This special edition of Contemporary Studies in Economics and Financial Analysis offers a selection of carefully curated chapters from invited participants in the International Applied Social Science Congress 4-6 April 2019.
In these chapters, expert authors tackle issues across a variety of economic and financial disciplines. Chapters include: the role of bankruptcy risk prediction in assuring the financial performance of Romanian industrial capitals; the effects of female employment on economic growth; perceived
exchange rates and exchange rate management techniques; the European Union’s anti-discrimination laws in sport; bank stability in Latvia; and many more.
With vigorous academic rigour, the authors and editors to this volume bring to life a wide variety of economic and financial discussions, from theory to practice. For any financial or economic researcher, student, or practitioner, this is an unmissable volume of research.
Migration Practice as Creative Practice: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Migration presents an in-depth evaluation of the contributions made by migrants to modern socio-economic structures.
Leading with discussion of the historical construction of migration and what it signifies in the modern globalised economies, an interdisciplinary range of contributors examine the interaction of migrants with new cultures, as well as migrants’ acculturation into the new environments and what
that signifies for community relations. The book also discusses the creative energies that migrant inject in the economic structures in both private and public spheres.
Migration Practice as Creative Practice shows particular interest to how migrants use their social lives, lived experiences, and the process of identity formation, as well as their histories and families to inject positive ‘newness’ into host cultural and economic architectures. It calls
for more creative ways of researching migrant movements and lived experiences, and brings to life the different ways of approaching migrant research for scholars today.
Corporations that prioritize innovation have three things in common: they are successful organizations who deliver consistent growth; they pay attention to the relationship between their technical, creative and business minds; they are well managed companies whose leader makes informed decisions and
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at some of the word's most innovative businesses, Rapid Growth, Done Right is an essential guide to to creating products and services that customers will love while delivering consistent growth.