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a book in which detailed written records of a case are kept and which are a source of information for subsequent work

according to or characteristic of a casebook or textbook

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The case book illustrates the managerial challenges and risk-reward dynamics common to private equity investment and covers the full spectrum of private equity strategies, including: carve-outs in the US semiconductor industry (LBO); venture investing in the Indian wine industry (VC); investing in SMEs in the Middle East; and turnaround situations in both emerging and developed markets.
The Board of Study in Forensic Medicine of the PGIM appoints an assessor, who is a board-certified consultant, to assess and approve the case books before the candidates are allowed to write the examination.
With its modified case book approach, Food Regulation invigorates the topic of food law with discussions of emerging trends and controversies in food regulation complemented by case law studies that examine important legal issues.
Singapore, Nov 22, 2008 - (ACN Newswire) - Intel's wide array of corporate responsibility programs is the subject of a new case book by the Ramon V del Rosario Center for Corporate Social Responsibility Asian Institute of Management.
Singapore, Nov 21, 2008 - (ACN Newswire) - Intel's wide array of corporate responsibility programs is the subject of a new case book by the Ramon V del Rosario Center for Corporate Social Responsibility Asian Institute of Management.
This book collects the material focused on health care finance and regulation in the United States from the larger case book, Health Care Law and Ethics (seventh ed.
First and foremost, Sonya King and Debbie Miner showed unwavering confidence in the case book concept.
The company said that the custom-designed slipcase is foil stamped and contains a full-cloth case book that has been blind-stamped on the front and back cover with foil stamping on the spine and includes full-colour endpapers featuring jacket art from the trade edition.
The association between aggression and posttraumatic experiences is described in a well-known case book.
Customers and Patrons of the Mad-Trade: The Management of Lunacy in Eighteenth-Century London, With the Complete Text of John Monro's 1766 Case Book.
The case book for each loan/investment request then goes before a formal investment committee, thereby ensuring the accomplishment of proper due diligence.
Many of us are familiar with William Kaplin and Barbara Lee's large treatise, The Law of Higher Education (Jossey-Bass, 1995), and with Michael Olivas' case book, The Law and Higher Education (Carolina Academic Press, 1997).
To the Official Playing Rules committee, I ask you to simply add a case book comment to the rule that reads, "Whenever an Infield Fly rule is called by the umpires, runners may advance at their own risk.