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The Iliad & The Odyssey by Homer (Kathartika) 4.3 Stars (46 Reviews)    Price verified 4 hours ago

While Homer's existence as a historical person is still a topic of debate, the writings attributed to the name have made their mark not only on Greek history and literature, but upon western civilization itself. Homer's epic poems, The Iliad and The Odyssey, laid the foundation upon which Ancient Greece developed not only its culture, but its societal values, religious beliefs, and practice of warfare as well.

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 644 Pages (1,020 KB)
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Added: Jul 2nd, 2020

Architecture of a Technodemocracy: How Technology and Democracy Can Revolutionize Governments, Empower the 100%, and End the 1% System by Jason M. Hanania (technodemocracy.us) 4.5 Stars (84 Reviews)    Price verified 20 hours ago

The world is primed for radical changes in government where each of us has an equal voice and all are held accountable. In Architecture of a Technodemocracy, Hanania provides a detailed blueprint on how to leverage current government processes, communications systems, and blockchain security to take the next step in the evolution of human government. By harnessing technology that already exists, we can nonviolently reshape our respective governments. The cooperation of modern politicians is not a requirement. A technodemocracy can be created without spending any tax dollars, passing any new laws, or otherwise turning to career politicians for leadership. Like Bitcoin, technodemocracy uses readily available technologies to decentralize power from the 1% to the 100%. Its principles can be applied to any nation. Despite being drafted more than 200 years ago, the Constitution enables a U.S. technodemocratic republic. No nation in history has ever had such an absolute straightaway to a 100% democratic government -- the opportunity to revolutionize society, economy, and environment without using violence. Through illustrations, examples, and analogies, Architecture of a Technodemocracy provides an elegantly simple method for decentralizing power to 100% of the American people and, in the process, ending the U.S. political party system. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Jason M. Hanania is an attorney, an engineer, and a former U.S. government employee. He ran for the U.S. Senate in 2016 as the first technodemocratic candidate. PREFACE In 2016, I ran for the U.S. Senate as the first technodemocratic candidate. During that process, I received hundreds of questions. Architecture of a Technodemocracy answers those questions. This book is organized into four parts: I. Government Requirements II. Legal Requirements III. Technical Requirements IV. Social Requirements Democracy requires that the four powers of government be decentralized equally to those governed. Part I looks at ...

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 436 Pages (3,942 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Jul 1st, 2020

We All Have Our Heaven by James Hawthorne 4.2 Stars (15 Reviews)    Price verified 5 hours ago

Alex and Matt Morgan are born in northern California but eventually find themselves living in the Seattle area during an era of unbridled change and new possibilities. They will do drugs, play rock 'n roll, search for love and engage in the political battles that have rocked the nation over the past three decades. One brother chooses the security of a union job and the other opts for a career in conservative talk radio. They both endure heartbreak and loss along the way, battered by moments of unexpected violence and plain old bad luck. But nothing can prepare them for one strong-willed woman named Melissa...

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 434 Pages (493 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Jul 1st, 2020

Understanding the Global Energy Crisis (Purdue Studies in Public Policy) by Richard A. Simmons (Purdue University Press) 5.0 Stars (2 Reviews)    Price verified 22 hours ago

We are facing a global energy crisis caused by world population growth, an escalating increase in demand, and continued dependence on fossil-based fuels for generation. It is widely accepted that increases in greenhouse gas concentration levels, if not reversed, will result in major changes to world climate with consequential effects on our society and economy. This is just the kind of intractable problem that Purdue University's Global Policy Research Institute seeks to address in the Purdue Studies in Public Policy series by promoting the engagement between policy makers and experts in fields such as engineering and technology. Major steps forward in the development and use of technology are required. In order to achieve solutions of the required scale and magnitude within a limited timeline, it is essential that engineers be not only technologically-adept but also aware of the wider social and political issues that policy-makers face. Likewise, it is also imperative that policy makers liaise closely with the academic community in order to realize advances. This book is designed to bridge the gap between these two groups, with a particular emphasis on educating the socially-conscious engineers and technologists of the future. In this accessibly-written volume, central issues in global energy are discussed through interdisciplinary dialogue between experts from both North America and Europe. The first section provides an overview of the nature of the global energy crisis approached from historical, political, and sociocultural perspectives. In the second section, expert contributors outline the technology and policy issues facing the development of major conventional and renewable energy sources. The third and final section explores policy and technology challenges and opportunities in the distribution and consumption of energy, in sectors such as transportation and the built environment. The book's epilogue suggests some future scenarios in energy distribution ...

