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Geheimnis im Moor. Roman. Aus dem Englischen von Hannelore Neves. Originaltitel: The Shrouded Walls.

223 (2) Seiten. Braunes Leinen mit Vorsatzpaier und Schutzumschlag. Sehr guter Zustand. - Susan Howatch (born 14 July 1940) is an English author. Her writing career has been distinguished by family saga-type novels which describe the lives of related characters for long periods of time. Her later books have also become known for their religious and philosophical themes. Born Susan Elizabeth Sturt in Leatherhead, Surrey, England, she was the daughter of a stockbroker, and went to school at Sutton High School. She was an only child whose father was killed during World War II, but she has described her childhood as a happy one. She obtained a degree in law from King's College London in 1961. In 1964, she emigrated to the United States, where she worked as a secretary in New York City. She married Joseph Howatch, a sculptor and writer, that year and began her career as a writer, finding success almost immediately with her intricately detailed gothic novels. A daughter was born to the couple in 1971. Upon separating from her husband in 1975, Howatch returned to England, then lived in the Republic of Ireland from 1976-80 before moving back to England permanently in 1980.[1] Her first novel was The Dark Shore (1965). She published several other "gothic" novels before she published the first of her family sagas Penmarric (1971), which details the fortunes and disputes of the Penmar family in Cornwall during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. An important theme of the story is how the mansion of Penmarric becomes controlled by various branches of the family. The family fortune was made in the Cornish tin mining industry, which is discussed throughout one of the six parts, each with a different character as narrator. As is made clear by the chapter headings, the fortunes of the family closely parallel the Plantagenet family, including Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine, with the mansion representing the throne. Howatch followed a similar theme in her vast saga, The Wheel of Fortune, where the story of the Godwin family of Oxmoon in Gower, South Wales, is in fact a re-creation in a modern form of the story of the Plantagenet family of Edward III of England, the modern characters being created from those of his eldest son Edward of Woodstock (The Black Prince) and his wife Joan of Kent, John of Gaunt and his mistress and then wife, Katherine Swynford, Richard II (son of Edward of Woodstock), Henry IV (son of John of Gaunt) and Henry IV's eldest son King Henry V. Again the mansion represents the throne. She also wrote three other family sagas, Cashelmara, which focuses on the family of Edward I (Edward DeSalis), his son, Edward II (Patrick De Salis) and others and The Rich Are Different followed by its sequel, The Sins of the Fathers, both of which combine to tell the story, in America' s financial industry, of Caesar, Cleopatra, Mark Antony, and Octavian. After her return to England in 1980, Howatch found herself "rich, successful, and living exactly where I wanted to live," but feeling a spiritual emptiness which she ascribed to "trying to hold my divided self together" and questioning her life and what she should do with it. She had settled in Salisbury out of love for the beauty of the town, but found herself increasingly drawn to Salisbury Cathedral eventually she began to study Anglican Christianity in earnest. She experienced a spiritual epiphany, and concluded that she should continue to write novels, but to "set forth my discoveries in the light of faith, no matter how feeble and inadequate my beginner's faith was."[2] This personal turning point culminated in Howatch's most successful and popular works, the Starbridge series. ... Aus: en-wikipedia-Susan_Howatch

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Der Schneeprinz. Roman. Aus dem Norwegischen übersetzt von Gabriele Haefs. Originaltitel: Bryllupsreisen.

277 (3) Seiten. 21,1 cm. Braunes Leinen mit Schutzumschlag. Sehr guter Zustand. - Knut Faldbakken (* 31. August 1941 in Oslo) ist ein norwegischer Schriftsteller. Er studierte Psychologie und arbeitete als Journalist. Er lebte längere Zeit in Paris und hielt sich immer wieder längere Zeit in anderen europäischen Ländern auf (England, Spanien, Dänemark, Jugoslawien). Von 1975 bis 1980 war er Herausgeber der Literaturzeitschrift "Vinduet". Knut Faldbakken ist der Vater des Künstlers Matias Faldbakken. ... Aus: wikipedia-Knut_Faldbakken

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Das Glücksrad oder der Zauber von Oxmoon. Roman. Aus dem Englischen von Wilm W. Elwenspoek, Helmut Kossodo, Werner Peterich und Hermann Stiehl. Mit Anmerkungen der Autorin.

