Business Conditions Analysis
by David A. Dilts
Publisher: Indiana-Purdue University 2006
Number of pages: 295
Topics: A quick review of the essence of macroeconomics; Economic data sources and their interrelations; Forecasting models and their uses; Putting together the notion of business environment within a strategic view of a business enterprise.
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