RSSCategory: Research Proposal Examples

The Ways in Which Global Marketing Campaigns can Best Address Culturally Specific Ethical Differences Between Nations. A Qualitative Study Amongst Marketing Managers Involved in Promoting Alcohol and Cigarette Products.

| April 5, 2015

Introduction The following sets out the structure of a proposed dissertation. The dissertation focuses upon a multinational alcoholic beverage company which markets internationally to several culturally distinct nations. Different cultures hold vastly different views about a wide range of topics, and these different views need to be taken into account in any successful marketing campaign […]

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Human Resource Management: Dissertation Proposal

| April 2, 2015

Literature Review Among many targeted aims of Human Resource Management, one of its primary function is to recognize the employees as a resource to company which depends upon the functioning and evolution as an economic entity. Tippins (2002) analysed that the selection methodology is a complete process to select the most perfect candidate to fill […]

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HR Proposal: The recruitment and selection strategy adopted by McDonald’s

| April 2, 2015

Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION The following study will be based upon the recruitment and selection strategy adopted by McDonald’s. McDonald’s is the largest chain of fast food restaurants. Currently the company operates in 119 countries, having approximately 30 thousand restaurants across the globe. Its headquarters is located in the United States. In 2011 McDonald’s increased its […]

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Analyze and identify the motives that encouraged Jordan and Israel to conclude a peace treaty in 1994

Analyze and identify the motives that encouraged Jordan and Israel to conclude a peace treaty in 1994

| March 31, 2015

Research question and aims: The intention of this research is to analyze and identify the motives which encouraged both Jordan and Israel to conclude a peace treaty in 1994 and the challenges which they faced in doing so. A key objective will be to identify the personal motivations of King Hussein, Yitzhak Rabin and their […]

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Research proposal: Fashion retailer that sells ethical clothes

| March 28, 2015

Introduction: People had become concerned about chemicals in fabrics. In response to worries about toxics fabrics, labels began to appear on clothes to show they were natural or chemical- free. But some committed pioneers began to understand what a raw deal producers and workers in developing countries were getting. “Fashion is not something that exists […]

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The effects of different warm up times on performance of 400 metre sprint

The effects of different warm up times on performance of 400 metre sprint

| March 28, 2015

1. Introduction The following is a proposal for a research study looking at the effects of different warm up times on performance of 400 metre sprint. Warming up, it is popularly thought, is beneficial for athletic performance, although there is a need for more empirical evidence to support this, as well as more research into […]

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Crisis management, with specific emphasis on leadership during organisational crises: A Dissertation proposal

| March 28, 2015

Introduction Unlike the stable conditions of the past, risk has become a key aspect of every area of life as the way in which modern society has been constructed has led to a series of striking changes in the conditions of risk management (Borodzicz, 2000, Smith, 1990). For example, Rasmussen (1997) highlights three key things […]

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Evaluate the effectiveness of the newly introduced “Learning Exchange” intranet platform: Research Proposal

| March 26, 2015

Purpose Thomson Reuters is a global information company, headquartered in the Canada, and operates in 93 countries with over 50,000 staff (Thomson Reuters, 2009). Being a knowledge based organization, Reuters was having problems with the flow of knowledge amongst different departments across several countries. The purpose of this paper therefore is to evaluate the effectiveness […]

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The Food Industry and Diet-Related Health Problems

| March 24, 2015

Introduction This dissertation will look at the impact the food industry is able to make upon health problems which have been linked with diet. The risks of poor diet are well documented: “treating treating diseases brought on by poor diet costs the NHS £5.8bn, almost as much as it costs to treat smoking and alcohol […]

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Recession and Gold Prices

Recession and Gold Prices

| March 14, 2015

Introduction The proposed topic of this dissertation is to explore the impact of the recession on the price of gold. The objectives of the study are to examine the recession and the impacts, positive and negative, it has had on the price of gold, reasons for these impacts, and how this has affected the overall […]

