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28 May 2009

An analysis of why Canada's regulation of competition is weaker than in the United States

Thesis - 9 pages - Political science

Canada, with its more or less 30 million people, is one of the United States biggest trading partners. As a matter of fact Canada is the US largest market for its agricultural export in the northern hemisphere. This importance of the Canadian market had been numerously acknowledged by the United...

07 Jul 2009

The governments oversight and the misuse of surplus funds

Thesis - 12 pages - Government finance

This study will investigate the governmental oversight and exemptions that allow for the unchecked misuse of surplus funds within non-profit organizations. For the purposes of this study, surplus is defined as money not earmarked for future projects, or capital projects, unrestricted funds and...

25 Aug 2009

A brief look at the financial aspects of starting a hotel

Thesis - 17 pages - Finance

The word financial viability means to find out, whether it is financially viable to start a three star hotel as this project report is based on three star hotels. In simple words, financial viability is to find out whether starting a three star hotel is financially successful or not. Financial...

25 Feb 2010

The attempt by Franklin D. Roosevelt to court packing and the lasting affects it has on today's political structure

Thesis - 6 pages - Civil law

In 1937 President Franklin Roosevelt (FDR) introduced the new deal reforms, which have been described as “the biggest political blunder of his career…. Yet it was… fortuitous, even pivotal, importance for the fate of Social Security” (Zelizer, 2000). Notwithstanding the...

29 Sep 2010

Airbus, A380 - Company profile

Case study - 41 pages - Economy general

Airbus is one of the world's leading suppliers of commercial aircraft. This 100-seater boasts a major portion of the market share of annual deliveries worldwide. Its market share has grown from 15% in 1990 to 52% in 2003. On December 31, 2003, its backlog of orders (1,454 aircraft) stood at...

29 Sep 2010

Study on Moroccan Labour law, Labour Resources and Costs

Case study - 19 pages - Economy general

Morocco has created a favorable environment for investors as the result of an extensive program designed to attract business to the country. Multinational corporations that have invested in Morocco benefited from those competitive advantages on several fronts. This study gives detailed...

10 Mar 2021

SWOT Analysis - Airbus

Case study - 5 pages - Tourism marketing

Airbus is a European aeronautics company founded in 1970 and has since become one of the world leaders in the sector. The originality of Airbus lies in its European constitution. Originally in the form of a consortium of several European countries. Its head office is based on Toulouse and its...

29 Sep 2010

The Spanish Higher Education System

Essay - 13 pages - Educational studies

Although Spain is our closest neighbor, we notice that in the education sector, we have many differences. Even if this country is knows for parties or corridas, we may find several very famous universities such as the universities of Madrid, Bilbao, Alicante, and Barcelona. In fact, in the...

13 Jan 2022

The different types of business strategies

Course material - 7 pages - Business strategy

Business strategy is to set long-term objectives and a direction to follow. It is aimed at creating value, sustainability and profitability. Business strategy results in inspiring actions to all departments, allocating resources to reach them and impacting the organization of the company. To do...

16 Jun 2021

SWOT Analysis - Emirates

Case study - 5 pages - Tourism marketing

The tourism sector is one of the most important sectors for the economy, regardless of the country. However, tourism has been impacted by the onset of the health crisis, which has generated millions of euros in losses worldwide for the entire segment. Airlines have also been hit hard by the...

07 Aug 2018

Anatomy of the Russian disinformation campaign: understanding the complexity of a covert network as part of state policy and a military tool against Europe

Tutorials/exercises - 73 pages - Journalism

About two decades ago, it was impossible to imagine that foreign disinformation could actually affect the policy decision making or disturb social cohesion and solidarity in European countries. Back then, media outlets such as television, radio stations and newspapers enjoyed munificent funding...

24 Nov 2022

The application of an EIB to address environmental challenges in urban Belgium

Thesis - 96 pages - Finance

Cities face increasing environmental challenges including, but not limited to; air pollution, CO2 emissions, energy, transport and waste management. The success of Social Impact Bonds (SIB) by solving social issues in a public-private partnership has been the driver for the development of the...

10 Jan 2011

Underground Economy in the European Union: Moonlighting

Essay - 24 pages - Economy general

The black market, also known as the underground economy, has a substantial arsenal of words to describe it: black economy, illegal economy, unreported, unrecorded, ghost, invisible economy etc. Undeclared work also falls into the category of underground economy. This consists of different...

02 Dec 2010

Business appropriateness in the Mexican food market

Thesis - 48 pages - Economy general

The 12 presidential elections that took place in Latin America have attracted considerable media attention this year. Indeed, in addition to informational interest, a considerable change is looming on the American continent and a new socialist trend creates a major part of Latin America. Outside...

10 Jan 2011

Economy of Morocco

Thesis - 10 pages - Economy general

Morocco is a country of 29 million people with low-middle income, and gross domestic product per capita, estimated in 2001 to be 1190 U.S. dollars. Agriculture occupies an important place in the economy, with a share of GDP which has increased by about 15% over the last twenty years, and employs...

