• PEACEBUILDING THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: A STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA AND NSUKKA COMMUNITIES
    whom an organization's activities have an impact. It was used to describe corporate owners beyond shareholders as a result of an influential book by R. Edward Freeman, Strategic management: a stakeholder approach in 1984. Proponents argue that corporations make more long term profits by operating with...
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  • political economy
    EFFECT OF TERRORISM ON GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA; BOKO HARAM, CASE STUDY OF BAMA LOCAL GOVERNMENT, MAIDUGURI, BORNO STATE CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study …………………………………………… 1.2 Statement of the Problem …………………………………………… 1.3 Objective of the Study ……………………………………………… 1.4 Significance...
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  • Lecturer
    will be immensely more difficult, if not impossible” (Burkey, 1993:56). Housing provision plays a vital role in meeting basic needs; dwellings provide the security required for basic functioning and are thus essential for both human development and the alleviation of poverty. Keywords: Public participation...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility
    propositions specifying the conditions under which corporations are likely to behave in socially responsible ways. I argue that the relationship between basic economic conditions and corporate behavior is mediated by several institutional conditions: public and private regulation, the presence of nongovernmental...
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  • Agency Theory Essay 3
    1 The Fundamental Agency Problem and Its Mitigation: Independence, Equity, and the Market for Corporate Control DAN R. DALTON Kelley School of Business, Indiana University MICHAELA. HITT Mays College of Business, Texas A&M University S. TREVIS CERTO Mays College of Business, Texas A&M University ...
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  • Globalization
    determinants (institutional, socio-cultural, economic, and environmental) and their level of causality (proximate, distal, and contextual) are combined into a basic framework that conceptualises the complex multi-causality of population health. Contemporary globalisation is defined as an intensification of cross-national...
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  • Abstract Challenging
    accounting and corporate governance: An institutional interpretation of the agency problem Will Seal ∗ Loughborough University Business School, Loughborough University, Leicestershire LE11 3TU, UK Abstract Challenging the dominant economic agency theory of corporate governance with a new discourse drawn...
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  • Corporate Governance Reforms in Emerging Countries: a Case Study of Bangladesh
    Corporate Governance Reforms in Emerging Countries: A Case Study of Bangladesh Pallab Kumar Biswas E-mail: twig083@yahoo.com Working Paper: Please Do Not Cite December 2012 Abstract: This paper considers three related research questions, all in the context of an emerging economy, Bangladesh:...
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  • Business and Management
    International Journal of Business and Management October, 2007 Contents The Effects of Extreme Political Acts and Political Risk on International Banking Systems John L Simpson Improvement of Insurance Company’s Service Management: An Application of Activity Based on Costing/Management Zhilin...
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  • Coroporate Social Responsibility
    an ethical way and in the interests of the wider community Responding positively to emerging societal priorities and expectations A willingness to act ahead of regulatory confrontation Balancing shareholder interests against the interests of the wider community Being a good citizen in the community ...
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  • Pestel Analyses of India
    prominent. Despite the existence of a strong knowledge base, expenditure on R&D is inadequate A good knowledge base, low costs and strong support due to government policies make India an attractive research and development (R&D) destination. The country has over three million scientific and technical...
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  • Egovernment in Korea
    development and taken advantage of internet-based applications to facilitate community development and communication with constituents (Benjamin, 2001; Ranerup, 2001; Modesitt, 2002) as well as to provide online application services (Ho, 2002; Norris & Moon, 2005). E-government brings with it the potential...
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  • Literature Review of XBRL
    implementation of XBRL in different countries and some researches about XBRL in China. 2. Literature Review 2.1. Research about the production basic of XBRL Sorter (1969) proposed the idea of "The Events Approach" on accounting, but because of the limitations of information technology, it is very...
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  • Board Dynamics and the Influence of Professional Background, Gender and Ethnic Diversity of Directors
    218 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Board Dynamics and the Influence of Professional Background, Gender and Ethnic Diversity of Directors* Nicholas van der Walt** and Coral Ingley Exploring the appointment of directors of different professional backgrounds, levels of independence, age, gender and ethnicity...
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  • Auditing
    (IASB). Generally, the financial statements included Balance sheet, Income statement, Statement of retained earnings, Statement of cash flows. The basic aims of every audit engagement: * To evaluate the possibility of fraud occurring within the organization. * To evaluate the probability that...
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  • Formulas FOr RLC circuit
    CHAPTER – 5 ANALYSIS OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN There is no denying the fact that socio-economic development of any society mainly depends upon the quality and extent of education accessible to its members. Therefore its development is to be taken like a challenge, because prosperity and...
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  • Knowledge Economy in Europe
    Education and the Knowledge-Based Economy in Europe EDUCATIONAL FUTURES RETHINKING THEORY AND PRACTICE Volume 24 Series Editors Michael A. Peters University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA J. Freeman-Moir University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand Editorial Board Michael...
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  • Branding Education
    1007/s10734-008-9155-z Defining the essence of a university: lessons from higher education branding Arild Wæraas Æ Marianne N. Solbakk Published online: 13 June 2008 Ó Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2008 Abstract Branding is a phenomenon that has become increasingly common in higher education over...
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  • Philippine Educational System
    Principles and general objectives of education In the Philippines the education system aims to:  Provide a broad general education that will assist each individual in society to attain his/her potential as a human being, and enhance the range and quality of the individual and the group;  Help...
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  • Uk Country Analysis Report
    Key findings Strong democratic system, but the threat from terrorism continues to be high The UK adheres to a democratic, parliamentary system of governance known as the Westminster system. The structure of the administration ensures that there is an adequate separation of powers between the executive...
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