This book is written for the person who knows nothing about buying or selling stocks but would like to start investing in these types of securities. It begins with how a public traded company originates and becomes available to being bought and sold by the general public. Basic words and terms are explained and how they are used to describe and compare a potential value of different businesses. The book goes on to explain conservative investment strategies in what should be avoided to prevent excessive losses. Information in this book, if followed, will give an absolute beginner the knowledge to go on to accumulate a substantial estate.
Most higher education finance literature assumes that students cannot pledge their future earnings to finance their education in a free society. Investing in Human Capital, first published in 2004, challenges that assumption and explores human capital contracts as an alternative mechanism for financing higher education. Investing in Human Capital tracks the roots of the idea behind human capital contracts, discusses the beneficial consequences they would have on students and on higher education markets, and describes how they can develop in light of the innovations that have taken place in financial markets during the last decades. The book also explores the challenges - ethical and financial - that such instruments face and offers implementation alternatives that can bring about their existence in the context of a national higher education financing programme.
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