ITG Library - Recent Book Acquisitions
Bulletin 121 - 01/07/2015 - 31/12/2015

CLASSIFICATION


A. Reference

  • Van Hee J, Van den Bossche C, Buyle R, Tubbax H, Vissers R, Lemmens B, Janssens J. Informatiestandaarden. Brussel, Politeia, 2015. 69 pp. (Reeks Informatiemanagement). [ITG Library: AHX/23547 BIB]
  • Van Hee J, Marreels G, Barbier F, Aders N, Rosseau B, Van der Stock E, Van Alboom L. Datamanagement. Brussel, Politeia, 2015. 150 pp. (Reeks Informatiemanagement). [ITG Library: AHX/23548 BIB]
  • Van Hee J, Deneir J, Goorix P, Clauwaert G, Vael M. Informatiesystemen; een projectmatige aanpak. Brussel, Politeia, 2016. 101 pp. (Reeks Informatiemanagement). [ITG Library: AHX/23546 BIB]
  • van Merriënboer JJG, Kirschner PA. Ten steps to complex learning; a systematic approach to four-component instructional design; 2nd ed. New York, Routledge, 2013. 332 pp. [ITG Library: AR/23486 EDUC]
  • Shanghai Ranking Consultancy. Shanghai Jiao Tong Top 500 research universities encyclopedia 2014-2016. [Shanghai], Shanghai Ranking Consultancy, 2014. 693 pp. [ITG Library: AS/23423]

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B. Science. Scientific literature. Statistics. Informatics

  • Brockman J. The next fifty years; science in the first half of the twenty-first century. London, Vintage, 2002. 301 pp. [ITG Library: B/23535]
  • Brockman J. This explains everything: deep, beautiful, and elegant theories of how the world works. London, HarperCollins World, 2013. 411 pp. [ITG Library: B/23530]
  • Glenross H, Ahmed N, Wang Q. Biomedical science practice: experimental and professional skills. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2011. 573 pp. (Fundamentals of Biomedical Science). [ITG Library: B/23485]
  • Kruger M, Ndebele P, Horn L. Research ethics in Africa; a resource for research ethics committees. Stellenbosch, Sun Press, 2014. 206 pp. [ITG Library: B/Online]
  • Denscombe M. The good research guide for small-scale social research projects; 5th ed. Maidenhead, Open University Press, 2014. 356 pp. (Open Up Study Skills). [ITG Library: B/23477 PUBLIC]
  • Schuyt K. Tussen fout en fraude; integriteit en oneerlijk gedrag in wetenschappelijk onderzoek. Leiden, Leiden University Press, 2015. 199 pp. [ITG Library: B/23474 BIOMED]
  • Sheff RA, Marder RJ. Peer review & quality committee; essentials handbook. Danvers, MA, HCPro, 2012. 81 pp. [ITG Library: BA/Online]
  • Sheff RA, Marder RJ. Department chair; essentials handbook. Danvers, MA, HCPro, 2012. 84 pp. [ITG Library: BA/Online]
  • Tufanaru C, Huang WJ, Tsay S-F, Chou S-S. Statistics for systematic review authors. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2012. 76 pp. [ITG Library: BA/Online]
  • Ross-White A, Oakley P, Lockwood C. Guideline adaptation: conducting systematic, exhaustive, and reproducible searches. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014. 50 pp. [ITG Library: BA/Online]
  • Wilsdon J, Allen L, Belfiore E, et al. The metric tide; report of the independent review of the role of metrics in research assessment and management; July 2015. [London], HEFCE, 2015. 178 pp. [ITG Library: BA/Online]
  • Welpe IM, Wollersheim J, Ringelhan S, Osterloh M. Incentives and performance; governance of research organizations. New York, Springer, 2015. 488 pp. [ITG Library: BA/23508]
  • Boyer EL, Moser D, Ream TC, Braxton JM. Scholarship reconsidered; priorities of the professoriate; expanded edition. San Francisco, CA, Jossey-Bass, 2016. 198 pp. [ITG Library: BA/23471]
  • Fang J-Q. Medical statistics and computer experiments; 2nd ed. New Jersey, World Scientific Publishers Company, 2014. 989 + xx pp. [ITG Library: BBW/Online]
  • King FS, Burgess A, Quinn VJ, Osei AK. Nutrition for developing countries; 3rd ed. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015. 373 pp. [ITG Library: BE/23472]
  • Katz DL, Friedman RSC, Lucan SC. Nutrition in clinical practice; a comprehensive, evidence-based manual for the practitioner; 3rd ed. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2015. 728 pp. [ITG Library: BEX/Online]
  • Gráda CO. Famine: a short history. Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2010. 327 pp. [ITG Library: BFZ/23526]
  • Lane N. Life ascending: the ten great inventions of evolution. London, Profile Books, 2010. 344 pp. [ITG Library: BJS/23509]
  • Jablonka E, Lamb MJ. Evolution in four dimensions: genetic, epigenetic, behavioral, and symbiotic variation in the history of life; 2nd ed. Cambridge, MIT Press, 2014. 561 pp. (Life and Mind: Philosophical Issues in Biology and Psychology). [ITG Library: BJS/23531]
  • Kolbert E. The sixth extinction: an unnatural history. New York, Picador, 2014. 319 pp. [ITG Library: BJS/23525]
  • Ryan F. Metamorphosis: unmasking the mystery of how life transforms. Oxford, Oneworld Publications, 2012. 334 pp. [ITG Library: BJS/23532]
  • Ryan F. Virolution. London, Collins, 2009. 390 pp. [ITG Library: BJS/23435]
  • Ryan F. The mysterious world of the human genome. London, William Collins, 2015. 341 pp. [ITG Library: BJT/23494]
  • Grillo O. Biodiversity; the dynamic balance of the planet. Rijeka, InTech, 2014. 378 pp. [ITG Library: BL/Online]

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C. Internal medicine. Medical ethics

