Author: Raoul Bunschoten
Publisher: 010 Publishers
Keywords: city, stirring, flotsam, urban
Number of Pages: 460
Published: 2001
ISBN-10: 9064503877
ISBN-13: 9789064503870

Author: Tonis Vaga
Publisher: Tonis Vaga
Keywords: chaos, selection, option, valuation, stock, market, using, theory, profiting, timing
Number of Pages: 284
Published: 1994-12
ISBN-10: 0070667861
ISBN-13: 9780070667860

Finally, a book that not only explains the relationship between investing and chaos theory--the cutting-edge dicipline that Business Week says will "revitalize the money-management industry"--but also shows readers how to use the theory to master the financial markets. Illustrated.

Author: Tod Emko
Publisher: Vault Inc.
Keywords: careers, technology, guide, vault
Number of Pages: 130
Published: 2004
ISBN-10: 158131289X
ISBN-13: 9781581312898

This new Vault guide takes an inside look at careers in this all-important and continually growing sector of the economy. Vault provides an overview of industry trends and career paths, an analysis of tech education options, and an insider guide to the hiring process for technology careers.

Author: Vinay Kumar Bhargava
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Keywords: global, development, challenges, key, introduction, issues, citizens
Number of Pages: 491
Published: 2006
ISBN-10: 0821367315
ISBN-13: 9780821367315

Written by 27 World Bank experts, this book draws on the Bank's unique global capabilities and experience to promote an understanding of key global issues that cannot be solved by any one nation alone in an increasingly interconnected world. It describes the forces that are shaping public and private action to address these issues and highlights the Bank's own work in these areas. Covering four broad themes (global economy, global human development, global environment, and global governance), this comprehensive volume provides an introduction to today's most pressing global issues-from poverty

Author: Shangren Kong
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: fan, blossom, peach
Number of Pages: 334
Published: 1976
ISBN-10: 0520029283
ISBN-13: 9780520029286

The Peach Blossom Fan is a poetic drama about national cataclysm. More than 300 years ago, the last native Chinese imperial house fell before rebel onslaughts, made a short-lived attempt at restoration in the south, then yielded finally to the invading Manchus. Writing in the 1690s, Kng Shang-jen gathered the recollections of survivors. Out of these and a multitude of documentary accounts, he constructed a great historical play in the elegant Southern Chinese style. With compelling vividness he recreates confrontations between loyalists and those who would sell out to the newest master; nostal

Author: Lisa Mancino
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: healthy, eating, roadblocks, stress, knowledge, hunger, dietary
Number of Pages: 29
Published: 2010-02
ISBN-10: 1437921671
ISBN-13: 9781437921670

Poor diets and rising obesity rates among Americans have persisted despite increased awareness and publicity regarding the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. This analysis of consumer food choice developed a consumer demand model to illustrate how both longterm health objectives and immediate visceral influences ¿ long intervals between meals and away-from-home eating ¿ can affect individuals¿ food choices. The model predicts that dietary knowledge will have less influence on food choices in the face of immediate visceral factors. Longer intervals between meals and consumpti

Author: Anthony James Gregor
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: fascism, origins, intellectual, mussolini
Number of Pages: 296
Published: 1979
ISBN-10: 0520037995
ISBN-13: 9780520037991
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