19 Feb 2015

The Great Depression and the New Deal

Case study - 5 pages - Educational studies

When he was inaugurated as the president of the US, Franklin D. Roosevelt decided to make an assessment of the huge damage that prevailed in the country. The assessment pertained to the withered leaves that pertained to the industrial enterprise; inability of farmers to gather markets for their...

27 Jan 2011

Competition between European football clubs

Dissertation - 37 pages - Management

In Europe, the economic competition is as fierce as the sporting competitions that engage among the professional football clubs, and this fight is somewhat uneven between very large European professional clubs and other smaller clubs. How can we explain the differences in competitiveness between...

16 Feb 2011

Improving the Tunisian financial market by adopting the international reference frame in terms of reporting with the aid of IAS/IFRS

Dissertation - 45 pages - Finance

The deterioration of the reputation of major players in financial markets (banking, insurance, financial institutions) has created a crisis of confidence without precedent with lasting consequences for all economic actors today and they are difficult to measure. In this context of high...

30 Mar 2011

Proposals to face the Euro crisis

Thesis - 4 pages - Economy general

During a certain period, the funny abbreviation “PIIGS” was to be found everywhere in the news; this referred to Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece, Spain, the five European “sick men”, endangering the survival of the Eurozone itself. While their situation still remains...

07 Aug 2012

Transocean vs. the United States

Case study - 5 pages - Other law subjects

In 2008 Transocean, one of the world's largest offshore oil drilling contractors, moved its corporate headquarters from the Cayman Islands to the canton of Zug, Switzerland. The move placed what was already a wildly lucrative company in an even more enviable position. Since their 1999 move from...

27 Jul 2006

Knowledge, growth without scale effects, and the product life cycle

Dissertation - 260 pages - Economy general

For several reasons, knowledge cannot be treated like any other commodity. One of these reasons is the nonrivalrous nature of knowledge, which means that one person's use of certain knowledge does not diminish another person's use of the same knowledge (at the same time). This important property...

23 Oct 2007

The European Union

Tutorials/exercises - 11 pages - European union

The European Union, which formed under this name in 1992, currently consists of 25 nations and covers much of Western Europe. The European Union is an enormous organization that was initially created to maintain peace and security between European states through various political and economic...

17 Jun 2008

Examining how reducing America's presence in the international community could benefit the process of globalization and the domestic development of the United States

Essay - 4 pages - International relations

The process of globalization is one that has carried with it a high price for the United States. While the US has been able to extend its overall reach into the international community, not all countries in the international community have been receptive of America's presence. The United States...

20 Jul 2008

Staying afloat: Income and poverty determinants for Southern Maine

Tutorials/exercises - 22 pages - Educational studies

In this study I will be looking at data from the Southern Maine subset within the 2000 United States Census. This sample includes a 5% random sampling of the residents of Androscoggin, Cumberland, Kennedy, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, and York counties. The data that I will use comes from Integrated...

04 Aug 2008

Medicare Prescription Drug act of 2003: Its implications to the US Health Care Systems

Essay - 7 pages - Political science

The Medicare Prescription Drug Act of 2003 introduces one of the most innovative additions to the present Medicare Law. It has been hailed as one of the truly heartfelt laws to come along. It now attempts to cover outpatient prescription drugs. The present law covers drugs received by inpatients...

29 Sep 2008

Hungary's economic plight, the result of imperfect politics

Essay - 4 pages - Political science

While the international community, business leaders and politicians may have known the degree of Hungary's economic crisis, it wasn't until mid-September, 2006, with the leaking of MSzP (Hungarian Socialist Party) Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány's confession of lying “morning, evening and...

04 Nov 2008

Market driven Journalism

Essay - 5 pages - Journalism

The effects of market driven journalism on the fourth estate are questionable at best and disastrous at worst. In market driven journalism, “viewers and readers are transformed into customers, news into products, and circulation or signal areas into markets” (McManus, 1). A prime...

04 Dec 2008

The city of Aden - Yemen

Essay - 13 pages - Journalism

The Yemeni port of Aden has long been one of the major entrepôts of the Middle East. With its starkly beautiful natural harbor nestled within an extinct volcano and its access to the highlands of Yemen and its products, the city called the “Eye to Yemen” would already have been...

04 Dec 2008

The sociology of housing and the housing problem

Essay - 9 pages - Social sciences

At its most elementary level, housing serves as shelter, offering protection against inclement weather and victimization by street crime. Housing fulfils other functions as well. It is typically a significant economic investment, for households as well as builders. Residents also tend to hold...

09 Jan 2009

Evolution of success in the Japanese automotive industry

Essay - 8 pages - Management

“The work of helping Toyota grow and of helping Toyota's people realize their ambitions has for me been a kind of mission. Yet I also realize that a corporation is just one part of society, that Japan is just one society in the world, and that the pursuit of only Toyota's interests would be...