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  • Sectoral Conflict And Foreign Economic Policy Analysis

    In his conducted reviews “Sectoral conflict and foreign economic policy”, Jeff Frieden examines the distinctive American domestic characters that played a major role on drafting the U.S foreign policy the period between the year of 1914 to 1940, he claims that the American foreign policy was a collective settlement that are pushed by two groups of bureaucratic actors that are clearly motived by contrastive economic interests. For example, he identified that despite the impressive enthusiasm that the U.S banks and corporation held, there are indeed other voices within the American political institutions that “had little interest in foreign affairs” and therefore afraid of foreign competitions and consequently opposed the export of American capitals: “The WWI was one with which we have nothing to do, whose cause cannot touch us.” He portrayed the U.S’s contradictory behaviors in the interwar period by investigating the origin of both groups’ fundamental desires that turned out to be the extremely uneven distribution of international economic interests, whereas “overseas assets were accumulated by a very concentrated set of economic actors.” The major money-center investment and comical banks were highly international because they were the representatives for the progressive technology industries, and that the WWI has satisfactorily strengthened the overseas economic interests enormously. Hence, they advocate for more political involvement by the United States in world affairs…

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  • Positives And Disadvantages Of Globalization

    societies are unified globally, through political, social, cultural and economic changes. The significance of this term for the International Monetary Fund (IMF), in summary, is that economic interdependence is increasing among all countries. This fact is caused by the increase in the variety and volume of transactions in goods and services, capital flows and rapid diffusion of technology. Globalization is not limited only to economic but a technological, social and cultural process on a large…

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  • Globalization And Poverty In Nigeria

    country-level examination of Nigeria is carried out. The Large-N analysis uses aggregate data to study the effect of globalization on poverty. The within-case analysis of Nigeria’s uses micro-level data to evaluate globalization’s influence on poverty. The unit of analysis is the country year. The sample size is 53 African countries, with a period from 2002 to 2012. The explanatory (independent) variable is globalization. The KOF Index on globalization conceptualized it as a “process that…

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  • Walkability Inequalities

    (2005) developed walkability index (WI) to measure the characteristics of the physical environment that contribute to walkable neighbourhood design. Leslie et al. (2007) adapted the WI to Australia. WI for these studies contains four main data components. The first component is residential density which is the number of residential units per particular areal unit within a neighbourhood. A high residential density value shows that more people live in the area. The second data component of the…

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  • Observational Study Methods

    The study design of the Evans study was based upon the use of both direct interview and observational study methods. For the direct interview methods, social demographic data, medical variables, employment status, and subjective indicators were obtained via personal interview Interviewers were trained during a three-day training session to ensure uniform interview processes. Completed interviews were obtained from 90% of eligible patients (Evans et al, 1985). The responses to these interview…

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  • Globalization In Nigeria Case Study

    Economic Globalization and Poverty: A Case Study in Nigeria. When Nigeria attained independence, more than 70 percent of its GDP came from agriculture and non-oil sectors of the economy. However, shortly after independence, Shell Petroleum discovered oil for the first time in a viable quantity in Nigeria. A decade later, petroleum products supplanted agriculture as the mainstay of Nigeria’s economy. In 2006, more than 80 percent of Nigeria’s revenue and expenditure were derived from proceeds…

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  • Pairwise Combination Strategy And Constraints Strategy

    Since CBPTT only accept integer, comma and x as constraint input. This input was converted to get the constraints information. Based on pizza ordering system, there were three constraints which is vegetarian cheese with roasted chicken, vegetarian cheese with ground beef and meat lover and mushroom. To convert this input into constraint input format, the index of each value must be known. Table 3.6 shows the index of each parameter value of pizza ordering system. Table 3.6 System index…

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  • Database Security

    In all businesses and organisations, Databases are used to store all the core activities/information and often when there a major changes or restructure of the business the first process of many businesses is to change their databases to realign with their goal which makes them a valuable asset to any organisation. (Margulies, Pfleeger, Pfleeger 2015). Databases stores and maintain data at one central location so users can easily access it whenever needed. Through the use of Queries, databases…

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  • Nt1330 Unit 6 Paper

    higher probability of turnover. Higher power distance index is correlated with lower probability of turnover, meaning CEO is more secure and is being challenged less. Long Term Orientation leads to a lower probability of turnover. Having a long term orientation decreases as it gives CEO more time to improve her performance and makes decisions that may have negative effects in short term and positive effects in long term on firm’s performance. Being in a civil law country decreases the…

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  • Poverty And Inequality Research Paper

    INTRODUCTION “What is globalization?” and “what are its negative effects” are the questions which we should begin with. There are numerous definitions pertaining to globalization; Merriam Webster’s dictionary defines globalization as “the act or process of globalizing: the state of being globalized; especially: the development of an increasingly integrated global economy marked especially by free trade, free flow of capital, and the tapping of cheaper foreign labor markets.”(Merriam Webster)…

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