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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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Managing Technology for Business Value

This book will appeal primarily to postgraduate business studies students who seek to better understand how to use technology to improve organizational performance. It provides insights into how technology can both positively and negatively influence the way we create, share, and act upon information and knowledge. Taking as a star...
£81.99

Contested Tourism Commodities

This book discusses tourism niches as contested commodities that have grown and become part of the tourist setting in many destinations. Over time, they develop organically, and, in some cases, underground before they explode into the mainstream, and, more often than not, cause controversy. The text traces the roots of different to...
£64.99

Emerging Topics and Questions in Infocommunication Technologies

This collection of essays consists of selected papers presented at the 24th IEEE FRUCT conference. It highlights the most pressing research topics in infocommunication technologies, such as challenges in the development of next generation networks, the architectures and design of innovative knowledge-based systems, and innovations ...
£64.99

To Democratize or Not? Trials and Tribulations in the Postcolonial World

This volume, a product of the first Tricontinental Conference organized by Yeditepe University, İstanbul, brings together perspectives on democracy and development in Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. Representing local voices and insight, the contributors here respond to the dearth of comparative analysis on these three r...
£61.99

On Translating Arabic and English Media Texts

This book is a unique and must-read coursebook for undergraduate students studying media translation between English and Arabic. Adopting a practical approach, it introduces the reader to the linguistic and stylistic features of media texts in both English and Arabic, newspaper sections, structures and types of news stories. Packed...
£61.99

A Century of Italian American Economics

Through a historical analysis of the link between Italian American migration in the 20th century and the investigation of the minutes of the Board of Directors and the financial statements of the American Chamber of Commerce in Italy, this book provides a privileged observation point for the study of the economic relations between ...
£58.99

A New Approach to Journalism

This ground-breaking textbook finally provides a new approach to journalism. With the Internet and the collapse of traditional journalism created in a pre-social media era, this book presents an alternative through both an empirical and experimental approach. This exciting new model allows a bold new method of connecting with the w...
£64.99

Changing Societies

Putting movement at the center of our political and practical perspectives is to consider several issues related to the movement itself, including questions about the concept of “pure” culture. The migrant—s/he who moves—is seen as an “intruder” and a threat to cultural norms, but other frightening social mutations such as environm...
£61.99

Coast Guards and International Maritime Law Enforcement

This book explores various aspects of the roles and responsibilities of coast guards, which are increasingly becoming significant today, and sheds light on their authority and limitations in the course of maritime law enforcement. It is unique in its unraveling of all facets of coast guards, focusing on their law enforcement author...
£61.99

Ending the War Between Humanity and Nature

This book offers plausible explanations for people’s puzzling unwillingness to address the human-nature interactions that have led us to the precipice that is climate change today. Humanity and nature are at war; the evidence is all around us: catastrophic weather events, rising sea levels, extinction of species, famine, wildfires,...
£64.99
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