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Currencies of Asia
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Currencies of Asia ab 30.99 € als Taschenbuch: Euro Japanese yen Renminbi Thai baht Indonesian rupiah Afghan afghani United States dollar Pound sterling Malaysian ringgit Indian rupee South Korean won Russian ruble Turkish lira Philippine peso Macanese pataca. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Wirtschaft & Soziales,

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Currencies of Europe
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Currencies of Europe ab 26.49 € als Taschenbuch: Euro Franc Greek drachma Norwegian krone European Currency Unit Polish zloty Deutsche Mark Finnish markka Swedish krona Spanish peseta Icelandic króna Croatian kuna Danish krone Maltese lira Pound sterling Russian ruble. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Wirtschaft & Soziales,

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Russian Ruble
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The ruble or rouble (Russian: rubl , plural rubli, see note on English spelling and Russian plurals with numbers) (code: RUB) is the currency of the Russian Federation and the two partially recognized republics of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Formerly, the ruble was also the currency of the Soviet Union and the Russian Empire prior to their breakups. Belarus also uses currency with the same name. The ruble is subdivided into 100 kopeks (sometimes transliterated kopecks, or copecks, Russian: , kopeýka, plural: , kopeýki). The ISO 4217 code is RUB, the former code, RUR, refers to the Russian ruble prior to the 1998 denomination (1 RUB = 1000 RUR).

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Napkin Folding Problem
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The napkin folding problem in geometry explores whether folding a square or a rectangular napkin can increase its perimeter. The problem is known under several names, including the Margulis napkin problem, suggesting it is due to Grigory Margulis, and the Arnold''s rouble problem referring to Vladimir Arnold and the folding of a Russian ruble. There is a great deal of confusion as to whether the problem is completely resolved. Versions of the problem were solved by S. Krat, Robert J. Lang, A.S. Tarasov and I. Yaschenko.

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The Transformation of Russian Business Educatio...
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This work looks at major changes in Russian higher education, especially business education, and their outcomes, following the fall of the Soviet Union. This study explores the considerable changes that have taken place in business education as Russia has adapted to the needs of a world economy. While most historians focused on the major issues that had concerned Western observers for decades including nuclear proliferation, the emergence of democracy and the fate of the ruble, this work looks at the changes that took place in business education. These developments are bringing about fundamental changes. The work also demonstrates that Russian women have shown themselves more adaptable in embracing Western educational and business practices than men.

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Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment
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This book provides a sweeping, up-to-date, and boldly critical account of the financial crises that rocked East Asia and other parts of the world beginning with the collapse of the Thai baht in 1997. Retracing the story of Asia's 'Crisis Five'--Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea, the Philippines, and Thailand--Padma Desai argues that the region's imprudently fast-paced opening to the free flow of capital was pushed by determined advocates, official and private, in the global economy's U.S.-led developed center. Turmoil ensued in these peripheral economies, the Russian ruble faltered, and Brazil was eventually hit. The inequitable center-periphery relationship also extended to the policy measures that the crisis-swept economies implemented under International Monetary Fund bailouts, which intensified the downturns induced by the panic-driven outflows of short-term capital. Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment examines crisis origin and resolution in a comparative perspective by combing empirical evidence from the most robust economies to the least. Why is the U.S. relatively successful at weathering economic ups and downs? Why is Japan stuck in policy paralysis? Why is the European Central Bank unable to achieve both inflation control and stable growth? How can emerging markets avoid turbulence amid free-flowing speculative capital from private lenders of the developed center? Engaging and nontechnical yet deeply insightful, this book appears at a time when the continuing turmoil in Argentina has revived policy debates for avoiding and addressing financial crises in emerging market economies.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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In for a Ruble
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A pulse-pounding mystery featuring Russian-American detective Turbo Vlost, the deadliest ex-KGB operative to ever hit New York Turbo Vlost is back. He’s depressed, drinking too much, and terrified that the love of his life is truly gone. Hired to test the security of billionaire hedge fund manager Sebastian Leitz’s computer system, Turbo finds himself peeling back the fetid layers of an immigrant family living the American dream while unable to escape mysterious and unspeakable demons. Turbo isn’t the only one interested in the Leitzs. The Belarus-based Baltic Enterprise Commission---a shadowy purveyor of online sleaze---has its claws in Leitz’s brother-in-law. So, it appears, does Leitz’s brother. And Leitz’s son, a teenaged computer whiz, is running his own million-dollar schemes. Thanks to his legwork and his partner’s data-mining monster, Turbo can see all the cards. But to play the hand, he has to join the kind of game he recognizes from his childhood in the Gulag---one where the odds suddenly grow short and losers don’t always come out alive. David Duffy's In For a Ruble will enthrall fans of Martin Cruz Smith in this action-packed Turbo Vlost adventure.

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Restructuring, Stabilizing and Modernizing the ...
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Russia has embarked upon a difficult process of systemic transformation and economic opening up. While the initial strong GDP decline seemed to have ended in 1997, the real development was facing even more difficult problems as output declined sharply after the Ruble and banking crisis of August 1998: inflation started to increase again, exports and imports were falling, capital flight increasing and unemployment rising. There is broad disappointment in Russia regarding the transformation failure in 1998 since so many people had hoped that the end of the Soviet command economy would bring democracy, prosperity and international integration. While Poland has been able to double per capita income in the 1990s it has fallen by 50% in Russia and this despite considerable IMF involvement and some (modest) support from other international organizations. What were the reasons for transformation failure in the 1990s? What are the ingredients for long term sustainable transformation? What are the internal and international requirements to avoid a second - possibly tragic - failure of transformation in Russia? An international group of researchers has focussed on these problems during a two-year research project financed by the Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Foundation. A series of papers were presented at workshops in Potsdam, Bonn and Moscow in 1999 where this book is devoted to four important issues: the Russian transformation crisis, the topic of restructuring, the need for stabilizing Russia and the requirements for modernizing Russia.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment
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This book provides a sweeping, up-to-date, and boldly critical account of the financial crises that rocked East Asia and other parts of the world beginning with the collapse of the Thai baht in 1997. Retracing the story of Asia's 'Crisis Five'--Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea, the Philippines, and Thailand--Padma Desai argues that the region's imprudently fast-paced opening to the free flow of capital was pushed by determined advocates, official and private, in the global economy's U.S.-led developed center. Turmoil ensued in these peripheral economies, the Russian ruble faltered, and Brazil was eventually hit. The inequitable center-periphery relationship also extended to the policy measures that the crisis-swept economies implemented under International Monetary Fund bailouts, which intensified the downturns induced by the panic-driven outflows of short-term capital. Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment examines crisis origin and resolution in a comparative perspective by combing empirical evidence from the most robust economies to the least. Why is the U.S. relatively successful at weathering economic ups and downs? Why is Japan stuck in policy paralysis? Why is the European Central Bank unable to achieve both inflation control and stable growth? How can emerging markets avoid turbulence amid free-flowing speculative capital from private lenders of the developed center? Engaging and nontechnical yet deeply insightful, this book appears at a time when the continuing turmoil in Argentina has revived policy debates for avoiding and addressing financial crises in emerging market economies.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 04.08.2020
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