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Economic cost is the combination of gains and losses of any goods that have a value attached to them by any one individual. Economic cost is used mainly by economists as means to compare the prudence of one course of action with that of another. The goods to be taken into consideration are e.g. money, time and resources. The comparison includes the gains and losses precluded by taking a course of action, as the those of the course taken itself. Economic cost differs from accounting cost because it includes opportunity cost.

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  • Economic cost
  • التكلفة الاقتصادية
  • Custo económico
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  • Economic cost is the combination of gains and losses of any goods that have a value attached to them by any one individual. Economic cost is used mainly by economists as means to compare the prudence of one course of action with that of another. The goods to be taken into consideration are e.g. money, time and resources. The comparison includes the gains and losses precluded by taking a course of action, as the those of the course taken itself. Economic cost differs from accounting cost because it includes opportunity cost.
  • التكلفة الاقتصادية هي مزيج من الأرباح والخسائر لأي سلعة. ويستخدم علماء الاقتصاد هذة القيم لمقارنة السلعة الواحدة في أوقات متخلفة من العام، أو لمقارنة السلع بعضها ببعض. ومن أمثال هذة السلع المال، الوقت، المصادر. ولا يجب الخلط بين التكلفة الاقتصادية وحساب التكاليف، لأن التكلفة الاقتصادية تأخذ في عين الاعتبار تكلفة الفرصة البديلة.
  • O custo económico de uma decisão depende tanto do custo da alternativa escolhida como do benefício relativo que se poderia ter obtido com a melhor alternativaO custo económico difere do custo contabilístico, pois inclui também o custo de oportunidade. Por exemplo, consideremos o custo económico escolher frequentar um curso universitário. O custo contabilístico inclui as propinas a pagar à universidade, alojamento e alimentação, livros e outras despesas relacionadas. O custo de oportunidade de frequentar a us variáveis. CT = CF + CV.
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  • Economic cost is the combination of gains and losses of any goods that have a value attached to them by any one individual. Economic cost is used mainly by economists as means to compare the prudence of one course of action with that of another. The goods to be taken into consideration are e.g. money, time and resources. The comparison includes the gains and losses precluded by taking a course of action, as the those of the course taken itself. Economic cost differs from accounting cost because it includes opportunity cost.
  • التكلفة الاقتصادية هي مزيج من الأرباح والخسائر لأي سلعة. ويستخدم علماء الاقتصاد هذة القيم لمقارنة السلعة الواحدة في أوقات متخلفة من العام، أو لمقارنة السلع بعضها ببعض. ومن أمثال هذة السلع المال، الوقت، المصادر. ولا يجب الخلط بين التكلفة الاقتصادية وحساب التكاليف، لأن التكلفة الاقتصادية تأخذ في عين الاعتبار تكلفة الفرصة البديلة.
  • O custo económico de uma decisão depende tanto do custo da alternativa escolhida como do benefício relativo que se poderia ter obtido com a melhor alternativaO custo económico difere do custo contabilístico, pois inclui também o custo de oportunidade. Por exemplo, consideremos o custo económico escolher frequentar um curso universitário. O custo contabilístico inclui as propinas a pagar à universidade, alojamento e alimentação, livros e outras despesas relacionadas. O custo de oportunidade de frequentar a us variáveis. CT = CF + CV. * * Custo variável (CV): são os custos dos fatores que aumentam em relação direta com a quantidade que se decide produzir. O trabalho e matérias-primas são tipicamente considerados custos variáveis. * Custo fixo (CF): são os custos dos ativos de produção que, para uma dada estrutura de produção, não variam com o volume da produção. São exemplos os edifícios, máquinas ou licenças. * Custo médio (CM): corresponde aos custos totais divididos pelo volume de produção. CM = CF/q + CM/q * Custo marginal (C'): dada uma determinada quantidade de produção, corresponde ao acréscimo de custo para produzir a unidade seguinte.
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