  • Kelly EB. 101 most unusual diseases and disorders. Santa Barbara, Ca, Greenwood, 2016. 289 pp. [ITG Library: C/Online]
  • Takahashi T. Integrative medicine; its role for our future. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2013. 214 pp. (New Developments in Medical Research; Health Care in Transition). [ITG Library: CB/Online]
  • Welch HG. Less medicine, more health: 7 assumptions that drive too much medical care. Boston, Mass., Beacon Press, 2015. 218 pp. [ITG Library: CB/23405]
  • Veatch RM. Hippocratic, religious, and secular medical ethics: the points of conflict. Washington, DC, Georgetown University Press, 2012. 242 pp. [ITG Library: CBE/Online]
  • Husted GL, Wolf KL, Scotto CJ, Husted JH. Bioethical decision making in nursing; 5th ed. New York, Springer, 2014. 260 pp. [ITG Library: CBE/Online]
  • Zaidi SH. Ethics in medicine. Heidelberg, Springer, 2014. 262 pp. [ITG Library: CBE/Online]
  • Kidd M. Contribution of family medicine to improving health systems; a guidebook from the World Organization of Family Doctors; 2nd ed. London, Radcliffe Publishing, 2013. 293 pp. [ITG Library: CBN/Online]
  • Jackson M, Jackson L. Clinical nursing pocket guide; 3rd ed. [Sudbury], Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2013. 184 pp. [ITG Library: CBX/Online]
  • Ross S, Furrows S. Rapid infection control nursing. Chichester, Wiley Blackwell, 2014. 182 pp. [ITG Library: CBX/Online]
  • Xu B, Yun C-S. Clinical handbook of Chinese medicine. Singapore, World Scientific Publishing Company, 2014. 504 pp. [ITG Library: CZ.2/Online]

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D. History of medicine

  • Booss J, August MJ. To catch a virus. Washington, DC, ASM Press, 2013. 364 pp. [ITG Library: DY/22832; Online]
  • Miller D. Immunologists and virologists. New York, Cavendish Square, 2014. 128 pp. [ITG Library: DY/Online]

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E. Epidemiology. Demography

  • Grove DI. Tapeworms, lice, and prions; a compendium of unpleasant infections. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 602 pp. [ITG Library: EA/23354; Online]
  • Mercer A. Infections, chronic disease, and the epidemiological transition; a new perspective. Rochester, NY, Rochester University Press, 2014. 338 pp. [ITG Library: EA/23438]
  • Pennington H. Have bacteria won? Cambridge, Polity, 2016. 146 pp. [ITG Library: EA/23536]
  • Tassier T. The economics of epidemiology. Heidelberg, Springer, 2013. 94 pp. (Springer Briefs in Public Health). [ITG Library: EB/Online]
  • Fletcher RH, Fletcher SW, Fletcher GS. Clinical epidemiology: the essentials; 5th ed. Philadelphia, PA, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014. 255 pp. [ITG Library: EB/23518]
  • National Research Council. Vital science core metrics for health and health care progress. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2015. 308 pp. [ITG Library: EC/Online]
  • Bashford A. Global population: history, geopolitics, and life on earth. New York, Columbia University Press, 2014. 466 pp. (Columbia Studies in International and Global History). [ITG Library: EH/23414]
  • WHO. World health statistics 2015. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO), 2015. 161 pp. [ITG Library: EP/Reference; Online]
  • Monwar Alam B. Application of geographic information systems. Rijeka, InTech, 2013. 384 pp. [ITG Library: ER/Online]
  • Klein N. This changes everything: capitalism vs. climate. New York, Simon & Schuster, 2015. 564 pp. [ITG Library: EV/23537]

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H. Immunology. Infectious diseases

  • Kabelitz D, Kaufmann SHE. Immunology of infection; 3rd ed. London, Academic Press, 2010. 528 pp. (Methods in Microbiology; 37). [ITG Library: H/Online]
  • Playfair JHL, Chain BM. Immunology at a glance; 10th ed. New York, Wiley-Blackwell, 2013. 118 pp. (At a Glance Series). [ITG Library: H/Online]
  • Lebman D. Lippincott illustrated reviews flash cards: immunology. Philadelphia, Wolters Kluwer Lippincott, 2015. 350 pp. [ITG Library: H/23470]
  • Sompayrac L. How the immune system works; 5th ed. New York, John Wiley, 2015. 151 pp. [ITG Library: H/23489]
  • Chatzidionysiou K. Autoimmunity. Rijeka, InTech, 2015. 208 pp. [ITG Library: HB/Online]
  • Pereira C. Allergic diseases; new insights. Rijeka, InTech, 2015. 244 pp. [ITG Library: HB/Online]
  • Bliss E. On immunity; an inoculation. Minneapolis, Graywolf Press, 2014. 205 pp. [ITG Library: HI/23541]
  • Yung A, Spelman D, Street A, McCormack J, Sorrell T, Johnson P. Infectious diseases; a clinical approach; 3rd ed. Melbourne, IP Communications, 2010. 698 pp. [ITG Library: HW/Online]
  • Hawker J, Begg N, Blair I, Reintjes R, Weinberg J, Ekdahl K. Communicable disease control and health protection handbook; 3rd ed. Chichester, Wiley-Blackwell, 2012. 440 pp. [ITG Library: HW/22423; Online]
  • Dutta TK, PArija SC, Dutta JK. Emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases. New Delhi, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2012. 212 pp. [ITG Library: HW/Online]
  • Barksdale N. Infectious diseases. Delhi, Research World, 2012. 171 pp. [ITG Library: HW/Online]
  • Berman JJ. Taxonomic guide to infectious diseases; understanding the biologic classes of pathogenic organisms. Amsterdam, Academic Press, 2012. 355 pp. [ITG Library: HW/Online]
  • Kasper DL, Fauci AS. Harrison's infectious diseases; 2nd ed. New York, McGraw-Hill, 2013. 1430 pp. [ITG Library: HW/Online]
  • Cobo F. Imported infectious diseases; the impact in developed countries. Cambridge, Woodhead Publishing, 2014. 277 pp. (Woodhead Publishing Series in Biomedicine). [ITG Library: HW/23403]
  • Schlossberg D. Clinical infectious diseases; 2nd ed. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2015. 1470 pp. [ITG Library: HW/23401]
  • Adams LV, Butterly JR. Diseases of poverty: epidemiology, infectious diseases, and modern plagues. Hanover, NH, Dartmouth, 2015. 212 pp. (Geisel Series in Global Health and Medicine). [ITG Library: HW/Online]
  • Conover MR, Vail RM. Human diseases from wildlife. Boca Raton, CRC Press, 2015. 527 pp. [ITG Library: HW/23484]
  • Peterson AT. Mapping disease transmission risk; enriching models using biogeography and ecology. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014. 210 pp. [ITG Library: HW.S/Online]
  • National Research Council. Rapid medical countermeasure reponse to infectious diseases; enabling sustainable capabilities through ongoing public- and private-sector partnerships; workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2015. 176 pp. [ITG Library: HW.S/Online]
  • Nash AA, Dalziel RG, Fitzgerald JR. Mims' pathogenesis of infectious disease; 6th ed. London, Academic Press, 2015. 356 pp. [ITG Library: HWF/23402]

