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The third edition, of this concise and compact text,covers all the important aspects of managerialeconomics. In this edition, evolution of economic thought,
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This thoroughly updated and revised fourth edition
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Designed as a textbook for the undergraduate students ofmanagement, commerce and law, this book deals with allmajor direct and indirect taxes and the associated acts,rules, sections and laws. It explains principles relatingto computation of taxable income under each head ofincome, different types of excise duties, variants of VATand different methods of computation of VAT. The bookcontains numerous solved illustrations and exercises toreinforce the understanding of the subject.
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This comprehensive book combines two areas ofaccounting—financial accounting and corporateaccounting. Designed for the undergraduate studentsof management, the book explains different aspects of
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The well-organized text, now in its second edition,continues to provide an insight on the socio-culturalanthropological concepts and theories, which have
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This well-organized text on differential equations
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This substantially revised book, now in its secondedition, offers an overview of Feature Writing and
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