Karen A.Horcher – Essentials of Financial Risk Management

Karen A.Horcher – Essentials of Financial Risk Management A concise introduction to financial risk management strategies, policies, and techniques This ideal guide for business professionals focuses on strategic and management issues associated with financial risk. Essentials of Financial Risk Management identifies risk-mitigation policies and strategies; suggestions for determining an organization’s risk tolerance; and sources of…

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Karin Knorr Cetina – The Sociology of Financial Markets

Karin Knorr Cetina – The Sociology of Financial Markets Financial markets have often been seen by economists as efficient mechanisms that fulfill vital functions within economies. But do financial markets really operate in such a straightforward manner? The Sociology of Financial Markets approaches financial markets from a sociological perspective. It seeks to provide an adequate…

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Karl Marx – Value, Price & Profit

Karl Marx – Value, Price & Profit Excerpt from Value, Price and Profit The circumstances under which this paper was read are narrated at the beginning of the work. The paper was never published during the lifetime of Marx. It was found amongst his papers after the death of Engels. Among many other characteristics of…

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Kate Smith – Neural Networks in Business

Kate Smith – Neural Networks in Business Review This book is the ultimate reference for neural networks in business. — Mark Embrechts, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute From the Inside Flap Business data is arguably the most important asset that an organization owns. Whether the data records sales figures for the last 5 years, the loyalty of customers,…

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Kate Williams – Intoducing Management (3rd Ed.)

Kate Williams – Intoducing Management (3rd Ed.) Now fully revised and in its third edition, this comprehensive best-selling text, Introducing Management: A Development Guide, explains the principles and practice of management and is ideal for both new and existing managers to assist them in their role. The text incorporates the latest innovations in management thinking…

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Kathleen Sindell – Investing Online for Dummies

Kathleen Sindell – Investing Online for Dummies A guide to how to benefit from the broad trend of online-only brokerages. Services vary greatly from company to company, so readers are shown how to evaluate brokerages and investment firms to determine which is an appropriate match with their needs. Readers are also advised how to avoid…

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Kathy Lien – Millionaire Traders

Kathy Lien – Millionaire Traders Through interviews with twelve ordinary individuals who have worked hard to transform themselves into extraordinary traders, Millionaire Traders reveals how you can beat Wall Street at its own game. Filled with in–depth insights and practical advice, this book introduces you to a dozen successful traders–some who focus on equities, others who deal…

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Kathy Ivens – QuickBooks 2003 Official Guide

Kathy Ivens – QuickBooks 2003 Official Guide For businesspeople who can”t seem to justify a dedicated accounting department, QuickBooks 2000 can provide the needed recordkeeping and reporting capabilities. QuickBooks 2000: The Official Guide, the latest official QuickBooks book from respected author Kathy Ivens, decodes the QuickBooks (and QuickBooks Pro) interfaces and shows you how to fit…

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Keith Cuthbertson – Quantitative Financial Economics

Keith Cuthbertson – Quantitative Financial Economics Synopsis: Quantitative Financial Economics Stocks, Bonds and Foreign Exchange Quantitative techniques in finance have become vitally important to academics and professionals in the financial markets looking to gain a more profitable edge. Quantitative Financial Economics provides a comprehensive introduction to models of economic behaviour in financial markets, focusing on…

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Ken Binmore – Playing for Real

Ken Binmore – Playing for Real Ken Binmore’s previous game theory textbook, Fun and Games (D.C. Heath, 1991), carved out a significant niche in the advanced undergraduate market; it was intellectually serious and more up-to-date than its competitors, but also accessibly written. Its central thesis was that game theory allows us to understand many kinds of interactions…

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