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Publication Date: 1987
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Hacking, Andrew J.
Both macro- and microeconomic aspects of biotechnology are discussed in this book for biologists studying microbiology, biochemistry and genetics. It explains economics and accounting procedures from first principles and assumes no prior knowledge of these areas. The author works on developing new biotechnological projects. He draws extensively on his own experience and brings together the factors which determine commercial reasoning towards biotechnology in areas such as markets, project selection, costing and capital investment. His subjects include market analysis, fermentation, enzyme technology, genetic engineering and many others; they are all tied together by a common framework of industrial and technological development.Hacking, Andrew J. is the author of 'Economic Aspects of Biotechnology', published 1987 under ISBN 9780521346818 and ISBN 0521346819.
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