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The Complete Book of Numerology
Hay House (2005)
US$1.99

To the conventional scientist, numbers are merely symbols of comparative quantities, but in the...

Reforming the World Bank: Twenty Years of Trial - and Error

Reforming the World Bank

Twenty Years of Trial - and Error

Cambridge University Press (2009)
US$25.99

This book explains why the World Bank has not achieved substantive efficiency or effectiveness in...

Athenian Political Oratory: Sixteen Key Speeches
Taylor and Francis (2004)
US$44.95

First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Quality of Life: Concept, Policy and Practice

Quality of Life

Concept, Policy and Practice

Taylor and Francis (2006)
US$62.95

Quality of life is one of the most important issues facing the world today and is central to the...

21 Days to Master Numerology
Hay House (2012)
US$2.99

Studies have shown it takes only 21 days for a new habit to take root. If there's a spiritual...

Comparative Inquiry and Educational Policy Making
Taylor and Francis (2007)
US$155.00

Building on an increasingly sophisticated body of research on policyborrowing in education, this...

Teacher Education, the University and the Schools: Papers for Harry Judge
Taylor and Francis (2013)
US$59.95

Using the highly successful Oxford model of teacher training and the widely respected work in...

Education in Germany: Tradition and Reform in Historical Context

Education in Germany

Tradition and Reform in Historical Context

Taylor and Francis (2013)
US$57.95

The German education and training system has been the subject of considerable attention from other...

Investigating Education in Germany: Historical studies from a British perspective

Investigating Education in Germany

Historical studies from a British perspective

This book brings together the work of established researcher Professor David Phillips, in one...

Sidgwickian Ethics
Oxford University Press (2011)
US$70.19

David Phillips aims in Sidgwickian Ethics to do something that has (surprisingly) not been done...