1247 Seiten. Guter Zustand. - Eine Geschichte von Ruhm und Verfall, von dem glanzvollen Jahrzehnt vor dem Ersten Weltkrieg bis in die Gegenwart: Der Herrensitz Oxmoon auf der Halbinsel Gower in Wales ist Schauplatz von Liebe, Intrigen, Glück und Haß. Jedem Erben, dem Oxmoon zufällt, wird es zur Herausforderung, aber nicht alle sind dieser Aufgabe gewachsen. . - - Susan Howatch (born 14 July 1940) is an English author. Her writing career has been distinguished by family saga-type novels which describe the lives of related characters for long periods of time. Her later books have also become known for their religious and philosophical themes. Born Susan Elizabeth Sturt in Leatherhead, Surrey, England, she was the daughter of a stockbroker, and went to school at Sutton High School. She was an only child whose father was killed during World War II, but she has described her childhood as a happy one. She obtained a degree in law from King's College London in 1961. In 1964, she emigrated to the United States, where she worked as a secretary in New York City. She married Joseph Howatch, a sculptor and writer, that year and began her career as a writer, finding success almost immediately with her intricately detailed gothic novels. A daughter was born to the couple in 1971. Upon separating from her husband in 1975, Howatch returned to England, then lived in the Republic of Ireland from 1976-80 before moving back to England permanently in 1980.[1] Her first novel was The Dark Shore (1965). She published several other "gothic" novels before she published the first of her family sagas Penmarric (1971), which details the fortunes and disputes of the Penmar family in Cornwall during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. An important theme of the story is how the mansion of Penmarric becomes controlled by various branches of the family. The family fortune was made in the Cornish tin mining industry, which is discussed throughout one of the six parts, each with a different character as narrator. As is made clear by the chapter headings, the fortunes of the family closely parallel the Plantagenet family, including Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine, with the mansion representing the throne. Howatch followed a similar theme in her vast saga, The Wheel of Fortune, where the story of the Godwin family of Oxmoon in Gower, South Wales, is in fact a re-creation in a modern form of the story of the Plantagenet family of Edward III of England, the modern characters being created from those of his eldest son Edward of Woodstock (The Black Prince) and his wife Joan of Kent, John of Gaunt and his mistress and then wife, Katherine Swynford, Richard II (son of Edward of Woodstock), Henry IV (son of John of Gaunt) and Henry IV's eldest son King Henry V. Again the mansion represents the throne. She also wrote three other family sagas, Cashelmara, which focuses on the family of Edward I (Edward DeSalis), his son, Edward II (Patrick De Salis) and others; and The Rich Are Different followed by its sequel, The Sins of the Fathers, both of which combine to tell the story, in America' s financial industry, of Caesar, Cleopatra, Mark Antony, and Octavian. After her return to England in 1980, Howatch found herself "rich, successful, and living exactly where I wanted to live," but feeling a spiritual emptiness which she ascribed to "trying to hold my divided self together" and questioning her life and what she should do with it. She had settled in Salisbury out of love for the beauty of the town, but found herself increasingly drawn to Salisbury Cathedral; eventually she began to study Anglican Christianity in earnest. She experienced a spiritual epiphany, and concluded that she should continue to write novels, but to "set forth my discoveries in the light of faith, no matter how feeble and inadequate my beginner's faith was."[2] This personal turning point culminated in Howatch's most successful and popular works, the Starbridge series. . Aus: en-wikipedia-Susan_Howatch Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1100 Englische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Bestseller, Familienroman Familienromane, Wales, Anglistik, Englische Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft, Great Britain, Kolonialgeschichte, Commonwealth Pappband mit Schutzumschlag und einer Karte sowie einem Stammbaum auf den Vorsätzen. Guter Zustand. ISBN: 382890212X.

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Der Schneeprinz. Roman. Aus dem Norwegischen übersetzt von Gabriele Haefs. Originaltitel: Bryllupsreisen.

