Doing Business 2009 – Comparing Regulation in 181 Economies

March 20, 2009

One recent addition to our collection is Doing Business 2009 [HD3612 .D65 2008].  In the book you’ll find chapters on these international business topics:

Starting a business
Dealing with construction permits
Employing workers
Registering property
Getting credit
Protecting investors
Paying taxes
Trading across borders
Enforcing contracts
Closing a business

Doing Business is published by the World Bank, and it is also available online at:

The site offers the book online in full text, and there are other resources available there as well.  Here are some of the topics as listed on site:

Rankings – international economies are ranked on their ease of doing business.

Subnational Projects – reports on differences in business regulations and their enforcement across locations in a single country or region.

Gender Law Library – a collection of national legal provisions impacting women’s economic status in 181 economies.

Reformers – information on countries that have introduced some sort of reform, such as simplified business regulations, strengthened property rights, eased tax burdens, increased access to credit and reduced the cost of exporting and importing.

Law Library – an extensive online collection of business laws and regulations.

Downloads – links to previous Doing Business Reports and other materials.


Popular and Best-selling Books

August 18, 2008
JWU Popular Book Section

JWU Popular Book Section

This fall the JWU Library North Miami Campus will offer a rotating collection of popular and best-selling books.  Each month the library will exchange at least 10 books from its collection of 200 for 10 new ones to keep the collection up to date.  Students can find the popular and best-selling books at the front of the library adjacent to the periodical display case.  The same borrowing terms apply.

Book Sale

August 12, 2008

We are having a book sale!

 Come into the library now and browse the sale cart for books on a variety of topics including those from culinary, criminal justice, business, and hospitality concentrations.