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    on the gaps in previous research on and aims at fulfilling the following objectives:          Does the State/Corporate attitude to conduct Socially Responsible Investments is contributing towards the growth of NGOs in China? Does the intensification of hybrid approach of confrontation and collaboration...
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  • The Critique of Accounting Theory
    of Commerce - Accounting & Finance Working Papers University of Wollongong Year  The Critique of Accounting Theory M. Gaffikin University of Wollongong, gaffikin@uow.edu.au This working paper was originally published as Gaffikin, M, The Critique of Accounting Theory, Accounting & Finance Working...
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  • Organizational Profile of Ut Bank Ghana Ltd, Kumasi Branch
    think about things around here” (Maull, Brown & Cliffe, 2001). Deal and Kennedy (1982) argue that culture is the single most important factor accounting for success or failure in organizations. They identified four key dimensions of culture: 1. Values – the beliefs that lie at the heart of the corporate...
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  • Ajwadb
    remain competitive. KEY WORDS: corporate identity, content analysis, ethical disclosure, Islamic banking, reputation ABBREVIATIONS AAOIFI The Accounting and Auditing Organisation for Islamic Financial Institutions ABB Al-Baraka Bank ADIB Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank ARB Al-Rajhi Bank BIB Bahrain Islamic...
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  • Assignments
    consideration for the basic aspects of their innate behavior; and 7. To progress toward an entire production, processing and distribution chain which is both socially just and ecologically responsible. The goals of organic farming conveys a predominantly farm-oriented and production practice perspective. However...
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  • The Relationship Between the Environmental and Financial Performance of Public Utilities
    production techniques and to adopt innovative, clean technologies. This research agenda has also gained exposure due to the increasingly popular socially/environmentally responsible investment approaches and consumer demand for “green products”. Previous research addressing the relationship between...
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  • Acc 543 Exam
    Operations Management for Competitive Advantage, Fundamental Financial & Managerial Accounting Concepts, and Business Law: Legal Environment, Online Commerce, Business Ethics, and International Issues. Week One: Managerial Accounting and Capital Budgeting Objective: Determine the present value of future cash...
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  • The Baron Model of Social and Emotional Intelligence (Esi)(1)
    early studies focused on describing, defining and assessing socially competent behavior (Chapin, 1942; Doll, 1935; Moss & Hunt, 1927; Moss et al., 1927; Thorndike, 1920). Edgar Doll published the first instrument designed to measure socially intelligent behavior in young children (1935). Possibly influenced...
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  • The Link between Gender Inequality and Economic Growth
    the income brought to home by women would not be spent to main household spending, but on luxuries (Kibria, 1995). Indeed, men preserve the socially constructed norm that men have the control over the income and transgressing would affect the gender relations. Additionally, systematic differences in...
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  • Spartan
    | | AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE PROCESSES & PEOPLE WHO CONTRIBUTE TO THE ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS OF SBL Ltd | | ...
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  • Management Control and Their Limitations
    three distinction areas of literature which are interrelated to differing degrees: • Corporate collapses and shortcomings and failures in accounting and audit practice, and within those professions. • Risk management and regulation, including internal controls, especially in relation to...
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  • DD201 summary notes
    associated culture of domesticity (women at home in private, men in the public). - Challenges the notion of everyday and suggests that it is socially constructed. - Explores temporal and spatial aspect of the home, routines and rhythms. Chapter 2 - Love is in the air: romance and the everyday - Defines...
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    inability to check the unmitigated growth of corporate greed. Others believe Enron’s collapse can be traced back to questionable accounting practices such as mark-to-market accounting and the utilization of Special Purpose Entities (SPE’s) to hide financial debt. In other instances, people point toward Enron’s...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility
    BA (Hons) Accounting (Full-Time) (Hong Kong) CorporATe SoCiAl reSponSiBiliTy student study guide The Business School www.napier.ac.uk/business-school BA (Hons) Accounting Module: Corporate Social Responsibility Student Study Guide • BA (Hons) Accounting (Hong Kong) • Module...
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  • Review on the association between corporate social responsibility and financial performance of firms in emerging markets
    financial, ethical, legal and philanthropy responsibilities. According to Beurden and Gossling (2008) and Orlitzky et al. (2003) cited in Sun (2012), a socially responsible firm may undergo minimal employee related issue, minimal complaints from society and less complaints on environmental issue from government...
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  • Strategic Change Management /2
    2005, 47). The focus shifts to understanding the activities that construct, enact and advance the strategic change process as it unfolds and is socially constructed in context. This also means leaving prescriptive change models behind, particularly those that perceive of change as following a normative sequence...
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  • Mba-Chapter 1
    Understanding and Appreciating Individual Differences Skill: Recall 8) Emotional intelligence has been identified as a moderately important factor in accounting for success in leaders and managers. Answer: FALSE Explanation: Emotional intelligence has been identified as one of the most important factors...
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  • Impact of Csr on Smes
    Value Added FY – Financial Year GRI – Global Reporting Initiative HIV – Human Immunodeficiency Virus IAS – International Accounting Standards IFRS – International Financial Reporting Standards ISO – International Standards Organization KPMG – Klynveld Peat Marwick...
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  • Csr and Sd
    Corporate social responsibility: what’s in a name? 4. Rationale of CSR 5. Potential and limitations of CSR 6. Approaches to CSR 6.1 Sustainability accounting and reporting 6.2 Achieving CSR through sustainable marketing 6.3 Achieving CSR through sustainable procurement 6.4 Achieving CSR through sustainability-oriented...
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  • Management and Organization
    capabilities or entry-level requirements for executive positions. Moreover capabilities can be divided into 3 categories: Technical skill (i.e. accounting and business planning) Cognitive abilities (i.e. analytical reasoning) EQ (i.e. the ability to work with others and effectiveness in leading change) ...
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