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  • Sustainable food supply chains : planning, design, and control through interdisciplinary methodologies / edited by Riccardo Accorsi, Riccardo Manzini

    Sustainable Food Supply Chains: Planning, Design, and Control through Interdisciplinary Methodologies provides integrated and practicable solutions that aid planners and entrepreneurs in the design and optimization of food production-distribution systems and operations and drives change toward sustainable food ecosystems.

    With synthesized coverage of the academic literature, this book integrates the quantitative models and tools that address each step of food supply chain operations to provide readers with easy access to support-decision quantitative and practicable methods.

    Broken into three parts, the book begins with an introduction and problem statement.  The second part presents quantitative models and tools as an integrated framework for the food supply chain system and operations design. The book concludes with the presentation of case studies and applications focused on specific food chains.

    Sustainable Food Supply Chains: Planning, Design, and Control through Interdisciplinary Methodologies will be an indispensable resource for food scientists, practitioners and graduate students studying food systems and other related disciplines.

    Contains quantitative models and tools that address the interconnected areas of the food supply chain Synthesizes academic literature related to sustainable food supply chains Deals with interdisciplinary fields of research (Industrial Systems Engineering, Food Science, Packaging Science, Decision Science, Logistics and Facility Management, Supply Chain Management, Agriculture and Land-use Planning) that dominate food supply chain systems and operations Includes case studies and applications

  • Implementing an Integrated Management System (IMS) : the Strategic Approach

  • Benefits realization management : a practice guide / Project Management Institute
    HD 69 P75B464 2019

  • The Concise PRINCE2® : Principles and Essential Themes

  • Managing Aerospace Projects
    HD 9711.5 A2W555 2017eb

  • The Chemical Process Industries Infrastructure : Function and Economics / editors, James Riley Couper, O. Thomas Beasley, W. Roy Penney
    HD9650.5.C68 2001
    "Covers global and domestic competition, marketing strategies, operating expenses, and environmental and safety regulations for chemical professionals at all levels. Contains up-to-date mergers and acquisitions of chemical companies."

  • Zoloto v sisteme kapitalizma posle vtoroĭ mirovoĭ voĭny / F.I. Mikhalevskiĭ
    HG 289 M48

  • The greenbacks and resumption of specie payments, 1862-1879, by Don C. Barrett
    HG 604 B3 1965

  • The media snatcher : PC/CORE/TURBO/ENGINE/GRAFX/16/CDROM2/SUPER/DUO/ARCADE/RX / Carl Therrien
    HD 9993 E452T54 2019eb

    An in-depth exploration of a neglected video game platform of the 1990s and a reflection on the way we construct the cultural history of video games.

    In The Media Snatcher , Carl Therrien offers an in-depth exploration of NEC's PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16, a little-studied video game platform released in the late 1980s. The PC Engine was designed to bring technological expandability to the world of game consoles; The Media Snatcher's subtitle evokes some of the expansions and the numerous rebranded versions of the system released by NEC, including the first CD-ROM add-on in video game history. The platform makers hoped that expandability would allow its console to remain at the cutting edge and even catch up with such perceptually rich media as cinema and anime. More than a simple shape-shifter, the PC Engine became a media snatcher.

    Therrien examines the multidirectional interactions of video game technologies, commercial structures, and cultural dynamics. He considers, among other things, hyperbolic marketing and its impact on how we construct video game history; glitches, technological obsolescence, and the difficulty of conducting media archaeology of the recent past; the emergence of male-centered power fantasies through audiovisual rewards; the rise of original genres such as visual novels; and the sustained efforts to integrate PC Engine software in the sprawling media landscape of Japan (where the PC Engine found much of its success). Avoiding the usual techno-industrial glorification, Therrien recounts the bold technological aspirations of the platform makers and the struggles to make the actual technology realize its potential.

    ings, hyperbolic marketing and its impact on how we construct video game history; glitches, technological obsolescence, and the difficulty of conducting media archaeology of the recent past; the emergence of male-centered power fantasies through audiovisual rewards; the rise of original genres such as visual novels; and the sustained efforts to integrate PC Engine software in the sprawling media landscape of Japan (where the PC Engine found much of its success). Avoiding the usual techno-industrial glorification, Therrien recounts the bold technological aspirations of the platform makers and the struggles to make the actual technology realize its potential.

