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Introduction to Estimating Economic Models by Atsushi Maki
28 July 2012

Introduction to Estimating Economic Models by Atsushi Maki

Introduction to Estimating Economic Models by Atsushi Maki
English | ISBN: 0415589878, 041558986X | 2011 | 224 pages | PDF | 1,9 MB


The book's comprehensive coverage on the application of econometric methods to empirical analysis of economic issues is impressive. It uncovers the missing link between textbooks on economic theory and econometrics and highlights the powerful connection between economic theory and empirical analysis perfectly through examples on rigorous experimental design. The use of data sets for estimation derived with the Monte Carlo method helps facilitate the understanding of the role of hypothesis testing applied to economic models.
YO! Sushi: The Japanese Cookbook
24 September 2010

YO! Sushi: The Japanese Cookbook

YO! Sushi: The Japanese Cookbook
HarperCollins UK | 2007 | ISBN: 0007241283 | English | 192 pages | PDF | 40 MB


YO! Sushi: The Japanese Cookbook brings YO!'s delicious Japanese dishes to the home and shows you how easy it is to make your own sushi and other Japanese fare. This eye-popping book includes YO!'s most popular dishes: california rolls, salmon maki, prawn yaki soba, and chilled roasted aubergines. Original recipes encourage readers to expand their repertoire and enjoy a range of flavorsome dishes. Learn to cook soy-marinated chicken, make healthy salads such as beetroot with sweet vinegar, and impress friends with red snapper rice.
YO! Sushi: The Japanese Cookbook
10 July 2011

YO! Sushi: The Japanese Cookbook

YO! Sushi: The Japanese Cookbook
192 pages | Publisher: HarperCollins UK (September 3, 2007) | English | ISBN-10: 0007241283 | 50MB

YO! Sushi: The Japanese Cookbook brings YO!'s delicious Japanese dishes to the home and shows you how easy it is to make your own sushi and other Japanese fare. This eye-popping book includes YO!'s most popular dishes: california rolls, salmon maki, prawn yaki soba, and chilled roasted aubergines. Original recipes encourage readers to expand their repertoire and enjoy a range of flavorsome dishes. Learn to cook soy-marinated chicken, make healthy salads such as beetroot with sweet vinegar, and impress friends with red snapper rice.
Nurturing Dreams: Collected Essays on Architecture and the City
12 June 2010

 Nurturing Dreams: Collected Essays on Architecture and the City
Nurturing Dreams: Collected Essays on Architecture and the City
Publisher: The MIT Press | 2008-10-31 | ISBN: 0262135000 | PDF | 233 pages | 5.23 MB

Winning entry, Professional Illustrated Category, in the 2009 New England Book Show sponsored by Bookbuilders of Boston. Born in Tokio, educated in Japan and the United States, and principal of an internationally acclaimed architectural practice, celebrated architect Fumihiko Maki brings to his writings on architecture a perspective that is both global and uniquely Japanese. Influenced by post-Bauhaus internationalism, sympathetic to the radical urban architectural vision of Team X, and a participant in the avant-garde movement Metabolism
College Vegetarian Cooking
2 February 2012

College Vegetarian Cooking

College Vegetarian Cooking
2009 | ISBN: 1580089828, 1607741206 | 160 pages | mobi | 17 MB

Grad students, cookbook authors and sisters, the Carles (Teens Cook Dessert, College Cooking) present another approachable but uneven collection aimed at peers who are going vegetarian. Emphasizing familiar favorites like cheese enchiladas bolstered with green chiles and corn, Asian lettuce wraps, falafel and pasta primavera, the dishes come together without fuss or the need for arcane ingredients, ensuring the book gets plenty of use. Time-saving steps, like employing already-made wontons for mushroom ravioli and puff pastry for cherry turnovers or tomato tarts will help budding cooks build confidence quickly. That said, novices may find instructions frustratingly brief-those unfamiliar with caramelizing may well end up with a scorched mess instead of a caramelized onion tart, and there's little help in crafting one's own pizza dough. Greater light is shined, however, on procedures for making potato gnocchi and maki rolls. Pesto pasta may be a little light on the basil, and the reliance on cream of mushroom soup in Tofu Tetrazzini may give one pause, but the sisters' hits outnumber their misses.