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Todos saben que nuestra razón de ser es el SERVICIO, por eso hemos escogido ésta palabra para destacar las virtudes y fortalezas de nuestros estudiantes. 

Como una manera de reconocer su trabajo y la dedicación con la que colaboran con la Biblioteca de Administración de Empresas hemos abierto este espacio.  Cada mes se escogerán los estudiantes asistentes que más se destacan en la biblioteca por su labor diaria. 

Jóvenes, su entrega, disposición y responsabilidad nos ayuda a ofrecer un mejor SERVICIO, nos ayuda a cumplir con la encomienda de satisfacer las necesidades de información de nuestros usuarios.  Te invitamos a cada día contribuir y poner tu granito de arena para la excelencia en el servicio de la biblioteca de Administración de Empresas. 

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Libro de la Semana

Financial Crises: Lessons from the Past, Preparation for the Future

By: Caprio, Gerard

«This volume contains the published versions of papers from the sixth annual World Bank Group and Brookings Institution conference on financial markets and development. The unifying theme is how well countries with access to international financial markets are prepared for their next crises? The distilled answer is that the glass is half full. . . . [The book] is both informative and provocative. It should appeal to readers who want to be better informed about what some of the leading researchers and practitioners are thinking about financial crises in general and the building of less vulnerable banking and financial systems in particular. A lot of ground is covered in less than 300 pages.» (The Journal of Economic Literature v. 45 no. 1 (March 2007) p. 208-10)

Disponible en BAE: HB 3722 .F546 2005

Libro de la Semana

Manias, Panics, and Crashes: a History of Financial Crises

By: Kindleberger, Charles P.

Manias, Panics, and Crashes, Fifth Edition is an engaging and entertaining account of the way that mismanagement of money and credit has led to financial explosions over the centuries. Covering such topics as the history and anatomy of crises, speculative manias, and the lender of last resort, this book puts the turbulence of the financial world in perspective. The updated fifth edition expands upon each chapter, and includes two new chapters focusing on significant financial crises of the last fifteen years. (http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0471467146.html)
Disponible en BAE: HB 3722 .K56 2005

Libro de la Semana

Working Longer: the solution to the retirement income challenge

By: Munnell, Alicia H.

Daily headlines warn American workers that their retirement years may be far from golden. The average worker needs more retirement income than ever, due to increased life expectancy and soaring health care costs. But the main components of the retirement income system—Social Security and employer-provided pensions—are on the decline. What’s more, fewer employers are providing retiree health insurance, forcing households to purchase their own coverage or do without.

Working Longer investigates the prospects for moving the average retirement age from 63, the current figure, to 66. The authors ask whether future generations of workers will be healthy enough to work beyond the current retirement age, as well as whether older men and women are willing to do so. They examine companies’ incentives to employ older workers and ask what government can do to promote continued participation in the workforce. Finally, they consider the challenge of ensuring a secure retirement for low-wage workers and those who are unable to continue to work. (http://www.brookings.edu/press/Books/2008/workinglonger.aspx)

Disponible en la BAE: HD 6280 .M86 2008

Libro de la Semana

Wallet Doctor’s Survival Guide to the Stock Market…

By: Dr. Scott Brown

Through Scott’s rare combination of street smarts, supreme financial education, humor, and heart, you will learn how the stock market has raised some people to financial glory and smashed others onto the rocks of financial despair.

You will also learn the patterns of rich compared to poor stock investors that only a thoroughly competent guide through history such as Dr. Scott Brown, Ph.D. can give you.

Finally, you will learn specific steps from actual transcribed interviews by the wallet doctor that retired 3 different investors wealthy from the stock market!  For more information on Dr. Brown’s investing courses and seminars, go to: www.walletdoctor.com

Disponible en la BAE: HG 4527 .B76 2006