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Letter Writing: Suggestions, Precepts and Examples for the Conduct of Business and Social Correspondence (Revised Edition 1911)
1 Letter Writing: Suggestions, Precepts and Examples for the Conduct of Business and Social Correspondence (Revised Edition 1911)
Penn Publishing CO. 1911-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1902 by Penn Publishing CO. with 224 pages. The text has about 25 pages with scattered notations. The pages are toned. The pages are moderately foxed especially along the edges. The corners are bumped. Previous owners name present. The binding is weak as the hinges are weakened. There is heavy shelf and edgewear. The spine panel above the rear gutter has a 3 inch closed tear. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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Inscribed How to Tell What You Know A Handbook for Management Men Arthur Secord, Arthur Secord
2 Arthur Secord Inscribed How to Tell What You Know A Handbook for Management Men Arthur Secord
New York, NY The American Press 1956 5th Printing Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This Inscribed hardcover book is the 5th printing of the First Edition published in 1956 by The American Press with 72 pages. Inscribed by the author to Lawrence Actor on 1-12-70. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The dust jacket is heavily worn around the edges with several closed tears, chips, scuffing and creasing. The inside flaps of the dust jacket are corner clipped. The page edges are toned. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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SIGNED Face to Face Selling Bart Breighner the art of creative confrontation first printing 1985 hardback, Bart Breighner
3 Bart Breighner SIGNED Face to Face Selling Bart Breighner the art of creative confrontation first printing 1985 hardback
Arden Glen Press 1985-01-01 Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover 
This hardcover book is the STATED FIRST PRINTING that was published in 1985 by the Arden Glen Press with 176 pages. Signed with a general inscription on the front free endpaper. The text has 15 pages with some faint highlighting. The binding is sound. No dust jacket. The pages are toned. The dust jacket is moderately worn around the edges with several small closed tears and some creasing. The front cover has a few small dampstains on it. The bottom page edges are dampstained at the corner. 
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The Keynesian System Millar Lectures No4 David McCord Wright Economics HB 2ndPRT, David McCord Wright
4 David McCord Wright The Keynesian System Millar Lectures No4 David McCord Wright Economics HB 2ndPRT
Fordham University Press 1964 First Edition Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book is the SECOND PRINTING of the FIRST EDITION that was published in 1964 by the Fordham University Press with 104 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. The covers are sunned around the edges. No dust jacket. The rear top corner is bumped. The spine panel near the rear hinge has a one inch closed tear. CONTEMPORARY ECONOMISTS, when handling problems of income determination, economic fluctuations and economic growth, almost exclusively treat those problems within the Keynesian income-ex-penditure analytical framework. Even those economists who reject many of the Keynesian hypotheses concerning income determination, nevertheless use the Keynesian framework as a tool of analysis......Keynes, writing in the mid-1930's, rewrote the right-hand side of the equation of exchange, breaking down PQ into its expenditures components: consumption and investment. By so doing Keynes was able to focus our attention upon some of the underlying causes of the depression of the 1930's, namely, consumption and investment demand insufficient to maintain full employment. The postwar world, however, is not that of the mid-1930's. The economic problems of our generation are those of inflation and economic growth. These problems, while discussed within a Keynesian framework of analysis, call for economic models having assumptions different from those of Keynes and his followers......The basic Keynesian model states that output in the economy will be determined by consumption, investment and government demand for goods and services. Consumption is a function of output. Government expenditures are autonomous. Investment demand is a function of the rate of interest and the marginal efficiency of capital. The rate of interest is determined by the demand for and supply of speculative cash balances. Since consumption is determined by the level of output, and the investment schedule is relatively interest-inelastic, output and employment will not be affected significantly by monetary policy. Fiscal policy is therefore viewed as the principal means of either increasing or decreasing total demand, and consequently output in the economy......The preceding description of the basic Keynesian model and of its policy implications is, surprisingly enough, still held by many economists today. Theoretical and empirical developments of the last decade tend to cast considerable doubt as to the validity of this model. Recent studies tend to show that the investment schedule under many circumstances may be quite responsive to interest rate changes. Other work, done principally by contemporary quantity theorists, shows the consumption function to be unstable. Refinement of the analysis of the wealth and real balances effects has demonstrated the invalidity of the Keynesian theoretical argument that less than full employment equilibrium is possible even with flexible prices.......All of these considerations do not tend to lessen the significance of the Keynesian revolution for economics. This revolution has caused us to consider afresh alternative economic policies, has led to an intensive analysis of consumption and investment behavior, and has laid the groundwork for our present day empirical research and theory in macro-economics......Professor David McCord Wright in this series of Moorhouse I. X. Millar