• The Emergence of a Supra-National European Citizen
    between anti-corporate and anti-capitalist protest and argu-ments for global governance; and consider theoretical models of what such gov-ernance might entail. Such political education would also introduce theories of educational and environmental policy making in an age of globalisation (Burbules...
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  • Business and Management
    from the 12th September 2001 to 17th September 2004. In each case, for both developed and developing country-banking systems, the explanatory power of the regressions is greater in the period after “9/11”. This again is indicated in the values of the adjusted R square values, coefficients and t...
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  • health
    basic education as a Fundamental Right (86th Amendment). The Census of India 2001 reveals that despite a host of schemes and programmes, only 65.38 per cent of the Indian people are literate (75.85 per cent men and 54.16 per cent women). A staggering number of children, close to 38.41 per cent...
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  • E-Government
    . Heeks, R. (2001b). Understanding e-governance for development. The University of Manchester, Institute for Development, Policy and Management Information, Systems, Technology and Government: Working Papers Series, Number 11/2001. Available at: http://idpm.man.ac.uk/idpm/igov11abs.htm. Accessed March 22...
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  • Good Governance
    and Measurement Good governance is one of the fundamental prerequisites for the successful socio-economic development in a country. Governance usually plays a key role in the area like health, education, infrastructure, capital market regulation, macroeconomic stability, safety net provision, the...
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  • No Child Left Behind
    Child Left Behind Act of 2001, the U.S. Department of Education posts summary and overview materials, the basics of the law, information about standards and assessments, and policy guidance to the states, including details about waivers. * The Education Commission of the States developed a...
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  • mike
    ) Globalization and Corporate Governance Convergence? A Cross-Country Analysis. Working Paper, Harvard Business School. Lantos, G. (2001) The boundaries of strategic corporate social responsibility, Journal of Consumer Marketing, 18: 595–630. La Porta, R., Lopez de Silanes, F., Shleifer, A. and...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility
    , articles in the popular press and academic journals (especially law journals), and government reports to assess social performance along 12 dimensions: 1. corporate governance; 2. community relations; 3. diversity; 4. employee relations; 5. environment; 6. human rights; 7. product quality (innovation/R...
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  • Accountability
    and practices, London: Curzon. Funston, J. (2001). Malaysia: Developmental state challenged Singapore in Government and politics in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies Hasmy A. (2001). At cartography of governance exploring the province of environmental NGO’s boulder...
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  • Aman
    edition) 3. Mc Shane L. Steven, Glinow Mary Ann Von & Sharma Radha R. - Organizational Behaviour (Tata Mc Graw Hill, 4th Edition) 4. Robbins Stephen P. - Organizational Behaviour (Pearson Education, 13th Edition) 5. Hersey Paul, Blanchard, Kenneth H and Johnson Dewey E. - Management of Organsational...
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  • Reserch
    Abstract The Enron scandal, revealed in October 2001, eventuallyled to the bankruptcy of the Enron Corporation, an American energy company based in Houston, Texas, and the dissolution of Arthur Andersen, which was one of the five largest audit and accountancy partnerships in the world. In...
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  • corporate governance
    corporations adhering to the best Corporate Governance practices. In this regard, the management needs to act as trustees of the shareholders at large and prevent asymmetry of benefits between various sections of shareholders, especially between the owner-managers and the rest of the shareholders...
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  • E-Governance
    2001 | E-Governance and Developing Countries Introduction and examples Michiel Backus Content |Background | | |What is...
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  • Development of a Code of Ethics: IT Challenges
    ). Development of Code of Ethics There are at least two basic factors that influence the development of Code of Ethics for IT. One is from sources outside of the corporate structure, and the other is from the corporation’s governance. AITP as an outside source. The accounting environment...
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  • E-Governance
    citizens in a convenient, efficient and transparent manner. The three main target groups that can be distinguished in governance concepts are Government, citizens and businesses/interest groups. In eGovernance there are no distinct boundaries. Generally four basic models are available-Government to...
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  • Imran Haider
    Ibrahim, R. u. (2010). Role of Corporate Governance in Firm Performance: A Comparative Study between Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sectors of Pakistan. International Research Journal of Finance and Economics , ISSN 1450-2887. Shabnam Mohamad Mokhtar, Z. M. ((11) 2009). Corporate Governance Practices...
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  • Bec Goals
    Constitution of the republic of the Philippines, the 2001 Governance of Basic Education Act, and the 1982 Education Act.       Article XIV, section I, The state shall protect and promote the right of al the citizens to quality education at all levels and shall take appropriate steps to make such...
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  • Corporate Governance
    , education can (Arjoon and Gopaul, 2003). Natural law ethical theory provides a framework to address the moral dimension of human action, serves as a guide to those directly responsible for corporate governance, judges whether particular corporate actions are consistent with legal obligations, and...
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  • Rethinking the Influence of Agency Theory in the Accounting Academy
    may have led our accounting education system to unwittingly introduce and then normalize narrowly self- interested behavior. Finally, we suggest ways to improve accounting education that embrace multiple perspectives to prepare our students for act truly in the “public interest.” Electronic copy of...
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  • Mba Syallbus Srm University
    , 2001. 3. Aswat Damodaran- Corporate Finance theory and Practice, John Wiley & sons, 2000. 4. James C. Vanhorne- Financial management and policy, pearson education asia ( Low priced edition ), 12th edition, 2002. 5. Khan and Jain – basic Financial management & practice, Tata Mcgraw Hill publishing...
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