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Значение Моделирования В Бухгалтерском Учете Для Информационного Обеспечения Управленческих Решений

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  • Ковалев А. Е.

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    (Новосибирский государственный университет экономики и управления «НИНХ»)

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    Рассматривается роль и место бухгалтерского учета в планировании, прогнозировании и процессе принятия управленческих решений. С точки зрения ценности для прогнозирования предложены три уровня моделирования: моделирование в уме на основе слабоструктурированных данных; моделирование в уме на основе качественно организованной информации; и инструментальное моделирование-прогнозирование. Дается оценка бухгалтерского учета как описательной информационной модели экономических процессов организации. Разработан список рекомендаций, имеющих практическое значения для развития учетной модели экономических процессов.

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    Article provided by Socionet & Новосибирский государственный университет in its journal Мир экономики и управления.

    Volume (Year): 16 (2016)
    Issue (Month): 4 ()
    Pages: 120-130

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    Handle: RePEc:scn:guhrje:2016_4_09
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