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Roth, Byron M.: Decision Making
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Erscheinungsdatum: 06.09.2002, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Decision Making, Titelzusatz: Its Logic and Practice, Autor: Roth, Byron M. // Mullen, John D., Verlag: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: POLITICAL SCIENCE // Public Policy // City Planning & Urban Development, Rubrik: Politikwissenschaft, Seiten: 434, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 663 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Insurgent (Divergent Series): by Veronica Roth ...
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The second book in Veronica Roth's Divergent trilogy follows Tris Prior as she copes with a failing society and her own emotional trauma. Insurgent takes place in a futuristic Chicago with a dystopian society split into factions that are all fighting for power. Readers see more of the world Roth created as Tris and her boyfriend Tobias travel between factions' territories. Gain new perspectives of the story and characters while reading this literary analysis alongside Insurgent. This sequel Insurgent, creates a seamless transition as the story picks up right after the events of Divergent. Throughout the book, Tris struggles with survivor's guilt after making the hasty decision to shoot her friend. Readers witness the turmoil in Tris' relationship that is exacerbated by her self-destructive actions. The first-person narrative offers an insider's view of her grief-stricken psyche, and the chaotic dystopian society offers an ideal setting for the main character to seek self-sacrificing atonement. This analysis of Insurgent provides plenty of discussion and debate topics to enhance your reading experience. Explore Roth's futuristic world and the rocky romance between Tris and Tobias as you enjoy this exciting sequel. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Naomi Cole. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/015948/bk_acx0_015948_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Personal Finance Terms - Financial Education Is...
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Most Important Personal Finance Terms You Should KnowNot quite sure you’ve got a handle on basic personal finance terms? You’re not alone. Personal finance isn’t something most of us learn about in school. You pick up things as you go through life and usually learn by trial and error. As a result, it can happen that you run across a word in your financial life that you don’t know.Personal finance is an important area of knowledge to understand, but it can also be confusing for those who are not professionally trained financial advisors. A basic understanding of personal finance terminology can empower you to make more informed and educated personal finance decisions.Regardless of your age or earning power, it’s important to understand how common personal finance terms apply to your financial life.It’s easy to get hung up on confusing terms when making a big financial decision. This practical glossary demystifies personal finance so that you can focus on what’s important - taking control of your money!This practical glossary audiobook compiles a list of over 130 most common personal finance terms you’re likely to encounter. Every term is explained in detail, with clear and concise article style description and practical examples.Understanding personal finance terminology, whether you have a dedicated financial planner or not, makes it easier to manage your money in a way that makes sense and works for you, and with no surprises due to lack of understanding.Make Personal Finance Less of a MysteryNot sure what a Roth IRA is? Uncertain about the Estate Tax? Want to learn more about compounding interest? Completely ignorant about anything financial? Then this is for you!Understanding the terminology can allow you to make decisions more quickly and easily. With this knowledge, you’ll be empowered to take control of your financial present and future.PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this 1. Language: English. Narrator: William Bahl. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/155628/bk_acx0_155628_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Strangers Either Way: The Lives of Croatian Ref...
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' ...an accessible text that makes, and evidences, hypotheses about identity-building, cross-cultural strategies, and the processes of co-ethnic migration.' · JRAI 'The translation to the lingua franca of today's world is a very good decision, since this remarkable text would have otherwise remained unknown to readers not fluent in Croatian... [It] contributes to a better understanding of identity dynamics and creation of multicultural interaction in a national context.' · Anthropological Noteboooks 'This is an excellent addition to the literature on the experience of migration... Capo Zmegac... is well informed... The theoretical treatments are useful and well supported... The translation is very good, and the epilogue reflecting on the Croatian reception of Capo Zmegac's work in 2002 is an unusual and valuable methodological contribution. Highly recommended.' · Choice '... a welcome addition to the field of forced migrations for it makes a significant exploratory step into the understudied phenomena of cultural dynamism and identity (re)construction among co-ethnic migrants (refugees) in the post-Yugoslav space.' · Austrian History Yearbook Croatia gained the world's attention during the break-up of Yugoslavia in the early 1990s. In this context its image has been overshadowed by visions of ethnic conflict and cleansing, war crimes, virulent nationalism, and occasionally even emergent regionalism. Instead of the norm, this book offers a diverse insight into Croatia in the 1990s by dealing with one of the consequences of the war: the more or less forcible migration of Croats from Serbia and their settlement in Croatia, their 'ethnic homeland.' This important study shows that at a time in which Croatia was perceived as a homogenized nation-in-the-making, there were tensions and ruptures within Croatian society caused by newly arrived refugees and displaced persons from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Refugees who, in spite of their common ethnicity with the homeland population, were treated as foreigners; indeed, as unwanted aliens. Jasna Capo Zmegac is a senior research fellow at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb and adjunct professor at the University of Zagreb. She has a multi-disciplinary background in ethnology, cultural anthropology, demography and French literature. She studied at the University of Zagreb before doing her MA and PhD at Berkeley. She was a postdoctoral fellow in Strasbourg and Vienna, a Humboldt Fellow in Munich and Berlin, and a visiting fellow at various European universities. Her current research interests are in the field of anthropology of migration, especially forced and labor migration, and the politics of identity construction in diaspora settings. Her recent publications include the co-edited volume (with C. Voss and K. Roth) Co-ethnic Migrations Compared: Central and Eastern European Contexts (Munich: Kubon & Sagner, 2010), as well as refereed articles and chapters published in English, French, German, Croatian, and other European languages.

