Principi Di Econometria

Author: Pasquale Persico
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Economia 1970 1990

Author: Terenzio Cozzi
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Me Mondo Economico

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Economia Pubblica

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1993 Dove Va L Economia Italiana

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Giornale Della Libreria

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Performance Measurement And Financial Reporting

Author: Saverio Bozzolan
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Evidence Based Oncology

Author: Christopher B. Williams
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1405140151
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This is a book about using the best evidence to inform treatment decisions for people with cancer. It is written by oncologists for oncologists, using examples throughout to illustrate key points. The book starts off with a "toolbox" section, written in a way which will help those relatively new to the principles of evidence-based oncology to understand the key issues, and equip them with the basics of how to tell a good study from a bad one. The majority of the book then deals with an evidence-based summary of the common and important cancers in a structured and easy to read format around common patient scenarios and frequently asked questions. Whilst most of the evidence is based on randomised controlled trials, other studies are cited where appropriate eg when discussing adverse events. The unique accompanying book website will contain updates of new chapters and studies as they become available. Written by leading world figures in the evidence-based movement Includes free CD-ROM with PC eBook and sample PDA chapter Methodology of reviewing and appraising evidence discussed in the context of cancer management Clinical sections covering prevention and screening Chapters on treatment of the individual major cancers review the current best available evidence to most frequently asked questions Rigorously structured explicit searches, evidence of efficacy and harms, plus comment around clinical scenarios Free-access update website keeping the text current and live: www.evidbasedoncology.com

Companion Encyclopedia Of The History And Philosophy Of The Mathematical Sciences

Author: I. Grattan-Guinness
Editor: JHU Press
ISBN: 9780801873973
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Mathematics is one of the most basic -- and most ancient -- types of knowledge. Yet the details of its historical development remain obscure to all but a few specialists. The two-volume Companion Encyclopedia of the History and Philosophy of the Mathematical Sciences recovers this mathematical heritage, bringing together many of the world's leading historians of mathematics to examine the history and philosophy of the mathematical sciences in a cultural context, tracing their evolution from ancient times to the twentieth century. In 176 concise articles divided into twelve parts, contributors describe and analyze the variety of problems, theories, proofs, and techniques in all areas of pure and applied mathematics, including probability and statistics. This indispensable reference work demonstrates the continuing importance of mathematics and its use in physics, astronomy, engineering, computer science, philosophy, and the social sciences. Also addressed is the history of higher education in mathematics. Carefully illustrated, with annotated bibliographies of sources for each article, The Companion Encyclopedia is a valuable research tool for students and teachers in all branches of mathematics. Contents of Volume 1: •Ancient and Non-Western Traditions •The Western Middle Ages and the Renaissance •Calculus and Mathematical Analysis •Functions, Series, and Methods in Analysis •Logic, Set Theories, and the Foundations of Mathematics •Algebras and Number Theory Contents of Volume 2: •Geometries and Topology •Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering •Physics, Mathematical Physics, and Electrical Engineering •Probability, Statistics, and the Social Sciences •Higher Education and Institutions •Mathematics and Culture •Select Bibliography, Chronology, Biographical Notes, and Index

The Economics Of Information

Author: Kenneth Joseph Arrow
Editor: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674137639
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A collection of essays on the theory of information as an economic commodity includes discussions of statistical methods, property rights, and economic planning