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The Pricing Decision: Balancing The Cost-Based And Market-Based Approaches In Different Industries, Shawn M. Kain, Kenneth Yale Rosenzweig Aug 1992

The Pricing Decision: Balancing The Cost-Based And Market-Based Approaches In Different Industries, Shawn M. Kain, Kenneth Yale Rosenzweig

Accounting Faculty Publications

The objectives of this paper are to discuss cost estimating and pricing issues in four different industries, to analyze methods and strategies that are used in the costing and pricing of products in those industries, and to make general comparisons about costing and pricing techniques.

Accurate projection of costs is essential to the survival of any firm because cost estimates often determine whether a project will be authorized to begin or continue, the amount of resources that will be allocated to a particular product or product line, the prices of products, and the firm's and product line's profitability ...


Bargaining And The Division Of Value In Corporate Reorganization, Howard F. Chang, Lucian A. Bebchuk Jan 1992

Bargaining And The Division Of Value In Corporate Reorganization, Howard F. Chang, Lucian A. Bebchuk

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


Public Values And Corporate Fiduciary Law, William W. Bratton Jan 1992

Public Values And Corporate Fiduciary Law, William W. Bratton

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


Auditing Practices In Singapore, See Liang Foo Jan 1992

Auditing Practices In Singapore, See Liang Foo

Research Collection School Of Accountancy

The accounting profession in Singapore plays an important part in the country's economy because it ensures foreign investors' confidence that their investments are audited by competent, independent, and credible auditors. The emergence of joint stock companies in Singapore was made possible by the Indian Joint Stock Companies Act of 1857. The Act requires every company to maintain proper accounting and other records which will explain sufficiently the transactions and financial position of the company and to enable true and fair profit and loss account and balance-sheet and any documents required to be attached thereto to be prepared from time ...


Audit Quality Attributes: The Perceptions Of Partners, Preparers, And Financial Statement Users, Joseph Carcello, R. Hermanson, N. Mcgrath Dec 1991

Audit Quality Attributes: The Perceptions Of Partners, Preparers, And Financial Statement Users, Joseph Carcello, R. Hermanson, N. Mcgrath

Joseph V. Carcello

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