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  • Advanced Microeconomic Theory (3e)

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    Advanced Microeconomic Theory remains a rigorous, standard in microeconomics, giving all the core mathematics and modern theory the advanced student must master. This student-friendly text, with its efficient theorem-proof organisation, and many examples and exercises, is uniquely effective in ... Read more >

  • Advanced Modern Macroeconomics: Analysis and application

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    Advanced Modern Macroeconomics, by Max Gillman, takes a new and modern approach to macroeconomic theory using microeconomic foundations. Building from the standard neo-classical models, Gillman has developed a new dynamic model which works to explain business cycles and unemployment, why you can hav... Read more >

  • Analytics in Healthcare and the Life Sciences VitalSource eText: Strategies, Implementation Methods, and Best Practices

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    When you buy a VitalSource eText you will receive your unique redemption code and instructions on how to access this product. Please note: VitalSource eTexts are available for download immediately and cannot be returned once purchased.Pearson VitalSource eTexts – digital books that fit your po... Read more >

  • Analytics in Healthcare and the Life Sciences: Strategies, Implementation Methods, and Best Practices

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    The US healthcare system is plagued by the world’s highest cost per capita, low quality of outcomes relative to other industrialised countries, poor efficiency, and ambivalence about accountability for the health and wellbeing of patients and clients. Analytics can provide powerful opportuniti... Read more >

  • Banquet of Consequences, A: The Reality of our Unusually Uncertain Economic Future

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    “The current environment of zero-cost money, concentrated bank power, and anaemic productive growth has coalesced not by accident or economic cycle but by wilful choice.  Das warns that without significant change, the only possible future holds dire consequences for all but an elite few. ... Read more >