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Human rights and press speech freedom

| March 14, 2015

The aim of the present research is to investigate how the presence of civil societies such as Human Rights Groups has helped improve the freedom of the press across Africa. I will investigate the difference in the democratic circumstances of the countries who embrace these groups and those who would rather ‘co-opt or muzzle them’, […]

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Evaluation of Public Health and Nutrition Programmes

| March 12, 2015

Abstract A proposal for a PhD study looking at the evaluation of public health and nutrition programmes within the UK. The number of such programmes has increased since the late 1990’s, and with them have developed strategies for evaluating their success. However, some suggest that evaluation so far has been flawed. This study aims to […]

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What cultural considerations has the Shell Company taken whilst investing in the Nigerian petroleum industry?

| March 12, 2015

1.0  INTRODUCTION Nigeria has long been a paradox of poverty amidst plenty (Ite, 2007). With over 70% of the population living below the poverty line (Smith, 2010), countless coup d’etats and political assassinations (Frynas, 2010), hostage-taking by rogue militant groups (Smith, 2010), endemic corruption (Akani, 2002) and disastrous environmental scandals (Adeh, 2011) it is no […]

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OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION

| March 12, 2015

ABSTRACT The ultimate objective of most business to customer (B2C) organizations today is to increase on their productivity and revenues through system simplification, organizational potential and incremental improvements. Customer satisfaction is key to achieving this objective. With the continuously tighter global market competition, it has become a necessity for most organizations to focus on their […]

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The Effect Of Credit Risk Management On Profitability In Commercial Banks: A Case Study Of UK Banks

| March 8, 2015

1.      INTRODUCTION a.     Research Background The recent 2007-2009 financial crisis has brought about significant changes in how banks operate and particularly how they manage risks. During the crisis and in its aftermath, banks were severely exposed to consumer credit risks in terms of payment defaults in credit cards, loans, mortgages as well as corporate risks. […]

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Cross-Cultural Determinants of Employee Motivation in Starbucks Company

| March 8, 2015

Research Question The observation and analysis of Cross-Cultural Determinants of Employee Motivational System Effectiveness of Starbucks Coffee Company Practices in UK, Poland, and Germany. Introduction Starbucks has served as a milestone in the coffee industry and is a massive organization in terms of people employed and stores owned. At the current time it has revenue […]

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The Cross-Cultural Determinants Of Employee Motivational System Effectiveness: The Comparison And Evaluation Of Starbucks Coffee Company Practices In Uk, Poland, And Germany

| March 8, 2015

Abstract As the world is becoming an integrated global market place, it has become crucial to recognize the cross-cultural variances and correspondence that influence the success of internationally recognized brands where studying and understanding of both the market as well as the employees present in host countries are fundamental to establish successful managerial judgment. Hence, […]

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Evaluating the dynamic nature of bank regulation during and after the crisis in the UK?

| March 7, 2015

Introduction The recent global financial crisis has been the largest of its kind for decades. This crisis will continue to have significant consequences for years to come. While the crisis originated in the USA, it also had a significant and distinct impact upon the UK (Forrest and Yip, 2011), and this paper will concentrate on […]

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Assessing the effects of evolving consumer expectations of corporate philanthropy on the shareholder and stakeholder primacy models of CSR. A case study of Marks and Spencer

| March 7, 2015

Introduction The purpose of the current research is to ascertain and assess the changes in customer expectations with regard to corporate philanthropy on the stakeholder’s model of CSR. There are many driving factors, which has led to changes in the perspective of corporate philanthropy. The concept of corporate philanthropy entails the act of giving donations […]

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Momentum trading and Business Cycle Risk: Evidence from BRIC Countries

| March 5, 2015

1. Introduction. BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) countries are growing at an alarming rate. This growth can be attributed to a number of factors including globalisation, financial liberalisation which has led to an increase in cross-border capital flows, technological developments and the internet. These countries are forecast to witness tremendous growth in the years […]

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