Full-cost accounting

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Full-cost accounting

An accounting system in which environmental costs are built directly into the prices of products and services.
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Bullying Bosses: A Full Cost Accounting presents research from a variety of academic, government, and public resources to provide managers and administrators with the data they need to fully grasp the wide range of costs attributable to workplace bullying.
In the US case, it was arguably political pressure from oil and gas industry constituents that contributed to the Financial Accounting Standards Board's failure to eliminate full cost accounting (Flory & Grossman, 1978; Frazier & Ingersoll, 1986; Ingersoll, 1986; Solomons, 1978; Van Riper, 1994; Zeff, 1978) and both the full cost and the successful efforts methods are used by extractive industries entities to this day.
Using the full cost accounting analysis, here are the savings associated with using the Tornado rather than competing processes.
Full cost accounting would give a more accurate figure of the full cost of a product or service.
As such, financial executives should assess the viability of introducing fee structures into selected services, as well as their departments' readiness to perform the full cost accounting that necessarily accompanies such structures.
Instead, they began to develop the concept of environmental accounting as a component of full cost accounting.
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He writes in his AAAS presentation, "Introduced as part of an overall green plan that included conservation and renewable energy, grass roots democracy, green taxes, defense conversion, deep cuts in military spending, bioregionalism, full cost accounting, the cessation of perverse subsidies, the adoption of green materials, designs and codes, green purchasing, pollution prevention, industrial ecology and zero emissions, etc., the PP could be an essential element of the transition to sustainability."
This was to include full cost accounting and life-cycle analysis of any development proposal for the site.