Business & Economics

The GVAR Handbook

Author: Filippo di Mauro

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 286

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The GVAR is a Global Vector Auto-Regression model of the global economy. Its main feature is to take into account the financial and real linkages connecting the major world economies. This book provides an overview of the GVAR and its applications: forecasting, finance issues, and regional studies.
Reference

Periodical Title and Abbreviation by Abbreviation

Author: Leland G. Alkire

Publisher: Gale Group

ISBN:

Category: Reference

Page: 1614

View: 407

Volume 1 is a comprehensive dictionary with more than 230,000 entries. It covers periodicals from a wide variety of subjects, including: science, social sciences, humanities, law, medicine, religion, library science, engineering, education, business, and art. Volume 1lists, in a single in letter-by-letter sequence, abbreviations commonly used for periodicals together with their full titles.
Soviet Union

U.S.S.R. Handbook

Author: Louis Segal (écrivain).)

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Soviet Union

Page: 643

View: 842

Technology & Engineering

Satellite & TV Handbook

Author: Bart Kuperus

Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 368

View: 873

Offers advice on installing and testing a satellite receiver, and lists stations and satellites
Psychology

Handbook of Essential Psychopharmacology

Author: Ronald W. Pies

Publisher: Amer Psychiatric Pub

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 416

View: 409

Because of continuous new developments in drug research and practice, psychopharmacology is a subject in constant change. As the number of published research and efficacy studies, theoretical papers, and case reports continues to increase, busy clinicians, residents, and teachers must struggle constantly to keep current with this explosion of information. Fortunately, there is a source that can help them learn and retain the basics of psychopharmacology. Loaded with many special features, the "Handbook of Essential Psychopharmacology" is both a handy clinical reference for experienced clinicians and an ideal teaching tool and manual for residents, especially those preparing for the psychiatry board examinations. This useful guide provides busy residents and clinicians with a quick, current, and accessible guide to basic facts about psychotropic drugs, including dosage, indications, and drug interactions. Each chapter summarizes information about one of the four major drug classes: antidepressants, antipsychotics, anxiolytics/sedative-hypnotics, and mood stabilizers. Each chapter provides a brief overview; a wealth of tables and graphs for quick clinical consultation; a unique question and answer section and clinical vignettes designed to test the reader's comprehension; and a comprehensive reference list. Packed with essential information and many useful charts and graphs, the "Handbook of Essential Psychopharmacology" is an essential starting point in psychopharmacology for residents and experienced clinicians alike.