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    4.1. Political Political factors deal with the degree of which the government can control and influence a business. Restaurants are affected by the same factors that affect other businesses such as tax rates and labour laws specific to that country. Ireland is a politically stable country and a parliamentary representative democratic republic. The taxation system in Ireland contains many incentives used in attracting overseas Investment, some of which make it easier to do business here; e.g.…

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    Jabwood Case Study

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    available. Competition is also a factor. It constantly puts pressure on the company to lower the manufacture costs and increase the production efficiency. In more practical words, this means cheaper: initial capital, natural resources, and human labour. The above-mentioned theory is relevant for the case of Jabwood because the international investment theory rests on the idea of ‘mobility of capital’. That is what Jabwood has to decide – whether to move its capital and what part of it…

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    has intensified the domestic and foreign competition (Jiang and Beamish, 2011). As Peng (2014:36) states, ‘competitors of a similar size, market influence and product offerings’ often compete intensely with one another. This, together with rising labour and raw materials cost, has caused profit margins to decrease for many of the small, locally-owned manufacturers in Liuyang. The fact that designs are easily copied with no legal consequences, also lowers the selling cost and reduces profit…

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    macro-environment. These factors include political, economic, social, technological, environmental and legal factors. According to Kotler (1998), PESTLE analysis is an effective vital tool that is used in understanding the markets increase or downturn, organisation position, control and direction for their operations. These factors affect large companies like Tesco, Apple, Amazon, Honda, Primark, Mc Donald etc. PESTEL MODEL TEMPLATE POLITICAL ECONOMIC SOCIAL TECHNOLOGY LEGAL ENVIRONMENT…

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    Gary Becker Research Paper

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    Illinois. He was a major economist that received the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1993 for his work in widening the field of microeconomic study to include a increased range of human actions including non trade behaviour . I will discuss briefly his life and how it contributed to his work. Additionally I will aim to discuss his three main contributions to economics. And lastly I will discuss his other contributions to economics. Because he was born in a mining town then later growing up in…

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    Augmented Solow Case Study

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    failed to categorically identify human capital. For that reason, the augmented Solow model was proposed by Mankiw, Romer and Weil in a Publication titled “A Contribution to the Empirics of Economic Growth” 1992. The rationale behind the inclusion of human capital in the model is based on the heterogeneity of labour in the production process of various economies depending their quality of education and skills acquired. This adjustment expedites the applicability of the model and thus, the…

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    Noted that taxation can be effective for enhancing or improving economic growth performance, it is a critical issue that needs to be considered nationally and internationally. The economic growth of our country is determined by the effect that taxation has upon economic decisions, in other words it is the mother head. After a research done I understood that the higher the tax revenues are paid by both individual and corporates reduces investments’ rates and increases jobs. More money is invested…

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    of the reality faced by individuals in the Global South within the context of a neoliberal economic paradigm. The concept of the invisible hand refers to the logic of the free-market, espoused by Adam Smith, which posits that there is an invisible hand in a free market framework that ensures the most effective and socially optimal allocation of resources. Despite the widespread acceptance of this economic theory, the reality faced by individuals especially in developing countries, does not…

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    leaders, was susceptible to adverse effects cause by the global credit crisis of 2009 (CAT, 2016). As such, the company’s exposure to risks associated with conducting business overseas were exacerbated by deficiencies in the global financial market and economic slowdowns (Shapiro, 2014). For example, the company’s revenue figures started trending downward the first quarter in 2008 and dropped to their lowest point in the third quarter of 2009 (United States Securities and…

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    gravitates towards this natural price. The market price of goods may at times be higher or lower than the natural price and many other factors will affect the price, but over time, it will return back to the natural price, determined through the price of labour. He also believed that competition plays a crucial role in the determination…

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