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“This superb bunch of essays shows what sort of interaction of East Asian countries has been evolving in subtle yet profound ways. By examining an extensive set of issues, the authors persuasively report that East Asia is a bit more ripe for cooperation than for rivalry.”―Mike Mochizuki, Director with the Sigur Center for Asian Studies, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University
“Analyses of regionalism in East Asia frequently oscillate between gleefully negative realist analyses in the primacy of nationalism and breathlessly naïve constructivist assertions from the inevitability of regionalism. By contrast, Remapping East Asia can be a thoughtful collection that eschews initial theoretical positions for measured, empirically rich, and theoretically nuanced reflections around the complex as well as times contradictory nature from the contemporary regional project in East Asia. T. J. Pempel with the exceptional colleagues should be commended.”―Richard Higgott, University of Warwick, Editor, The Pacific Review Read the rest of this entry »
Adapting to your ever-changing GMAT exam, Manhattan Prep’s 6th Edition GMAT Strategy Guides provide you with the latest systems for students aiming to score from the top percentiles. Written by active instructors with 99th-percentile scores, these books are intended with the student in your mind.
The 10 Manhattan Prep GMAT Strategy Guides most notable set were created to be clear and comprehensive. Consistently reviewed by students as supplying the opportunity for dramatic score improvement, Read the rest of this entry »
This book continues to be FULLY updated to reflect PMI’s changes towards the PMP Exam Content Outline dated June 2015, and is also intended for all PMP exams taken AFTER November 1st, 2015. If you are making the PMP exam on or before November 1st of 2015, please contact the Publisher.
Can you imagine valuing a magazine so much that you simply send this author a Thank You letter?
Hundreds of a large number of project managers discover why PMP Exam Prep can be a worldwide best-seller. Years of PMP exam preparation experience, endless ongoing research, interviews with project managers who failed the test to identify gaps within their knowledge, as well as a razor-sharp consentrate on making sure project managers don’t waste one particular minute time studying are THE reasons this book will be the best-selling PMP exam preparation guide on the planet. Read the rest of this entry »
Everything you need to organize the GMAT® exam a single package. Get all 3 of the Official GMAT study guides – with 25% new content and actual retired questions through the GMAT exam. The set bundle includes The Official Guide for GMAT Review 2016, The Official Guide for GMAT Quantitative Review 2016 and The Official Guide for GMAT Verbal Review 2016. All three guides consist of exclusive use of an online question bank and videos with insight and tips about GMAT preparation from previous test-takers and also the officials who make the test.
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This book brings value, specially without having the fifth edition or you cannot able to get your fifth edition.
This book has around ~50 new questions (a number of them were removed and brand new ones added). Fifth edition had 150 which one has 189.
The fifth edition ends at page 169 (along with the rest of the book being strategies to the questions) [TOTAL = 500pages] and this also new book ends at page 190 along with the rest of the pages, an overall total of ~700) with solutions and many pages of hints.
The fifth edition book is smaller in proportions while this is much larger.
The new edition is bulkier, with substandard quality paper compared to your fifth, and I still unsure how I would justify the size on the fact that a whole new edition was needed. Read the rest of this entry »
As a project management instructor and course developer for a state university, a project management keynote speaker, and somebody who has been training project managers for pretty much two decades, I suggest this book. I have also helped hundreds to secure their PMP exams (including training PMI employees) and however some folks claim they passed without it, I firmly think that the PMBOK is often a must-have.
I have owned every edition in the PMBOK and I can advise you that it’s gotten better as they age. Let’s face it, the pad isn’t the most enjoyable but a minimum of it’s far more readable than ever before. Processes will be more refined (some may remember core vs. facilitating processes in older versions) and they are titled more consistently (once had some commence with verbs while others with nouns), descriptions of inputs/tools & techniques/outputs are clearer, and illustrations are less confusing. Read the rest of this entry »