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Security has been a human concern since the dawn of time. With the rise of the digital society, information security has rapidly grown to an area of serious study and ongoing research. While much research has focused on the technical aspects of
computer security, far less attention has been given to the management issues of information risk and the economic concerns facing firms and nations.
During the past 20 years, design and operation of the comfort systems for buildings have been transformed
because of energy conservation imperatives, the use of computer-based design aids, and major advances
in intelligent management systems for buildings. In the 1970s, rules of thumb were widely used by
designers. Today, a strong analytical basis for the design synthesis process is standard procedure. This
handbook describes the latest methods for design and operation of new and existing buildings.
Not all issues can be regulated. A marketing or promotion action may be legal but not considered ethical. Marketers must make decisions regarding the appropriateness of their actions. Companies are scrutinized for their ethics Ethics: Moral principles and values Ethics: Moral principles and values that govern the actions of and that govern the actions of and individual or groupindividual or group..
Advertising regulation refers to the laws and rules defining the ways in which products can be advertised in a particular region. Rules can define a wide number of different aspects, such as placement, timing, and content. In the United States, false advertising and health-related ads are regulated the most. Many communities have their own rules, particularly for outdoor advertising. Sweden and Norway prohibit domestic advertising that targets children
The aim of the Handbooks in Economics series is to produce Handbooks for
various branches of economics, each of which is a definitive source, reference, and
teaching supplement for use by professional researchers and advanced graduate
students. Each Handbook provides self-contained surveys of the current state of a
branch of economics in the form of chapters prepared by leading specialists ...
The MP3EI is a very ambitious plan. It aims to propel Indonesia into the top ten worldwide
economies and raise income per capita from US$ 3000 to US$ 15,000 by 2025. The policy rests
on three main pillars: establishing six economic corridors based on the comparative advantage of
the different regions of Indonesia; promoting connectivity within Indonesia, the ASEAN region
and globally as well as improving human resources and science and technology. PPPs are
expected to play an important role in the implementation of the MP3EI.
Advocates of lower tax rates argue that reduced rates would increase economic growth, increase
saving and investment, and boost productivity (increase the size of the economic pie). Skeptics of
this view argue that higher tax revenues are necessary for debt reduction, that tax rates on high-
income taxpayers are too low (i.e., they violate the “Buffett rule”), and that higher tax rates on
high-income taxpayers would moderate increasing income inequality (change how the economic
pie is distributed across families).
This Report illustrates the vigorous efforts being
undertaken by many developing countries to catch up
with their more developed partners in the dissemination
and use of ICT. However, it also shows that the
gaps are still far too wide and the catching-up far too
uneven for the promise of a truly global information
society, with its attendant benefits for sustainable
social and economic development, to materialize without the sustained engagement of national Governments, the business sector and civil society, and the tangible solidarity of the international community...
By going back to the classifications used in the specialised literature on the subject, this
study covers –in a manner restricted to certain economic policies and, therefore,
excluding other non-economic policies, such as security, defence and cultural policies–
what the OECD (2000) has called horizontal coherence and Picciotto (2005a and b) intra-
country coherence or whole of government.
A substantial part of New Zealand’s economic growth in the ﬁ rst half of the last decade reﬂ ected
high rates of growth in labour utilisation. However, the average hours worked per capita has fallen
by around 3 percent since 2005.
New Zealand’s labour utilisation rate was higher than four of the ﬁ ve OECD countries that we
have chosen to benchmark New Zealand against (the ‘comparator’ countries2
) in 2008, reﬂ ecting
a combination of high participation rates, low unemployment, and a high average number of hours
worked relative to other OECD countries.
This inter-departmental report provides a broad range of indicators relevant to New Zealand’s
economic performance. It has been prepared in order to inform economic debate and policy
A growing, open, and competitive economy is a key means of delivering permanently higher
incomes and living standards to New Zealanders. Without higher economic growth, the economy
will not deliver higher living standards or the quality of life to which New Zealanders aspire.
The OECD is developing a strategic response to the crisis focusing on two priority areas: finance,
competition and governance; and restoring long-term growth. As part of this strategic response, the
OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry (DSTI) has analysed the likely impact of the
downturn on the drivers of long term economic growth and the innovation-related items in policy
responses of major countries.
In recent years there has been growing attention to the potential economic benefits of
improvements in population health. This is far from new: historically, one of the
origins of the public health movement lies in the awareness that the prosperity of
nations is partly dependent on the health of their populations.
To stress the salience and urgency of the national situation
as dictated by contemporary terrorism and to
underscore the need for behavioral and social science
understandings of that situation are to pronounce the
self-evident. Terrorism, already recognized by some as the
looming form of international conflict in the late twentieth century,
moved dramatically to center stage on September 11, 2001,
and promises to occupy national attention for decades.
My subject was suggested to me by Professor Vincent, to whom as well as to Professor Andrews I am
indebted for advice and assistance throughout this work. In England I have to thank Messrs. Sidney Webb,
Hubert Hall and George Unwin, of the London School of Economics, for reading manuscript and suggesting
improvements. For similar help and for reference to new material my acknowledgments are due to Mr. C.H.
Firth, Regius Professor of Modern History, Oxford, and to Mr. C.R.L. Fletcher, of Magdalen College.