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Behavioral Accounting

Behavioral Accounting Definition

Behavioral Accounting is an approach of accounting which takes into account the human factor, the key decision makers, as part of the value of a company. It was developed in order to demonstrate the behavioral effects to stakeholders of the corporation. This method goes beyond the numbers and presents the impact of human variables and business processes on the value of the firm. In behavioral accounting experienced workforce and strong management are included into the valuation.


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