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Income Distribution

Fred Campano and Dominick Salvatore.

March 2006; published online May 2006.

Book. Subjects: economic development and growth. 184 pages.

Intended as an introductory textbook for advanced undergraduates and first year graduate students, this book leads the reader from familiar basic micro- and macroeconomic concepts in the...

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Management Accounting in the Digital Economy

Edited by Alnoor Bhimani.

November 2003; published online August 2004.

Book. Subjects: financial markets. 316 pages.

This book explores the impact of the digital economy on the practice of management accounting. The digital economy is defined as the digital interrelationships and dependencies between...

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Foundations of Human Sociality

Edited by Joseph Henrich, Robert Boyd, Samuel Bowles, Colin Camerer, Ernst Fehr and Herbert Gintis.

March 2004; published online January 2005.

Book. Subjects: microeconomics. 472 pages.

This book is the result of a collaborative effort by eleven anthropologists and six economists, and questions the motives that underlie the ways that humans interact socially, and whether...

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The Business of Systems Integration

Edited by Andrea Prencipe, Andrew Davies and Michael Hobday.

November 2003; published online January 2005.

Book. Subjects: economic systems. 396 pages.

In the past decade or so, systems integration has become a key factor in the operations, strategy, and competitive advantage of major corporations in a wide variety of sectors (e.g....

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Pension Funds

E. Philip Davis.

January 1998; published online March 2012.

Book. Subjects: financial markets. 350 pages.

Coping with the ageing of the population without major economic disruption is undoubtedly one of the major challenges facing the global economy and world financial markets both now and for...

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Welfare, Incentives, and Taxation

James Mirrlees.

March 2006; published online October 2011.

Book. Subjects: public economics. 580 pages.

The author of this book is an economist interested in welfare, development, and public sector economics. The volume brings together published and unpublished work in these key areas.

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The Audit Society

Michael Power.

August 1999; published online October 2011.

Book. Subjects: financial institutions and services. 208 pages.

Since the early 1980s there has been an explosion of auditing activity in the United Kingdom and North America. In addition to financial audits there are now medical audits, technology...

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Managing Corporate Growth

Jordi Canals.

December 1999; published online October 2011.

Book. Subjects: financial institutions and services. 198 pages.

As economic growth in Western countries shows signs of fatigue, companies are battling hard to discover how to generate and sustain corporate growth. The restructuring and reengineering...

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Short-Term Capital Flows and Economic Crises

Edited by Stephany Griffith-Jones, Manuel F. Montes and Anwar Nasution.

February 2001; published online October 2011.

Book. Subjects: economic development and growth. 324 pages.

The currency crises that engulfed East Asian economies in 1997 and Mexico in 1994 — and their high development costs — raise a serious concern about the net benefits for developing...

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What is an Exchange?

Ruben Lee.

January 2000; published online October 2011.

Book. Subjects: financial institutions and services. 424 pages.

New technology has revolutionised the nature and threatened the existence of traditional stock and future exchanges. This book analyses how stocks and shares have responded to developments...

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