Statistics for business, economics and management

Harrison, Stephen R. and Tamaschke, Rick H.U. Statistics for business, economics and management. New York ; Sydney: Prentice Hall, 1993.

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Author Harrison, Stephen R.
Tamaschke, Rick H.U.
Title Statistics for business, economics and management
Place of Publication New York ; Sydney
Publisher Prentice Hall
Publication year 1993
Sub-type Other
Series Includes computer guide and disk
ISBN 0724811125 (book only)
Language eng
Total number of pages 733
Subjects 230200 Statistics
340000 Economics
350200 Business and Management
Formatted Abstract/Summary

'Statistics' play a major role in business and managerial decision-making. Many people use the term 'statistics' in the sense of statistical data. Examples of such data include Gross Domestic Product, the current account deficit, the level of unemployment, the rate of inflation, and the exchange rate between the Australian and United States dollars.

Others use the term 'statistics' when referring to a host of statistical or quantitative techniques with which data can be analysed to provide information which will aid managerial decision-making. As daunting as the task may seem, a study of quantitative methods promises major benefits to decision-makers in industry and government, preparing for the push towards the year 2000 and beyond.       .....................................
Keyword Social sciences -- Statistical methods
Commercial statistics
Q-Index Code AX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown
Additional Notes System requirements for accompanying disk: IBM PC.
Title on booklet: Computer guide, Statistics for business, economics and management.
Former title : Statistics for Australian business, economics and management.

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