Ted Eschenbach

Ted Eschenbach
Professor Emeritus, School of Engineering

PhD, Standford University; MS, Stanford University; BS, Purdue University

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Dr Eschenbach is a Professor Emeritus of Engineering Management and the principal of TGE Consulting. 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 ASEM, ASEE, and IIE.

 

 

 Engineering Economic AnalysisEngineering Economic Analysis

This textbook has been the market-leading book for Engineering Economic Analysis course. It is characterized by a focus on practical applications, accessibility for students, and superior support packages for students and instructors.

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Engineering Economy: Applying Theory to Practice Engineering Economy: Applying Theory to Practice

This book combines real-world problem mini-cases and examples with a solid theoretical foundation in engineering economy. This innovative book covers all the standard topics included in the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam. It clearly illustrates concepts and methods--such as cost estimating, sensitivity analysis, probability, and multiple objectives--neede for successful application of engineering economy in industry practice.
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Cases in Engineering Economy Cases in Engineering Economy

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The Economic Analysis of Industrial Projects The Economic Analysis of Industrial Projects


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Alaska's Future: Commentary on a Delphi Perspective Alaska's Future: Commentary on a Delphi Perspective


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