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Uncovering Profit Announcements: how profit announcements affect share prices

| December 17, 2012

Introduction Aims and objectives This proposal explores How Profit announcements on share prices? Do they affect in the positive or negative way of the business. How these changes affect the market financially, simply whether it has been beneficial or detrimental. The affect will either be significant or insignificant with their being positive or negative financial […]

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Evaluate the Impact of China’s Accession to the WTO on the world economy

Evaluate the Impact of China’s Accession to the WTO on the world economy

| December 17, 2012

Introduction Background In 1978, when a series of reforms aimed at economic development and opening to world trade were made, China used these to become one of the largest economies in the world by the time of their accession to the WTO in 2001. Just prior to these major reforms, China was the world’s thirty-second […]

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Applying Marxism to contemporary issues of work and employment

| December 17, 2012

Introduction Marx’s extensive writings about society, economics and politics, hold that all society progresses through class struggle. He was particularly critical of capitalism. Marx argued that current society is run by the wealthy middle and upper classes purely for their own benefit and predicted this would produce internal tensions (and eventually self-destruction and the rise […]

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Study of the key elements of the new right ideology and the conservative approach to welfare

| December 17, 2012

  Introduction “Recent news from a government white paper released on the 10th of November 2010 states that,  Today, five million people are on out-of-work benefits in the UK, and 1.4 million of them have been receiving out-of-work benefits for nine out of the last ten years. Not only have that, but we now have […]

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The Second Millennium Development Goal: Achieving Universal Primary Education by 2015?

The Second Millennium Development Goal: Achieving Universal Primary Education by 2015?

| December 15, 2012

Introduction The main focus of this dissertation is to examine the second Millennium Development Goal (MDG) of achieving universal primary education (UPE) – ‘ensuring that by 2015…boys and girls alike, will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling’ (UN, 2010). This paper identifies the returns from education at both the private and […]

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Maintaining inflation in conventional system: A comparative analysis of Middle Eastern countries

| December 15, 2012

 Introduction This research project analyses the extent to how the Islamic system can reduce inflation in the conventional system. In particular, the research focuses on the factors to which promote and maintain inflation within our society.

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In economic geographic analysis, the ‘firm’ usually is assumed, at least implicitly, as a coherent and unitary economic actor.

| December 13, 2012

Introduction In economic geographic analysis the ‘firm’ has an ontological and epistemological privilege (Grabher, 2004). Since 1980s onwards the notion of firm as a ‘black box’ a coherent and unitary factor was challenged. There is an increase in investigation of the relation between firms. The concept of firm as a coherent and unitary economic actor […]

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Study of the Instrumentation Ltd. recruitment process (Palakkad)

| December 13, 2012

Introduction: Recruitment is the process of locating potential individuals who might join an organization and encouraging them to apply for existing or anticipated job openings. During this process, efforts are made to inform the applicants fully about the qualifications required to perform the job and the career opportunities the organization can offer its employees. Whether […]

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Phonics Intervention for Reading Instruction and Special Education in the United States

| December 12, 2012

Introduction: Research on reading and reading growth over the last decades has produced a strong consensus around the essential elements of beginning reading instruction for all students, whether the focus is prevention or remediation. Findings from evidence-based research show dramatic reductions in the incidence of reading failure when explicit instruction is provided in phonemic awareness, […]

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Alternative solutions to reduce poverty: Critical Investigation of Absolute and Relative Poverty

| December 11, 2012

Introduction When people in countries are not able to afford some goods and services due to an income that is below a certain level required in order to maintain minimum living standards; such poverty is referred to as absolute poverty. However, relative poverty can be referred to as poverty, wherein the income is less than […]

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Study of economic growth and development China

| December 11, 2012

Introduction: Economists have during recent time associated economic growth to research and development ability of a country. One of such economic models is called the endogenous growth model. According to the endogenous growth model, research and development is a key driver of technological innovations using human resources capital and the existing knowledge (Romer, 1986). This […]

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Sustainable development toward an eco-build homes

| December 11, 2012

Introduction Sustainability in construction is a common issue today, ranging from sustainable design to sustainable technologies. These issues have made the United Kingdom’s Government push forward for alternative advances in various technologies and renewable energies. The government are also looking for any other strategies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions because the scientific evidence shows that […]

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Effects of Global Communication on Westernization

| December 11, 2012

Introduction Analysis of the explosion in international exchanges is mainly focused on the impact of globalization and between the peoples of the world economic aspects of the cultural exchanges between the expenditure. Americanization of globalization is another term? General pattern of media ownership that is west led by the United States to dominate the information […]

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What is the Impact of corporate governance on the performance of the banking sector?

| December 10, 2012

Abstract The main objective of this study was to analyze the importance of corporate governance in banking sector and its impact of performance of banking industry of Pakistan, with mediating role of Stakeholders Satisfaction. Empirical analysis will be used on primary data collected though research tool which will be designed to achieve the research objective. Finding, […]

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Determine what is poverty and whom can we classify as deprived or poor

| December 10, 2012

Introduction When discussing about poverty, it is significant to determine what is poverty and whom can we classify as deprived or poor. It is essential to define poverty prior to it is measuring. Poverty refers to circumstances relating a lack of income, also a resultant low level of consumption and wellbeing. When talking about poverty, […]

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Is the Textiles and Clothing (T&C) industry the major source for trade in the both developed and developing nations?

| December 7, 2012

 INTRODUCTION: Textiles and Clothing (T&C) industry is one among the important industries and the major source for the trade in the both developed and developing nations. This sector is mainly depended on the skilled as well as unskilled labour with a highly innovative, design development with product quality and many competitive factors involved. To overcome […]

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What are the regulatory, developmental and manufacturing barriers associated with the future availability of biogeneric products in oncology

| December 7, 2012

Introduction Biopharmaceutical products began to expire since 2004. This has resulted in the development of biogenerics as second generation products. The term biogenerics is used to define a product that is equivalent to a currently marketed biopharmaceutical product that is a recombinant DNA-derived product (Enrico and Little, 2001 and Chamberlain, 2004). Biogenerics are follow-on products […]

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What is the Impact of ICT on Economic Growth?

What is the Impact of ICT on Economic Growth?

| December 7, 2012

Background: A nation’s standard of living is the most significant indicator of national economic performance. Economic growth is considered the most powerful engine for generating long term increases in standards of living.

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Explore how the volume of maritime transport remains high due to the dynamic growth in developing countries with emerging market economies.

| December 6, 2012

Introduction Sea transport is the backbone of international trade and globalization, carrying more than 80% of the volume of world merchandise trade. In 2007 the volume of international maritime transport increased by 4,8% compared with the 2006 year and reached 8.02 billion tons. For comparison, over the past three decades, average annual growth rate of […]

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To what extent do you agree that events can have a positive impact on the economy and communities of host areas?

| December 6, 2012

Introduction: This report examines the events that can have positive impacts on the economy and communities of host areas. The impacts provided events that are widely recognized and needed to be measured each year. According to Allen et al (2008) stated that events play a role in the lives of communities, they are seen to […]

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