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Finance Management (66,069 Books)


Financial management entails planning for the future of a person or a business enterprise to ensure a positive cash flow. It includes the administration and maintenance of financial assets. Besides, financial management covers the process of identifying and managing risks.

 
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The Economic Effects of 9/11: A Retrospective Assessment

By: Gail Makinen

Excerpt: On the morning of September 11, 2001, a small group of dedicated fanatics hijacked four commercial airplanes in flight, crashed three of them into buildings symbolic in various ways of what they found offensive about the United States, and changed the course of American history. Shortly after this occurred, a group of CRS analysts was called upon to assess the possible effects of the terrorist attacks on the U.S. economy and the ability of the government to deal...

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Advisory Committee on I...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

Agenda Item Purpose/Action Presider/Presenter(s) February 21 8: 30 Welcome Dr. J. Modlin (Chair, ACIP) Disclosure by Committee Members Dr. D. Snider (CDC, OD) 9: 00 Influenza vaccine Information Dr. Carolyn Bridges (NCID,DVRD) U.S. influenza surveillance summary Discussion Dr. N. Cox (NCID, DVRD) International update and vaccine selection Decision Dr. K. Fukuda (NCID,DVRD) for 2001-2002 influenza season 2001-2002 Control and Prevention of Influenza Recommendations...

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Managing Elevated Blood Lead Levels Among Young Children : Recomme...

By: Birt Harvey, M. D.

Foreword: The overall reduction in childhood lead levels over the last three decades has been one of the great environmental health success stories in this country. However, our goal has not yet been reached. There are still far too many lower-income children living in older housing who are being hurt by elevated blood lead levels. The public health, housing, and environmental communities must continue to work together to eliminate the threat of lead poisoning for our future...

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Digitizing Cultural Resources : A Practical Guide for Public Libraries

By: Josephine Bryant

Professional Publication

Executive Summary: The digitization phenomenon in public libraries is firmly established and continues to grow rapidly. While traditional media continue to enjoy high use, the public constantly demands the adoption of new methods of communication and information transmission. As locally situated information institutions, public libraries are singularly positioned to offer unique content to the digital realm. Local historical resources are particularly excellent candidate...

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The Personalization Challenge in Public Libraries : Perspectives a...

By: Dr. Christopher Chia

Professional Publication

Abstract: When we think of personalization or personalized Web content, most of us think of home pages like My Yahoo! or My AltaVista. However, those personalized pages are usually only additional features limited to the content offered on that particular site. This research goes beyond understanding personalization to an examination of different perspectives in view of which personalization should be applied to the library environment. It also provides concrete examples...

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History of the Christian Church, Volume VI : The Middle Ages. A. D...

By: Philip Schaff

Religious Publication

Preface: This volume completes the history of the Church in the Middle Ages. Dr. Philip Schaff on one occasion spoke of the Middle Ages as a terra incognita in the United States,?a territory not adequately explored. These words would no longer be applicable, whether we have in mind the instruction given in our universities or theological seminaries. In Germany, during the last twenty years, the study of the period has been greatly developed, and no period at the present ...

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Introductory and Explanatory Text Public Elementary-Secondary Educ...

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

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Introductory and Explanatory Text Public Elementary-Secondary Educ...

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

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Addressing Correctional Officer Stress : Programs and Strategies

By: Peter Finn

Legal Reference Publication

Foreword: Stress among correctional officers is widespread, according to research studies and anecdotal evidence. The threat of inmate violence against officers, actual violence committed by inmates, inmate demands and manipulation, and problems with coworkers are conditions that officers have reported in recent years can cause stress. These factors, combined with understaffing, extensive overtime, rotating shift work, low pay, poor public image, and other sources of str...

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World Health Organization : Year 2002 ; Communicable Diseases and ...

By: Desmond M. Tutu

Medical Reference Publication

Foreword by Desmond Tutu When I was only fifteen years old, I was struck down with tuberculosis and had to spend nearly two years in hospital. I had always wanted to be a physician, and when I contracted tuberculosis, this intention was strengthened. I was filled with a remarkable zeal to undertake the quest for a cure to end this scourge that had afflicted me. Although I did not fulfil my wish to become a doctor, I have since been inspired by many others who did. They a...

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