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Author Stuebs, Marty, author

Title Sunk costs : what costs do you sea? / Marty Stuebs, Cari Edison, Katy Hurt
Published London : SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017
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Description 1 online resource : illustrations
Series SAGE Knowledge. Cases
SAGE Knowledge. Cases
Summary Companies' responsibilities for safety are important social and environmental concerns. This fictional caséђؤinspired by recent actual eventśђؤpresents a capital investment intended to improve cruise ship safety. Both managerial accounting investment analyses and ethical recognition of responsibilities play necessary roles in the safety investment decisions. The case also refers to and encourages use of the IMA℗ʼ Statement of Ethical Professional Practice. Since the case blends managerial accounting and ethics, it is suitable for a number of managerial accounting and accounting ethics courses
Notes Originally Published InStuebs, M., Edison, C., & Hurt, K. (2014). Sunk costs: What costs do you sea? IMA Education Case Journal, 7(3), Article 2
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Subject Managerial accounting -- Case studies.
Business ethics -- Case studies.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Edison, Cari, author
Hurt, Katy, author
ISBN 9781526428035 (ebook)