Further Comments on the Mathematical Content of the Business School Curriculum.

by Gene Fisher

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A discussion of how much the teaching of quantitative methods of analysis ought to be emphasized in the modern collegiate business school. Suggestions are given for curriculum content at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. (See also P-3083.) 12 pp.

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