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101 Books on Business Statistics

What Is Statistics?

Modern age is the age of statistics. H.G Well’s prediction that “Statistical thinking will one day be as necessary for efficient citizenship as the ability to read and write,” has become true. Today our culture has become a statistical culture. Every citizen finds statistics in newspapers, magazines, advertisements in T.V and radio etc. The figures relating to the various aspects of his life-social, political and economic – represent and support the observed facts or situations. The reader analyses the figures and arrives at certain conclusions.

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For example, a prospective investor is interested in the profitability of the business enterprise and in its ability to meet debt obligations. He analyses the income statement and balance sheet of the enterprise for a number of years. Such analysis helps him to decide whether to invest or not.

Moreover, many have seen statistics as a device to achieve the degree of precisions in the concept and theories of social science. In nut shell, if we analyze the way in which statistics is looked at, we broadly find two categories, one refers statistics as a set a set of figures and the other connotes it as a set of techniques.

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The work statistics has been derived from the Latin word “status” or the Italian word “Statista”. Both the words mean a ‘Political State’. In the early years, “Statistics” means a collection of facts about the state of the people in the state for political purposes. Thus it helped in collecting data about economic and social conditions of people living in different parts of the country. For proper functioning of the state, it is essential to know the conditions, under which the people live and work, earn income and spend their wealth. This science was known as science of the state.

In this ways statistics developed as a “King Subject” or as a “Science of Kings” or Political Arithmetic.

But with the passage of time, the scope of statistics widened. For some time, Statistics was regarded as a branch of Economics but now it has become a full-fledged independent subject. In the present times, Statistics is not only a science of the state but it also includes in it all types of quantitative analysis.

In plural sense statistics means the systematic collection of numerical facts and in singular sense, it is the science of collecting, classifying and using statistics.

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It is not an easy job to define statistics. The reason behind that no two statisticians agree on the limits and scopes of statistics. According to dictionary meaning of Statistics – it refers to the singular sense where as numerical fate refers to the plural sense.

For a layman, Statistics are only mass of figures. To understand what statistics is, we should define it in way different authors have defined it and then to conclude its definition.

Accordion to Horace Secrist: “By statistics we mean aggregate of facts affected to a market extent by multiplicity of causes, numerically expressed, enumerated or estimated according to reasonable standard of accuracy, collected in a systematic manner for a predetermined purpose and placed in relation to each other.”

