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Strategic Managerial Accounting: Hospitality, Tourism & Events Applications 6th edn

Tracy Jones, Helen Atkinson, Angela Lorenz with Peter Harris

ISBN: 978-1-908999-00-9 HBK; 978-1-908999-01-6 PBK


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Strategic Managerial Accounting: Hospitality, Tourism & Events Applications 6edn explores the nature of these industry sectors and how these impact on the strategic managerial accounting (SMA) tools used by decision makers in the industry.

Formerly known as Managerial Accounting in the Hospitality Industry by Harris and Hazzard, this new edition builds on this successful and well known text, retaining its practical approach and active learning style, extending to consider strategic management accounting and to include tourism and events management industry contexts.

This new 6th edition incorporates discussion, explanations and illustrations of the theoretical underpinning of hospitality, tourism and events related to SMA and managerial accounting concepts and techniques, together with specific examples of industry application. It has a user friendly chapter structure, with pedagogic features including objectives, learning activities, self check questions, references, and key points summaries. Each chapter includes ‘theoretical context’ sections which put the applied learning in the context of current research and thinking to bring the theory to life.

Key features of this text are:
  • A complete revision and expansion of the well known and successful Harris and Hazzard text;
  • Includes several brand new chapters such as: Event and Function Management Accounting techniques, Sustainability & Environmental Management Accounting (EMA), Not-for-profit Organisations, Current Issues in Strategic Management Accounting;
  • Uses international real life case studies to illustrate from across the hospitality, tourism and events sectors including charity (not-for-profit) sector and music events;
  • Links to applied and generic research on each topic;
  • Includes International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) terminology suitable for an international audience.

With a complete suite of online tutor resources, this book is essential reading for all year 2/3 undergraduate and postgraduate students studying hospitality, tourism and events management.

Pub Date: September 2012
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Table of contents

1 A Financial Management Perspective to Hospitality, Tourism & Events operations;
2 Financial Statements For Decision Making;
3 Costs & their Behaviour;
4 Short term Decision Making;
5 Cost Volume Profit Analysis (CVP);
6 Pricing Decisions;
7 Revenue & Yield Management;
8 Market Segmentation & Customer Profitability Analysis (CPA);
9 The use of Budgets in Organisations;
10 Event and Function Management Accounting techniques;
11 Financial Analysis of Performance;
12 Working Capital Management;
13 Asset Management;
14 Capital Investment Appraisal;
15 Strategic Management Accounting;
16 Critical Success Factors and Management Information Needs;
17 Sustainability & Environmental Management Accounting (EMA) ;
18 Not-for-profit Organisations;
19 Current Issues in Strategic Management Accounting

Table of contents

1 A Financial Management Perspective to Hospitality, Tourism & Events operations;
2 Financial Statements For Decision Making;
3 Costs & their Behaviour;
4 Short term Decision Making;
5 Cost Volume Profit Analysis (CVP);
6 Pricing Decisions;
7 Revenue & Yield Management;
8 Market Segmentation & Customer Profitability Analysis (CPA);
9 The use of Budgets in Organisations;
10 Event and Function Management Accounting techniques;
11 Financial Analysis of Performance;
12 Working Capital Management;
13 Asset Management;
14 Capital Investment Appraisal;
15 Strategic Management Accounting;
16 Critical Success Factors and Management Information Needs;
17 Sustainability & Environmental Management Accounting (EMA) ;
18 Not-for-profit Organisations;
19 Current Issues in Strategic Management Accounting

About the authors

Tracy Jones (Dr) is Principal Lecturer in the School Accounting & Law at University of Gloucestershire. Tracy coordinates PhD student supervision within accounting & finance and has many years experience of teaching managerial accounting applied to hospitality, tourism and events sectors. Her own published research is in this applied area.

Helen Atkinson is Principal Lecturer in the School of Service Management at the University of Brighton. Helen has over 20 years experience teaching hospitality and tourism degree students (and more recently Events students) and has been researching in this field for many years. She has several publications in the area of management accounting in Hospitality, including academic journals, chapters and text books in this subject area.
Angela Lorenz is Course Leader for the MSc Accounting & Financial Management in the School of Accounting & Law at University of Gloucestershire. Angela is a Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) qualified accountant and is conducting research into service sector management accounting.
With Peter Harris is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism Management at Oxford Brookes University. Peter, along with Peter Hazzard, developed this textbook initially published in 1972, which has been successful in its many revisions over the decades. Peter has supervised many research students within the subject area, with his own research focused in the area of hospitality management accounting.

