Professor Emeritus, School Of Engineering
Ph.D. M.S. Stanford University
B.S. Purdue University
Ted G. Eschenbach, P.E., is a Professor Emeritus of Engineering Management at the University of Alaska Anchorage, and the principal of TGE Consulting. He is the author or coauthor of Alaska's Future: Commentary on a Delphi Perspective (1985) and eight engineering economy texts including Engineering Economic Analysis 9/e (2004), Engineering Economy: Applying Theory to Practice 2/e (2003), Economic Analysis of Industrial Projects 2/e (1992), and Cases in Engineering Economy (1989). He is an area editor for The Engineering Economist and is the founding editor emeritus for the Engineering Management Journal. In addition, he has served in a variety of positions for the following professional societies: ASEM, ASEE, and IIE.
| || Engineering Economy: Applying Theory to Practice |
| ||This innovative engineering economy text features spreadsheets, pedagogical graphs, and practical examples for immediate student and industry application. It combines the real-world orientation of Eschenbach's pioneering casebook, Cases in Engineering Economy, with the theoretical foundation of his second edition of Bussey's classic advanced text, The Economic Analysis of Industrial Projects. Eschenbach's Engineering Economy: Applying Theory to Practice, Second Edition, thoroughly covers the basics of engineering economy that are included in every course and covered in the FE exam. It also includes the tools and concepts--such as cost estimating, sensitivity analysis, probability, and multiple objectives--that are needed to successfully apply engineering economy in industry practice outside the classroom. This second edition has been thoroughly revised; it incorporates adopter and reviewer suggestions in addition to addressing the needs of hundreds of engineering instructors. |