Definition of Cost accountant
1. Noun. A specialist in the systematic recording and analysis of the costs incident to production.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Cost Accountant
Literary usage of Cost accountant
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Principles and Practice of Cost Accounting for Accountants, Manufacturers by Frederick Henry Baugh (1915)
"Duties of the cost accountant. It is the duty of the cost accountant to show the cost in such a manner that the results may shed the most possible light on ..."
2. Manufacturing Costs and Accountsby Alexander Hamilton Church by Alexander Hamilton Church (1917)
"At the same time, the peculiar position of the cost accountant had to be kept ... It has been attempted in the present work to show the cost accountant the ..."
3. The Science of Accounts: A Presentation of the Underlying Principles of by Harry Clark Bentley (1911)
"... or in event of his taking a position where the duties of cost accountant in a manufacturing business may sooner or later devolve upon him. ..."
4. Report of the Richmond, Indiana, Survey for Vocational Education by Indiana State Board of Education, Richmond (Ind.). Board of Education, Indiana University, Robert Josselyn Leonard (1916)
"The duplicate is filed in the office of the foundry cost accountant. ... When the work is reported at the end of the day, the cost accountant writes the ..."
5. Scientific Management and Railroads: Being Part of a Brief Submitted to the by Louis Dembitz Brandeis (1911)
"The man sitting next to me is the cost clerk or the cost accountant clerk. ... The cost accountant draws conclusions from time cards, store cards, ..."
6. Cost Accounting: Principles and Practice by John Packard Jordan, Gould Leach Harris (1920)
"If the cost accountant can make clear to these men the justification for cost ... If the cost accountant has to "sell" a cost system, however, ..."