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  • Revenue Management for Service Organizationsby Paul Rouse

    Business Expert Press 2011; US$ 19.95

    This book places revenue management at the forefront of management accounting with cost management and performance measurement in supporting roles. Revenue management introduces new ideas such as yield management, while uniting previously disparate subjects such as project management, capacity costing, and the theory of constraints. Methods of pricing... more...

  • The Irish Labour Party 1912?2012by Paul Daly; Ronan O'Brien; Paul Rouse

    The Collins Press 2012; US$ 6.99

    In 2011, on the cusp of its centenary year, the Labour Party recorded its greatest ever electoral success, with 37 TDs elected and a President. In doing so the party has succeeded, temporarily at least, in breaking free from the old two-and-a-half party system. But, why, for its first century, did Labour struggle to match its ambition? This series... more...

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