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Time RebornSmolin, Lee

Time Reborn

Like most popularisers of science, Lee Smolin reacts to this challenge by just leaving out the maths. "There are no equations," he says in the preface, "and everything you need to know to follow my arguments is explained." But, as Smolin must surely know, without the equations it is impossible to convey everything one needs to know to follow his arguments.  Leer ms

The Economic Impact of Interchange Fee Regulation in the UKSheri Markose University of Essex

The Economic Impact of Interchange Fee Regulation in the UK

This report was produced in conjunction with Professor Sheri Markose of the University of Essex. The study assesses the impacts of introducing interchange fee (IF) regulation charged by card issuers to acquirers in the UK. Leer ms

Beside the Seaside Petrie, Ruth

Beside the Seaside

Beside the Seaside chronicles the British love of the beach.This book is more than a holiday destination. Whether its the fossils to be found on the Dinosaur coast, the lighthouses that saw some of Michael Faradays earliest experiments with electricity, or the Martello towers that were built to defend the empire, the British seaside gives vital clues to the history of the island nation. Leer ms

The Trouble with Billionaires: How the Super-Rich Hijacked the World Linda McQuaig and Neil Brooks

The Trouble with Billionaires: How the Super-Rich Hijacked the World

Linda McQuaig and Neil Brooks focus their ire on income levels and tax. Between 1980 and 2008, during the time of supposed plenty, the income of the bottom 90% of Americans grew by a measly 1%. The income of the top 0.01% grew by 403%. Their polemic is assiduously researched and a fast-paced read. They leaven graphs and data with amusing quotes from a rogues gallery of the rich.  Leer ms

How Much is Enough? Robert and Edward Skidelsky

How Much is Enough?

Argues that wealth is not an end in itself but a means to the achievement and maintenance of a good life, and that our economy should be organised to reflect this fact. The book includes a definition of the good life, discusses the relevance of Happiness Studies and the environmental impact of our ever-growing need to consume.  Leer ms

Money: The Unauthorised BiographyMartin, Felix

Money: The Unauthorised Biography

Money: the Unauthorised Biography unfolds a panoramic secret history and explains the truth about money: what it is, where it comes from, and how it works. According to Martin, everything changed in the late 17th century, thanks to one man: John Locke, who may have been a brilliant philosopher but was a prize idiot in economic theory.  Leer ms

Fractured Times: Culture and Society in the Twentieth CenturyHobsbawm, Eric

Fractured Times: Culture and Society in the Twentieth Century

This is a book of reflections, thoughts and comments about what happened to culture and society, especially after 1914, a society and a time that was never to return. These lectures document the tectonic shifts that occurred in the cultural fabric of society. The devastating impact that the two world wars had on society was fundamental. Hobsbawms basic premise is that the art and cultural fabric of a society are inextricably linked to politics.  Leer ms

Picasso and Truth: From Cubism to GuernicaT.J, Clark

Picasso and Truth: From Cubism to Guernica

Was Picasso the artist of the twentieth century? In Picasso and Truth, T. J. Clark uses his inimitable skills as art historian and writer to answer this question and reshape our understanding of Picassos achievement. Supported by more than 200 images, Clarks new approach to the central figure of modern art focuses on Picasso after the First World War. Leer ms

The Anatomy of ViolenceRaine, Adrian

The Anatomy of Violence

For more than three decades Adrian Raine has been researching the biological roots of violence and establishing neurocriminology, a new field that applies neuroscience techniques to investigate the causes and cures of crime. In The Anatomy of Violence, Raine dissects the criminal mind with a fascinating, readable, and far-reaching scientific journey into the body of evidence that reveals the the brain to be a key culprit in crime causation.  Leer ms

Why Everyone Owes Everyone and No One Can PayI.O.U

Why Everyone Owes Everyone and No One Can Pay

The reasons for the sudden collapse of our economy still remain obscure. I.O.U. is the story of how we came to experience such a complete financial disaster, starting with the magical proliferation of credit that led to an explosion of lending on the global and local landscapes of banking and finance. Leer ms

The Alchemists: Three Central Bankers and a World on FireIrwin, Neil

The Alchemists: Three Central Bankers and a World on Fire

When the first fissures became visible to the naked eye in August 2007, suddenly the most powerful men in the world were three men who were never elected to public office. They were the leaders of the worlds three most important central banks: Ben Bernanke of the U.S. Federal Reserve, Mervyn King of the Bank of England, and Jean-Claude Trichet of the European Central Bank. Over the next five years, they and their fellow central bankers deployed trillions of dollars, pounds and euros to contain. Leer ms

