A long awaited update of the popular 1988 handbook by Diane Wheeler Strauss, this book is divided into two main parts. The first seven chapters cover business information according to the formats in which it is made available. The second part of the book covers specific topics within the area of business. Included are chapters on marketing; money, credit, and banking; and the many aspects of investment ranging from stocks through bonds, mutual funds, and futures and options. Recognizing the changes in information retrieval techniques since the first edition, special emphasis is placed on the Internet as a source of reliable, accurate, and timely information. Nevertheless, print resources have not been neglected, as they continue to provide a strong foundation for most collections.Reprinted from the 2001 Statistical Abstract of the United States, http://www. census.gov/prod/2002pubs/01statab/services.pdf. ... military Savings data are oalcJaled by deducing, outlaysa audi as persona! consumption expendtuae. interest paid, ... d Jbjbji DM1 Rate o) gross fixed capital tamaten to GDP (current prices): 100 238 203 226 188 226 252 229 210 22 3 ... 0 23.1 1985 192 17.0 195 21 8 21.5 18.3 185 190 196 198 1990 20 g 20.8 toes 17.6 22.4 17.0 teas 19.4 2Q0 207 184anbsp;...
|Title||:||Strauss's Handbook of Business Information|
|Author||:||Rita W. Moss|
|Publisher||:||Libraries Unltd Incorporated - 2004|