e-books in Business & Investing category
by Peter J. Ferrara, Michael D. Tanner - Cato Institute , 1998
How to reform Social Security and end the looming crisis. As the debate over Social Security's future heats up, this book will be vital reading for anyone interested in ensuring that future generations enjoy dignified, secure retirement.
by C.H. Richardson, I.L. Miller - D. Van Nostrand Company Inc. , 1946
This text is designed for a course for students who desire a knowledge of the mathematics of modern business and finance. The vocational aspects of the subject should be especially attractive to students of commerce and business administration.
by Ross Gittell, Matt Magnusson, Michael Merenda - The Saylor Foundation , 2014
This book combines the theory of sustainability with key concepts, analytical and contextual information with a collection of cases which provide guidance on how sustainable businesses operate from different business functional area perspectives.
by Wyn Grant, Graham K. Wilson - Oxford University Press , 2012
The Global Financial Crisis is the most serious economic crisis since the Great Depression. Many books have explored its causes, but this book systematically explores its consequences. The focus is on the policy and political consequences of the GFC.
by G. Lawrence Sanders - The Saylor Foundation , 2013
The book focuses on the upfront activities and ideas for new product and service development. A number of powerful concepts and tools are presented so your students can better understand how to facilitate new product development.
by Jonathan T. Scott - European Foundation for Management Development , 2010
Recommended for managers, employees, teachers, and students, this informative guide explains the importance of waste minimisation as a first step toward sustainability. The breadth and depth of long-term, profitable business practices are explored.
by Edward I. Edgerton, Wallace E. Bartholomew - The Ronald Press Co. , 1921
The course in this book is much more advanced than the usual course in commercial arithmetic. The attempt has been made to construct a practical course which will contain all the essential mathematical knowledge required in a business career.
by Thomas K. Tiemann - The Global Text Project , 2010
The book explores the basic ideas behind statistics, such as populations, samples, the data and information, and most importantly sampling distributions. Using real-world examples, the author hopes to help students understand how statistics works.
by Karen M Gardner, et al. - SIGS , 2011
This book presents concepts and terminology of cognitive patterns and cognitive modeling. It explains the uniqueness of cognitive patterns as an approach in modeling business systems and processes. It models the way reality is understood by people.
- Strike Debt , 2012
This operations manual is for all those being crushed under the weight of debt. It aims to provide specific tactics for understanding and fighting against the debt system so that we can all reclaim our lives and our communities.
- Wikibooks , 2011
This book is designed as a revision guide for students studying GCSE Business Studies. It should be suitable for all exam boards. Contents: Introduction to Business; Marketing; Production; Human Resouces; Finance; Growth of Businesses; etc.
by Eric Proulx - Smashwords , 2012
Buying a home should be an exciting experience. For so many, however, the process is confusing, filled with jargon and legalese. This guide is your answer to all of that: a concise guide on the home buying process, from start to finish.
by Donald J McCubbrey - Connexions , 2009
The book is designed to introduce students to the essential concepts of business and other organizations. It focuses on small, entrepreneurial start-ups, and expands the discussion to include issues that are faced in larger organizations.
by Christian D. Larson - The New Literature Publishing Company , 1912
The majority among practical business men prefer a brief and condensed presentation of the best methods that have been evolved through experiments with business psychology. And it is this preference that has been considered in every chapter.
by William Frey - Connexions , 2010
Designed as a laboratory, skills-based book where students develop, practice, and refine decision-making and problem-solving strategies that they will carry with them into the world of business practice. The approach is decidedly practical.
by Karen Collins - Flat World Knowledge , 2009
The author's goals in writing Exploring Business were simple: first, introduce students to business in an exciting way and second, provide faculty with a fully developed teaching package that allows them to do the former.
by Marcelo Fernandes - BookBoon , 2009
In today's economic environment it is practically impossible to avoid dealing with data gathering and analysis. This free textbook provides a comprehensive overview of the main topics in the area of statistic analysis for business and economics.
by Irwin Schiff - Freedom Books , 1999
The Federal Mafia exposes every facet of the government's illegal enforcement of the income tax - and will convince you that Organized Crime in America begins with The Federal Government. The government doesn't want you to know what's in this book.
- Federal Reserve System , 1998
Provides guidance on trading operations and related banking activities. Details management practices and key examination and review considerations for trading and capital-markets activities. Discusses a wide range of risk management issues.