A Sociology of GlobalizationSaskia Sassen

A Sociology of Globalization

A Sociology of Globalization introduces readers to new forms and conditions such as global cities, transnational communities and commodity chains that are increasingly common. Sassens expanded approach to globalization offers new interpretive and analytic tools to understand the complex ideas of global interdependence.  Leer ms

Self-regulation: an option for the protection of"digital natives"Maria Teresa Bendito Caizares

Self-regulation: an option for the protection of"digital natives"

A new ecosystem opens for the European citizen with the use of New Technologies and the profusion of codes of conduct. Both factors should keep a balance if it is intended that individuals live in such a space safely. However, does the current juridical and technological level of protection suffice to face the vulnerability of minors privacy, even if they are "digital natives"? This is the question that underlies this work; its title reveals the answer. Leer ms

Creative Thinking For DummiesCox, David

Creative Thinking For Dummies

Creative Thinking For Dummies is a practical, hands-on guide packed with techniques and examples of different ways to think creatively. 378 pages. 19.30 Leer ms

Why Good People Cant Get Jobs Cappelli, Peter

Why Good People Cant Get Jobs

Cappelli debunks the oft-repeated argument from employers that applicants dont have the skills needed for todays jobs. Leer ms

 What Matters in College?Students developments

What Matters in College?

What Matters in College: Four Critical Years Revisited by Alexander W. Astin. A book the Journal of Higher Education called the most cited work in higher education literature.  Leer ms

Global Employment Trends for Youth 2013 A generation at risk

Global Employment Trends for Youth 2013

The new study examines the continuing job crisis affecting young people in many parts of the world. It provides updated statistics on global and regional youth unemployment rates and presents ILO policy recommendations to curb the current trends. Leer ms

 Student Activism and Civil Rights in MississippiCivil Rights History

Student Activism and Civil Rights in Mississippi

In Student Activism and Civil Rights in Mississippi, James P. Marshall, a former civil rights activist, tells the complete story of the quest for racial equality in Mississippi. Leer ms

Multilingual Higher Education Pedagogy

Multilingual Higher Education

The book extends strategies and techniques from bilingual education at school level to multilingual higher education Leer ms

Getting Started in OptionsThomsett, Michael

Getting Started in Options

A revised new edition of the easy-to-read, illustrated guide to the complex world of options investing Investing in options is potentially very lucrative, but many shy away from it because of its complexity and the perception of high risk. In non-technical terms, this helpfully illustrated guide demystifies the options markets, distinguishes the imagined risks from the real ones, and arms investors with the facts they need to make informed, profitable decisions. Leer ms

Films in Health Sciences Education: Learning through moving imagesM.Teresa Icart & Kieran Donaghy

Films in Health Sciences Education: Learning through moving images

Films in Health Sciences Education combines the study of medical themes and film analysis. Subjects related to health care of interest to doctors, nurses, pharmacists and psychologists among others, are presented alongside an analysis of film language. Leer ms

Global university rankings and their impact IIEuropean University Association

Global university rankings and their impact II

A new report entitled "Global university rankings and their impact II" was published by EUA and launched in a special session during the EUA Annual Conference on April. Leer ms

Industrial Relations in Europe EU report

Industrial Relations in Europe

The report shows that recent government reforms have not always been accompanied by fully effective social dialogue, leading to increasingly conflictual industrial relations in Europe. Leer ms

The art and science of delivering social changeVoice on society

The art and science of delivering social change

The art and science of delivering improvements in health care, education, food security, financial services, and other arenas to the people that need them mostat scale, effectively, efficiently, and sustainably. Leer ms

Una coolhunter en Nueva York Gema Requena

Una coolhunter en Nueva York

"Una coolhunter en Nueva York" is aimed at all those interested in "trendwatching" or "trend forecasting" before anyone else, in the fields of architecture, interior design, fashion, culture, business, brands and businesses ... also, find your own source of creativity, because the future of the First World is in innovation and in creating trends. Leer ms
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We can all be leaders
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Mar Souto Romero
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Carlos Trias
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Ral Muriel Carrasco
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1 The Virtual World We Inhabit
2 Squid pigments could be used in food and health for their antioxidant and antimicrobial properties
3 China, Germany, Japan, Korea and the United States dominate global innovation - WIPO report 2019
4 Graphene activates immune cells helping bone regeneration in mice
5 Health in the EU: shift to prevention and primary care is the most important trend across countries
6 "Tthe study of human behaviour was political from the beginning"
7 Scientists find a place on Earth where there is no life
8 New methodology developed to monitor patients with glioblastoma
9 Education 4.0: Beware the dark side of university restructuring
10 The embryonic origin of the Cyclops eye
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