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- Wiley 2008; US$ 14.95
The book is an analysis of the controversial Emergency Economic Stabilization Act and explains in easy to understand language what the bailout bill means for individuals. $700 Billion Bailout answers questions such as: What does the bill say , exactly? Who is making decisions about how the $700 billion will be spent, and what does it mean now that... more...
- Presses de l''niversite du Quebec 2000; US$ 19.50
Ce livre présente les résultats d'une recherche portant sur l'analyse de la littérature de langues française et anglaise sur l'économie sociale dans le domaine de la santé et du bien-être au Québec, au Canada et en Europe de 1990 à 2000. Les auteurs ont ainsi recensé et indexé par mots... more...
- F+W Media 2012; US$ 14.95
The principles of global economics in easy-to-understand terms! The news is full of accounts of the rise and fall of economies around the world, but you may not know how these changes can affect your life. 101 Things Everyone Needs to Know about the Global Economy takes the basics of global economics and breaks them into ten straightforward chapters.... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2010; US$ 16.95
Even after the ruinous financial crisis of 2008, America is still beset by the depredations of an oligarchy that is now bigger, more profitable, and more resistant to regulation than ever. Anchored by six megabanks?Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley?which together control assets amounting, astonishingly,... more...
- World Bank Publications 2005; US$ 14.99
The 2004 Annual Review of Development Effectiveness looks at the recent growth and poverty reduction experience of client countries. It assesses the extent to which Bank interventions have contributed to growth and poverty reduction and the effectiveness of different types of interventions. The review uses the key elements of the Bank's 2001 poverty... more...
- Pearson Education 2000; US$ 24.00
As Oracle Corporation reminds us in their slogan: "the Internet Changes Everything". Or as Buick said in its advertising a couple of years ago: "This isn't your father's Buick". The world of work and managing has changed dramatically over the past decade, requiring a new kind of manager, a new kind of worker and a new understanding of the way of work... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2009; US$ 15.95
A comprehensive guide to understanding today's global economy from the author of the bestselling A Beginner's Guide to the World Economy. While reporting on today's world, business and mainstream media alike use terms and mention trends that even the savviest consumer may find baffling. In his latest book, Randy Charles Epping uses compelling narratives... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2010; US$ 120.00
The current global financial and economic crisis has called for the revival of Keynesian theory. This sixth volume in the International Papers in Political Economy (IPPE) series focuses on twenty first century Keynesian economics in terms of both theory and application. more...
- Harriman House 2011; US$ 3.54
This book argues that the scientific concept of feedback - the idea that change in some element of a system can cause further change in that element - represents a general concept of economic change. Positive feedback causes runaway change, such as a market bubble, inflation or long-run growth, while negative feedback causes stability and stasis. Emphasising... more...
- Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2005; US$ 199.00
During its period of high-speed economic growth, Japan suffered from ?distortion of economic growth?, as witnessed by various kinds of industrial pollution. This problem, however, was, for the most part, successfully remedied by means of abatement measures from the early 1970s onwards. more...