Management science in business: A research report from the Conference Board's Division of Management Research (Conference Board report ; no. 732) download epub
by Stanley J Pokempner
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by Stanley J Pokempner. Publisher:The Conference Board, Inc. Length:92 Pages. Select Format: Unknown Binding. Business Business & Investing Economics Management & Leadership.
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It counts approximately 1,200 public and private corporations and other organizations as members, encompassing 60 countries.
Management science in business. Bibliography: p. 88-91. by Stanley J. Pokempner. Published 1977 by The Board in . Written in English. Conference Board report ; no. 732, Conference Board report ;, no. 732. Classifications. U5 P6. The Physical Object.
CRIW brings together economists from government, academe, business, and non-profit organizations to discuss problems of mutual interest.
The conference brought together participants from 20 countries across the globe.
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They called these patterns business cycles and, in their 1946 book "Measuring Business Cycles," described them a. .
The purpose of the Conference Board's business cycle indicators (BCI) is to provide ways for analyzing the expansions and contractions of the economic cycle. They called these patterns business cycles and, in their 1946 book "Measuring Business Cycles," described them as "expansions occurring at about the same time in many economic activities, followed by similarly general recessions, contractions, and revivals which merge into the expansion phase of the next cycle.