Economic Activities And Environment And Factors That Hinder Sustainable Development Essays and Term Papers

  • The value of the tourism planning approaches in Crete and Analysis to whether the needs of the local area and its residents are addressed.

    Tourism is one of the most growing and expanding industry, financially. To most it is considered as economic value in terms of injection to its current national economy as it were. It is becoming increasingly essential and dependence upon the integration of tourism itself (Harrison, 2004; UN WTO 2009)...

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  • Public Transport Infrastructure

    your views on the development of public transport infrastructure in enhancing the future economic growth and development of the 2 countries? This issue shall be discussed together in context of 2 case studies, China (Article A) and Malaysia (Article B). Economic growth and development of a country go...

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    This study aimed to identify the barriers to the adoption and implementation of a formal EMS by SMHs in Hong Kong. Exploratory factor analysis indicated that nine factors can hinder the adoption of such a system by SMHs, five of which are unique to these hotels. In descending order, they are (a) lack of...

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  • Lack of investments in Kazakhstan

    Large-scale investment inflow in the real sector of the economy is one of the defining conditions of forced industrial-innovative development of Kazakhstan. Given that currently the supply of domestic investors is not always able to meet the growing domestic demand for investment resources. Importance...

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  • Monetary Policy

    Policy?[1] Monetary policy has two basic goals: to promote "maximum" sustainable output and employment and to promote "stable" prices. These goals are prescribed in a 1977 amendment to the Federal Reserve Act. What do maximum sustainable output and employment mean? In the long run, the amount of goods...

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  • The Environment of Modern Business

    The aim of this essay is to explore a list of ways how the government helps or hinders the development of a successful business environment. In order to achieve the clarification of this subject, PEST(LE) analysis is used. There is no doubt to say that every nation state needs some form of government...

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  • Diaspora Organisations

    territory that are geared towards development of their ‘homelands’. You have been appointed as a consultant to advice the ministry of the pros and cons of using Diaspora organisations to deliver development. Introduction In the 21st century, the political, social, economic and cultural characteristics...

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  • Upgrading Vietnam’s Competitiveness: Flawed Approach or Critical Imperative?

    important phase of its economic development. Long the darling of the international development community due to its solid growth rates and impressive success in lowering poverty, the country is facing new challenges of macroeconomic volatility and growing demands on the business environment. Vietnam still has...

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  • Sustaining a Competetive Advantage

    Contents 1. Abstract 2. Introduction 3. The environment 4. The internal capabilities of companies 5. Can companies sustain competitive advantage 6. Links between the dynamic environment and the internal competence's of a company. 7 Conclusion 8 Bibliography ...

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  • Tourism Geography

    Question: Explain how four of the factors below influence global tourism and describe the impact they have on the possible future directions of the economic activity. Tourism is subject to exterior factors which may alter its nature and future direction. These factors are uncontrollable and can see...

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  • Creating Good Policy

    PSM210 Creating Good Policy Activity Number: Assessment 2 Topic 9 is a case study on water policy in Australia. It includes seven activities. Candidates are asked to choose and complete any three (3) of these. Notes on the activities for Topic 9 The activity responses will be assessed on...

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  • Corporate Social Responsibility

    required by law and ethics. Corporate social responsibility (CSR), also known as corporate responsibility, corporate citizenship, responsible business, sustainable responsible business (SRB), or corporate social performance, is a form of corporate self-regulation integrated into a business model. Ideally, CSR...

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  • E-Waste

    FOR ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATORY IMPACT ASSESSMENT by Colin Kirkpatrick and Jenifer Piesse CONTENTS: Executive Summary 1. ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT AND THE ENABLING BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT: 1.1 Private Sector Development 1.2 An Enabling Business Environment 1.3 Encouraging...

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  • Sustainability

    development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” 1987, World Commission on Environment Sustainable development is an approach to promote a kind of development that does not harm the environment and exhaust...

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  • Hello

    Social Studies Revision Resource – Key Driving Forces of Globalisation What is Globalisation? The process by which people, their ideas and their activities in different parts of the world become interconnected or integrated. Why must you know this? So that you can evaluate which KEY DRIVING FORCE...

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  • Tourism in New Zealand

    the whole beneficial but as tourism continues to grow this could change. Non-economic benefits of tourism are maximized when visitors and hosts share mutual interests and when trade is relatively small. However these factors limit potential tourist markets and income. One solution to this problem could...

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  • Research on Tourism Development in Silang, Cavite

    private sector, NGO’s and the academic world. This growing attention has its origin, not surprisingly, in the increased economic importance of the tourism industry for global economic growth. Tourism is one of those sectors that can demonstrate the global connections between cultures, nations, NGO’s and...

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  • Solutions to the Niger Delta Problems in Nigeria

    FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE COURSE DVS 512: TECHNOLOGY, ENERGY, NATURAL RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT BY ISU, DORATHY AKWUGO PG/MSC/07/46529 LECTURER: DR. OGAKWU INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, ENUGU CAMPUS. AUGUST 2009 BACKGROUND The Niger Delta produces...

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  • Education for Sustainable Development

    The United Nations were alarmed by environmental, social and human development problems and got a lot of conferences and summits on how to cope with the situations. Many proposals and agendas were made for attaining sustainable development globally but it didn’t attain its success for it has been focused...

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  • political economy

    STUDY Nigeria has been a function of the perceptions of the founding fathers from the eve of independence, and a product of certain geographical factors. The nationalists including Nnamdi Azikiwe, Herbert Macaulay, Obafemi Awolowo, Anthony Enahoro, Aminu Kano, Ahmadu Bello, and Tafawa Balewa, to mention...

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