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The Economics Of Welfare

Author : Arthur Pigou
ISBN : 9781351304344
Genre : Political Science
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The Economics of Welfare occupies a privileged position in economics. It contributed to the professionalization of economics, a goal aggressively and effectively pursued by Pigou's predecessor and teacher Alfred Marshall. The Economics of Welfare also may be credited with establishing welfare economics, by systematically analyzing market departures and their potential remedies. In writing The Economics of Welfare, Pigou built a bridge between the old and the new economics at Cambridge and in Britain. Much of the book remains relevant for contemporary economics. The list of his analyses that continues to play an important role in economics is impressive. Some of the more important include: public goods and externalities, welfare criteria, index number problems, price discrimination, the theory of the firm, the structure of relief programs for the poor, and public finance. Pigou's discussion of the institutional structure governing labor-market operations in his Wealth and Welfare prompted Schumpeter to call the work "the greatest venture in labor economics ever undertaken by a man who was primarily a theorist." The Economics of Welfare established welfare economics as a field of study. The first part analyzes the relationship between the national dividend and economic and total welfare. Parts II and III link the size of the dividend to the allocation of resources in the economy and the institutional structure governing labor-market operations. Part IV explores the relationship between the national dividend and its distribution. In her new introduction, Nahid Aslanbeigui discusses the life of Pigou and the history of The Economics of Welfare. She also discusses Pigou's theories as expressed in this volume and some of the criticisms those theories have met as well as the impact of those criticisms. The Economics of Welfare is a classic that repays careful study.
Category: Political Science

Running Things

Author : Philip B. Crosby
ISBN : 0451626893
Genre : Business & Economics
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Gives practical advice on motivating employees, improving communications skills, reducing paperwork, setting a good example, and developing leadership qualities
Category: Business & Economics

Human Resource Management

Author : R. Wayne Mondy
ISBN : 0273787004
Genre : Personnel management
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For undergraduate courses in Human Resources Management. This Global Edition has been edited to include enhancements making it more relevant to students outside the United States The most student accessible HRM text on the market There is no greater asset to a company than its employees-which is why Human Resource Management shows readers how to maximize a firm's potential through identifying and keeping an ideal workforce.
Category: Personnel management

Pillars Of Prosperity

Author : Timothy Besley
ISBN : 9780691152684
Genre : Business & Economics
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"Little else is required to carry a state to the highest degree of opulence from the lowest barbarism, but peace, easy taxes, and a tolerable administration of justice; all the rest being brought about by the natural course of things." So wrote Adam Smith a quarter of a millennium ago. Using the tools of modern political economics and combining economic theory with a bird's-eye view of the data, this book reinterprets Smith's pillars of prosperity to explain the existence of development clusters--places that tend to combine effective state institutions, the absence of political violence, and high per-capita incomes. To achieve peace, the authors stress the avoidance of repressive government and civil conflict. Easy taxes, they argue, refers not to low taxes, but a tax system with widespread compliance that collects taxes at a reasonable cost from a broad base, like income. And a tolerable administration of justice is about legal infrastructure that can support the enforcement of contracts and property rights in line with the rule of law. The authors show that countries tend to enjoy all three pillars of prosperity when they have evolved cohesive political institutions that promote common interests, guaranteeing the provision of public goods. In line with much historical research, international conflict has also been an important force behind effective states by fostering common interests. The absence of common interests and/or cohesive political institutions can explain the existence of very different development clusters in fragile states that are plagued by poverty, violence, and weak state capacity.
Category: Business & Economics

Broadband In Latin America

Author : Valeria Jordán
ISBN : 9211218365
Genre : Political Science
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The policy analyses and proposals presented in this book focus on national programmes to foster universal broadband access and the debate on Internet neutrality. The study of the current trends highlights the progress of cloud computing and the new developments induced by the entrance of over-the-top operators in the Latin American and Caribbean region. This book underscores the need to expand regional and national Internet traffic exchange points (IXPs) and the relevance of the increasing demand gap, which poses new challenges beyond those related to access and connectivity.
Category: Political Science

The Fourth Revolution

Author : John Micklethwait
ISBN : 9780143127604
Genre : Business & Economics
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Presents the argument that our current crisis in government is nothing less than the fourth radical transition in the history of the nation-state. The race to get government right is not just a race of efficiency. It is a race to see which political values will triumph in the twenty-first century--the liberal values of democracy and liberty or the authoritarian values of command and control.
Category: Business & Economics

Redistributing Care

Author : United Nations
ISBN : 9212210627
Genre : Political Science
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This publication offers a representative sample of the thinking developed over recent years in relation to time use, time-use measurement and related policies in Latin America. The issue of care and its importance and meaning have become part of the gender agenda in the region, especially since the tenth session of the Region Conference on Women in Latin America and the Caribbean, held in Quito in 2007.
Category: Political Science

Earth In The Balance

Author : Albert Gore
ISBN : 0618056645
Genre : Nature
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A new edition of the vice president's groundbreaking environmental treatise argues that the engine of human progress now threatens to destroy the earth unless humans can create a more "sustainable" solution from within the framework of society.
Category: Nature