China’s National Balance Sheet (2015) Leverage Adjustment and Risk Management

Economics and Business

The Art of the Possible: Create an Organization with No Limitations by Daniel M Jacobs
Understanding and Interpreting Accounts in a Week: Teach Yourself (Teach Yourself in a Week) by Roger Mason
China’s National Balance Sheet (2015): Leverage Adjustment and Risk Management
Nordic Administrative Reforms: Lessons for Public Management by Carsten Greve, Per Lægreid, Lise H. Rykkja
Trading from Your Gut: How to Use Right Brain Instinct & Left Brain Smarts to Become a Master Trader by Curtis Faith

The Art of the Possible: Create an Organization with No Limitations by Daniel M Jacobs

English | 13 May 2010 | ISBN: 1449961355 | 160 Pages | MOBI | 1.96 MB

An integrated leadership and management guide to success. Specific steps that can be taken to improve performance in any organization. Focus is on the positive and the possible using seven practical and proven best practices. Combines best practices in leadership techniques and management processes. Seven Best Practices, a chapter for each, detailed with real-world examples and success stories. Each chapter contains guidelines and checklists, with a self-assessment tool for each best practice. The objective is to move the reader to action.

Understanding and Interpreting Accounts in a Week: Teach Yourself (Teach Yourself in a Week) by Roger Mason

2016 | ISBN: 1473608600 | English | 128 pages | EPUB | 2 MB

Understanding accounts just got easier
There has never been a time when managers have been more exposed to financial statements than they are today. Even if you are a non-financial manager, you will often be involved in budgeting and regular financial reporting. You are expected to understand the accounts put in front of you and to contribute to the analysis and interpretation of the figures. It is important that you understand the principles of analysing and interpreting accounts. You will then be able to deal with questionsabout the performance of your business and your customers’ businesses.
Understanding and Interpreting Accounts In A Week is written for managers who need to answer these questions. By setting aside a little time each day for a week, you will greatly increase your understanding of accounts and how to interpret them.
– Sunday: The right approach
– Monday: An introduction to accounts
– Tuesday: The profit and loss account or income statement
– Wednesday: The balance sheet or statement of financial position
– Thursday: Using ratios to interpret accounts
– Friday: Cash flow statement and group accounts
– Saturday: The reports

China’s National Balance Sheet (2015): Leverage Adjustment and Risk Management

English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 | 248 Pages | ISBN : 9811077320 | 8.85 MB

The book aims at perfecting the national governance system and improving national governance ability. It evaluates the balance sheets of the state and residents, non-financial corporations, financial institutions and the central bank, the central government, local government and external sectors – the goal being to provide a systematic analysis of the characteristics and trajectory of China’s economic expansion and structural adjustment, as well as objective assessments of short and long-term economic operations, debt risks and financial risks with regard to the institutional and structural characteristics of economic development in market-oriented reform.
It puts forward a preliminary analysis of China’s national and sectoral balance sheets on the basis of scientific estimates of various kinds of data, analyzes from a new perspective the major issues that are currently troubling China – development sustainability, government transformation, local government debt, welfare reform, and the financial opening-up and stability – and explores corresponding policies, measures, and institutional arrangements.

Nordic Administrative Reforms: Lessons for Public Management by Carsten Greve, Per Lægreid, Lise H. Rykkja

English | 2016 | ISBN: 1137563621 | 236 Pages | PDF | 5.6 MB

This book is based on a unique data set and assesses in comparative terms the public management reforms in the five Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. Based on the assessments of administrative executives, the book compares the Nordic countries with the Anglo-Saxon, the Germanic, the Napoleonic and the East European group of countries. The book addresses the following questions: What reform trends are relevant in the public administrations of the Nordic countries? What institutional features characterize the state authorities in these countries? What characterizes the role identity, self-understanding, dominant values, and motivation of administrative executive in the Nordic countries? What characterizes reform processes, trends and content, what is the relevance of different types of management instruments, and what are their perceived effects and the perceived performance of the public administration? The book also examines how the different Nordic countries dealt with the financial crisis of 2008, and how the differences and similarities in their approaches can be explained.

Trading from Your Gut: How to Use Right Brain Instinct & Left Brain Smarts to Become a Master Trader by Curtis Faith

English | 30 Nov. 2009 | ASIN: B002YYWEKO | 226 Pages | MOBI | 852.66 KB

EARN SERIOUS TRADING PROFITS BY USING YOUR WHOLE BRAIN!
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You’ve got a left brain: analytical and rational. You’ve got a right brain: intuitive and holistic. Use them both to make better trades, and more money!
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