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 300 Pages (3,126 KB)
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Added: Jul 1st, 2020

Making Institutional Repositories Work (Charleston Insights in Library, Archival, and Information Sciences) by Burton B. Callicott (Purdue University Press) 5.0 Stars (2 Reviews)    Price verified 22 hours ago

Quickly following what many expected to be a wholesale revolution in library practices, institutional repositories encountered unforeseen problems and a surprising lack of impact. Clunky or cumbersome interfaces, lack of perceived value and use by scholars, fear of copyright infringement, and the like tended to dampen excitement and adoption.This collection of essays, arranged in five thematic sections, is intended to take the pulse of institutional repositories-to see how they have matured and what can be expected from them, as well as introduce what may be the future role of the institutional repository.Making Institutional Repositories Work takes novices as well as seasoned practitioners through the practical and conceptual steps necessary to develop a functioning institutional repository, customized to the needs and culture of the home institution. The first section covers all aspects of system platforms, including hosted and open-source options, big data capabilities and integration, and issues related to discoverability. The second section addresses policy issues, from the basics to open-source and deposit mandates. The third section focuses on recruiting and even creating content. Authors in this section will address the ways that different disciplines tend to have different motivations for deposit, as well as the various ways that institutional repositories can serve as publishing platforms. The fourth section covers assessment and success measures for all involved-librarians, deans, and administrators. The theory and practice of traditional metrics, alt metrics, and peer review receive chapter-length treatment. The fifth section provides case studies that include a boots-on-the-ground perspective of issues raised in the first four sections. By noting trends and potentialities, this final section, authored by Executive Director of SPARC Heather Joseph, makes future predictions and helps managers position institutional repositories to be responsive change ...

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 350 Pages (2,788 KB)
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Added: Jul 1st, 2020

Suffering-Focused Ethics: Defense and Implications by Magnus Vinding (Ratio Ethica) 5.0 Stars (3 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

The reduction of suffering deserves special priority. Many ethical views support this claim, yet so far these have not been presented in a single place. Suffering-Focused Ethics provides the most comprehensive presentation of suffering-focused arguments and views to date, including a moral realist case for minimizing extreme suffering. The book then explores the all-important issue of how we can best reduce suffering in practice, and outlines a coherent and pragmatic path forward. "An inspiring book on the world's most important issue. Magnus Vinding makes a compelling case for suffering-focused ethics. Highly recommended." -- David Pearce, author of The Hedonistic Imperative and Can Biotechnology Abolish Suffering? "We live in a haze, oblivious to the tremendous moral reality around us. I know of no philosopher who makes the case more resoundingly than Magnus Vinding. In radiantly clear and honest prose, he demonstrates the overwhelming ethical priority of preventing suffering. Among the book's many powerful arguments, I would call attention to its examination of the overlapping biases that perpetuate moral unawareness. Suffering-Focused Ethics will change its readers, opening new moral and intellectual vistas. This could be the most important book you will ever read." -- Jamie Mayerfeld, professor of political science at the University of Washington, author of Suffering and Moral Responsibility and The Promise of Human Rights "In this important undertaking, Magnus Vinding methodically and convincingly argues for the overwhelming ethical importance of preventing and reducing suffering, especially of the most intense kind, and also shows the compatibility of this view with various mainstream ethical philosophies that don't uniquely focus on suffering. His careful analytical style and comprehensive review of existing arguments make this book valuable reading for anyone who cares about what matters, or who wishes to better understand the strong rational ...

