• Social Capital: Its Conceptual and Methodological Aspects, and Its Connection to Local Development.
    Abstract Social capital is one of the concepts which have attracted the attention of scholars all over the globe. This paper dealt with the theoretical understandings that could assist in the identification of the various forms of social capital and how it is linked to local development in this e...
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  • Personality Development
    Introduction Personal and professional Development Planning is a structured and supported process undertaken by an individual which reflect upon their own learning, performance and achievement and to plan for their personal, educational and career development. Now a days it is a common process i...
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  • Contrast the Role of Labour as a Major Factor Influencing the Nature and Location of Industrial Activities in the Core and Peripheral Eu Regions Within a Fordist and Neo-Fordist Regime of Capital Accumulation.
    Contrast the role of labour as a major factor influencing the nature and location of industrial activities in the core and peripheral EU regions within a Fordist and Neo-Fordist regime of capital accumulation. Labour has been a critical, defining influence on the development and spatial geography...
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  • Definition, Nature, Scope and Importance of Demography
    Definition, Nature, Scope and Importance of Demography The term ‘demography’ is derived from two Greek Words, ‘Demas’ the people and ‘Grapho’, to draw or write. Thus its meaning is to draw or Write about people. The credit for fusing together the two Greek words and coining the term...
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  • Need to Rejuvenate the Curriculum in Education to Attain Sustainable Development
    NEED TO REJUVENATE THE CURRICULUM IN EDUCATION TO ATTAIN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Samir Ajmeri ABSTRACT The new era of globalization has brought multifaceted challenges in the form of business competitions in every sphere of life. The pressure to deliver effective, efficient, economical, env...
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  • Research and Development in Hungary
    RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN HUNGARY 2003œ2004 Realising that the modern economies in the 21st century will be based on knowledge, Hungary took internationally recognised steps in the foundation of knowledge-based economy. The present document is aimed at providing concise information for interest...
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  • Nikemultinational Corporations and Economic Development: the Lessons of Singapore
    Multinational corporations and economic development: the lessons of Singapore Introduction Today, multinational corporations (MNCs) comprise a central place in the world economy. Before World War II, terms such as "multinational" or "transnational" were seldom used to describe international econ...
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  • Development of Channel Relations for Distribution of Mutual Fund
    A PROJECT REPORT ON DVELOPMENT OF CHANNEL RELATIONS FOR DISTRIBUTION OF MUTUAL FUND AT MAHINDRA AND MAHINDRA FINANCIAL SERVISES LIMITED, FINSMART, NAGPUR SUBMITTED BY: MANOJ KUMAR POCHAT ROLL NO. 073040 IMG-0I FORE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, NEW DELHI Certificate This...
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  • Identify and Discuss the Key Influences of the Strategic Hrm Diagnostic Model That Have Significance for Employee Recruitment and Selection
    The Strategic HRM Diagnostic Model (Stone, 2002:26) attempts to provide Human Resource Managers with an analytical framework designed to assist in the prediction and prevention of possible problems. The approach encourages HR managers to be pro-active, and to consider the nature of the internal and...
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  • Strategic Human Resource Development
    Introduction There is now a general acceptance of a stakeholder theory of the modern organization (see, e.g.[1, 2,3]). Such a theory implies that managers have a duty to stakeholders. Stakeholders are defined as those groups who have a stake in or claim on the firm. Translated to the human resource...
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  • Culture, S Consequences for Economic Development
    CULTURE’S CONSEQUENCES FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ©Journal of Global Business and Technology, Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 2006 48 CULTURE’S CONSEQUENCES FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: AN EMPIRICAL EXAMINATION OF CULTURE, FREEDOM, AND NATIONAL MARKET PERFORMANCE Steven D. Papamarcos and Georg...
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  • Employee Development
    Running head: TRAINING & DEVELOPEMNT Human resources are the most important resources in any organization. To succeed a business needs committed staff to meet its goals and objectives. Staff must be trained and motivated by the management to achieve their potential. It is the responsibility...
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  • Human Development - a New Discipline
    A NEW DISCIPLINE: DEVELOPMENT ETHICS Denis Goulet Working Paper #231 - August 1996 Denis Goulet, is O’Neill Professor in Education for Justice in the Department of Economics and Fellow of the Kellogg Institute and the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre D...
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  • Millenium Development Goal 6
    Millennium Development Goal 6: To Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Other Diseases The Millennium Development Goals (MDG’S) and Declaration were adopted by United Nation member states in 2000. These have become a universal fram...
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  • Improving the Quality of Public Administration Research on Non Profits: Dismantling the Three-Secror Model
    Abstract The recently intensified interest in accountability for nonprofit organizations is beginning to generate a significant volume of literature for the managers to employ, including compliance issues and financial accountabilities. Research is missing in the areas of professionalism and accou...
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  • Career Development Plan Part I
    Career Development Plan Part I University of Phoenix HRM 531 Human Capital Management Job Analysis Job analysis involves studying a specific job to identify the measurable work activities, tasks, and responsibilities associated with that job. An effective job analysis requires the systemat...
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  • Swades: Training and Development Lessons
    Executive Summary Swades is a movie about an NRI (Mohan) who comes back to India to meet his old nanny (Kaveri Amma) and take her back with him. The movie is in a village setting and shows how Mohan got involved in the affairs of the village and how later it brings a change of heart and makes him c...
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  • Critically Analyse and Evaluate the Relationship Between Tourism and Development & Illustrate Your Arguments with Practical Examples from a Variety of Destination Areas.
    Critically analyse and evaluate the relationship between tourism and development & illustrate your arguments with practical examples from a variety of destination areas. In order to be able to understand the relationship that exists between tourism and development, it is important primarily to un...
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  • Participation and Learning in Dss Development
    Participation and learning in DSS development Shaun G Coffey (shauncoffey@bigpond.com) Address to the 77th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Animal Science: Indianapolis, Indiana, July 23-25 1999 Introduction The topic I am going to discuss was not of my choosing, but suggested b...
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  • Career Development Plan
    Career Development Plan Summary In response to a directive by the County Manager this Career Development Plan is intended to provide information for employee development needed to fulfill five new job categories. The plan calls for an analysis of the new positions and to develop strategies to max...
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