Business Information: Finding and Using Data in the Digital Age 1/e, is an excellent Internet resource tool for business information processing. More than a resource tool or handbook, Business Information, 1/e provides helpful direction and support to students required to utilize the Internet in any quantitative course where data analysis is emphasized. Zagorsky’s Business Information 1/e: can be easily packaged with any business research, business statistics or other quantitative textbook to provide thorough coverage and instruction on how to research and utilize Internet data. This is one of the very few books currently available that focuses on doing internet-based, quantitative research.
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Business Information 1/e is unique in that it focuses on the Internet, rather than a brick-and-mortar library, as a repository of business information. Provides practical assistance to students and researchers on how to use the Internet to locate and use information relevant to business. The vastness of resources will save students time by quickly locating the data they need. Class projects can be done quicker, more efficiently and more accurately.
The text's step-by-step approach shows students how to find and use data to solve quantitative problems and helps them make more efficient use of their on-line time. Students won't waste time searching vast databases and websites for data. Business Information, 1/e will quickly direct the student to the most appropriate data on the Internet.
Each chapter is self-contained, for maximum flexibility. Permits students to use the book as either a general roadmap or quick reference guide to business data on the Internet. Business Information, 1/e will be a valuable resource to students throughout their career.
Focuses on high quality/low or no cost survey and census data, and encourages sound research and data gathering without incurrence of inordinate expenses. With the recent augmentation of available Internet data, Business Information, 1/e can help students gather accurate, usable and affordable or free data easily.
Jay Zagorsky is a research scientist at the Ohio State University Center for Human Research, where he works on the National Longitudinal Surveys. He is also an adjunct assistant professor in Boston University's School of Management, where he teaches managerial economics and quantitative methods.
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