Books in category Business & Economics – Government & Business

  • The Innovation Policy of the European Union

    The Innovation Policy of the European Union
    Susana Borrás

    Recoge: Part 1. Informing innovation policy : measurement issues – Part 2. Improving innovation policy : strategic issues.

  • Managing Collaboration in Public Administration

    Managing Collaboration in Public Administration
    Eran Vigoda-Gadot

    Many people have always believed that more can be accomplished when government, business, and the general public cooperate with a common goal in mind.

  • IMF Supported Programs

    IMF-Supported Programs
    Ashoka Mody, Alessandro Rebucci

    This book reports on a large portion of both the new and the continuing research.

  • Japan Remodeled

    Japan Remodeled
    Steven Kent Vogel

    In Japan Remodeled, Steven Vogel explains the nature and extent of these reforms and why they were enacted.Vogel demonstrates how government and industry have devised innovative solutions.

  • East Asia in Transition

    East Asia in Transition
    Wendy Dobson, A. E. Safarian

    Focuses on key business issues facing East Asia that corporations and governments should understand, including regionalization initiatives, obstacles to continued rapid growth in China, aging and pension reform, and the changing security …

  • Cleaning Up the Mess

    Cleaning Up the Mess
    Thomas W. Church, Robert T. Nakamura

    In this book, Thomas W. Church and Robert T. Nakamura provide the first in-depth study of Superfund operations at hazardous waste sites by examining six Superfund cleanups, including three regions and both 'hard' and 'easy' sites, to ask …

  • The China Fantasy

    The China Fantasy
    James Mann

    The New York Times bestselling author of Rise of the Vulcans blasts America's policy regarding the world's most populous country One of our most perceptive China experts, James Mann has penned a vital wake-up call to all who are ignorant of …

  • You Don t Always Get what You Pay for

    You Don’t Always Get what You Pay for
    Elliott D. Sclar

    In You Don't Always Get What You Pay For, Elliott D. Sclar offers a balanced look at the pitfalls and promises of public sector privatization in the United States.

  • A Hercules in the Cradle

    A Hercules in the Cradle
    Max M. Edling

    Max M. Edling shows how the fledgling American government raised money and incurred debt for its military needs, from the War of Independence through the War of 1812, the Mexican War, and the Civil War.

  • Understanding E Government

    Understanding E-Government
    Vincent Homburg

    This is a timely addition to our understanding of what is meant by e-government. It gets behind the political rhetoric.

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