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27 Jan 2009

Generation gaps in work teams

Essay - 5 pages - Human resources

As workers begin to stay in positions longer, businesses are experiencing more generation gaps among their employees. Most of the “Matures” born in 1945 or earlier have retired, but the “Boomers” born from 1946 to 1964 are working alongside “Generation X” born from...

21 Apr 2009

Study of stock market, equity trading, demat and market analysis of Share khan Pvt .Ltd

Case study - 58 pages - Finance

Share Khan Pvt.Ltd deals in buying and selling equity shares and debentures on the National Stock Exchange (NSE), the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the Over-The-Counter Exchange of India (OTCEI). Share Khan Pvt.Ltd is provided with a computer and required software from their registered stock...

29 Sep 2010

The World Trade Organization (WTO) law and the environment

Essay - 9 pages - Political science

In 1979 the Brandt Commission recommended that an international trade organization incorporating both GATT and UNCTAD was the objective towards which the international community should work. This dream came true in January 1995 when the World Trade Organization (WTO) became the successor to GATT,...

31 Dec 2010

Establishment of an H&M store in Morocco: Inter-cultural variables and organization

Thesis - 16 pages - Management

Intercultural management aims to make us work and reflect on the well defined cultural differences between people involved in the inner workings of the enterprise. Indeed, the cultural differences encountered when setting up a company in a foreign country should not cause problems. On the...

16 Feb 2011

Adaptation of a worker to the local problems: French in China

Case study - 10 pages - Human resources

Working abroad as part of an international assignment or other contract inevitably raises many challenges with regard to adaptability. One has to adapt to different cultures, ways of living and study the key points rigorously to live more comfortably in a host country. A host country receives a...

09 Mar 2002

"When you look back at the role that Washington has played between the Arabs and the Israelis, it is clear that the United States could end the Arab-Israeli conflict tomorrow, if it so desired"

Thesis - 3 pages - International relations

The picture taken at the Washington summit right after the Madrid conference just says it all: Rabin and Arafat, the representatives of the two most antagonistic peoples in the modern world, shake hands under Clinton's blessing. Thus it may seem that the American presence and participation is the...

16 Sep 2011

How does Peugeot build a competitive edge against Chinese and foreign car industry

Thesis - 10 pages - Business strategy

In this report, we focus on the PSA Peugeot Citroen group. Firstly, we will analyze the company and its features and key data. PSA Peugeot Citroen group is a French car manufacturer, and is the result of a merger between Citroen and Peugeot Limited companies. Thanks to the framework of a coherent...

16 Apr 2014

The versatility of Islam

Case study - 5 pages - Social sciences

The technique of reproduction detaches the reproduced object from the domain of tradition. By making many reproductions it substitutes a plurality of copies for a unique existence. And in permitting the reproduction to meet the beholder or listener in his own particular situation, it reactivates...

20 Feb 2009

Critically evaluating the ASPIRE model of social work

Essay - 7 pages - Social sciences

In this essay I will look at the ASPIRE model as a process within social work. I will demonstrate my understanding of the model and its stages and reflect on how values inform each stage of the process. I will look at each stage individually whilst evaluating its effectiveness as a process. I...

23 Jan 2007

To what extent is Richard Branson, the English Tycoon, a very influential person in the British political life?

Essay - 11 pages - Economy general

Richard Branson is Britain's best-known entrepreneur. This self-made man started his first company at the age of 17 and succeeded in building an empire. Worth £3 billion and believed to be the ninth-richest man in the UK, the 56-year-old founder of the Virgin empire inspired a generation of...

11 May 2009

The limits of the European neighborhood policy

Thesis - 6 pages - European union

After the last European enlargement on 1st May 2004, the European Union got new neighbors, mainly in the East but a few also in the Middle East. But the neighbors do not all have the same juridical status. For some of them inclusion is already on its way, like for Romania and Bulgaria who signed...

13 May 2009

The fair trade trend, an explanation

Thesis - 9 pages - Economy general

The current functioning of the world economy suffers from more and more blatant imbalance which affects particularly the producers of tropical farm produces, the victims of the agro-industrial politics based essentially on the returns and the profit. The prices and the conditions of purchase...

29 Sep 2010

Non-Governmental Organizations and the United Nations System History, Problems and Prospects

Essay - 8 pages - Political science

NGOs have been active in the United Nations (U.N.) system since its inception in 1945. Although the U.N. was created as an intergovernmental organization, there was a need since the early days of the Organization to allow representatives of the civil society to participate, through formal and...

29 Sep 2010

What approach Mission Rubber Technologies Corporation should use with CHP?

Case study - 6 pages - Services marketing

International trade is, by nature, logical and systematic. Although in many aspects it is similar to conventional, domestic trade, it does demand more from companies such as Mission Rubber, from initial market research, through the different methods of distribution, to securing payment from...

13 May 2014

Williams Act and takeover defences in the United States

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

This statement will be discussed : “Without the process effects generated by the availability of takeover defense in the United States, the Williams Act would not be fit for purpose” The United States is among the countries the most favorable to the use of takeover defenses. A takeover...

