QMEAS 2013: 3rd International Conference - Quantitative and Qualitative Methodologies in the Economic and Administrative Sciences

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In today’s world of technology, the Quantitative and Qualitative Methods are important tools for the improvement of quality of products, services and decision making in all kinds of Business. Quantitative Techniques are applied at every stage of operation of a public or private company such as production, sales, accounting, finance, personnel management and public relations.

Using Quantitative and Qualitative Methods, management can analyze data, identify trends and relationships between different operations of a company and can predict the performance of the company on the face of uncertain conditions.

The 3rd International Conference on Quantitative and Qualitative Methodologies in the Economic and Administrative Sciences (Q.M.E.A.S. 13) aims to facilitate the interaction between two worlds: the world of Business and the world of Academic Community. The organizers of this Conference have the ambition to establish a forum for discussions on the theory and applications of the Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in all aspects of business activity.

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