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Experimental Economics: Financial Markets, Auct...
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Experimental Economics: Financial Markets, Auctions, And Decision Making is based on research presented at the 20th Arne Ryde Symposium on Experimental Economics, held on November 9-11 at Lund University. The volume is divided into two parts. In Part I, interviews with prominent researchers in the field, all invited speakers at the Symposium, are presented. Those interviewed are Peter Bohm, Catherine Eckel, Werner Güth, John Hey, Daniel Kahneman, Alvin Roth, Vernon Smith, and Martin Weber. The interviews address important questions about basic experimental methods and the interpretation of results. In addition, these researchers answer questions relating to their specific fields and to their contributions at the Symposium. They are also asked to single out the most important findings in the field. Part II contains selected contributions from the conference. Topics covered include attitudes towards risk and inequality; pitfalls in experimental economics; analysis of trading-period duration; robustness in learning; video experiments on decision making and fairness; sequential prisoners' dilemmas; and collusion in auctions.

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Strangers Either Way: The Lives of Croatian Ref...
34,99 € *
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' ...an accessible text that makes, and evidences, hypotheses about identity-building, cross-cultural strategies, and the processes of co-ethnic migration.' · JRAI 'The translation to the lingua franca of today's world is a very good decision, since this remarkable text would have otherwise remained unknown to readers not fluent in Croatian... [It] contributes to a better understanding of identity dynamics and creation of multicultural interaction in a national context.' · Anthropological Noteboooks 'This is an excellent addition to the literature on the experience of migration... Capo Zmegac... is well informed... The theoretical treatments are useful and well supported... The translation is very good, and the epilogue reflecting on the Croatian reception of Capo Zmegac's work in 2002 is an unusual and valuable methodological contribution. Highly recommended.' · Choice '... a welcome addition to the field of forced migrations for it makes a significant exploratory step into the understudied phenomena of cultural dynamism and identity (re)construction among co-ethnic migrants (refugees) in the post-Yugoslav space.' · Austrian History Yearbook Croatia gained the world's attention during the break-up of Yugoslavia in the early 1990s. In this context its image has been overshadowed by visions of ethnic conflict and cleansing, war crimes, virulent nationalism, and occasionally even emergent regionalism. Instead of the norm, this book offers a diverse insight into Croatia in the 1990s by dealing with one of the consequences of the war: the more or less forcible migration of Croats from Serbia and their settlement in Croatia, their 'ethnic homeland.' This important study shows that at a time in which Croatia was perceived as a homogenized nation-in-the-making, there were tensions and ruptures within Croatian society caused by newly arrived refugees and displaced persons from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Refugees who, in spite of their common ethnicity with the homeland population, were treated as foreigners; indeed, as unwanted aliens. Jasna Capo Zmegac is a senior research fellow at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb and adjunct professor at the University of Zagreb. She has a multi-disciplinary background in ethnology, cultural anthropology, demography and French literature. She studied at the University of Zagreb before doing her MA and PhD at Berkeley. She was a postdoctoral fellow in Strasbourg and Vienna, a Humboldt Fellow in Munich and Berlin, and a visiting fellow at various European universities. Her current research interests are in the field of anthropology of migration, especially forced and labor migration, and the politics of identity construction in diaspora settings. Her recent publications include the co-edited volume (with C. Voß and K. Roth) Co-ethnic Migrations Compared: Central and Eastern European Contexts (Munich: Kubon & Sagner, 2010), as well as refereed articles and chapters published in English, French, German, Croatian, and other European languages.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Experimental Economics: Financial Markets, Auct...
134,99 € *
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Experimental Economics: Financial Markets, Auctions, And Decision Making is based on research presented at the 20th Arne Ryde Symposium on Experimental Economics, held on November 9-11 at Lund University. The volume is divided into two parts. In Part I, interviews with prominent researchers in the field, all invited speakers at the Symposium, are presented. Those interviewed are Peter Bohm, Catherine Eckel, Werner Güth, John Hey, Daniel Kahneman, Alvin Roth, Vernon Smith, and Martin Weber. The interviews address important questions about basic experimental methods and the interpretation of results. In addition, these researchers answer questions relating to their specific fields and to their contributions at the Symposium. They are also asked to single out the most important findings in the field. Part II contains selected contributions from the conference. Topics covered include attitudes towards risk and inequality; pitfalls in experimental economics; analysis of trading-period duration; robustness in learning; video experiments on decision making and fairness; sequential prisoners' dilemmas; and collusion in auctions.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 30.03.2020
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