Managerial Economics

by George A. Petrochilos

Managerial Economics Synopsis

This text places the study of managerial economics firmly in a European context. Managerial Economics offers a lively and readable account of how economic theory can be used to make effective business decisions. With numerous case studies and examples, it guides students through the concepts and applications of the subject to provide a comprehensive understanding of the complexities of economic decision making in business. Managerial Economics is an excellent course text for business and economics undergraduates, as well as MBA students, taking a course in managerial economics.

Managerial Economics Press Reviews

'It is easy to read, well structured, covers a tremendous spectrum of topics, and is rich with relevant examples, exercises, and case studies. Students being educated with Petrochilos's text will find the book not only a good course book; its resourcefulness will make it also a valuable reference in their private libraries that will prove useful in other economics and business courses as well.' - Global Business and Economics Review

Book Information

ISBN: 9780333994238
Publication date: 2nd December 2003
Author: George A. Petrochilos
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 484 pages
Categories: Economic theory & philosophy, Microeconomics,

About George A. Petrochilos

GEORGE PETROCHILOS teaches in the Department of Economics & International Business, at the Business School of the University of Greenwich.

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