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CMA - the Management Accounting Magazine back issues
How a Programmable Calculator Saved Us Thousands of Dollars
December 1, 1998... Advancing technology keeps marching along. One company develops what it thinks is a better mouse trap for the market, and before it is off the drawing boards, some other company has come out with a better model. It is getting very difficult trying to keep up with all the new concepts being born...
The Economic Scene ... Needed: More Immigrants?
December 1, 1998... "People make the difference." So runs the slogan of one of Canada's larger chartered banks. No doubt the bank is using the term narrowly to define its attitude towards customers. But it is a well known fact that population growth in any country leads to a rising demand for consumer goods. It...
New Jobs for Tomorrow's Office
December 1, 1998... For many an office manager there may be little reconversion and no peace at all. The paper blitz seems likely not only to continue for years but also keep on expanding. If he is the general "factotum" in a small to medium-sized establishment he may have to divide authority to preserve sanity...
The 35-Hour Work Week
December 1, 1998... France announced a 35-hour work week in 1997 and ItaLy expects to do the same in 2000. Could this idea help Canada? The percentage of those who lose their jobs and find it difficult to get a new one seems to increase all the time. Youth face a mountain of difficulties in passing from the...
Is That Fair?
December 1, 1998... The IASC's new exposure draft on financial instruments marks a progressive move away from historical cost reporting In September 1998, CMA Canada issued a response to the International Accounting Standards Committee's (IASC) recent exposure draft called Financial Instruments: Recognition and...