Paper Title:
The Application of Resource Consumption Accounting in Cost Management of Manufacturing Engineering Project
  Abstract

Resource consumption accounting (RCA) is a major innovation in manufacturing management accounting. It combines activity-based costing and marginal cost elasticity of Germany. RCA can be used to the analysis and management of E / I production, the basis for budget of project, and provide evidence for sub-projects and sub-contract.

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Chapter 2: Innovation Engineering Management
Edited by
Yuhang Yang and Yan Ma
Pages
229-233
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.323.229
Citation
S. H. Qin, D. Yan, "The Application of Resource Consumption Accounting in Cost Management of Manufacturing Engineering Project", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 323, pp. 229-233, 2011
Online since
August 2011
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