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Thu Oct 16 18:02:41 2014 UTClccn-no20070615660.16Heath and safety testing in construction : edition 80.370.66Directing interviews John Mansfield talks with Michael Latham /90820266no20070615667427375lccn-n83017173Burke, James1936-lccn-no93016193Discovery Channel (Firm)lccn-n94803418Learning Channel (Firm)lccn-n89116311Ambrose Video Publishinglccn-no2006042693Langham Productions (Firm)lccn-n79117948Friedman, Milton1912-2006lccn-n91010144Filkin, Davidnc-video sigVideo Signp-massey, grahamMassey, Grahamdrtnp-mansfield, johnMansfield, JohnLatham, MichaelHistoryInterviewsBiographyUnited StatesTechnologyInventionsFree enterpriseIndustrial policyMoney laundering--PreventionCapitalismGreat BritainEconomic policyWelfare stateProtectionismSchool choiceEconomicsDocumentary films--Production and directionDocumentary television programs--Production and directionEquality--Economic aspectsEqualityFree tradeCommercial policyTechnology and civilizationConstruction industry--Safety measuresConstruction industry--Safety regulationsConstruction contractsDepressionsTrade regulationLabor unionsInflation (Finance)Consumer protectionIndustrial procurement--Government policyConstruction industry--Government policyLibertyPublic welfareEducation and stateInterviewing on televisionTelevision producers and directorsEducationEconomic historyTelevision--Production and directionTelevisionInterviewingSocial justiceLabor supplyBanks and bankingFederal Reserve banksExplorersMoneyHumboldt, Alexander von,Stanley, Henry M.--(Henry Morton),Smith, Jedediah Strong,Amundsen, Roald,19322005196519661970197119741975197719781979198019811982198319841985198619891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200320042005200620072008201020122014139695159609T15ocn000158586ocn248664463ocn884723699ocn220115622ocn225726288ocn723975146ocn2201427703871ocn052522046visu20030.23Connections 3HistoryThis science series shows that history is filled with seemingly unrelated discoveries that are actually connected in the most surprising ways. Host James Burke continues to explore the effects and origins of inventions and events that shape the modern world1314ocn029770899visu19930.63The structure of documentariesInterviewsJohn Mansfield talks with Michael Latham about various easily- learned techniques which underlie successful documentaries10310ocn000158586book19700.53Baxter, RaymondTomorrow's world+-+7830447005324841ocn174091460book20070.16Heath and safety testing in construction : edition 8+-+2867602036324776ocn061372008visu19800.39Friedman, MiltonFree to choose a personal statementThe first major TV series featuring Milton Friedman, Nobel Prize-winning economist. These programs, filmed on location around the world, have helped millions of people understand the close relationship between the ideas of human freedom and economic freedom. The interaction between those ideas has created in the United States the richest and freest society the world has ever known. Milton Friedman sees this success threatened by the tendency in the last few decades to assume that government intervention is the answer to all problems. In these programs, which first aired on January 11, 1980, Dr. Friedman focuses on basic principles. How do markets work? Why has socialism failed? Can government help economic development? The 1980 version consists of 10 one-hour programs444ocn019477706visu19800.33Power of the marketEconomist Milton Friedman discusses his views on the power and operation of a free market413ocn019477762visu19800.35The tyranny of controlEconomist Milton Friedman discusses the dangers of government controls in the marketplace and in our lives383ocn031863120visu19920.66Directing interviews John Mansfield talks with Michael LathamInterviewsExplains how to conduct an interview, prepare the questions, select the interviewees, and put them at ease in front of a camara384ocn019477859visu19800.37Created equalEconomist Milton Friedman discusses equality--is it a desirable or a possible goal for a society?296ocn811492897file20100.66Greenberg, Theodore SPolitically exposed persons preventive measures for the banking sectorIn recent years, the revelations of grand corruption and the scale of the plunder of state assets has led to greater scrutiny of financial relationships with politically exposed persons (PEPs) and potential money laundering risks associated with these customers. PEPs-individuals who are or have been entrusted with prominent public functions, their family members, and close associates-represent a greater risk because of the possibility that such individuals may abuse their position and influence to accept and extort bribes and misappropriate state assets. Implementation of an effective PEPs regime is a critical component of the prevention and detection of transfers of proceeds of crime and therefore ultimately in the process of recovering these proceeds of corruption. The United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) and the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Forty Recommendations on Money Laundering require countries to ensure that financial institutions implement systems for identification and verification of PEP customers, enhanced due diligence procedures at account opening, and ongoing monitoring. Notwithstanding the efforts by many financial institutions and regulatory authorities to prevent corrupt PEPs from entering and using the financial system to launder the proceeds of corruption, there has been an overall failure in the effective implementation of risk based systems to detect corruption proceeds. In this context, Politically Exposed Persons-A Guide on Preventive Measures for the Banking Sector is designed to help build regimes that will facilitate the identification of corrupt PEPs and their efforts to launder money through banks. The authors identify recommendations and good practices aimed at improving compliance with international standards and increasing supervisory effectiveness+-+4888386735324277ocn034972040book19940.37Latham, MichaelConstructing the team : final report : joint review of procurement and contractual arrangements in the United Kingdom construction industryThe Joint Review of Procurement and Contractual Arrangements in the UK Construction Industry was announced to the House of Commons in July 1993. This Final Report makes recommendations, some of them radical, to tackle the problems revealed following the consultation process241ocn012893374visu19780.35Ten who daredBiographyPresents the stories of ten explorations in an award-winning production that captures the age of explorers221ocn019477826visu19800.39From cradle to graveEconomist Milton Friedman examines the welfare system in the United States, its history and its effects211ocn019477966visu19800.37Who protects the worker?Economist Milton Friedman examines the working of the labor market and the role of labor unions202ocn019477798visu19800.35Anatomy of crisisEconomist Milton Friedman examines the Great Depression of the 1930s, giving his views on why it happened and how it might have been prevented202ocn019478000visu19800.29How to cure inflationEconomist Milton Friedman discusses the causes of inflation and his ideas for a cure202ocn027417891visu19910.37Friedman, MiltonFree to chooseNova versió de la sèrie televisiva centrada en les idees de l'economista Milton Friedman. Cada un dels programes inclou: una nova introducció ; una filmació que il·lustra el tema tractat; i un nou debat191ocn019477909visu19800.50What's wrong with our schools?Economist Milton Friedman examines some of the problems facing America's schools and proposes solutions182ocn019477933visu19800.35Who protects the consumer?Economist Milton Friedman examines the consumer movement. Does this consumerism really work in protecting the interests of the individual consumer?161ocn045747299visu19910.47The failure of socialismFriedman argues that socialism is based on the premise that people are better off when experts guide their lives. He uses U.S. public education as a case study of the failure of socialism. He endorses a voucher system to give choice and control back to parents because giving individuals the power to choose will lead to better results than centrally planned activity. In a discussion following the documentary, Friedman explores the subject further with Gordon Tullock of the University of Arizona and Henry Levin of Stanford University. They debate what standards government should set for education, the role of public and private schools, the special needs of underprivileged children, and how much control parents should have over the schools+-+2867602036324+-+2867602036324Thu Oct 16 15:43:54 EDT 2014batch16835