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Internationales und Ausländisches Recht
Author: Internationale Vereinigung für Vergleichende Rechtswissenschaft und Volkswirtschaftslehre zu Berlin, Georg Maas, Erich von Rath, Eduard Simon
Pages: 216
Year: 1914
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Sitzungsberichte der Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften
Year: 1898
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Sitzungsberichte der Königlich Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin
Author: Deutsche Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin
Year: 1898
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Conformity of Goods in International Sales
Author: René Franz Henschel
Publisher: Gadjura
ISBN: 8761908878
Pages: 328
Year: 2005
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"The Conformity of Goods in International Sales gives a systematic analysis of Article 35 in the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG). Baed on a detailed annalysis of hte most improtant cases and leading academic writing, Article 35 is described as a historical compromise between caveat emptor and caveat venditor and it is hown that the Articel is to be supplemented by the general rules of contract law inside and outside the convention, suhc as the principle of good faith in Article 7 CISG, the rules of interpretation and usage in Article 8 and Article 9 CISG and the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts ..." (from backcover)
Norsk engelsk ordbok
Pages: 533
Year: 1995-01-01
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Norwegian-English dictionary written for native English speakers.
Bartók's years in America
Author: Vilmos Juhász
Publisher: Occidental Pr
Pages: 94
Year: 1981-06-01
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Sweden and Visions of Norway
Author: Hildor Arnold Barton
Publisher: SIU Press
ISBN: 0809324415
Pages: 227
Year: 2003
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"In 1814, as a spinoff of the Napoleonic Wars, Denmark relinquished Norway, which became a separate kingdom, dynastically united with Sweden with its own government under a constitution independently framed that year. Disputes during the next ninety-one years caused Norway unilaterally to dissolve the tie."--BOOK JACKET.
Powerful Medicines
Author: Jerry Avorn, M.D.
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0307489752
Pages: 480
Year: 2008-12-10
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If you believe that the latest blockbuster medication is worth a premium price over your generic brand, or that doctors have access to all the information they need about a drug’s safety and effectiveness each time they write a prescription, Dr. Jerry Avorn has some sobering news. Drawing on more than twenty-five years of patient care, teaching, and research at Harvard Medical School, he shares his firsthand experience of the wide gap in our knowledge of the effectiveness of one medication as compared to another. In Powerful Medicines, he reminds us that every pill we take represents a delicate compromise between the promise of healing, the risk of side effects, and an increasingly daunting price. The stakes on each front grow higher every year as new drugs with impressive power, worrisome side effects, and troubling costs are introduced. This is a comprehensive behind-the-scenes look at issues that affect everyone: our shortage of data comparing the worth of similar drugs for the same condition; alarming lapses in the detection of lethal side effects; the underuse of life-saving medications; lavish marketing campaigns that influence what doctors prescribe; and the resulting upward spiral of costs that places vital drugs beyond the reach of many Americans. In this engagingly written book, Dr. Avorn asks questions that will interest every consumer: How can a product judged safe by the Food and Drug Administration turn out to have unexpectedly lethal side effects? Why has the nation’s drug bill been growing at nearly 20 percent per year? How can physicians and patients pick the best medication in its class? How do doctors actually make their prescribing decisions, and why do those decisions sometimes go wrong? Why do so many Americans suffer preventable illnesses and deaths that proper drug use could have averted? How can the nation gain control over its escalating drug budget without resorting to rationing or draconian governmental controls? Using clinical case histories taken from his own work as a practitioner, researcher, and advocate, Dr. Avorn demonstrates the impressive power of the well-conceived prescription as well as the debacles that can result when medications are misused. He describes an innovative program that employs the pharmaceutical industry’s own marketing techniques to reduce use of some of the most overprescribed and overpriced products. Powerful Medicines offers timely and practical advice on how the nation can improve its drug-approval process, and how patients can work with doctors to make sure their prescriptions are safe, effective, and as affordable as possible. This is a passionate and provocative call for action as well as a compelling work of clear-headed science.
Merriam-Webster's Medical Dictionary
Author: Merriam-Webster
ISBN: 0877792941
Pages: 896
Year: 2016-03-01
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New title! A concise guide to the essential language of medicine. More than 35,000 entries. Pronunciations provided for all entries. Covers brand names and generic equivalents of common drugs.
Ship Registration: Law and Practice
Author: Edward Watt, Richard Coles
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1351975366
Pages: 534
Year: 2018-08-14
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Ship Registration Law and Practice is fully updated and now entering its third edition. Part of Lloyd’s Shipping Law Library, it is the most authoritative guide to the theory and practice of ship registration in the most popular jurisdictions. It contains the reference material needed to submit a vessel for registration at the leading ship registries world-wide, as well as extracts from key international conventions in this area, a new statistical analysis of the world merchant fleet and Port State control rankings.
Handbook for Estimating Health Effects from Exposure to Ionizing Radiation
Author: Rosalie Bertell, Institute of Concern for Public Health (Toronto, Ont.)
ISBN: 0969435800
Pages: 91
Year: 1986
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Debriefing the President
Author: John Nixon
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0399575812
Pages: 242
Year: 2016
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The first man to conduct a prolonged interrogation of Saddam Hussein after his capture explains why preconceived ideas about the dictator led Washington policymakers and the Bush White House astray.
Common Sense in Chess
Author: Emanuel Lasker, David Andrew Mitchell
Pages: 133
Year: 1917
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The Banality of Denial
Author: Julian Simon
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351305425
Pages: 338
Year: 2017-07-28
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The Banality of Denial examines the attitudes of the State of Israel and its leading institutions toward the Armenian Genocide. Israel's view of this issue has special significance and deserves an attentive study, as it is a country composed of a people who were victims of the Holocaust. The Banality of Denial seeks both to examine the passive, indifferent Israeli attitude towards the Armenian Genocide, and to explore active Israeli measures to undermine attempts at safeguarding the memory of the Armenian victims of the Turkish persecution. Such an inquiry into attempts at denial by Israeli institutions and leading figures of Israel's political, security, academic, and Holocaust "memory-preservation" elite has not merely an academic significance. It has considerable political relevance, both symbolic and tangible. In The Banality of Denial--as in Auron's previous work--moral, philosophical, and theoretical questions are of paramount importance. Because no previous studies have dealt with these issues or similar ones, an original methodology is employed to analyze the subject with regard to four domains: political, educational, media, and academic.
Doctors in Denial
Author: Joel Lexchin, MD
Publisher: James Lorimer & Company
ISBN: 1459412451
Pages: 344
Year: 2017-05-01
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Doctors in Denial examines the relationship between the Canadian medical profession and the pharmaceutical industry, and explains how doctors have become dependents of the drug companies instead of champions of patients' health. Big Pharma plays a role in every aspect of doctors' work. These giant, wealthy multinationals influence how medical students are trained and receive information, how research is done in hospitals and universities, what is published in leading medical journals, what drugs are approved, and what patients expect when they go into their doctors' offices. But almost all doctors deny the influence and control the drug companies exert. In this book Dr. Lexchin urges the medical profession to make the changes needed to give priority to protecting and promoting patients' health and benefitting society, rather than enabling Big Pharma to dominate health care while raking in billions in profits from citizens and governments.