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Wiley Series in Probability and Mathematical Statistics. A valuable text for graduate students of economics and statistics and an invaluable reference source for researchers in academics, industry, and government. Navy blue cloth boards with red band and gilt titles. ISBN: 0471802603. Corners of boards slightly bumped. Text block grubby. Some annotation in pencil. Blue dustwrapper with red titles is scuffed and is browned to flaps, slightly faded to spine, wear to top of spine, browned to rear panel.
Professional edition. Business Models, Ecosystems and Partnerships in the Software Industry. Pictorial cardwraps. ISBN: 9783842300514. Covers scuffed and a little creased. Contents clean.
For first-year graduate students and advanced undergraduates. Glazed boards. ISBN: 0321014367. Top & tail of spine and corners lightly worn. Text block lightly browned. A few instances of highlighting else clean.
THE CANTING CREW: LONDON'S CRIMINAL UNDERWORLD 1550-1700
Written by John L. McMullan.
Stock no. 1820768
Published by Rutgers University Press. 1st 1984. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
A volume in the Crime, Law and Deviance series. Reconstructing the criminal underworld in Elizabethan and Stuart London - an underworld of thieves, pickpockets, confidence cheats, prostitutes, and fences. Analyzing the organizational features of crime. Blue cloth boards, black title to spine. ISBN: 0813510228. Grubby mark to front pastedown. Date stamped to rear endpaper. Text block a little grubby. Price-cut blue pictorial dustwrapper is edge-rubbed and worn with a few closed tears and small chips, grubby to rear panel.
Thirty years of motivational research in job-related areas. Cardwraps. 157 pages. ISBN: 9781560006343. Twelfth printing. Slight rubbing to corners.
DEMANDING WORK - THE PARADOX OF JOB QUALITY IN THE AFFLUENT ECONOMY
Written by Francis Green.
Stock no. 1319662
Published by Princeton University Press. Circa 2007. Good condition.
Using an interdisciplinary approach, Demanding Work shows how aspects of job quality of work life stem from technological change and transformations in the politico-economic environment. Cardwraps. 225 pages. ISBN: 9780691134413. Second printing, first paperback edition. Ex-lib with usual stamps and labels. Covers have been covered with laminate.
Introducing students to optimization theory and its use in economics and allied disciplines. Cardwraps. 357 pages. ISBN: 0521497701. Covers edge worn. Textblock slightly grubby. Some annotations.
An introductory text. Cardwraps. ISBN: 007112568X. Spine fading. Edges rubbed. Covers slightly creased. Text block browned, contents clean.
2nd edition. Burgundy cloth with gilt title to spine. Some marking to covers. Foxing to outer page edges. Wrapper is marked with a few edge-tears and nicks; some creasing.
THE CRISIS OF PARLIAMENTS: ENGLISH HISTORY 1509-1660
Written by Conrad Russell.
Stock no. 1818864
Published by Oxford University Press. 1st 1971. Nearly fine condition in a very good dustwrapper.
The Short Oxford History of the Modern World series. Political, social, and economic factors are integrated in this comprehensive history of Tudor and early Stuart England. Navy blue cloth boards, gilt title to spine. ISBN: 0199130337. Light browning to top edge of dustwrapper. Blue dustwrapper is faded to spine and top front edge.
KNOWLEDGE FLOWS IN NATIONAL SYSTEMS OF INNOVATION
Written by Roberto E. Lopez-Martinez; Andrea Piccaluga.
Stock no. 2126320
Published by Edward Elgar. 2000. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
A Comparative Analysis of Sociotechnical Constituencies in Europe and Latin America. New Horizons in the Economics of Innovation. ISBN: 1840642955. Some wear to cover edges. A few page corner creases. Wrapper is edge-creased.
Adelphi Paper 295. What are the risks as the Asian balance of power undergoes a fundamental change? Cardwraps. 93 pages. ISBN: 0198280696.