Books in category Business & Economics – Forecasting

  • Buying Your Own Business

    Buying Your Own Business
    Russell Robb

    Buying your own business is the shortest route to realizing that dream-and often financially safer than starting from scratch. Buying Your Own Business, 2nd Edition is the essential reference to reaching your goal.

  • Advances in Business and Management Forecasting Volume 7

    Advances in Business and Management Forecasting, Volume 7
    Kenneth D. Lawrence, Ronald K. Klimberg

    "Advances in Business and Management Forecasting" is a blind refereed serial publication published on an annual basis.

  • Trimming the Sails

    Trimming the Sails
    István Benczés

    Fiscal consolidation has significant short-term costs which can dampen economic growth.

  • Quality of Life Balance of Power and Nuclear Weapons 2009

    Quality of Life, Balance of Power and Nuclear Weapons (2009)
    Alexander V. Avakov

    Who has the most nuclear assets in the Middle East?a Whose power is waning, whose increasing?

  • Prospects for Foreign Direct Investment and the Strategies of Page 966

    Prospects for Foreign Direct Investment and the Strategies of …, Page 966
    United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

    Prospects for global foreign direct investment are promising in both the short term (2005-2006) and the medium term (2007-2008).

  • Darwinomics

    Darwinomics
    Umberto Sulpasso

  • The IMF s Data Dissemination Initiative After 10 Years Part 232

    The IMF’s Data Dissemination Initiative After 10 Years, Part 232
    William Edward Alexander, John Cady, Jesus Gonzalez-Garcia

    This volume reviews certain aspects of the development of and experience with the initiative over the past decade, and concludes by reflecting on potential challenges ahead and possible enhancements.

  • Inevitable Surprises

    Inevitable Surprises

    In a paperback edition featuring a new foreword, the author of The Art of the Long View makes predictions about the business world of tomorrow, arguing that such challenges as terrorism, a dynamic global economy, and rapidly changing …

  • Program Planning

    Program Planning
    Mitchell L. Springer

    The program planning process is made up of four key elements: program organization planning, schedule planning, cost planning, and performance planning.

  • Driving Growth Through Innovation

    Driving Growth Through Innovation
    Robert B. Tucker

    Offers an approach for designing and implementing an enterprise-wide innovation strategy.

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