Category: humanities & Economics

Future-proofing―Valuing Adaptability, Flexibility, Convertibility and Options

Future-proofing―Valuing Adaptability, Flexibility, Convertibility and Options: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach  This book presents a unifying approach to the valuation of incorporated flexibility. Flexibility, in general terms, recognizes future uncertainty and refers to being proactive now so as to secure the future possibility of being able to adapt, convert, or generally introduce a change, if it is

The Paradox of Punishment

The Paradox of Punishment: Reflections on the Economics of Criminal Justice This book explores the insights that can be gained by looking at the criminal justice system from an economic point of view. It provides an economic analysis of the institutional structure and function of the criminal justice system, how its policies are formulated, and how

CFA 2020: Level I, Volume 6, Alternative Investments and Portfolio Managment

CFA 2020: Level I, Volume 6, Alternative Investments and Portfolio Managment Customize your investment management and analysis courses with the CFA Program curriculum. Organized into three levels, this valuable content is the curriculum for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exam and covers the concepts and skills your students will use throughout their careers, bridging academic

CFA Program Curriculum 2020 Level I Volume 3: Financial Reporting and Analysis

CFA Program Curriculum 2020 Level I Volume 3: Financial Reporting and Analysis The same official curricula that CFA Program candidates receive with program registration is now publicly available for purchase. CFA Program Curriculum 2019 Level I, Volumes 1-6 provides the complete Level I curriculum for the 2019 exam, delivering the Candidate Body of Knowledge (CBOK)

Fundamentals of Public Budgeting and Finance

Fundamentals of Public Budgeting and Finance Budgeting is probably the single most important function in government, considering the amount of money a government spends each year on various expenditure programs and activities, as well as the time it spends in preparing the budget, appropriating funds for these activities and, finally, executing them. This book integrates