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The impact of misrepresentation, mistake, duress and undue influence on the validity of a contract

| April 7, 2014

Introduction Contract law is primarily concerned with the enforcement of promises and is regulated largely by the common law.

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Leadership and motivational styles of Jeff Bezos and Steve Jobs

| April 7, 2014

Introduction When analysing an individual in terms of management and leadership, it becomes hard to differentiate the two aspects since a good manager must exhibit good leadership skills. Furthermore, good leadership encompasses autocratism, democratism and Laissez-fairism applied concurrently by an individual depending on the situation. Management styles on the other hand are mainly two, autocratic […]

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Humanitarian Response to Darfur Crisis

| January 29, 2014

Introduction From time being, a massive violation and abuse of the fundamental human rights exists. In the most recent era, the advent of the last three decades experienced a shift of these violations from the trendy inter-state conflicts to all forms of internal threats. Conversely, the last one hundred years has witnessed a sizeable increase […]

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Tender Pricing Process for Accommodation Building

| February 5, 2013

INTRODUCTION This assignment has been concise five main tasks through different topics related to cost estimation. The focuses of estimating for selected areas in a proposed accommodation building, tender pricing techniques, build up unit rates for selected descriptions from BOQ are discussed through the sub tasks. Especially the parties participating of involved in pricing for […]

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BHP Billiton SWOT Analysis and Porter Five Force Analysis

| January 25, 2013

  Introduction Aim: This essay aims to perform an analysis on the basis of integration of SWOT and Porter’s Five Forces frameworks. The key aim of this essay is to establish the reasons behind the success of BHP Billiton, which is ranked 11th in FTSE100 Company ranking, and thereby represent the implications and recommendations.

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Describe the ways in which play is said to promote children’s development

| January 25, 2013

Introduction Play is an integral part of child development throughout the early years of every child’s life. This is because it permits children to practice their imagination while developing their mind, agility, bodily, cognitive, and expressive strength. Play is important to on-going healthy brain development.

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SWOT and Porter Five Forces Analysis of Royal Dutch Shell

| January 25, 2013

  Abstract Royal Dutch Shell Plc is the second largest oil company with global operations in more than 80 countries and more than 30 refinery plants. The company has a registered office in London, United Kingdom and headquarters in The Hague, Netherlands and was ranked number one with a market capitalization of 135,511.7million US Dollars […]

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What role did tribalism and racism play in ancient Greece?

| January 25, 2013

Abstract A broad analysis of the evidence and impact of the concepts of tribalism and racism within Greece of antiquity, concentrating on the Classical and Hellenistic periods.  Assessing the archaeological and literary evidence alongside the prevailing historical bias for these concepts.  It is argued that Greece, although not a tribe but a state under Elman […]

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‘The Human Rights Act 1998 does not go far enough to protect the rights of individuals in the UK.’ Do you agree with this statement? Why?

| January 25, 2013

  Abstract This essay examines whether the Human Rights Act 1998 sufficiently protects individuals’ rights in the UK. The essay considers the declaration of incompatibility as a major limitation of the Human Rights Act using the Belmarsh detention case. Despite this limitation, I argue that based on the overall case law and reports on the […]

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The 2007 to 2011 Financial Crisis Causes, Effects and Lessons

The 2007 to 2011 Financial Crisis Causes, Effects and Lessons

| January 25, 2013

Abstract This paper provides a brief examination of the immediate causes and effects of the 2007 financial crisis, as well as an overview of lessons learned from it. I conclude that failure to properly regulate and supervise financial institutions set the stage for the crisis, while the US residential mortgage boom and bust triggered it. […]

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“Health is ultimately the responsibility of the individual”: To what extent is this view point correct?

| January 25, 2013

Abstract This essay will address the degree to which the viewpoint that health is ultimately the responsibility of the individual is correct and sound. It will touch on both sides of the argument highlighting that although health problems associated with poor lifestyle choices such as an unhealthy diet or lack of physical exercise have taken […]

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Comparison and Critical Appraisal of the English Court System

| January 25, 2013

Introduction A) The role and function of the Magistrates’ court: All criminal cases begin in the Magistrates’ Court and are heard by three magistrates or a district judge, but the court also has jurisdiction over certain civil matters (JEW, 2012). For the most part however, the majority of cases heard in the Magistrates’ Court are […]

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How have mobile phones and Internet changed contemporary art?

| January 25, 2013

Introduction The main aim of this essay is to investigate the impact of  technology on  contemporary art. In a more detail, this essay will exploref the impact of mobile phones and the Internet on  contemporary art.  This essay will include theoretical foundation, backed up with examples. Firstly, a brief overview of the art world in […]

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Developmental psychology

| December 23, 2012

Introduction When having any sort of relationship people that are important to you, caring is the foundation of it. When individual are less able to take care of themselves and are dependent on a certain individual is given the name caregiver, as there care for people that have physical or psychological disability. The way a […]

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A basic study of pricing to market

| December 23, 2012

Introduction Exchange rate is always changing, which can cause different relative price of traded goods among countries. However, when firms adopt PTM (pricing to market), price of trading goods does not change with the exchange rate, That may result in deviation from purchasing power parity theory. Many aspect of economy such as consumption, welfare distribution […]

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Variables used in Spatial and Regional models

| December 23, 2012

Introduction In Geography scale principally concerns space. Scale relates to other ideas, only can we understand scale when it is applied in respect to the totality of the landscape element. In this thesis, I plan to examine how spatial scale problems have been manipulated and resolved. I will assess examples of variables used in spatial […]

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Building organisational culture that encourages innovation in Higher Institutions in the UK

| December 23, 2012

Introduction The motive for researching this topic is to examine how the way of doing things in an organisation influences innovation from the perception of education. Organisational culture is a very essential determinant of the employees’ behaviour in an organisation and encompasses what the core strengths of an organisation are and what has worked well […]

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The wealth for wealth sake- the ethical perspective of profit making.

| December 23, 2012

INTRODUCTION This report seeks to explore the topic ‘wealth for wealth sake- the ethical perspective of profit making’, stakeholder theory, agency theory, corporate social responsibility, ethics and if any relationship exist between these concepts and level of company’s returns using British Petroleum Plc as a case study. These issues have sprung up a lot of […]

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Analysis of semco and pixar animated studio as an example of innovative organizations

| December 23, 2012

INTRODUCTION Innovation is essential for the success of an organisation as an organisation that wants to be a market leader in today chaotic and complex business world must be receptive to new ideas and continue to be innovative. .However, many organisations fail to realise the significance of innovation leading to the eventual loss of market […]

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Merger and Acquisition Motives, Types and Strategies

| December 23, 2012

Introduction: Now- a-days in a corporate finance world, the merger and acquisition plays prominent role. Merger and acquisition refers to corporate finance, corporate strategy and manages deals with buying, selling and combining companies to grow rapidly. They bring different small size companies together to form a larger company. Actually large size companies makes dare to […]

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