  • Hanging out, messing around, and geeking out : kids living and learning with new media / Mizuko Ito [and more]
    HQ 799.2 M352H36 2019eb

    The tenth-anniversary edition of a foundational text in digital media and learning, examining new media practices that range from podcasting to online romantic breakups.

    Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out , first published in 2009, has become a foundational text in the field of digital media and learning. Reporting on an ambitious three-year ethnographic investigation into how young people live and learn with new media in varied settings--at home, in after-school programs, and in online spaces--it presents a flexible and useful framework for understanding the ways that young people engage with and through online platforms: hanging out, messing around, and geeking out, otherwise known as HOMAGO.

    Integrating twenty-three case studies--which include Harry Potter podcasting, video-game playing, music sharing, and online romantic breakups--in a unique collaborative authorship style, Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out combines in-depth descriptions of specific group dynamics with conceptual analysis. Since its original publication, digital learning labs in libraries and museums around the country have been designed around the HOMAGO mode and educators have created HOMAGO guidebooks and toolkits. This tenth-anniversary edition features a new introduction by Mizuko Ito and Heather Horst that discusses how digital youth culture evolved in the intervening decade, and looks at how HOMAGO has been put into practice.

    This book was written as a collaborative effort by members of the Digital Youth Project, a threepecific group dynamics with conceptual analysis. Since its original publication, digital learning labs in libraries and museums around the country have been designed around the HOMAGO mode and educators have created HOMAGO guidebooks and toolkits. This tenth-anniversary edition features a new introduction by Mizuko Ito and Heather Horst that discusses how digital youth culture evolved in the intervening decade, and looks at how HOMAGO has been put into practice.

    This book was written as a collaborative effort by members of the Digital Youth Project, a three-year research effort funded by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and conducted at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Southern California.

  • The China-U.S. Trade War and Future Economic Relations Lawrence J. Lau
    HF 1604 Z4U653 2019

  • Black girl magic beyond the hashtag : twenty-first century acts of self-definition / edited by Julia S. Jordan-Zachery and Duchess Harris ; foreword by Janell Hobson ; afterword by Tammy Owens
    HQ 1197 B53 2019eb

  • Shared selves : Latinx memoir and ethical alternatives to humanism / Suzanne Bost

  • On trend : the business of forecasting the future / Devon Powers
    HF 5415.32 P69 2019

  • Destape : sex, democracy, and freedom in postdictatorial Argentina / Natalia Milanesio

  • The injustices of rape : how activists responded to sexual violence, 1950-1980 / Catherine O. Jacquet
    HV 6561 J33 2019eb

  • Amoral communities : collective crimes in time of war / Mila Dragojević
    HV 6189 D73 2019

    In Amoral Communities , Mila Dragojević examines how conditions conducive to atrocities against civilians are created during wartime in some communities. She identifies the exclusion of moderates and the production of borders as the main processes. In these places, political and ethnic identities become linked and targeted violence against civilians becomes both tolerated and justified by the respective authorities as a necessary sacrifice for a greater political goal.

    Dragojević augments the literature on genocide and civil wars by demonstrating how violence can be used as a political strategy, and how communities, as well as individuals, remember episodes of violence against civilians. The communities on which she focuses are Croatia in the 1990s and Uganda and Guatemala in the 1980s. In each case Dragojević considers how people who have lived peacefully as neighbors for many years are suddenly transformed into enemies, yet intracommunal violence is not ubiquitous throughout the conflict zone; rather, it is specific to particular regions or villages within those zones. Reporting on the varying wartime experiences of individuals, she adds depth, emotion, and objectivity to the historical and socioeconomic conditions that shaped each conflict.

    Furthermore, as Amoral Communities describes, the exclusion of moderates and the production of borders limit individuals' freedom to express their views, work to prevent the possible defection of members of an in-group, and facilitate identification of individuals who are purportedly a threat. Even before mass killings begin, Dragojević finds, these and similar changes will have transformed particular villages or regions into amoral communities, places where the definition of crime changes and violence is justified as a form of self-defense by perpetrators.

  • Dust and dignity : domestic employment in contemporary Ecuador / Erynn Masi de Casanova

    What makes domestic work a bad job, even after efforts to formalize and improve working conditions? Erynn Masi de Casanova's case study, based partly on collaborative research conducted with Ecuador's pioneer domestic workers' organization, examines three reasons for persistent exploitation. First, the tasks of social reproduction are devalued. Second, informal work arrangements escape regulation. And third, unequal class relations are built into this type of employment. Accessible to advocates and policymakers as well as academics, this book provides both theoretical discussions about domestic work and concrete ideas for improving women's lives.

