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Union Glashütte 1893 Regulator Herrenuhr D00744...
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Herrenuhr, Gehäuse Edelstahl, Band Leder, Saphirglas, Zifferblatt schwarz, wasserdicht bis 10 Bar Gehäusedurchmesser ca. 41 mm, Gehäusehöhe ca. 10,9 mm

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Stand: 20.07.2019
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The European Union as a Global Regulator? als e...
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The European Union as a Global Regulator?:

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Stand: 18.07.2019
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Union Glashütte 1893 Regulator Herrenuhr
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Herrenuhr, Gehäuse Edelstahl, Band Leder, Saphirglas, Zifferblatt weiß, wasserdicht bis 10 Bar Gehäusedurchmesser ca. 41 mm, Gehäusehöhe ca. 10,9 mm

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The European Union as a Global Regulator?:

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The EU as a Global Regulator for Environmental ...
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This book critically examines the extension of EU environmental legislation beyond EU borders through measures that determine access to the single market on the basis of processes that take place in third countries. It makes a timely contribution to political debates about the relations between EU and non-EU countries, and the Union´s role in the global governance of environmental policy, where it has been considered a global leader. The book aims to identify and explain the emerging legal phenomenon of internal environmental measures with extraterritorial implications as an important manifestation of EU global regulatory power, and assesses the extraterritorial reach of EU environmental law from a legitimacy perspective. It examines mechanisms that can bolster its legitimacy, focusing on the legal orders of the EU and the World Trade Organization, which are key legal fora for controlling the EU´s global regulatory power.

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Stand: 16.07.2019
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The EU as a Global Regulator for Environmental ...
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This book critically examines the extension of EU environmental legislation beyond EU borders through measures that determine access to the single market on the basis of processes that take place in third countries. It makes a timely contribution to political debates about the relations between EU and non-EU countries, and the Union´s role in the global governance of environmental policy, where it has been considered a global leader. The book aims to identify and explain the emerging legal phenomenon of internal environmental measures with extraterritorial implications as an important manifestation of EU global regulatory power, and assesses the extraterritorial reach of EU environmental law from a legitimacy perspective. It examines mechanisms that can bolster its legitimacy, focusing on the legal orders of the EU and the World Trade Organization, which are key legal fora for controlling the EU´s global regulatory power.

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Stand: 16.07.2019
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United States and European Union Auditor Indepe...
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United States and European Union Auditor Independence Regulation:Implications for Regulators and Auditing Practice. Auflage 2006 Christiane Strohm

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Stand: 18.07.2019
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Temp: The Real Story of What Happened to Your S...
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The untold history of the surprising origins of the ´´gig economy´´ --how deliberate decisions made by consultants and CEOs in the 50s and 60s upended the stability of the workplace and the lives of millions of working men and women in postwar America. Every working person in America today asks the same question: how secure is my job? In postwar America, business and government leaders embraced a vision of a workforce rooted in stability, and the ´´bottom line´´ was about minimizing risk, not maximizing profit or shareholder value. Over the last fifty years, job security has cratered as the postwar institutions that insulated us from volatility--big unions, big corporations, powerful regulators--have been swept aside by a fervent belief in the market. In Temp, Louis Hyman explains the real origins of the gig economy: it was created not by accident, but by choice. A series of deliberate decisions by consultants and CEOs made as early as the 1950s -- long before the digital revolution -- upended the longstanding understanding of what a corporation, factory, or shop was meant to do. Temp tells the story of the unmaking of American work through the experiences of those on the inside: consultants and executives, and the temporary (and often invisible) data processors, line workers and migrant laborers. Drawing on the archives from companies such as Apple, HP, McKinsey & Company, and Manpower, Hyman shows how these firms helped corporations trade long-term stability for short-term profits. Temp also offers concrete ideas to restoring balance between prosperity and stability. Uber is not the cause of insecurity and inequality in our country, and neither is the rest of the gig economy. The answer goes deeper than apps, further back than outsourcing and downsizing, and contests the most essential assumptions we have about how our businesses should work. As we make choices about the future, we need to understand our past.

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Stand: 16.07.2019
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Temp: How American Work, American Business, and...
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Named a ´´Triumph´´ of 2018 by New York Times Book CriticsShortlisted for the 800-CEO-READ Business Book AwardThe untold history of the surprising origins of the ´´gig economy´´ - how deliberate decisions made by consultants and CEOs in the ´50s and ´60s upended the stability of the workplace and the lives of millions of working men and women in postwar America.Every working person in the United States asks the same question, how secure is my job? For a generation, roughly from 1945 to 1970, business and government leaders embraced a vision of an American workforce rooted in stability. But over the last 50 years, job security has cratered as the postwar institutions that insulated us from volatility - big unions, big corporations, powerful regulators - have been swept aside by a fervent belief in ´´the market.´´ Temp tracks the surprising transformation of an ethos which favored long-term investment in work (and workers) to one promoting short-term returns. A series of deliberate decisions preceded the digital revolution and upended the longstanding understanding of what a corporation, or a factory, or a shop, was meant to do.Temp tells the story of the unmaking of American work through the experiences of those on the inside: consultants and executives, temps and office workers, line workers and migrant laborers. It begins in the ´60s, with economists, consultants, business and policy leaders who began to shift the corporation from a provider of goods and services to one whose sole purpose was to maximize profit - an ideology that brought with it the risk-taking entrepreneur and the shareholder revolution and changed the very definition of a corporation.With Temp, Hyman explains one of the nation´s most immediate crises. Uber is not the cause of insecurity and inequality in our country, and neither is the rest of the gig economy. The answer goes deeper than apps, further back than down 1. Language: English. Narrator: Simon Vance. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/peng/004135/bk_peng_004135_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 26.06.2019
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Unelected Power
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Central bankers have emerged from the financial crisis as the third great pillar of unelected power alongside the judiciary and the military. They pull the regulatory and financial levers of our economic well-being, yet unlike democratically elected leaders, their power does not come directly from the people. Unelected Power lays out the principles needed to ensure that central bankers, technocrats, regulators, and other agents of the administrative state remain stewards of the common good and do not become overmighty citizens; Paul Tucker draws on a wealth of personal experience from his many years in domestic and international policymaking to tackle the big issues raised by unelected power, and enriches his discussion with examples from the United States, Britain, France, Germany, and the European Union. Blending economics, political theory, and public law, Tucker explores the necessary conditions for delegated but politically insulated power to be legitimate in the eyes of constitutional democracy and the rule of law.

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Stand: 16.07.2019
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