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Publication Date: 2021
Economic Indicators for Professionals by
We are bombarded with economic numbers: unemployment, retail sales, inflation, GDP--the list goes on and on. Some analyst or another is constantly telling us about an obscure statistic that is the key to our future, or is apparently the indicator that the "Fed" will be using to key off its decisions. With economic numbers playing such a central role in the national and world dialogue on policy and markets, and spilling over into the political arena, a broad review of what they are all about is timely. This book reviews the critical US economic data, and how one may put the numbers into an intellectual structure that will depict evolving economic reality. The work is aimed at those who want and need to get some understanding about how the data contributes to a big picture of the economy and guides policy. The objective is for the reader to grasp the overall logic of the data--how each piece of the puzzle contributes to our understanding of the overall economy. This is the way the Fed looks at the numbers. There are other books that go through the economic numbers, but they do so in a "bottom-up" fashion, describing a series in some detail and adding something about how financial markets may respond to it. This book naturally has considerable discussion of series, but views them as part of the overall mosaic, not items of fundamental interest in themselves.
Publication Date: 2018-08-15
Women and Global Entrepreneurship by
Entrepreneurship in context has been described as the third wave in entrepreneurship research. Accordingly, specific socio-economic, political, market, and institutional contexts are key to fostering, enabling, and enacting entrepreneurial activity and behaviours. These contexts shape everyday entrepreneurship experiences. This book is based on the premise that how gender is articulated within the entrepreneurial debate has to acknowledge context. However, context is not a construct that only applies to those economies and situations that differ from the presumed norm of Western developed nations. Adopting a more critical appraisal of how context is positioned within current theorizing around gender and entrepreneurial behaviours offers potential to progress debate whilst acknowledging that competing and contrasting contextual influences require clearer recognition. This book, therefore, has the potential to unearth credible and robust approaches to further examining contextualisation and women entrepreneurship that advances new insights. By exploring and examining how contextual influences shape women's entrepreneurship, this book challenges the assumption that women entrepreneurship is the same throughout the world. It will be of value to researchers, academics, and students with an interest in entrepreneurship, political economy, economics, and public policy.
Publication Date: 2021-04-05
Women's Social Entrepreneurship: Case Studies From the United Kingdom by
Women's social entrepreneurship has been proved to alleviate poverty and in parallel to promote gender equality. This book introduces a useful analysis of the field, investigating the emerging phenomenon of women's social entrepreneurship from both a conceptual and empirical perspective. The book is based on the premise that how gender is articulated within the entrepreneurial debate has to acknowledge context. Seven case studies are presented and, through them, the importance of women's social entrepreneurship for job creation is revealed. A complemented layout of activities is also provided to reinforce the business spirit of women's social entrepreneurship. Finally, the book provides suggestions and educational programmatical alterations for policy makers, which are needed to be invoked for the endorsement of women's social entrepreneurship. This book will be of interest to undergraduate and postgraduate students who study social entrepreneurship, to social entrepreneurship scholars and to the international academic library market in particular.
Publication Date: 2023
The Product Manager's Desk Reference, Third Edition by
Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The definitive guide to product management--updated for a more digital, more global, more competitive business landscape The digital age is here to stay. That means the pace of business change will only increase and competitive forces will challenge you, and your role as a product manager. This is the book that provides the only definitive body of knowledge of product management that you and your product teams can use to optimize your product's business. The Product Manager's Desk Reference has long been the go-to resource for product managers who seek to deliver quantifiable benefits to their company. In this fully revised edition of this bestseller, veteran product management thought leader Steven Haines lays out a repeatable process for product management organizational transformation, providing a clear roadmap you can follow to become the entrepreneurial strategic thinker who can drive your organization (and your career) into the future! As an added benefit, all readers will have access to digital tools, templates, and guides to help them on their career journey, simply by going to www.sequentlearning.com/community. Packed with important updates and revisions, The Product Manager's Desk Reference, Third Edition provides essential advice on: Companies with portfolio of digital and traditional products Utilization of various development methods (waterfall and agile) Product design methods to deliver better user experiences Strategic thinking and business analysis Cross-functional product team collaboration Product portfolio management and product discontinuation Room for error in today's fast-paced business environment shrinks by the minute. Packed with an array of new tools, techniques, and best practices--along with an explicit emphasis on data, analytics, and product performance--this new edition of the definitive product management resource is a timely and actionable guide to kicking your product management strategies into high gear.
Publication Date: 2021-04-29
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