Quantitative Methods in Aviation Management
This book applies tried and trusted statistical and analytical tools to aviation applications. It is written for aviation analysts and management who must extract actionable insights from large volumes of data and need the right statistical and analytical methods to do so. It will also appeal to undergraduate and postgraduate students of aviation management, who will require an understanding of statistical and analytical methods when they begin their career in aviation and are awash with large volumes of data through which they must wade.
For aviation analysts, managers and students to implement the techniques that are being presented in this book, they must be combined with the right software. It is for this reason that readers are taught how to use up to 40 Microsoft Excel functions to implement many of the techniques, and they are also introduced to the econometrics software Eviews.
Dr Tony Webber is a Lecturer at both the University of New South Wales, Australia, and Swinburne University of Technology, Australia, where he teaches Quantitative Methods in Aviation Management, as well as Aviation Finance and Economics. He also runs his own consultancy practise in aviation and tourism, a practise that has been in operation since 2011. Prior to this, he was Chief Economist of the Qantas Group between 2004 and 2011. He published his first book, Airline Microeconomics, in 2022 and has published many academic articles over the past three and a half decades of his career, but his most significant output is in terms of research undertaken for the aviation industry and for public policy.
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