№ 55(1), January, 2010
Public date: 31.01.2010
Archive of journal: Articles count 22, 47 kb

Description
The essence of perspective method of Directcosting" consists of use of direct variable expenses which directly concern on production cost price (socalled relevant expenses), not only for the account, but first of all as factors of management of volumes of manufacture of various kinds of production. However this method has a number of lacks: first, this analysis is carried out within the limits of system of controlling of the enterprise, instead of branches and diversified agrarian and industrial complex of region; secondly, in calculations of this method is accepted, that production volumes linearly depend on expenses for its manufacture that is true only at extensive evolution of manufacture, in the narrow limits defined enough at which manufacture volumes can increase extensively without technology and organization change; thirdly, in calculations of this method the force and direction of influence of factors, and also a kind of function of this influence is not defined. Overcoming of these lacks could raise efficiency of the Directcosting method and expand area of its application. However, this problem was not set and was not solved, first of all, because of absence of a corresponding mathematical method, and also program toolkit realizing it and a technique of its application. In this work the given problem is set and its complex decision is offered. Numerical examples are resulted

Description
The essence of perspective method of Directcosting" consists of use of direct variable expenses which directly concern on production cost price (socalled relevant expenses), not only for the account, but first of all as factors of management of volumes of manufacture of various kinds of production. However this method has a number of lacks: first, this analysis is carried out within the limits of system of controlling of the enterprise, instead of branches and diversified agrarian and industrial complex of region; secondly, in calculations of this method is accepted, that production volumes linearly depend on expenses for its manufacture that is true only at extensive evolution of manufacture, in the narrow limits defined enough at which manufacture volumes can increase extensively without technology and organization change; thirdly, in calculations of this method the force and direction of influence of factors, and also a kind of function of this influence is not defined. Overcoming of these lacks could raise efficiency of the Directcosting method and expand area of its application. However, this problem was not set and was not solved, first of all, because of absence of a corresponding mathematical method, and also program toolkit realizing it and a technique of its application. In this work the given problem is set and its complex decision is offered. Numerical examples are resulted