Negotiation and Decision Making In Mergers and Acquisitions. Intercultural Due Diligence

“Effective leaders must know how to negotiate. This intriguing book by Dr. Iulian Warter is a must read for any executive involved in negotiating mergers or acquisitions.” – Hershey H. Friedman, Professor, PhD, Department of Business Management, City University of New York, USA “The need to be precise about what defines a merger and what […]

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Can Biofuels Alleviate the Energy and Environmental Crisis?

“I have no hesitation in endorsing the publication of this book. I strongly encourage and recommend the students, academicians, scientists, regulatory, and policymakers to glean through the adaptable solutions the authors have provided for the major problems (climate change and energy crisis) the world is facing currently…” – John HT Luong, Walton Fellow and Professor, […]

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Sensory Integration: Development, Disorders and Treatment

“The book is intended for teachers, parents and sensory integration therapists. In an accessible, professional way, the author explains what the disturbances of sensory integration involve, what they relate to and how they manifest themselves. In the book we find a description of not only sensory integration methods, a description of sensory integration dysfunctions in […]

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The Power to Care: Effects of Power in Intimate Relationships

“Written with wit and elegance, Erez Zverling provides an impressive scholarly overview of the effects power can have on people in various domains, from intimate relationships to society at large. Using beautiful examples, the author shows that power affects us in both negative and sometimes surprisingly positive ways. This book will give the reader a […]

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Humanities – 2019

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Biology – 2019

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Basilar Artery: A Clinical Review (2 Volume Set)

“Patients with pathology involving the basilar artery are some of the most desperate in all of neurology and neurosurgery, and the treatment of this pathology is among the most challenging. The dolichoectatic basilar artery aneurysm is an example of a lesion that I have struggled with for decades, trying various clipping techniques to reconstruct the […]

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