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 314 Pages (3,989 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Jul 1st, 2020

What Is an Establishment of Religion? (Antidisestablishmentarianism Serial Version Book 1) by Michael J. Findley (Findley Family Video) 5.0 Stars (2 Reviews)    Price verified 3 hours ago

Excerpted from Antidisestablishmentarianism -- Hint. It's not what you think. It's a recipe for persecution, corruption and heresy. America's founding fathers understood that government must protect freedom, including the freedom to practice all religions. But they also understood that not all religions teach men how to be good citizens and make their countries prosper. The truth isn't out there somewhere, unfindable and unknowable. It's right here.

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 381 Pages (1,259 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Jun 30th, 2020

An Englishman Looks at the World: Being a Series of Unrestrained Remarks Upon Contemporary Matters (The original unabridged edition) by H. G. Wells (e-artnow ebooks) 3.9 Stars (2 Reviews)    Price verified 8 hours ago

This carefully crafted ebook: "An Englishman Looks at the World - Being a Series of Unrestrained Remarks Upon Contemporary Matters (The original unabridged edition)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. An Englishman Looks at the World is a 1914 essay collection by H. G. Wells containing journalistic pieces written between 1909 and 1914. Table of contents: The Coming Of Blériot My First Flight Off The Chain Of The New Reign Will The Empire Live? The Labour Unrest The Great State The Common Sense Of Warfare The Contemporary Novel The Philosopher's Public Library About Chesterton And Belloc About Sir Thomas More Traffic And Rebuilding The So-Called Science Of Sociology Divorce The Schoolmaster And The Empire The Endowment Of Motherhood Doctors An Age Of Specialisation Is There A People? The Disease Of Parliaments The American Population The Possible Collapse Of Civilisation The Ideal Citizen Some Possible Discoveries The Human Adventure Herbert George "H. G." Wells (1866 - 1946) was an English writer, now best known for his work in the science fiction genre. He was also a prolific writer in many other genres, including contemporary novels, history, politics and social commentary, even writing textbooks and rules for war games. Wells was now considered to be one of the world's most important political thinkers and during the 1920s and 30s he was in great demand as a contributor to newspapers and journals.

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 372 Pages (1,339 KB)
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Added: Jun 28th, 2020

New Worlds for Old - A Plain Account of Modern Socialism (The original unabridged edition) by H. G. Wells (e-artnow ebooks) 2.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 9 hours ago

This carefully crafted ebook: "New Worlds for Old - A Plain Account of Modern Socialism (The original unabridged edition)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. New Worlds for Old, which appeared in some later editions with the subtitle "A Plain Account of Modern Socialism," was one of several books and pamphlets that H.G. Wells wrote about the socialist future in the period 1901-1908, while he was engaged in an effort to reform the Fabian Society. Table of contents: Introductory Remarks Chapter I. The Good Will in Man Chapter II. The Fundamental Idea of Socialism Chapter III. The First Main Generalization of Socialism Chapter IV. The Second Main Generalization of Socialism Chapter V. The Spirit of Gain and the Spirit of Service Chapter VI. Would Socialism Destroy the Home? Chapter VII. Would Modern Socialism Abolish All Property? Chapter VIII. The Middle-Class Man, the Business Man, and Socialism Chapter IX. Some Common Objections to Socialism Chapter X. Socialism a Developing Doctrine Chapter XI. Revolutionary Socialism Chapter XII. Administrative Socialism Chapter XIII. Constructive Socialism Chapter XIV. Some Arguments Ad Hominem Chapter XV. The Advancement of Socialism Herbert George "H. G." Wells (1866 - 1946) was an English writer, now best known for his work in the science fiction genre. He was also a prolific writer in many other genres, including contemporary novels, history, politics and social commentary, even writing textbooks and rules for war games. Wells was now considered to be one of the world's most important political thinkers and during the 1920s and 30s he was in great demand as a contributor to newspapers and journals.

