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ISE_460_syl - ISE 460 Engineering Economy Special Summer...

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ISE 460 – Engineering Economy – Special Summer Version Course Syllabus (Summer, 2007) Professors: Theodore Mayeshiba & Virgil Adumitroaie Office: GER 205 Voice Phone: 213-740-5383 E-mail mayeshib@usc.edu & adumitro@usc.edu Text: Contemporary Engineering Economics , 4 th Edition, Chan S. Park (2006) Hidden Order, the Economics of Everyday Life , David Friedman (1996) Park is the primary text for the course, and the source of problem set material. Friedman is supplemental (but required), and provides explanations for economic principles. Websites 4 th Edition Website: vig.prenhall.com/ Epstein Department www.usc.edu/dept/ise Institute of Industrial Engineers: www.iienet.org Business Week www.businessweek.com/ The Economist www.economist.com Fast Company www.fastcompany.com/homepage/index.html Forbes www.forbes.com Harvard Business Review www.hbr.com Wall Street Journal online.wsj.com/public/us Financial Times of London news.ft.com/home/us Course Objectives The course focuses on the efficient allocation of scarce resources in circumstances in which alternatives can be enumerated. The course provides engineers with skills to assess the
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