Author: Salvatore Dominick
Brand: Oxford University Press
Number Of Pages: 792
Details: Product Description
Managerial Economics in a Global Economy, Ninth Edition, synthesizes economic theory, decision sciences, and business administration to train students in making managerial decisions in the modern, globalized world. With an international perspective and a wealth of relevant examples, this text illustrates how local economic decision-making is now inescapably global.
“Interesting, well-written, and global–a good text!”
–Evelina Mengova, Governors State University
“This is the flagship textbook for managerial economics.”
–Daniel Farhat, Radford University
“The breadth of material and range of topics allow instructors to assemble a course that is appropriate for undergraduate economics students, business students, and students pursuing an MBA.”
–David McClough, Ohio Northern University
About the Author
Dominick Salvatore is Distinguished Professor of Economics and Business and Director of the Global Economic Policy Center at Fordham University. He is also Honorary Professor at Shanghai Finance University, Nanjing Finance and Economics University, Hunan University, and the University of Pretoria. He also acts as a consultant to the Economic Policy Institute, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the United Nations, and various other global banks and corporations.
Professor Salvatore has authored International Economics (2016) and Microeconomics: Theory and Applications (Oxford University Press, 2009), coauthored Income Distribution (Oxford University Press, 2006), and edited Where Is the World Economy Headed? (2017) and Why Is World Growth Slowing Down? (2016). He has also been the editor of Open Economies Review and The American Economist, and he serves as the current coeditor of the Journal of Policy Modeling.
Release Date: 13-07-2018
Package Dimensions: 33x240x1411