Research Paper On Csr Activities
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John and Mary Farmer Case Study
This 4 page paper is based on a case study supplied by the student. Answering three questions the first part of the paper looks at whether or not activity based accounting methods would be suitable for agricultural businesses such as farms, the second part of the paper discusses potentially bad decisions that may be made where activity based accounting is not used and the last part of the paper reviews an article that supports the use of activity based accounting of fixed/variable cost accounting. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
Hewlett Packard and Cost Management
This 10 page paper considers the potential value that is perceived to occur when activity based costing (ABC), is implemented in an organisation. Discussing what is meant by activity based costing and the advantages and disadvantages the paper goes on to look at the implementation at Hewlett Packard at both the Boise Surface Mount Centre in Idaho and the Colorado Springs Division, one of which was successful, and one of which failed. The bibliography cites 9 sources.
Zauner Ornaments Costing Case Study
This 8 page paper looks at a case study supplied by the student and answers 4 questions. The first identified activity based costing as the best method to assess costs on different product lines. The second undertakes activity based costing (ABC) calculations for three product lines. The third part of the paper considers what the different calculation tell the student about different forms of costing, and the last part of the paper suggests some changes in the pricing strategy of the company. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Sexuality and the Impact of TV
A 7 page research paper exploring the effects of television on sexual behavior. The writer focuses upon the changes in adolescent sexual activity. Specific documented examples of youngsters mimicking acts they had seen on television or in the movies are given. The thesis of the paper is essentially that, 'Yes, television does, in fact, impact the degree of sexual activity among adolescents.' Bibliography is included.