101 Books on Business Statistics


  1. Business statistics by S.L. Aggarwal, S.L. Bhardwaj and Inder Kumar
  2. Business Statistics: Contemporary Decision Making by Ken Black
  3. Business Statistics (Barron’s Business Review Series) by Douglas Downing Ph.D. and Jeffrey Clark Ph.D
  4. Business Statistics: Decision Making and Student CD Package (7th Edition) by David F. Groebner
  5. Business Statistics: A First Course (5th Edition) by David M. Levine, Timothy C. Krehbiel, and Mark L. Berenson
  6. The Practice of Business Statistics w/CD by David S. Moore, George P. McCabe, William M.Duckworth, and Layth Alwan
  7. Business Statistics in Practice w/Student CD by Bruce Bowerman and Richard O’Connell
  8. Statistics for Business and Economics, 10th Edition (with Student CD-ROM) by David R. Anderson, Dennis J. Sweeney, and Thomas A. Williams
  9. Schaum’s Outline of Business Statistics, Fourth Edition (Schaum’s Outline Series) by Leonard J. Kazmier
  10. Business Statistics Demystified by Steven Kemp, Sid Kemp, Steven Kemp, and Sid Kemp
  11. Basic Statistics for Business and Economics with Student CD by Douglas Lind, William Marchal, and Samuel Wathen
  12. Business Statistics plus MyMathLab/MyStatLab Student Access Kit by Norean R. Sharpe, Richard D. De Veaux, and Paul F. Velleman
  13. Business Statistics: Contemporary Decision Making by Ken Black
  14. Basic Business Statistics (11th Edition) by Mark L. Berenson, David M. Levine, and Timothy C. Krehbiel
  15. Essentials of Business Statistics with Student CD by Bruce Bowerman, Richard O’Connell, and J. Burdeane Orri
  16. Statistics for Business & Economics (10th Edition) by James T. McClave, P. George Benson, and Terry Sincich
  17. Essentials of Statistics for Business and Economics (with CD-ROM) by David R. Anderson, Dennis J. Sweeney, and Thomas A. Williams
  18. Business Statistics: A First Course by Norean R. Sharpe, Richard D. De Veaux, and Paul F. Velleman
  19. Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics with Student CD by Douglas Lind, William Marchal, and Samuel Wathen
  20. Business Statistics: A Decision-Making Approach with Student CD (6th Edition) by David F. Groebner, Patrick W. Shannon, Phillip C. Fry, and Kent D. Smith
  21. Statistics for Business and Economics (with Bind-In Card) by David R. Anderson, Dennis J. Sweeney, and Thomas A. Williams
  22. Modern Business Statistics (with Student CD-ROM) by David R. Anderson, Dennis J. Sweeney, and Thomas A. Williams
  23. Business Statistics: First Course by David M. Levine, Timothy C. Krehbiel, and Mark L. Berenson
  24. Business Statistics : For Contemporary Decision Making by Ken Black
  25. BUSINESS STATISTICS by DE VEAUX,VELLEMAN SHARPE
  26. Student Value Edition for Business Statistics: A First Course (5th Edition) by David M. Levine
  27. Business Statistics: Decision Making – Student Solutions Manual, 7/E by David F. Groebner
  28. Course in Business Statistics with CD-ROM (4th Edition) by David F. Groebner, Patrick W. Shannon, Phillip C. Fry, and Kent D. Smith
  29. How to Measure Anything: Finding the Value of Intangibles in Business by Douglas W. Hubbard
  30. Applied Statistics in Business and Economics by David P. Doane
  31. Complete Business Statistics with Student CD (The Mcgraw-Hill/Irwin Series) by Amir Aczel and Jayavel Sounderpandian
  32. Business Statistics for Management and Economics by Wayne W. Daniel and James Terrell
  33. Competing on Analytics: The New Science of Winning by Thomas H. Davenport and Jeanne G. Harris
  34. Business Statistics in Practice with Student CD by Bruce Bowerman and Richard O’Connell
  35. Introduction to Business Statistics (with Student CD-ROM) by Ronald M. Weiers
  36. Essentials of Modern Business Statistics (with Online Material Printed Access Card) by David R. Anderson, Dennis J. Sweeney, and Thomas A. Williams
  37. Statistics for Dummies by Deborah J. Rumsey
  38. Practical Business Statistics with Student CD-ROM by Andrew F. Siegel
  39. Statistics for Business and Economics (7th Edition) by Paul Newbold, William Carlson, and Betty Thorne
  40. Statistics for Management and Economics (with CD-ROM) by Gerald Keller
  41. Statistics for Business and Economics and Student CD (6th Edition) by Paul Newbold, William L. Carlson, and Betty Thorne
  42. The Basic Practice of Statistics w/CD-ROM by David S. Moore
  43. Applied Statistics in Business and Economics with St CDRom by David Doane and Lori Seward
  44. Finance (Barron’s Business Review Series) by A.A. Groppelli and Eshan Nikbakht
  45. Practice of Business Statistics: Chapters 1-18 by David S. Moore, George P. McCabe, William M. Duckworth II, and Stanley L. Sclove
  46. Applied Business Statistics: Methods and Excel-Based Applications by Trevor Wegner
  47. Statistics for Business and Economics (9th Edition) by James T. McClave, P. George Benson, and Terry Sincich
  48. Statistics for Business: Decision Making and Analysis by Robert E. Stine and Dean Foster
  49. Student Workbook to accompany Introductory Statistics for Business and Economics, 4th Edition by Thomas H. Wonnacott and Ronald J. Wonnacott
  50. Statistics for Management (7th Edition) by Richard I. Levin and David S. Rubin
  51. Analyzing Business Data with Excel by Gerald Knight
  52. Essentials of Business Statistics (with CD-ROM) by Ronald M. Weiers
