1 edition of National prestige and economic interest found in the catalog.
National prestige and economic interest
Includes bibliographical references (p. 284-315) and index.
|LC Classifications||DJ149.J3 K64 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||324 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||2010489241|
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The Economy of Prestige Publisher: Harvard University Press Length: Subtitle: Prizes, Awards, and the Circulation of Cultural Value Price: $ Author: James F. English US publication date Author: Popmatters Staff. National-Socialist Economics Adolf Hitler’s economic system – based partly off the genius of Gottfried Feder – was unlike anything the world had ever seen, and it worked better than anyone predicted at the time.
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The bulk of the text describes the economic roles of businesses, households, the government, and the foreign sector. Current controversies such as globalization and immigration are touched upon. The book also includes sources of current economic information, a chronology of important economic Format: Hardcover.
This is a book about one of the great untold stories of modern cultural life: the remarkable ascendancy of prizes in literature and the arts. James F. English documents the dramatic rise of the awards industry and its complex role within what he describes as an economy of cultural prestige.
The Economy of Prestige: Prizes, Awards, and the Circulation of Cultural Value Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Cultural Economics 30(2) February with Reads.
The Economics Book clearly and simply explains more than one hundred groundbreaking ideas in economics, from the earliest experiences of trade to global National prestige and economic interest book crises. Using easy-to-follow graphics and artworks, succinct quotations, and thoroughly accessible text, The Economics Book makes abstract concepts of money and trade concrete.
The topic of economics is rich with great writing, and many books have been published over the years which tackle economic issues for a popular audience. Here is our list of ten of the best books in the area of economics.
Many of the books here are bestsellers, but we have included a few lesser-known titles that have had an important impact on how the public perceives economics. (5) National Interest means: “The values, desires and interests which states seek to protect or achieve in relation to each other” “desires on the part of sovereign states”.
—V.V. Dyke National Interests can as defined as the claims, objectives, goals, demands and interests which a nation always tries to preserve, protect, defend and secure in relations with other nations. This book covers the following topics: The Nature and Scope of Economics, The Characteristics of the Present Economic System, The Evolution of Economic Society, The Evolution of Economic Society, The Economic Development of the United States, Elementary Concepts, Monopoly, Business Organization and International Trade.
Perhaps a deeper rationale underlying the growth imperative in many countries stems from concerns about national prestige and national security.
In his influential book The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers, the historian Paul Kennedy concluded that, over the long run, a country’s wealth and productive power, relative to that of its contemporaries, is the essential determinant of its global status.
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I have a new interview with the website PolicyMic on what I call the prestige economy. The interview touches on a number of subjects – unpaid internships, the rising price of higher education, inequality and immobility, media, and geography of industry – and is.
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In Pursuit of Prestige describes the results of a two-year study of higher education in the United States designed to shed light on these issues. This volume examines higher education as an industry. The authors focus on how institutions serve four identifiable markets that generate revenue (student enrollment, research funding, public fiscal Cited by: Economic factors (raw materials, new markets to sell and buy, valve for population pressure in the metropolis) Political factors (national prestige, lobby groups interested in colonization, action of highly influential politicians) Geostrategic factors (geographic privileged enclaves).
The subsequent 2, years of military philosophy have not improved on the Athenian historian’s catalogue. “Fear” and “interest” are more familiar to us, for we too make national security and interests our foreign policy goals. But “honor” often strikes us a concept from a bygone age, one we rational moderns have progressed beyond.
Prestige recurs through history, in all societies and as a direct, incidental or implicit theme in social and natural sciences. However, aside from relatively few exceptions the academic attention it has attracted as an influence in politics has been sporadic or tangential rather than large scale and intensive.
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In this sense China’s Vision of Victory has the potential to serve as a starting point for a new stage of the conversation on China, one that. Issues of national prestige and the commitment to a doctrine that the fixing of exchange rates within the ERM was a pathway to a single European currency inhibited the adjustment of exchange rates.
This is a book about one of the great untold stories of modern cultural life: the remarkable ascendancy of prizes in literature and the arts. Such prizes and the competitions they crown are almost as old as the arts themselves, but their number and power--and their consequences for society and culture at large--have expanded to an unprecedented degree in our day/5.
Unfortunately, Hoyle (), noting the British Labour government's determination to raise the image, morale and status of teachers [e.g., DfES (Department for Education and Skills), ] sees Author: Linda Hargreaves.People have started to lose faith in the traditional recipe of prestige.
But that does not mean it was even the recipe that everyone wants. Some People Are Opting Out Of Traditional Prestige Economics. If we are not aware of the nuances of prestige economics, it would be easy to assume that prestige is universal and translates to different domains.A Georgetown University professor, Charles King, has reviewed my book 'The Case for Nationalism' for Foreign Affairs, and his review is a train wreck.