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J. Microbiology. Bacteriology

  • de la Maza LM, Pezzlo MT, Shigei JT, Tan GL, Peterson EM. Color atlas of medical bacteriology; 2nd ed. Washington, DC, ASM Press, 2013. 353 pp. [ITG Library: J/23540]
  • Jorgensen JH, Pfaller MA, Carroll KC, Funke G, Landry ML, Richter SS, Warnock DW. Manual of clinical microbiology; 11th ed. Washington, DC, ASM Press, 2015. 2571 + clix pp. [ITG Library: J/23520]
  • Conway T, Cohen P. Metabolism and bacterial pathogenesis. Washington, DC, ASM Press, 2015. 382 pp. [ITG Library: J.P/23519]
  • Ribon W. Tuberculosis; expanding knowledge. Rijeka, InTech, 2015. 238 pp. [ITG Library: JC/Online]
  • Beckler M. Encyclopedia of tuberculosis. Volume I: origins of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. New York, Hayle Medical, 2015. 371 pp. [ITG Library: JC/23502]
  • Beckler M. Encyclopedia of tuberculosis. Volume II: Mycobacterium tuberculosis roots. New York, Hayle Medical, 2015. 198 pp. [ITG Library: JC/23503]
  • Makundan H, Chambers MA, Waters WR, Larsen MH. Tuberculosis, leprosy and mycobacterial diseases of man and animals; the many hosts of Mycobacteria. Wallingford, CABI, 2015. 561 pp. [ITG Library: JC/23524]
  • Olson S, English RA, Guenther RS, Claiborne AB. Facing the reality of drug-resistant tuberculosis in India; challenges and potential solutions. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2012. 165 pp. [ITG Library: JC.2/Online]
  • De Souza MVN. Tuberculosis treatment; the search for new drugs. Sharjah, Bentham Science Publishers, 2013. 225 pp. [ITG Library: JC.R/Online]
  • Schito M, Maeurer M, Zumla A. Advances in tuberculosis research: a blueprint for opportunities. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015. 140 pp. [S95-S234] pp. (Clinical Infectious Diseases; 61(Suppl.3)). [ITG Library: JC.S/Online]
  • Nunzi E, Massone C. Leprosy; a practical guide. New York, Springer, 2012. 382 pp. [ITG Library: JD/23501]
  • Arnaud CM. Anthrax detection; analyses and select studies of sampling methods. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2013. 101 pp. (Allergies and Infectious Diseases). [ITG Library: JL/Online]
  • Crump JA, Heyderman RS. Invasive Salmonella disease in Africa. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015. 151 pp. [S235-S385] pp. (Clinical Infectious Diseases; 61(Suppl.4)). [ITG Library: JS.1/Online]

