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1. Annual report [ - 2019]

Journal/Periodical
v. : ill. ; 30 cm.
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Book
xiii, 218 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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xvii, 268 pages : color illustrations, maps (some color) ; 22 cm.
This book deals with the consequences of the inclusion of African states and communities in the global aluminium chain. The so-called "New Scramble for Africa" of the 2000s illustrated how seriously African living conditions are affected by continuous cycles of boom and bust, and how strongly the quality of life currently depends on the investment decisions and corporate social responsibility policies of transnational corporations. Taking the example of the global production network of bauxite and aluminium, the author focuses on the socio-political aspects of this dependency, which he achieves through the conducting of a series of interviews with various involved parties.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319527055 20171030
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xxiv, 411 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • 1. An Overview of Business and Government Relations Robert Dibie, Ph.D. 2. Theories of Business and Government Relations Robert Dibie, Ph.D., and Josephine Dibie, DBA 3. Business and Government Relations in Burkina Faso Mariam Konate, Ph.D., Idrissa Quedraogo, Ph.D. and Pascal T. Kouaman 4. Business and Government Relations in Botswana Case Study: Ethical Dilemma in Alibaba Hospital Robert Dibie, Ph.D. and Ayandiji Daniel Aina, Ph.D. 5. Business and Government Partnership in Nigeria Case Study: Management Debacle at the City of Ozoro Robert Dibie, Ph.D. Felix M. Edoho, Ph.D. and Josephine Dibie, DBA 6. Government Relations and Business in Ghana Case Study: The Dynamics of Executive Leadership Leonard Gadzekpo, Ph.D. 7. Business and Government Relations in Somalia Yusuf Ahmed Nur, Ph.D. 8. Business and Government Relations in Sudan Muawya Hussien Ph.D. and Robert Dibie, Ph.D. 9. Business and Government Relations in Zimbabwe Case Study: Kome and Ojanigo Limited Liability Company Saliwe Kawewe, Ph.D. and Robert Dibie, Ph. D. 10. Business and Government Relations in Uganda Peter Ngwafu, Ph.D. and Robert Dibie, Ph.D. 11. Business and Government Relations in Ethiopia Josephine Dibie, DBA and Robert Dibie, Ph.D. 12. Corporate Takeover and Public Policy in South Africa Kealeboga J. Maphunye, Ph.D. and Robert Dibie, Ph.D. 13. Business and Government Relations in Cameroon Wilfred Gabsa, Ph. D. 14. Business and Government Relations in Tanzania Chinyeaka Justine Igbokwe-Ibeto, Ph.D. 15. Business and Government Relations in Kenya Case Study: Panoramic Corporate Social Responsibility Debacle Robert Dibie, Ph.D. Josephine Dibie, Ph.D. and Omolara M. Quadri, Ph.D. 16. Business - Government and Capacity Building in Africa Robert Dibie, Ph.D. and Felix M. Edoho, Ph.D.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138700093 20171002
This book endeavors to take the conceptualization of the relationship between business, government and development in African countries to a new level. In the twenty-first century, the interests and operations of government and business inevitably intersect all over the African continent. No government, federal or state, can afford to ignore the needs of business. But what are these needs, how does business express its needs to government and what institutions organize government-business relations in African countries? How should government regulate business, or should it choose to let the markets rule? Government and Business Relations in Africa brings together many of sub-Saharan African leading scholars to address these critical questions. Business and Government Relations in Africa examines the key players in the game-federal and state governments and business groups-and the processes that govern the relationships between them. It looks at the regulatory regimes that have an impact on business and provides a number of case studies of the relationships between government and economic development around the African continent, highlighting different processes and practices. It shows the latest state of knowledge on the topic and will be of interest both to students at an advanced level, academics and reflective practitioners. It addresses the topics with regard to business-government relations and will be of interest to researchers, academics, policymakers, and students in the fields of African politics, comparative politics, public policy, business and politics, sustainable development and sustainability, economic development, and managerial economics.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138700093 20171002
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1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations.
Book
xii, 403 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Historians interpret the welfare state, 1975-1995 / Maurizio Vaudagna
  • Reconciling European integration and the national welfare state : a neo-Weberian perspective / Maurizio Ferrera
  • Democracy after the welfare state : an interview / Ira Katznelson
  • Privatization and self-responsibility : patterns of welfare-state development in Europe and the United States since the 1990s / Christian Lammert
  • Paradise lost? : social citizenship in Norway and Sweden / Gro Hagemann
  • Social citizenship in the U.S. Affordable Care Act / Beatrix Hoffman
  • In the shadow of employment precarity : informal protection and risk transfers in low-end temporary staffing / Sébastien Chauvin
  • From the welfare state to the carceral state : whither social reproduction? / Mimi Abramovitz
  • Family matters : social policy, an overlooked constraint on the development of European citizenship / Chiara Saraceno
  • Transforming gendered labor policies in Sweden and the United States, 1960s-2000s / Ann Shola Orloff
  • Breadwinner liberalism and its discontents in the American welfare state / Robert O. Self
  • Nationalism's challenge to European citizenship, democracy, and equality : potential for resistance from transnational civil society / Birte Siim
  • Poor-people power : the state, social provision, and American experiments in democratic engagement / Marisa Chappell
  • Grassroots challenges to capitalism : an interview / Frances Fox Piven.
