Human Resource Development: For the Food Industries by WA Gould

By WA Gould

This identify covers a whole diversity of facing humans, starting with the adjustments within the meals that necessitate treating Human assets in a systematic demeanour, to Highlights of work legislation and laws. the writer attracts on his 39 years of expertise as a school Professor, in addition to forty plus years as an organization supervisor. whereas this e-book is written expressly with foodstuff processing and similar organisations in brain, The tenets espoused within the booklet might be appropriate to all industries.

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By WA Gould

This identify covers a whole diversity of facing humans, starting with the adjustments within the meals that necessitate treating Human assets in a systematic demeanour, to Highlights of work legislation and laws. the writer attracts on his 39 years of expertise as a school Professor, in addition to forty plus years as an organization supervisor. whereas this e-book is written expressly with foodstuff processing and similar organisations in brain, The tenets espoused within the booklet might be appropriate to all industries.

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Reimagining (Bio)Medicalization, Pharmaceuticals and by Susan E. Bell, Anne E. Figert

By Susan E. Bell, Anne E. Figert

In contemporary years medicalization, the method of creating whatever clinical, has won massive floor and a place in daily discourse. during this multidisciplinary number of unique essays, the authors expertly give some thought to how matters round medicalization have constructed, ways that it's altering, and the capability shapes it is going to absorb the longer term. They increase a special argument that medicalization, biomedicalization, pharmaceuticalization and geneticization are comparable and co-evolving approaches, current in the course of the globe. this can be a fantastic addition to anthropology, sociology and STS classes approximately drugs and health.

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By Susan E. Bell, Anne E. Figert

In contemporary years medicalization, the method of creating whatever clinical, has won massive floor and a place in daily discourse. during this multidisciplinary number of unique essays, the authors expertly give some thought to how matters round medicalization have constructed, ways that it's altering, and the capability shapes it is going to absorb the longer term. They increase a special argument that medicalization, biomedicalization, pharmaceuticalization and geneticization are comparable and co-evolving approaches, current in the course of the globe. this can be a fantastic addition to anthropology, sociology and STS classes approximately drugs and health.

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The New Chinese Traveler: Business Opportunities from the by G. Bowerman

By G. Bowerman

This e-book explains the rising tendencies and advancements of chinese language outbound trip, along the motivations, wishes and expectancies of chinese language tourists themselves. jam-packed with interviews, this booklet can help companies create services and products that meet the speedily evolving and diversifying necessities of tech-savvy chinese language travelers.

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By G. Bowerman

This e-book explains the rising tendencies and advancements of chinese language outbound trip, along the motivations, wishes and expectancies of chinese language tourists themselves. jam-packed with interviews, this booklet can help companies create services and products that meet the speedily evolving and diversifying necessities of tech-savvy chinese language travelers.

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Rogues' Gallery: The Secret History of the Mogul and the by Michael Gross

By Michael Gross

“Behind nearly each portray is a fortune and in the back of sin or a crime.”
With those phrases as a place to begin, Michael Gross, major chronicler of the yankee wealthy, starts off the 1st self sustaining, unauthorized examine the saga of the nation’s maximum museum, the Metropolitan Museum of paintings. during this ceaselessly enjoyable follow-up to his bestselling social background 740 Park, Gross pulls again the colors of secrecy that experience lengthy shrouded the higher class’s cultural and philanthropic goals and maneuvers. And he paints a revealing portrait of a formerly hidden face of yank wealth and power.

The Metropolitan, Gross writes, “is a big alchemical scan, turning the worst of man’s attributes—extravagance, lust, gluttony, acquisitiveness, envy, avarice, greed, egotism, and pride—into some of the best, transmuting lethal sins into useful treasure.” The e-book covers the total 138-year background of the Met, concentrating on the museum’s so much colourful characters. commencing with the lame-duck director Philippe de Montebello, the museum’s longest-serving chief who ultimately stepped down in 2008, Rogues’ Gallery then is going again to the very starting, highlighting, between many others: the 1st director, Luigi Palma di Cesnola, an Italian-born epic phony, whose legacy is a trove of plundered historic relics, a few of which stay on demonstrate this present day; John Pierpont Morgan, the best capitalist and artwork collector of his day, who became the museum from the plaything of a handful of wealthy amateurs right into a specialist operation committed, kind of, to the general public sturdy; John D. Rockefeller Jr., who by no means served the Met in any reputable capability yet who, in the course of the nice melancholy, proved the one guy prepared and wealthy sufficient to be its benefactor, which made him its behind-the-scenes puppeteer; the debatable Thomas Hoving, whose tenure as director throughout the sixties and seventies revolutionized museums around the globe yet left the Met in chaos; and Jane Engelhard and Annette de l. a. Renta, a mother-daughter trustee tag staff whose tales will astonish you (think Casablanca rewritten by way of Edith Wharton).