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K. Virology

  • Howard CR. Lecture notes on emerging viruses and human health; a guide to zoonotic viruses and their impact. Singapore, World Scientific, 2012. 395 pp. [ITG Library: K/23490]
  • Wang L-F, Cowled C. Bats and viruses; a new frontier of emerging infectious diseases. New York, John Wiley, 2015. 368 pp. [ITG Library: K/23437]
  • Flint J, Racaniello VR, Rall GF, Skalka AM, Enquist LW. Principles of virology; 4th ed. Washington, DC, ASM Press, 2015. 574+437 pp. [ITG Library: K/23431]
  • Cann AJ. Principles of molecular virology; 6th ed. London, Academic Press, 2015. 308 pp. [ITG Library: K/23436]
  • Shapshak P, Sinnott JT, Somboonwit C, Kuhn JH. Global virology I: identifying and investigating viral diseases. New York, Springer, 2015. 840 pp. [ITG Library: K/23440; Online]
  • Dehner G. Influenza; a century of science and public health response. Pittsburg, PA, University of Pittsburg Press, 2012. 285 pp. [ITG Library: KL.D/Online]
  • Padmanabhan R, Vasudevan SG. Dengue; methods and protocols. New York, Humana Press, 2014. 403 pp. (Methods in Molecular Biology; 1138 / Springer Protocols). [ITG Library: KPD/23542]
  • Miller P. Dengue fever. New York, Cavendish Square, 2016. 64 pp. (Deadliest Diseases of All Time). [ITG Library: KPD/Online]
  • Singh SK, Ruzek D. Viral hemorrhagic fevers. Boca Raton, CRC Press, 2014. 561 pp. [ITG Library: KPH/Online]
  • van der Groen G. In het spoor van Ebola; mijn leven als virusjager. Tielt, Lannoo, 2015. 296 pp. [ITG Library: KPH/23442]
  • Lyons-Weiler J. Ebola; an evolving story. New Jersey, World Scientific Publishing Company, 2015. 221 pp. [ITG Library: KPH/23492; Online]
  • Feldmann H, Geisbert T, Kawaoka Y. Ebola and Marburg viruses; research, outbreak, management, epidemiology and ecology. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015. 373 pp. (Journal of Infectious Diseases; 212(Suppl.2)). [ITG Library: KPH/Online]
  • Pattnaik AK, Whitt MA. Biology and pathogenesis of rhabdo- and filoviruses. Singapore, World Scientific, 2015. 627 pp. [ITG Library: KPH/23491]
  • Miller P. Ebola. New York, Cavendish Square, 2016. 64 pp. (Deadliest Diseases of All Time). [ITG Library: KPH/Online]
  • Mahalingam S, Herrero LJ, Herring BL. Alphaviruses: current biology. Norfolk, Caister Academic Press, 2016. 183 pp. [ITG Library: KQ/23434 BIOMED]
  • Ansari AA, Silvestri G. Natural hosts of SIV: implication in AIDS. Amsterdam, Elsevier Science, 2014. 385 pp. [ITG Library: KR/23433]
  • Li X, Qiao S, Sher L, de Wit J. Psychosocial, behavioral and clinical implications of HIV disclosure to children in low and middle income countries: towards effective interventions. Philadelphia, PA, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2015. 118 pp. (AIDS; 29(Suppl.1)). [ITG Library: KRC/Online]
  • McPartland R. HIV and AIDS. New York, Cavendish Square, 2016. 64 pp. (Deadliest Diseases of All Time). [ITG Library: KRC/Online]
  • Benton A. HIV exceptionalism; development through disease in Sierra Leone. Minneapolis, MN, University of Minnesota Press, 2015. 176 pp. [ITG Library: KRC.1/23505]
  • Ford MA, Spicer CM. Monitoring HIV care in the United States; a strategy for generating national estimates of HIV care and coverage. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2012. 255 pp. [ITG Library: KRC.6/Online]

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L. General parasitology. Protozoology

  • Roberts LS, Janovy J, Nadler S. Gerald D. Schmidt & Larry S. Roberts foundations of parasitology; 9th ed. New York, McGraw-Hill, 2013. 670 pp. [ITG Library: L/23444]
  • Bogitsh BJ, Carter CE, Oeltmann TN. Human parasitology; 4th ed. London, Academic Press, 2013. 430 pp. [ITG Library: L/23465]
  • Paniker CKJ, Ghosh S. Paniker's textbook of medical parasitology; 7th ed. New Delhi, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2013. 266 pp. [ITG Library: L/23521]
  • Goater TM, Goater CP, Esch GW. Parasitism; the diversity and ecology of animal parasites; 2nd ed. London, Cambridge University Press, 2013. 497 pp. [ITG Library: L/23447]
  • Rollinson D, Stothard JR. Advances in parasitology. Volume 88. Amsterdam, Elsevier Academic Press, 2015. 327 pp. (Advances in Parasitology; 88). [ITG Library: L/Periodicals]
  • Rollinson D, Stothard JR. Advances in parasitology. Volume 89. Amsterdam, Elsevier Academic Press, 2015. 174 pp. (Advances in Parasitology; 89). [ITG Library: L/Periodicals]
  • Loker ES, Hofkin BV. Parasitology; a conceptual approach. New York, Garland Science, 2015. 560 pp. [ITG Library: L/23445]
  • Morand S, Krasnov BR, Littlewoo DTJ. Parasite diversity and diversification; evolutionary ecology meets phylogenetics. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press Press, 2015. 488 pp. [ITG Library: L/23446]
  • De Baets K, Littlewood DTJ. Fossil parasites. Amsterdam, Elsevier Academic Press, 2015. 446 pp. (Advances in Parasitology; 90). [ITG Library: L/Periodicals]
  • Lim YAL, Vythilingam I. Parasites and their vectors; a special focus on Southeast Asia. Wien, Springer, 2013. 263 pp. [ITG Library: L.2/Online]
  • Lamb TJ. Immunity to parasitic infections. Chichester, Wiley-Blackwell, 2012. 500 pp. [ITG Library: L.H/23011; Online]
  • Hrckova G, Velebny S. Pharmacological potential of selected natural compounds in the control of parasitic diseases. Wien, Springer, 2013. 124 pp. (Springer Briefs in Pharmaceutical Science & Drug Development). [ITG Library: L.S/Online]
  • Robertson LJ, Smith HV. Foodborne protozoan parasites. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2013. 320 pp. (Advances in Food Safety and Food Microbiology). [ITG Library: LA/Online]
  • Donaldson O. Malaria. New York, Cavendish Square, 2015. 64 pp. (Deadliest Diseases of All Time). [ITG Library: LF/Online]
  • Rosas-Aguirre A. Understanding transmission dynamics for malaria control and elimination in Peru. [Louvain-la-Neuve], Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL); Lima, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia; Antwerp, Institute of Tropical Medicine, 2015. 185 pp. [ITG Library: LF.7/23480]
  • Webb JLA. The long struggle against malaria in tropical Africa. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2014. 219 pp. [ITG Library: LF.D/23262; Online]
  • Oriero EC. Field implementation and evaluation of novel isothermal, nucleic acid-based diagnostic tools for malaria elimination in sub Saharan Africa. Antwerp, University of Antwerpen, Faculty of Medicine and Health Science, International Health; Antwerp: Institute of Tropical Medicine; [Banjul], Medical Research Council, The Gambia Unit, 2015. 194 pp. [ITG Library: LF.Q/23469]
  • Snowden FM, Bucala R. The global challenge of malaria; past lessons and future prospects. Singapore, World Science Publishing Co., 2014. 219 pp. [ITG Library: LF.S/23261; Online]
  • Magez S, Radwanska M. Trypanosomes and trypanosomiasis. New York, Springer, 2014. 294 pp. [ITG Library: LN/22937; Online]
  • Parker PM. Trypanosoma: Webster's timeline history, 1880-1997. San Diego, CA, ICON Group International, 2009. 322 pp. [ITG Library: LN.B/23448]
  • Mpanya Kabeya A. Facteurs socioculturels et contrôle de la trypanosomiase humaine africaine en République Démocratique du Congo. Bruxelles, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Faculté de Médecine, Ecole de Santé Publique (ESP), 2015. 169 pp. [ITG Library: LN.S/23410]
  • Santos ALS, Branquinha MH, d'Avila-Levy CM, Kneipp LF, Sodré CL. Proteins and proteomics of Leishmania and Trypanosoma. Dordrecht, Springer, 2014. 381 pp. (Subcellular Biochemistry; 74). [ITG Library: LP/23499]
  • Jansen AM. Ecology and diversity of Trypanosoma cruzi. Amsterdam, Elsevier, 2015. 186 pp. (Acta Tropica; 151). [ITG Library: LP/Online]

