2 edition of Cost decisions and time. found in the catalog.
Cost decisions and time.
R. D. C. Matthews
by School of Economics and Politics, Kingston Polytechnic in Kingston upon Thames
Written in English
|Series||Discussion paper in political economy -- 22|
|Contributions||Kingston Polytechnic. School of Economics and Politics.|
example, the opportunity cost of you being here is the salary you could be making if you remained in the workforce. Remember that we use managerial accounting for two major purposes: Decision-making Control and evaluation 4 With respect to decision relevance: Fixed Cost Classification Depreciation on equipment already Sunk and irrelevantFile Size: KB. Short-Run vs. Long-Run Pricing Decisions: The time horizon of the decision is critical in computing the relevant costs in a pricing decision. The two ends of the time horizon are: Short-Run and Long-Run. Short-Run Pricing Decisions: Short-run decisions include pricing for a one-time-only special order with no long term implications.
Sunk cost fallacy occurs when you make decisions that are based on the emotional investments that you have already made. The more time or money you invest in something, the harder it is to let it go. No one likes the feeling of losing something or facing a possible mistake that they have made. the fundamentals of decision analysis. We then introduce decision trees to show the se- cost, time, distance, or any other measure appropriate for the decision problem being ral or logical progression that will occur over time. First, PDC must make a decision re-garding the size of the condominium complex (d 1, d 2,ordFile Size: KB.
In cost accounting, qualitative factors don’t involve numbers and financial analysis. Call them “people” factors. Decisions based in part on qualitative factors are relevant, even though you can’t tie specific cost or revenue numbers to them. They can have a long-term impact on profitability, so you need to consider them. Qualitative factors should always be [ ]. Student Budgets Your budget is the estimated average and reasonable cost of completing an academic year at UC Berkeley. Your budget serves as the foundation for determining your financial need as well as the amount of qualified aid, including grants and scholarships, that can be offered to you.
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