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Mann On The Legal Aspect Of Money

Author : Charles Proctor
ISBN : 0199609179
Genre : Law
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This classic text is the only comprehensive review of the public/private law of money both in a domestic and an international context. The seventh edition deals with monetary law issues arising from the financial crisis and places particular emphasis on factors that affect the legal certainty and enforceability of monetary obligations.

The Legal Aspect Of Money

Author : Frederick Alexander Mann
ISBN : 0198256507
Genre : Law
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This revised and updated new edition of the foremost authority on the law of money throughout the world includes discussion of recent changes in international (and especially European) law.

The Law And Practice Of International Banking

Author : Charles Proctor
ISBN : 0199685584
Genre : Law
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The second edition of this major reference work on banking law continues to provide authoritative analysis of current practice and the law that applies to it. Known for its broad coverage including topics such as syndicated loans, security structures, derivative products and mis-selling claims, the book tackles areas which have particular relevance to current practice. Amongst these are cross-border matters such as world-wide freezing injunctions, foreign disclosure orders, the bankers' duty of confidentiality and the impact of sanctions on banking transactions. In particular, the book provides detailed examination of various matters arising out of the Lehman collapse and the failure of the Icelandic banking system. The second edition reviews a significant accumulation of case law in these areas. Reflecting the continued growth of the Islamic finance market, there is also a detailed section on this highly specialized but increasingly important area. The new edition provides detailed consideration of the new UK and EU regulatory regimes, analyzing the respective responsibilities of the PRA and the FCA, and the establishment of new banking authorities in the EU. A separate chapter examines the new capital adequacy and liquidity regimes that will apply to banks in the wake of Basel III. It also reflects on the impact of the crisis following on from the initial assessments made in the first edition. The book examines extensively the new regimes for "ring-fencing" of retail banking business and for the resolution of failing banks, introduced at both the UK and EU levels. The text also includes a new chapter examining the challenges that the banking system would face in the event that a Member State elected to withdraw from the Eurozone - a fate which appeared to hang over Greece during the crisis and which could recur if the single currency zone faces renewed strains. Written by the editor of the leading work on monetary law, Mann on the Legal Aspect of Money, 7e, this is the most comprehensive assessment of current banking practice and the law that applies to it. It is a work of great scholarship set in practical context and benefits from the consistency and rigorousness of approach that a single author can provide.

Republic Of Debtors

Author : Bruce H Mann
ISBN : 0674009029
Genre : Business & Economics
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Debt was an inescapable fact of life in early America. At the beginning of the eighteenth century, its sinfulness was preached by ministers and the right to imprison debtors was unquestioned. By 1800, imprisonment for debt was under attack and insolvency was no longer seen as a moral failure, merely an economic setback. In Republic of Debtors, authorBruce H. Mann illuminates this crucial transformation in early American society.

Further Studies In International Law

Author : Fritz Alexander Mann
ISBN : UOM:39015017750228
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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F.A. Mann is considered to be one of the finest British lawyers of the twentieth century, esteemed as an international jurist and as a practising solicitor. He combined a thriving and prestigious practice with a prolific output of writing and teaching, with much of his work centering on theinter-relationship of international and national law. This collection, first published in 1990, brings together seventeen of his essays and continues where the author's previous volume, Studies in International Law (OUP), left off in 1963. Topics covered include investment, arbitration,jurisdiction, and recognition of States.

International Business Law And Its Environment

Author : Richard Schaffer
ISBN : 9781337645645
Genre : Business & Economics
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Today, no business is purely domestic. Even the smallest local firms are affected by global competition and world events. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW AND ITS ENVIRONMENT, 10E provides complete, inviting coverage of the legal implications and ramifications of doing business internationally. Readers examine the cultural, political, economic, and ethical issues that today’s global business managers face. With a focus on trade, the licensing of intellectual property, and foreign direct investment, this edition examines the three major forms of doing business in a foreign country. Real examples, precedent-setting cases, managerial implications, and ethical considerations further emphasize key principles. From the legal relationship between parties in an international business transaction to managing risk to the special challenges of conducting business in emerging economies, readers review the most common practices and critical issues in global business law. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

