Analysis of the Application of Statistics to Economic Management

Xueying ZHANG

Abstract


Decision making is the core of management, and the basis of decision making is information. In information management, the method employed to analyze the information in addition to the general mathematical methods, there are many statistical analysis methods. Statistics are widely used in all walks of life, especially in economic management. This paper mainly discusses the role of statistics in economic management and analyzes its application effect, thus to show the importance of statistical application in economy and management.


Keywords


Economy and management; Statistics application; Data analysis

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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