After World War II, states on both sides of the Atlantic enacted comprehensive social benefits to protect working people and constrain capitalism. A widely shared consensus specifically linked social welfare to democratic citizenship, upholding greater equality as the glue that held nations together. Though the "two Wests, " Europe and the United States, differ in crucial respects, they share a common history of social rights, democratic participation, and welfare capitalism. But in a new age of global inequality, welfare-state retrenchment, and economic austerity, can capitalism and democracy still coexist? In this book, leading historians and social scientists rethink the history of social democracy and the welfare state in the United States and Europe in light of the global transformations of the economic order. Separately and together, they ask how changes in the distribution of wealth reshape the meaning of citizenship in a post-welfare-state era. They explore how the harsh effects of austerity and inequality influence democratic participation. In individual essays as well as interviews with Ira Katznelson and Frances Fox Piven, contributors from both sides of the Atlantic explore the fortunes of the welfare state. They discuss distinct national and international settings, speaking to both local particularities and transnational and transatlantic exchanges.
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xxix, 363 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
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211 pages ; 22 cm
  • Introduction
  • Understanding transgender people : the basics
  • Interacting with transgender people
  • Key employer responsibilities
  • Recruitment and dismissal
  • Data management / Jane Fae
  • Transgender people in the workplace
  • Health and safety at work
  • Transgender people in public-facing roles
  • Medical issues and time off work
  • Transgender people working internationally
  • The benefits of employing transgender people
  • Glossary.
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xiii, 193 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color maps ; 22 cm
Green Library
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1 online resource (xxiv, 570 pages)
  • ""Cover""; ""Title Page""; ""Copyright""; ""Contents""; ""About the IFST Advances in Food Science Book Series""; ""List of Contributors""; ""Preface""; ""Biography of Editor""; ""Chapter 1 Food Processing Byâ#x80; #x90; Products and their Utilization: Introduction""; ""1.1 Introduction""; ""1.2 Food Processing Wastes and Byâ#x80; #x90; Products for Industrial Applications""; ""1.3 Byâ#x80; #x90; Products from Cereal Processing Industries""; ""1.4 Fruits and Vegetables Byâ#x80; #x90; Products""; ""1.5 Byâ#x80; #x90; Products from the Meat and Poultry Processing Industries""; ""1.6 Seafood Processing Byâ#x80; #x90; Products""
  • ""1.7 Byâ#x80; #x90; Products from the Dairy Processing Industries""""1.8 Conclusion""; ""References""; ""Chapter 2 Fruit Processing Byâ#x80; #x90; Products: A Rich Source for Bioactive Compounds and Value Added Products""; ""2.1 Introduction""; ""2.2 Phenolic Compounds as Functional foods""; ""2.2.1 Phenolic Acids""; ""2.2.2 Flavonoids""; ""2.2.2.1 Isoflavones""; ""2.2.2.2 Flavones, Flavanols, Flavanones, Flavonols and Flavanonols""; ""2.2.2.3 Anthocyanins""; ""2.2.3 Tannins""; ""2.2.3.1 Hydrolysable Tannins""; ""2.2.3.2 Condensed Tannins""; ""2.2.4 Stilbenes and Lignans""; ""2.3 Fruit Byâ#x80; #x90; Products Sources""
  • ""2.3.1 Agroâ#x80; #x90; Industrial Byâ#x80; #x90; Products""""2.3.1.1 Citrus Fruit""; ""2.3.1.2 Grape""; ""2.3.1.3 Apple""; ""2.3.1.4 Tropical Fruits""; ""2.4 Dietary Fibersâ#x80; #x90; Rich Byâ#x80; #x90; Products""; ""2.4.1 Hemicelluloses""; ""2.4.2 Pectins""; ""2.5 Valueâ#x80; #x90; Added Products from Fruit Byâ#x80; #x90; Products""; ""2.5.1 Meat Products""; ""2.5.2 Dairy Products""; ""2.5.3 Baking Products""; ""2.5.4 Readyâ#x80; #x90; Toâ#x80; #x90; Eat Products""; ""2.6 Future Perspectives""; ""References""; ""Chapter 3 Utilization of Waste from Tropical Fruits""; ""3.1 Introduction""; ""3.1.1 Waste Utilization and Challenges""; ""3.2 Pineapple""
  • ""3.2.1 Bioethanol""""3.2.2 Biogas""; ""3.2.3 Bromelain""; ""3.2.3.1 Reverse Micellar Extraction (RME)""; ""3.2.3.2 Highâ#x80; #x90; Speed Counterâ#x80; #x90; Current Chromatography""; ""3.2.3.3 Ethanol Precipitation""; ""3.2.4 Cellulase""; ""3.2.5 Citric Acid""; ""3.2.6 Extruded Product""; ""3.2.7 Jam""; ""3.2.8 Lactic Acid""; ""3.2.9 Animal Feed""; ""3.3 Guava""; ""3.3.1 Pectin""; ""3.3.2 Juice Fortified with Dietary Fibre""; ""3.3.3 Alcoholic Fermentation""; ""3.3.4 Use in Bakery Industry""; ""3.3.5 Single Cell Protein""; ""3.3.6 Lycopene""; ""3.3.6.1 Supercritical Fluid Extraction""
  • ""3.3.7 Utilization as Feed""""3.4 Papaya""; ""3.4.1 Papaya Seeds as Antioxidants""; ""3.4.2 Extraction of Papain""; ""3.4.3 Extraction of Oil from Seeds""; ""3.4.4 Alcohol and Vinegar""; ""3.4.5 Utilization of Seed Flour for Food Enrichment""; ""3.4.6 Carboxymethyl Cellulose (CMC)""; ""3.4.7 Single Cell Protein""; ""3.5 Summary and Future Trends""; ""References""; ""Chapter 4 Valorization of Vegetable Wastes""; ""4.1 Introduction""; ""4.2 Losses of Vegetables from Production to Consumption""; ""4.3 Extent of Vegetable Losses""; ""4.4 Reasons and Overall Prevention of Vegetable Wastes""
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xxix, 256 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm
