A New View of Comparative Economics with Economic Applications Card and InfoTrac College
Edition by David A. Kennett (Hardcover
- Oct 1, 2003). South-Western College Pub; 2 edition (October 1, 2003).
A comprehensive reevaluation of the nature of
economic systems across the globe, A New View of Comparative Economic Systems is today's
choice for today's world. This exciting text is not merely a re-treading of an obsolete
Soviet-oriented text, but a fresh, new, and comprehensive reappraisal of the nature and
study of economic systems. A New View of Comparative Economic Systems defines a new
approach and will set the standard for years to come in Comparative Economic courses. Information
Challenge of Third
World Development, The (4th Edition) by Howard Handelman (Paperback - Sep 4, 2005). Prentice Hall; 4
edition (September 4, 2005).
This book explores political, economic,
and social issues common to diverse Third World countries. It stresses the themes of
democratization, modernization, and dependency theory, examining the nature of
underdevelopment. The text analyzes the major political and socio economic rifts that
divide many of these nations and the efforts being made to understand and address these
in a Transforming World Economy, 2nd Edition by J. Barkley, Jr. Rosser and Marina V.
Rosser (Hardcover - Feb 1, 2004). The MIT
Press; 2 edition (February 1, 2004).
Text offers an approach to understanding
different economic systems that reflects recent transformations in the world economy and
recent changes in the field of comparative economic systems. Focuses on fifteen country
studies, organized by economic system. For students. Includes index, glossary, references,
and discussion questions. Information
Institutions and Economies (Critical Studies in
Economic Institutions Series) by
Richard Whitley (Hardcover - Aug 2002).
Edward Elgar Publishing (August 2002).
This authoritative collection brings together
the leading contributions to the comparative study of forms of capitalism. An introductory
essay presents the context in which these contributions developed, discusses the major
issues raised by such comparative work, and suggests likely future developments. Information
Economic Systems &
Comparative Economics II: Harwood Fundamentals of Applied Economics by J. Lesourne (Hardcover - May 3, 2002). Taylor & Francis; 1
edition (May 3, 2002). Information
Green Accounting In Europe:
A Comparative Study, Volume 2 (The Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (Feem) Series on
Economics, the Environment and Sustainable ... (Feem) Series on Economics, the
Environment) by Anil Markandya and Marialuisa Tamborra (Hardcover - Feb 28, 2006). Edward Elgar
Publishing (February 28, 2006).
Traditional measures of economic activity,
such as GDP, take no account of damage done to the stock of natural capital by
environmental change nor the loss of welfare that economic activity causes through
increased pollution. This book predominantly addresses the second question and develops
and expands previous research by the authors (Markandya and Pavan, 1999). Information
International Business Law and Its Environment by Richard Schaffer, Beverley
Earle, and Filiberto Agusti (Hardcover - May 3, 2004). South-Western College/West; 6 edition (May 3,
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW AND IT'S
ENVIRONMENT, 4th Edition employs a comparative approach that emphasizes private law and
facilitates effective managerial decision-making. The authors balance the legal challenges
of doing business in developing and non-market-economy countries with the economic and
political issues that commonly arise. Information
Linking Local and
Global Economies: The Ties That Bind (Routledge Studies in
the Modern World Economy) by C.
Pietrobelli (Hardcover - Oct 15, 2003).
Routledge; 1 edition (October 15, 2003).
Firms everywhere are increasingly embedded in
multidimensional relations, often crucially related to knowledge and technology transfers,
and that occur at a local and global level. They may take the form of clusters, networks,
inter-firm partnerships of value and production chains. The book examines the thesis that
global ties do not exclude but need and complement local ties. Information
Measuring Globalisation:: Activities of
Multinationals, Vol 1, 2007, Manufacturing + Vol 2, 2008, Services (Paperback - April 30, 2008). Organization for Economic (April 30, 2008). Information
Planning and Profits
in Socialist Economies (Routledge Library Editions-Economics, 11) by Jean-C Asselain (Hardcover - Sep 24, 2003). Routledge; 1 edition
(September 24, 2003). Information
Restructuring Work and
Employment in Europe: Managing Change in an Era of Globalisation by Bernard Gazier and
Frederic Bruggeman (Hardcover - Oct 8,
2008), Edward Elgar Pub (October 8, 2008).
This detailed, comprehensive study on
downsizing in Europe is underpinned by cross-national, interdisciplinary empirical
research on restructuring management in five European countries: Belgium, France, Germany,
Sweden, and the United Kingdom. It contains systematic national comparative overviews, and
transversal analyses of more than 30 in-depth case studies, taking into account a broad
range of perspectives across professional human resources managers, unions'
representatives, local and national civil servants, social workers and physicians. Information
Innovation Systems: Globalization, Change and Policy in Asia and Europe by Charles
Edquist and Leif Hommen (Hardcover - April
8, 2008). Edward Elgar Publishing (April 8, 2008). Information
Systems of Innovation
and Development: Evidence from Brazil (New Horizons in the
Economics of Innovation Series) by Jose E. Cassiolato,
Helena Maria Martins Lastres, and Maria Lucia Maciel (Hardcover - Oct 2003). Edward Elgar Publishing (October 2003).
This significant new book demonstrates how the
systems of innovation approach can be utilized to understand the complex
interactions between innovation and growth which, in turn, can enhance the prospects of
developing nations. Information
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