using ABC to support continuous improvement. Management Accounting (September): 46-50.

Turpen, R. A. and F. M. Messina. 1997. Fraud prevention and the management accountant. Management Accounting (February): 34-37.

Tyran, M. R. 1966. Mechanical verification of accounting data input. Management Accounting (February): 36-48.

Tyran, M. R. 1966. STARFIRE - An advanced financial information system. Management Accounting (May): 3-16.

Tyran, M. R. 1967. Management information technology in the space age. Management Accounting (April): 3-13.

Tyran, M. R. 1968. Computerized financial data banks: Transition from conceptual design to reality. Management Accounting (September): 36-43.

Tyran, M. R. 1969. Computerized communication and control of backlog commitments: The 'lifeblood' of an organizations survival. Management Accounting (November): 23-30.

Tyran, M. R. 1970. Computerized cost accumulation - A must for management's effectiveness. Management Accounting (June): 27-33.

Tyran, M. R. 1971. A computerized decision-simulator model. Management Accounting (March): 19-26.

Tyran, M. R. 1972. Simulator model applications. Management Accounting (October): 13-18.

Tyran, M. R. 1973. A financial projection plan. Management Accounting (July): 19-23, 28.

Tyson, T. and A. T. Sadhwani. 1988. Bar codes speed factory floor reporting. Management Accounting (April): 41-46.

Tyson, T. N. 1987. Quality & profitability: Have controllers made the connection? Management Accounting (November): 38-42.

Tyson, T. N. 1988. A government cost control program for private industry. Management Accounting (July): 55-58.

Uhl, F. S. 1980. Automated capital investment decisions. Management Accounting (April): 41-46.

Underwood, J. G. 1971. Let's all fight inflation. Management Accounting (September): 59-60.

Umapathy, S. 1987. How successful firms budget. Management Accounting (February): 25-27.

Unger, F. J. 1978. Indexing the progressive tax system. Management Accounting (October): 55-57.

Ureel, W. L. 1973. Nuclear fuel accounting. Management Accounting (July): 14-16, 24.

Usry, M. F. 1966. A capital expenditure framework - Underlying conditions. Management Accounting (January): 45-46.

Vanas, D. J. 1992. Nexus. Management Accounting (March): 54-55. (Related to a business entity's relationship with a state (nexus) for tax purposes).

Van Breda, M. F. 1981. Capital budgeting using terminal values. Management Accounting (July): 42-48.

Vance, G. R. 1968. Inventory simulation: Concepts, implementation and benefits. Management Accounting (July): 43-49.

Vander Weele, R. 1976. An MBO perspective on controllership. Management Accounting (August): 13-14.

Vander Weele, R. 1981. Is this merger right for you? Management Accounting (March): 35-36, 39, 47.

Vander Weele, R. 1985. Catching China fever: A management accountant's perspective. Management Accounting (October): 19-25, 74.

Vanecek, M. T. 1978. An overview of decision theory for management accountants. Management Accounting (January): 41-48.

Vangermeersch, R. 1977. An improved income statement. Management Accounting (January): 29-33.

Vangermeersch, R. 1981. Let's recognize dissent in standard-making. Management Accounting (September): 53-59.

Vangermeersch, R. 1987. Renewing our heritage: Ten reasons why management accountants should study the classic accounting articles. Management Accounting (July): 47-49. (Summary).

Vangermeersch, R. 1994. Present at the creation. Management Accounting (June): 38-41.

Vangermeersch, R. 1997. Managerial accounting needs a philosophical base. Management Accounting (June): 45-47. (Proposed general principles for a theoretical framework for managerial accounting).

Vangermeersch, R. and W. T. Brosnan. 1985. Enhancing revenues via distribution cost control. Management Accounting (August): 56-60.

VanGundy, S. E. 1973. Cost accounting standards and the management accountant. Management Accounting (September): 51-54.

Van Loon, R. F. 1969. Dialogue makes the difference between accountant and management. Management Accounting (October): 16-18.

Van Pelt, J. V. III. 1967. Post audit of capital expenditures. Management Accounting (November): 33-40.

Van Pelt, J. V. III. 1968. Some basic rules for property accounting in manufacturing companies. Management Accounting (May): 47-54.

Van Pelt, J. V. III. 1969. Accounting for acquisitions: What should be done. Management Accounting (February): 16-18.

Van Pelt, J. V. III. 1969. Developing financial executives. Management Accounting (April): 18-19.

Van Pelt, J. V. III. 1970. Interim reporting of financial statements. Management Accounting (February): 9-13.

Van Pelt, J. V. III. 1972. The future of accepted accounting principles. Management Accounting (March): 15-20.

Van Pelt, J. V. III. 1974. Accounting for future losses. Management Accounting (May): 25-29.

Van Pelt, J. V. III. 1974. The social costs of social benefits. Management Accounting (October): 11-14, 26.