277 (3) Seiten. 21,1 cm. Sehr guter Zustand. - Knut Faldbakken (* 31. August 1941 in Oslo) ist ein norwegischer Schriftsteller. Er studierte Psychologie und arbeitete als Journalist. Er lebte längere Zeit in Paris und hielt sich immer wieder längere Zeit in anderen europäischen Ländern auf (England, Spanien, Dänemark, Jugoslawien). Von 1975 bis 1980 war er Herausgeber der Literaturzeitschrift "Vinduet". Knut Faldbakken ist der Vater des Künstlers Matias Faldbakken. . Aus: wikipedia-Knut_Faldbakken Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 410 Norwegische Literatur, Belletristik, Gewebe, Literaturtheorie, Literaturgattungen, Literaturepochen, Skandinavische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Literaturrezeption, Literaturgeschichte, Literaturwissenschaft, Literaturrecherche, Literaturinterpretation, Literaturkanon, Sonderangebot, Nice Prize, Günstige Bücher, Ausverkauf Braunes Leinen mit Schutzumschlag.

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Geheimnis im Moor. Roman. Aus dem Englischen von Hannelore Neves. Originaltitel: The Shrouded Walls.

223 (2) Seiten. Sehr guter Zustand. - Susan Howatch (born 14 July 1940) is an English author. Her writing career has been distinguished by family saga-type novels which describe the lives of related characters for long periods of time. Her later books have also become known for their religious and philosophical themes. Born Susan Elizabeth Sturt in Leatherhead, Surrey, England, she was the daughter of a stockbroker, and went to school at Sutton High School. She was an only child whose father was killed during World War II, but she has described her childhood as a happy one. She obtained a degree in law from King's College London in 1961. In 1964, she emigrated to the United States, where she worked as a secretary in New York City. She married Joseph Howatch, a sculptor and writer, that year and began her career as a writer, finding success almost immediately with her intricately detailed gothic novels. A daughter was born to the couple in 1971. Upon separating from her husband in 1975, Howatch returned to England, then lived in the Republic of Ireland from 1976-80 before moving back to England permanently in 1980.[1] Her first novel was The Dark Shore (1965). She published several other "gothic" novels before she published the first of her family sagas Penmarric (1971), which details the fortunes and disputes of the Penmar family in Cornwall during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. An important theme of the story is how the mansion of Penmarric becomes controlled by various branches of the family. The family fortune was made in the Cornish tin mining industry, which is discussed throughout one of the six parts, each with a different character as narrator. As is made clear by the chapter headings, the fortunes of the family closely parallel the Plantagenet family, including Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine, with the mansion representing the throne. Howatch followed a similar theme in her vast saga, The Wheel of Fortune, where the story of the Godwin family of Oxmoon in Gower, South Wales, is in fact a re-creation in a modern form of the story of the Plantagenet family of Edward III of England, the modern characters being created from those of his eldest son Edward of Woodstock (The Black Prince) and his wife Joan of Kent, John of Gaunt and his mistress and then wife, Katherine Swynford, Richard II (son of Edward of Woodstock), Henry IV (son of John of Gaunt) and Henry IV's eldest son King Henry V. Again the mansion represents the throne. She also wrote three other family sagas, Cashelmara, which focuses on the family of Edward I (Edward DeSalis), his son, Edward II (Patrick De Salis) and others; and The Rich Are Different followed by its sequel, The Sins of the Fathers, both of which combine to tell the story, in America' s financial industry, of Caesar, Cleopatra, Mark Antony, and Octavian. After her return to England in 1980, Howatch found herself "rich, successful, and living exactly where I wanted to live," but feeling a spiritual emptiness which she ascribed to "trying to hold my divided self together" and questioning her life and what she should do with it. She had settled in Salisbury out of love for the beauty of the town, but found herself increasingly drawn to Salisbury Cathedral; eventually she began to study Anglican Christianity in earnest. She experienced a spiritual epiphany, and concluded that she should continue to write novels, but to "set forth my discoveries in the light of faith, no matter how feeble and inadequate my beginner's faith was."[2] This personal turning point culminated in Howatch's most successful and popular works, the Starbridge series. . Aus: en-wikipedia-Susan_Howatch Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 460 Englische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Bestseller, Familienroman Familienromane, Wales, Anglistik, Englische Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft, Great Britain, Kolonialgeschichte, Commonwealth, Englische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Familie, Familienroman Familienromane, Ökonomie, Englische Geschichte, Bankengeschichte, Bankwesen, New York , Familienleben, Familiensaga, Englisch, Englische Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft, Familienbeziehung, Englische Gesellschaft Braunes Leinen mit Vorsatzpaier und Schutzumschlag.

