Oiconomy Pricing - Real price of a stone kitchen countertop release_7svtdbbjf5b7jeciaqcjfuudmq

by Niels Van Den Beucken, Beatriz Hidalgo Daim, Walter Vermeulen, P.R. Croes, Larissa Van Der Feen

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Using the Oiconomy Pricing method, this case study assessed the negative hidden costs and positive costs of 1m<sup>2</sup><sub> </sub>of stone kitchen countertop. Hidden costs show what impact the product has on planet, people and prosperity that are currently not reflected in the prices charged for the goods along the value chain. Negative hidden costs are based on prevention as they calculate the cost necessary to eliminate all the negative impact.
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