Engineering Economic Analysis offers 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. The authors' clear, accessible writing, emphasis on practical applications, and relevant contemporary examples have made this text a perennial bestseller. With its logical organization and extensive ancillary package, Engineering Economic Analysis is widely regarded as a highly effective tool for teaching and learning. This 14th edition includes crucial updates to cover new US tax laws and software that will algorithmically generate and automatically grade homework problems.
About the Author
Donald Newnan is an Emeritus Professor at San Jose State University. Ted Eschenbach is a consultant and Professor Emeritus of Engineering Management at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Jerome Lavelle is Assistant Dean in the College of Engineering and Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering at North Carolina State University. Neal A. Lewis worked as an engineer for Proctor and Gamble and Bayer for over 25 years before turning his attention to teaching. He was an Associate Professor at Marshall University and the University of Bridgeport for 12 years. He is currently an instructor at the University of New Haven and Fairfield University.