by Troels Troelsen
Publisher: BookBoon 2006
Number of pages: 103
From the table of contents: Introduction to costs; Cost functions; Different cost types as a function of different decision-making situations; Calculations; Guiding solutions. Author of the book is Troels Troelsen, Course Coordinator Department of Operations Management Copenhagen Business School.
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