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Personnel Economics In Practice

Author : Edward P. Lazear
ISBN : 9781118206720
Genre : Business & Economics
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Personnel Economics in Practice, 3rd Edition by Edward Lazear and Michael Gibbs gives readers a rigorous framework for understanding organizational design and the management of employees. Economics has proven to be a powerful approach in the changing study of organizations and human resources by adding rigor and structure and clarifying many important issues. Not only will readers learn and apply ideas from microeconomics, they will also learn principles that will be valuable in their future careers.

The Abolition Of Species

Author : Dietmar Dath
ISBN : 0857420321
Genre : Fiction
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The world as we know it is over. Man's reign on earth has come to an end, and the reign of the animals has begun. The indifferently wise Cyrus Golden the Lion rules the three-city state that is now what remains of Europe. Yet, other forces stir while the king of beasts sleeps—the last struggling human resistance, the Atlanteans with their mysterious undersea plans; the factions of Badger, Fox and Lynx within the empire itself; and, in the jungles across the ocean, a ceramic form of postbiological life. Welcome to the setting of Dietmar Dath's futuristic novel, The Abolition of Species, presenting an imaginative and highly original take on the decline and rebirth of civilization. Cyrus the Lion sends the wolf Dmitri Stepanovich on a diplomatic mission, and in the course of his journey he discovers truths about natural history, war, and politics for which he was unprepared. The subsequent war that breaks out in The Abolition of Species will come to span three planets and thousands of years—encompassing treachery and massacres, music and mathematics, savagery and decadence, as well as the terraformation of Mars and Venus and the manipulation of time itself. By turns grandiose, horrific, erotic, scathing, and visionary, The Abolition of Species is a tale of love and war after the fall of man and an epic meditation on the theory of evolution unlike any other. One of Germany's most celebrated contemporary writers, Dath has distinguished himself through works that deftly combine popular culture—particularly music—with left-wing politics and the fantastic. The Abolition of Species embodies the best of what Dath is known for and will cement his reputation among English readers excited to discover one of the freshest voices in contemporary literature.

The Democracy Sourcebook

Author : Robert Alan Dahl
ISBN : 0262541475
Genre : Political Science
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A collection of classic and contemporary writings on democracy, suitable for use in a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate courses.

The Old Humanities And The New Science

Author : Sir William Osler
ISBN : UCAL:$B279145
Genre : Classical education
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The Execution Of Justice

Author : Friedrich Dürrenmatt
ISBN : 9781782274094
Genre : Fiction
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Brilliant neo-noir from one of the greatest post-war writers of German A man is murdered in plain sight. But could it be the perfect crime? A respected professor is dead – shot in a crowded Zurich restaurant, in front of dozens of witnesses. The murderer calmly turned himself in to the police. So why has he now hired a lawyer to clear his name? And why has he chosen the drink-soaked, disreputable Spät to defend him? As he investigates, Spät finds himself obsessed, drawn ever deeper into a case of baffling complexity until he reaches a deadly conclusion: justice can be restored only by a crime. This is a captivating neo-noir classic from the master of the genre. Friedrich Dürrenmatt (1921-1990) was a Swiss author and dramatist, most famous for his plays The Visit and The Physicists, which earned him a reputation as one of the greatest playwrights in the German language. He also wrote four highly regarded crime novels - The Pledge, The Judge and His Hangman, Suspicion and The Execution of Justice, all of which will be published by Pushkin Vertigo.

The Mind Of The Criminal

Author : Reid Griffith Fontaine
ISBN : 9780521513760
Genre : Law
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Discusses the excusing nature of traditional and non-traditional criminal law defenses and questions the structure of these based on scientific findings.

The Vacillations Of Poppy Carew

Author : Mary Wesley
ISBN : 9781480450608
Genre : Fiction
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A romantic, high-spirited romp through England and Africa by the bestselling author of The Camomile Lawn When her father dies and leaves her a fortune, Poppy Carew suddenly becomes much more popular. Would-be author Victor Lucas, who may have drowned his wife, and his cousin Fergus, of Furnival’s Fine Funerals, are just two of the men who passionately pursue her. There’s also besotted farm owner Willy Guthrie, not to mention Poppy’s ex-lover, Edmund Platt, who recently dumped her for a rich new girlfriend—before his ex became richer. Which man will Poppy choose? Will she go back to the treacherous Edmund, who is so determined to rekindle their affair that he abducts Poppy from her father’s wake? From England to Africa and back again, Mary Wesley sends Poppy Carew on an exhilarating journey of liberation and self-discovery.

The Murder Of Bob Crane

Author : Robert Graysmith
ISBN : 0517592096
Genre : Social Science
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Investigates the bizarre 1978 murder of the popular television star, the shocking orgies of his last days, and the 1992 arrest of John Carpenter. By the author of Zodiac. 30,000 first printing. $30,000 ad/promo. Tour.

The Lord Of The Rings

Author : Jude Fisher
ISBN : 0618258027
Genre : Fiction
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Explores the people, places, and ideas found in the motion picture adaptation of the second part of J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings."

The Renaissance At War Smithsonian History Of Warfare

Author : Thomas Arnold
ISBN : 0060891955
Genre : History
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The Renaissance at War Toward the end of the fifteenth century, modern artillery and portable firearms became the signature weapons of European armies, radically altering the nature of warfare. The new arms transformed society, too, as cities were built and rebuilt to limit the effects of bombardment by cannon. This book follows these far-reaching changes in comprehensive and fascinating detail and demonstrates how the innovations of the Renaissance paved the way to further changes in warfare. An in-depth technical look at the weaponry of the age and the tactical drills that honed the skills of Renaissance soldiers The epic wars abroad between Western Christians and the Muslim Turks Civil strife at home between despotic rulers and rebellious forces Kingly duels that play out on an international stage

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