The Effect of Using Managerial Accounting Techniques on Banking Sector: A Theoretical Study
Keywords:Managerial accounting, Banking Sector, Performance
In this study a new proposed measurement in accounting area is presented in order to find relation between managerial accounting techniques and efficiency, effectiveness, profitability, control and performance of banking sector located in Jordan. This study also proposed a measurement of effective to the management by assisting them to adopt new ideas and techniques in dealing with financial problems and obstacles facing them while running of the daily works in the organization.
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