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Competition Policy for the New Era by Tembinkosi Bonakele

Title Competition Policy for the New Era
Author Tembinkosi Bonakele
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release 2018-01-30
Category Law
Total Pages 304
ISBN 0198810679
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Competition law has expanded to more than 100 jurisdictions worldwide with varying degrees of economic, social, and institutional development, raising important questions as to what is the appropriate design of competition law regimes and the interaction between competition law and economic development. This volume, comprising a selection of papers from the 4th BRICS International Competition Conference written by academic and practising economists and lawyers from both developed and developing countries, is distinctive in its focus on a broader view of competition policy in BRICS and developing countries. It examines the role competition, the application of broader public interest and national interest concerns in the analysis and influence on developing country competition authorities' policy-making. The contributors address topics such as: - a broad view of competition policy; - making markets work for the people as a post millennium development goal; - some key issues concerning the further development of China's antimonopoly law; - remedies in BRICS countries; - public interest issues in cross-border mergers; - crafting creative remedies in food markets in South Africa; - what are African competition authorities doing to fight cartels?; - successes and challenges in the fight against cartels; and the economics of antitrust sanctioning.

Title The New Era of Wealth How Investors Can Profit From the 5 Economic Trends Shaping the Future
Author Brian S. Wesbury
Publisher McGraw Hill Professional
Release 1999-11-20
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 199
ISBN 0071369236
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the last half of the 19th century, the Industrial Revolution sparked a remarkable, historic series of innovations-the first transatlantic telegraph cable, electric lights and motors, automobiles, telephones, and more. This process of discovery and invention led to a noninflationary boom in economic growth, and the United States became the most powerful, most influential nation in history. Today, we are witnessing the same phenomenon. Computers, fax machines, the Internet, cellular telephones, satellite communication systems-all of these technological developments and more are working together to increase productivity and efficiency. Inflation is at its lowest level in years, while entrepreneurial activity is at an all-time high. Smaller government, fewer regulations, and lower taxes have created an ideal environment for innovation. America has entered a new era of wealth, and the wealth produced by that innovation is flowing through every level of the economy! In The New Era Of Wealth, influential economist Brian Wesbury tells you how take advantage of this transformed economy-and build long-term wealth for yourself and your family. This groundbreaking book reveals five key trends that will continue to feed the economic boom; four simple strategies to take advantage of those trends; the truth about today's P/E ratios-and why higher is sometimes better; 4 threats to the new prosperity-how to see them coming and sidestep them; and more. “/p> Far more than just another "How to Make Money" guide, The New Era Of Wealth is a comprehensive analysis of America's exciting new economy and the opportunities it provides. Filled with fascinating case histories, solid research, innovative investing strategies, and a sense of optimism that is both realistic and refreshing, it will change the way you view your place in today's economy-and send you into the new millennium armed with a wealth building program designed to minimize your long-term risk as it maximizes your return.

Citizens Wealth by Angela Cummine

Title Citizens Wealth
Author Angela Cummine
Publisher Yale University Press
Release 2016-09-27
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 288
ISBN 0300222114
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In 2006, Chile teemed with protesters after finance minister Andrés Velasco invested budget surpluses from the nation’s historic copper boom in two Sovereign Wealth Funds. A year later, when prices plummeted and unemployment soared, Chile’s government was able to stimulate recovery by drawing on the funds. State-owned investment vehicles that hold public funds in a wide range of assets, Sovereign Wealth Funds enable governments to access an unprecedented degree of wealth. Consequently, more countries are seeking to establish them. Looking at Chile, China, Australia, Singapore, and numerous other examples, including a comparative analysis of Britain and Norway’s use of oil revenues, Angela Cummine tackles the key ethical questions surrounding their use, including: To whom does the wealth belong? How should the funds be managed, invested, and distributed? With sovereign funds—and media attention—continuing to grow, this is an invaluable look at a hotly debated economic issue.

Title The New Era of Global Competition
Author Daniel Drache
Publisher McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Release 1991
Category Political Science
Total Pages 450
ISBN 9780773508187
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The increasing globalization of production and the conservative agenda for market-led growth are dramatically affecting the life of the average Canadian and the choices made by social and economic policy makers. As Daniel Drache, Meric Gertler, and the contributing authors show, the worldwide reorganization of markets poses new challenges for domestic industry while continental trade initiatives threaten the livelihood of Canadian workers and the stability of communities across all regions of the country. Environmental quality is similarly at risk from development strategies driven more by possibilities of short-term gain from export sales than by attempts to promote long-term sustainability.

