Economic cost

Economic cost can best be defined as: A) any contractual obligation that results in a flow of money expenditures from an enterprise to resource suppliers. B) any contractual obligation to labor or material suppliers. C) compensations that must be received by resource owners to insure their continued supply. D) all costs exclusive of payments to fixed factors of production.

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