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Economics and industrial history

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Published by Scott in Chicago .
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Economics and industrial history by Thurston, Henry Winfred Download PDF EPUB FB2

In A Clear And Systematic Manner, This Book Presents An Exhaustive Exposition Of The Various Dimensions Of Industrial Economics. The Focus Of The Book Is On Understanding The Behaviour Of Business Firms Under Different Market Conditions. The Concepts And Tools Of Economic Analysis Relevant For Business Decision-Making Have Been Explained In Detail.1/5(3).

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