stepped costs


stepped costs

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  • ПОШАГОВЫЕ ИЗДЕРЖКИ — (stepped costs) См.: непропорционально переменные издержки (semivariable costs). Бизнес. Толковый словарь. М.: ИНФРА М , Издательство Весь Мир . Грэхэм Бетс, Барри Брайндли, С. Уильямс и др. Общая редакция: д.э.н. Осадчая И.М.. 1998 …   Словарь бизнес-терминов

  • СТУПЕНЧАТЫЕ ИЗДЕРЖКИ — (semivariable costs, stepped costs) Издержки, изменяющиеся по мере роста объема производства, но не постепенно, а скачкообразно. Приведем в пример арендную плату за производственную площадь в мастерской: потребность в новом пространстве, а за ней …   Словарь бизнес-терминов

  • НЕПРОПОРЦИОНАЛЬНО ПЕРЕМЕННЫЕ ИЗДЕРЖКИ — (semivariable costs, stepped costs) Издержки, изменяющиеся по мере роста объема производства, но не постепенно, а скачкообразно. Приведем в пример арендную плату за производственную площадь в мастерской: потребность в новом пространстве, а за ней …   Словарь бизнес-терминов

  • semi-fixed cost — stepped cost An item of expenditure that increases in total as activity rises but in a stepped, rather than a linear, function (see linear cost function). For example, the costs of one supervisor may be required for a particular range of activity …   Accounting dictionary

  • semi-fixed cost — stepped cost An item of expenditure that increases in total as activity rises but in a stepped, rather than a linear, function (see linear cost function). For example, the costs of one supervisor may be required for a particular range of activity …   Big dictionary of business and management

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