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ABC –ABM – Innovative Methods For Streamlining Public Spending

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  • Inga Bulat

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During the time, managers were seeking new methods of costs calculation incurred in the production of new products or services for profit and the achievement of more qualitative production services. In this way, the realization of some comparative cost – benefit analysis based on spending incurred by companies were very difficult, considering that the values were determined based on coefficients, without having established causal link with generating activities; the pursuit of cost reduction. Today, one can appeal to other methods of increasing competitiveness, for example the development of political strategies. Also, indirect costs are considered secondary and support activities are underestimated as important for the companies’ systemic management.

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  • Inga Bulat, 2017. "ABC –ABM – Innovative Methods For Streamlining Public Spending," Fostering Knowledge Triange in Moldova: 2017 Conference Proceedings,, Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, Centre for Studies in European Integration.
  • Handle: RePEc:tkp:fktm17:237-246
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