Category Archives: Economics

Calling All Teachers!

Seismic changes in vocational and tertiary level education mean there’s a drought of suitable texts. Teaching materials that worked, even 10 years ago, just don’t apply today. The new texts are not yet written. That’s why WE NEED NEW AUTHORS. If you are interested in becoming influential in creating new material in your subject area, we need to hear from you URGENTLY. Here’s how you can do it. Click on the LINK to send us the type of information we require so we can take…

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Import/Export; Guidelines for International Trade

Print ISBN: 978-1-925716-28-3 $69.95 eBook eISBN: 978-1-925716-29-0 $38.95 Sebastian Ioppolo Most businesses will be affected by international trade to some extent. Businesses, therefore, need to be dynamic and respond to the changing business environment to prosper or, in many cases, just to survive. Import/Export: Guidelines for International Trade, Third Edition, is designed to help business people and students gain specific international trade related knowledge. This will assist participants in identifying and capitalising on opportunities and reducing their risks, leading to improved business outcomes. This book…

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Manage Finances and Develop Financial Plans; In Your Business

Print ISBN: 978-1-925716-36-8 $74.95 eBook eISBN: 978-1-925716-37-5 $41.95 Ian Birt Manage Finance and Develop Financial Plans, Fifth Edition, shows you how to control financial results effectively in a small business. To do this, you need to: keep relevant records; report operating results; and plan financial performance. This book is divided into three parts. Part A, Manage Finances: Financial Records, investigates simple financial records and record-keeping procedures and legal requirements for records. Part B, Manage Finances: Financial Reports, then examines preparing and analysing simple financial reports…

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Credit Analysis and Lending Management, Fourth Edition

2017 $94.95 Print ISBN: 978-1-925716-04-7 $52.95 eBook eISBN: 978-1-925716-05-4 Milind Sathye, James Bartle Lending is one of the most important functions of any financial institution. If not managed properly, it can lead to credit quality problems, threatening the existence of the financial institution. To manage the lending function properly and mitigate credit quality problems, bank loan officers should be adequately trained in risk assessment techniques. No single textbook has previously covered credit risk analysis and lending management in a comprehensive and complete manner. ‘Credit Analysis…

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