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  • Interest Bearing Securities Case Study

    This essay, gives a brief knowledge about the techniques and tools of assets allocation and portfolio management of different types of securities. The essay also discuss about the risk attached to foreign issued money market and other relevant consideration to be taken wherever needed. Introduction: Investing in different assets is a risky and challenging task of finance market. It is generally practiced with the concept of how much risk an investor is willing to take. For example, is an…

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  • Case Study On Job Shop Scheduling

    CHAPTER1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introductory Remarks In this chapter, the scheduling problems, their concept and theirdifferent types are briefly covered.A brief introduction to the role of schedulingis given.Description of JobShop Scheduling Problem (JSSP)is presented with its practical complication.Types of schedulingand objectives of the study are summarized. Also, A brief introduction about the plan of the project is given.Research layout at the end of the chapter is presented. 1.2Scheduling…

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  • Garrett Hardin's The Tragedy Of Commons: Article Analysis

    Forty years ago, ecologist Garrett Hardin popularised an economic theory on the depletion of common resource with the release of his thesis titled The Tragedy of Commons (Hardin, 1968). The worlds then population was less than half what it is today, yet he recognised that "a finite world can support only a finite population” (Hardin, 1968, p.78). Despite the irrefutable logic of this analysis, Hardin’s work is widely condemned, both for its failure to place adequate weight on the detrimental…

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  • Effective Performance Management Process

    Performance management is used to ensure people are performing their jobs in the right way. In order to be effective, performance management must differentiate between more and less effective employees. The key to designing effective performance management processes is to clarify exactly what the process is expected to accomplish. Only then can companies make appropriate design decisions to ensure that performance management does what it is intended to do. If performance is defined…

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  • Dumarcay's Study

    In 832 AD, there was a political marriage between the two dynasties; Sri Kahulunan, a Sailendra queen married a Sanjaya King, known as Rakai Pikatan (Miksic 24). An inscription dated on 842 AD mentioned the allocation of money from a village by Sri Kahulunan to support ‘Bhumisambhara’ (Miksic 23). As mentioned earlier, ‘bhumisambhara’ is believed to be the origin name of Borobudur, which shows that the Queen still acknowledge the sanctuary’s construction at utmost…

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  • Organ Deliberation Ethics

    Deliberation Organ transplantation is a field of medicine where many ethical principles come to application. Here physicians are required to maintain patients rights through promoting equity and welfare in their practice. As organs are very valuable many guidelines are there to regulate the process of transplantation. The main aim of the guidelines is to benefit the recipient, without ignoring the donor health. Beneficence, the principle of doing good to others, is applied to promote patients…

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  • Promoting Health Care Essay

    The issues seen in capitalist medicine expected of any implementation of such system. When the allocation of research and drug development corresponds to financial incentives, the well-being of a country 's citizens is not kept in mind. Capitalist health care systems cannot fulfill the duty of government in a suitable manner owing to the nature of an…

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  • Google Human Resources Case Study

    Learnings & Developments There are several learnings that Google implemented in their HR practices. Shift to Data-Based People Management decision • Google realized that for a company that dominates its respective spectrum by its focus and implementation on continuous innovation, it has to shift to people management. • The current practices of HR was 20th century principles, and risk averse instincts • Google came up with a new system and termed it as ‘People’s Analytics’. • The bedrock of…

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  • The Importance Of Poverty

    The picture provided depicts the accepted impression that in America that the privileged youth of today are in destitution. Since the beginning of our nation, we repetitively have demonstrated that dwindling family income is a key determinant of pressure throughout social, emotional, and developmental problems. I believe I have experienced this phenomenon first hand but also challenge certain beliefs because although I was born and raised in a nice suburban neighborhood and attended a private…

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  • The Breakfast Club Film Analysis

    There are several films that help society understand certain sociological issues in the world. The Breakfast Club, being one of those films, touches on issues such as social stigma, conformity, informal social control and obedience. The movie touches on these issues in many ways, with several scenes that can be used as great examples. Social Stigma (1) is brought up several times throughout the movie. Social stigma is a label used to devalue members of certain social groups. These people…

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