Van Pelt, J. V. III. 1975. Materiality. Management Accounting (June): 13-15, 24.

Van Sickle, R. W. and S. L. Mendus. 1984. Producing financial statements faster. Management Accounting (August): 58-61.

Van Tatenhove, J. M. 1969. Managing indirect costs in the aerospace industry. Management Accounting (September): 36-42, 48.

Van Valkenburg, M. 1974. Foreign income and the internal revenue code. Management Accounting (June): 18-22.

Van Zante, N. R. 1980. Educating management accountants: What do CMAs think? Management Accounting (August): 18-21.

Varrone, J. E. and V. E. Palmeri Jr. 1979. EDP finds a home at North Haven. Management Accounting (April): 49-50.

Vasarhelyi, M. A. and L. Graham. 1997. Cybersmart: Education and the internet. Management Accounting (August Supplement): 32-36.

Vatter, W. J. 1965. When are "equivalent annuities" equivalent? Management Accounting (September): 22-26.

Vatter, W. J. 1968. Continuous discounting and the force of interest. Management Accounting (August): 51-54.

Vaughan, R. A. 1978. This hospital service forecasts inflation for its fiscal health. Management Accounting (December): 44-47.

Vaughn, D. E. 1972. Sales forecasting. Management Accounting (March): 39-41.

Vaughn, D. E. and R. W. Melicher. 1974. Capitalizing net lease rentals. Management Accounting (January): 27-33.

Vavasour, J. E. 1965. The third generation computers - New tools for management. Management Accounting (October): 3-6.

Vendig, R. E. 1973. A three-part transfer price. Management Accounting (September): 33-36.

Vercio, A. 1993. What organization are you accounting for? Management Accounting (December): 39-42. (Discussion of three organization structures: product, function, and business process).

Vercio, A. P. 1988. Who is the customer? Management Accounting (November): 50-52.

Vermont, P. A. 1968. Is your production plan realistic? Management Accounting (November): 27-28.

Vernon, T. H. 1972. Capital budgeting and the evaluation process. Management Accounting (October): 19-24.

Verschoor, C. C. 1990. Readers respond to accounting ethics case study. Management Accounting (July): 53-55.

Verschoor, C. C. 1992. Evaluating outsourcing of internal auditing. Management Accounting (February): 27-30.

Verschoor, C. C. 1993. U.K. expands role of audit committees. Management Accounting (December): 44-47.

Verschoor, C. C. 1997. Principles build profits. Management Accounting (October): 42-46. (Survey related to the correlation between ethics codes and profits).

Vincenzo, J. J. 1978. Replacement cost data: What do you do with it? Management Accounting (June): 22-26.

Vinicombe, K. J. 1997. Proactive management accounting for international business. Management Accounting (August): 42-45.

Vitale, M. R. and S. C. Mavrinac. 1995. How effective is your performance measurement system? If any of seven warning signs exist, redesign your system. Management Accounting (August): 43-47.

Vitalone, J. W. 1978. Replacement cost accounting: A study of its effect on growth and cyclical stock characteristics. Management Accounting (March): 27-29.

Volk, D. A. 1980. Managing accounts receivable - Systematically. Management Accounting (July): 46-51.

Volkan, A. and J. Rue. 1985. The case against deferred taxes. Management Accounting (March): 30-35.

Volkan, A. G. 1980. National economic planning: Challenge for the 80s. Management Accounting (September): 36-40.

Volkan, A. G. 1982. Accounting for unfunded pension costs. Management Accounting (May): 30-34.

Wade, M. M. 1987. How to motivate and retain employees in a depressed economy. Management Accounting (November): 33-37.

Waggoner, S. S. 1985. Pension accounting: The liability controversy. Management Accounting (July): 54-57.

Wagner, C. R. 1982. How to conserve energy and save costs. Management Accounting (August): 43-51.

Wagner, J. 1984. Overcoming the we/they syndrome. Management Accounting (September): 47-50.

Wagner, J. 1986. Operating rhythm. Management Accounting (June): 36-39.

Wagner, R. M. 1976. Segmented reporting. Management Accounting (April): 29-32.

Wait, D. J. 1980. Productivity measurement: A management accounting challenge. Management Accounting (May): 24-30.

Waldrop, D. 1998. Creating visibility. Management Accounting (November): 50-54. (How to market yourself).

Walendowski, G. and M. A. Diamond. 1980. RRA - Will it work? Management Accounting (March): 21-25. (Reserve recognition accounting).

Walker, C. W. 1971. Profitability and responsibility accounting. Management Accounting (December): 23-30.

Walker, C. W. 1972. Standard cost accounting for contractors. Management Accounting (July): 29-41.

Walker, J. P. and J. J. Surdick. 1988. Controllers vs. MIS managers: Who should control corporate information systems? Management Accounting (May): 22-25.

Walker, K. B. 1988. Coors: Brewing a better controllership. Management Accounting (January): 23-27.

