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Article on ABC's History This article is by an expert in the subject of Activity Based Costing named John Miller. With 40 years of experience both in industry where he held the position of CFO for a publicly held New York Stock Exchange company and as a principal to industry for an international consulting firm, John combines the skills of a consultant with the mindset of a CFO. John is a frequent and featured speaker at international and domestic conferences, seminars, summits, and training events. ACTIVITY-BASED COSTING The roots of Activity-Based Costing (ABC) go back almost 100 years. In 1919, the earliest know reference to ABC, Dexter S. Kimball Professor of Industrial Engineering and Dean, College of Engineering, Cornell University published Cost Finding. Dated in terms of examples (in 1919 the fully burdened direct labor rate was 38 cents an hour), the emphasis was on activity costing and accounting for activity cost, activity output, and activity performance. In 1971, George J. Staubus, Professor of Business Administration at the
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This note was uploaded on 06/22/2011 for the course ALL 101 taught by Professor Laus during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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