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Applied Statistics for Economics and Business (2nd Edition)

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This textbook introduces readers to practical statisticalissues by presenting them within the context of real-life economics andbusiness situations. It presents the subject in a non-threatening manner, withan emphasis on...

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This textbook introduces readers to practical statisticalissues by presenting them within the context of real-life economics andbusiness situations. It presents the subject in a non-threatening manner, withan emphasis on concise, easily understandable explanations. It has beendesigned to be accessible and student-friendly and, as an added learningfeature, provides all the relevant data required to complete the accompanyingexercises and computing problems, which are presented at the end of eachchapter. It also discusses index numbers and inequality indices in detail,since these are of particular importance to students and commonly omitted intextbooks.

Throughout the text it is assumed that the student has noprior knowledge of statistics. It is aimed primarily at business and economicsundergraduates, providing them with the basic statistical skills necessary forfurther study of their subject. However, students of other disciplines willalso find it relevant.

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Introduces the reader to practical statistical issues by presenting them within the context of real life economics and business situations


Covers index numbers and inequality indices extensively 

Provides relevant data required to complete the accompanying exercises

​Introduction.-1.Collecting Data
2.Data presentation:Graphs, Frequency Tables and Histograms
3.Measures of Location
4.Measuresof Dispersion
5.Index Numbers
6.Inequality Indices
7.Probability Theory.-8.Probability Distributions
9.Estimation and Confidence Intervals
10.HypothesisTesting
11.The χ2,F-Distributions and the ANOVA
12.Correlation
13.Simple Regression. Chapter14.Multiple Regression
15.The Analysis of Time Series
Appendix​.
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Durmuş Özdemir is a professorin economics at Yaşar University, İzmir, Turkey. He received his PhD degreein Macroeconomics from University of Leicester, England. He hold a PG degreefrom the University of Glasgow and BSc degree from Hacettepe University. Previously, he had workedfor the University Of Sussex, England, Bilkent University, Ankara and IstabbulBilgi University, Turkey Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium. Morethan ten years of his academic life is spent in Europe. Durmuş is interested inStatistics, Growth, Trade, European Economic Integration, Macroeconomics, CGEand Structural Economic Modelling. He is a research associate at EconomicResearch Forum and an instructor and research...

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Durmuş Özdemir is a professorin economics at Yaşar University, İzmir, Turkey. He received his PhD degreein Macroeconomics from University of Leicester, England. He hold a PG degreefrom the University of Glasgow and BSc degree from Hacettepe University. Previously, he had workedfor the University Of Sussex, England, Bilkent University, Ankara and IstabbulBilgi University, Turkey Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium. Morethan ten years of his academic life is spent in Europe. Durmuş is interested inStatistics, Growth, Trade, European Economic Integration, Macroeconomics, CGEand Structural Economic Modelling. He is a research associate at EconomicResearch Forum and an instructor and research fellow for the ECOMOD globaleconomic modelling group where he involved in building several country modelsincluding the model used for the peace dividend for Greece and Turkey. He is editedseveral conference proceedings and published number of papers, books andchapters in edited volumes in his research area. He is currently a Jean MonnetModule Holder on European Political Economy and World Trade Organization (WTO)regional Trade Policy instructor for Central and Eastern Europe, Central Asiaand the Caucasus Countries (CEECA). He is a project Evaluator for TUBITAK. He is also an advisor to the EuropeanParliament on the issues of trade and economic relations between Turkey and theEU.

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