alternative cost


alternative cost
alternative cost 1. ACC entscheidungsrelevante Kosten pl, relevante Kosten pl, Grenzkosten pl (cost accounting; synonymous: incremental cost, relevant costs); 2. ECON, FIN Alternativkosten pl, Opportunitätskosten pl (synonymous: opportunity cost, cost of foregone alternatives; the cost of using a resource in one activity is measured in terms of its best alternative use)

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