Italian Project 1a

Author: Telis Marin
Editor: Edizioni Edilingua
ISBN: 9788898433001
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The Italian project 1 is the first level of a modern multimedia course of Italian language. Suitable to adolescent and adult students. It provides a balanced information, with pleasant and amusing conversation and useful grammatical examples. Introduces students to modern Italy and its culture.

The Italian Project 1b

Author: Telis Marin
ISBN: 9789606930201
File Size: 19,61 MB
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The Italian project 1 is the first level of a modern multimedia course of Italian language. Suitable to adolescent and adult students. It provides a balanced information, with pleasant and amusing conversation and useful grammatical examples. Introduces students to modern Italy and its culture.

The Italian Model Of Management

Author: Luigi Serio
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351284665
File Size: 13,75 MB
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This book is an essential resource for facilitators seeking to help students develop their knowledge of management practice in Italy. It presents a collection of the best case studies and accompanying teaching notes from the Italian Association for Management Development (ASFOR) competition in 2014. The cases are written by teachers across many of the members of ASFOR in Italy, leading business schools, corporate universities and academia. Knowledge gained by professionals often remains implicit and is rarely shared. By grouping together the award-winning case studies in this volume, readers can gain an important insight into how management is conducted in Italy. This collection shines a light on management practices across several industries. The Italian economy differs from others in that it is one in which small and family-run businesses dominate, and the relationship between the private sector and public life is unique. As a result, The Italian Model of Management provides the opportunity for students to enlarge the Anglo-Saxon model and perspective of management, and to offer cross-cultural learning experiences, based on the distinction of a “Made in Italy” competitive advantage. Each case provides an engaging story, plots the strategic development of the organization in question, and is supported by online teaching guidance and teaching notes.

The Italian Utilities Industry

Author: Andrea Gilardoni
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 303037677X
File Size: 37,97 MB
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This book addresses the fundamental changes that the Italian public utilities sector has undergone in the last two decades. Since the late 1990s, liberalisation and privatisation have replaced state-owned monopolies at both the national and local level, new technologies have created a broad range of new opportunities for power generation and distribution, and a redesigned public policy agenda has brought to the fore a whole set of new priorities. In this fast-changing environment, firms have redrawn their strategies, redesigned their business architectures and models, invested in infrastructure and R&D, taken advantage of growth opportunities at home and abroad, opened up their ownership structure, revised their offerings, and developed a new approach to customers. As a result, a radically altered market structure has emerged. As the sector tackles the overriding challenge of sustainability and energy transition, the book takes stock of such past and ongoing developments through the direct testimonies of various stakeholders: the companies in the energy, water, and waste management sectors that are at the forefront of this sweeping transformation; regulators; financial partners; and management consulting firms. The diversity of perspectives and wealth of information presented make this book a valuable resource for anyone wanting to grasp the direction, intensity and causes of change, as well as the nature of the challenges that lie ahead. This work has been prepared as part of the research activities of the Observatory on Alliances and Strategies in the Pan-European Utility Market, one of Agici’s Research and Advisory units.

Mussolini S National Project In Argentina

Author: David Aliano
Editor: Fairleigh Dickinson
ISBN: 1611475775
File Size: 60,57 MB
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Mussolini’s National Project in Argentina offers a new look at the theoretical questions surrounding the promotion of a national project within another nation-state. Using the Italian project in Argentina as its case study, it highlights the active role emigrants can play in the national discourse when provided with a free public space abroad. Informed by both its Old World roots and New World realities, the Italian community articulated their own definition of the nation which transcended the political debates of its day. /span

Airo 2006 37 Annual Conference Of The Italian Operations Research Society Optimization And Decision Sciences Urban And Regional Logistic And Trasportation

Editor: Alinea Editrice
ISBN: 8860550742
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The Italian Princes 1464 1518

Author: Mandell Creighton
File Size: 74,58 MB
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Developing Corporate Social Responsibility

Author: Francesco Perrini
Editor: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 9781781958728
File Size: 66,52 MB
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'Perrini et al provide a detailed, authoritative look at the evolving European perspective on corporate social responsibility. They show how Europe has moved from follower status to leading edge practice. The book is the best current indicator of what the next stages of CSR will look like.' - Thomas W. Dunfee, University of Pennsylvania, US The rapidly increasing attention devoted to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has resulted in the term 'CSR' being applied to myriad dissimilar phenomena. The authors therefore aim to dispel this confusion by presenting a multi-faceted view of socially responsible corporate behavior and related themes. They provide a conceptualization of CSR that emphasizes the role of the adoption and implementation of specific CSR strategies and their impact on corporate social and economic performance.

