552 Seiten, Kartoniert
Reihe: Oxford Paperback Reference
Verlag: Oxford University Press
Pallister A Dictionary of BusinessKey Features:
Longest and most comprehensive dictionary available at this price point
- Sold 90,000 copies in previous editions
- Over 6,500 authoritative and wide-ranging entries
- Broad coverage of management, marketing, taxation, accounting, international finance
- Includes relevant terms from law, economics, and computing
- Newly updated coverage of ecommerce terms
The Dictionary of Business is a wide-ranging and informative guide to all areas of modern business. It features up-to-date coverage of over 6,500 terms from business strategy to human resources management, and banking. This dictionary will prove indispensable to both students and professionals. It also covers US business terms as well as business and financial jargon.
Written by a specialized team of contributors, this dictionary is authoritative yet written in a clear and accessible style.
The Penguin Dictionary of Business by Greener. Published 1994 £8.99. Publisher: Penguin. Comments: Much older than ours, and shorter at 496pp
The Collins Dictionary of Business 3rd Ed by Pass, Lowes, Pendleton, Chadwick. Published 2002 £9.99. Publisher: Collins. Comments: More expensive than ours, and no longer as large as they have cut it down from 768 to 500 so that they could lower the price from £10.99 to £9.99.
Dictionary of Business 3rd Ed by Peter Collin. Published 2001 £9.95. Publisher: Bloomsbury. Comments: 454pp - not as long as ours, focuses on lexical definitions rather than explaining the concepts - more of a linguistic dictionary for learners
Students on business courses at all levels, business professionals, eg. lawyers, bankers, accountants, advertising agents, and insurance brokers.