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Definition of Full-cost pricing

Full-cost pricing Definition from Business & Finance Dictionaries & Glossaries
MONASH Marketing Dictionary
a pricing strategy in which all relevant variable costs and a full share of fixed costs directly attributable to the product are used in setting its selling price. See Incremental-Cost Pricing.
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Full-cost pricing Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
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Environmental Full cost accounting (EFCA) generally refers to the process of collecting and presenting information — about environmental, social, and economic costs and benefits/advantages (collectively known as the "triple bottom line") - for each proposed alternative when a decision is necessary. It is a conventional method of cost accounting that traces direct costs and allocates indirect costs. A synonym, true cost accounting (TCA) is also often used. Experts consider both terms problematic as definitions of "true" and "full" are inherently subjective (see Green economics for more on these problems).

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