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Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Na
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: norway, fish, stocks, bergen, shared, october, consultation, presented, fao, expert, papers, management
Number of Pages: 252
A critical input into the proceedings of this Expert Consultation were two discussion papers and 12 cases studies, contained in this document. The first discussion paper addresses the basic requirements and principles for successful management of shared fish stocks derived from game theoretical considerations and practical experiences. The second discussion paper presents the legal aspects of the management of shared fish stock.
Author: C. Roland Christensen
Publisher: Harvard Business Press
Keywords: leadership, discussion, artistry, judgment, education
Number of Pages: 350
Discussion teaching--the foundation of the Harvard Business School's renowned case method of instruction--is a powerful tool for developing skills as well as conveying knowledge. In the give and take of discussion, students go beyond abstract understanding to the active application of important principles. They are confronted with the same kind of ambiguous, many-sided problems they will face in their professional lives. The elements of great teaching can be identified and consciously practiced. Many of the essays describe the building blocks of successful group leadership: negotiating a contr
Author: Douglas Lynn Vermillion
Keywords: irrigation, management, new, program, institute, paper, international, countries, institutions, developing, turnover, discussion
Number of Pages: 49
Discussion paper describing a new IIMI program for research, information and institutional support services concerning the turnover, privatization and self management of irrigation systems in developing countries.
Author: National Research Council (U.S.). NRENAISSANCE Com
Publisher: National Academies
Keywords: internet, future, information, realizing
Number of Pages: 324
This volume highlights what we can learn from Internet and how the research, education, and library communities can take full advantage of the information highway; presents a vision for the proposed national information infrastructure (NII); includes a wide-ranging discussion of costs, pricing, and federal funding for network development and a discussion of the federal role in making the best technical choices.
Author: National Research Council (U.S.). Subcommittee on
Publisher: National Academies
Keywords: animals, laboratory, requirements, nutrient
Number of Pages: 198
This book presents the current understanding of the lipid, carbohydrate, protein, mineral, vitamin, and other nutritional needs of laboratory animals. Extensive tables provide easy access to data and resources. Also included is an expanded background discussion of general dietary considerations. New features of this edition include new information on mineral deficiency and toxicity and expanded discussion of diet formulation and preparation.
Author: Juliet Corson
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: economy, cookery, domestic, principles, lectures, course
Number of Pages: 130
The lectures printed within this volume were delivered by Juliet Corson, superintendent of the New York School of Cookery, in the "Farmers Lecture Course," at the College of Agriculture, Minneapolis, during the session of 1884. "The lectures were familiar, extemporaneous discourses upon the topics under discussion, and the lecturer was surrounded by all the appointments of a well-ordered kitchen. The dishes as prepared were passed to the audience for examination and criticism, and full opportunity allowed for discussion," thus giving the lectures a familiar, colloquial tone.
Author: Karin Oskarsson
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Keywords: technologies, power, plants, coal, clean, guide, selecting, planner
Number of Pages: 180
World Bank Discussion Paper No. 373. This discussion paper constructs a consistent, nationwide poverty profile of Cambodia to support the governments effort to strengthen the design of poverty reduction policies. Basic data are given on the level and distribution of living standards as measured by per capita household consumption expenditures. The authors use the Socioeconomic Survey of Cambodia (SESC) of 1993-94 to estimate poverty measures and make poverty comparisons for Cambodia.