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Table Of Contents
Introduction: Why quantitative methods? Part 1 NUMBERS � how we handle them 1 Tools of the trade: basic numeracy skills Part 2 NUMBERS � a means of communication 2 Obtaining the figures: data and data collection 3 Presenting the figures: tables and diagrams 4 Summarising the figures: measures of location and spread 5 Measuring changes: index numbers Part 3 NUMBERS � a basis for deduction 6 A firm foundation: elementary probability 7 Patterns of probability: some distributions 8 Estimating from samples: inference 9 Checking a theory: hypothesis testing 10 Making it better: statistics and quality improvement 11 Looking for connections: correlation 12 Spotting the relationship: line fitting 13 Multiple regression Part 4 NUMBERS � a tool of planning 14 Planning an inventory policy: stock control and simulation 15 Forecasting: time-series, semi-log graphs and exponential smoothing 16 Allowing for interest: financial mathematics 17 Planning production levels: linear programming 18 Planning a project: network analysis 19 Quantitative methods in the student research project
Clare Morris has taught quantitative methods to students of business, from HND to PhD level, at institutions including Bristol Polytechnic, Warwick Business School and Cardiff Business School. She is currently Emeritus Professor at the University of Gloucestershire.