Property and Prophets The Evolution of Economic Institutions and Ideologies, 7th Edition

Economics and Business

Raising Equity Finance for Start-up and Growing Businesses: An Instant Guide by Guy Rigby
Property and Prophets: The Evolution of Economic Institutions and Ideologies (7th Edition) by E. K. Hunt
The Economic Approach to Law, Second Edition 2nd Edition by Thomas J. Miceli
PMP Examination Practice Questions for The PMBOK Guide, 5th edition: Updated 2014 by Sean Whitaker
Over The Top: How The Internet Is (Slowly But Surely) Changing The Television Industry by Alan Wolk

Raising Equity Finance for Start-up and Growing Businesses: An Instant Guide by Guy Rigby

English | 17 Nov. 2011 | ASIN: B00699M8RY | 30 Pages | MOBI | 155.87 KB

This eBook is about raising equity finance for start-up and growing businesses.The author of this instant guide from Harriman House, Guy Rigby, has also written From Vision to Exit, which is a complete entrepreneurs’ guide to setting up, running and passing on or selling a business.

Property and Prophets: The Evolution of Economic Institutions and Ideologies (7th Edition) by E. K. Hunt

English | 2000 | ISBN: 0765606089 | 304 Pages | PDF | 88.6 MB

“Property and Prophets” is a concise history of the rise and subsequent triumph of capitalism. Focused primarily on England until 1800 and the United States since 1800, the book’s economic history is interspersed with the history of ideas that evolved along with the capitalist system.

The Economic Approach to Law, Second Edition 2nd Edition by Thomas J. Miceli

English | 4 Aug. 2008 | ASIN: B005UGYBM2 | 424 Pages | MOBI | 3.95 MB

Designed specifically for economics students, The Economic Approach to Law, 2nd Edition, provides an introductory treatment of law and economics, revealing how economic principles explain the structure of the law, and how they can help make the law more efficient. To that end, the author focuses on unifying themes in the field—rather than exhaustively covering legal topics—and thus provides a more analytical treatment of the subject. The second edition includes current research into the economics of common law areas, such as torts, contracts, and property law. The revised text also offers a new chapter that explores how economics can be applied to anti-trust law, as well as added material on intellectual property. This edition features an expanded suite of exercises and problems at the end of each chapter to encourage students to “do” law and economics.A companion web site offers a full suite of resources for students and professors. Key pedagogical features include cases; discussion points that provide additional analysis of topics in the book; graduate notes, which deepen the text for more advanced readers; and relevant Web links. Professors have access to sample syllabi for undergraduate and graduate courses and to an instructor’s manual providing suggested answers to all of the end-of-chapter questions/problems in the book.

PMP Examination Practice Questions for The PMBOK Guide, 5th edition: Updated 2014 by Sean Whitaker

English | 31 Mar. 2014 | ISBN: 1497428300 | 432 Pages | AZW3 | 405.2 KB

If you are studying towards the Project Management Professional (PMP) Examination then this book is an essential aid in your study programme. To help you in your study this book contains: – Over 400 realistic practice questions, answers and explanations; – A guide on how to study for and sit the PMP exam; – A list of all the formulae you need to pass the exam; – Other useful tips and tricks to help your study. This book is best used in conjunction with the PMP Training Kit and PMP Rapid Review both also by Sean Whitaker.

Over The Top: How The Internet Is (Slowly But Surely) Changing The Television Industry by Alan Wolk

English | 29 May 2015 | ISBN: 1514139014 | 176 Pages | AZW3 | 306.66 KB

Television is the last mass medium to be disrupted by the Internet. Given the intricacies of the industry, it’s also going to be the most resistant to change. Alan Wolk, an industry veteran and longtime analyst and observer, lays out how the television industry is adapting to the digital era, explaining what’s really happening in a tone that will appeal to laypeople and insiders alike.
In the first section, Wolk takes us through how the industry works today, focusing on how the various players actually make money and who pays who for what. The next section deals with the changes that are taking place in the industry today–everything from time shifting to binge viewing to cord cutting–and how those changes are starting to create some seismic shifts. In the final section, Wolk reveals his predictions for the future and what the industry will look like in ten years time.
Andrew Wallenstein, co-editor-in-chief of Variety says “Alan Wolk is one of the most insightful observers writing about the media business today. There’s no better expert to help you navigate the confusing, complicated nexus of TV and the Internet.”
David Zaslav, President and CEO of Discovery Communications says “Alan Wolk has a deep understanding of the complex nature of television today… this is a fantastic primer of the business and one of the most educated perspectives on the future of our rapidly evolving industry.”
Adweek says “If you know anything about television, you probably know Alan Wolk.”
Writing in a cover story for The New York Review of Books, Slate Editor-In-Chief Jacob Weisberg said “[to find an evidence-based analysis] [a]n excellent place to start is Alan Wolk’s book Over the Top: How the Internet Is (Slowly but Surely) Changing the Television Industry.