The world's wealth was drawn into the financial whirlpools of economic excess.
This book uses systems thinking to explore the economic chaos that defined the
first decade of this millennium. It begins with activities in the U.S. housing and ...
Author: Karen L. Higgins
Publisher: Academic Press
How do economists reconcile their expertise with their failures to predict and manage the 2008 financial crisis? This book goes a long way toward an answer by using systems theory to reveal the complex interdependence of factors and forces behind the crisis. In her fully integrated view of the economy, how it works, and how the economic crisis burst, Karen Higgins combines human psychology, cultural values, and belief formation with descriptions of the ways banks and markets succeed and fail. In each chapter she introduces themes from financial crisis literature and brings a systems-theory treatment of them. Her methodology and visual presentations both develop the tools of systems theory and apply these tools to the financial crisis. Not just another volume about the crisis, this book challenges the status quo through its unique multidisciplinary approach. Presents a broad global view of international economic health and international corporate health Describes how policies, regulations, and trends dating to the 1950s influenced the crisis Assumes readers possess a general familiarity of economics and finance
Moreover, Maytag, Whirlpool's biggest rival, has financial and management
problems. The rally in Whirlpool shares, from $35 to $63 over the past seven
months, means the stock is no longer in the bargain bin. Still, Midwest Research
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A whirlpool of information eventually leads to inaction and missed financial
opportunities. Any time you are spinning, unable to make a decision or move
forward, you are experiencing a whirlpool of energy. Sometimes it is just your
own energy ...
Author: Suzan Hilton
Money is more than a bank balance; it’s a reflection of the overall abundance in your life. Now, a CPA and feng shui practitioner presents an unusual and valuable application of the ancient Eastern tradition of feng shui. Delving into all of the life forces that affect financial health, The Feng Shui of Abundance is not just a monetary makeover; it is a whole-being program whose benefits include: • Locating the wealth area of your office or home • Dislodging clogged energy in your career • Drawing on the five currents of the “River of Gold” to address debt, personal spending, and your own potential for abundance • Creating a financial plan that speaks to your dreams and desires A liberating book for those who feel financially “trapped,” and for anyone who wants to achieve his or her potential, The Feng Shui of Abundance incorporates all three feng shui aspects—wind, water, and energy—unleashing the forces that control true wealth, creating clearer harmony between your money, goals, and dreams. This is the perfect handbook for anyone seeking genuine peace of mind as well as financial prosperity.
(Financial Times. May 20, 2005). In June 2004, the Chinese appliance maker,
Haier, made a bid on behalf of a consortium of investors to acquire Maytag for
$16 per share. Then, on July 18, Maytag 's competitor, Whirlpool, entered the fray
Author: Stephen H. Penman
Lays out the techniques and principles of financial statement analysis, with a focus on the investor. Works from a conceptual framework and provides tools for practical analysis. Illustrates methods with applications to recognisable companies such as Nike, Microsoft, Dell, and Coca-Cola.
Financial Whirlpools: A Systems Story of the Great Global Recession. Elsevier,
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Author: Karen L. Higgins
Publisher: Academic Press
How to sustain our world for future generations has perplexed us for centuries. We have reached a crossroads: we may choose the rocky path of responsibility or continue on the paved road of excess that promises hardship for our progeny. Independent efforts to resolve isolated issues are inadequate. Different from these efforts and from other books on the topic, this book uses systems thinking to understand the dominant forces that are shaping our hope for sustainability. It first describes a mental model - the bubble that holds our beliefs - that emerges from preponderant world views and explains current global trends. The model emphasizes economic growth and drives behavior toward short-term and self-motivated outcomes that thwart sustainability. The book then weaves statistical trends into a system diagram and shows how the economic, environmental, and societal contributors of sustainability interact. From this holistic perspective, it finds leverage points where actions can be most effective and combines eight areas of intervention into an integrated plan. By emphasizing both individual and collective actions, it addresses the conundrum of how to blend human nature with sustainability. Finally, it identifies primary three lessons we can learn by applying systems thinking to sustainability. Its metaphor-rich and accessible style makes the complex topic approachable and allows the reader to appreciate the intricate balance required to sustain life on Earth. Highlights the application of system thinking in economics Identifies systemic leveraging actions for achieving sustainability Outlines a comprehensive and integrated plan for achieving sustainable stewardship in the future
The 1988 percentage was higher primarily because Whirlpool International was
first included in 1989 . SEGMENT AND INTERIM FINANCIAL REPORTING Note
that Whirlpool identifies Sears as its largest customer , even though this ...
Author: Floyd A. Beams
This fifth edition retains its emphasis on the full equity method whilst expanding its coverage of the cost and partial equity methods. It also adds coverage of interim reporting, corporate joint ventures, SEC accounting and estates and trusts.