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Applied Economics
Applied Economics
Pages: 670
Price: £ 40,49
Lang.: English
Highly praised over ten editions for its clear presentation, its broad coverage of economic topics and its unique blend of theory and application, the eleventh edition of Applied Economics continues the traditi
Active Portfolio Managemen
Active Portfolio Management : A quantative approach for producing superior returns and selecting superior money managers
Pages: 596
Price: £ 28,19
Lang.: English
"Active Portfolio Management, 2nd Edition" is written and revised by two of today's top investment theorists. It outlines a highly rigorous approach for understanding and profiting from active investment. Featu
The 100 Best Stocks You Ca
The 100 Best Stocks You Can Buy, 2009 100 Best Stocks You Can Buy, 2009 (100 Best Stocks You Can Buy) (100 Best Stocks You Can Buy)
Pages: 368
Price: £ 8,99
Lang.: English
For over a decade, readers have turned to John Slatter’s classic book for advice on which stocks to pick for maximum return on their investment. Now Slatter again offers his advice and insights on the 100 sto
Hedge Funds and Operationa
Hedge Funds and Operational Risk: A Guide to Best Practice
Pages: 159
Price: £ 227,05
Lang.: English
In this book, the author provides investors with information to rate the hedge funds' risk infrastructures from 1 (worse) to 4 (best). It is an independent tool to assess if hedge funds' managers have been ne
Options Explained (Finance
Options Explained (Finance  &  capital markets series)
Pages: 621
Price: £ 118,75
Lang.: English
Unlike most books on derivative products, Options Explained 2 is a practical guide, covering theoretical concepts only where they are essential to applying options on a wide variety of assets. Written with the
The Smartest Guys in the R
The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Amazing Rise and Scandalous Fall of Enron
Pages: 464
Price: £ 6,99
Lang.: English
What went wrong with American business at the end of the 20th century? Until the spring of 2001, Enron epitomized the triumph of the New Economy. Feared by rivals, worshipped by investors, Enron seemingly could