    Drawing on workers' stories of lucha, trabajo, and sacrificio --struggle, work, and sacrifice-- Dust and Dignity offers a new take on an old occupation. From the intimate experience of being a body out of place in an employer's home, to the common work histories of Ecuadorian women in different cities, to the possibilities for radical collective action at the national level, Casanova shows how and why women do this stigmatized and precarious work and how they resist exploitation in the search for dignified employment. From these searing stories of workers' lives, Dust and Dignity identifies patterns in domestic workers' experiences that will be helpful in understanding the situation of workers elsewhere and offers possible solutions for promoting and ensuring workers' rights that have relevance far beyond Ecuador.

  • The private side of the Canton trade, 1700-1840 : beyond the companies / edited by Paul A. Van Dyke and Susan E. Schopp
    HF 3840 G83P75 2018eb

  • Driving toward modernity : cars and the lives of the middle class in contemporary China / Jun Zhang
    HT 690 C55Z43 2019

  • Planning for coexistence? : recognizing Indigenous rights through land-use planning in Canada and Australia / Libby Porter and Janice Barry
    HD 313 P67 2016eb
    Planning is becoming one of the key battlegrounds for Indigenous people to negotiate meaningful articulation of their sovereign territorial and political rights, reigniting the essential tension that lies at the heart of Indigenous-settler relations. But what actually happens in the planning contact zone - when Indigenous demands for recognition of coexisting political authority over territory intersect with environmental and urban land-use planning systems in settler-colonial states? This book answers that question through a critical examination of planning contact zones in two settler-colonial states: Victoria, Australia and British Columbia, Canada. Comparing the experiences of four Indigenous communities who are challenging and renegotiating land-use planning in these places, the book breaks new ground in our understanding of contemporary Indigenous land justice politics. It is the first study to grapple with what it means for planning to engage with Indigenous peoples in major cities, and the first of its kind to compare the underlying conditions that produce very different outcomes in urban and non-urban planning contexts. In doing so, the book exposes the costs and limits of the liberal mode of recognition as it comes to be articulated through planning, challenging the received wisdom that participation and consultation can solve conflicts of sovereignty. This book lays the theoretical, methodological and practical groundwork for imagining what planning for coexistence might look like: a relational, decolonizing planning praxis where self-determining Indigenous peoples invite settler-colonial states to their planning table on their terms.

  • Reclaiming Indigenous planning / edited by Ryan Walker, Ted Jojola, and David Natcher
    HN 110 Z9C6 2013eb

  • Individual behavior and group achievement; a theory, the experimental evidence
    HM 131 S82

  • American marketing in the Common Market
    HD 69 F6T4

  • Market analysis: a handbook of current data sources, by Nathalie D. Frank
    HF 5415 F686

  • Modern theory and method in group training / edited by William G. Dyer
    HM 134 D93 1981
    This text is a collection of work that discusses ideas for group training. It provides insights into critical aspects, such as trainer style, intentions, interventions, and the special roles and problems of trainers.

  • Small social groups in England. With a sociologist's footnote, by Bryan Wilson
    HM 133 P5

  • An honest profit; what businessmen say about ethics in business
    HF 5386 B279

  • Group conflict and co-operation: their social psychology
    HM 131 S46 1967

  • The structure of community power. Edited by Michael Aiken and Paul E. Mott
    HM 136 A34

  • How I made the sale that did the most for me : fifty great sales stories told by fifty great salespeople / edited by J. Mel Hickerson
    HF 5438.25 H68

  • Marketing: management and social change [by] Robert F. Hartley
    HF 5415 H243

  • The competition for personal savings deposits in Canada
    HF 5006 U55 no.281

  • Contractual marketing systems [by] Donald N. Thompson. With an introd. by E.T. Grether
    HF 5415 C5476

  • Opinion leadership in India; a study of interpersonal communication in eight villages [by] Lalit K. Sen
    HN 690 Z9P87

  • Problems in marketing, by Malcolm P. McNair and Harry L. Hansen
    HF 5415 M264

  • L'humain, plus qu'une ressource au cœur de la gestion : perspectives de gestion des ressources humaines / sous la direction de François Bernard Malo, James D. Thwaites et Yves Hallée
    HF 5549 H863 2019eb

  • Les femmes et le monde des affaires depuis 1500 / Béatrice Craig
    HD 6053 C8314 2018eb

  • L'histoire de vie de réfugiés montréalais : une rencontre / Steven High
    HV 640.4 C2H5414 2018eb

  • "And neither have I wings to fly" : labelled and locked up in Canada's oldest institution / Thelma Wheatley
    HV 3008 C32O75 2013eb

  • House divided : how the missing middle will solve Toronto's affordability crisis / edited by Alex Bozikovic, Cheryll Case, John Lorinc, Annabel Vaughan
    HD 7305 T67H68 2019eb
    What happens to a city that's become too expensive to live in?

