English for Business Studies is a course for students who need to be able to understand and talk about key business and economic concepts.
The 30 units cover a range of issues, including work and motivation, production, marketing, banking, business ethics, exchange rates and international trade.
The second edition contains two new chapters: Information and Electronic Commerce, and Entrepreneurs and Venture Capital.
It also includes a full update of the existing units.
|Three sectors of the Economy|
|Work and Motivation|
|Management and Cultural Diversity|
|Accounting and Financial Statements|
|Stock and Shares|
|Futures and derivatives|
|Takeovers and Buyouts|
|Futures and Options|
|Efficiency and Employment|
|The Role of Government|
|Central Banking, Money and Taxation|
|The Business Cycle|
|Keynesianism and Monetarism|
|Economics and Ecology|
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Audience: English as a Second Language (ESL)
Number Of Pages: 208
Published: 1st June 2006
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Dimensions (cm): 24.486 x 18.999 x 1.016
Weight (kg): 0.458