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Recruitment of External Candidates as a Function of Human Resources Management in the Company: Darko Lugonja
Recruitment of External Candidates as a Function of Human Resources Management in the Company:Akademische Schriftenreihe. 1. Auflage. Darko Lugonja
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This is a first book to show that the theory of the Gaussian random matrix is essential to understand the universal correlations with random fluctuations and to demonstrate that it is useful to evaluate topological universal quantities. We consider Gaussian random matrix models in the presence of a deterministic matrix source. In such models the correlation functions are known exactly for an arbitrary source and for any size of the matrices. The freedom given by the external source allows for various tunings to different classes of universality. The main interest is to use this freedom to compute various topological invariants for surfaces such as the intersection numbers for curves drawn on a surface of given genus with marked points, Euler characteristics, and the Gromov-Witten invariants. A remarkable duality for the average of characteristic polynomials is essential for obtaining such topological invariants. The analysis is extended to nonorientable surfaces and to surfaces with boundaries.
This text is designed to establish an understanding of the fundamentals of currency. It provides a cursory overview of the international Monetary System of which currency is the core. To enhance the readers foundation, the second phase of the text provides an explanation of how and why the International Monetary Fund was established. That formation is tracked from initial formation of a fixed par value to our modern day system of floating exchange rates. With those fundamentals established, a presentation is provided to enable the reader to entertain the basic functioning of currency in the context of a global setting; the functioning of domestic international markets and external-Eurocurrency markets. That function process introduces sovereign and credit risks that accompany currency in the International Monetary System. A brief but concise presentation is provided to the reader to explain the source of these risks and the reason. Lastly, currency in itself has taxable transaction features. In a global setting it necessitates recognition of a means to manage those risks inherent in global trade, external currency markets, and capital investment. These facets are explained and documented. Tulane University School of Law Graduate School of Law Program, Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D. 1996), New Orleans, Louisiana; Boston University School of Law Graduate Program in Banking Law Studies (LL.M. International Banking, 1992); Boston Massachusetts; Boston University School of Law Graduate Tax Program (LL.M. Taxation 1974); Cumberland School of Law of Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama (J.D. 1973); Minnesota State University, Mankato, Minnesota (B.S.B.A. 1969). Licensed to practice law: The Florida Bar and The Tennessee Bar, and admitted to the United States Tax Court and the United States Court of Federal Claims.
This book introduces new inventory models to support decision-making when cost of externalities are jointly considered along with costs of logistics. Internalization of cost of externalities gives rise to new logistics costs estimates and functions which managers, researchers, lecturers and students should refer in facing with logistics issues. This book focuses on freight transports of industrial production systems. Logistics play a key role for industries since it reveals a critical function designed and managed to pursue economic goals. A large amount of literature is available providing models, which can be used to minimize logistic costs. However, these models usually neglect externalities. New Models for Sustainable Logistics: Internalization of External Costs in Inventory Management is comprised of three chapters. Chapter 1 provides a taxonomy of external costs figures as well as data set enabling the reader to perform reliable estimates of freight transport external costs. To this purpose, a full scale case study is developed. Chapter 2 describes a new sustainable inventory management model whose cost functions include externalities. The classical Economic Order Quantity model is re-formulated and the new concept of Sustainable Order Quantity (SOQ) is defined. Finally, in Chapter 3 the SOQ model is formulated for different inventory management applications referred to both deterministic and stochastic production environments. Numerical examples are also provided. Salvatore Digiesi . Graduated in Mechanical Engineering at the Polytechnic of Bari - Italy. European PhD in Advanced Production Systems at the Interpolitecnica School of Doctorate. Tenured assistant professor of mechanical plants at the Polytechnic of Bari. Member of the Board of Professor of the PhD Course on Mechanical and management engineering at the Polytechnic of Bari. His main research topics are sustainable production and logistics, human performance modelling, and energy recovery systems from biomasses. Giuseppe Mascolo got his Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2011 at the Polytechnic of Bari and the Second Level Masters Degree in Industrial Plant Engineering and Technologies in 2012 at the University of Genoa, both with full marks. He is pursuing his PhD in Mechanical and Management Engineering, with a focus on Sustainable Logistics, at the Department of Mathematics, Mechanics and Management (DMMM) of the Polytechnic of Bari. Giorgio Mossa. He earned the Degree in Mechanical Engineering and the PhD in Advanced Production Systems Engineering at the Polytechnic of Bari. He got a master in Energy and Environmental Management and Economics at the School E. Mattei - ENI Corporate University. In 2014 he earned the National Scientific Qualification for the University Associate Professor position. Tenured assistant professor of operations management and industrial systems engineering and member of the Board of the PhD Course on Mechanical and management engineering at the Polytechnic of Bari. Main research topics are environmental management of production systems, human performance modelling, design and management of industrial systems, risk, safety and security management. Giovanni Mummolo is full professor of graduate and post-graduate industrial engineering courses at the Polytechnic of Bari (Italy), Dept. of Mechanics, Mathematics, and Management. His main fields of research are in production management and system design. He is responsible for several international research projects and is referee of many international journals. Research Award of the CIO 2014 - ICIEOM - IIE International Conference. He is President of the European Academy for Industrial Management.
A Chemico-Physiological Essay, Disproving the Existence of an Æriform Function in the Skin, and Pointing Out, by Experiment, the Impropriety of Ascribing Absorption to the External Surface of the Human Body (Classic Reprint): Joseph Klapp
In this volume, contributions covering the theoretical and practical aspects of multicomponent crystals provide a timely and contemporary overview of the state-of-the art of this vital aspect of crystal engineering/materials science. With a solid foundation in fundamentals, multi-component crystals can be formed, for example, to enhance pharmaceutical properties of drugs, for the specific control of optical responses to external stimuli and to assemble molecules to allow chemical reactions that are generally intractable following conventional methods. Contents Pharmaceutical co-crystals: crystal engineering and applications Pharmaceutical multi-component crystals: improving the efficacy of anti-tuberculous agents Qualitative and quantitative crystal engineering of multi-functional co-crystals Control of photochromism in N -salicylideneaniline by crystal engineering Quinoline derivatives for multi-component crystals: principles and applications N-oxides in multi-component crystals and in bottom-up synthesis and applications Multi-component crystals and non-ambient conditions Co-crystals for solid-state reactivity and thermal expansion Solution co-crystallisation and its applications The salt-co-crystal continuum in halogen-bonded systems Large horizontal displacements of benzene-benzene stacking interactions in co-crystals Simultaneous halogen and hydrogen bonding to carbonyl and thiocarbonylfunctionality Crystal chemistry of the isomeric N,N-bis(pyridin-n-ylmethyl)-ethanediamides, n = 2, 3 or 4 Solute?solvent interactions mediated by main group element (lone-pair)????(aryl) interactions Edward R. T. Tiekink , Sunway University, Malaya; Julio Zukerman-Schpector , Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Brazil.