Product Description: Derek has problems that he can't see coming.Derek may or may not deserve to be stalked by an unhinged ex-marine - he's not sure. He did kill the man's entire family in a car accident, and he may have been drinking, though thanks to the resulting coma he can't remember much about that day...read more
Product Description: Kayla is about to commit pseudocide. She's met a couple of experts, and they've sold her on faking her death - wiping the slate clean, emerging a new person. But, she needs a witness. When Kayla begs, Sean gets roped in. I mean, nothing too serious: just lie about when he last saw her...read more
Product Description: Steve Cornyn is a regular guy. He has an eleven year old son who puts up with him, an ex-common law girlfriend who doesn`t like him. His favorite pass time is daydreaming about blowing up the place where he works. And to top it all off, he just found out that ninety percent of the world`s population has disappeared off the face of the earth...read more
Product Description: Among its varied functions, the NCAA oversees a? matching market? in which prospective student-athletes are paired with colleges and universities for the purpose of competing in intercollegiate athletics. Previous economic research has suggested that a number of difficulties can arise in decentralized matching markets...read more
Product Description: It is often assumed that a general consensus existed between the post-war Labour and Conservative governments in matters of economic policy. Indeed, by 1954, "The Economist" was able to satirize the situation with the invention of "Mr Butskell", a fictitious political figure created by an amalgamation of the names of Hugh Gaitskell and R...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)
9780754606048 | Ashgate Pub Ltd, June 1, 2002, cover price $140.00 | About this edition: It is often assumed that a general consensus existed between the post-war Labour and Conservative governments in matters of economic policy.