Welcome to the Online Learning Centre for The Economics of Organisations and Strategy, 1st edition
Operating as a successful manager requires an economic way of thinking, in particular a clear focus on efficiency and the working of markets. The Economics of Organizations and Strategy by Séan Rickard, integrates business strategy within an economics framework, to give an economic perspective on areas of business such as organizational behaviour, marketing, finance, human resources and operations management.
Accompanied by a fantastic range of extra resources for students and lecturers, the first edition provides the complete package of materials for students of economics and their lecturers.
Also on this OLC you can find a host of information about the book, as well as a range of downloadable supplements for students and lecturers.
THE STUDENT CENTRE
The Student Centre contains material to accompany the study of The Economics of Organisations and Strategy. This material includes:
Macromedia Lecture Presentations
Click on the menu to the left of this page to view these resources.
Chapter-by-chapter resources may be viewed by clicking on the drop-down list.
THE LECTURER CENTRE
The Lecturer Centre for this title contains a host of downloadable material
for lecturers who adopt The Economics of Organisations and Strategy 1/e. The material found in the Lecturer Centre includes:
Artwork from the book
ACCESSING THE LECTURER CENTRE
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REQUEST LECTURER COPY
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within Europe, the Middle East or Africa. Lecturers outside these regions should
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