Comprehensive Business Studies by Alan Whitcomb
  

Comprehensive Business Studies

Written by Alan Whitcomb
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Synopsis

Comprehensive Business Studies by Alan Whitcomb

Intended for use with GCSE, IGCSE and other introductory business and commerce courses, this book is appropriate for mixed ability classes. Differentiated activities allow students to apply knowledge. The text includes: * practice investigations and activities with extended answer assignments * highlighted key facts and summaries * up-to-date information on business equipment and systems * chapters on recruitment, marketing, industrial relations and motivation of employees * data response questions throughout, which provide practice at handling real data * differentiated activities to support students of all abilities

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Format

Paperback
416 pages

Author

Alan Whitcomb
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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

22nd April 1999

ISBN

9780582337756


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