industrial management

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Noun1.industrial management - the branch of engineering that deals with the creation and management of systems that integrate people and materials and energy in productive ways
applied science, engineering science, technology, engineering - the discipline dealing with the art or science of applying scientific knowledge to practical problems; "he had trouble deciding which branch of engineering to study"
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The callousness of these men, to whom industrial organization gave control of the lives of other men, was appalling.
But now our customers have set up in their own countries improved copies of our industrial organization, and have discovered places where iron and coal are even handier than they are by this time in England.
The purpose of this tour was to bridge the gap between academia and industry so that the students while entering into their practical life may work in any industrial organization with confident.
Network economy is the main direction of the development of industrial organization. So that, when the network economy has changed, then the change of industrial organization will have inevitable trend.
Mohammed bin Said al-Mahrouqi, Head of Exemption Departmentat the Directorate General of Industry in the Ministry of Commerce and Industry said that obtaining industrial license from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry is a prerequisite for customs exemption in accordance with the GCC unified industrial organization law issued by the Royal Decree.
It covers such topics as micro- and macroeconomics, game theory, general equilibrium, welfare economics, public economics, industrial organization, development economics, behavioral and experimental economics and mathematical methods for economics.
Grossman (Clarence Efroymson Chair inEconomics, Butler University), How Cartels Endure And How They Fail: Studies Of Industrial Collusion is an anthology of graduate studies level essays by leading researchers of industrial organization study, examining real-world cases of industrial collusion across the world.
The reinforcement of its commercial and industrial organization in China and Brazil is part of its international strategy.
Although the book aims primarily at economists (of an industrial organization), it may appeal to social scientists who would like to learn more about formalized approaches to networks and social interactions.
Post-deregulation research in the airline industry has focused on mergers, concentration, market power [Hergott, Review of Industrial Organization, 1997; Kim and Singal, American Economic Review, 1993; Liu and Lynk, Applied Economics, 1999], price competition [Borenstein and Netz, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 1999; Hayes and Ross, Review of Industrial Organization, 1998], fleet composition [Adrangi et al., Review of Industrial Organization, 1999; Brown, Review of Industrial Organization, 1992], excess capacity [Baltagi et al., Journal of Applied Econometrics, 1998], productivity [Adrangi et al., Logistics and Transportation Review, 1996], profitability, and safety [Adrangi et al., Transportation Journal, 1997], among other subjects.
It fits squarely with Schumpeter's concept of "creative destruction," which he regarded as the "essential fact about capitalism." Where social critics traditionally focus on "how capitalism administers existing structures," wrote Schumpeter, they would do better to focus on "how it creates and destroys them" and how it is constantly creating new goods, "new methods of production or transportation,[ldots]new markets, [and][ldots]new forms of industrial organization." Implicit in such a tumultuous world of ongoing "mutation" is the need for individuals to constantly verify information and renegotiate their economic and cultural positions.
The only difference among fields is a longer time required for industrial organization and international economics.

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