The Structural Problems of Pricing Approach in Hungary
This paper examines the two main problematic fields of Hungarian pricing approach with respect to the change of the national base of knowledge: as economic- legal system regarding the formation of price-information on the cost-side is not equivalent of the market economy's system in many respects. The second problem is that Hungarian ownership companies have considerable methodological lags in the field of profitability qualification of prices formed on the market, and in the field of estimation of product-profitability driven from price-information.
Volume (Year): 3 (2005)
Issue (Month): 01 ()
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