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 329 Pages (1,373 KB)
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Added: Jun 28th, 2020

The Complete Works of Plato by Plato, (e-artnow) 4.5 Stars (73 Reviews)    Price verified one day ago

This carefully crafted ebook: "The Complete Works of Plato" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Table of contents: Early works: Apology Crito Charmides Euthyphro First Alcibiades (*) Greater Hippias (*) Lesser Hippias Ion Laches Lysis Middle works: Cratylus Euthydemus Gorgias Menexenus (*) Meno Phaedo Protagoras Symposium Republic Phaedrus Parmenides Theaetetus Late works: Timaeus Critias Sophist Statesman Philebus Laws Pseudonymous works (traditionally attributed to Plato, but considered by virtually all modern authorities not to have been written by him): Epinomis Second Alcibiades Hipparcus Rival Lovers Theages Cleitophon Minos Demoducus Axiochus On Justice On Virtue Sisyphus Eryxias Halcyon Letters (*) The authorship of these works is disputed by some authorities. There are also a number of essays relating to various aspects of Plato's works. Plato ( 428/427 BC - 348/347 BC) was a philosopher in Classical Greece. He was also a mathematician, student of Socrates, writer of philosophical dialogues, and founder of the Academy in Athens, the first institution of higher learning in the Western world. Along with his mentor, Socrates, and his student, Aristotle, Plato helped to lay the foundations of Western philosophy and science.

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 10,000 Pages (4,510 KB)
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Added: Jun 27th, 2020

The Collected Early Writings: The Voyage Out + Night and Day + Monday or Tuesday and Other Short Stories + Jacob's Room (4 books in 1 ebook) by Virginia Woolf (e-artnow ebooks) Price verified 3 hours ago

This carefully crafted ebook: "The Collected Early Writings: The Voyage Out + Night and Day + Monday or Tuesday and Other Short Stories + Jacob's Room (4 books in 1 ebook)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Adeline Virginia Woolf (25 January 1882 - 28 March 1941) was an English writer, and one of the foremost modernists of the twentieth century. During the interwar period, Woolf was a significant figure in London literary society and a central figure in the influential Bloomsbury Group of intellectuals. Her most famous works include the novels Mrs Dalloway (1925), To the Lighthouse (1927) and Orlando (1928), and the book-length essay A Room of One's Own (1929), with its famous dictum, "A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction."

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 1,037 Pages (2,097 KB)
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Added: Jun 26th, 2020

The Future in America - A Search After Realities (The original unabridged and illustrated edition) by H. G. Wells (e-artnow ebooks) 4.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 4 hours ago

This carefully crafted ebook: "The Future in America - A Search After Realities (The original unabridged and illustrated edition)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. The Future in America -A Search After Realities is a 1906 travel essay by H. G. Wells recounting his impressions from the first of half a dozen visits he would make to the United States. Table of contents: Chapter I. The Prophetic Habit Of Mind Chapter II. Material Progress Chapter III. New York Chapter IV. Growth Invincible Chapter V. The Economic Process Chapter VI. Some Aspects Of American Wealth Chapter VII. Certain Workers Chapter VIII. Corruption Chapter IX. The Immigrant Chapter X. State-Blindness Chapter XI. Two Studies In Disappointment Chapter XII. The Tragedy Of Color Chapter XIII. The Mind Of A Modern State Chapter XIV. Culture Chapter XV. At Washington The Envoy Herbert George "H. G." Wells (1866 - 1946) was an English writer, now best known for his work in the science fiction genre. He was also a prolific writer in many other genres, including contemporary novels, history, politics and social commentary, even writing textbooks and rules for war games. Wells was now considered to be one of the world's most important political thinkers and during the 1920s and 30s he was in great demand as a contributor to newspapers and journals.

