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Cueste Lo Que Cueste

Author : Claro, Sebastián
ISBN : 9789561413498
Genre : Business & Economics
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Si el experimento monetario europeo reviste gran importancia como caso de análisis para la comunidad de economistas, el experimento político es de interés para un universo mucho mayor. El euro, como moneda única, es la culminación de un largo proceso de integración gradual y su fracaso sería visto por muchos como el fracaso de una generación de políticos europeos, pero también como el derrumbe de un sueño. Las implicancias de este fracaso son impredecibles y aterradoras, por lo que el problema europeo se ha convertido en un gran experimento sin precedentes de colaboración y competencia mutua. Las autoridades europeas, conscientes del reto, han redoblado los esfuerzos en declarar la indestructibilidad del proyecto. Este libro recorre el proceso de integración europeo desde sus primeras semillas en el Plan Marshall a fines de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Desde entonces, los intentos por acrecentar la integración económica y política se han topado con dificultades tanto derivadas de crisis externas como de incoherencias en el manejo económico interno de los países. El futuro del euro depende de la capacidad de los países de llevar a cabo profundas reformas a la institucionalidad que validen la moneda única. Hacerlo requiere no solamente ingeniar un difícil acuerdo entre líderes políticos, sino también conseguir el apoyo de un pueblo que se muestra cada vez más cansado con los costos del proyecto.
Category: Business & Economics

Subprime Cities

Author : Manuel Aalbers
ISBN : 9781444337761
Genre : Business & Economics
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"Subprime Cities: The Political Economy of Mortgage Markets presents a collection of works from social scientists that offer important insights into what is happening in today's mortgage market including the causes, effects, and aftermath of the 'subprime' mortgage crisis"--
Category: Business & Economics

Around The World In Eighty Days

Author : Jules Verne
ISBN : HARVARD:HN5BF5
Genre : Adventure stories
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One of the most popular novels in Jules Verne's Voyages Extraordinaires series, this book tracks the adventures of affluent Englishman Phileas Fogg, who attempts to swiftly span the globe with his hapless French valet, Passepartout. A case of mistaken identity leads a determined sleuth named Fix to purse Fogg on his trek, which consists primarily of boat and train travel. Published in 1873, the story depicts Fogg and Passepartout at odds with their unfamiliar surroundings while taking in various international wonders.
Category: Adventure stories

Decentralized Development In Latin America

Author : Paul Lindert
ISBN : 9789048137398
Genre : Social Science
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Much of the scholarly and professional literature on development focuses either on the ‘macro’ level of national policies and politics or on the ‘micro’ level of devel- ment projects and household or community socio-economic dynamics. By contrast, this collection pitches itself at the ‘meso’ level with a comparative exploration of the ways in which local institutions – municipalities, local governments, city authorities, civil society networks and others – have demanded, and taken on, a greater role in planning and managing development in the Latin American region. The book’s rich empirical studies reveal that local institutions have engaged upwards, with central authorities, to shape their policy and resource environments and in turn, been pressured from ‘below’ by local actors contesting the ways in which the structures and processes of local governance are framed. The examples covered in this volume range from global cities, such as Mexico and Santiago, to remote rural areas of the Bolivian and Brazilian Amazon. As a result the book provides a deep understanding of the diversity and complexity of local governance and local development in Latin America, while avoiding the stereotyped claims about the impact of globalisation or the potential benefits of decentralisation, as frequently stated in less empirically grounded analysis.
Category: Social Science

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea

Author : Jules Verne
ISBN : UVA:X000842582
Genre : Adventure stories, American
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An adaptation of the nineteenth-century science fiction tale of an electric submarine, its eccentric captain, and the undersea world, which anticipated many of the scientific achievements of the twentieth century.
Category: Adventure stories, American

The Changing Geography Of Banking And Finance

Author : Pietro Alessandrini
ISBN : 0387980784
Genre : Business & Economics
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The editors and contributors tackle a timely subject, and present rigorous research and analysis to demonstrate counter-intuitive results. In so doing, they reinforce the connections between organization and policy in the banking industry and its impact on entrepreneurship, through lending and credit to small and medium-sized businesses. The editors present a carefully organized manuscript that presents both literature reviews and the results of original empirical research that will be of interest to academics and professionals in finance, economics, and policy. The authorship and coverage are global. One of the authors, Michele Fratiani, has close ties to Springer, by virtue of his being a founding editor of Open Economies Review and co-editor of the book series, European and Transatlantic Studies.
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Spaces Of Neoliberalism

Author : Neil Brenner
ISBN : 1405101059
Genre : Social Science
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This is the first volume to analyse systematically the role of neoliberalism in contemporary processes of urban restructuring. Includes contributions from leading scholars in the fields of critical urban studies, radical geography and state theory. Analyses the role of neoliberalism in contemporary processes of urban restructuring. Synthesises a variety of new theoretical approaches to key issues in contemporary urban studies. Incorporates new case study material of ongoing urban transformations in the USA, Canada, the UK and other Western European countries.
Category: Social Science

One Piece Vol 4

Author : Eiichiro Oda
ISBN : 9781421546070
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Captain Kuro of the Black Cat Pirates was the most feared evil genius on the high seas...until he vanished. Most people believe he's dead, but only his crew knows the truth: Captain Kuro has been lying low in a small seaside village, posing as a mild-mannered butler until the time for pillage is just right. Now that time has come, and the ruthless Black Cat Pirates are about to attack... Unless, of course, Monkey D.Luffy can stop them! All Luffy has on his side are his sword-wielding first mate, Zolo; his thieving navigator, Nami; Usopp, a local kid with a knack for telling lies; and his own bizarre rubber-limbed powers. If these four amateur pirates want to stop the entire Black Cat crew, they'll have to come up with a pretty slick plan... -- VIZ Media
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

In Search Of London

Author : H.v. Morton
ISBN : 0786749849
Genre : Travel
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H. V. Morton turns his traveler's intuition and his reporter's eye for detail to the city that has fascinated him since childhood—London past, present, and timeless. He explores the City and the Temple, Covent Garden, SoHo, and all the "submerged villages beneath the flood of bricks and mortar," uncovering layer upon layer of London's history. Morton follows the thread of imagination back and forth across the city, tracing unforgettable scenes: the Emperor Claudius leading his war elephants across the Thames. . .the grisly executions at the Tower. . .the world of Shakespeare, Dickens, and Queen Victoria. . .and the shattered yet defiant city of the Blitz as well as the postwar London of "ruins and hatless crowds." Morton's quest for London’s heart reveals how its daily life is rooted in a past that is closer and more familiar than we might think, making the book as informative, entertaining, and rich in human color today as when it was written fifty years ago.
Category: Travel