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M. Helminthology

  • Horsnell W. How helminths alter immunity to infection. New York, Springer, 2014. 152 pp. (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology; 828). [ITG Library: M.H/23441]
  • Rodriguez-Morales AJ. Current topics in echinococcosis. Rijeka, InTech, 2015. 220 pp. [ITG Library: MK/Online]

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N. Entomology

  • Goddard J. Public health entomology. Boca Raton, CRC Press, 2013. 203 pp. [ITG Library: N/Online]
  • Adelman ZN. Genetic control of malaria and dengue. London, Academic Press, 2016. 457 pp. [ITG Library: NO.S/Online]
  • Ready PD, Feldman U. Applying GIS and population genetics for managing livestock insect pests: case studies of tsetse and screwworm flies [special issue]. Amsterdam, Elsevier, 2014. 93 pp. (Acta Tropica; 138(Suppl.)). [ITG Library: NV/Online]

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P. Pathology. Hematology

  • Dunn TB, Holmes JE. Encyclopedia of cancer treatment. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2012. 676 pp. (Cancer Etiology, Diagnosis and Treatments). [ITG Library: PM/Online]
  • McGreeley JL. Encyclopedia of eye research. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2012. 2075 pp. (Eye and Vision Research Developments). [ITG Library: PM/Online]
  • Branca M, Longatto Filho A. A manual of cervical cancer screening and control; principles, practice and new perspectives. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2013. 302 pp. (Cancer Etiology, Diagnosis and Treatments). [ITG Library: PM/Online]
  • Holt S. Multiple myeloma; risk factors, diagnosis, and treatments. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2014. 249 pp. (Cancer Etiology, Diagnosis, and Treatments). [ITG Library: PM/Online]
  • Elit L. Cervical cancer; screening methods, risk factors & treatment options. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2014. 341 pp. (Cancer Etiology, Diagnosis and Treatments; Obstetrics and Gynecology Advances). [ITG Library: PM/Online]
  • Claudio PP, Vogiatzi P. Cutting edge therapies for cancer in the 21st century. Sharjah, UAE, Bentham Science Publishers, 2014. 519 pp. [ITG Library: PM.R/Online]
  • Droz J-P, Carme B, Couppié P, Nacher M, Thièblemont C. Tropical hemato-oncology. Heidelberg, Springer, 2015. 562 pp. [ITG Library: PY/Online]
  • Greene M. Thalassemia; causes, treatment options and long-term health outcomes. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2014. 249 pp. (Recent Advances in Hematology research). [ITG Library: PYHT/Online]

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Q. Clinical and laboratory medicine

  • Vasylyeva TL. Introduction to clinical research (for medical students, residents, and fellows). Amarillo, TX, Hale Publishing, 2012. [s.p.]. [ITG Library: QA/Online]
  • Akunjee M, Akunjee N, Maan Z, Ally M. Clinical skills explained. Banbury, Scion Publishing, 2012. [s.p.]. [ITG Library: QA/Online]
  • Maher B, Henn P. Learning clinical skills; pearls, pitfalls and tips for the OSCE. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2012. 245 pp. (Health Care In Transition). [ITG Library: QA/Online]
  • Harris M, Taylor G, Jackson D. Clinical evidence made easy; the basics of evidence-based medicine. Banbury, Scion Publishing, 2014. 212 pp. [ITG Library: QA/Online]
  • Hammond F, Malec JM, Nick T, Buschbacher RM. Handbook for clinical research; design, statistics, and implementation. New York, Demos Medical, 2015. 319 pp. [ITG Library: QA/Online]
  • Xiao S-Y, Oshima K. Liver pathology. New York, Demos Medical, 2015. 180 pp. (Demos Surgical Pahology Guides). [ITG Library: QA/Online]
  • Ranson M, Abbott H, Braithwaite W. Clinical examination skills for healthcare professionals. Keswick, M&K Update, 2014. 203 pp. [ITG Library: QD/Online]
  • National Research Council. Improving diagnosis in health care. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2015. 450 pp. [ITG Library: QD/Online]

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R. Pharmacology and therapeutics

