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Cure The Crunch By Bhavin Patel
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THINGS YOU CAN DO RIGHT KNOW TO BOOST YOUR BUSINESS ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD! If, like so many entrepreneurial people you believe that the recession is a time full of potential, untapped opportunities... More > for businesses. I am so glad that you have found this book. This book uncovers the proven lessons that highly successful business owners have to teach us about achieving business success in a recession. ‘If somebody says, “There’s less opportunity now,” it’s because they’re losers. Now is the time.’ Robert Kiyosaki – Author or Rich Dad Poor Dad, Facebook status Nov 24th 4.pm This book contains the combined wisdom of 8 highly experienced business people each revealing his hard earned lesson for success in an economic downturn.< Less
Beating The Credit Crunch - survive and thrive in the current recession By Robert Craven & Robert Craven
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Identify what needs to be done to dramatically increase sales, profits and cash in your business. Written for growing businesses trying to live through the current recession, Robert Craven pulls no... More > punches about the tough decisions you need to make to guarantee the future of your business.< Less
Beating The Credit Crunch - survive and thrive in the current recession By Robert Craven
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Identify what needs to be done to dramatically increase sales, profits and cash in your business. Written for growing businesses trying to live through the current recession, Robert Craven pulls no... More > punches about the tough decisions you need to make to guarantee the future of your business.< Less
Crunch Time: A Call To Action By Angus Ritchie
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The speed and scale of the credit crunch have left politicans running to keep up with events. Amidst public bewilderment and anger, the churches, mosques and unions in Citizens UK have come up with... More > a radical response. Its five-point Call to Action is now commanding attention and respect from politicians in all the major parties. This collection is written by thinkers at the heart of the alliance - explaining its proposals, and in particular the reasons why Christians should support them. The book ends with an extended essay by John Milbank, arguing that Christian social teaching represents 'The Real Third Way' between the dominance of state and market. The editor, Angus Ritchie is Director of the Contextual Theology Centre in East London and Fellows' Chaplain at Magdalen College, Oxford. He has been involved in Citizens UK since 1998.< Less
The Cathford Group Credit Inc By Gertrude Lee
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With the global financial crunch still wagging its massive tail in many parts of the world, it is essential to know the fundamental principles in monetary management, whether for business purposes or... More > for personal reasons. Taking out a loan nowadays is an open and viable option for anyone who has the basic skills to utilize such funds for whatever reason it may be.< Less
Where Has All The Credit Gone? By Colin Richard Webb
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Containing two works addressing the problems we have all had with money and with credit. "On the Real Causes of the Recession, Banking and Credit Crises 2007/2008" is a conventional... More > analysis which identifies a key factor in why the credit crunch has arisen. It is this key aspect of the credit crunch which must be tackled to restore the levels of credit the world needs. Whilst scrambling for Keynesian fiscal stimulus responses we seem to have overlooked a rather more important factor John Maynard Keynes identified from his experiences in the 1930's. In recent decades the world of economics has somewhat neglected Keynes' ideas on the Trade Cycle at its peril. "The Economics of Money, Poverty and Wealth and What We Should Do About It" argues for a very unconventional alternative approach and cure to the problems of modern economics and our financial systems.< Less
Where Has All The Credit Gone? By Colin Richard Webb
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Containing two works addressing the problems we have all had with money and with credit. "On the Real Causes of the Recession, Banking and Credit Crises 2007/2008" is a conventional... More > analysis which identifies a key factor in why the credit crunch has arisen. It is this key aspect of the credit crunch which must be tackled to restore the levels of credit the world needs. Whilst scrambling for Keynesian fiscal stimulus responses we seem to have overlooked a rather more important factor John Maynard Keynes identified from his experiences in the 1930's. In recent decades the world of economics has somewhat neglected Keynes' ideas on the Trade Cycle at its peril. "The Economics of Money, Poverty and Wealth and What We Should Do About It" argues for a very unconventional alternative approach and cure to the problems of modern economics and our financial systems.< Less
The Yoke of Linked Credit: A Study of Coastal Villages in Kanyakumari District By S. Sahaya Selvi
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Paucity of funds, financial crunch, scarcity of resources and capital rationing are the key issues to be discussed and deliberated among all the tycoons of corporate, academic circles and in the... More > midst of policy makers. Without proper allocation of funds, no Endeavour can be carried ahead. Finance becomes the life-blood of any organization. Everyone in the helm of affairs shows keen interest in raising and managing funds for the growth and development of an organization. Unfortunately limitation of funds is a concern for every size of the industries be it, multinational, national and domestic sectors. In order to meet this challenge every firm is forced to borrow from external agencies, which provide credit services. Credit is the prime input to start any activity in the modern orbits. Becoming aware of this dynamics, the borrowers are willing to ‘walk extra miles’ for the growth of their organization and accept the terms and conditions which are imposed by the credit supporters.< Less
On the Real Causes of the Recession, Banking and Credit Crises 2007/2008 By Colin Richard Webb
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This work, which was first published in the immediate aftermath of the historic G20 meeting in November 2008, is a conventional analysis which identifies a key factor in why the credit crunch has... More > arisen. It is this key aspect of the credit crunch which must be tackled to restore the levels of credit the world needs. Whilst scrambling for Keynesian fiscal stimulus responses we seem to have overlooked a rather more important factor John Maynard Keynes identified from his experiences in the 1930's. In recent decades the world of economics has somewhat neglected Keynes' ideas on the Trade Cycle at its peril. The author in exploring the various roots of the crises is seeking to remind us of the importance of this key factor Keynes had identified, the "marginal efficiency of capital" or its equivalent the discount rate, so we can seek to minimise the current recession, help avoid future recessions and bring about future economic growth.< Less
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