Walker, K. B. and E. L. Denna. 1997. A new accounting system is emerging. Management Accounting (July): 22-24, 26-30. (The REAL model [resources, events, agents, and locations] considers five questions. What happened? When did it happen? Who was involved? What resources were used? Where did the event occur?).

Walker, K. B. and T. Zinsli. 1993. The Coors Shenandoah experience. Management Accounting (March): 37-41. (Related to Coors' new information system).

Walker, M. C. 1979. Determining the appropriate discount rate for private, not-for-profit operations. Management Accounting (March): 54-56.

Walker, S. T. 1973. Visibility and materiality in interim reporting. Management Accounting (December): 23-27.

Walker, W. E. 1968. Costs made to order - A company's experience. Management Accounting (November): 51-53.

Wall, W. H. 1967. A simplified method for allocating motor carrier line haul cost to terminals. Management Accounting (June): 40-42.

Wallace, A. 1973. Budgetary control in the canvas footwear industry. Management Accounting (October): 17-20.

Wallace, A. 1974. Inventory ownership costs. Management Accounting (December): 26-28.

Wallace, G. O. 1975. Controlling expansion costs: A practical guide. Management Accounting (April): 43-46.

Wallace, G. R. and E. C. Christ. 1970. Modern accounting can help save the railroads. Management Accounting (December): 15-18, 36.

Wallace, M. E. 1966. Behavioral considerations in budgeting. Management Accounting (August): 3-8.

Waller, T. C. 1976. Accounting for stock options. Management Accounting (December): 29-31, 34.

Walsh, P. R. 1973. Typesetting with a time-sharing terminal. Management Accounting (June): 42-44.

Waltemyer, E. L. 1973. The professional corporation. Management Accounting (December): 31-32, 40.

Walter, H. E. II. and J. T. Sale. 1981. Financial reporting: A two-perspective issue. Management Accounting (June): 32-37. (Theoretical vs. implementation viewpoints).

Walther, L. M. 1993. A case for required public forecasts. Management Accounting (March): 46-49.

Wambsganss, J. R. and D. Kennett. 1995. Defining the customer: When universities adopt TQM, future employers - not students - should be seen as customers. Management Accounting (May): 39-41.

Wampler, B. M. and T. J. Phillips Jr. 1994. A case for fair value accounting for debt securities. Management Accounting (March): 46-49.

Warne, R. A. 1982. A controller looks at regulation. Management Accounting (June): 14-20.

Warren, L. K. 1986. Charting staff functions for better management. Management Accounting (December): 49-50. (Linear responsibility charts).

Warthen, W. H. F. Jr. 1972. Mix variances in profit rate analysis. Management Accounting (June): 43-45.

Watson, E. J. 1965. Computer services for small business. Management Accounting (October): 11.

Watson, S. C. 1975. A vote for R&D profit centers. Management Accounting (April): 50-52.

Watt, G. C. 1968. Unrealized foreign exchange gains and losses. Management Accounting (April): 31-38.

Weaks, N. E. 1993. The accountant as production scheduler. Management Accounting (March): 25-28.

Weaks, N. E. 1995. Shanghaied! Management Accounting (April): 20-26. (Exporting to China).

Weather-Holt, N. D., D. W. Cornell and C. Jeffrey. 1993. The family and medical leave act: An overview. Management Accounting (November): 31-33.

Weathers, H. T. 1974. Managerial profitability. Management Accounting (July): 25-27, 34.

Weathers, H. T. 1972. An eclectic accounting approach. Management Accounting (December): 35-38.

Weathers, H. T. and C. A. Cheatham. 1976. Earnings statement for prediction, comparison, and evaluation. Management Accounting (March): 17-18, 26.

Webber, D. E. 1976. Metrication and the accountant. Management Accounting (June): 49-50.

Webster, M. W. 1971. Installing a new direct cost system. Management Accounting (March): 31-34, 38.

Weed, R. J. 1978. Financial sources in the public sector. Management Accounting (October): 23-28.

Weinberg, G. M. 1999. Product/customer critical evaluation. Management Accounting (January): 25-28.

Weinberg, S. 1966. Order handling - A computer application for small companies. Management Accounting (August): 44-48.

Weinberg, S. J. 1980. Why choose an accounting software package? Management Accounting (February): 44-47.

Weiner, D. P. 1981. Do private universities need audit committees? Management Accounting (January): 51-53.

Weingard, M. 1979. The Rockford files: A case for the computer. Management Accounting (April): 36-38.

Weinstein, G. 1972. Tax aspects of professional corporations. Management Accounting (January): 19-24.

Weinwurm, E. H. 1971. Modernizing the goodwill concept. Management Accounting (December): 31-34.

Weis, W. L. 1990. What's going on in business schools? Management Accounting (May): 49-52.

Weis, W. L. and D. E. Tinius. 1980. Does anyone understand nonprofit reports? Management Accounting (November): 25-29.

