Engineering Economy, 9th Edition
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The new edition of Engineering Economy includes the time-tested approach and topics of previous editions and introduces significantly new print and electronic features useful to learning about and successfully applying the exciting field of engineering economics. Money makes a huge difference in the life of a corporation, an individual, and a government. Learning to understand, analyze, and manage the money side of any project is vital to its success. To be professionally successful, every engineer must be able to deal with the time value of money, economic facts, inflation, cost estimation, tax considerations, as well as spreadsheet and calculator use. This book is a great help to the learner and the instructor in accomplishing these goals by using easy-to-understand language, simple graphics, and online features. The new edition is also available in McGraw Hill Connect, featuring SmartBook 2.0, a curated question bank, Proctorio, and more!
1) Foundations of Engineering Economy
2) Factors: How Time and Interest Affect Money
3) Combining Factors and Spreadsheet Functions
4) Nominal and Effective Interest Rates
Learning Stage 2 - Basic Analysis Tools
5) Analysis Using Present Worth and Future Worth Values
6) Annual Worth Analysis
7) Rate of Return Analysis: One Project
8) Rate of Return Analysis: Multiple Alternatives
9) Benefit/Cost Analysis and Public Sector Economics
Learning Stage 2 - Epilogue: Selecting the Basic Analysis Tool
Learning Stage 3 - Making Decisions
10) Project Financing and Noneconomic Attributes
11) Replacement and Retention Decisions
12) Independent Projects with Budget Limitation
13) Breakeven and Payback Analysis
Learning Stage 4 - Rounding Out the Study
14) Effects of Inflation
15) Cost Estimation and Indirect Cost Allocation
16) Depreciation and Depletion Methods
17) After-Tax Economic Analysis
18) Sensitivity Analysis and Staged Decisions
19) Decision Making under Risk
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