  • IntroductionChapter 1: The GLICs in HistoryChapter 2: GLICs and Business GroupsChapter 3: GLICs and DirectorshipsImplicationsBibliographyIndex.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811048968 20171002
This is a study of Malaysia's new political economy, with a focus on ownership and control of the corporate sector. It offers a pioneering assessment of government-linked investment companies (GLICs), a type of state-owned institution that has long prevailed in the corporate sector but has not been analysed. Malaysia's history of government-business ties is unique, while the nature of the nexuses between the state and the corporate sector has undergone major transitions. Corporate power has shifted from the hands of foreign firms to the state to the ruling party, and well-connected businessmen, and back to the state. Corporate wealth is now heavily situated in the leading publicly-listed government-linked companies (GLCs), controlled through block shareholdings by a mere seven GLICs under the jurisdiction of the Minister of Finance. To indicate why these GLICs are important actors in Corporate Malaysia, this study provides a deep assessment of their ownership and control of Bursa Malaysia's top 100 publicly-listed enterprises.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811048968 20171002
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xvii, 336 pages ; 22 cm.
This collection examines implications of technological automation to global prosperity and peace. Focusing on robots, information communication technologies, and other automation technologies, it offers brief interventions that assess how automation may alter extant political, social, and economic institutions, norms, and practices that comprise the global political economy. In doing so, this collection deals directly with such issues as automated production, trade, war, state sanctioned robot violence, financial speculation, transnational crime, and policy decision making. This interdisciplinary volume will appeal to students, scholars and practitioners grappling with political, economic, and social problems that arise from rapid technological change that automates the prospects for human prosperity and peace.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319514659 20171106
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xiii, 190 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction: conceptualising power, practice and empowerment through South Africa
  • The South African wine industry : conflict and continuity
  • Local practices of empowerment in South Africa's wine industry : difference and dilemmas
  • Practising empowerment as development in South African fairtrade
  • Strategic practices : interactive relations and the role of the market in ethical trade
  • Whose empowerment? : materiality and the marginalised in the South African wine industry
  • Conclusions: practicing empowerment and empowering practices in South Africa
  • References.
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xxiii, 349 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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1 online resource (pages cm.) :
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xx, 461 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Introduction Part I: Current Issues and Social Media Research in Crisis Communication Part II: Considerations in the Process and Outcome of Social Media in Crisis Communication Part III: Areas of Practice-Applications of Social Media in Industry-Specific Crisis Communication: Open call for chapters in varying industries and applications, to potentially include chapters on: Part IV: Future Directions in Social Media and Crisis Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138812000 20171009
Social Media and Crisis Communication provides a unique and timely contribution to the field of crisis communication by addressing how social media are influencing the practice of crisis communication. The book, with a collection of chapters contributed by leading communication researchers, covers the current and emerging interplay of social media and crisis communication, recent theories and frameworks, overviews of dominant research streams, applications in specific crisis areas, and future directions. Both the theoretical and the practical are discussed, providing a volume that appeals to both academic-minded readers as well as professionals at the managerial, decision-making level. The audience includes public relations and corporate communication scholars, graduate students studying social media and crisis communication, researchers, crisis managers working in communication departments, and business leaders who make strategic business communication planning. No other volume has provided the overarching synthesis of information regarding the field of crisis communication and social media that this book contains. Incorporated in this volume is the recent Social-mediated Crisis Communication Model developed by the editors and their co-authors, which serves as a framework for crisis and issues management in a rapidly evolving media landscape.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138812000 20171009
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xxv, 308 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm.
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