Administrative Law Agencies: What they Do, How they are Controlled, Unlocking the Mystery of Administrative Law is a text written for college students taking an introductory course in Administrative Law. The text is organized into three parts: creation of agencies, what agencies do, and how agencies are controlled. This organization brings clarity to the subject matter and allows students to f... read more
Widely used and respected, this book has been adopted by hundreds of colleges in the U.S. and Canada since its first inception. "The Human Side of Organizations" delivers complete, up-to-date, practical information on how people behave in organizations, how organizations and job design affect behavior at work, and how change impacts the business organization. This new edition strives to make m... read more
Brainy pharmaceutical research scientist Julia Alvarez is horrified when she discovers the body of her murdered colleague, shot by a mysterious assailant. Then she encounters Max Reilly, the bad-boy homicide detective who’s been assigned to the case. Julia can't imagine that this sexy detective, the bad boy she admired from afar years ago, would ever be interested in a lady scientist. Despite ... read more
The fifth edition of Maurice D. Levi’s classic textbook has been updated to incorporate the massive changes in the world of international finance of the past few years. In particular, the emergence of new markets is given broad coverage – particularly the rise to financial prominence of China and India and other growth economies in Asia and elsewhere. Key features of the book include: the impa... read more
Joyce Barrett always thought she was meant to do something extraordinary. When her plan for her life fails, she finds herself working at an Irish restaurant and pub in small town Indiana. As she adjusts to her new life, she faces the choice of holding to the broken dreams or finding joy . . . in the ordinary.
This Third Edition will guide readers to transform their career. Readers will be rewarded with wonderful relationships with bosses, coworkers, and peers. After the Revolution: The Radically Changing Paralegal World; Firing Up Commitment for Strategic Career Planning; Educating Paralegals; Talking the Talk; Paralegal Careers in the New Millennium; When to Say NO to Your Dream Job; Cutting-Edge ... read more
This book brings the drama of the American Revolution to the reader in a more relatable life, that of John Haslet, an Irish immigrant who became a husband, father, community leader, passionate advocate of the Patriot Cause, and a war hero.
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