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Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s Economics, Econometrics and Finance books span the entirety of these broad and complex fields, encompassing titles on the connections between economics and business, development, law, history, labor, and health. We also publish a range of introductory and methodological texts in these areas, ensuring that the collection is a vital reference point for economists, academics, and students alike.

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Reporting Non-GAAP Financial Measures

The use of alternative performance indicators (APMs) (also known as ‘Non-GAAP’ earnings) is a widespread phenomenon, and the increased reliance on APMs has recently triggered a strong debate among regulators, managers and investors on the nature of these ‘tailored’ earnings and on the economic reasons behind them. On one hand, APMs...

The Competitive Challenge of Emerging Markets

The most disruptive change to the world economy over the past half century has been the rise of so-called emerging economies, particularly the large developing markets of China and India. While initially appealing to Western business as lower cost production locations, these economies are now amongst the world’s leading markets for...

The Political Economy of Health and Healthcare

Health may be defined as a state of balance in our body, mind and soul. When this balance is disturbed, so is our health. However, the balance in our health is fundamentally related to the balance in our society. Imbalances in our societies, particularly of a socioeconomic nature, would naturally affect our inner balance and health...

The Stock Market Boom and Crash of 1929 Was Not a Bubble

In the aftermath of the stock market crash of 1929, Yale University Economics Professor Irving Fisher remained steadfast in his view that the boom in prices had been warranted, pointing to the myriad innovations of the 1920s, including the introduction of the electric unit drive and utility-supplied power. Dismissed by most, this v...

Voting in Context

The economy is a key issue in every national election, and the US election of 2020 is no exception. Candidates campaign on economic miracles, but without context it can be difficult to distinguish the ideas that lead to a strong economy from those destined to fail. This book provides a concise guide to deciphering candidate proposa...

A Philosophical Look at Keynes and Hayek

This book examines the constructive crossing between philosophy, semiotics, and economics. The complexity of current socioeconomic policy problems demands revision of our conceptual outlooks and recognition of the importance of fresh insights into Keynes and Hayek in the context of capitalism and globalization, contributing to unpr...

Cities and Cultural Landscapes

Places are locations of value where psychological and cultural needs are satisfied. Human relationships with particular environments play a key role in motivating, developing, and nurturing the life of societies. Undifferentiated space becomes ‘place’ as we understand it better and its built and natural forms become endowed with va...

The Harmonisation of the International Sale of Goods through Principles of Law and Uniform Rules

This book describes how the international sales of goods have generally been ruled by either English Law or Civil Law, which has often posed problems due to different approaches regarding certain principles and institutions. It clarifies how the Vienna Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods of 11th April, 1980,...

A History of the British Sporting Journalist, c.1850-1939

At the heart of this text strides James Catton, less than five feet tall but a giant in the field of sporting journalism. It is the story of his career, from boy reporter in 1870s Lancashire to editor of the influential Manchester-based weekly Athletic News and then grand old man of Fleet Street sports writing in the 1920s and ’30s...

Aviation Psychology

Human mechanical adaptability has become one of the most important elements in humans’ relationship with aviation and flying. It often manifests in physical and mental strain, and is seen as one of the most important variables in flight. After the Germanwings accident of 2015, the place and importance of psychology in aviation have...

Issues in the Multilingual Information Processing of Spoken Political and Journalistic Texts

From television screens to mobile phones, spoken political and journalistic texts in the media are accessible to recipients of almost any kind, including the international public. These texts constitute a remarkable source of empirical data for human behaviour and for linguistic phenomena, but pose significant challenges in terms o...

On-board Intellectual Aircraft Crew Support Systems

The human factor remains one of the most important problems affecting flight safety. On the other hand, however, the complexity of onboard control and navigational systems grows constantly. As such, a great deal of research has gone into creating onboard systems which would interact with pilots and assist them in order to avoid fli...
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