Written the year of Mises's death, this is the book that brought new prominence to the Austrian theory of the entrepreneur. Kirzner views him as the discoverer of opportunities in the competitive process, and contrasts this view with the general equilibrium view-which defines away the entrepreneur-and the Schumpeterian view that discovery is always disequilibrating. For its lucidity and focus, this remains an Austrian classic.

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Author(s): Israel M. Kirzner

Video Blog of Anne Frank
This video is a tribute to Anne Frank and all that she did for world peace. Music plays in the background as a series of photos show her short life. A sad video, but one students should see while studying this time period or reading her diary (Running Time 3:16).
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The procedure of Question 15 for determining the instantaneous velocity of the car can be carried out for a whole set of different times and the resulting values of vï»¿ï»¿x can be plotted against t to form a graph. This has been done in Figure 28, which shows how the velocity varies with time. At time t = 0 s, the car has zero velocity because it starts from rest. At later times, the velocity is positive because the car moves in the direction of incre
Author(s): The Open University

Setting up Your First Flash File (1 of 10)
Over the course of this series, instructor Paul Trani will show you how to build an Adobe Flash professional CS5 project from the ground up. In this episode, youâ€™ll learn how to set up your first Flash file--and your workspace--for maximum efficiency.
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The criteria for an OU PhD (as stated in the Guidelines on Research Degree Examinations for Heads of Disciplines, Supervisors and Examination Panels, EX 10, revised January 1998) are that:

The thesis must be of good presentation style and show evidence of being a significant contribution knowledge and of the student's capacity to pursue further research without supervision. The thesis must contain
Author(s): The Open University

The aims of this section are for you to:

• gain greater fluency, confidence and skill in using your calculator;

• begin to appreciate how the calculator can be used as a tool for learning mathematics;

• develop an effective means of working from the Calculator Book.

In order to complete this section you will need to have obtained a Texas Instruments TI-83 calculator and the book Tapping into M
Author(s): The Open University

Building Simple Machines: A Plant Quencher
How difficult can it be to water a plant? Pretty difficult when your objective is to build the most complicated machine possible to complete this simple task. In this video segment from ZOOM, Jillian demonstrates the use of ramps, wheels, pulleys, and other simple machines to construct her "plant quencher." Run time 01:16.
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The Real Mary Magdelene ( 3 of 5 )
This History Channel documentary is sympathetic to the life of Mary Magdalene. Use this documentary to learn -- information contained in the documentary does not have to interfere with one's faith. It is NOT meant to be inflammatory but informative. (WARNING; Educators/Parents: Very brief artist nudity 2 minutes in.)
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5.5 Bills and the Scottish Parliament

Bills in the Scottish Parliament are very similar, in terms of layout, structure and the conventions of legislative drafting, to Bills of the UK Parliament. This is primarily because the Acts of the Scottish Parliament (ASPs) to which they are intended to give rise form part of the UK â€˜statute bookâ€™ alongside existing statute law.

The progress of a Bill through the Scottish Parliament will depend on a number of factors, as not all Bills follow the same process. The difference betwee
Author(s): The Open University

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"The Incorrigible Children Of Ashton Place" written by Maryrose Wood--Book Trailer
Found running wild in the forest of Ashton Place, the Incorrigibles are no ordinary children: Alexander, age ten or thereabouts, keeps his siblings in line with gentle nips; Cassiopeia, perhaps four or five, has a bark that is (usually) worse than her bite; and Beowulf, age somewhere-in-the-middle, is alarmingly adept at chasing squirrels. Luckily, Miss Penelope Lumley is no ordinary governess. Only fifteen years old and a recent graduate of the Swanburne Academy for Poor Bright Females, Penelop
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The relativistic Universe
Thanks to cutting edge technology, scientists can peer deeper into space than ever before. The audio tracks in this album feature Dr Robert Lambourne and Dr Stephen Serjeant of The Open University's Department of Physics and Astronomy. They introduce the origin of relativistic cosmology and share the latest ideas about the structure and evolution of the universe. Einsteinâ€™s general theory of relativity predicts the existence of black holes and gravitational waves, and the Cosmic Microwave Back
Author(s): The iTunes U team

8.5 Monitoring progress

This stage is about keeping track of your progress. Are you tackling your problem-solving activities effectively? How do you know? Could you have done things differently, made use of different tools (such as software packages) or facilities, taken more advantage of tutorials, training sessions or local expertise, or recognised that such support would have helped you?

Monitoring your own performance and progress needs practice; try to stand back and look at what you are doing as if you w
Author(s): The Open University

Money talks: Trumponomics
Donald Trump's presidential campaign is astounding political analysts and flummoxing economists; and we also look at whether high denomination bank notes are useful only to criminals Correction: We attribute an analysis of Donald Trump's economic proposals at 2:40 minutes to the Tax Policy Centre, when in fact it is from the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget. We regret the error.
Author(s): The Economist

Why Did China Send a Probe to the Far Side of the Moon?
For the first time in history, there is a rover on the far side of the moon and the Chang’e 4 mission is just beginning to explore this hidden side. (03:27)
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4.5 Some general results

We next establish some general results about Euler characteristics. We start with a theorem that tells us what happens to the Euler characteristic of a surface when we remove an open disc.

## Theorem 10: Disc Removal Theorem

The Euler characteristic of a surface with an open disc
Author(s): The Open University

22 mai 2015 : Sophie Vulliet-Tavernier (CNIL) BiomÃ©trie et protection des donnÃ©es personnelles

Â  SÃ©minaire interdisciplinaire organisÃ© Ã  lâ€™Institut FranÃ§ais de lâ€™Ã‰ducation de lâ€™Ã‰cole Normale SupÃ©rieure de Lyon. Responsables : Nicolas Lechopier (UniversitÃ© Lyon1/Institut FranÃ§ais de lâ€™Education ENSL S2HEP EA4148 Lyon) et Marc Billaud (CNRS Institut Albert Bonniot UJF/U823 Grenoble).

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Space mission to measure biomass
This week in the Planet Earth Podcast: Mathew Williams of Edinburgh University and Shaun Quegan of Sheffield University talk about a new earth observation mission recently given the go-ahead by the European Space Agency.
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Author(s): The Open University