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 314 Pages (3,947 KB)
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Added: Jun 26th, 2020

Improving Our Standard of Living: The Science, Politics, and Economics of Global Betterment by Wesley Krug 3.9 Stars (3 Reviews)    Price verified 5 hours ago

This book is about how to improve global living standards. Topics include economic growth, income inequality, poverty, corruption, causes of the decline of the middle class in some rich nations, sustainable development, emerging technologies, and more. This is not a hardcore textbook. It is informal and easy to understand. Below is a list of questions answered throughout: * Which nations have the best living standards? What are they doing right? * Why do rich countries still have so many poor people in them? * What caused the decline of the middle class in some nations like the US and UK, but not in others like Switzerland and the Nordic countries? * Has capitalism failed? Or have we become more socialist? Are those terms meaningless? * Is the government too big? Or not big enough? * Is libertarianism a good or bad idea? * Why are several industries dominated by a handful of corporations? What can we do about it? * Why are prescription medications so expensive? How do we reduce costs? * Do we need more regulations on businesses? Or less? * Should nations be more open to free trade? Or should they be self-sufficient? * Has globalization helped or hurt the average person? * Does economic growth really improve living standards? * How much wealth is enough? * Do we need the stock market? * Do we need money? Or could we allocate resources differently? * What causes inflation? Does it matter? * Is a gold standard superior or inferior to a fiat (paper) monetary system? * Why is our tax system so complicated and full of loopholes? What can we do about it? * Is taxation a form of theft? * Should we raise taxes on the rich? * How much should nations spend on welfare? * How can we reduce unemployment and create decent paying jobs for everyone? * Is a 40-hour work week necessary? * Should we have more government jobs or private sector jobs? * Why is economic growth slowing in developed countries? What should we do about it? * How do we reduce ...

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 791 Pages (4,395 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Jun 26th, 2020

Nourishing Millions: Stories of Change in Nutrition by Stuart Gillespie (International Food Policy Research Institute) Price verified 2 hours ago

The stories in this book are diverse, spanning five decades and playing out in different arenas, from local to global. They take place in developing countries all over the world, and they involve many sectors and disciplines beyond nutrition itself, including health, agriculture, education, social protection, and water and sanitation. Most importantly, they paint a nuanced picture of success as a context-specific achievement that may, or may not, endure into the future.

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 403 Pages (28,712 KB)
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Added: Jun 24th, 2020

When We Were Slaves: Hundreds of Recorded Interviews, Life Stories and Testimonies of Former Slaves in the South by Work Projects Administration (e-artnow) Price verified 7 hours ago

e-artnow present to you the complete collection of hundreds of life stories, recorded interviews and incredible vivid testimonies of former slaves from the American southern states, including photos of the people being interviewed and their extraordinary narratives. After the end of Civil War in 1865, more than four million slaves were set free. There were several efforts to record the remembrances of the former slaves. The Federal Writers' Project was one such project by the United States federal government to support writers during the Great Depression by asking them to interview and record the myriad stories and experiences of slavery of former slaves. The resulting collection preserved hundreds of life stories from 17 U.S. states that would otherwise have been lost in din of modernity and America's eagerness to deliberately forget the blot on its recent past. Contents: Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Indiana Kansas Kentucky Maryland Mississippi Missouri North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 8,011 Pages (38,987 KB)
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Added: Jun 18th, 2020

Invisible No More: Police Violence Against Black Women and Women of Color by Andrea Ritchie (Beacon Press) 4.7 Stars (19 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

"A passionate, incisive critique of the many ways in which women and girls of color are systematically erased or marginalized in discussions of police violence." -- Michelle Alexander, author of The New Jim Crow Invisible No More is a timely examination of how Black women, Indigenous women, and women of color experience racial profiling, police brutality, and immigration enforcement. By placing the individual stories of Sandra Bland, Rekia Boyd, Dajerria Becton, Monica Jones, and Mya Hall in the broader context of the twin epidemics of police violence and mass incarceration, Andrea Ritchie documents the evolution of movements centered around women's experiences of policing. Featuring a powerful forward by activist Angela Davis, Invisible No More is an essential exposé on police violence against WOC that demands a radical rethinking of our visions of safety -- and the means we devote to achieving it.

