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Reciprocal Interaction between Management Accounting and Other Management Roles

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104908, PP. 1-8

Keywords: Reciprocal Interaction, Management Accounting, Marketing, Supply Chain Management, Human Resources

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The paper examines that how management accounting is integrated in other management roles which include marketing management, supply chain management and strategic human resource management. The objective of the paper sets out to analyse the reciprocal relationship between accounting and the other three management functions. It will discuss how management accounting is intertwined with other elements of business, and how each complements the other.

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