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Engineering Economic Analysis

Don Newnan, Ted Eschenbach, Jerome Lavelle, and Neal Lewis

  • Clear, accessible writing, an emphasis on practical applications, and relevant contemporary examples make this the most effective learning tool for students
  • Comprehensive coverage of financial and economic decision-making for engineers, with an emphasis on problem solving, life-cycle costs, and the time value of money make this the most complete choice for faculty
  • Hundreds of new auto-graded and algorithmic homework problems, plus a thorough update on tax and depreciation policy, make this the most current option available

New to this Edition:

  • · Major changes in depreciation and personal and corporate taxes: Updated to reflect the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Covers bonus depreciation plus MACRS, to match U.S. tax system
  • Major revision of the economic life and replacement chapter: Starts with economic life for alternatives, Simplified to focus on when to replace an aging asset
  • New algorithmic online problems provide faculty with a constant source of fresh homework assignments and different values for every student
  • Hundreds of new assignable online homework problems provide students with instant feedback on whether they are correct
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