Jargon, jargon, jargon. Perplexing, meaningless, incomprehensible: that’s all the business world is, right? Be flummoxed no more! The Penguin Dictionary of Business is your answer. From oligopoly to the Pareto analysis to the Chinese wall and the Taguchi method, this text deciphers and disentangles the mysteries of commerce, economics and finance. Written accessibly and succinctly, this is the ultimate reference for anyone with an interest in the business world, whether for study or work. Clearly written by experts in their fields, with practical and relevant examples, it covers a host of both general and more specialised terms, from ‘A’ shares to zero-sum game.
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||392|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|