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engineering economy

[‚en·jə′nir·iŋ i′kän·ə·mē]
(industrial engineering)
Application of engineering or mathematical analysis and synthesis to decision making in economics.
The knowledge and techniques concerned with evaluating the worth of commodities and services relative to their cost.
Analysis of the economics of engineering alternatives.
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My engineering economics professor defined engineering as "The study of economic alternatives--if the bridges in your city are no longer high enough for today's tall ships to pass under, then before you raise the bridges, consider lowering the river.
He teaches Organizational Behavior, Operations Research, Statistics, Engineering Economics, Simulation, Information Systems, Constraints Management and other special topics.
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The university offers 46 undergraduate programs in the following 8 academic disciplines, namely arts, science, engineering, medical science, law, pedagogy, Chinese language and literature, Physical education, Fine arts, Cartoons, Accounting , Calligraphy ,Biology , Textile Engineering economics and management etc.
Opening chapters provide overviews of these contexts and reviews of human capital economics, labor economics, defense economics, and engineering economics.
Addressing the participants of the symposium, Engr Firdaus Shaheen Naqvi said, "Every engineering college and university should teach at least eight credit hours of engineering economics to teach accurate money management to students, so they could cope with the challenge of funds shortage in any project.
Cooperation forms of the enterprises, Inzinerine Ekonomika Engineering Economics (3): 32-38.
Latvijas Banka's governor has a bachelor in Engineering Economics, with a specialization in international trade relations.
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