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Economics, Econometrics and Finance

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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Seismic Isolation Strategies for Earthquake-Resistant Construction

Earthquakes are catastrophic events that cause huge economic losses due to the vulnerability of the existing building stock. However, collapses of vulnerable buildings can be avoided if preventative measures, such as enhancement of their earthquake resistance, are implemented on time. This book will allow the reader to become acqua...
£64.99

The Changing Landscape of Global Businesses

The way we conduct cross-border businesses has changed fundamentally. Once, it was the privilege of a few business houses with specialized knowledge of international trade regulations and procedures. Now, almost anyone with an internet connection can launch a business with global reach in no time. Also, there has been a huge flux i...
£61.99

Trade and Labour Standards

Mega-regional agreements have recently stirred controversy, producing a clash between the founding principles of liberalisation and protectionism, giving rise to competence issues between the European Union and its Member States. Although scholarly work has focused for years on the controversial “social clause”, it is now worth car...
£61.99

Economic Strategies in Times of Crises

This book is the result of the selection and processing of the ideas underlying historical events. All conflicts are carefully prepared and nobody goes to battle without a well-defined strategy. So-called spontaneous events are planned years before, and nothing is left to chance. Everything is amplified according to a logic which i...
£61.99

Health Economics in Dentistry, Second Edition

This book serves as an introduction to the economics of dentistry. It provides an introduction to the basic laws of economics, along with their application in the oral health care sector.It presents dental professionals and students with the elements of economic theory and thinking as applied to their own field, and will be of valu...
£58.99

Why the Conventional Wisdom about the 2008 Financial Crisis is Still Wrong

Much of what has been heard, read, or taught about the 2008 financial crisis is incorrect. It was not caused by free market capitalism run amok. The crisis was not created by deregulatory zeal. It wasn’t primarily due to greed on Wall Street. The crisis was not simply created by people’s “irrational exuberance” or “animal spirits.”...
£58.99

The Mature Corporation

This volume represents the first textbook of the Maturity Institute, a new, not-for-profit, multi-disciplinary professional development institution established in 2012 to address the developmental needs of corporations. It explains the institution’s brief history, philosophy, goals, principles, strategic framework and measurement o...
£68.99

A Brief Economic History of the Amazon (1720-1970)

This book covers 250 years of Amazonian economic history in three chapters focusing on fundamental periods. The first section provides a unique discussion of the dynamics of the colonial Amazonian economy (1720-1822), the role of the religious orders and trade companies, and the formation of a caboclo-peasantry. This is followed by...
£68.99

Swindlers All, a Brief History of Government Business Frauds from Alexander Hamilton to AIG

In the wake of the Great Recession of 2007-2008, millions of hardworking Americans lost their jobs and their homes, their retirements, and their income. However, the corporations that caused the Great Recession lost nothing and were, in fact, given trillions of dollars by the government in an unprecedented financial bailout. While ...
£64.99

The Age of Unproductive Capital

This book offers a very direct and readable analysis of the main challenges facing our societies today, such as reducing inequality, protecting the planet, and in particular mobilizing our financial resources which linger in tax havens and feed speculation, instead of funding the sustainable development we need. It precisely consid...
£61.99

Law, Policy and Monetization in Intellectual Property

This book examines numerous skills of monetization on intellectual property rights for various industries, such as media and communication, display, transgenic technology, smart vehicle, virtual reality, on-line payment, robot and industry 4.0. These analyses are complimented by in-depth cases studies and demonstrations of how comp...
£105.99

The Disclosure and Assurance of Corporate Social Responsibility

The essays collected here specifically examine the new trends of sustainability performance and reporting. They provide theoretical argumentation and evidence about sustainability performance, and determinants of its voluntary disclosure and external assurance. The book will interest companies, managers, shareholders, stakeholders ...
£61.99
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