Five Comedies From The Italian Renaissance

Author: Laura Giannetti
Editor: JHU Press
ISBN: 9780801872587
File Size: 32,94 MB
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Humor, sex, and satirized or upturned gender roles and social stereotypes characterize the Latin comedies updated and translated into Italian that became popular in Italy at the turn of the 16th century. The translations are by and for scholars of literature and history, rather than for production or performance. There are explanatory notes, but no bibliography or index. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

The Italian Way

Author: Douglas Harper
Editor: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226317269
File Size: 57,85 MB
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Outside of Italy, the country’s culture and its food appear to be essentially synonymous. And indeed, as The Italian Way makes clear, preparing, cooking, and eating food play a central role in the daily activities of Italians from all walks of life. In this beautifully illustrated book, Douglas Harper and Patrizia Faccioli present a fascinating and colorful look at the Italian table. The Italian Way focuses on two dozen families in the city of Bologna, elegantly weaving together Harper’s outsider perspective with Faccioli’s intimate knowledge of the local customs. The authors interview and observe these families as they go shopping for ingredients, cook together, and argue over who has to wash the dishes. Throughout, the authors elucidate the guiding principle of the Italian table—a delicate balance between the structure of tradition and the joy of improvisation. With its bite-sized history of food in Italy, including the five-hundred-year-old story of the country’s cookbooks, and Harper’s mouth-watering photographs, The Italian Way is a rich repast—insightful, informative, and inviting.

Opportunities And Constraints Of Community Language Teaching

Author: Sjaak Kroon
Editor: Multilingual Matters
ISBN: 9781853591648
File Size: 76,92 MB
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This book presents the results of a case study that, as part of the European Communities Comparative Evaluation Project, was conducted on the EC Pilot Project Community Languages in the Secondary Curriculum, carried out in London, Birmingham and Nottingham. The case study consists of a document analysis, interviews with some of the projects key persons, observations in community language classrooms, and a mail survey among community language teachers. The book strongly argues for giving minority languages a more stable place in the curriculum.

The History Of Ethiopia

Author: Saheed A. Adejumobi
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313322730
File Size: 59,62 MB
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This up-to-date historical narrative traces Ethiopia's history from antiquity to the present day.

Project Finance In Theory And Practice

Author: Stefano Gatti
Editor: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780080553344
File Size: 33,63 MB
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Project finance is a fast-growing area of capital investment for major infrastructure and other large projects. Financing such projects as EuroDisney, airports, highways, tunnels, schools, hospitals, and other large projects presents a complex and interesting challenge that the specialty of project finance takes on wholeheartedly, combining financial engineering with legal and contractual expertise to develop various financing options. In this book, Stefano Gatti of Bocconi University describes the theory that underpins this cutting-edge industry, and then provides illustrations and examples from actual practice to illustrate that theory. At key points in the book, Gatti brings in other project finance experts who share their specialized knowledge on the legal issues and the role of advisors in project finance deals. Forword by William Megginson, Professor and Rainbolt Chair in Finance, Price College of Business, The University of Oklahoma Comprehensive coverage of theory and practice of project finance as it is practiced today in Europe and North America

Language Culture And The Law

Author: Vijay Kumar Bhatia
Editor: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9783039114702
File Size: 20,97 MB
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The volume presents a set of invited papers based on analyses of legal discourse drawn from a number of international contexts where often the English language and legal culture has had to adjust to legal concepts very different from those of the English law system. Many of the papers were inspired by two major projects on legal language and inter-multiculturality: Generic Integrity in Legislative Discourse in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts based in Hong Kong and carried out by an international team and Interculturality in Domain-specific English, a national project supported by the Italian Ministry for Education and Research, involving research units from five Italian universities.

Oecd Reviews Of Risk Management Policies Italy 2010 Review Of The Italian National Civil Protection System

Author: OECD
Editor: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9264082204
File Size: 57,74 MB
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This OECD review of risk management policies focuses on the Italian civil protection system and its means to prepare for and react to earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, landslides and even volcanoes.

Urban Transport Xx

Author: C. A. Brebbia
Editor: WIT Press
ISBN: 1845647793
File Size: 52,12 MB
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Urban Transport XX contains the proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Urban Transport and the Environment.Topics covered include: Environmental impact; Transport strategies; Public transport systems; Urban transport simulation; Transport safety and security; Experiences from emerging countries; Intelligent transport systems.

Travelling Around The Human Genome

Author: Bertrand Jordan
Editor: John Libbey Eurotext
ISBN: 9782855985725
File Size: 49,73 MB
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Performance Of Wind Exposed Structures Results Of The Perbacco Project

Editor: Firenze University Press
ISBN: 886453167X
File Size: 34,20 MB
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Project Management

Author: Fabio Nonino
Editor: Sapienza Università Editrice
ISBN: 8893770865
File Size: 11,99 MB
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Contemporary organizations are undertaking increasingly complex projects in globalized, uncertain and dynamic environments. Proliferation of international programs, growing and challenging sophistication of technologies and of projects’ scope, and the increasing number of stakeholders are only some of the factors that increase or generate project complexity. Enhancing the understanding of what project complexity is and delineating the antecedents that increase or generate complexity can be fundamental steps towards the identification of drivers that cause complexity and consequences for project management performance. The PMI® Italian Academic Workshop, organized in 20-21 September 2018 by Sapienza University of Rome and the three Italian Chapter of the Project Management Institute, has been an event aimed at supporting participants to develop their researches to a further stage through in-depth discussions on the topic of project complexity. In collaboration with the PMI® Italy Chapters.

Euro Par 2003 Parallel Processing

Author: Harald Kosch
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 354040788X
File Size: 16,85 MB
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Proceedings -- Parallel Computing.