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Author Sibirskai︠a︡, E. V. (Elena Viktorovna),
Title Economic systems analysis : statistical indicators / Elena V. Sibirskaya, Lyudmila V. Oveshnikova, Lilia A. Mikheykina, Innara R. Lyapina.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]

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Author Sibirskai︠a︡, E. V. (Elena Viktorovna),
Series Studies in Systems, Decision and Control Ser. ; v. 158.
Studies in systems, decision and control ; v. 158.
Subject Economics -- Statistical methods.
Population -- Economic aspects.
Alt Name Oveshnikova, Lyudmila V.,
Mikheykina, Lilia A.,
Lyapina, Innara R.,
Description 1 online resource (144 pages).
Note Print version record.
Contents Introduction to economic statistics -- Population statistics -- Statistics of living standards of population -- Statistical study of labor force -- Statistics of labor and company personnel -- Macroeconomic indicators in SNA -- Statistics of production -- Statistics of national wealth -- Statistics of production costs -- Statistics of financial outcomes of company operations.
Summary This book explores a wide range of issues related to the methodology, organization, and technologies of analytical work, showing the potential of using analytical tools and statistical indicators for studying socio-economic processes, forecasting, organizing effective companies, and improving managerial decisions. At the level of "living knowledge" in the broad context, it describes the essence of analytical technologies and means of applying analytical and statistical work. The book is of interest to readers regardless of their specialization: scientific research, medicine, pedagogics, law, administrative work, or economic practice. Starting from the premise that readers are familiar with the theory of statistics, which has formulated the general methods and principles of establishing the quantitative characteristics of mass phenomena and processes, it describes the concepts, definitions, indicators and classifications of socio-economic statistics, taking into consideration the international standards and the present-day practice of statistics in Russia. Although concise, the book provides plenty of study material as well as questions at the end of each chapter It is particularly useful for those interested in self-study or remote education, as well as business leaders who are interested in gaining a scientific understanding of their financial and economic activities.
ISBN 9783319912479
OCLC # 1037818194
Additional Format Print version: 9783319912462 (OCoLC)1043151701.

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