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ISBN(s) 9783492251112
Einbandart Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Seitenanzahl 384
Sprache Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Geisteswissenschaften/Kunst/Musik
Kurztitel Küng, Hans: Denkwege
Warengruppe TB/Sachbücher/Philosophie, Religion/Christliche Religionen
ISBN-10 3492251110
Länge 192 mm
Breite 120 mm
Höhe 25 mm
Gewicht 340 gr
Produkttyp Taschenbuch
Verlag Piper Verlag GmbH
Serientitel Piper Taschenbuch
Untertitel Ein Lesebuch

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Managing Energy Risk
Managing Energy Risk
Markus Burger is Head of Risk Control at EnBW Trading GmbH, the trading unit of the third largest energy supply company in Germany. He leads the market risk measurement ream with responsibility for valuation and stochastic modelling as well as credit risk management. Previously, he was a analyst for interest rate derivatives at Landesbank Baden-Wurttemberg (LBBW). He holds a Masters degree and a PhD in mathematics from the University of Karlsruhe, Germany. His practical involvement and research includes stochastic modeling, risk measurement and valuation in the energy sector. Bernhard Graeber is Head of Methodology and Models at EnBW Trading GmbH. His department is responsible for the development of load forecasting algorithms, of power plant dispatch models and of fundamental market models for electricity, CO2 certificates and fuels. He studies mechanical engineering and physics at the University of Stuttgart, Germany and at the University of Auckland, New Zealand and holds a PhD in energy economics from the University of Stuttgart. he has more that 10 years of experience in electricity market analysis and modeling. Gero Schindlmayr is Head of Market Risk and Valuation Models at EnBW Trading GmbH. before joining EnBW he worked as a quantitative analyst for equity derivatives at Deutsche Bank A.G. He holds a PhD in mathematics and a Master's degree in operations research from the RWTH Aachen, Germany and an M.Sc degree in mathematics from Warwick University, UK. He is co-author of a book titled Equity Derivatives: Theory and Applications and of several papers in the area of energy derivatives and energy risk. His main field of work includes stochastic pricing models for electricity and gas, commodity forward curve modeling, value-at-risk models and multi-commodity risk.
The Architecture of Transgression AD Sara, R: Architecture of Transgression AD
The Architecture of Transgression AD Sara, R: Architecture of Transgression AD
Transgression suggests operating beyond accepted norms and radically reinterpreting practice by pushing at the boundaries of both what architecture is, and what it could or even should be. The current economic crisis and accompanying political/social unrest has exacerbated the difficulty into which architecture has long been sliding: challenged by other professions and a culture of conservatism, architecture is in danger of losing its prized status as one of the pre-eminent visual arts. Transgression opens up new possibilities for practice. It highlights the positive impact that working on the architectural periphery can make on the mainstream, as transgressive practices have the potential to reinvent and reposition the architectural profession: whether they are subverting notions of progress; questioning roles and mechanisms of production; aligning with political activism; pioneering urban interventions; advocating informal or incomplete development; actively destabilising environments or breaking barriers of taste. In this new dispersed and expanded field of operation, the balance of architectural endeavour is shifted from object to process, from service to speculation, and from formal to informal in a way that provides both critical and political impetus to proactively affect change. Contributors: Can Altay, Edward Denison and Guangyu Ren, Kim Dovey, Chris Jenks, David Littlefield, Silvia Loeffler, Alistair Parvin, Louis Rice, Patrik Schumacher and Robin Wilson Featured architects: atelier d'architecture autog
Investigative Psychology
Investigative Psychology
This ground-breaking text is the first to provide a detailed overview of Investigative Psychology, from the earliest work through to recent studies, including descriptions of previously unpublished internal reports. Crucially it provides a framework for students to explore this exciting terrain, combining Narrative Theory and an Action Systems framework. It includes empirically tested models for Offender Profiling and guidance for investigations, as well as an agenda for research in Investigative Psychology. Investigative Psychology features: * The full range of crimes from fraud to terrorism, including burglary, serial killing, arson, rape, and organised crime * Important methodologies including multi-dimensional scaling and the Radex approach as well as Social Network Analysis * Geographical Offender Profiling, supported by detailed analysis of the underlying psychological processes that make this such a valuable investigative decision support tool * The full range of investigative activities, including effective information collection, detecting deception and the development of decision support systems. In effect, this text introduces an exciting new paradigm for a wide range of psychological contributions to all forms of investigation within and outside of law enforcement. Each chapter has actual cases and quotations from offenders and ends with questions for discussion and research, making this a valuable text for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Applied and Forensic Psychology, Criminology, Socio-Legal Studies and related disciplines.

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An Introduction to Money Laundering Deterrence Cox, D: Introduction to Money Laundering Deterrence
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Every criminal act anywhere that involves obtaining money illegally produces funds which need to be laundered. The IMF estimates that 2-5% of global GDP ($590bn and $1.5 trillion) is laundered every year - $590bn is the equivalent of Spain's yearly output. Globally, regulations have come in which affect certain businesses, especially banks and other financial institutions. These businesses have been required to put in place specific arrangements to prevent and detect money laundering and the criminal activity that underlies it. As money launderers have resorted to more sophisticated ways of disguising the source of their funds, so employees have to be ever more aware of what they are dealing with, and how to deal with it. * At present books on money laundering deterrence tend to focus on the detailed regulations and therefore do not provide much in the form of practical advice and guidance. The books also tend to look at money laundering regulation from a single perspective - say that of the UK. * Legislation requires firms to provide all relevant employees with adequate training on that legislation, and to recognise and deal appropriately with transactions where money laundering is suspected. * This book will look at a series of types of money laundering, explain how they are used and what controls, if any, could be used by an institution to protect itself. * What should make a banker suspicious, how would suspicion appear to a court or regulator, and what will the impact be on controls and reputational risk.