  • Cheng D, Liu G. Encyclopedia of pharmacology research. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2012. 706 pp. (Pharmacology - Research Safety Testing and Regulation). [ITG Library: R/Online]
  • Smith RE. Medicinal chemistry; fusion of traditional and western medicine. Sharjah, Bentham Science Publishers, 2013. 687 pp. [ITG Library: RJ/Online]
  • Palmer MJ, Pryde DC. Orphan drugs and rare diseases. Cambridge, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2014. 463 pp. (RSC Drug Discovery Series; 38). [ITG Library: RJ/Online]
  • Institute of Medicine of the National Academies. Antimicrobial resistance; a problem without borders; the Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Symposium 2014. Washington, D.C., National Academies Press, 2014. 37 pp. [ITG Library: RJ/Online]
  • Atta-ur-Rahman, Choudhary MI, Perry G. Recent advances in medicinal chemistry. Volume 1. Sharjah, Bentham Science Publishers, 2014. 469 pp. [ITG Library: RJ/Online]
  • Vallisuta O, Olimat S. Drug discovery and development. Rijeka, InTech, 2015. 328 pp. [ITG Library: RJ/Online]
  • Kajungu D. Data mining methods for pharmacovigilance in Africa. [Louvain-la-Neuve], Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), Institut de Recherche Santé et Société (IRSS), 2015. 156 pp. [ITG Library: RJ.1/23545]
  • Podolsky SH. The antibiotic era: reform, resistance, and the pursuit of a rational therapeutics. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015. 309 pp. [ITG Library: RN/23404]
  • Demain A, Sanchez S. Antibiotics; current innovations and future trends. Norfolk, Caister Academic Press, 2015. 437 pp. [ITG Library: RN/Online]
  • Crowe JE, Boraschi D, Rappuoli R. Antibodies for infectious diseases. Washington, DC, ASM Press, 2015. 457 pp. [ITG Library: RN/Online]
  • Herrington JE, Nayyar GML, Breman JG. The global pandemic of falsified medicines: laboratory and field innovations and policy perspectives. [Lawrence], [American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene], 2015. 136 pp. (American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; 92(6 Suppl.)). [ITG Library: RS/Online]

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S. Hygiene. Public health

  • WHO guidelines for indoor air quality; household combustion. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO), 2015. 160 pp. [ITG Library: SCM/23464; Online]
  • UNICEF, WHO. Progress on sanitation and drinking water; 2015 update and MDG assessment. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO), 2015. 80 pp. [ITG Library: SD/23482; Online]
  • WHO. Sanitation safety planning; manual for safe use and disposal of wastewater, greywater and excreta. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO), 2015. 138 pp. [ITG Library: SEZ/23429; Online]
  • Tiefenbacher J. Approaches to disaster management. Rijeka, InTech, 2013. 228 pp. [ITG Library: SJA/Online]
  • National Research Council. Healthy resilient and sustainable communities after disasers strategies; opportunities and planning for recovery. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2015. 504 pp. [ITG Library: SJA/Online]
  • National Research Council. Regional disaster response coordination to support health outcomes; summary of a workshop series. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2015. 118 pp. [ITG Library: SJA/Online]
  • Farmer P, Kim JY, Kleinman A, Basilico M. Reimagining global health; an introduction. Berkeley, University of California Press, 2013. 356 pp. (California Series in Public Anthropology). [ITG Library: SO/Online]
  • De Maio F. Global health inequities; a sociological perspective. London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 184 pp. (Sociology for Globalizing Societies). [ITG Library: SO/Online]
  • Claborn D. Topics in public health. Rijeka, InTech, 2015. 306 pp. [ITG Library: SO/Online]
  • National Research Council. Approaches to universal health coverage and occupational health and safety for the informal workforce in developing countries. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2015. 146 pp. [ITG Library: SO/Online]
  • National Research Council. Improving quality of care in low and middle income countries; workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2015. 120 pp. [ITG Library: SO/Online]
  • National Research Council. Financing investments in young children globally. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2015. 108 pp. [ITG Library: SO/Online]
  • WHO, World Bank. Tracking universal health coverage. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO), 2015. 86 pp. [ITG Library: SO/23481; Online]
  • Omaswa F, Crisp N. African health leaders: making change and claiming the future. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 349 pp. [ITG Library: SO.1/23406]
  • GebreAb B. Primary health care in Ethiopia; what next? Saarbrücken, Scholar's Press, 2014. 328 pp. [ITG Library: SO.1/23506]
  • National Research Council. Sharing research data to improve public health in Africa; a workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2015. 102 pp. [ITG Library: SO.1/Online]
  • Hart JT. The political economy of health care; where the NHS came from and where it could lead; 2nd ed. Bristol, The Policy Press, 2010. 319 pp. (Health & Society Series). [ITG Library: SO.3/23476]
  • Smith K. Beyond evidence-based policy in public health; the interplay of ideas. London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 251 pp. (Palgrave Studies in Science, Knowledge and Policy). [ITG Library: SO.3/23514 PUBLIC]
  • Epperly T. Fractured; America's broken health care system and what we must do to heal it. New York, Sterling & Ross, 2012. 294 pp. [ITG Library: SO.6/23515 PUBLIC]
  • Smith-Nonini S. Healing the body politic: El Salvador's popular struggle for health rights from civil war to neoliberal peace. New Brunswick, Rutgers University Press, 2010. 308 pp. (Studies in Medical Anthropology). [ITG Library: SO.7/Online]
  • National Research Council. Scaling program investments for young children globally: evidence from Latin America and the Caribbean. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2015. 86 pp. [ITG Library: SO.7/Online]
  • Ridde V, Olivier de Sardan J-P. Abolishing user fees for patients in West Africa: lessons for public policy. Paris, Agence Française de Développement (AFD), 2013. 120 pp. (A Savoir; 20). [ITG Library: SOE.1/23427]
  • Mayaka Ma-Nitu S. Le financement basé sur la performance dans un système de santé complexe: cas de la République Démocratique du Congo. [Louvain-la-Neuve], Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), Institut de Recherche Santé et Société (IRSS), 2015. 286 pp. [ITG Library: SOE.1/23428]
  • Baer HE, Singer M, Susser I. Medical anthropology and the world system; critical perspectives; 3rd ed. Santa Barbara, CA, Praeger, 2013. 521 pp. [ITG Library: SON/Online]
  • Amzat J, Razum O. Medical sociology in Africa. New York, Springer, 2014. 299 pp. [ITG Library: SON/23451]
  • Yung A, Leder K, Torresi J, Ruff T, O'Brien D, Starr M, Black J. Manual of travel medicine; 3rd ed. Melbourne, IP Communications, 2011. 414 pp. [ITG Library: SS/Online]
  • Tropengeneeskunde. Houten, Bohn Stafleu Van Loghum, 2015. 86 pp. (Bijblijven. Cumulatief Geneeskundig Nascholingssysteem; 31(7)). [ITG Library: SS/23463]
  • Zuckerman JN, Brunette GW, Leggat PA. Essential travel medicine. Chichester, Wiley-Blackwell, 2015. 338 pp. [ITG Library: SS/Online]
  • Brunette GW, Kozarsky PE. CDC Health information for international travel 2016; the yellow book. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2016. 659 pp. [ITG Library: SS/23443]
  • Jarvis WR. Bennett & Brachman's hospital infections; 6th ed. Philadelphia, PA, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2013. 756 pp. [ITG Library: SYN/Online]

