Value Analysis: Second Revised Edition

Miles Value Foundation
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This book is about value, about the value of a car you want to buy, a workbench you decide to make, or a house you want to sell. 

It will be of interest to those industrial managers who must increase gross margins despite higher wages and material costs and to design engineers, buyers, cost accountants, quality specialists, industrial engineers, and those men in Marketing and Finance who have their fingers on the pulse of a product value.

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About the author

Carlos Fallon is past president of SAVE International (Formerly known as the Society of American Value Engineers). He is also a member of the American Society of Naval Engineers, the Mathematical Association of America, and the Canadian Mathematical Congress. He wrote the Chapter "Value and Decision" in the Amarican Society of Manufacturing Engineer's book, "Value Engineering in Manufacturing" and the Chapter on Value Engineering in McGraw-Hill's Industrial Engineering Handbook.

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Miles Value Foundation
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Published on
Mar 17, 1980
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Pages
277
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ISBN
9780937144008
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Production & Operations Management
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