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In Metal Promoted Selectivity in Organic Synthesis is greater product selectivity has an important impact on energy and resource utilization, in terms of reduced process energy requirements for product separation and purification, in terms of low-value by-products, and in terms of environmental acceptance and compatibility. Moreover, more and more chemicals, especially pharmaceuticals, have to be sold in an optically active form. The search for selectivity constitutes a tremendous challenge for the chemists. In the last two decades, homogeneous transition metal based catalysis has emerged as one of the most promising tools for obtaining selectivity. A primary aim is to cultivate a deeper understanding of the parameters that govern the selectivity’s and stimulate a wider utilization of transition metal based catalysis in organic synthesis. All aspects of selectivity, chemo-, stereo- and selectivity are considered and illustrated by applications in various fields or organic synthesis.