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Separating the Grey from the Green: A case study examining the use of full-cost accounting principles as a decision-making tool for determining the costs and benefits associated with mining in the North
Principal Investigator: Martin, James A
Licenced Year(s): 2006
Summary: This Master’s level research project aims to discover if full cost accounting principles should be considered in decision-making on the costs and benefits associated with mining in the Northwest Territories. The project will consist of an in-depth case study using both primary and secondary data sources, including interviews with the personnel of organizations considered to be regular reviewers of...


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