Maxims are very useful for ethics at work because they tell us briefly what ethics is and what we should do at work. This book presents a collection of 255 maxims about ethics at work. Each maxim comes with an explanation and a picture, thus increasing the maxim’s power. The maxims are sources of inspiration for reflection and application.
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Business Analysis and Valuation IFRS edition richly informs on contemporary financial statement data use in various valuation tasks, balancing each concept against real-life scenarios. The text is entirely IFRS based and discussed how to get the most information out of IFRS based financial statements. The focus is not only on building a solid understanding of the latest theoretical approaches but to also place students in a confident position to apply them.
Deals with thematic issues including sustainability, externalities, governance, strategy, and integrated reporting
Covers the full scope of finance providing an integrated view on investing, banking, and insurance
Each chapter includes an overview and learning objectives with suggestions for further reading and a list of key concepts used to support educational goals
Makes extensive use of figures, boxes, and tables to clarify concepts and give examples
Authored by a finance professor and fund manager, offering both a theoretical and practical depth with examples taken from financial markets and corporate activities
Supported by online companion teaching materials and cases
Being a successful participant in today’s society requires an array of complex skills. Whether you are a student, a manager or a researcher, vital skills are interconnected, skills can be taught… and learned. The development of skills is a lifelong and accumulative process which can be enhanced, provided there is a willingness to take some time to understand the basic principles.This book consist of a collection of circa one hundred Skill Sheets that explain the basic principles of skill development. The sheets are organised around a set of seven comprehensive skills: research, studying (self-management), reading, listening, writing, presenting and (project) management. Rather than developing these skills separately, the formula shows in a concise manner how they are related, and how one can (and should) work on many skills simultaneously.
The author proposes a tilting approach to steer the allocation of the Eurosystem’s assets and collateral towards low-carbon sectors, which would reduce the cost of capital for these sectors relative to high-carbon sectors. Central banks have already started to look at climate-related risks in the context of financial stability. Should they also take the carbon intensity of assets into account in the context of monetary policy?
This book provides an in-depth study of the management of standards and regulation in sustainable and radical innovation development. It considers the case of micro Combined Heat and Power (mCHP) technology.
This book explores the paradox of the hospitality industry: customers demand not only personal and innovative tourism products and services, but also cost-effective ones. Enterprises have the option to meet the former demand by offering authentic products and services while the latter could be achieved through standardization.
Interfirm networks include franchising, retail and service chains, cooperatives, financial networks, joint ventures, strategic alliances, licensing, public-private partnerships and new network forms in the digital economy. This book gathers the latest research studies that approach these networks – and the creation of innovation under the conditions of a complex, dynamic, knowledge-intensive and digital economy – from an interdisciplinary perspective.
Veel studenten in het hoger onderwijs leren niet echt goed schrijven. Om daar iets aan te doen, is deze digitale cursus Zelf leren schrijven ontwikkeld. De cursus bestaat uit negen digitale programma’s, ook wel ViP’s*) genoemd, waarin verschillende deelvaardigheden zelfstandig geoefend kunnen worden.