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Das Glücksrad oder der Zauber von Oxmoon. Roman. Aus dem Englischen von Wilm W. Elwenspoek, Helmut Kossodo, Werner Peterich und Hermann Stiehl. Mit Anmerkungen der Autorin.

1247 Seiten. Guter Zustand. - Eine Geschichte von Ruhm und Verfall, von dem glanzvollen Jahrzehnt vor dem Ersten Weltkrieg bis in die Gegenwart: Der Herrensitz Oxmoon auf der Halbinsel Gower in Wales ist Schauplatz von Liebe, Intrigen, Glück und Haß. Jedem Erben, dem Oxmoon zufällt, wird es zur Herausforderung, aber nicht alle sind dieser Aufgabe gewachsen. . - - Susan Howatch (born 14 July 1940) is an English author. Her writing career has been distinguished by family saga-type novels which describe the lives of related characters for long periods of time. Her later books have also become known for their religious and philosophical themes. Born Susan Elizabeth Sturt in Leatherhead, Surrey, England, she was the daughter of a stockbroker, and went to school at Sutton High School. She was an only child whose father was killed during World War II, but she has described her childhood as a happy one. She obtained a degree in law from King's College London in 1961. In 1964, she emigrated to the United States, where she worked as a secretary in New York City. She married Joseph Howatch, a sculptor and writer, that year and began her career as a writer, finding success almost immediately with her intricately detailed gothic novels. A daughter was born to the couple in 1971. Upon separating from her husband in 1975, Howatch returned to England, then lived in the Republic of Ireland from 1976-80 before moving back to England permanently in 1980.[1] Her first novel was The Dark Shore (1965). She published several other "gothic" novels before she published the first of her family sagas Penmarric (1971), which details the fortunes and disputes of the Penmar family in Cornwall during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. An important theme of the story is how the mansion of Penmarric becomes controlled by various branches of the family. The family fortune was made in the Cornish tin mining industry, which is discussed throughout one of the six parts, each with a different character as narrator. As is made clear by the chapter headings, the fortunes of the family closely parallel the Plantagenet family, including Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine, with the mansion representing the throne. Howatch followed a similar theme in her vast saga, The Wheel of Fortune, where the story of the Godwin family of Oxmoon in Gower, South Wales, is in fact a re-creation in a modern form of the story of the Plantagenet family of Edward III of England, the modern characters being created from those of his eldest son Edward of Woodstock (The Black Prince) and his wife Joan of Kent, John of Gaunt and his mistress and then wife, Katherine Swynford, Richard II (son of Edward of Woodstock), Henry IV (son of John of Gaunt) and Henry IV's eldest son King Henry V. Again the mansion represents the throne. She also wrote three other family sagas, Cashelmara, which focuses on the family of Edward I (Edward DeSalis), his son, Edward II (Patrick De Salis) and others; and The Rich Are Different followed by its sequel, The Sins of the Fathers, both of which combine to tell the story, in America' s financial industry, of Caesar, Cleopatra, Mark Antony, and Octavian. After her return to England in 1980, Howatch found herself "rich, successful, and living exactly where I wanted to live," but feeling a spiritual emptiness which she ascribed to "trying to hold my divided self together" and questioning her life and what she should do with it. She had settled in Salisbury out of love for the beauty of the town, but found herself increasingly drawn to Salisbury Cathedral; eventually she began to study Anglican Christianity in earnest. She experienced a spiritual epiphany, and concluded that she should continue to write novels, but to "set forth my discoveries in the light of faith, no matter how feeble and inadequate my beginner's faith was."[2] This personal turning point culminated in Howatch's most successful and popular works, the Starbridge series. . Aus: en-wikipedia-Susan_Howatch Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1100 Englische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Bestseller, Familienroman Familienromane, Wales, Anglistik, Englische Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft, Great Britain, Kolonialgeschichte, Commonwealth Pappband mit Schutzumschlag und einer Karte sowie einem Stammbaum auf den Vorsätzen. Guter Zustand. ISBN: 382890212X.

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Der Schneeprinz. Roman. Aus dem Norwegischen übersetzt von Gabriele Haefs. Originaltitel: Bryllupsreisen.

