2 edition of Credits and collections, management and theory [by] Theodore N. Beckman [and] Ronald S. Foster. found in the catalog.
Credits and collections, management and theory [by] Theodore N. Beckman [and] Ronald S. Foster.
Theodore Naum Beckman
|Contributions||Foster, Ronald S.,|
|LC Classifications||HF5566 B35 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||724|
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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Pub Date Pages: Publisher: Shanghai University of Finance and Economics Press book include: credit economy and corporate credit management. corporate credit policy formulation and theoretical analysis. customer credit investigation and data mining. the client's financial analysis and risk measurement. customer credit . Generally, credit is defined as the process of providing a loan, in which one party transfers wealth to another with the expectation that it will be paid back in full plus interest. The definition of collections is connected to the term credit. Collections generally refers to the current period's sales and the.
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Originally published in under title: Credits and collections in theory and practice. Description: xii, pages illustrations, forms 24 cm: Other Titles: Credits and collections in theory and practice: Responsibility: [by] Theodore N.
Beckman [and] Ronald S. Foster. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Beckman, Theodore N., Credits and collections, management and theory. New York, McGraw-Hill, Beckman, Theodore N., Credits and collections in theory and practice.
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