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  • Cesaire, Aime; Pinkham, Joan (MONTHLY REVIEW PRESS, 1995)
    Aime Cesaire's Discourse on Colonialism might be best described as a declaration of war. I would almost call it a "third world manifesto," but hesitate because it is primarily a polemic against the old order bereft of ...
  • NORTON, PETER (McGraw-Hill Education, 2006)
    In basic terms, a computer is an electronic device that processes data, converting it into information that is useful to people. Any computer—regardless of its type—is controlled by programmed instructions, which give ...
  • J ACOBS, F . R OBERT; C HASE, R I CHARD B . (McGraw-Hill Education, 2006)
    Operations and supply chain management (OSCM) is a key element in the improvement in productivity in business around the world. Establishing a competitive advantage through operations requires an understanding of how the ...
  • Boyd, Denise; Bee, Helen (PEARSON EDUCATION LIMITED, 2015)
    VISION In addition to presbyopia (farsightedness), late adulthood can bring other vision defects due to body changes. For example, blood flow to the eye decreases (perhaps as a side effect of atherosclerosis), which ...
  • Atrill, Peter; McLaney, Eddie (PEARSON EDUCATION LIMITED, 1999)
    The main focus of the text is on the ways in which financial statements and information can improve the quality of decision making. To ensure that readers understand the practical implications of the subject, there are,
  • Unknown author (McGraw-Hill Education, 2009)
    Connect is a digital teaching and learning environment that improves student performance over a variety of critical outcomes; it is easy to use; and it is proven effective
  • GRay, Peter; Bjorklund, David F. (Worth Publishers, 2002)
    Sensation and Perception, is about the processes through which the brain or mind gathers information about the outside world. It contains Chapter 7, Smell, Taste, Pain, Hearing, and Psychophysics
  • Taha, Hamdy A. (© Pearson Education Limited 2017, 2017)
    The first formal activities of Operations Research (OR) were initiated in England during World War II, when a team of British scientists set out to assess the best utilization of war materiel based on scientific principles ...
  • WILLIAMS, JAN R.; HAKA, SUSAN F.; BETTNER, MARK S.; CARCELLO, JOSEPH V. (McGraw-Hill Education, 2010)
    “This is a well balanced textbook that encompasses many issues, yet provides them in a precise, readable, and orderly fashion to students. The extent of the realworld examples makes this edition clearly a superior choice
  • Needles, Belverd E. Jr; Powers, Marian; Crosson, Susan V. (South-Western, Cengage Learning, 2011)
    The most common receivables are accounts receivable and notes receivable. The allowance method is used to apply accrual accounting to the valuation of accounts receivable. Proper disclosure in the financial statements ...
  • Gray, Rob; Adams, Carol A.; Owen, Dave (PEARSON EDUCATION LIMITED, 2014)
    Business organisations are often considered in a relatively constrained systems perspective. But business is a complex system, comprising many components and operating within and interacting with a complex array of social ...
  • Drury, Colin (Cengage Learning, 2017)
    Feedback relating to previous editions has indicated that one of the major advantages of this book has been the comprehensive treatment of management accounting. Some readers, however, will not require a comprehensive ...
  • Boyd, Denise; Bee, Helen (PEARSON EDUCATION LIMITED, 2015)
    The numbered learning objective questions are now more prominent in the seventh edition. These objectives are listed in the chapter opener, called out in their corresponding sections, and repeated in the chapter summary ...
  • Unknown author (Andrew Ashwin, 2013)
    This first section of the book is intended to provide context and background to the world in which financial reporting takes place. Many management students may never previously have come across accounting nor have any ...
  • Wright, Charlotte J.; Gallun, Rebecca A. (PennWell Corporation, 2008)
    Traditionally, oil and gas operations have been classified as being either upstream or downstream. Upstream activities include exploration, acquisition, drilling, developing, and producing oil and gas
  • Pozar, David M. (1998)
    Antenna gain is proportional to the electrical size of the antenna. At higher frequencies, more antenna gain can be obtained for a given physical antenna size, and this has important consequences when implementing microwave ...
  • Alexander, Charles K.; Sadiku, Matthew N. O (McGraw-Hill Education, 2000)
    A course in circuit analysis is perhaps the first exposure students have to electrical engineering. This is also a place where we can enhance some of the skills that they will later need as they learn how to design.
  • Janssens, Wim; Wijnen, Katrien; De Pelsmacker, Patrick (PEARSON EDUCATION LIMITED, 2008)
    Statistical procedures are a ‘sore point’ in every day marketing research. Usually there is very little knowledge about how the proper statistical procedures should be used and even less about how they should be ...
  • SCHOENEBECK, KAREN P.; HOLTZMAN, MARK P. (PEARSON EDUCATION LIMITED, 2004)
    This book introduces a financial statement analysis approach to the first course in accounting. As we developed this new approach, we identified two fundamental skills that students should learn in the first accounting course
  • Slack, Nigel; Chambers, Stuart; Johnston, Robert (PEARSON EDUCATION LIMITED, 1995)
    The physical design of an operation should have provided the fixed resources which are capable of satisfying customers’ demands. Planning and control is concerned with operating those resources on a day-to-day basis and ...

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