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U. Tropical medicine and other specialties

  • McDowell MA, Rafati S. Neglected tropical diseases; Middle East and North Africa. Vienna, Springer, 2014. 282 pp. (Neglected Tropical Diseases). [ITG Library: UB/23439]
  • Markle WH, Fisher MA, Smego RA. Understanding global health; 2nd ed. New York, McGraw-Hill Education, 2014. 529 pp. [ITG Library: UB/Online]
  • WHO. Investing to overcome the global impact of neglected tropical diseases; third WHO report on neglected tropical diseases. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO), 2015. 191 pp. [ITG Library: UB/23462; Online]
  • Ryler C. Handbook of tropical medicine. Jersey City, NJ, Foster Academics, 2015. 311 pp. [ITG Library: UB/23500]
  • Chakrabarti P. Medicine and empire, 1600-1960. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 246 pp. [ITG Library: UBD/23529]
  • McLaughlin MAS. Cardiovascular care made incredibly easy; 3rd ed. Philadelphia, PA, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014. 354 pp. [ITG Library: UH/Online]
  • Fitzpatrick JG, Mulroy DJ. Encyclopedia of neurologic disorders. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2012. 690 pp. (Neurology - Laboratory and Clinical Research Developments; Neurodegenerative Diseases - Laboratory and Clinical Research). [ITG Library: UI/Online]
  • Jan MMS. Manual of child neurology; problem based approach to common disorders. Dubai, Bentham Science Publishers, 2012. 141 pp. [ITG Library: UI/Online]
  • Lynn DJ, Newton HB, Rae-Grant AD. The 5 minute neurology consult; 2nd ed. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2012. 441 pp. [ITG Library: UI/Online]
  • Bentivoglio M, Cavalheiro EA, Kristenson K, Patel NB. Neglected tropical diseases and conditions of the nervous system. New York, Springer, 2014. 401 pp. [ITG Library: UI/23253; Online]
  • Yates H. Handbook on cerebral palsy; risk factors, therapeutic management and long-term prognosis. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2014. 271 pp. (Neurodevelopmental Diseases. Laboratory and Clinical Research). [ITG Library: UI/Online]
  • Jackson AC. Viral infections of the human nervous system. Basel, Springer, 2013. 413 pp. (Birkhaüser Advances in Infectious Diseases). [ITG Library: UI.K/Online]
  • Hudson C. Chronic fatigue syndrome; risk factors, management and impacts on daily life. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2014. 144 pp. (Neuroscience Research Progress). [ITG Library: UIE/Online]
  • WHO. Mental health statistics 2014. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO), 2015. 67 pp. [ITG Library: UJ/23468; Online]
  • Agyempong E, Hill AG, Kleinman A. The culture of mental illness and psychiatric practice in Africa. Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 2015. 349 pp. [ITG Library: UJ.1/23459 PUBLIC]
  • National Research Council. Providing sustainable mental and neurological health care in Ghana and Kenya; workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2015. 242 pp. [ITG Library: UJ.1/Online]
  • Gagne M. The Oxford handbook of work engagement, motivation, and self-determination theory. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 444 pp. (Oxford Library of Psychology). [ITG Library: UJC/23539 PUBLIC]
  • Zerr I. Alzheimer's disease; challenges for the future. Rijeka, InTech, 2015. 370 pp. [ITG Library: UJW/Online]
  • Barrios R, Hacque HK. Parasitic diseases of the lungs. Heidelberg, Springer, 2015. 108 pp. [ITG Library: UOR/Online]
  • Pokorski M. Pulmonary infection. Heidelberg, Springer, 2015. 87 pp. (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Neuroscience and Respiration; 857). [ITG Library: UOR/Online]
  • Brunová J, Bruna J. Clinical endocrinology and diagnostic imaging. Prague, Karolinum Press, 2014. 370 pp. [ITG Library: UQ.Q/Online]
  • Mancini AJ, Krowchuck DP. Pediatric dermatology; a quick reference guide; 2nd ed. Elk Grove Village, IL, American Academy of Pediatrics, 2012. [ITG Library: UR/Online]
  • Devesa Marquez T, Urgeiro Neto D. Lupus; epidemiology, symptoms and treatment options. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2012. 219 pp. (Immunology and Immune System Disorders). [ITG Library: URG/Online]
  • Rané A, Dasgupta R. Urinary tract infection; clinical perspectives on urinary tract infection. London, Springer, 2013. 77 pp. [ITG Library: US/Online]
  • Gomella LG. The 5-minute urology consult; 3rd ed. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2015. 1006 pp. [ITG Library: US/Online]
  • Murrell KE. Urinary tract infections; epidemiology, pathogenesis and prevention. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2014. 138 pp. (Renal and Urologic Disorders). [ITG Library: UT/Online]
  • Necochea López R. A history of family planning in twentieth-century Peru. Chapel Hill, NC, University of North Carolina Press, 2014. 234 pp. [ITG Library: UT.7/23527]
  • WHO. Medical eligibility criteria for contraceptive use; fifth edition, 2015. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO), 2015. 268 pp. [ITG Library: UTT/23497; Online]
  • Ward H, Gregson S, Watts C, Garnett GP. Developing and applying theoretical frameworks in the epidemiology of sexually transmitted diseases. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 62 pp. (Journal of Infectious Diseases; 210(Suppl.2)). [ITG Library: UTU.E/Online]
  • Edmonds DK. Dewhurst's textbook of obstetrics and gynaecology; 8th ed. New York, Wiley-Blackwell, 2012. 868 pp. [ITG Library: UV/Online]
  • Konar H. DC Dutta's textbook of gynecology; including contraception; 6th ed. New Delhi, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishing, 2013. 686 pp. + DVD. [ITG Library: UV/23413]
  • Johnson CT, Hallock JL, Bienstock JL, Fox HE, Wallack EE. The Johns Hopkins manual of gynecology and obstetrics; 5th ed. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2015. 677 pp. [ITG Library: UV/Online]
  • Hurt KJ. Pocket obstetrics and gynecology. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2015. div. pp. [ITG Library: UV/Online]
  • Konar H. Master pass in obstetrics & gynecology. New Delhi, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishing, 2013. 598 pp. [ITG Library: UW/23449]
  • Evans AT, DeFranco E. Manual of obstetrics; 8th ed. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014. 727 pp. [ITG Library: UW/Online]
  • Mivsek AP. Sexology in midwifery. Rijeka, InTech, 2015. 217 pp. [ITG Library: UWB/Online]
  • Chaqouat G. Immunology of pregnancy. Sharjah, Bentham Science Publishers, 2013. 928 pp. [ITG Library: UWH/Online]
  • Bradley JS, Nelson JD. Nelson's pediatric antimicrobial therapy; 19th ed. Elk Grove Village, IL, American Academy of Pediatrics, 2012. 248 pp. [ITG Library: UX/Online]
  • Kamat DM, Fischer PM. AAP textbook of global child health. [s.l.], American Academy of Pediatrics, 2012. 858 pp. [ITG Library: UX/Online]
  • Shakur S. Illustrated textbook of pediatrics; 2nd ed. New Delhi, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2015. 947 pp. [ITG Library: UX/23450]
  • Jackson MA. Pediatric infectious disease: Part I. Philadelphia, PA, Elsevier, 2015. 206 pp. (Infectious Disease Clinics of North America; 29(3)). [ITG Library: UX/Periodicals]
  • Cabana M. The 5-minute pediatric consult; 7th ed. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2015. 1049 pp. [ITG Library: UX/Online]
  • Roach RR, Greydanus DE, Patel DR, Merrick J. Tropical pediatrics; a public health concern of international proportions; 2nd ed. New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2015. 477 pp. (Pediatrics, Child and Adolescent Health). [ITG Library: UX/23507]
  • WHO. World report on ageing and health. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO), 2015. 246 pp. [ITG Library: UY/23495; Online]

