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Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s Economics, Econometrics and Finance books span the entirety of these broad and complex fields, encompassing titles on the connections between economics and business, development, law, history, labor, and health. We also publish a range of introductory and methodological texts in these areas, ensuring that the collection is a vital reference point for economists, academics, and students alike.

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Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Development in Africa

This book explores several aspects of foreign direct investment (FDI) and their linkages to African economies. It will appeal to policy makers, development agency professionals and researchers, based as it is on stylized facts and rigorous analytical studies. The reader will find state-of-the-art analyses on FDI-related topics thro...

Mediation across the Globe

Every mediator recalls how difficult it was to break into the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and how gaining initial experience was near impossible. This eye-opening book provides insights into what success looks like in a mediation practice. The Annual World Mediation Summit brings some of the most forward-thinking ...

Methods of Using Geoinformation Technologies in Mining Engineers’ Training

Mining engineers or engineers of mining operations are today engaged in mining iron, nonferrous, rare metals, manganese and uranium ores, coal and other nonmetallic minerals. In the current environment, mining enterprises’ sustainability has become a priority and calls for conducting mining operations according to accepted emission...

Online Arbitration in Theory and in Practice

This book presents an overview of online arbitration and electronic contracting worldwide, examining their national and international contexts, and assessing their ongoing relevance. It offers solutions to the salient challenges facing both online arbitration and electronic contracting, dealing first–hand with online arbitration as...

Unconscionable Conduct in Commercial Transactions

This book looks at the historical use of allegations of unconscionable conduct within the context of independent trade finance instruments, such as letters of credit and demand guarantees. It makes a detailed survey of the law of unconscionable conduct, the complexities of the doctrine of independence, and the circumstances where t...

World Cities, City Worlds

When living and working in cities, we need to make sense of them in order to get by. We must delve below their surface to understand what makes them tick and how we can best engage with them. This book argues that three tropes can help us: namely, metaphors, icons and perspectives. Metaphorically, we can see the city as a community...

Emerging Challenges in Mergers and Acquisitions

Mergers and acquisitions have gained a significant position in the corporate landscape in India. While this is so, the law relating to this field is still at its nascent stage, facing several emerging challenges. This collection of papers, selected pursuant to the NLIU Trilegal Summit on Mergers and Acquisitions, 2018, highlights s...

E-merging for E-Government

In Turkey, the Information Society Strategy and Action Plans I (2006-2010) and II (2015-2018) prepared by the Ministry of Development pave the way for a knowledge-based and ICT-supported knowledge society. To increase awareness in the society, a series of conferences were organized between 2009 and 2012. This book complements the a...

Exhausted Globalisation

Today, the concept of globalisation seems exhausted. Protectionists are on the rise and the dynamic expansion of global trade has come to a halt. With regards to migration, Western politicians seem more inclined to rebuild fences than to open up borders, especially after the refugee influx into Europe. Comparing the current situati...

The Cultural Fabric of the Americas

This collection of essays includes papers presented at the 21st annual Eugene Scassa Mock OAS Conference, an inter-collegiate competition and prestigious academic conference focused on inter-American political systems and the politics, history, and culture of the Americas. The volume includes papers on US-Mexico and Mexico-Spain bu...

Modern Rome

After fifty years and fifteen editions and reprints in Italy, this classic, groundbreaking work in the field of historical urban studies is now published in English. A masterful, fluent narrative leads the reader through the last two centuries in the history of the Eternal City, capital of the Papal State, then of the united Italy,...

Allegation by Political Laundering

The Julian Assange case reminds us of the well-known Scandinavian narrative, Keiserens Nye klæder (The Emperor’s New Clothes). Once upon a time, two tailors weaved new clothes for an emperor. They claimed they used a magic fabric that apparently less talented people could not see. In reality, they wove nothing; they had no loom at ...
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