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Unformatted text preview: quantities in which commodities are sold or delivered” (p.214). This would relate to our case if we knowingly sell to Samantha at a lower cost than what we are charging Mastercraft and Winkley & White without paying attention to the cost at which we are making the product. In this case, we are not breaking the Robinson-Patman law because even though it cost less to make the product for Samantha due to savings such as the $5 for rockwool insulation, the $1 for the door gasket per oven and some other factors, we are unable to provide the 5% discount to Samantha OEM. In the event we were to provide the discount under the current conditions then we will be in direct violation of the Robinson-Patman Act. References Sevin, C. (1938). Sales Cost Accounting and the Robinson-Patman Act. Journal of Marketing , 2 (3), 214-218. Retrieved from Business Source Complete database....
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2011 for the course ACCT 670 taught by Professor Lieman during the Spring '10 term at George Mason.
- Spring '10
- Decision Making