About the BookBusiness environment is changing globally and consequently new terms are being introduced in the arena of Commerce and Management. The present dictionary aims at enlisting bewildering array of business terms, abbreviations and acronyms which we often come across in books, magazines, newspapers, advertisements and everyday conversation. Needless to mention, the conventional terms related to Management, Human Resources, Training, Production, Marketing, Sales, Finance, Accounting, Administration and Commerce find vast coverage. Entries are arranged here in alphabetical order and concerted effort has been made to provide not only their exact meaning but also related relevant information in a jargon-free language and accessible style.
It is hoped that Dictionary of Commerce & Management will prove immensely useful to students and teachers of Commerce and Management, executives, professional and practising managers, management consultants, professional accountants and the like. It is undoubtedly an invaluable reference book for anyone who comes into contact with the terminology of commerce and management.
About the Author/sS.N. Chand, a research scholar in the field of Economics, has obtained his Master’s degree from Delhi University and his Law degree from the Meerut University in 1996. He also got Post- Graduate Diploma in Business Management from the same university in 1998. Thereafter, he completed his Post-Graduate Diploma in Computer Application and Chartered Accountancy Professional Course [C.A (I)] in 2000. Earlier, he was on the faculties of S.R.M. Institute of Management & Technology, Modinagar.
He is a prolific author and has to his credit over one dozen books and more than fifty research papers and articles focussed on Management, Law and Economics. He has authored several standard textbooks. He has been a consultant to several public and private organisations. Currently, he is engaged in full time teaching assignment.