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The Safina Tuna Depletion by Bernard Rosenson

The oceans which supplied an abundant source of food protein from the world are being rapidly depleted. The study of tuna migration and fishing provides a good example of environmental food exploitation. The blue fin tuna is disappearing and the fishing of large 2,000 lb. Fish is now extinct. pdf File Name: The-Safina-Tuna-Depletion.pdf File Size: 297 kb Download File
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Why Over-Consumption of Artificial Trans Fat is a Potential Problem Requiring Governmental Intervention

The regulators have intervened in the standards requiring a "better" diet for the population in order to avert costly future healthcare. The following article examines the evolution from trans fat use to complete ban. pdf File Name: Why-Over-Consumption-of-Artificial-Trans-Fat-is-a-Potential-Problem-Requiring-Governmental-Intervention.pdf File Size: 122 kb Download File
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Transformation Natural to Decisions Made Under Uncertainty

People make irrational choices more often than not. Our decision centers: the brain, the heart, and the gut alternate in the influence of choices. Economists have relegated natural decision making to the heart. Behavioral economics has come on it's own offering a different explanation of choice and decision making. The following essay examines the transformation natural to decisions made under uncertainty. file File Name: Advances-in-prospect-Theory.pdf File Size: 189 kb Download File
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Intentional Change at the Community Level: Influencing the Crime Rate in NYC and Chicago 1990-2010

Chicago represents a city gone out of control. Murders occur frequently without recourse. The government is unable to stop this. The following article presents a connection between Chicago and New York through 2010, examining recent research and explaining correlations. file File Name: Intentional-Change-at-the-Community-Level.pdf File Size: 254 kb Download File
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Residency 1 by Bernard Rosenson

Business systems are examples of dynamic and evolving complexity marked by change at all levels (individual, team, organizational, national, and global). The system is non-linear, non-Gaussian, with adaptive, power law distributions resting at equilibrium only temporarily affected by "creative destructions" occurring when paradigms shift resulting in different and similar elements in a non-ergodic state. The rational view of business is replaced by realization that uncertainty exists and the best we can do is approximate risks. In spite of limitations, we attempt to make environments intelligible, creating institutions which are affected by innovation and change, upsetting the short-lived existing equilibrium. The major drivers of innovatio...
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