Management Accounting 3e: An Introduction: Weetman The third edition of this revised and fully updated text continues to provide students with a clear and well-structured introduction to management accounting within a sound framework of basic principles. It covers the management accounting section of the author's Financial and Management Accounting , third edition, retaining the same page numbering, commencing at Part 6, Chapter 16, for those students not requiring Volume I on financial accounting. The new edition retains all of the classic features that have contributed to the book's success: clarity of expression, the focus on the accounting equation, student activities and real-life commentaries running through each chapter, and case studies for group discussion that encourage students to think about everyday experience of cost-related issues. Simulation of first-hand commentary by a management accounting consultant brings issues to life for students, providing a real-life perspective on accounting. With its wealth of examples, questions and problems, the emphasis throughout the text is on allowing students to practise the application of theory. New to the third edition - Inclusion of activity-based costing, strategic management accounting, the balanced scorecard and benchmarking- A new chapter on management accounting aspects of business strategy, including e-business and e-commerce.- The approach to teaching and learning focuses on subject-specific knowledge outcomes and generic skills outcomes, with end-of-chapter self-evaluation.- Questions are graded to test student understanding of chapter content, as well as skills in straightforward application of knowledge, and skills of problem solving and evaluation. Management Accounting: an Introduction is aimed at First-level undergraduates on Business Studies degrees taking introductory Management Accounting classes; First-level specialist accounting undergraduate students; Introductory core accounting for MBA and postgraduate specialist Masters students (e.g. Finance, Actuarial Studies), focusing on analysis through the accounting equation and a questioning approach to problem solving; and professional courses where accounting is introduced for the first time. The book is accompanied by a comprehensive support package for lecturers, arranged on a chapter-by-chapter basis and comprising the following: student lecture notes on a 'fill the gaps' basis; matching overhead projector masters; graded questions to supplement those of chapters, including multiple-choice questions; and solutions to questions in the book. The author Pauline Weetman BA, BSc(Econ), PhD, CA, is Professor of Accounting at the University of Strathclyde, and has extensive experience of teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level, with previous chairs held at Stirling and Heriot-Watt Universities. She convenes the Examining Board of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland and was formerly Director of Research at ICAS. Her research interests centre on international accounting and communication in financial reporting, with publications in leading journals. She is a joint author of International Financial Accounting: A Comparative Approach .Pauline Weetman is the author of 'Financial and Management Accounting: An Introduction: Management Accounting' with ISBN 9780273657781 and ISBN 027365778X.