2 edition of guide to reference resources in statistics for economics students found in the catalog.
guide to reference resources in statistics for economics students
McLennan Library. Reference Dept.
by McLennan Library, Reference Dept., McGill University in [Montreal]
Written in English
|Statement||McLennan Library, Reference Dept., McGill University.|
|LC Classifications||Z7553.E2 M3 1971, HA36 M3 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||75313478|
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Mathematical Statistics for Economics and Business, Second Edition, provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles of mathematical statistics which underpin statistical analyses in the fields of economics, business, and econometrics. The selection of topics in this textbook is designed to provide students with a conceptual foundation that will facilitate a substantial understanding of Cited by: I'm afraid I'm not answering your question very fairly, I know next to nothing about a-levels. But I really think everyone who has an interest in economics, for school or otherwise, should read Ha-Joon Chang's Economics - The User's Guide. You'll.
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An extensive and authoritative economics reference resource which contains over articles by more than of the world’s leading economists. Oxford Dictionary of Economics A Dictionary of Economics provides clear, jargon-free definitions for thousands of economic terms, including up-to-date entries on topics such as e-commerce and the Euro.
It is aimed at advanced high school students, but will cover most of what undergraduate students need to know as well. Doing tutorials that let you work a problem through from the beginning to the end is an excellent way to build your confidence at working with statistics.
Finally, Simply Statistics is a good resource for more advanced students. Credo Reference--Business and Economics Electronic Reference Books Credo Reference Contains encyclopedias and dictionaries for all subjects, including EconomicsAuthor: Marcia Dellenbach.
Must Read Books for Aspiring Economists One of the best ways to discover your particular passion in the field of economics is to read a range of books. This list, while by no means an exhaustive study of the best economic texts, contains a mix of classic and contemporary works that will give you a historical understanding of economics as well.
Organized by topic and thoroughly indexed, this guide makes it a snap to find the right sources. It offers an appealing introduction to reference work and resources for LIS students and also serves as an affordable course book to complement online Guide to Reference access.
statistics in this way, we are going to take a deeper approach. We will view statistics the way professional statisticians view it—as a methodology for collecting, classifying, summarizing, organizing, presenting, analyzing and interpreting numerical information.
The Use of Statistics in Economics and Other Social Sciences. A guide to research resources on mathematical statistics topics. Book Reviews.
MAA Reviews provides books reviews and recommendations for all areas of mathematics.; Journals such as The American Mathematical Monthly, The American Statistician, Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Mathematics Magazine, Notices of the Author: Brian Quigley.
Recommended reading for economic students. Economics for Everyone: A Short Guide to the Economics of Capitalism [Paperback] Jim Stanford.
Another critique of capitalism and free market economics. One note: if you find an economics book is as dull and incomprehensible, that’s probably because it is dull an incomprehensible. The Library holds the major British government statistical series, eg: Economic trends, Family spending (formerly Family expenditure survey), Living in Britain (formerly General household survey), New earnings survey, Regional trends, United Kingdom balance of payments ("pink book"), United Kingdom national accounts ("blue book").Author: Gordon Connell.
A guide to resources in the library and government publications (reports, hearings) about recent and past government shutdowns. Health Statistics; Health Studies Current Awareness via Facebook; History and Culture of 20th Century America by decade A guide to reference books, journals, and online library resources for research on different decades.
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This pocket-sized guide is a helpful reference for business students, business managers, and general readers seeking advice. Availability and access: URL or other location information for the data/statistics; The following links provide you with useful guides to citing statistical data.
Use these along with the citation style guide recommended by your instructor. Statistics Canada's Guide "How to Cite Statistics Canada Products" How to Cite Data (UBC Library)Author: Joyline Makani.
Facts is your complete guide to Introductory Statistics for Business and Economics. In this book, you will learn topics such as Probability, Probability Distributions, Two Random Variables, and. Trading Economics: A Guide to the Use of Economic Statistics for Traders and Practitioners cuts through the economic and market noise, delivering a clear view of how statistics interact to create and demonstrate economic trends and movements.
Of equal value to market traders and practitioners, financiers, government officials, financial journalists, economics and business students as to the interested observer, the book is presented in an easy to reference layout Cited by: 3. This guide cites over 50 reference resources dealing with Canadian economics which are in the McLennan Library at McGill University.
The introduction identifies some important sources of information on economics which are not included in this guide. Among these are government publications (only a few specialized government documents are cited in the guide) and annual reports of Canadian.
REFERENCE TOOLS. Reference materials are tools crammed full of information and are intended to be referred to for quick answers, facts, dates, persons, places, events, etc. They are not intended to be read from cover to cover as are monographs or textbooks.
eReferences. Many reference tools are now available in electronic form (softcopy) as well as in print (hardcopy). Monash University Library offers students and researchers access to thousands of huge databases of academic literature and research information. Along with books, the academic journal articles you find in these databases are the best and most reliable resources to reference Author: Louise Micallef.
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edited by Robert Balay. Guide to reference books. The mission of the UCLA Library is to provide access to and delivery of information resources to UCLA students, faculty, and staff in support of the Author: Diane Mizrachi.
Statistics came well before computers. It would be very different if it were the other way around. The stats most people learn in high school or college come from the time when computations were Author: Dan Kopf.Guide to Reference, published in as the online successor to Guide to Reference Books, was a selective guide to the best print and online reference editorial team of reference librarians and subject experts selected and annotated s entries, which were organized by subject.Resource Pack for Economics Curriculum (Secondary )-Application of Economic concepts to authentic situation-(1) Aviation Industry in Hong Kong () Resource Pack for Economics Curriculum (Secondary )- Efficiency, Equity and Role of Government: Teacher's version (by topic), student's version (by topic) and Excel programmes () Read more.