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  • Are People Rational (in the Economist’s Sense) and Reasonable (in the Lawyer’s Sense)? Whatever Your Answer to That Question, Does It Matter?
    “It has been said something as small as the flutter of a butterfly’s wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world.” ~ Chaos Theory Everyday, you make decisions that affect the path that you have taken, to different degrees, resulting in the current situation you now find you
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  • Management Theory & Practice
    MANAGEMENT THEORY & PRACTICE Courtesy Stephen P. Robbins ORGANISATION THEORY AND PRACTICE What is an organisation? Organisation is a deliberate arrangement of people to accomplish some specific purpose. • Distinct purpose • Del
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  • Ac Theory
    Fourth Edition, last update June 29, 2002 2 Lessons In Electric Circuits, Volume II – AC By Tony R. Kuphaldt Fourth Edition, last update June 29, 2002 i c 2000-2002, Tony R. Kuphaldt This book is published under the terms and conditions of the Design Science License. These terms and c
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  • Sociological Theory
    Stephanie Harper Sociological Theory – An Introduction There are many sociological theories that try to examine and interpret how and why society functions; looking at influences such as mass media, the family, education and the church. All of these theories have their own ideas as to how thes
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  • Attribution Theory 2
    Attribution theory explains how and why we perceive other people the way we do. It can be applied to many different areas such as marketing, psychology and organizational behavior. It allows us to understand how we judge characters and behaviors based on information given to or surrounding us. This
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  • Peter Senge Theory
    PERSPECTIVES ON THE LABOR PROCESS Surveillance and Teamwork: An Unexpected Combination Surveillance in the workplace, previously a relatively neglected issue in organizational theory, is becoming the focus of much attention. New information technologies have increased the scope and reach of wo
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  • The End of Rational Economics
    THE NEW ECONOMICS in the SPECIAL ISSUE NEW WORLD The End of Rational Economics Your company has been operating on the premise that people – customers, employees, managers – make logical decisions. It’s time to abandon that assumption. | by Dan Ariely IN 2008, a massive earthquake r
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  • A Case Study in Organisational Change Implication for Theory
    A case study in organisational change: implications for theory Lindsay Nelson Introduction Organisation theory has developed through major epochs of classical, human relations and contingency approaches, all of which have contributed to the accumulation of knowledge about implementing change. T
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  • Contemporary Ethical Theory Philosophers
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  • String Theory and Noncommutative Geometry
    IASSNS-HEP-99/74 hep-th/9908142 arXiv:hep-th/9908142v3 30 Nov 1999 String Theory and Noncommutative Geometry Nathan Seiberg and Edward Witten School of Natural Sciences Institute for Advanced Study Olden Lane, Princeton, NJ 08540 We extend earlier ideas about the appearance of noncommuta
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  • Catherine Hakim's Preference Theory Applies to the Minority in Singapore
    According to British Sociologist Catherine Hakim’s Preference Theory - Women have their own preferences and make genuine choices over their participation in the labour workforce or family (Hakim 2006). This belief is guided by their preference and choice that directly led to career path & suc
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  • Capital Asset Prices: a Theory of Market Equilibrium Under Conditions of Risk
    American Finance Association Capital Asset Prices: A Theory of Market Equilibrium under Conditions of Risk Author(s): William F. Sharpe Source: The Journal of Finance, Vol. 19, No. 3 (Sep., 1964), pp. 425-442 Published by: Blackwell Publishing for the American Finance Association Stable URL: http
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  • Optimal Tax Theory
    Optimal Tax Theory Abstract In the current political climate in the United States there are several competing views on which tax system would provide the greatest amount of revenue in the most efficient manner. This must also be accomplished with the least amount of perceived burden upon the pe
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  • Game Theory
    Algorithmic Game Theory Over the last few years, there has been explosive growth in the research done at the interface of computer science, game theory, and economic theory, largely motivated by the emergence of the Internet. Algorithmic Game Theory develops the central ideas and results of this ne
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  • Ppm(Decision Theory)
    Decision theory From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Decision theory in economics, psychology, philosophy, mathematics, and statistics is concerned with identifying the values, uncertainties and other issues relevant in a given decision, its rationality, and the resulting optimal decision. It is
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  • The Capital Asset Pricing Model: Theory and Evidence∗
    First draft: August 2003 This draft: January 2004 The Capital Asset Pricing Model: Theory and Evidence∗ Eugene F. Fama and Kenneth R. French The capital asset pricing model (CAPM) of William Sharpe (1964) and John Lintner (1965) marks the birth of asset pricing theory (resulting in a Nobel Priz
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  • Leader Member Exchange Theory(Lmx)
    LEADER MEMBER EXCHANGE THEORY (LME) Leader-member Exchange (LME) flows from literature on transformational leadership, extant in the 1970s. A number of fundamental concepts are quite old, such as rewards for supporting leadership being as old as political philosophies from Classical Greek days. T
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  • Accouting Theory Solution Chp2
    CHAPTER 2 Suggested Solutions to Questions and Problems 1. P.V. Ltd. Income Statement for Year 2 Accretion of discount (10% × 286.36) $28.64 P.V. Ltd. Balance Sheet As at Time 2 Financial Asset Shareholders’ Equity Cash $315.00 Opening bala
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  • Decision Usefulness Approach
    | Decision Usefulness Approach | Can the decision usefulness approach make financial reporting more useful? | | | | | Prepared by Jing Wang Abstract
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