17 May 2013

Conflict identification and resolution

Case study - 3 pages - Human resources

Every individual perceives and identifies situations differently. A situation that may not necessarily affect one may be more significant to another. Conflict arises in every organization because of differing opinions that generally lead to arguments and will most likely lead to uncomfortable...

26 Dec 2012

Sample resume: Comoros mission to the United Nations

Sample resume - 2 pages - Political science

The United Nations Third Committee is the committee dealing with Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Affairs, as well as Human Rights issues. The main focus of these Human Rights Issues being the Advancement of Women, the Protection of Children and the treatment of Refugees addressing a variety of...

10 Jan 2011

The Treaty of Utrecht (1713)

Thesis - 5 pages - Modern history

This text is an excerpt from the Treaty of Peace and Friendship signed in Utrecht on 11 April 1713 between France and Great Britain. This treaty precedes that of July 13, 1713 of the agreement between Great Britain and Spain. After fourteen months of arduous negotiations interspersed with...

30 Dec 2010

Managerial analysis of companies based in the Netherlands

Case study - 4 pages - Management

Firstly, what is striking in the Netherlands is the common company spirit, this belief is generalized in the capacities of man to act and progress. This cultural aspect then induced a direction of pluralism, mediation and even negotiation. The Netherlands are the crossroads, crossed and...

15 Jan 2009

The Lisbon treaty

Essay - 3 pages - European union

The 27 European leaders reached a deal on the new “Reform Treaty” during a two-day summit at Lisbon on October 18th and 19th 2007, ending more than two years of political crisis after the French and Dutch referenda. This agreement comes after a long and complex process of elaboration...

19 Jan 2009

Reaching Mexican customers in the real estate business

Market study - 22 pages - Services marketing

Real estate market is changing, it no longer exists one and only way to sell. Consequently, real estate companies must develop marketing researches, by studying clients' needs, understanding them, and then implement prospective solutions. Today, reaching Mexican consumers, on both sides of the...

12 Mar 2009

How the Korean War started

Thesis - 5 pages - Modern history

The war in Korea was the first war waged against an aggressor state by the United Nations in the twentieth century. It was unlike any other major conflict in that there was no formal declaration of war to mark its beginnings and no peace treaty to mark its end. Casualties for the Korean people...

17 May 2009

The completion of the WTO free trade agenda will produce both winners and losers in the EU: To what extend do you agree?

Thesis - 5 pages - European union

The World Trade Organization (WTO) is an international body whose purpose is to promote free trade by persuading countries to abolish import tariffs and other barriers. As such, it has become closely associated with globalization. The WTO is the only international agency overseeing the rules of...

29 Sep 2010

The integration of Turkey in the EU

Essay - 11 pages - European union

Turkey has been an official candidate at the Helsinki summit of the European Council since December 10, 1999, in order to obtain the membership in the European Union. Negotiations began on October 3, 2005, and are expected to continue for at least several years. During the same time, the...

29 Sep 2010

Microsoft's failed attempt to acquire Yahoo

Case study - 4 pages - Finance

When Microsoft made its public bid on February 1st 2008, it surprised many investors. Even if Microsoft's interest in Yahoo had been rumored for a while, Yahoo was actually facing hard times. With the value of Yahoo's stock declining over the last few months, restructuration and lay-offs were...

10 Jan 2011

Japan: Taste of the protocol

Case study - 2 pages - Management

Japan is said to be a difficult market to penetrate and this will probably not change overnight. What makes Japan a hard business partner is its combination of strong cultural roots and rapid economic success. For foreign businessmen, this dichotomy is very confusing, especially in interpersonal...

31 Dec 2010

Strategy and organization of the Ford group

Thesis - 14 pages - Business strategy

While developing a strategy, a company no longer considers each supplier, customer or competitor as enemies who will undermine its immediate benefits. Automakers around the world now share this vision, which is why they have completely changed the nature of their relationships with their...

27 Jan 2011

Britain's stance towards the Briand Plan

Essay - 5 pages - Modern history

"Among people who are geographically grouped as the people of Europe, there must be some sort of federal link.” This is how the French foreign minister Aristide Briand presented his plan for a federal European Union or the Briand Project of European Union, as it is known today, for the first...

27 Jan 2011

The intervention of the World Trade Organization in regulating international trade

Essay - 4 pages - International relations

The 'classic' body of rules of GATT, which form the basis of the WTO, is based on a project of progressive liberalization. Successive rounds served the goal of gradually reducing trade barriers, more generally to facilitate access to domestic markets. Once the bulk of this objective is...

08 Feb 2012

Cultural differences in business and comparison between the American, English and French management style

Essay - 6 pages - Business strategy

Progress in telecommunication and transportation technologies has resulted in unprecedented growth in international trade in general and transatlantic trade (between the European Union and North America) in particular. As a result, Europeans and North Americans often interact to negotiate and...