• Religion, Poverty and Wealth
    Wealth All Christians believe that the world and everything in it have been created by God. They believe that the world is holy, special, divine, worthy of respect and honour. 'The earth is the Lord's, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it; for he founded it upon the seas and...
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  • Student
    everyday life for the many people Mikael Ohlsson, President and Chief Executive Officer for the IKEA Group Welcome to the 2011 IKEA Yearly Summary. In times when many nations and people face economic challenges, our vision of creating a better everyday for the many people is more relevant than ever...
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  • Study Guide
    happiness and good life. Introduction The quest for happiness, contentment, and the experience of a good life is at the heart of human nature, being what people want for themselves, their children, and their fellow citizens. Happiness, as a concept, is – as Marar (2003) has noted – both deceptively simple and...
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  • Book
    understand this idea. They have to understand that people have different perspectives on development and there are ways by which we can arrive at common indicators for development. To do this, we have used situations that they can respond to in an intuitive manner; we have also presented analysis that...
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  • Corruption
    IN OUR GENERATION Save the Children’s vision for a post-2015 framework Save the Children works in more than 120 countries. We save children’s lives. We fight for their rights. We help them fulfil their potential. For more information, contact: Jenny Russell Save the Children 2000 L Street...
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  • Geography- Development
    How to measure development: 10/11/2013 1. PowerPoint: Economic: GDP, GNP/GDP per head capita, real GDP, GNI Social measures: Life expectancy, birth rate, adult literacy, and infant mortality, HDI. Happy Planet Index is an index of human well-being and environmental that was introduced by...
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  • Essay
    of sustainable economics. While a longer-range challenge is to work out the specific ethical implications that a shift to sustainable economics would have for individual firms and industries, this paper is more programmatic. Here, I seek only to lay the conceptual groundwork for such a project and suggest...
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  • Right Choice
    dropped out and became a computer magnate who's now worth is estimated in billions. He is not alone: Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Michael Dell are self-made entrepreneurs who earned billions. According to the research firm Claritas Corp., “8% of the one million or so millionaires in the United States did not...
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  • Current Affairs Topic
    Index. The HPI concentrates on the deprivation in the three essential elements of human life already reflected in the HDI: longevity, knowledge and a decent standard of living. The HPI is derived separately for developing countries (HPI-1) and a group of select high-income OECD countries (HPI-2) to better...
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  • Sustainable Development
    for Environment Education. This publication has been compiled from a range of previously printed literature and the internet has been a very large resource for this compilation. We would like to acknowledge all the sources from where our information has been referenced or compiled. Disclaimer The contents...
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  • Development of Sociology and Its Relation to Other Social Sciences
    of homeless people like beggars, rickshaw pullers, people at the cross roads and traffic signals, stray men and women who have no proper shelter and identity were moved to either Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Haryana which the government by and large believed that was the hometown of such people. In the name...
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  • Krishan Imam
    MICRO-LENDING AND BATTLE AGAINST POVERTY Abstract For every need and want of human has some price that a person have to give in order to have that specific thing to satisfy his required item. People earn money by working but in order to invest the money wisely so that; they can gain profit and save money...
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  • Google Business Analysis
    Schlegel Trine University Fort Wayne, Indiana Dear Dr. Schlegel: The attached report describes the economic impact of Google, Inc. in the business world. You will find the results of this report useful in your evaluation of success of Google, Inc. This report was designed to examine the economic...
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  • Micropresentation Topics- Christ University
    responsibility 45 Marine pollution 8 Knowledge and wisdom go hand in hand 46 Greenhouse effect 9 Democracy and India 47 What is global warming? 10 Leaders must be followers first 48 Genetic engineering 11 Inter-linking of rivers as a solution to water problems 49 You have to know the past to understand...
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  • Giants on a Shrinking Planet
    This research paper discusses why almost half of our population has insufficient global resources, primarily food, water, shelter and income, along with possible solutions allocated to those in privation. Tori...
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  • Good Governance
    and parcel of her life but hope and sincerity was her ultimate. After passing her first boards examination in class 10 her passion towards success increased because she knew in this world if one has success one is admired else are nailed to the cross of Jesus Christ. Working hard was not her part of the...
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  • Will Chuna Be the Next Super Power ?
    whether it is doomed to be a paper-dragon. The essay (which will be a careful review of the most pertinent literature on the subject, including primary resources) will begin by noting the various (and obvious) reasons why China appears headed towards global supremacy; the biggest factor weighing in China’s...
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  • Solve Problems and Grow Rich
    8 Managing Yourself 50 9 Managing Your Business 58 10 Simple Feasibility Study 66 11 Business Selection 76 Conclusion 79 Chapter 1 Introduction The purpose of this manual is to show you how you can solve problems for others to secure jobs...
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  • Amartya Sen's Capability Approach and Its Application in the Hdrs
    flourishing (Clark, 2006). The Capability Approach Explained It might be easier to start by making clear what the capability approach is not: it does not aim to be a fully specified theory or a complete and standardized means of analyzing human development. Rather, it is a broad and deliberately...
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  • poverty incidence
    the Philippines suffers from widespreadcorruption. Means of corruption include graft, bribery, embezzlement, backdoor deals, nepotism, and patronage According to a World Bank study in 2008, corruption in the Philippines is considered to be the worst among East Asia’s leading economies and the country has sunk even lower...
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