Written in response to the demand from clients and astrology students, this book provides an introduction to the financial universe, illustrating the role of the Sun, Moon, planets, and major planet cycles in market movements.
This book focuses on the impact of financial liberalisation and globalisation on economic growth and inequality worldwide over the past quarter century. It places a particular emphasis on the first fourteen years of this century. It begins by exploring certain assumptions developed as a result of early works in the field, providing a critical review of some of the most important academic works published over the past twenty years. It then goes on to present a comparative measurement of the economic performance of key countries for which data is available in the World Bank database, including G-10 countries, EU countries, and fastest growing countries like China, India, and small-open oil-producing economies.
This volume of Managerial Finance, in addition to a literature survey, includes seven articles that focus on the relation between litigation and various aspects of corporate decision-making such as operating performance, litigation risk management, governance, merger and acquisition, taxation, and insider trading.
This book presents an in-depth overview of the most popular approaches to corporate valuation, with useful insights about innovations and possible improvements in that field. The book will help to understand the principles and methods of company valuation and acquire the knowledge required to perform valuations of corporate equity.
Designed to facilitate the start-up, development and growth of specific small businesses, as well as similar listings for general small business topics. Entries are provided on a state-by-state basis; also included are relevant U.S. federal government agencies and branch offices.
Dictionary of Finance and Banking includes over 5,200 entries. The fifth edition has been fully revised and updated, and adds more than 150 new entries. Terms focus particularly upon recent terminology.
"More then 5,000 terms defined and explained; covers stocks and bonds, banking, economics, real estate, corporate finance, tax law, mutual funds, and more; explains changes in financial regulations and investment strategies caused by the recent global financial crisis; instructive charts and diagrams."
The Encyclopedia of Finance, Second Edition, comprised of over 1000 individual definitions and chapters, is the most comprehensive and up-to-date resource in the field, integrating the most current terminology, research, theory, and practical applications.
The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is the standard used by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments for the purpose of collecting, analyzing, and publishing statistical data related to the U.S. business economy.