    Toronto's leafy neighbourhoods are famously stable. Yet the strict protections afforded homeowners have made housing unaffordable and unavailable for rapidly growing segments of the population. If current trends continue unchecked, the city risks not only increasing socialpolarization and economic instability, but also an exodus by the next generation. House Divided is a provocative and timely anthology whose diverse contributors unpack how we arrived at this impasse and, more importantly, offer innovative ideas for fixing a badly broken system.

    These thought-provoking essays examine how targeted planning reforms combined with 'missing middle' housing types -- such as semis, duplexes, walkups, and laneway units -- represent the answer to one of the greatest challenges facing cities today: how to accommodate growing urban populations in an affordable and sustainable way.

  • Blissfully blended bullshit : the uncomfortable truth of blending families / Rebecca Eckler
    HQ 759.92 E25 2019eb
    Rebecca Eckler's newest book chronicles the hard truth of what it's really like to make a blended family.

    Blissfully Blended Bullshit is a witty, engaging, refreshingly candid chronicle of a modern family's journey as they blend households. We follow Eckler as her partner and his two children move in with her and her daughter. Then, thanks to a reverse vasectomy, they add a baby to the mix. Readers go along for the ride in this poignant, often hilarious tale, as everyone attempts to navigate their new roles: the children, the in-laws, the exes, the ex-in-laws, and even the dog.

    Lighthearted and intimate, this is an indispensable story about a family determined to make blended splendid, and the juicy truth of what it's really like behind closed doors in what is rapidly becoming a typical family makeup. Still, if Eckler had to blend again, would she?

  • The bulldog and the helix : DNA and the pursuit of justice in a frontier town / Shayne Morrow
    HV 6535 C33P634 2019eb

    A investigative reporter traces the role of DNA evidence in two groundbreaking murder cases involving young girls killed two decades apart in the same town.

    In 1977, the industrial town of Port Alberni was shaken by the brutal murder of twelve-year-old Carolyn Lee, who had been abducted while walking home from her dance class. In 1996, the town was devastated again when eleven-year-old Jessica States disappeared while chasing foul balls at a local fast-pitch game, her lifeless body later found beaten in the woods.

    At the time of States's murder, Shayne Morrow was working as a reporter for the Alberni Valley Times. His interest in forensic science led him to cover the States case and relate it back to the Lee case, which had gone unsolved for years. In his coverage, Morrow gained unprecedented access to the investigators and scientists who were on the trail of both killers. Emerging DNA technology in the mid-1990s led to a renewed interest in the Lee case and ultimately to the conviction of her killer, Gurmit Singh Dhillon, in 1998. The technological mechanisms put in place during that case would lay the groundwork for the capture of States's killer, Roderick Patten, a year later.

    The Bulldog and the Helix is a riveting portrait of a town rocked twice by the most heinous type of crime imaginable and a community's unrelenting search for justice.

  • Toronto reborn : design successes and challenges / Ken Greenberg ; foreword by David Crombie
    HT 169 C22T584 2019eb
    An incisive view of Toronto's development over the last fifty years.

    In Toronto Reborn , Ken Greenberg describes the emerging contours of a new Toronto. Focusing on the period from 1970 to the present, Greenberg looks at how the work and decisions of citizens, NGOs, businesses, and governments have combined to refashion Toronto. Individually and collectively, their actions -- renovating buildings and neighbourhoods, building startling new structures and urban spaces, revitalizing old cultural institutions and creating new ones, sponsoring new festivals and events -- have transformed the old postwar city, changing it into an exciting modern one.

  • When trains ruled the Rockies : my life at the Banff railway station / Terry Gainer
    HE 2810 C2G356 2019

    Drawn from Terry Gainer's personal memories and experiences from his years living and working at the legendary Banff Railway Station, this entertaining memoir and important historical record beckons the reader into the golden age of railway travel in the mountains of western Canada.

