AbstractThis thesis investigates the role of accounting in planning and control in the Egyptian Iron and Steel Company "Hadisolb".
The hypothesis is that there should be planning and control at appropriate levels, with a significant accounting involvement, In an organisation such as the Egyptian Iron and Steel Company "Hadisolb" .
Part One of the thesis explains the role of accounting in planning and control, with special emphasis on its role in long-range corporate planning and control.
Parts Two and Three review the history of the Egyptian Iron and Steel Company "Hadisolb", its organisation and structure, also the role of accounting in its planning and control arrangements, together with comments and criticisms concerning this.
Part Four is mainly recommendations for alterations or improvements in planning and control in Hadisolb. This includes a suggested planning and organisation structure, physical and cost control reporting structures.
|Date of Award||Apr 1982|
|Supervisor||J.E. Smith (Supervisor)|
- iron and steel company