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State, Market and Social Regulation
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Erscheinungsdatum: 23.09.2014, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: State, Market and Social Regulation, Titelzusatz: New Perspectives on Italy, Redaktion: Berger, Suzanne // Hirschman, Albert // Lange, Peter, Verlag: Cambridge University Press, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS // Development // Economic Development, Rubrik: Volkswirtschaft, Seiten: 308, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 628 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Maier, Charles S.: In Search of Stability
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Erscheinungsdatum: 08.03.2003, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: In Search of Stability, Titelzusatz: Explorations in Historical Political Economy, Autor: Maier, Charles S. // Charles S., Maier, Redaktion: Berger, Suzanne, Verlag: Cambridge University Press, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS // Development // Economic Development, Rubrik: Volkswirtschaft, Seiten: 304, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 622 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Stock Valuation of Berger Paints by Using Funda...
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Berger Paints Bangladesh Limited is the largest Paint manufacturer in Bangladesh. It has created a very effective and efficient distribution channel and manufacturing facilities with modern equipment distribution and skilled manpower. With the boom in real estate sector and other development and construction works it has widen the opportunity for paint business nationwide. This study comprises Stock valuation of Berger Paints Bangladesh Limited by using Fundamental analysis. The information I have collected on finance Department were gathered from the day to day work experience and discussion with my colleagues. Fundamental analysis is economic, industry, and company analysis that lead to valuation estimates for companies, which can be compared to market prices to aid in investment decisions. The stock valuation technique is explained here by using Dividend Discount Model (DDM) and Earning Multiplier Model (EMM). This model finds value and compares that with the market price of share. Also here is used the development of trading rules based on past price and volume data for individual stocks, the overall stock market analysis and also the Prices moves trends.

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Citizen Capitalism
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“This brave book, coming on the heels of the first author’s equally bold The Shareholder Value Myth, takes on an even bigger challenge. Its goal is to bring together civil engagement and corporate governance, free enterprise and cooperative participation, through the creation of a universal shareholder fund. Based on a mutual fund model, the proposal would broaden access, bend income distribution, and shift the leverage points in our political system away from oligarchic elites. Citizen Capitalism will contribute to the debate about the responsibility of the corporation for contributing to the public good as well as private profit.” — Sidney Tarrow, Emeritus Professor of Government, Cornell University, and author of Power in Movement   “This book offers a transformative plan to make corporate ownership and governance more inclusive. It attempts to harness corporate power and resources in the tackling of the challenges of poverty and empowerment. At the heart of the book is the relationship between corporations and society. Through their proposal, the authors strive for a synergic relationship benefiting society. With clinical precision and an extraordinary grasp of history, the book offers a brilliant diagnosis of critical issues facing the world in the field of corporate governance. This is an important and valuable book. It reminds us that the only legitimate end of corporate governance is the well-being of society.” —Muna Ndulo, Professor of Law; Elizabeth and Arthur Reich Director, Leo and Arvilla Berger International Legal Studies Program; Director of the Institute for African Development   “Corporations—like governments—play an essential role in the lives of every American. But most Americans have an extremely limited ability to influence corporate decision-making, and we all live with the consequences. Stout, Gramitto, and Belinfanti offer a bold and creative alternative: What if we had a tool that gave every American a say in how corporations are run—like a superpowered pension fund that made corporations accountable to more than the bottom line? This is a powerful and timely idea, and Citizen Capitalism makes the case extraordinarily well.” —Deborah N. Archer, Associate Professor of Clinical Law, New York University School of Law   “ Citizen Capitalism offers fresh thinking at a critical point in our understanding of the effects of shareholder capitalism—from scholars who effectively bridge theory and the practical world of investment, markets, and citizen communities. This book offers an audacious plan on how to use the rules of capitalism to address inequality. I strongly recommend it.” —Judy Samuelson, Executive Director, Business and Society Program, The Aspen Institute   “The very bold plan to democratize corporate governance detailed by Stout, Gramitto, and Belinfanti in Citizen Capitalism is sure to be controversial in some circles, but it will also catalyze long-overdue discussions about the role of business in our society. Read this book.” —Alice Korngold, Author of A Better World, Inc., and President and CEO, Korngold Consulting, LLC

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Citizen Capitalism
19,99 € *
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“This brave book, coming on the heels of the first author’s equally bold The Shareholder Value Myth, takes on an even bigger challenge. Its goal is to bring together civil engagement and corporate governance, free enterprise and cooperative participation, through the creation of a universal shareholder fund. Based on a mutual fund model, the proposal would broaden access, bend income distribution, and shift the leverage points in our political system away from oligarchic elites. Citizen Capitalism will contribute to the debate about the responsibility of the corporation for contributing to the public good as well as private profit.” — Sidney Tarrow, Emeritus Professor of Government, Cornell University, and author of Power in Movement   “This book offers a transformative plan to make corporate ownership and governance more inclusive. It attempts to harness corporate power and resources in the tackling of the challenges of poverty and empowerment. At the heart of the book is the relationship between corporations and society. Through their proposal, the authors strive for a synergic relationship benefiting society. With clinical precision and an extraordinary grasp of history, the book offers a brilliant diagnosis of critical issues facing the world in the field of corporate governance. This is an important and valuable book. It reminds us that the only legitimate end of corporate governance is the well-being of society.” —Muna Ndulo, Professor of Law; Elizabeth and Arthur Reich Director, Leo and Arvilla Berger International Legal Studies Program; Director of the Institute for African Development   “Corporations—like governments—play an essential role in the lives of every American. But most Americans have an extremely limited ability to influence corporate decision-making, and we all live with the consequences. Stout, Gramitto, and Belinfanti offer a bold and creative alternative: What if we had a tool that gave every American a say in how corporations are run—like a superpowered pension fund that made corporations accountable to more than the bottom line? This is a powerful and timely idea, and Citizen Capitalism makes the case extraordinarily well.” —Deborah N. Archer, Associate Professor of Clinical Law, New York University School of Law   “ Citizen Capitalism offers fresh thinking at a critical point in our understanding of the effects of shareholder capitalism—from scholars who effectively bridge theory and the practical world of investment, markets, and citizen communities. This book offers an audacious plan on how to use the rules of capitalism to address inequality. I strongly recommend it.” —Judy Samuelson, Executive Director, Business and Society Program, The Aspen Institute   “The very bold plan to democratize corporate governance detailed by Stout, Gramitto, and Belinfanti in Citizen Capitalism is sure to be controversial in some circles, but it will also catalyze long-overdue discussions about the role of business in our society. Read this book.” —Alice Korngold, Author of A Better World, Inc., and President and CEO, Korngold Consulting, LLC

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Stock Valuation of Berger Paints by Using Funda...
43,99 € *
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Berger Paints Bangladesh Limited is the largest Paint manufacturer in Bangladesh. It has created a very effective and efficient distribution channel and manufacturing facilities with modern equipment distribution and skilled manpower. With the boom in real estate sector and other development and construction works it has widen the opportunity for paint business nationwide. This study comprises Stock valuation of Berger Paints Bangladesh Limited by using Fundamental analysis. The information I have collected on finance Department were gathered from the day to day work experience and discussion with my colleagues. Fundamental analysis is economic, industry, and company analysis that lead to valuation estimates for companies, which can be compared to market prices to aid in investment decisions. The stock valuation technique is explained here by using Dividend Discount Model (DDM) and Earning Multiplier Model (EMM). This model finds value and compares that with the market price of share. Also here is used the development of trading rules based on past price and volume data for individual stocks, the overall stock market analysis and also the Prices moves trends.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 10.12.2019
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