Instructional Case: Main Line vs. Basinger: A Case in Relevant Costs and Incremental Analysis
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|Authors:||Barton, Thomas L. ; Shenkir, William G. ; Marinas, Brian C.|
Issues in accounting education. - Sarasota, Fla : Assoc, ISSN 0739-3172, ZDB-ID 6260135. - Vol. 11.1996, 1, p. 163-174
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