ECONOMIC ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS DECISIONS

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– Binding : Paperback
– ISBN13 : 9789383572274
– Language : English
– Publication Year : 2014
– Author: Dr. Atul Deshpande
– Product Code: VPA14016

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About the Book:
The book, being sequentially structured as per the new revised syllabus of Savitribai Phule University, aims at evaluating students’ performance
on the basis of ‘theoretical knowledge’ accompanied by ‘application orientation’ through practical case studies. This book meets all the
assessment criteria in its structure. It proves to be very helpful for students of M.Com, M.B.A., MA (Economics), CA or ICWA also.
Key points of the Book:

Definitions, numerical examples and ‘Points to remember’
Learning outcomes made clear
Simple and lucid language

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This reference book entitled “Economic Analysis for Business Decisions (102) has been sequentially structured as per the New Revised Syllabus (2013 Pattern) designed by the Board of Studies of the University of Pune (UoP). The Book has been crafted by keeping in mind the New Assessment Criteria devised by the academic authorities of UoP. The book is divided into Five Units as per the University of Pune Syllabus. In this book each Unit is discussed in its detailed perspective. For example, at the beginning of each Unit, learning outcomes are illustrated and further all Units progress with issues such as ‘points to remember, definitions, numerical examples etc. The most significant aspect of the book is the use of case studies. The case studies developed in the book are succeeded by exercises and solutions provided on such exercises. Another important feature of the book is a section where ‘multiple choice questions (MCQs)’ are included in all five Units. Like MCQs, each Unit has short questions where solution in the form of answers has been provided. To make the book visually attractive neat diagrams are drawn to make the concept and analysis crystal clear. In the last two Units additional information is provided on India’s public finance and the WTO along with issues such as money and capital markets, stock markets, stock market quotations, purchasing power parity argument and a host of such analytical issues. The book is written in a simple and lucid manner. Although the book has been written in the light of the UoP Syllabus, it is very useful for a variety of students who are studying M.Com, M.A. (Economics) CA or ICWA curriculum’s along with other professional and foundation courses where micro, macro economics and the knowledge of Indian economy are being studied. As a result, we hope that the book will be received well in all the corners of the nation.