Weis, W. L. and D. E. Tinius. 1991. Luca Pacioli: Accounting's renaissance man. Management Accounting (July): 54-56.

Weiser, H. J. 1969. Break-even analysis: A re-evaluation. Management Accounting (February): 36-41.

Weiser, H. J. 1977. A movement toward fair and meaningful reporting. Management Accounting (February): 13-16.

Weiss, J. M. and I. Blumenfrucht. 1981. Amortizing start-up business costs. Management Accounting (June): 20, 58.

Weiss, J. M. and I. Blumenfrucht. 1981. Bankruptcy tax act of 1980. Management Accounting (August): 12, 65.

Weiss, J. M. and I. Blumenfrucht. 1981. IRS adopts debit/equity regulations. Management Accounting (April): 66-67.

Weiss, M. 1976. Human resource accounting. Management Accounting (March): 45-46.

Weiss, S. P. and R. E. Grohe. 1988. Complying with the inventory capitalization rules. Management Accounting (August): 44-49.

Welch, G. D. 1968. Some problems of accounting as a communication system. Management Accounting (February): 18-20.

Weller, O. H. 1969. Touch-tone attendance and labor reporting. Management Accounting (August): 27-28.

Welling, P. 1977. Introducing the MISA. Management Accounting (February): 31-33. (MISA refers to the MIS auditor).

Wells, J. T. 1975. The accountant's role in the FBI. Management Accounting (April): 24-26.

Wells, M. C. 1976. Costing for activities. Management Accounting (May): 31-37.

Wells, W. H. Jr. 1977. Replacement cost accounting: How we did it. Management Accounting (October): 26-28.

Welsch, G. A. 1969. A fundamental appraisal of profit planning and control. Management Accounting (March): 22-27.

Welsh, J. J. 1983. Pre-acquisition audit: Verifying the bottom line. Management Accounting (January): 32-37.

Welsh, W. L. 1972. PPBS and proposal formulation. Management Accounting (May): 31-33, 43.

Welton, R. E., G. T. Friedlob, F. R. Gray and J. Sloan. 1987. LIFO/FIFO: A simple solution to inventory disclosure problems. Management Accounting (October): 52-56.

Welzin, J. O. 1970. Why leave EDP in the hands of specialists? Management Accounting (October): 9-10.

Wentz, D. J. 1985. How we match costs and revenues in a service business. Management Accounting (October): 36-42, 63.

West, A. 1996. The second annual software shoot-out in Raleigh. Management Accounting (February): 42-45.

West, R. N. and A. M. Snyder. 1997. How to set up a budgeting and planning system. Management Accounting (January): 20-22, 24-26.

West, R. N. and J. A. Girardi. 1998. Executing a successful spin-off and IPO transaction. Management Accounting (February): 20-24, 26.

West, R. N. and M. Shields. 1998. Up and running in nine months. Management Accounting (December): 20-22, 24, 26. (Related to ERP systems).

West, T. D. and D. A. West. 1997. Applying ABC to healthcare. Management Accounting (February): 22, 24-26, 28-30, 32 - 33. (Summary).

Westbrook, L. C. Jr. 1975. Financing real estate investment trusts. Management Accounting (May): 56-58.

Westra, D., M. L. Srikanth and M. Kane. 1996. Measuring operational performance in a throughput world. Management Accounting (April): 41-47. (Summary).

Wetjen, J. F. 1982. A not-for-profit nightmare. Management Accounting (August): 21-23, 42.

Wheat, G. C. and W. P. Woodson. 1972. A case for electronic business machines. Management Accounting (December): 20-22.

Wheeler, D. L. and R. E. Shirley. 1976. Minimizing the LIFO pool sample. Management Accounting (December): 47-51.

Wheeler, T. R. 1987. Flexible benefits work at smaller companies, too. Management Accounting (October): 37-41.

Whisnant, S. R. and J. W. Martin. 1982. What is cycle auditing? Management Accounting (October): 52-55.

Whitbeck, C. L. 1967. A segmental revenue approach. Management Accounting (December): 22-24.

White, A. L. and D. E. Savage. 1995. Budgeting for environmental projects: A survey. Management Accounting (October): 48-54.

White, D. W. 1979. How a safety program affects the bottom line. Management Accounting (February): 42-46.

White, G. E. and P. F Ostwald. 1976. Life cycle costing. Management Accounting (January): 39,40 and 42. (Product Life cycle costing summary).

White, H. C. 1973. A leadership audit. Management Accounting (August): 39-41.

White, H. W. 1966. The man-machine relationship in business systems. Management Accounting (May): 19-26.

White, H. W. 1971. Management-technician dichotomy. Management Accounting (September): 19-21, 26.

White, W. 1972. Depreciation under the tax reform act of 1969. Management Accounting (October): 29-33.

Whiteman, M. J. and A. T. Krzystofik. 1986. 401(K) plans: A time to act. Management Accounting (September): 33-35.

