International finance is a branch of financial economics that deals with
the monetary interactions that occur between two or more countries.
International Finance is concerned with topics that include foreign direct
investment and currency exchange rates. International finance is different
from domestic finance in many aspects...
The IoT is a name for the vast collection of “things” that are being
networked together in the home and workplace (up to 20 billion by 2022
according to Gardner, a technology consulting firm). That is a very vast
collection. And they may be underestimating it.
This workbook presents the answers to the exercises in Macroeconomic Theory, Fluctuations, Inflation and Growth in Closed and Open Economies by Fernando de Holanda Barbosa (2018). Altogether, there are 172 exercises in eleven chapters and three appendices.
This book describes how statistical methods can be effectively applied in the work of an engineer in terms that can be readily understood. Application of these methods enables the effort involved in experiments to be reduced, the results of these experiments to be fully evaluated, and statistically sound statements to be made as a result....
The Non-Timing Trading System is a conservative process for investing
in the stock market. This book is perfect for the investors that are
dissatisfied with low interest rates and want high returns on their
investment without high risk. The book will teach you a low-risk
strategy that will give you consistent average yearly...
Democracy has long been considered an ideal state of governance.
What if it’s not? Perhaps it is not the end goal but, rather, the
transition stage to something better. We have lent our cheer and
support and sacrificed lives for revolutions meant to place democracy
where it does not exist. But change is gradual. Revolutions...
Nationalism is on the rise across the Western world, serving as a rallying cry for voters angry at the unacknowledged failures of globalization that has dominated politics and economics since the end of the Cold War. In After Nationalism, Samuel Goldman trains a sympathetic but skeptical eye on the trend, highlighting the deep...
This book explores the seminal roles played by a hagiographer in the
making of a charismatic religious movement: the post-sectarian, cosmo-
politan community of the Indian guru Sathya Sai Baba (1926–2011),
the center of which is the ashram of Prasanthi Nilayam in Puttaparthi,
in the Anantapur district of the southern state...