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 362 Pages (7,229 KB)
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Added: Jun 16th, 2020

Long Time Walk On Water (Vol.2) by Joan Barbara Simon 3.5 Stars (50 Reviews)    Price verified 20 hours ago

A black woman and single mum, starting over. A white man who wants something more. Will they take a chance on each other? Everyting gonna be alright? London, 1960. Rose is looking for a new start. Thousands of miles away from her Caribbean home, she scrapes together money to send for her children while adjusting to a strange, new world. Jack's life is full of disillusionment. He cares little for his council flat, his town, or even his wife. The only thing that gives his life sparkle? His Jamaican friends down at the docks. When Jack meets Rose at a bus stop, a new and unexpected future unfolds... If you like rich settings and realistic characters: Long Time Walk on Water. This captivating multicultural historical novel with its splash of something quite unique, its touch of romance, reggae style, will win your heart forever. Told with pride, poise, humour and grace, this modern classic by Joan Barbara Simon, literary terrorist, will have you shouting about if from the rooftops! 'Rich, complex and beautifully written. It is something unlike anything I've read before and yet it's recognisable and resonant because all of life is in it. An absorbing and affecting read.' (online reviewer) 'Beautifully crafted (... ) will leave the reader as changed as Simon's characters. Highly, highly recommended.' (Dan Holloway)

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 300 Pages (1,150 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Jun 15th, 2020

Democracy Abroad, Lynching at Home: Racial Violence in Florida by Tameka Bradley Hobbs (University Press of Florida) 5.0 Stars (3 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

"Hobbs unearths four lynchings that are critical to the understanding of the origins of civil rights in Florida. The oral histories from the victims' families and those in the communities make this a valuable contribution to African American, Florida, and civil rights history."--Derrick E. White, author of The Challenge of Blackness "A compelling reminder of just how troubling and violent the Sunshine State's racial past has been. A must read."--Irvin D.S. Winsboro, editor of Old South, New South, or Down South? Florida is frequently viewed as an atypical southern state--more progressive and culturally diverse--but, when examined in proportion to the number of African American residents, it suffered more lynchings than any of its Deep South neighbors during the Jim Crow era. Investigating this dark period of the state's history and focusing on a rash of anti-black violence that took place during the 1940s, Tameka Hobbs explores the reasons why lynchings continued in Florida when they were starting to wane elsewhere. She contextualizes the murders within the era of World War II, contrasting the desire of the United States to broadcast the benefits of its democracy abroad while at home it struggled to provide legal protection to its African American citizens. As involvement in the global war deepened and rhetoric against Axis powers heightened, the nation's leaders became increasingly aware of the blemish left by extralegal violence on America's reputation. Ultimately, Hobbs argues, the international implications of these four murders, along with other antiblack violence around the nation, increased pressure not only on public officials in Florida to protect the civil rights of African Americans in the state but also on the federal government to become more active in prosecuting racial violence. Tameka Bradley Hobbs is assistant professor of history at Florida Memorial University.

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 332 Pages (3,713 KB)
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Added: Jun 4th, 2020

Retirement Timing and Social Stratification: A Comparative Study of Labor Market Exit and Age Norms in Western Europe by Jonas Radl (De Gruyter Open) 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 4 hours ago

The book addresses a timely issue that attracts both researchers and policy-makers: the factors explaining early retirement. The study uses cutting-edge methodology to produce fresh empirical evidence that sheds a new light on the processes of leaving work and challenges occasionally the conventional wisdom on the cross-national differences in retirement ages.

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 329 Pages (7,678 KB)
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Added: Jun 3rd, 2020
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