  53. Essential Statistics for Economics, Business and Management by Teresa Bradley
  54. Essentials of Business Statistics by Bruce L. Bowerman, Richard T. O’Connell, and J. Burdeane Orris
  55. Essential Statistics in Business and Economics with Student CD (Mcgraw-Hill/Irwin Series Operations and Decision Sciences) by David Doane and Lori Seward
  56. Even You Can Learn Statistics: A Guide for Everyone Who Has Ever Been Afraid of Statistics (2nd Edition) by David M. Levine and David F. Stephan
  57. Statistics for Six Sigma Made Easy by Warren Brussee
  58. Business Statistics: A decision-making Approach (Student Solutions Manual, 6th Edition) by David F. Groebner
  59. Cartoon Guide to Statistics by Larry Gonick and Woollcott Smith
  60. Essentials of Statistics for Business and Economics- Text Only by David R. Anderson, Dennis J. Sweeney, and Thomas A. Williams
  61. Statistics for Business and Economics- Text Only by David R. Anderson, Dennis J. Sweeney, and Thomas A. Williams
  62. Student Solutions Manual for Business Statistics: A First Course by David M. Levine, Timothy C. Krehbiel, and Mark L. Berenson
  63. Applied Statistics for Business and Economics by Robert M. Leekley
  64. Statistics for Business and Economics (11th Edition) by James T. McClave, P. George Benson, and Terry Sincich
  65. The Role of Statistics in Business and Industry (Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics) by Gerald J. Hahn and Necip Doganaksoy
  66. Business Statistics of the United States, 2006 by Cornelia J. Strawser, Mary Meghan Ryan, Mark Siegal, and Katherine A. Debrandt
  67. Essentials of Business Statistics, 3rd Edition (Instructor Resource CD and Test Bank)
  68. Basic Business Statistics: A Casebook by Dean P. Foster, Robert A. Stine, and Richard P. Waterman
  69. ALEKS for Business Statistics User’s Guide and Access Code (Stand Alone for 1 Semester) by ALEKS Corporation and ALEKS Corporation
  70. Using Business Statistics: A Guide for Beginners Increasing Your Professional Competence (A Fifty-Minute Series Book) by Terry Dickey
  71. Student Solutions Manual to accompany Essentials of Business Statistics by Bruce Bowerman, Richard O’Connell, and J. Burdeane Orris
  72. Statistics for Business and Economics: Methods and Applications (Fifth Edition) by Edwin Mansfield
  73. Understanding Business Statistics 2nd edition by Ned Freed
  74. Business Statistics: A Decision-Making Approach (5th Edition) by David F. Groebner, Patrick W. Shannon, Kent D. Smith, and Phillip C. Fry
  75. Student Solutions Manual for Business Statistics in Practice by Bruce Bowerman
  76. Schaum’s Easy Outline of Business Statistics by L. Kazmier
  77. Statistics of Financial Markets: An Introduction (Universitext) by Jürgen Franke, Wolfgang K. Härdle, and Christian M. Hafner
  78. SPSS for Intermediate Statistics: Use and Interpretation by Nancy Leech, Karen Barrett, and George A Morgan
  79. Basic Statistics for Business and Economics with Formula Card by Douglas Lind, William Marchal, and Samuel Wathen
  80. Problems, Exercises, and Case Studies: for Statistics for Business and Economics, Fifth Edition by Edwin Mansfield
  81. Computational Handbook of Statistics (4th Edition) by James L. Bruning and B. L. Kintz
  82. Six Sigma Statistics with EXCEL and MINITAB by Issa Bass
  83. Mathematical Statistics for Economics and Business by Ron Mittelhammer
  84. Business Statistics by Example (5th Edition) Part A and Part B by Terry Sincich
  85. Business Statistics in Practice by Bruce Bowerman and Richard O’Connell
  86. Forgotten Statistics: A Refresher Course with Applications to Economics and Business by Douglas Downing Ph.D. and Jeff Clark Ph.D
  87. Statistical Models and Methods for Financial Markets (Springer Texts in Statistics) by Tze Leung Lai and Haipeng Xing
  88. Business Statistics for Competitive Advantage with Excel 2007: Basics, Model Building and Cases by Cynthia Fraser
  89. Statistics for Business and Economics by Paul Newbold, William Carlson, and Betty Thorne
  90. Student Solutions Manual: for use with “Business Statistics in Practice” by Bruce L. Bowerman and Pat Schur
  91. Statistics, Data Analysis, and Decision Modeling by James R. Evans and David L. Olson
  92. Business Statistics of the United States 2010: Patterns of Economic Change by Cornelia J. Strawser
  93. Business Statistics: A First Course plus MyMathLab/MyStatLab Student Access Kit by Norean R. Sharpe, Richard D. De Veaux, and Paul F. Velleman
  94. The History of Statistics: The Measurement of Uncertainty before 1900 by Stephen M. Stigler
  95. Statistics for Public Administration:: Practical Uses for Better Decision Making by Maureen Berner
  96. Applied Demography: Applications to Business, Government, Law, and Public Policy by Jacob S. Siegel
  97. Basic Statistics Using Excel and MegaStat w Student CD by J. B. Orris
  98. Methods and Applications of Statistics in Business, Finance, and Management Science by N. Balakrishnan
  99. How to Lie with Statistics by Darrell Huff and Irving Geis
  100. Complete Business Statistics W/ Student CD and PowerWeb by Amir D Aczel, Jayavel Sounderpandian, and Amir Aczel
  101. Complete Business Statistics W/ Student CD and PowerWeb by Amir D Aczel, Jayavel Sounderpandian, and Amir Aczel
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