    Complete with a selection of archival photographs, When Trains Ruled the Rockies documents life at the Banff Railway Station and traces the huge role the station played in the local community. The author's own story of growing up at the station winds a thread through the narrative and brings into clear focus Terry's lifelong passion for passenger trains, at one time the most dominant means of transportation for Canadians but sadly an experience that is now fading into history.

  • Au temps de la révolution acadienne : les marxistes-léninistes en Acadie / Philippe Volpé, Julien Massicotte
    HX 110 M37V65 2019eb

    Les années 1970 constituent une décennie particulièrement agitée en ce qui a trait aux mobilisations sociales, politiques et culturelles en Acadie. À la suite des réformes mises en oeuvre par le gouvernement de Louis J. Robichaud au Nouveau-Brunswick et de la modernisation des institutions acadiennes au cours des années 1960, les années 1970 sont le théâtre d'idéologies et d'engagements concomitants menant plus avant le militantisme de la décennie précédente. C'est le moment où entrent en scène le Parti acadien, la revue L'Acayen et plusieurs organisations et associations ouvrières, féministes et étudiantes. C'est durant cette période que commencent à paraître en Acadie les premiers groupuscules se réclamant directement de Marx, de Lénine et de Mao, ou du communisme en général.

    Les auteurs de cet ouvrage ont voulu rendre compte, dans une analyse à la frontière de l'histoire et de la sociologie, de ce chapitre oublié du passé acadien récent. Au centre et en marge de différents événements et phénomènes sociaux, allant de la pauvreté aux conflits économiques, culturels et générationnels, en passant par le syndicalisme et de multiples mouvements de contestation, la présence des marxistes-léninistes dans les provinces maritimes s'est fait sentir discrètement, certes, mais de nombreuses façons. C'est cette histoire que Philippe Volpé et Julien Massicotte nous livrent dans une étude fouillée et passionnante de l'extrême-gauche en Acadie.

    Une coédition avec le Centre de recherche en civilisation canadienne-française.

    Ce livre est publié en français.


    The 1970s were a particularly agitated time in the history of social, political and cultural mobilisations in Acadia. Following reforms introduced under Louis J. Robichaud in New Brunswick and the modernisation of Acadian institutions during the 1960s, the 1970s saw the rise of ideologies and engagements that furthered the activism of the previous decade. Enter the Parti acadien, the magazine L'Acayen and numerous feminist, student and labour organizations and associations. We see the emergence, during this period, of the first small groups claiming their origins directly with Marx, Lenin and Mao, or from communism in general.

    The authors aim to give an account of this forgotten chapter of recent Acadian history. At the very core of various social events and phenomena, from poverty to economic conflicts, cultural and generational, to unionism and a multitude of protests, but also in more indirect ways, the Marxist-Leninist presence was felt in the Maritime Provinces. This is the story presented to us by Philippe Volpé and Julien Massicotte in a fascinating and well-researched study of far-left socio-economic movements in Acadia.

    A co-publication with the Centre de recherche en civilisation canadienne-française .

    This book is published in French.

  • Protest and democracy / edited by Moisés Arce and Roberta Rice
    HM 883 P76 2019

  • Arresting hope : women taking action in prison health inside out / Ruth Elwood Martin, Mo Korchinski, Lynn Fels & Carl Leggo, editors

  • A force such as the world has never known : women creating change / edited by Sharon G. Mijares, Aliaa Rafea and Nahid Angha

  • Creating customers, by Richard Graves and Allan Campbell
    HF 5415 G64

  • Emerging technologies for the analysis of forensic traces / Simona Francese, editor
    HV 8073 E54 2019

  • Project Reliability Engineering : Pro Skills for Next Level Maker Projects / Eyal Shahar
    HD 30.213 S53 2019

  • Computing and communication systems in urban development a detailed perspective / Anandakumar Haldorai, Arulmurugan Ramu, Suriya Murugan

  • Digital economy : emerging technologies and business innovation : 4th International Conference, ICDEc 2019, Beirut, Lebanon, April 15-18, 2019, Proceedings / Rim Jallouli, Mohamed Anis Bach Tobji, Deny Bélisle, Sehl Mellouli, Farid Abdallah, Ibrahim Osman (eds.)

  • Computational logistics : 10th International Conference, ICCL 2019, Barranquilla, Colombia, September 30-October 2, 2019, Proceedings / Carlos Paternina-Arboleda, Stefan Voß (eds.)