Wealth and Power by Orville Schell

Title Wealth and Power
Author Orville Schell
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2013-07-16
Category History
Total Pages 496
ISBN 1405529830
Language English, Spanish, and French
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By now everyone knows the basic facts of China's rise to pre-eminence over the past three decades. But how did this erstwhile sleeping giant finally manage to arrive at its current phase of dynamic growth? How did a century-long succession of failures to change somehow culminate in the extraordinary dynamism of China today? By examining the lives of eleven influential officials, writers, activists and leaders whose contributions helped create modern China, Wealth and Power addresses these questions. This fascinating survey moves from the lead-up to the first Opium War through to contemporary opposition to single-party rule. Along the way, we meet titans of Chinese history, intellectuals and political figures. By unwrapping the intellectual antecedents of today's resurgent China, Orville Schell and John Delury supply much-needed insight into the country's tortured progression from nineteenth-century decline to twenty-first-century boom. By looking backward into the past to understand forces at work for hundreds of years, they help us understand China today and the future that this singular country is helping shape for all of us.

The Role Of Money by Frederick Soddy

Title The Role Of Money
Author Frederick Soddy
Publisher Read Books Ltd
Release 2013-04-16
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 232
ISBN 1446546969
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Pomona Press are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

Title War a New Era and Depression 1914 1940
Author Paul W. Glad
Publisher Wisconsin Historical Society
Release 2013-03-05
Category History
Total Pages 662
ISBN 087020632X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The fifth volume in The History of Wisconsin series covers the years from the outbreak of World War I to the eve of American entry into World War II. In between, the rise of the woman's movement, the advent of universal suffrage, and the "great experiment" of Prohibition are explored, along with the contest between newly emergent labor unions and powerful business and industrial corporations. Author Paul W. Glad also investigates the Great Depression in Wisconsin and its impact on rural and urban families in the state. Photographs and maps further illustrate this volume which tells the story of one of the most exciting and stressful eras in the history of the state.

The Wealth of Choices by Alan Murray

Title The Wealth of Choices
Author Alan Murray
Publisher Currency
Release 2002-02-05
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 288
ISBN 0676806600
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The world has been turned upside down. The economy is unpredictable. And it’s time for you to take control. There’s no better guide to being a savvy buyer and a smart investor than Alan Murray, the Washington bureau chief of The Wall Street Journal. A clear and confident voice in times of chaotic change, Murray combines the big picture and street-smart tactics that will help you profit and live well. He begins with a perceptive overview of a rapidly changing economy, pointing out that even with the stock market zigging and zagging, the American economy is opening up more and more power to the individual consumer and investor. There is indeed a wealth of choices. Alan Murray doesn’t just talk about the new economic landscape—he shows you how to live in it. Health care: The most potentially traumatic change will be in the relationship between you and your doctor. Murray explains what you need to know to be an effective consumer. Education: The price of a good education has gone sky high. But your mind is your most important investment. Murray shows how to cut costs and cut deals that will help you grow. Your job: The revolution in the workplace means that you have to think of yourself as a brand. Murray shows you how to compete and excel. Investing: “Professional money manager” is an oxymoron. Money managers don’t know much more than you do. Murray provides easy-to-use rules that will let you get great returns on your own. Retirement: Old age isn’t what it used to be. Murray explains why the traditional three-legged stool (social security, private pension, personal saving) is rickety—and what to do about it.

Infinite Wealth by Barry Carter

Title Infinite Wealth
Author Barry Carter
Publisher Routledge
Release 2012-09-11
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 264
ISBN 1136011544
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With advances in information technology people are being empowered to connect, collaborate, create wealth and self-order without bureaucracy or representative government. Infinite Wealth shows how the frantic change within organizations is part of a process of creating a new type of wealth creation enterprise enabled through the Internet. Infinite Wealth illuminates our environment, allowing us to clearly see the big picture and how the individual pieces of today's activity fit into a coherent new worldview, thus making sense of today's chaos. This revolutionary synthesis empowers you to understand what is occurring and to make effective personal choices regarding your work and life.

Title The New Era
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Release 1873
Category Judaism
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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