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Author: International Fund for Agricultural Development
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: trends, outlook, facts, economy, cassava, world
Number of Pages: 72
This FAO/FAD study analyses and highlights the current structure of the world cassava economy, with emphasis on production, utilisation, trade and prices. It also draws attention to factors affecting future developments, including the results of the Uruguay Round of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT). In addition, some of the constraints to the sector's expansion are outlined together with suggestions for the further development of the world cassava economy.
Author: Takis Fotopoulo
Keywords: project, liberatory, global, issues, england, london, new, need, democracy, inclusive, crisis, growth, economy, towards
Number of Pages: 400
An analysis of the growth economy, this book traces the causes of the present crisis in the modern market system, initiated two centuries ago with the establishment of the market economy system which has led to the present growth economy. It concludes that a true democracy can only be derived from a synthesis of the democratic and socialist traditions, along with the radical green, feminist and libertarian ideologies. To this end, this text offers a new vision of an inclusive democracy. ContentsAcknowledgements viiIntroduction ix Part I The Crisis of the Growth Economy1The Market Ec
Author: Tsutomu Shibata
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Keywords: advanced, knowledge, companies, creating, economy, japan, moving
Number of Pages: 104
These two volumes analyze Japan from the Knowledge Economy perspective, covering a wide range of sectoral issues in development including the macro economic framework, education and skills training, the national innovation system, science and technology, information and communication technology, and infrastructure.While 'Volume 1' explores the four pillare of the "Knowledge for Development" framework, the second volume presents up-to-date case studies of outstanding Japanese private companies that each characterize different aspects of the Knowledge Economy. By combining economics and business
Author: James Breazeale
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: kitchen, economy
Number of Pages: 122
James Breazeale's work teaches the American housewife the skills of canning and perserving in ourder to maximize her impact on the health, economy, and labor of her family.
Author: Felipe A. M. de la Balze
Publisher: Council on Foreign Relations
Keywords: economy, argentine, remaking
Number of Pages: 212
While the economies of many Latin American and Asian countries have soared in the past two decades, Argentinaa rich country in many wayshas had great difficulty in fulfilling its economic potential. Remaking the Argentine Economy examines the historical reasons behind Argentinas disappointing economic performance since World War II, as well as recent encouraging changes that have taken place in Argentinas economy. According to de la Balze, Argentinas failure to thrive economically is a case of a relative modern country pursuing misguided economic strategies and its resulting inability to cope
Author: Rodney Morrison
Publisher: American Philosophical Society
Keywords: development, economic, american, carey, henry
Number of Pages: 110
The development of economic thought (ET) of the mid-19th cent. is essentially a history of classical English political economy. The tenets of this school were communicated to the U.S., where the writings of Smith, Malthus, Mill, & Ricardo were adopted by early Amer. political economists. But there was also a strain of political economy in the U.S. at that time that opposed the adoption of the philosophy of classical political economy. This was the nationalistically-oriented Amer. school of ET, & the foremost member of this movement was Henry C. Carey. Contents: Political Economy in 19th-cent.
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: internet, economy, threat, software, viruses, malicious, computer
Number of Pages: 246
Malware attacks are increasing both in frequency and sophistication, thus posing a serious threat to the Internet economy and to national security. This book is a first step toward addressing the threat of malware in a comprehensive, global manner. It informs readers about malware -- its growth, evolution and countermeasures to combat it; presents new research into the economic incentives driving cyber-security decisions; and makes specific suggestions on how the international community can better work together to address the problem.