• Agriculture and Economic Development in Brazil, 1960-1995
    Agriculture and Economic Development in Brazil, 1960-1995 Olukoya Ogen This paper attempts to emphasize the fact that the agricultural sector is the engine of growth in any developed economy. Specifically, the work limits itself to the important role of the agricultural sector in engendering sust...
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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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  • Staple Theory on Canadian Economic Development
    Canada's Ability to Upgrade in the 21st Century with Respect to the Staple Theory Gibril Sallah – 100283064 Abstract Canada is a extremely resourceful country and one of the largest exporters of natural resources worldwide. With the increase in technology and the increase in the deple...
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  • The Meaning of Colonialism: the Economic Development of Weaker Nations
    Introduction As defined ¡°The purpose of colonialism include economic exploitation of the colony¡¯s natural resources, creation of new markets for the colonizer, and extension of the colonizer¡¯s way of life beyond its national borders¡± ( ). This definition fails include creation economic...
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  • Economic Development
    Location Bangladesh is located in South Asia and shares borders with India to the west, the north and the east. To the southeast lies Burma. The southern shores are washed by the Bay of Bengal. Bangladesh occupies a fertile delta created by two of Asia's largest river systems, the Ganges and the...
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  • Was the National State Government a Positive or Negative Force in the Economic Development and Industrialization of Russia?
    During the early nineteenth century, Russia's population, resources, international diplomacy, and military forces made it one of the most powerful states in the world. It had vast natural resource endowments needed for modern industrialization, such as coal, iron, petroleum, timber, water-power, and...
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  • Cultural Reflections and the Role of Advertising in the Socio-Economic and National Development of Nigeria
    Few studies have examined the cultural reflections and the role of advertising in the national development of Nigerian or other African countries. This study, which explored the meaning of development, the debate on the role of culture and mass media on social modernization, African political econom...
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  • Ideology and Economic Development
    Neoclassical economics begins with the premises of private property and self-interest. Whatever the structure and distribution of property rights, it assumes the right of owners—whether as owners of land, means of production or the capacity to perform labor—to follow their self-interest. In short,...
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  • Increasing the U.S. Gas Tax 20% to Increase Natural Gas Supplies Will Boost Economic Development and Will Promote Environmental Protection,
    Proposal Increasing the U.S. gas tax 20% to increase natural gas supplies will boost economic development and will promote environmental protection, while ensuring more stable prices for natural gas customers. Most importantly, increasing natural gas supplies will give Americans what they want re...
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  • Role of Capital Market in the Development of a Nation
    Role of capital market in the context of development of nation What is Capital Market? Institutional arrangements for facilitating the borrowing and lending of long term funds. INVESTORS IN CAPITAL MARKET Role of capital market Capital Formation Economic Growth Development of backwa...
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  • Singapore's Economic Development
    Singapore is an island country located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. It lies 137 kilometers (85 mi) north of the equator, south of the Malaysian state of Johor and north of Indonesia's Riau Islands. At 707.1 km2 (273.0 sq mi), Singapore is one of three remaining true city-states in the...
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  • The 1976 Local Government Reform and Physical Planning Development in Nigeria
    THE 1976 LOCAL GOVERNMENT REFORM AND PHYSICAL PLANNING DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA S. A. Ifaturoti, Department of Estate Management, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Email: addyfax02@gmail.com Mobile Number: +234 706 270 9658 1.0 INTRODUCTION Local governments are an integral part...
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  • The Role of Foreign Financial Institutions in the Development of Financial Market in Vietnam and France
    The Role of Foreign Financial Institutions in the Development of Financial Market in Vietnam and France Table of Content i. Introduction ii. An overview of the finance market in Vietnam iii. Foreign financial institutions roles in Vietnam iv. Foreign financial institutions roles in Vietnam i...
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  • Role of Strategic Training and Development in Organizational Success
    Role of Strategic Training and Development in Organizational Success Dr. S.K.Prasad, Director, New Horizon Leadership Institute directornhli@newhorizonindia.edu Introduction By definition, training and development refers to the process to obtain or transfer knowledge, skills and abilities need...
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  • Apple's Role in Is Development
    Apple has become the "it" in technology all over again. The company that was on the brink of extinction just a few years ago has picked itself back up and is growing exponentially each year. Upper management and top officials have kept close to their beliefs for Apple and have been able to push the...
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  • The Role of Advertising in Marketing Communications
    THE ROLE OF ADVERTISING IN MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS Marketing communications: Marketing communications are the means by which firms attempt to inform, persuade, and remind consumers – directly or indirectly – about the products and brands that they sell. In a sense, marketing communications re...
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  • Impact of Special Economic Zones on Employment, Poverty and Human Development
    Working Paper No. 194 Impact of Special Economic Zones on Employment, Poverty and Human Development Aradhna Aggarwal May 2007 Contents Foreword........................................................................................................................i Abstract.....
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  • The Role of Stakeholders in Community Development
    Introduction Development, be it social, economic and/or environmental, has to be understood as an inherently political process of people claiming basic rights to manage the resources their lives depend on. In principle, everyone should be involved. Managing the inherent complexity requires a proces...
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  • Product Life Cycle and International Product Life Cycle Economic and Marketing Perspectives
    I. INTRODUCTION A review of literature in economics and marketing suggests that since Raymond Vernon published his article "International Investment and International Trade in the Product Cycle" in 1966,1 there has been a simultaneous development of literature pertaining to the 'product cycle' in...
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  • Economic Growth and Development
    {draw:frame} Introduction The world has been divided into developing, under-developed and developed countries. And the race has been always to move from under-developed to developed counties. But the confusion lies herein in this process of movement from the under-developed/developing countrie...
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