Whitmire, K. J. and P. B. Scheps. 1979. Municipal pension plans: The long road back to financial soundness. Management Accounting (October): 30-33.

Whitt, J. D. 1974. Making an investment in Mexico. Management Accounting (November): 43-45.

Whitt, J. D. 1977. Multinationals in Latin America: An accent on control. Management Accounting (February): 49-51.

Whitt, J. D. 1979. Motivating lower-level management of Mexican affiliates. Management Accounting (June): 46-49.

Whitt, S. Y., and J. D. Whitt. 1988. What professional services firms can learn from manufacturing. Management Accounting (November): 39-42.

Whittington, R. 1977. Social accounting and the tragedy of the commons. Management Accounting (April): 32-34.

Whittington, R., V. B. Ballew and D. Z. Williams. 1984. Selecting an auditor: Times have changed. Management Accounting (February): 62-67.

Wiemans, C. 1976. George's business problems - Continued. Management Accounting (May): 22-24.

Wier, B. and J. E. Hunton. 1995. Promoting management accountants. Management Accounting (May): 47-50. (Survey).

Wilcoxen, J. 1993. Your first controllership. Management Accounting (June): 41-43.

Wiley, R. 1991. Fruehauf Corporation: A casualty of the debt-crazed '80s. Management Accounting (March): 33-35.

Wilhelm, M. F. Jr. 1969. Purchase of lease: That is the question. Management Accounting (July): 43-46.

Wilkerson, J. L. 1995. Merit pay-performance reviews: They just don't work! Management Accounting (June): 40-45.

Wilkins, E. N. 1967. Forecasting cash flow: Some problems and some applications. Management Accounting (October): 26-30.

Wilkinson, J. W. 1975. The meaning of measurements. Management Accounting (July): 49-52.

Willard, B. K. 1968. Integrating project planning with periodic planning and reporting. Management Accounting (November): 34-36.

Willard, B. K. 1969. Cost distribution using infinitely variable averages. Management Accounting (October): 12-15. (Related to joint cost).

Willard, W. C. 1968. Instant banking - A tiger by the tail. Management Accounting (March): 3-8.

Willey, R. W. 1979. In defense of FAS no. 8. Management Accounting (December): 36-40.

Williams, B. R. 1976. Measuring costs: Full absorption cost or direct cost? Management Accounting (January): 23-24, 36.

Williams, C. M. 1971. Small business and EDP. Management Accounting (February): 44-47.

Williams, D. Z. and S. Adams. 1968. Computer technology and organizational change. Management Accounting (September): 44-48.

Williams, G. and T. J. Phillips Jr. 1994.Cleaning up our act: Accounting for environmental liabilities. Management Accounting (February): 30-33.

Williams, H. M. 1979. Financial reporting in a changing economic environment. Management Accounting (September): 11-15, 36.

Williams, J. R. 1972. Time and use depreciation. Management Accounting (January): 28-30.

Williams, K. 1973. Multifab: It can't afford to fail. Management Accounting (April): 51-53.

Williams, K. 1983. Houston '83: Challenges for management accountants. Management Accounting (March): 61.

Williams, K. 1984. Fellowship program bridges FASB-industry gap. Management Accounting (June): 68-71.

Williams, K. 1985. Accountants must clean up their act: Rep. John Dingell speaks out. Management Accounting (May): 21-23, 53-56.

Williams, K. 1985. Ed Hennessy reshapes Allied. Management Accounting (January): 18-25.

Williams, K. 1985. GAO: Uncle Sam's auditor. Management Accounting (April): 22-30.

Williams, K. 1985. George E. Smith: Let ethics guide your decisions. Management Accounting (February): 18-22.

Williams, K. 1985. Powerhouse CEO. Management Accounting (August): 22-27, 67.

Williams, K. 1986. Chairman Don Kirk leaves FASB stronger. 1986. Management Accounting (November): 20-25, 72.

Williams, K. 1986. Charles T. Horngren: Management accounting's renaissance man. Management Accounting (January): 22-29.

Williams, K. 1986. Congressman DioGuardi: The U. S. government needs a chief financial officer. Management Accounting (August): 22-25, 65.

Williams, K. 1986. Dennis R. Beresford: New FASB chairman. Management Accounting (December): 18-21.

Williams, K. 1986. Robert N. Anthony: Creating an accounting framework. Management Accounting (May): 22-26, 76-77.

Williams, K. 1986. The magic of 3M: Management accounting excellence. Management Accounting (February): 20-27.

Williams, K. 1988. A novel approach to accounting: The case of the purloined pagoda. Management Accounting (December): 19-23. (Discussion of various novels including Goldratt's The Goal and Grumbley's The Ultimate Ripoff and Accosting the Golden Spire).

Williams, K. 1989. CAM-I: On the leading edge. Management Accounting (June): 18-21.

Williams, K. 1989. Health: Your most important asset. Management Accounting (January): 48-49.

