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joint costs

joint costs

joint costs

joint costs

joint costs

Duality Theory for Variable Costs in Joint Production

Maternal costs in offspring production affect investment rules in joint rearing

Wildlife and landscape services production in Dutch dairy farming; jointness and transaction costs

Joint Production and Averting Expenditure Measures of Willingness to Pay: Do Water Expenditures Really Measure Avoidance Costs?

28-joint count disease activity score at 3 months after diagnosis of early rheumatoid arthritis is strongly associated with direct and indirect costs over the following 4 years: the Swedish TIRA project

Two-year direct and indirect costs for patients with inflammatory rheumatic joint diseases: data from real-life follow-up of patients in the NOR-DMARD registry

MAITLAND, Adam (1885 - 1949), late Chairman of Directors, The Pall Mall Gazette and Globe; Chairman of the Berry Hill Collieries, Ltd, and of the Berry Hill Brickworks, Ltd; Director of the London Board of the Royal Exchange Assurance; MP (C) Faversham Division, 1928–45; JP Henley-on-Thames; Chairman of Departmental Committee on Costs and Maintenance of Hospitals, Sanatoria and other Municipal Buildings; Member of Joint Select Committee on Water Resources of the Country; Committee Chairman, House of Commons; Member of Select Committee on National Expenditure; Former Member of Surrey County Council and Vice-Chairman, Coulsdon and Purley Urban District Council; Vice-President, Association of Municipal Corporations; Vice-President, National Association of Building Societies; President National Fire Brigades’ Association

 

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In process costing, the costs incurred prior to the separation point after which the joint products are treated individually. The joint costs are therefore common to the joint products; in order to determine individual product costs, the joint costs need to be apportioned between the joint products. The joint costs may be apportioned on the basis of the number of units, weights, or volumes of each product or their sales values at the separation point. See also common costs.

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