Valuation of inventories in systems with product recovery
Teunter, Ruud; Laan, Erwin;
textabstractValuation of inventories has different purposes, in particular accounting and decision making, and it is not necessary for a firm to use the same valuation method for both purposes. In fact, it is not uncommon to use accounting books as well as management bo... View more
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