D11 .G78 2005
The world famous reference that tells who did what when from 4500 B.C. to the present day – now updated for the 21st century.
PN161 .W83 2006
This 85th annual edition comprises over 4000 listings for book publishers, consumer magazines, trade journals, literary agents and more. Also included are interviews with writers, agents and other publishing professionals on the business of writing.
PE3721 .O94 2005
From ambulance-chaser to zoot-suit, this lively and authoritative dictionary of modern slang covers over 5000 slang words and phrases from throughout the English-speaking world.
Handbook of U.S. Labor Statistics: Employment, Earnings, Prices, Productivity, and Other Labor Data
HD8064 .H38 2005
This treasure trove of information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics maintains and updates the content of the previous edition. New features include Business Employment Dynamics (BED) data and the first results of the American Time Use Survey (ATUS).
Marketing Scales Handbook Volume IV: A Compilation of Multi-Item Measures for Consumer Behavior and Advertising 1998-2001
This is the first of two books composing the fourth volume of the series. In particular this book concentrates on scales for use with consumers and for studying advertising-related issues.
PN1996 .B68 2006
The Screenwriter's Manual offers an unrivaled, systematic approach to master the complexities of composing for the screen. This text is designed for beginning and intermediate students and based on a unique step-by-step approach.
Dictionary of International Trade: Handbook of the Global Community, 6th ed.
HF1373 .D53 2005
This well-respected and large-selling dictionary of trade is in use in more than 100 countries by importers, exporters, bankers, shippers, logistics professionals, attorneys, economists and government officials.
HC59.7 .W659 2006
World Development Report 2006 presents evidence on the inequality of opportunity, within and across countries, and illustrates the mechanisms through which it impairs development. It is essential reading for understanding how greater equity can reduce poverty, enhance economic growth, advance development, and deliver increased opportunities to the poorest groups in our society.
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