Author: Michael Wood
- Trading books are a form of accounting ledger that contains records of all tradeable financial assets of a bank.
- Trading books are subject to gains and losses that affect the financial institution directly.
Making Sense of Statistics
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About the Author
MICHAEL WOOD is a Lecturer at Portsmouth University. He has taught statistics and related areas to undergraduates, postgraduate and research students in a range of disciplines, and to participants on short courses for business organizations. He has published widely on statistics and research methods, business and management, and education.
‘I would recommend this book to any student following a non-science type of course at university.’ – Susan Starkings, Significance (Magazine of The Royal Statistical Society)
‘There is a lot of very helpful…text explaining the concepts, and also giving many practical hints for particular situations…the style of presentation is very good, giving an impression that the book is a pleasure to read and relatively easy to understand…
‘There is a lot of very helpful in-line text explaining the concepts, and also giving many practical hints for particular situations…the style of presentation is very good, giving an impression that the book is a pleasure to read and relatively easy to understand…The book can definitely be very helpful for anyone who needs to know about statistics. I think that it may successfully be used as a course text…
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