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X. Veterinary sciences

  • Elsheikha H. Veterinary parasitology. Manson Publishing, 2013. [ITG Library: XL/Online]
  • Taylor MA, Coop RL, Wall RL. Veterinary parasitology; 4th ed. New York, John Wiley, 2015. 1006 pp. [ITG Library: XL/23522; Online]
  • Jacobs D. Principles of veterinary parasitology. New York, John Wiley, 2015. 296 pp. [ITG Library: XL/23488]
  • Zinsstag J, Schelling E, Waltner-Toews D, Whittaker M, Tanner M. One Health; the theory and practice of integrated health approaches. Wallingford, CABI, 2015. 447 pp. [ITG Library: XO/23523]

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Z. Anthropology. Sociology. Economics. Management. Development

  • Lancy DF. The anthropology of childhood; cherubs, chattel, changelings; 2nd ed. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2015. 533 pp. [ITG Library: ZQ/23421 PUBLIC]
  • Durand MA, Chantler T. Principles of social research; 2nd ed. Maidenhead, Open University Press, 2014. 185 pp. (Understanding Public Health). [ITG Library: ZVB/23496]
  • Everill B, Kaplan J. The history and practice of humanitarian intervention and aid in Africa. London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 250 pp. [ITG Library: ZVM/23528]
  • Singer P. The most good you can do: how effective altruism is changing ideas about living ethically. [s.l.], Yale University Press, 2015. 211 pp. (Castle Lectures in Ethics , Politics, and Economics Series). [ITG Library: ZVM/23456]
  • Acemoglu D, Robinson JA. Why nations fail; the origins of power, prosperity and poverty. London, Profile Books, 2013. 529 pp. [ITG Library: ZVO/23538]
  • Bourgignon F. The globalization of inequality. Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2015. 210 pp. [ITG Library: ZVO/23455]
  • Stiglitz JE. The great divide. London, Allen Lane, 2015. 428 pp. [ITG Library: ZVO/23452]
  • Atkinson AB. Inequality; what can be done? Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press, 2015. 384 pp. [ITG Library: ZVO/23454]
  • Surowiecki J. The wisdom of crowds. New York, Anchor Books, 2005. 306 pp. [ITG Library: ZVP/23407]
  • Rifkin J. The zero marginal cost society: the internet of things, the collaborative commons, and the eclipse of capitalism. London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 356 pp. [ITG Library: ZVP/23473]
  • De Herdt T, Olivier de Sardan J-P. Real governance and practical norms in Sub-Saharan Africa; the game of the rules. Abingdon, Routledge, 2015. 268 pp. (Routledge Studies in African Politics and International Relations; 7). [ITG Library: ZVP/23466]
  • Claassen U. Handboek risicomanagement; ERMplus: een praktische toepassing van COSO ERM. Deventer, Vakmediareferent, 2015. 530 pp. [ITG Library: ZVU/23479 INFOR]
  • Carens JH. The ethics of immigration. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015. 364 pp. [ITG Library: ZYG/23415]

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