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  • Business Ethics
    Australia. The article entitled "Business ethics are set to set to stage a comeback" was published on the 75th page of The Australian Financial Review on the 6th February 1990. Literature Review Basically, the article discussed several important issues about business ethics. One of the most prominent...
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  • Islamic Accounting
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  • A Closer Look at Female Genital Mutation
    In June 1997, the Board of I igration Appeals of the United States I igration and Naturalization Service (INS) granted political asylum to a nineteen-year-old woman from Togo who had fled her home to escape the practice of genital mutilation. 1 Fauziya Kassindja is the daughter of Muhammed...
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  • The World Moving Towards at Least Three Versions of Ifrs?
    benefits from adopting IFRS, one would think that all countries would jump to its implementation. However, this is not the case. In order to achieve its goal in creating an international set of accounting standards accepted by countries worldwide, the IASB must recognize that differences in business and...
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  • Culture
    Doing business around the world. 1. Developing Business in China: Western business visitors are often deadline-driven and unwilling to slow down to the Chinese pace when discussing business. But in China the pace can be fast and slow simultaneously. Those involved in negotiations know how long they...
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  • International Management
    selection of negotiators from Canada Timber. Were any mistakes made in the selection? Answer 1: The success of international business relationships depends on effective business negotiations. Negotiators need to be well prepared. Understanding how to achieve international business negotiation outcomes...
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  • Appendix D: Part One
    Ethnic group | A group set apart from others because of its national origin or distinctive cultural patterns | Anti-Semitism | Hostility toward or discrimination against Jews as a religious, ethnic or racial group | Islamophobia | Extreme or irrational fear of all Islamic persons | Xenophobia | Intense...
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  • Western Hrm
    “Human Resource Management practices in western countries and  GCC countries; differences, similarities and a future projection”                                                      Alexander Westerduin (s0069183)  Bachelor student Business Administration   University of Twente  ...
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  • Budget
    of National Culture in HRM – A Study of Pakistan Shaista E. Khilji Carleton University, Ontario, Canada  This study draws out evidence from 11 organizations, local as well as multinationals, in Pakistan to test the ‘culture-sensitive’ view. A number of conclusions are drawn. First, the findings...
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  • Global Environment,
    In a global environment, religious practice frequently affects business practices within organizations. Religion impacts business and social interactions from meetings to greetings, holidays and community events and is an inherent factor of cultural values. A culture’s belief systems are invaluable...
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  • International Business
    International Business Lecture Notes Collin Starkweather1 September 2012 1 Copyright c Collin Starkweather 2012. All rights reserved. 2 Contents 1 International Business Culture and Practices 1.1 Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 The Determinants of Culture . . ....
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  • Structural, Institutional and Socio-Political Challenges to the Development of Strategic Human Resource Management Practices in Nigeria
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  • islamic banking
    Pennsylvania CAN ISLAMIC BANKING WORK IN NIGERIA? Basiru Oyeniran Fatai Trade Policy Research and Training Programme, Department of Economics, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria ABSTRACT Islamic Banking has become ever popular in the last three decades, not only in Arab and Islamic world but also...
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  • buku ethics
    RIGHT and WRONG behaviors 1.1.2 The meaning of business ethics BUSINESS ETHICS The application of ethical values and idea on issues the rise in the business context. This is very different with the ethics in general .E.g., anyone in business who lies about their product or their financial performance...
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  • Business Essential
    Name : 秦茂升 Class : 企管A班 Subject : 企業概論 第108頁 After reading this chapter, you should be able to: 1. Discuss the rise of international business and describe the major world marketplaces, trade agreements, and alliances. Answer: The contemporary world market revolves around three dominant marketplaces:...
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  • Global Financial Crisis and Islamic Finance
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  • Annotated Bibliography of Multilevel Research Perspective
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  • International Law Western and Islam Perspective
    UK Centre for Legal Education Siyar (Islamic International Law) Manual on Teaching Islamic International Law (Siyar) ©2008 (UKCLE – 1st Draft Copy) CONTENTS COURSE AIMS & OBJECTIVES COURSE SYLLABUS LECTURES AND TUTORIALS LITERATURE ON SYLLABUS TUTORIAL ESSAYS ...
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  • Business
    Before the influx of modern banking form, there was a system of direct finance where the owner of capital deals directly with the user of capital. So the savers were dealing with the investors directly. With the passage of time, there was observed a rapid growth in trade and manufacturing industries...
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