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Emerging Workforce Trends in the U.S. Energy and Mining IndustriesFrom $135.8
Energy and mineral resources are essential for the nation's fundamental functions, its economy, and security. Nonfuel minerals are essential for the existence and operations of products that are used by people every day and are provided by various sectors of the mining industry. Energy in the United States is provided from a variety of resources including fossil fuels, and renewable and nuclear energy, all with established commercial industry bases. The United States is the largest electric power producer in the world. The overall value added to the U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) in 2011 by major industries that consumed processed nonfuel mineral materials was $2.2 trillion. Recognizing the importance of understanding the state of the energy and mining workforce in the United States to assure a trained and skilled workforce of sufficient size for the future, the Department of Energy's (DOE's) National Energy technology Laboratory (NETL) contracted with the National Research Council (NRC) to perform a study of the emerging workforce trends in the U.S. energy and mining industries. Emerging Workforce Trends in the U.S.Energy and Mining Industries: A Call to Action summarizes the findings of this study.
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Die Kundenzielgruppe der LOHAS (Lifestyle on Health and Sustainability) gewinnt in nahezu allen Branchen zunehmend an Bedeutung. Das Phanomen der LOHAS breitet sich aus. Um das Erfolgspotenzial, das in dieser Zielgruppe steckt, vollstandig zu nutzen, sind Marketing & Kommunikation, Vertrieb, Produkt- und Kundenmanagement an den Bedurfnissen dieser Zielgruppe auszurichten. Dies fangt bei der strategischen Zielsetzung inklusive der Bestimmung des Marktpotentials an. Daran anschliessend sind die potenziellen LOHAS-Kunden zu identifizieren und geeignete LOHAS-Produkte zu gestalten. Darauf aufbauend sind zielgerichtete Marktbearbeitungsinstrumente fur Marketing, Vertrieb und Kundenmanagement zu gestalten. Dabei erhebt das Buch den Anspruch, ein vollstandiges Awendungskonzept mit praxiserprobten Instrumenten zu liefern. Das Buch liefert neben einer umfangreichen Diskussion des Phanomens der LOHAS konkrete Handlungsempfehlungen und Tools fur eine erfolgreiche Segmentierung und Bearbeitung der Zielgruppe der LOHAS
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The Municipal Finance Handbook conveys a fascinating, rich, and vigorous story on municipal finances to help local government practitioners, particularly staff of medium and large cities, in improving strategic management. The book aimed to be a basic learning instrument for local officers; however, central government staff, municipal consultants, and even university students will presumably find it very useful. The book is a good combination of theory, pragmatic how-to advices, and best practices derived from global experiences, many gained in World Bank projects. Studying trough examples and from city stories and guiding the readers by honestly explained real-life situation with simple numeric illustrations, summary comparative tables, and cases, and then telling what has worked and what has not, are among the prime didactic principles of this book. The eight chapters provide for a very comprehensive picture on municipal finances and exceptionally broad scope in the light of the comparable literature.The chapters cover an overview of fiscal decentralisation and intergovernmental finances; a glimpse into managing metropolises; detailed discussions on municipal financial management, managing local revenue, managing local expenditures, managing local assets, and managing external resources. Finally the book discusses performance measurement and provides for a tool for financial self-assessment. Practitioners seek ideas and tools on managing finances, because they are under pressure due to global crises and because devolution of responsibilities happened without adequate transfer of resources. Some municipalities have opportunities to access external funds without knowledge about how to tap in by programming priority investments, preparing fundable projects; and enhancing creditworthiness. The book advocates sound municipal management which requires improved governance
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Absence of Arbitrage ValuationFrom $164.95
Theoretical finance has always recognized the power of the simple dominance argument in valuing bond prices, options, equity, and cash flow. Yet what remains unclear is how far a simple dominance framework, coupled with a minimum of equilibrium asset pricing theory, goes towards pricing assets and securities. Such a framework also extends to incomplete financial markets, which provides useful applications for using discounted cash flow valuation and absence of arbitrage valuation simultaneously.Absence of Arbitrage Valuation presents a unified asset pricing strategy through absence of arbitrage and applies this framework to such disparate fields as fixed income security pricing, foreign exchange spots, and forward rates. Glabadanidis argues that all valuation is relative and unique to the replicating portfolio argument from option pricing theory. This work reveals how absence of arbitrage valuation can be applied to bonds, international finance, and real options. Readers are also shown how this type of valuation can be applied to the pricing of new financial instruments, such as contingent convertible debt and weather derivatives.
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