  • Perspectives in business informatics research : 18th International Conference, BIR 2019, Katowice, Poland, September 23-25, 2019, proceedings / Małgorzata Pańkowska, Kurt Sandkuhl (eds.)

  • Modeling and simulation of social-behavioral phenomena in creative societies : first International EURO Mini Conference, MSBC 2019, Vilnius, Lithuania, September 18-20, 2019, proceedings / Nitin Agarwal, Leonidas Sakalauskas, Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber (eds.)

  • Information systems: research, development, applications, education : 12th SIGSAND/PLAIS EuroSymposium 2019, Gdansk, Poland, September 19, 2019, proceedings / Stanisław Wrycza, Jacek Maślankowski (eds.)

  • Getting started with Salesforce Einstein analytics : a beginner's guide to building interactive dashboards / Johan Yu ; foreword by Ketan Karkhanis
    HF 5438.4 Y8 2019eb

  • Digital transformation for a sustainable society in the 21st Century : 18th IFIP WG 6.11 Conference on e-Business, e-Services, and e-Society, I3E 2019, Trondheim, Norway, September 18-20, 2019, Proceedings / Ilias O. Pappas, Patrick Mikalef, Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Letizia Jaccheri, John Krogstie, Matti Mäntymäki (eds.)

  • Effective statistical learning methods for actuaries I : GLMs and extensions / by Michel Denuit, Donatien Hainaut, Julien Trufin

  • Implementing SAP S/4HANA : a framework for planning and executing SAP S/4HANA projects / Sanket Kulkarni
    HF 5679 K85 2019

  • Statistical Meso-Mechanics of Damage and Failure How Microdamage Induces Disaster : Series Publication of Multiscale Mechanics / Yilong Bai, Mengfen Xia, Fujiu Ke

  • The grand food bargain : and the mindless drive for more / Kevin D. Walker

    When it comes to food, Americans seem to have a pretty great deal. Our grocery stores are overflowing with countless varieties of convenient products. But like most bargains that are too good to be true, the modern food system relies on an illusion. It depends on endless abundance, but the planet has its limits.

    Through beautifully‑told stories from around the world, Kevin Walker reveals the unintended consequences of our myopic focus on quantity over quality. By the end of the journey, we not only understand how the drive to produce ever more food became hardwired into the American psyche, but why shifting our mindset is essential.

  • #MeToo and the politics of social change / edited by Bianca Fileborn, Rachel Loney-Howes
    HV 6625 M46 2019

  • The demographic and development divide in India a district-level analyses / Sanjay K. Mohanty, Udaya S. Mishra, Rajesh L. Chauhan, editors

  • Theory beyond structure and agency : introducing the metric/nonmetric distinction / Jean-Sébastien Guy
    HM 585 G89 2019

  • New international frontiers in child sexual abuse : theory, problems and progress / Ben Mathews
    HV 6570 M38 2019

  • Articulating intersex a crisis at the intersection of scientific facts and social ideals / Natalie Delimata

  • Karl Marx's life, ideas, and influences a critical examination on the bicentenary / Shaibal Gupta, Marcello Musto, Babak Amini, editors

  • Scientific discovery in the social sciences Mark Addis, Peter C.R. Lane, Peter D. Sozou, Fernand Gobet, editors

  • Philosophy and child poverty reflections on the ethics and politics of poor children and their families / Nicolas Brando, Gottfried Schweiger, editors

  • Marxism versus Liberalism : Comparative Real-Time Political Analysis / August H. Nimtz
    HX 73 N55 2019

  • Managing Chinese-African business interactions growing intercultural competence in organizations / Claude-Hélène Mayer, Lynette Louw, Christian Martin Boness, editors

  • Post-Yugoslav queer festivals Sanja Kajinić

  • Digital political participation, social networks and big data : disintermediation in the era of Web 2.0 / José Manuel Robles-Morales, Ana María Córdoba-Hernández
    HM 742 R63 2019

  • Communication in the era of attention scarcity / Waddick Doyle and Claudia Roda, editors
    HM 1206 C66 2019

  • Henry George and how growth in real estate contributes to inequality and financial instability / Edward Nell
    HB 119 G4N45 2019

  • Opportunities and challenges in development essays for Sarmila Banerjee / Simanti Bandyopadhyay, Mousumi Dutta, editors

  • The Palgrave international handbook of basic income Malcolm Torry, editor
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