Williams, K. 1998. Are you prepared for the euro? Management Accounting (May): 58-60, 62.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1994. Charles B. Wang: Accounting software leader. Management Accounting (June): 31-35.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1994. Collier-Jackson shifts its vision. Management Accounting (October): 22, 24-26.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1995. CDI: A new era of financial control. Management Accounting (December): 50-53.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1995. Cogent: On the wings of ideas. Management Accounting (November): 57-60.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1995. Computron: Workflow cool. Management Accounting (October): 56-60.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1995. Comshare: Expanding the third dimension. Management Accounting (September): 59-63.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1995. Hyperion: Software titan. Management Accounting (September): 75-78.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1995. SCALA: Serving many masters. Management Accounting (February): 51-54. (Software system).

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1995. Solomon software runs on faith. Management Accounting (June): 56-61.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1995. Sun on the rise. Management Accounting (April): 55-58. (The SunSystems software company).

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1996. Apprise: Adding value to technology. Management Accounting (December): 50-53. (Apprise sofware).

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1996. Deltek: Costpoint for project accounting. Management Accounting (January): 52-55.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1996. Developing a timeline for success. Management Accounting (October): 44-47. (Discussion by the CEO of Timeline, Inc.).

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1996. Inside implementation. Management Accounting (April): 50-52. (Software).

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1996. Inside implementation: Part 2. Management Accounting (July): 54-57. (Software).

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1996. Maxwell Business Systems' high flight. Management Accounting (November): 49-52. (Software).

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1996. Microsoft: Tooling the information age. Management Accounting (May): 41-44.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1996. Polishing platinum. Management Accounting (March): 55-58. (Software).

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1996. Seeking the Best solution. Management Accounting (May): 48-50. (Best software).

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1997. FlexInternational: Providing access to information. Management Accounting (July): 59-62. (Software).

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1997. Longview solutions: Bridging technology and financial management. Management Accounting (October): 52-55. (Software).

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1997. SAP: Connecting the enterprise. Management Accounting (April): 51-54.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1997. Walker: Deploying a mainframe solution. Management Accounting (June): 49-52.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1998. Open systems: Traversing the accounting software field. Management Accounting (June): 54-57.

Williams, K. and R. L. Shultis. 1983. CSX's Hays Watkins knows the right way to run a railroad. Management Accounting (June): 20-25.

Williams, K. and R. L. Shultis. 1983. Dresser's Jack James: Rugged individualist. Management Accounting (September): 23-28, 86.

Williams, K. and R. L. Shultis. 1983. James McKee: The quite strength behind CPC. Management Accounting (November): 24-30.

Williams, K. and R. L. Shultis. 1984. 'Hey Kelly - You're an accountant?' Management Accounting (February): 18-23.

Williams, K. and R. L. Shultis. 1984. Lynn Johnston: Insuring company and community progress. Management Accounting (September): 24-29.

Williams, K. and R. L. Shultis. 1984. J. Peter Grace, the President's chief cost cutter. Management Accounting (June): 22-31. (Grace lead the Presidents' Private Sector Survey on Cost Control that produced 2,478 ways the federal government could save money without cutting services or raising taxes).

Williams, K. and R. L. Shultis. 1984. Nabisco Brands' Schaeberle: From management accountant to industry spokesman. Management Accounting (January): 21-27.

Williams, K. and R. L. Shultis. 1984. Robert Townsend: Lessons from a maverick CEO. Management Accounting (November): 23-28.

Williams, K. and R. L. Shultis. 1984. Roger Smith steers GM into a high-tech future. Management Accounting (October): 23-29, 58.

Williams, L. R. 1972. Internal auditing: Hamilton county. Management Accounting (January): 49-51.

Williams, R. E. 1968. Converting to a direct costing system. Management Accounting (January): 23-34.

Williamson, R. W. 1975. Measuring divisional profitability. Management Accounting (January): 29-30, 42.

Willits, S. D. and R. Giuntini. 1994. Helping your company 'go green'. Management Accounting (February): 43-47.

Wilson, C. J. 1973. The operating lease and the risk of obsolescence. Management Accounting (December): 41-44.

Wilson, G. E. 1983. Theory Z: Implications for management accountants. Management Accounting (November): 58-62.

Wilson, J. R. 1967. Valuation of fleet tires. Management Accounting (August): 26-27.

Wilson, J. O. 1983. How to cure small business automation headaches. Management Accounting (May): 46-49.

Wilson, E. L. 1975. Data processing output devices. Management Accounting (November): 45, 48.

Wilson, M. A. and E. S. Williford. 1987. S corporation: The new corporate tax planning weapon. Management Accounting (September): 46-49.

Wilson, P. and D. Westerfield. 1989. COBRA strikes business in the jugular. Management Accounting (January): 36-38.

Wilson, T. M. and D. R. Stone. 1980. Project management for an architectural firm. Management Accounting (October): 25-28, 45-46.

