Sinclair Lewis (1885 - 1951) was an American novelist and playwright. Lewis was the first writer from the United States to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature. Lewis wrote many classics including Main Street, Babbitt, and Arrowsmith.
"Lying in the prison of my bed, his dark silhouette closes in, a pillow in his hands. My throat tightens in feara' At the tender age of five, Madeleine was living a daily nightmare. In a dark, grey building on Jersey, she was just another orphan, defenceless and alone. She was also an easy target. Unbeknownst to the outside world, the care home manager was abusing her, using her like she was his toy. oSay nothing, no one will believe a nasty little kid like you,o he'd whisper. Terrified, Madeleine would keep quiet. And, worse still, the home was selling the children to men who would inflict on them the worst possible abuse. No one cared. This is Madeleine's heart-breaking story and her fight to survive."
This book focuses on the theory and practice involved in the management of innovative activities that enhance the competitiveness of enterprises, industries and economies. It presents a multi-criteria approach to the problem of selecting effective innovative projects and innovative technologies that increase competitiveness in high-tech industries. Further, the book develops a mathematical risk assessment model, and proposes new approaches for systematically identifying and assessing the probability of risk emergence. Lastly, it demonstrates how simulation models can be used to assess the impact of innovative technologies on the competitiveness of high-tech products.
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