The Economist

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The Economist

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Japan

Author: The Economist
Editor: Cambridge University Press
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These briefs on Japan's political economy give a short, simple introduction to people unfamiliar with Japan ...

God The Economist

Author: M. Douglas Meeks
Editor: Fortress Press
ISBN: 9781451413366
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God does not appear in the modern market. For most economists this is as it should be. It is in no way necessary, according to modern economic theory, to consider God when thinking about economy. Indeed, the absence of God in economic matters is viewed as necessary to the great advances in modern economy. The difficulty with modern market economies, however, is that human livelihood is also left out of the theory and practice of the market economy. ?"I propose to bring the church's teaching about God, the doctrine of the Trinity, to bear on the masked connections between God and economy. I will treat the Trinity as the way of understanding what the Bible calls the 'economy of God.'?

The Environment

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The World Of The Economist

Author: Hugh Stanton Norton
Editor: Columbia : University of South Carolina Press
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Capital Currency And Banking A Ser Of Articles Publ In The Economist

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The Economist State Capitalism

Author: The Economist
Editor: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0241963893
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The Penguin Economist Special reports delve into the most pressing economic issues of the day: from national and global economies, to the impact of trade, industry and jobs. Written to be read on a long commute or in your lunch hour - be better informed in under an hour. As Western liberalist capitalism flounders in the wake of global recession, state backed companies are slowly taking over. The melding of the power of the state and the power of capitalism is on the rise. Prevalent in the emerging economies of China, Russia and Brazil, some of the world's most powerful companies are state owned. The 13 biggest oil firms are government controlled. China Mobile has over 600million customers and the Emirates airlines is growing at 20% a year. However, despite the numerous successes, Adrian Wooldridge urges caution. He asks whether it could easily survive if confronted with difficulty, criticises the embedded corruption and cronyism and asks whether a fair trading system is possible to maintain with government favoured business. Slowly but surely, the invisible hand of the market is being usurped by the visible, often authoritarian, hand of state capitalism. Sections include: The visible hand Something old, something new - a brief history of state capitalism New masters of the universe - how state enterprise is spreading Theme and variations - state capitalism is not all the same Mixed bag - infrastructure and innovation The world in their hands - state capitalism looks outward and inward And the winner is - fatal flaws

The Economist Dictionary Of Political Biography

Author: Jane Carroll
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The Economist And General Adviser

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The Works Of Xenophon Pt 1 The Memorabilia And Apology The Economist The Symposium And Hiero 1897

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Political Europe

Author: The Economist
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This booklet contains 10 briefs on the political structure and individual parties of the European Economic Community, all of which have previously appeared in The Economist. The first four briefs deal with the' institutions and powers of the central bodies in Strasbourg and Luxembourg: the parliament, the budget process and the day-to-day problems of managing a multi-lingual European government. A page of maps and charts then explains and analyses the outcome of the elections to the assembly. Following this are six briefs on the major political groupings within the European parliament, contrasting their power there with the influence they have inside the individual member countries. The booklet is thus a practical and, it is hoped, useful guide to the development and present state of European political ideas -communism, socialism, liberalism, Christian democracy, conservatism and nationalism - within the broader context of the relatively new idea of a federated European community.

The Pursuit Of Reason

Author: Ruth Dudley Edwards
Editor: Harvard Business Press
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Since its founding by James Wilson in 1843, The Economist has been the world's most enduring and distinguished proponent of free markets and free trade. In celebration of this influential paper's 150th anniversary, Ruth Dudley Edwards has written The Pursuit of Reason, an authoritative history over 10 years in the making. Now published for the first time in the United States, this edition features a new foreword by Bill Emmott, editor of The Economist since 1993. Edwards's narrative is the product of hundreds of interviews and exhaustive research - a herculean effort exacerbated by the fact that most of the paper's records had been destroyed in 1941 during the London Blitz. The Pursuit of Reason tells the stories of a distinguished group of men - and some women - who managed the paper and reported on the leading issues of their day. Of particular interest to those concerned with the future of the press is Edwards's account of the steps taken in 1928 by Wilson's descendants to preserve the independence of The Economist in a transfer of ownership, and of the endurance of this unusual trust arrangement over time as similar efforts throughout the newspaper industry have failed. The Pursuit of Reason is the story of a powerful newspaper, and of how quality journalism is made. It is also a chronicle of modern ideas and a sweeping history of the major international economic, business and political issues of the past 150 years.

The Economist The Future Of Jobs

Author: The Economist
Editor: Penguin UK
ISBN: 024196315X
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The Penguin Economist Special reports delve into the most pressing economic issues of the day: from national and global economies, to the impact of trade, industry and jobs. Written to be read on a long commute or in your lunch hour - be better informed in under an hour. Globalisation and technology are changing the structure of the labour market. Now, companies have the choice to recruit from further afield and without the need for traditional office workers. Matthew Bishop explores how companies can, and will, recruit employees in the future and how individuals can get ahead in this era of change. Sections include: The great mismatch Labour-market trends: Winners and losers Bottom of the pyramid Self-help: My big fat career Free-for-all Companies' concerns: Got talent? The role of government: Lending a hand A better balance: More feast, less famine

The Economist As Preacher And Other Essays

Author: George J. Stigler
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The Economist

Author: Leonard Neufeldt
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This major study examines Thoreau's participation in the economic discourse of his time and place. It focuses on the cultural conditions in the time of Thoreau, his awareness of them, and his responses to them as a literary artist who identified his writing as his vocation.

The Economist Business Traveller S Guides

Author: Rick Morris
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Descirbes the history, culture, social conditions, and business conventions of Japan

The Economist Women And Work

Author: The Economist
Editor: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0241963109
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The Penguin Economist Special reports delve into the most pressing economic issues of the day: from national and global economies, to the impact of trade, industry and jobs. Written to be read on a long commute or in your lunch hour - be better informed in under an hour. When students graduate from university they are employed in equal numbers. Move up the ladder a few rungs and the number of women in high powered positions has fallen dramatically. Women make up just 3% of Fortune 500 CEOs and still generally get paid less than their male counterparts. Barbara Becks ask why this is and what can be done about it. She covers: Closing the gap Female labour markets: The cashier and the carpenter A world of bluestockings Work and family: Baby blues Top jobs: Too many suits Women in China: The sky's the limit Looking ahead: Here's to the next half-century

The Economist Economics

Author: Rupert Pennant-Rea
Editor: Penguin Group USA
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Elucidates the differences and similarities between Keynesian alignments and the computer revolutionized concepts

The Economist China

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The Penguin Economist Special reports delve into the most pressing economic issues of the day: from national and global economies, to the impact of trade, industry and jobs. Written to be read on a long commute or in your lunch hour - be better informed in under an hour. 'The line up for next year's change of leadership does not give cause for optimism' says James Miles, the Economist's China correspondent. With a heavily state owned banking system, waning numbers of workers in a labour intensive industrial economy and lack of development in new business, China's current boom may be set to bust. In the following sections, James Miles examines the restrictive nature of government in China, and what it will mean for the country and the rest of the world. Urbanisation: Where do you live? Rising power, anxious state China's new leaders: The princelings are coming Growth prospects: Beware the middle-income trap Deng & Co Government's role in industry: The long arm of the state Demography: Getting on Ideological battles: Universalists v exceptionalists