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The Infinite Desire for Growth

Posted By: l3ivo
The Infinite Desire for Growth

Daniel Cohen, Jane Marie Todd, "The Infinite Desire for Growth"
English | 2020 | ISBN: 0691210063, 0691172536 | 184 pages | EPUB | 2.2 MB

50 Years Of Singapore's Productivity Drive

Posted By: l3ivo
50 Years Of Singapore's Productivity Drive

Woon Kin Chung, Loo Ya Lee, "50 Years Of Singapore's Productivity Drive"
English | 2018 | ISBN: 9813141174 | 456 pages | EPUB | 47.4 MB

The Economics of Climate Change in Argentina

Posted By: AvaxGenius
The Economics of Climate Change in Argentina

The Economics of Climate Change in Argentina by Maria Elisa Belfiori
English | EPUB | 2021 | 156 Pages | ISBN : 3030622517 | 7.5 MB

In this volume, the contributors discuss some of the most remarkable global warming effects in Argentina and examine policies that Latin American countries could follow to achieve their individual climate goals. Climate change is one of the most pressing issues today. However, after many years of climate negotiations, the world has failed to introduce a common global policy. Differences in countries' climate agendas have led to unsuccessful efforts. Countries willing to pursue a climate policy have sought alternative strategies to mitigate and adapt to global warming's consequences within their jurisdiction. In this context, Latin American countries' role in shaping the regional climate agenda is yet to be explored.

Economics for Environmental Studies: A Strategic Guide to Micro- and Macroeconomics, Second Edition (Repost)

Posted By: AvaxGenius
Economics for Environmental Studies: A Strategic Guide to Micro- and Macroeconomics, Second Edition (Repost)

Economics for Environmental Studies: A Strategic Guide to Micro- and Macroeconomics, Second Edition by Alfred Endres
English | EPUB | 2018 | 296 Pages | ISBN : 3662548267 | 4.77 MB

This textbook provides a concise introduction to micro- and macroeconomics and demonstrates how economic tools and approaches can be used to analyze environmental issues. Written in an accessible style without compromising depth of the analysis, central issues in the public policy debate on environmental problems and environmental policy are discussed and analyzed from an economics perspective. The book is meant as an introductory (and in some parts intermediate) text for undergraduate students in environmental sciences without a background in economics. It also serves as a companion for economists interested in a presentation of the micro and macro foundations of environmental economics, in a nutshell.

Industrial, Trade, and Employment Policies in Iran: Towards a New Agenda (Repost)

Posted By: AvaxGenius
Industrial, Trade, and Employment Policies in Iran: Towards a New Agenda (Repost)

Industrial, Trade, and Employment Policies in Iran: Towards a New Agenda by Pooya Alaedini
English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 | 289 Pages | ISBN : 3319940112 | 18.16 MB

This volume explores Iran’s industrial and trade policy options for achieving sustainable, export-oriented, and pro-employment growth. The first part of the book discusses Iran’s economic and industrial development performance, as well as strategies for enhancing capabilities, fostering productive transformation, and developing employment that can result in faster and more inclusive economic growth. It also presents a case study on a leading manufacturing subsector—the automotive industry.

The Economics of Climate Change in Argentina

Posted By: AvaxGenius
The Economics of Climate Change in Argentina

The Economics of Climate Change in Argentina by Maria Elisa Belfiori
English | PDF | 2021 | 156 Pages | ISBN : 3030622517 | 4 MB

In this volume, the contributors discuss some of the most remarkable global warming effects in Argentina and examine policies that Latin American countries could follow to achieve their individual climate goals. Climate change is one of the most pressing issues today. However, after many years of climate negotiations, the world has failed to introduce a common global policy. Differences in countries' climate agendas have led to unsuccessful efforts. Countries willing to pursue a climate policy have sought alternative strategies to mitigate and adapt to global warming's consequences within their jurisdiction. In this context, Latin American countries' role in shaping the regional climate agenda is yet to be explored.

Stakeholder Capitalism: A Global Economy that Works for Progress, People and Planet

Posted By: l3ivo
Stakeholder Capitalism: A Global Economy that Works for Progress, People and Planet

Klaus Schwab, Peter Vanham, "Stakeholder Capitalism: A Global Economy that Works for Progress, People and Planet"
English | 2021 | ISBN: 1119756138 | 304 pages | EPUB | 1.35 MB

The Case for Degrowth

Posted By: arundhati
The Case for Degrowth

Giorgos Kallis, "The Case for Degrowth"
English | ISBN: 1509535624 | 2020 | 140 pages | PDF | 582 KB

Zero Lower Bound Term Structure Modeling: A Practitioner’s Guide

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Zero Lower Bound Term Structure Modeling: A Practitioner’s Guide

Zero Lower Bound Term Structure Modeling: A Practitioner’s Guide by Leo Krippner
English | PDF,EPUB | 2015 | 436 Pages | ISBN : 1349681237 | 29.5 MB

Nominal yields on government debt in several countries have fallen very near their zero lower bound (ZLB), causing a liquidity trap and limiting the capacity to stimulate economic growth. This book provides a comprehensive reference to ZLB structure modeling in an applied setting.

Sovereignty and Land Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the United States

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Sovereignty and Land Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the United States

Sovereignty and Land Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the United States by Wayne Edwards
English | PDF,EPUB | 2020 | 209 Pages | ISBN : 1137593997 | 2.5 MB

This book presents a comparative study of the land settlements and sovereign arrangements between the US government and the three major aggregated groups of indigenous peoples—American Indians, Native Alaskans, and Native Hawaiians—whose land rights claims have resulted in very different outcomes. It shows that the outcomes of their sovereign claims were different, though their bases were similar. While the US government insists that it is committed to the government-to-government relationship it has with the tribes, federal authority severely limits the ability of tribal governments to participate as an equal partner.