Winarchick, J. S. and R. E. Malcom. 1976. General purchasing power accounting. Management Accounting (July): 38-40.

Winberg, W. B. 1992. Put costly phone bills on hold. Management Accounting (August): 41-42.

Windal, F. W. 1969. Dynamic programming: An introduction. Management Accounting (July): 47-49.

Winkler, O. W. 1985. Secret allies? Management Accounting (June): 48-53. (Accounting and statistics).

Winkworth, J. W. 1976. Profit analysis in the ready-mixed concrete industry. Management Accounting (March): 34-36.

Winslow, C. D. 1969. Clerical work measurement techniques in a control system. Management Accounting (January): 43-47.

Winston, R. J. 1968. The U.S. accountant goes to the orient. Management Accounting (December): 39-44. (Examination of Korean and Japanese accounting methods).

Winters, A. J. 1976. Looking at the auditor rotation issue. Management Accounting (March): 29-30.

Wise, R. L. 1970. Cost reporting for the small and medium size job-shop operation. Management Accounting (February): 20-22.

Witham, R. B. 1973. Controlling computer results. Management Accounting (October): 48-51.

Witt, W. E. 1971. Work measurement of indirect labor. Management Accounting (November): 31-34.

Woelfel, R. C. 1980. How Brunswick accomplished constant dollar accounting. Management Accounting (December): 44-48, 52.

Wojciechowski, S. R. 1982. Du Pont evaluates FAS 52. Management Accounting (July): 30-35.

Wojdak, J. F. 1969. Holding gains and losses on executory contracts. Management Accounting (January): 55, 58.

Wolf, A. E. 1971. Education revisited. Management Accounting (January): 14-15.

Wolf, R. D. 1993. How to control legal expenses. Management Accounting (April): 51-53.

Wolf, R. G. 1976. Being audited? Making it easier is up to you. Management Accounting (March): 27-28.

Wolf, W. G. 1982. Developing a cost system for today's decision making. Management Accounting (December): 19-23. (Multiple standard costs).

Wollstadt, R. D. 1976. The challenge of the Sandilands report. Management Accounting (July): 15-22.

Woo, J. C. H. 1978. Accounting for inflation: Some international models. Management Accounting (February): 37-43.

Wood, E. A. and R. G. Murdick. 1980. A practical solution to forecasting problems. Management Accounting (May): 45-48, 55.

Wood, J. H. 1979. How RJR put its new MIS on-line. Management Accounting (April): 17-23.

Wood, J. P. and E. P. Dolliver. 1975. Silver spoons. Management Accounting (July): 18-19.

Woodard, G. D. 1966. Controlling office payroll. Management Accounting (January): 19-26.

Woods, M. D. 1989. How we changed our accounting. Management Accounting (February): 42-45. (Changes in accounting at the Naval Aviation Depots after adopting total quality control).

Woods, M. D. 1992. Completing the picture: Economic choices with ABC. Management Accounting (December): 53-57. (Reporting fixed and variable cost separately in ABC).

Woolf, J. J. 1967. A management action reporting system (MARS). Management Accounting (May): 35-40.

Woolsey, S. M. 1975. Materiality in financial reports. Management Accounting (February): 23-26.

Wormley, J. T. 1967. Ensuring the profit contribution of a corporate data processing department. Management Accounting (January): 3-12. (Related to transfer pricing).

Worrell, D. 1983. Cost of sales: A budgeting priority. Management Accounting (August): 67-70.

Worrell, R. H. 1967. A self-insurer's accounting procedure. Management Accounting (March): 48-50.

Worthington, J. S. 1977. And now we have... Management Accounting (August): 30-32, 40.

Worthley, S. G. and C. Skaar, Jr. 1982. Managing information through banks. Management Accounting (August): 52-58.

Wright, A. W. 1966. Periodic net income and extraordinary items. Management Accounting (May): 35-42.

Wright, A. W. 1969. Maintaining balance in financial position. Management Accounting (September): 14-16.

Wright, A. W. 1971. Earnings per share: Sensitizing the numerator. Management Accounting (May): 19-21.

Wright, B. 1991. Controlling EDI. Management Accounting (August): 46-49.

Wright, J. M. and G. T. Mazurkiewicz. 1988. Accounting for contract revenue: Builders' burden. Management Accounting (January): 49-52.

Wright, M. A. and J. W. Jonez. 1987. Material burdening: Management accounting can support competitive strategy. Management Accounting (August): 27-31.

Wright, R. E. 1970. Preparing proposals for expansion in foreign markets. Management Accounting (October): 46-50.

Wright, W. 1967. Use of standard direct costing. Management Accounting (January): 39-46.

Wu, F. H. 1975. Expanding the profit contribution approach. Management Accounting (June): 39-42.

Wu, F. H. 1976. Incremental budgeting: A decision model. Management Accounting (May): 46-48.