With a helping solid that incorporates artists, forgers, and looters, monetary geniuses and scoundrels, museum officials (like its chairman Arthur Amory Houghton, head of Corning Glass, who as soon as ripped aside a beneficial and historic Islamic booklet which will promote it off piecemeal), trustees (like Jayne Wrightsman, the Hollywood get together lady grew to become society grand dame), curators (like the getting older Dietrich von Bothmer, a refugee from Nazi Germany with a Bronze celebrity for heroism whose maximum acquisitions grew to become out to be looted), and donors (like Irwin Untermyer, whose accumulating obsession drove his spouse and kids to suicide), and with cameo appearances via every person from Vogue editors Anna Wintour and Diana Vreeland to intercourse Pistols entrance guy Johnny Rotten, Rogues’ Gallery is a wealthy, pleasing, alternately hilarious and scary examine America’s top type, and what's probably its maximum creation.

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By Michael Gross

“Behind nearly each portray is a fortune and in the back of sin or a crime.”
With those phrases as a place to begin, Michael Gross, major chronicler of the yankee wealthy, starts off the 1st self sustaining, unauthorized examine the saga of the nation’s maximum museum, the Metropolitan Museum of paintings. during this ceaselessly enjoyable follow-up to his bestselling social background 740 Park, Gross pulls again the colors of secrecy that experience lengthy shrouded the higher class’s cultural and philanthropic goals and maneuvers. And he paints a revealing portrait of a formerly hidden face of yank wealth and power.

The Metropolitan, Gross writes, “is a big alchemical scan, turning the worst of man’s attributes—extravagance, lust, gluttony, acquisitiveness, envy, avarice, greed, egotism, and pride—into some of the best, transmuting lethal sins into useful treasure.” The e-book covers the total 138-year background of the Met, concentrating on the museum’s so much colourful characters. commencing with the lame-duck director Philippe de Montebello, the museum’s longest-serving chief who ultimately stepped down in 2008, Rogues’ Gallery then is going again to the very starting, highlighting, between many others: the 1st director, Luigi Palma di Cesnola, an Italian-born epic phony, whose legacy is a trove of plundered historic relics, a few of which stay on demonstrate this present day; John Pierpont Morgan, the best capitalist and artwork collector of his day, who became the museum from the plaything of a handful of wealthy amateurs right into a specialist operation committed, kind of, to the general public sturdy; John D. Rockefeller Jr., who by no means served the Met in any reputable capability yet who, in the course of the nice melancholy, proved the one guy prepared and wealthy sufficient to be its benefactor, which made him its behind-the-scenes puppeteer; the debatable Thomas Hoving, whose tenure as director throughout the sixties and seventies revolutionized museums around the globe yet left the Met in chaos; and Jane Engelhard and Annette de l. a. Renta, a mother-daughter trustee tag staff whose tales will astonish you (think Casablanca rewritten by way of Edith Wharton).

With a helping solid that incorporates artists, forgers, and looters, monetary geniuses and scoundrels, museum officials (like its chairman Arthur Amory Houghton, head of Corning Glass, who as soon as ripped aside a beneficial and historic Islamic booklet which will promote it off piecemeal), trustees (like Jayne Wrightsman, the Hollywood get together lady grew to become society grand dame), curators (like the getting older Dietrich von Bothmer, a refugee from Nazi Germany with a Bronze celebrity for heroism whose maximum acquisitions grew to become out to be looted), and donors (like Irwin Untermyer, whose accumulating obsession drove his spouse and kids to suicide), and with cameo appearances via every person from Vogue editors Anna Wintour and Diana Vreeland to intercourse Pistols entrance guy Johnny Rotten, Rogues’ Gallery is a wealthy, pleasing, alternately hilarious and scary examine America’s top type, and what's probably its maximum creation.

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Natural Monopoly and Its Regulation by Richard A. Posner

By Richard A. Posner

Average monopolies exist in these markets within which call for might be happy at lowest expense through the output of just one instead of a number of competing corporations. less than such stipulations, traditional knowledge means that executive legislation needs to alternative for pageant to self-discipline the habit of organizations.