Lectures makes an important contribution to our understanding of Keynesian economics and its limitations. Professor Wright sets forth for us quite succinctly the basic tenets of Keynesian analysis. He explores the shortcomings of these tenets, asking whether such rigid assumptions as the mechanical linkage of consumption and investment, the "freezing" of the economic system technologically, culturally and socially, and the "saturation" of capital, are adequate to explain the economics of our changing world. Keynes himself toward the end of his life, as Professor Wright demonstrates, felt that modifications in his framework of analysis were necessary to cope with emerging economic problems of the postwar world. As Professor Wright himself puts it, ". . . Keynes the man, as distinguished from Keynes the myth, would have recognized all these problems, and reinterpreted his system toward growth rather than simple spending.".....In developing this set of lectures, Professor Wright has performed a useful function for the profession. The student and scholar of economics will find here a penetrating analysis of the nature and limitations of Keynesian economics......Sincere acknowledgment is made of the substantial assistance of the Relm Foundation of Ann Arbor, Michigan, for the Millar Lecture of 1961 and for this publication.JOHN J. KLEIN, Associate Professor of Economics 
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Race to Recruit Strategies for Successful Business Attraction Evaluation Planning Forman & Mooney, Forman & Mooney
5 Forman & Mooney Race to Recruit Strategies for Successful Business Attraction Evaluation Planning Forman & Mooney
0787227781 / 9780787227784 Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company 1996-01-01 Paperback Used: Very Good Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 1996 by Kendall-Hunt with 213 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. 
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McGraw Hill Book Company 1937 Third Edition Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book is the Third Edition that was published in 1937 by the McGraw Hill Book Company with 833 pages. The text contains about 300 pages with scattered underlining, notes and notation in pencil and pen. The binding is sound. No dust jacket. The pages are toned with scattered foxing. Previous owners name present. There are eight straight pen lines written on the foredge. The corners are bumped. PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION:The early thirties were years of depression, and the middle thirties those of recovery. Great economic changes were followed by a flood of social legislation. Both called for a complete revision of all textbooks in economics.The general plan adopted in the second edition of "Economic Problems of Modern Life" has been followed in the third edition, but the material has been completely rewritten. New sections and chapters have been added, covering recent developments in finance, agriculture, industry, labor relations, and world movements.Introductory material, which is necessary for beginning students, is contained in Part I. It is especially designed for those who wish to introduce the study of economics by a survey of concrete problems and to follow later with an analysis of abstract theory. Those classes which study economic principles first and economic problems later may well omit Part I, which contains material already covered in detail.The authors desire to express their appreciation of the helpful cooperation of Professors W. C. Plummer and R. A. Young and other teachers of economics in the College of Arts and Sciences of the University of Pennsylvania for their numerous excellent criticisms and suggestions. They are equally appreciative of the contributions made to this revision by Professor Ira B. Cross of the University of California.Professor Domenico Vittorini, of the Department of Romance Languages of the University of Pennsylvania, made valuable suggestions, many of which were incorporated in Chap. XXXVIII. Miss Leah T. Cadbury read the entire proof with meticulous care and clarified many points in the text. The authors are deeply indebted to both Professor Vittorini and Miss Cadbury.S. H. P. K. W. H. S. PHILADELPHIA, PA., 
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NEW The Power of Positive Audio CD Thinking in Business: The Roadmap to Peak Performance, Ventrella, Scott W.; Ventrella, Scott W. [Reader]
7 Ventrella, Scott W.; Ventrella, Scott W. [Reader] NEW The Power of Positive Audio CD Thinking in Business: The Roadmap to Peak Performance
0743518101 / 9780743518109 Simon & Schuster Audio 2001-05-01 Audio CD New Audio CD 
This unopened brand new audio book was published in 2001 by Simon and Schuster. One of the most powerful forces in business today is the positive psychology movement—overcoming self-defeating attitudes and developing our talents and positive traits. Much of the new thinking stems directly from the concepts in Norman Vincent Peale's classic bestseller, The Power of Positive Thinking, which has sold over 22 million copies.After years of extensive research with the Peale Center and Scott W. Ventrella major corporations nationwide, Scott Ventrella has adapted these concepts to form a systematic program for people in business so that they can achieve greater levels of personal and professional performance. This audiobook provides a practical way for each of us to actually develop and strengthen the ten traits of a positive thinker.The Power of Positive Thinking in Business encourages businesspeople at all levels, disciplines, and functions within an organization to concentrate on objective, rational thinking instead of self-limiting beliefs and negative self-talk. The result is an increased ability to deal effectively with tough situations and difficult people, in both business environments and personal lives. Together, rational thinking and the ten traits of a positive thinker can turn defeatist behavior into productive actions that will overcome the toughest of challenges with powerful, positive results. 
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