Wuchina, S. W. 1969. Program control network: A tool for month end closing. Management Accounting (July): 38-42.

Wucinich, W. 1979. How to finance a small business. Management Accounting (November): 16-18.

Wucinich, W. 1991. Profit is the name of the game. Management Accounting (February): 58-59. (Related to professional sports).

Wucinich, W. J. 1975. Financial management for small contractors. Management Accounting (July): 23-26.

Wyatt, A. R. 1969. Comparability in accounting. Management Accounting (July): 10-14.

Wycoff, D. W. 1974. Direct and idle-time cost accounting. Management Accounting (December): 36-38.

Wycoff, D. W. 1975. Profitability measurement in margin dollars per hour. Management Accounting (June): 37-38.

Wycoff, D. W. 1977. Profit determinants. Management Accounting (February): 47-48.

Wygal, D. E., D. E. Stout and J. Volpi. 1987. Reporting practices in four countries. Management Accounting (December): 37-42.

Wyman, H. E. 1972. Formulas for depreciation. Management Accounting (December): 45-47.

Wyman, H. E. 1974. Pascal's Triangle. Management Accounting (October): 27-28.

Wyman, H. E. and J. E. Ketz. 1982. Managing corporate energy needs: The role of management accounting (a summary). Management Accounting (September): 32.

Wyman, H. E. and J. E. McFarland. 1977. Financial investments and true rate of return. Management Accounting (August): 41-45.

Wynant, L. 1978. Project financing for extractive ventures. Management Accounting (October): 29-35.

Yakel, R. G. 1970. Cycle inventory audit. Management Accounting (May): 29-33.

Yamakawa, T. T. 1979. How the strong yen influenced financial reporting in Japan. Management Accounting (June): 26-31.

Yamamoto, D. H. 1990. Retiree health plans - What do we do now? Management Accounting (April): 21-25.

Yang, C. 1981. 'Mass line' accounting in China. Management Accounting (May): 13-17.

Yang, G. Y. and R. C. Wu. 1993. Strategic costing & ABC. Management Accounting (May): 33-37.

Yang, J. G. S. 1986. Managing multinational exchange risks. Management Accounting (February): 45-52.

Yarian, N. R. 1975. Segmentation for reporting purposes. Management Accounting (April): 16-20, 23.

Yarp, H. R. 1965. An approach to cost control. Management Accounting (September): 11-21.

Yates, J. 1998. Corporate purchasing cards are hitting their stride. Management Accounting (November): 45-48.

Yockey, D. W. 1988. So you want to be a forensic accountant. Management Accounting (November): 19, 22-23, 25.

Youde, R. K. 1992. Cost-of-quality reporting: How we see it. Management Accounting (January): 34-38.

Youell, H. D. 1967. Inventory management through inventory ratios. Management Accounting (August): 43-48.

Youmans, G. E. 1975. A look a LIFO. Management Accounting (January): 11-12, 42.

Young, L. 1991. Reducing personal property taxes. Management Accounting (December): 37-42.

Young, R. G. 1965. Controlling office supply inventories - An EDP application. Management Accounting (November): 21-27.

Young, R. M. 1991. Accounting for remote locations. Management Accounting (November): 58-60.

Young, S. L. 1968. The need for should-cost estimating/pricing in aerospace. Management Accounting (November): 38-42.

Young, W. M. Jr. 1971. A view from the inside. Management Accounting (February): 54-55.

Young, W. M. Jr. 1977. Special report: NAA statement to Metcalf hearing. Management Accounting (June): 9 and 52.

Young, W. M. Jr. 1980. The challenge of change: How NAA is meeting it. Management Accounting (January): 52-56.

Yurko, A. M. 1982. Managing change through human resource development. Management Accounting (June): 36-39, 42.

Zaiden, D. J. 1972. Some legal aspects of EDP. Management Accounting (July): 51-52.

Zega, C. A. 1988. The new statement of cash flows. Management Accounting (September): 54-59.

Zellner, J. E. 1966. Nomographs - Aids for decision makers. Management Accounting (May): 56-60.

Zenker, D. M. 1987. The PC as prototype problem-solver. Management Accounting (May): 30-33.

Zick, H. F. 1974. The investment of idle cash funds. Management Accounting (February): 27-28, 32.

Zieha, E. L. and T. T. Cheng. 1979. Proposing a more appropriate dividend policy. Management Accounting (September): 32-36.

Zircher, J. R. 1975. The EDP technician, the accountant, and internal control. Management Accounting (September): 38-40.

Zoffer, H. J. 1978. Accounting education and educated accountants. Management Accounting (March): 19-23, 26.

Zolfo, F., S. F. Cooper and P. Dzera. 1993. The management accountant as bankruptcy specialist. Management Accounting (June): 48-51.

Zolfo, F. J. and B. N. Cooper. 1977. Considering the LIFO election. Management Accounting (June): 41-43, 51.

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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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