International Businessprovides a clear and concise introduction to the environment and functions of international business. It explains in straightforward language the economic and financial underpinnings of international trade, the more subtle organisational and cultural issues, and the managerial challenges which face organisations of all types and sizes. In particular, it provides up-to-the-minute coverage of recent global events - the economic downturn and uncertainty in financial markets. It is written for students on undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes, or undertaking professional qualifications. It is especially suitable for non-specialist students of business.
An introductory economics text for undergraduate or equivalent courses, this work emphasizes the economic perspectives needed for the student to properly understand the various functional areas of business and management.
For undergratuate and postgraduate courses in Environmental Economics in Departments of Economics, Business, Geography and Management. Ideally suited for one semester modules, this text has one main aim to bring this subject alive for non-specialist students through highly interactive applications and an accessible yet sufficiently rigorous writing style.
With its comprehensive coverage, Intermediate Microeconomics combines the theoretical rigour of an intermediate microeconomics text with extensive applications of the key principles to evidence and data drawn from the UK, Europe and other international sources. Building on the success of the first edition, the second edition of this highly regarded text has been fully updated and reworked, including an additional chapter on game theory.
This book, which has been up-dated to incorporate changes in government policy and the increasing influence of the EU, provides a straightforward guide to the basic principles of economics with theory illustrated throughout by use of examples.
The review describes the publicly available sources of statistical information about postal and telecommunications in the United Kingdom. It covers public letter and parcel mail, postal orders, telephone, telegraph, telex, data and facsmile services. Given the 1981 Post Office reorganisation and the 1984 privatisation of British Telecom, this volume should prove a valuable resource to researchers and professionals requiring a guide to information in this rapidly changing field.
Using real-world examples, the authors clearly demonstrate how quantitative techniques can be applied to business and economics situations. The text is supported by a teacher resource pack that includes a data disk.
Highly praised over ten editions for its clear presentation, its broad coverage of economic topics and its unique blend of theory and application, the eleventh edition ofApplied Economicscontinues the traditions which have established it as the best selling text for students of applied economics. With its unique blend of theory and application,Applied Economicscommunicates the vitality and relevance of the subject to students, bringing economics to life and helping them apply economic principles to the 'real world'.