A Dictionary of Business and Management is an extensive and authoritative dictionary comprising over 7,000 entries covering a wide range of areas of business and management, including marketing, business strategy, organizational behaviour, law, and taxation. Published by Oxford University Press, it is written by a team of experts and features the latest terminology. If you are someone who is looking for the recent vocabulary related to structured finance and the associated subprime lending crisis, including special purpose vehicle and collateralized debt obligation, then this one is a must-buy!
The new edition (5th edition) of this best-selling dictionary is fully revised and updated with up-to-date financial and management jargon. Every single entry has been defined in a clear, succinct and accessible manner; not to mention US business terms, named theories (e.g. Blake and Mouton, Tannenbaum and Schmidt), general management concepts (e.g. knowledge management, competence),in addition to a comprehensive coverage of the contemporary theory of the firm and human resources. It does not fail to present new terms to the users from the fast-moving areas of Internet business and information technology and current affairs (e.g. MiFID). The book also provides in-depth content on the new Companies Act.
With recommended web links for several entries, kept up to date and easily accessible via the ‘Dictionary of Business and Management’ A companion website,this edition can prove more than handy for teachers,business students and professionals, and useful for anyone looking for a quick guide to business terminology.
About the Author:
Jonathan Law is an editor at Market House Books in the UK.