277 (3) Seiten. 21,1 cm. Sehr guter Zustand. - Knut Faldbakken (* 31. August 1941 in Oslo) ist ein norwegischer Schriftsteller. Er studierte Psychologie und arbeitete als Journalist. Er lebte längere Zeit in Paris und hielt sich immer wieder längere Zeit in anderen europäischen Ländern auf (England, Spanien, Dänemark, Jugoslawien). Von 1975 bis 1980 war er Herausgeber der Literaturzeitschrift "Vinduet". Knut Faldbakken ist der Vater des Künstlers Matias Faldbakken. . Aus: wikipedia-Knut_Faldbakken Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 410 Norwegische Literatur, Belletristik, Gewebe, Literaturtheorie, Literaturgattungen, Literaturepochen, Skandinavische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Literaturrezeption, Literaturgeschichte, Literaturwissenschaft, Literaturrecherche, Literaturinterpretation, Literaturkanon, Sonderangebot, Nice Prize, Günstige Bücher, Ausverkauf Braunes Leinen mit Schutzumschlag.

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Geheimnis im Moor. Roman. Aus dem Englischen von Hannelore Neves. Originaltitel: The Shrouded Walls.

223 (2) Seiten. Sehr guter Zustand. - Susan Howatch (born 14 July 1940) is an English author. Her writing career has been distinguished by family saga-type novels which describe the lives of related characters for long periods of time. Her later books have also become known for their religious and philosophical themes. Born Susan Elizabeth Sturt in Leatherhead, Surrey, England, she was the daughter of a stockbroker, and went to school at Sutton High School. She was an only child whose father was killed during World War II, but she has described her childhood as a happy one. She obtained a degree in law from King's College London in 1961. In 1964, she emigrated to the United States, where she worked as a secretary in New York City. She married Joseph Howatch, a sculptor and writer, that year and began her career as a writer, finding success almost immediately with her intricately detailed gothic novels. A daughter was born to the couple in 1971. Upon separating from her husband in 1975, Howatch returned to England, then lived in the Republic of Ireland from 1976-80 before moving back to England permanently in 1980.[1] Her first novel was The Dark Shore (1965). She published several other "gothic" novels before she published the first of her family sagas Penmarric (1971), which details the fortunes and disputes of the Penmar family in Cornwall during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. An important theme of the story is how the mansion of Penmarric becomes controlled by various branches of the family. The family fortune was made in the Cornish tin mining industry, which is discussed throughout one of the six parts, each with a different character as narrator. As is made clear by the chapter headings, the fortunes of the family closely parallel the Plantagenet family, including Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine, with the mansion representing the throne. Howatch followed a similar theme in her vast saga, The Wheel of Fortune, where the story of the Godwin family of Oxmoon in Gower, South Wales, is in fact a re-creation in a modern form of the story of the Plantagenet family of Edward III of England, the modern characters being created from those of his eldest son Edward of Woodstock (The Black Prince) and his wife Joan of Kent, John of Gaunt and his mistress and then wife, Katherine Swynford, Richard II (son of Edward of Woodstock), Henry IV (son of John of Gaunt) and Henry IV's eldest son King Henry V. Again the mansion represents the throne. She also wrote three other family sagas, Cashelmara, which focuses on the family of Edward I (Edward DeSalis), his son, Edward II (Patrick De Salis) and others; and The Rich Are Different followed by its sequel, The Sins of the Fathers, both of which combine to tell the story, in America' s financial industry, of Caesar, Cleopatra, Mark Antony, and Octavian. After her return to England in 1980, Howatch found herself "rich, successful, and living exactly where I wanted to live," but feeling a spiritual emptiness which she ascribed to "trying to hold my divided self together" and questioning her life and what she should do with it. She had settled in Salisbury out of love for the beauty of the town, but found herself increasingly drawn to Salisbury Cathedral; eventually she began to study Anglican Christianity in earnest. She experienced a spiritual epiphany, and concluded that she should continue to write novels, but to "set forth my discoveries in the light of faith, no matter how feeble and inadequate my beginner's faith was."[2] This personal turning point culminated in Howatch's most successful and popular works, the Starbridge series. . Aus: en-wikipedia-Susan_Howatch Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 460 Englische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Bestseller, Familienroman Familienromane, Wales, Anglistik, Englische Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft, Great Britain, Kolonialgeschichte, Commonwealth, Englische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Familie, Familienroman Familienromane, Ökonomie, Englische Geschichte, Bankengeschichte, Bankwesen, New York , Familienleben, Familiensaga, Englisch, Englische Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft, Familienbeziehung, Englische Gesellschaft Braunes Leinen mit Vorsatzpaier und Schutzumschlag.

