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The Economist: Numbers Guide
Richard Stutely, The Economist
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The Economist: Numbers Guide by Richard Stutely, The Economist
Synopsis

The Economist: Numbers Guide (1991) explores a variety of mathematical tools that are exceptionally useful across a range of business environments. These blinks reveal just how simple it is to manage risk by quantifying it, helping improve decision making in the process. The book’s mathematical notions are explained at a basic level, so no prior math knowledge is required.

Who should read these blinks?
  • Entrepreneurs wondering how to apply mathematical ideas to their business
  • Anyone seeking reliable tools for making decisions in uncertain business situations
Who wrote the book?

The Economist is an English-language weekly magazine known for its global coverage and its liberal economic stance. The Economist: Numbers Guide is part of a book series including Guide to Analyzing Companies, Guide to Financial Markets and Guide to Management Ideas.

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