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Stanley P. Stephenson
December 2013
Today's economists are still concerned however with issues of value and distribution and how market forces operate to price scarce resources like labor, land, machines and more recently information and time. The field is generally divided into two areas: macroeconomics and microeconomics.

Stanley P. Stephenson, David A. Macpherson & Gerald D. Martin
April 21, 2017
Uses proven procedures, checklists, samples and tables to value economic loss in wrongful death and personal injury cases. Learn how to calculate damages, what to ask a forensic economist, which tables to consult for current information on damages and more.

Michael J. Dreikorn
August 1, 2003
This book explains the dynamics in organizations, and describes business interactions as integrated processes that can be defined and managed as a holistic organism.

Michael J. Dreikorn
June 1, 1995
demonstrates how to develop a quality system that complies with both the ANSI/ISO/ASQC series quality standards and the applicable regulations of the FAA. Chapters are organized according to the major requirements of the ANSI/ISO/ASQC Q9001-1994 quality standards. Includes helpful examples and sample forms, cross-reference matrices comparing sections of each set of quality standard requirements, and a glossary of industry acronyms.

C. Thomas Vangsness, Jr., MD
December 31, 2013
This book offers a plan for anyone who wants to prevent or reverse their pain, discomfort, and limitations. It is the first book on arthritis that incorporates the latest research and treatment strategies for a disease that the vast majority of baby boomers will inevitably have to learn to live with. What's more, it provides younger generations with an easy-to-follow game plan for minimizing and even avoiding the more debilitating aspects of arthritis.

Gregory T. Whitman, MD & Robert W. Baloh, MD
October 17, 2016
Anyone who has experienced the sensation of the room spinning around or the lightheadedness that signals an impending faint knows how bad it feels to be dizzy. Almost any medical condition can cause dizziness, but the most common include benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, transient drops in blood pressure, migraine, and anxiety. Inner ear disorders that cause dizziness are often associated with abnormal eye movements?in fact, it’s possible to diagnose an acute inner ear infection in five seconds, just by looking at a person’s eyes. In Dizziness, Drs. Gregory T. Whitman and Robert W. Baloh explore the different conditions that can cause dizziness, describe the types of dizziness they see most frequently, and explain what people with dizziness can do to feel better.

Kent Sasse, MD
This updated and expanded edition of Outpatient Weight-Loss Surgery delivers timely information and the latest research results on innovative procedures, including Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy, Mini-Gastric Bypass and the latest innovations in Laparoscopic Gastric Banding with Imbrication. The new edition explains why the Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass is the cure for Type 2 Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes in 85% of cases.

Kent Sasse, MD
October 9, 2009
he decision to have a surgical weight-loss procedure is a life-affirming decision. Choosing the correct procedure requires diligence, responsibility, hard work, determination and resourcefulness to inform yourself to the point of making the best informed decision.

Kent Sasse, MD
January 16, 2010
Combining the science of weight loss with inspiration and advice that has dramatically improved the lives of many people, this guide offers a compelling case that change is possible and that losing weight may be the most important life change a person can make.

Kent Sasse, MD
May 16, 2009
Surgical weight-loss procedures have come a long way in the last several decades. Not only have the procedures become much safer and much less invasive with the advent of laparoscopic surgery, but the surgical procedures themselves have come to be accepted in the medical field as having real health benefits rather than being viewed as simply cosmetic. The benefits to weight loss have been long-documented, and the benefits from weight-loss operations are now documented as well. However, weight-loss operations are still surgical procedures, and not to be undertaken lightly.

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