PSTRONGBuilding the E-Service Society is a state-of-the-art book which deals with innovative trends in communication systems, information processing, and security and trust in electronic commerce, electronic business, and electronic government.
This book focuses on creating a sustainable peace as opposed to winning the peace. It is comprised of fifteen papers, which examine and discuss various dimensions of the peace-building and post-conflict reconciliation process.
The World Public Sector Report 2003 provides an analysis of the status of e-government in the world today. It adopts the UN Millennium Declaration as its analytical framework and presents global ranking of Member States as to their e-government readiness.
The ability to persuade and influence are essential skills for todays business professionals. This book teaches a step-by-step process, with exercises, tips and guidelines on how to make an effective presentation.
Gas lifting can be used throughout the whole lifespan of an oil well: from the time it dies until its abandonment. The Gas Lift Manual is a thorough, handy reference that is essential to the practicing engineer needing to successfully perform this type of artificial lift project.
Provides authoritative advice about how good dietary habits can promote health and reduce risk for major chronic diseases. Gives action steps to reach achievable goals in weight control, stronger muscle and bones, and balanced nutrition to help prevent chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes and some cancers.
This publication, which is a reflection and synthesis of the dialogue among the Task Force community, illustrates the importance placed on understanding, exploring and integrating the myriad applications of ICT with the Millennium Development Goals, a framework agreed to by member governments of the United Nations at the Millennium Summit in 2000.
Maylor and Blackmon present a practical and highly accessible guide to business research methods. The approach is target driven: providing students with the tools to produce an excellent quality research project.
Latin America has a long history of political violence with domestic conflicts of different intensity, ideological origins, players and dynamics. This paper discusses the main economic and political determinants of conflict and terrorism and provides empirical evidence on the incidence and nature of these phenomena in the Latin American region in the second half of the 20th century and early 21st century.