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The Business Economist at Work: Air Products & Chemicals, Inc.

Duncan H. Meldrum
Business Economics
Vol. 32, No. 2 (April 1997), pp. 53-55
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23487799
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The Business Economist at Work: Air Products & Chemicals, Inc.
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Abstract

In this era of focused companies with limited overheads and shrunken central staffs, successful business economists must find a way to demonstrate the value of economics to the company's bottom line. While a formal economics education provides a good set of tools for analyzing things that should be important to a corporation, making analyses useful for companies requires skills not taught in graduate school. Because each corporation develops its own character, we economists must find a way to reach that character (or characters). A review of an economist's day illustrates this effort.

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