The Aspirin Wars

Author : Charles C. Mann
ISBN : STANFORD:36105041183950
Genre : Business & Economics
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Traces the story of aspirin, a wonder drug that has survived virtually unchanged over the course of a century of competition, hucksterism, and corporate skulduggery

Money Matters In Church

Author : Aubrey Malphurs
ISBN : 1441200371
Genre : Religion
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Money Matters in Church helps leaders to discover a one-stop, comprehensive model for managing finances and fundraising. It guides leaders of any size church or ministry to create a culture of giving that supports savvy, faithful, and legal financing. The authors present a biblical theology of stewardship that supports ways to develop donors and maximize contributions, enact a strategic budget and effective audit process, project income and expenses, work with banks, compensate staff, and address debt. The book's practical step-by-step approach makes finance issues understandable for leaders without a business background.

Party Lines

Author : Thomas E. Mann
ISBN : 0815797923
Genre : Political Science
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The legitimacy of the American electoral system depends on sustaining reasonable levels of fairness, accountability, responsiveness, and common sense. Recent Congressional elections fly in the face of those requirements, however, with a startling lack of competition, growing ideological polarization, and a fierce struggle between the parties to manipulate the electoral rules of the game. Party Lines addresses these problems head on in an authoritative and timely analysis of redistricting in the United States. The practice of state legislatures redrawing district lines after the decennial census has long been a controversial aspect of our governing system. Recent developments have added new urgency to earlier debates. The sorry spectacle of mid-decade partisan gerrymandering in Texas renewed public attention to the potential problems of redistricting, reinforcing the view that it is unfairly dominated by self-serving elected officials and parties. The perfunctory character of Congressional elections is another growing problem—in 2002, only four House incumbents were defeated in the general election, the lowest in American history. Despite a hotly contested presidential contest in 2004, that number increased by only three. In Pa rty Lines, eminent political analysts explain the legal and political history of redistricting since the one person–one vote revolution in the 1960s and place it in the larger context of American politics. The authors document the impact of redistricting on competition, polarization, and partisan fairness, and they assess the role technology played in the redistricting process. The final chapter analyzes options for reform, including most importantly the use of independent redistricting commissions as an alternative to the normal state legislative process. Redistricting reform is no panacea but it is a start toward ensuring that American voters still have the largest say in who will represent them. Contributors include Micah Altman (Harvard Universtity), Bruce Cain and Karin MacDonald (University of California, Berkeley),Cherie Maestas (Texas Tech), Sandy Maisel (Colby College), Thomas Mann (Brookings), Michael McDonald (George Mason University), Nathaniel Persily (University of Pennsylvania ), and Walter Stone (University of California, Davis).

Capitalism Without Capital

Author : Jonathan Haskel
ISBN : 9781400888320
Genre : Business & Economics
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The first comprehensive account of the growing dominance of the intangible economy Early in the twenty-first century, a quiet revolution occurred. For the first time, the major developed economies began to invest more in intangible assets, like design, branding, R&D, and software, than in tangible assets, like machinery, buildings, and computers. For all sorts of businesses, from tech firms and pharma companies to coffee shops and gyms, the ability to deploy assets that one can neither see nor touch is increasingly the main source of long-term success. But this is not just a familiar story of the so-called new economy. Capitalism without Capital shows that the growing importance of intangible assets has also played a role in some of the big economic changes of the last decade. The rise of intangible investment is, Jonathan Haskel and Stian Westlake argue, an underappreciated cause of phenomena from economic inequality to stagnating productivity. Haskel and Westlake bring together a decade of research on how to measure intangible investment and its impact on national accounts, showing the amount different countries invest in intangibles, how this has changed over time, and the latest thinking on how to assess this. They explore the unusual economic characteristics of intangible investment, and discuss how these features make an intangible-rich economy fundamentally different from one based on tangibles. Capitalism without Capital concludes by presenting three possible scenarios for what the future of an intangible world might be like, and by outlining how managers, investors, and policymakers can exploit the characteristics of an intangible age to grow their businesses, portfolios, and economies.

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