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By Richard A. Posner

Average monopolies exist in these markets within which call for might be happy at lowest expense through the output of just one instead of a number of competing corporations. less than such stipulations, traditional knowledge means that executive legislation needs to alternative for pageant to self-discipline the habit of organizations.

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Post-Fordism: A Reader by Ash Amin

By Ash Amin

Half research of up to date switch and half imaginative and prescient of the long run, post-Fordism lends its identify to a suite of tough, crucial and debatable debates over the character of capitalism's latest age. This ebook offers an excellent creation to those debates and their far-reaching implications, and contains key texts through post-Fordism's significant theorists and commentators.

Content:
Chapter 1 Post?Fordism: types, Fantasies and Phantoms of Transition (pages 1–39): Ash Amin
Chapter 2 confusing Out the Post?Fordist Debate: know-how, Markets and associations (pages 43–70): Mark Elam
Chapter three The situation of Fordism and the size of a ‘Post?Fordist’ local and concrete constitution (pages 71–97): Josef Esser and Joachim Hirsch
Chapter four versatile Specialisation and the Re?Emergence of local Economies (pages 101–156): Charles F. Sabel
Chapter five a brand new Paradigm of labor association and know-how? (pages 157–194): John Tomaney
Chapter 6 The Transition to versatile Specialisation within the US movie undefined: exterior Economies, the department of Labour and the Crossing of commercial Divides (pages 195–226): Michael Storper
Chapter 7 Competing Structural and Institutional impacts at the Geography of construction in Europe (pages 227–248): Ash Amin and Anders Malmberg
Chapter eight Post?Fordism and the kingdom (pages 251–279): Bob Jessop
Chapter nine trying to find a brand new Institutional repair: The After?Fordist predicament and the Global?Local ailment (pages 280–315): Jamie Peck and Adam Tickell
Chapter 10 Post?Fordist urban Politics (pages 316–337): Margit Mayer
Chapter eleven Post?Fordism and Democracy (pages 338–357): Alain Lipietz
Chapter 12 versatile Accumulation via Urbanization: Reflections on ‘Post?Modernism’ within the American urban (pages 361–386): David Harvey
Chapter thirteen urban Cultures and Post?Modern existence (pages 387–408): Mike Featherstone
Chapter 14 The castle urban: Privatized areas, patron Citizenship (pages 409–427): Susan Christopherson

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By Ash Amin

Half research of up to date switch and half imaginative and prescient of the long run, post-Fordism lends its identify to a suite of tough, crucial and debatable debates over the character of capitalism's latest age. This ebook offers an excellent creation to those debates and their far-reaching implications, and contains key texts through post-Fordism's significant theorists and commentators. Content:
Chapter 1 Post?Fordism: types, Fantasies and Phantoms of Transition (pages 1–39): Ash Amin
Chapter 2 confusing Out the Post?Fordist Debate: know-how, Markets and associations (pages 43–70): Mark Elam
Chapter three The situation of Fordism and the size of a ‘Post?Fordist’ local and concrete constitution (pages 71–97): Josef Esser and Joachim Hirsch
Chapter four versatile Specialisation and the Re?Emergence of local Economies (pages 101–156): Charles F. Sabel
Chapter five a brand new Paradigm of labor association and know-how? (pages 157–194): John Tomaney
Chapter 6 The Transition to versatile Specialisation within the US movie undefined: exterior Economies, the department of Labour and the Crossing of commercial Divides (pages 195–226): Michael Storper
Chapter 7 Competing Structural and Institutional impacts at the Geography of construction in Europe (pages 227–248): Ash Amin and Anders Malmberg
Chapter eight Post?Fordism and the kingdom (pages 251–279): Bob Jessop
Chapter nine trying to find a brand new Institutional repair: The After?Fordist predicament and the Global?Local ailment (pages 280–315): Jamie Peck and Adam Tickell
Chapter 10 Post?Fordist urban Politics (pages 316–337): Margit Mayer
Chapter eleven Post?Fordism and Democracy (pages 338–357): Alain Lipietz
Chapter 12 versatile Accumulation via Urbanization: Reflections on ‘Post?Modernism’ within the American urban (pages 361–386): David Harvey
Chapter thirteen urban Cultures and Post?Modern existence (pages 387–408): Mike Featherstone
Chapter 14 The castle urban: Privatized areas, patron Citizenship (pages 409–427): Susan Christopherson

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