The Improvement of the Company’s Management Using Econometric Techniques
AbstractDuring the managerial process of making decisions, it is necessary to have information about the future events, and this kind of information can be obtained by using different prediction techniques. This study presents the use of the Box-Jenkins predicting technique, used to prognosis the make of a product and to underline the impact the method has on the decision making process.
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Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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managerial decision; prediction; development;
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