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Der Hahn ist tot. Roman.

253 (3) Seiten. 19,3 cm. Rote Leinenstruktur mit Schutzumschlag. Sehr guter Zustand. Frisches Exemplar. Wie ungelesen. - Sie hält sich für eine Benachteiligte, die ungerecht behandelt wird und zu kurz kommt. Mit zweiundfünfzig Jahren trifft sie die Liebe wie ein Hexenschuß. Diese letzte Chance muß wahrgenommen werden, Hindernisse müssen beiseite geräumt werden. Sie entwickelt eine bittere Tatkraft: Rosemarie Hirte, Versicherungsangestellte, geht buchstäblich über Leichen, um den Mann ihrer Träume zu erbeuten. Ingrid Noll, die nach dem Großziehen dreier Kinder plötzlich diesen flirrend bösen Erstlingsroman schrieb, erzählt mit unbeirrter Geradlinigkeit, immer stramm aus Rosis Sicht, von Mord zu Mord, und alles geht trotzdem gut aus, und man möchte sich vor Lachen über soviel Abstruses wälzen und gleichzeitig was Wärmeres anziehen, weil es einen gründlich friert, so sehr blickt man in die Abgründe der frustrierten weiblichen Seele. Ein köstliches Buch darüber, wie Frauen über Leichen gehen, um den Mann ihrer Träume zu kriegen. Männer, hütet euch, Rosi Hirte steckt in uns allen! Elke Heidenreich Wenn Frauen zu sehr lieben - ein Psychokrimi voll trockenem Humor. Spielte er nicht in Mannheim, könnte man ihn für ein Werk von Patricia Highsmith halten. Für Sie, Hamburg.

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Wem gehört die Republik?. Die Konzerne und ihre Verflechtungen. Namen, Zahlen, Fakten '95. Mit einer Einleitung des Verfassers. Mit Personen- und Firmenregister.

559 (1) Seiten mit graphischen Darstellungen. 23 cm. Sehr guter Zustand. Frisches Exemplar. Wie ungelesen. Rüdiger Liedtke analysiert die Unternehmen und ihre Strategien, ohne dabei auf die Einzelinteressen von Finanzmarktinvestoren, Lobbyisten und Managern Rücksicht zu nehmen. Drastisch steigende Unternehmensgewinne auf der einen Seite - Entlassungen und Lohnverzicht auf der anderen: Ist die soziale Marktwirtschaft endgültig passe? Zählen Werte in der Wirtschaft gar nichts mehr? Oder gibt es in Deutschland auch Unternehmen, die sich ihrer gesellschaftlichen Verantwortung stellen? Rüdiger Liedtke portraitiert, analysiert und bewertet die wichtigsten in Deutschland operierenden internationalen Konzerne. Dazu liefert er aktuelle Daten zu allen entscheidenden Aspekten der Unternehmenspolitik: Eigentümerstruktur - Konzernüberblick - Geschäftsfelder und Beteiligungen - Standort Deutschland und internationale Strategien - Vorstände und Aufsichtsräte - Unternehmens- und Personalkennzahlen - Börsendaten - Arbeitszeit- und Bezahlungsmodelle - Forschung und Entwicklung - Konzernmanagement. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 990 Wirtschaft, Nachschlagewerke, Bibliographien, Ökonomie, Wirtschaftskritik, Wirtschaftswissenschaft, Volkswirtschaft, Sozialpolitik, Wachstum, Kapitalismus, Macht, Einkommen, Märkte, Marktwirtschaft, Nationalökonomie, Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Preisbildung, Krisentheorie, Geld, Politik, politische Verhältnisse, politische Kultur, Deutschland ab 1945, Bundesrepublik, BRD, Politikwissenschaft; Konzerne; Kartelle, Politologie, Politik nach 1945, Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Demokratie, Staatsbürgerschaft, Staatslehre, Parteien, Soziale Identität, Gesellschaft, Politische Bildung, Gesellschaftwissenschaften, Sozialwesen, Bürger, Gemeinwesen

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