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    the rules in favor of employers. The relations of unions with the organizations are generally estranged. Indian rules are comparatively very less efficient and non-protective in securing the rights of the workers. Workers are often exploited by the employers and organizations in terms of wages, working hours, working conditions, hiring and firing of workers, etc., which is not a common case in Canada. Unions in India are not as effective as in Canada and politicians and high capitalist employers snub the rights of the workers for their own benefits. Large educated unemployed population of India has also weakened the unions, as there is no shortage of workers for the employers, thus effectiveness of the unions is reduced. Large scale privatization has led to hiring of seasonal or contract workers and firing of permanent workers. This has led to increased unemployment and weakening of unions. Overall, Canadian labor laws are more effective, efficient and in-practice as compared to Indian labor laws. Worker unions of Canada are far more strong than that of India and Canadian workers generally enjoy their full rights as per law and are not exploited as is the case with Indian workers. (Datt, 2008) Possible Solutions To The Issue “Every problem has a solution” (therisingcontinent.com, 2012) Though this issue is not as serious as issues of unions of India but this issue is an important in context of Canada which is famous for worker unions and balanced laws for workers and unions.…

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    NPM was result of anti-public sector promotions. Jackson said 2 things gave rise to NPM, the first being the libertarian ideology (laissez-faire, power to the people .. Thatcher) and the second being the Left ideas and peoples demand for the providers of public services to be held more accountable. Therefore, NPM characteristics included a higher focus on output as opposed to being too heavily focused on administering input, i.e concentration on performance. Highlights competition for customer…

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    Privatization Of Prisons

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    The states and federal government are struggling to budget all of their money so they are looking to save money by privatizing the prisons. By privatizing the prisons the government will be saving money by not having to take care of all the inmates in the prison. But the responsibility of taking care of the inmates would be transferred from the government to the companies that are running the private prisons. This looks like a simple way of cutting costs but at what expense. “Accountability is…

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    politically unfeasible. A partial privatization of social security would solve many problems and maintain the basic structure of social security. This would “allow workers to manage their own retirement funds through personal investment accounts (Zogby, Bonacci, Bruce, Daley, & Whittman, 2003, p. 3) chosen from a “large list of funds approved by the government” (Feldstein, 2011). Privatization of social security will allow individuals to transfer the 6.2% social security tax they’re already…

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    Since 1948, Myanmar has already established anti-corruption laws related to building integrity, but these laws have rarely been enforced and there has been any effective prosecution for the abuse of office (Chêne, 2012). When the civilian government came to office, it has undertaken significant legislative reforms including requiring all government officials to publicly declare their assets (Morrell, 2012). The 2008 Constitution also requires that the government submit the draft budget to the…

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    Private Health Care System

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    treatment. There are not only disadvantages to privatizing health care; they outweigh the importance of the advantages and how many people are actually helped by these. Cost of Treatment In Canada, health care is seen, by most, as a constitutional right. This means that everyone has equal access to health care, regardless of their financial situation or other reasons (DeCoster and Brownell 299). By making a shift towards privatization of the health care system, Canada will suffer as a whole.…

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    For example, during the 1982 recession, the gross domestic product dropped by 14.1%, which resulted in the overvaluation of their currency, making the currency more vulnerable to the volatility of the international economy. These changes led to a decrease in capital, which, in return, made financing investments nearly impossible. This led to an increase in unemployment by 23% and a decrease in salaries and wages by over 10%. (Buc 10) This success has been achieved through the application of…

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    Neoliberalism stated that free markets had more stability than Keynesianism described, because the risks in market can be predicted in advance and prices will always objectively reflect possibilities. However, Keynesianism believed that government intervention will stable the economy. According to this article, the author agrees that Keynesianism is better than neoliberalism in spite of some weaknesses. I am convinced by her claim that government intervention will more stable than free market…

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    What is Privatization? There are many definitions that you can find for privatization, and there are many positive and negative emotions that this word brings about. Parents, students, and especially educators are blinded to the impact of what privatization can have on the education of our society. According to Merriam-Webster, the definition is to remove (something) from government control and place it in private control or ownership. In other words change the ownership from public to…

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    Atacama In Chile

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    water supply. In recent years, the privatization of water has kept prices unreasonably high, exhibited poor service, and done little to address the impact of an insufficient supply in the future. While commodification and privatization of Chile’s water began under the dictatorship of General Pinochet in 1981, the nation continued to support water’s privatization after the return to democracy in 1990. Currently, one company, Aguas Andinas, has created a monopoly in Santiago’s water market. This…

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