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David N. Weil
Economic Growth provides students with a complete introduction to the discipline and the latest research. Economic Growth is ideal for a wide array of courses, including undergraduate and graduate courses in economic growth, economic development, macro theory, applied econometrics, and development studies.
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The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets set the standard for money and banking courses when it published in its first edition, and it continues to be the worldwide market leader.
The Business School Edition, 3e édition
R. Glenn Hubbard, Anthony O'Brien
Learn economics through real business examples. For the two-semester Principles of Economics courses at four- and two-year colleges and universities.
Efraim Turban, David King
Electronic Commerce provides a thorough explanation of what EC is, how it's being conducted and managed, and how to assess its opportunities, limitations, issues, and risks—all from a managerial perspective. For undergraduate and graduate electronic commerce courses.
Judy Strauss, Raymond Frost
Strauss/Frost offers traditional marketing coverage with a twist: its focus is on the Internet and other technologies that have had a profound effect on marketing. The sixth edition focuses more on e-marketing strategy and practice, and less on principles of marketing refresher material. For courses in Internet Marketing or E-marketing.
Successfully Launching New Ventures, 4e édition
Bruce R. Barringer, Duane Ireland
Inspirational and informative—introduce students to the process of entrepreneurial success. For undergraduate courses in Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation.
Peggy A. Lambing, Charles R. Kuehl
Lynne Lewis, Tom Tietenberg
Environmental & Natural Resource Economicsis the best-selling text for this course, offering a policy-oriented approach and introducing economic theory in the context of debates and empirical work from the field. Students leave the course with a global perspective of both environmental and natural resource economics.
Robin Bade, Michael Parkin
A practice-oriented learning system that breaks the traditional textbook mold. To help the student focus on the most important concepts–and effectively practice application of those concepts–Essential Foundations of Economics is structured around a Checklist/Checkpoint system.
Kenneth Laudon, Jane Laudon
For undergraduate and graduate MIS courses. An in-depth look at how today's businesses use information technologies. Many businesses look for candidates who know how to use information systems, making a general understanding of information systems an asset to any business student.
Timothy Judge, Stephen Robbins
For one-semester undergraduate and graduate level courses in Organizational Behavior. This bestselling, brief alternative for the OB course covers all the key concepts needed to understand, predict, and respond to the behavior of people in real-world organizations.
John R. Walker
International Financial Reporting Standards, 9e édition
Walter T Harrison, Bill Thomas
This text helps students "nail" the accounting cycle up front in order to increase success and retention later on. The concepts and mechanics students learn in the critical 'accounting cycle' chapters are used consistently and repetitively–and with clear-cut details and explanations–throughout the remainder of the text, minimizing confusion.
Frederic Mishkin, Stanley Eakins
In Financial Markets and Institutions, best-selling authors Mishkin and Eakins provide a practical introduction to prepare students for today's changing landscape of financial markets and institutions.
For Human Resource Management course.
Peter DeMarzo, Jonathan Berk
For undergraduate corporate finance or financial management courses using IFRS. The core concepts you expect. The new ideas you want. The pedagogy your students need to succeed. This edition focuses on new topics and includes an increased emphasis on valuation.