Economic Analysis Handbook / 2nd edition
Edmonds, Edmund D. Jr.
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This handbook is a result of the effort by the Defense Economic Analysis Council, Handbook Committee, representing the Services and Agencies of the Department of Defense. It is designed as a starting point for personnel who have little or no experience with Economic Analysis. The Council is guided by the thoughts of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), The Honorable Robert C. Moot
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