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The ideal text for undergraduate engineering economy courses. Since it was first published in 1976, this text has been the market-leading book for the Engineering Economic Analysis course. It has always been characterized by: A focus on practical applications * One way to encourage students to read the book, and to remember and apply what they have learned in this course, is to make it interesting. And there is no better way to do that than to infuse the book with real-world examples, problems, and vignettes. Accessibility * Most students don't have expertise in accounting or finance. This book takes the time to explain concepts carefully while helping students apply them to engineering situations. Superior support packages for students and instructors * To make this course easier to understand, learn, and teach, Oxford University Press offers the best support package available in this market.
Donald G. Newnan is Professor Emeritus of Industrial and Systems Engineering at San Jose State University.
Ted G. Eschenbach is a consultant and Professor Emeritus of Engineering Management at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Jerome P. Lavelle is Associate Dean in the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University.