Table of contents

1 A Financial Management Perspective to Hospitality, Tourism & Events operations;
2 Financial Statements For Decision Making;
3 Costs & their Behaviour;
4 Short term Decision Making;
5 Cost Volume Profit Analysis (CVP);
6 Pricing Decisions;
7 Revenue & Yield Management;
8 Market Segmentation & Customer Profitability Analysis (CPA);
9 The use of Budgets in Organisations;
10 Event and Function Management Accounting techniques;
11 Financial Analysis of Performance;
12 Working Capital Management;
13 Asset Management;
14 Capital Investment Appraisal;
15 Strategic Management Accounting;
16 Critical Success Factors and Management Information Needs;
17 Sustainability & Environmental Management Accounting (EMA) ;
18 Not-for-profit Organisations;
19 Current Issues in Strategic Management Accounting

About the authors

Tracy Jones (Dr) is Principal Lecturer in the School Accounting & Law at University of Gloucestershire. Tracy coordinates PhD student supervision within accounting & finance and has many years experience of teaching managerial accounting applied to hospitality, tourism and events sectors. Her own published research is in this applied area.

Helen Atkinson is Principal Lecturer in the School of Service Management at the University of Brighton. Helen has over 20 years experience teaching hospitality and tourism degree students (and more recently Events students) and has been researching in this field for many years. She has several publications in the area of management accounting in Hospitality, including academic journals, chapters and text books in this subject area.
Angela Lorenz is Course Leader for the MSc Accounting & Financial Management in the School of Accounting & Law at University of Gloucestershire. Angela is a Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) qualified accountant and is conducting research into service sector management accounting.
With Peter Harris is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism Management at Oxford Brookes University. Peter, along with Peter Hazzard, developed this textbook initially published in 1972, which has been successful in its many revisions over the decades. Peter has supervised many research students within the subject area, with his own research focused in the area of hospitality management accounting.

Sample files

Contents, copyright
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19
Chapter 20

Table of contents

1 A Financial Management Perspective to Hospitality, Tourism & Events operations;
2 Financial Statements For Decision Making;
3 Costs & their Behaviour;
4 Short term Decision Making;
5 Cost Volume Profit Analysis (CVP);
6 Pricing Decisions;
7 Revenue & Yield Management;
8 Market Segmentation & Customer Profitability Analysis (CPA);
9 The use of Budgets in Organisations;
10 Event and Function Management Accounting techniques;
11 Financial Analysis of Performance;
12 Working Capital Management;
13 Asset Management;
14 Capital Investment Appraisal;
15 Strategic Management Accounting;
16 Critical Success Factors and Management Information Needs;
17 Sustainability & Environmental Management Accounting (EMA) ;
18 Not-for-profit Organisations;
19 Current Issues in Strategic Management Accounting

About the authors

Tracy Jones (Dr) is Principal Lecturer in the School Accounting & Law at University of Gloucestershire. Tracy coordinates PhD student supervision within accounting & finance and has many years experience of teaching managerial accounting applied to hospitality, tourism and events sectors. Her own published research is in this applied area.

Helen Atkinson is Principal Lecturer in the School of Service Management at the University of Brighton. Helen has over 20 years experience teaching hospitality and tourism degree students (and more recently Events students) and has been researching in this field for many years. She has several publications in the area of management accounting in Hospitality, including academic journals, chapters and text books in this subject area.
Angela Lorenz is Course Leader for the MSc Accounting & Financial Management in the School of Accounting & Law at University of Gloucestershire. Angela is a Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) qualified accountant and is conducting research into service sector management accounting.
With Peter Harris is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism Management at Oxford Brookes University. Peter, along with Peter Hazzard, developed this textbook initially published in 1972, which has been successful in its many revisions over the decades. Peter has supervised many research students within the subject area, with his own research focused in the area of hospitality management accounting.

Sample files

Contents, copyright
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19
Chapter 20

Tutor Resources


Downloadable PowerPoint slides to accompany each chapter
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19
Chapter 20

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