Posibilitati de perfectionare a calculatiei costurilor in silvicultura prin introducerea metodei standard-cost
AbstractThe book-keeping of the administration must insure the rapid acquiring of exact, viable, clear figures adapted to different aspects of the current administration. The wise use and the timely transmission of this information will allow the management of the Forrest District to react to the problems that might appear in the shortest time possible. Furthermore, it will allow for the formulation of a diagnosis as well as for the elaboration of a coherent set of rules which can facilitate a long-lasting and efficient administration of the forests the district has in its jurisdiction. The necessity of the lasting reduction of the costs for the insurance of economic efficiency at the level of the Forrest District, together with the demands necessary for the better management of the units in the actual conditions, impose the improvement of the costs calculation. The purpose is to create a stronger role for these methods to be able to make decisions concerning the rational use of the production factors, the improvement of the technological processes and the adaptation of an efficient organisational structure.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 21327.
Date of creation: 10 Mar 2010
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Publication status: Published in NICOLAE BALCESCU LAND FORCES ACADEMY PUBLISHING HOUSE SIBIU ISSN 1843 – 6722.3(2009): pp. 177-181
management of the Forrest District; cost calculation; reduction of the costs; standard – cost method;
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