In The Theory of Value, Capital and Interest, Branko Horvat puts forward a new economic theory, relevant to real-world economics. This radical and innovative book deals with the economy as a system which includes producers, consumers and a social regulating agency, rather than simply as an aggregate of individuals.
This timely and important book assesses the impact of legislation on public interest disclosures internationally, as well as setting an agenda for future research on whistleblowing. Combining both theoretical and practical methods, this unique book offers a detailed examination of some of the key statutory provisions in the UK and explores the way courts have interpreted them. The expert contributors compare the UK model with the different approaches taken in Australia, the US as well as the rest of Europe, and focus on the lessons that can be learned from the current practice of whistleblowing. They evaluate the contents and application of confidential reporting/whistleblowing procedures, and draw upon significant empirical research. This book will be of great interest to academics, postgraduate students, practitioners and policymakers in the fields of employment law, human resource management, business ethics and corporate governance.
"Interest Rate Derivatives" describes: Pricing methods; Application, structuring and valuation of interest rate and Cross currency Swap and interest Options; Methods of managing interest rate exposure; and, Trading and hedging strategies and their application in portfolio management. Basic interest rate mathematics are explored and built upon to delve into a more complex development of interest rate derivatives in general. This work is accompanied by a CD and gives you a unique stand-alone product which serves as a major reference guide on interest rate derivatives. The book itself is developed around a user-friendly excel based pricing system helping you to better understand the content by applying the theory to real life pricing. This allows you to use the book as an initial reference or learning tool to see how the maths work and leaves you with a practical calculation tool. Recommended for all financial and corporate treasury staff, MBA students, graduates and anyone looking for a mathematical guide to the practical pricing and modelling of interest rate derivatives.
Julie Fulton's debut chapbook, "In Search of the Afterglow", is a collection of poetry that centers around resilience in the face of adversity. While exploring life's many struggles such as depression, death, and uncertainty, Julie writes with a hopefulness for the future to give the reader her own unique spin on everyday problems.
Despite no conclusive evidence, there is widespread belief that the high interest rates of the 1980s and 1990s in the developed world have been caused by high budget deficits.
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