Business and Economics

Marxist and Liberal Theories on Property

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 4197

Citation Style: MLA

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I. Introduction Property can be largely termed as any physical or intangible asset owned by an individual in solitude or in a collective manner.

II. Marxist Theory on Property The Marxist theory understands the evolution and development of property through society’s level of materialism.

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III. Liberal View of Property The existence of government is motivated by the goal of protecting personal security and property.

IV. Conclusion The success of property in creating social order rests in its production and safeguard.

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The Role of Markets and the State in Different Approaches to Understanding a Capitalist Economy

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 4145

Citation Style: MLA

Introduction

Boltanski & Chiapello in their book “The New Spirit of Capitalism” (page 47) note that wealth created by one person is wealth to the society in general. They are of the opinion that if theft is not used, then an individual should be left to accumulate wealth. This is the trend that the world has taken.

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On the one hand the world is changing radically in production of goods and services. Resources are limited and deserve to be utilized to their maximum to ensure that the world is able to feed its population. On the other hand, the increase in population is drastically and it calls for more innovations to maximize utility of natural and artificial resources available. "We affirm that criticism is a catalyst for changes in the spirit of capitalism. So capitalism needs its enemies, people who have a strong dislike for it and who want to wage war against it" (Boltanski & Chiapello 485-501). Capitalism is an economic policy / tool used by the government aimed at minimal participation in production but allowing private people to compete freely. In a fully capitalism economy, the main role of the government is to facilitate trade and production through actions like provision of social needs in order to create a smooth road for good working environment. Energy sector is left to be controlled by the government while private sector in general is the one left to compete. The opposite of capitalism is socialism, totalitarianism, and communism. These are the types of economies where the government has a total control over each sphere of production and over all resources in a country. "In the end, most economists tend to agree with Wolf that developing countries gain more in terms of social progress and eradication of poverty when they engage more openly in international trade" (Vander n.p.). This paper looks into various issues associated with capitalism as guided by various headings.

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Analysis of the commonly used expatriate compensation strategies

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 2876

Citation Style: Harvard

Outline

I. Introduction

II. Key issues

III. Components of International Compensation A. Base salary
B. Equalization Benefits

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IV. Expatriate compensation strategies A. Indirect Monetary Compensation (Benefits)
B. Incentive compensation plan
C. Development of an incentive compensation plan

V. Conclusion

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Internal and External Factors Analysis of IKEA

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 3735

Citation Style: Harvard

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  1. Company's Overview
  2. Characteristics of IKEA
  3. Operations of IKEA
  4. Internal Factors Analysis
    • Strengths
    • Weaknesses
  5. External Factors Analysis
    • Opportunities
    • Threats
  6. Consumer behaviors influencing IKEA's marketing strategies
  7. IKEA Localisation of Global Market
  8. Conclusion
  9. Recommendations
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Cover letter for job (career success class)

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 578

Citation Style: MLA

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I. Introduction A. Application
B. Assistant/apprentice

II. Hairdressing career A. My profile
B. My vision

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III. Career goal A. Skills
B. Knowledge

IV. Conclusion

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Literature Review and Project Specification - Job Satisfaction And Employee Turnover

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 2051

Citation Style: Harvard

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I. Introduction A. This section will involve an introduction to the topic that is under study

II. Literature Review A. This will involve a review of the various literature and scholarly articles that exist on job satisfaction and employee turnover

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III. Aims and Objectives of the Study A. The objectives of the study that the researcher wants to achieve will be discussed under this section.
B. The research questions for the study will also be identified.

IV. Research Methodology A. This will involve identifying a suitable research method that will be used for the study as well as determining the potential respondents of the study.

V. Limitations of the Study A. Any difficulties which may be foreseen and which may affect the success of the project and the way for these problems to be mitigated.

VI. Conclusion A. A review of the study’s findings and discussions

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Financial Reform Ethics

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 2756

Citation Style: MLA

Contents

I. Introduction

II. Historical Background of the Legislation

III. Political Effects of the Legislation

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IV. Social and Ethical Effects of the Legislation on Business

V. Conclusion

VI. Works Cited

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International Business Law

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 3113

Citation Style: Harvard

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I. Possible legal actions of Chin Wah A. Metorex
B. The Korean Development Bank

II. Carriage contract and possible legal actions of Chin Wah A. The carrier ALABMA
B. Place of arbitrage

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III. Alleged violation of copyright law A. The first scenario
B. The second scenario

IV. References

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Role of HRM in Career Management

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 3850

Citation Style: Harvard

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I. Introduction

II. How careers have changed

III. Extent to which HRM should be part of career management

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IV. Practical things that HRM can do in career management

V. Conclusion

VI. References

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The Growing Influence of the Transnational Cooperations and the Rise of the Transnational Corporate Class

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 2396

Citation Style: APA

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I. Introduction A. Overview of transnational corporations

II. Domination in the Developing Nations A. Foreign direct investment (FDI)

III. Strategies and Political Affiliation of TNCs A. Political project

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IV. TNCs and Globalization A. Business coalitions
B. Mergers and acquisitions

V. Transnational Corporate Class (TCC) A. Transnational capitalists
B. Corporate colonization

VI. Conclusion

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Rhetorical Analysis of a Visual Document

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 987

Citation Style: MLA

Introduction

In this paper we will analyze trade mark Michelin, its new product and will talk about the effectiveness of the advertising campaign. Michelin is considered to be one of the leading tire manufacturing companies in the world. There is no doubt that this market is quite competitive and in order for a company like Michelin to stay on top, it is important not only to produce high quality tires but to create an appeal for its products, using such marketing technology as advertising.

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Recently the Michelin company introduced its brand new tires called Pilot Super Sport. These ultra-high-performance tires were designed to let the drivers feel the difference in their driving experience and improve the position in the world. The ads can be found in a number of magazines and billboards all over the world. The advertisement like the one presented for this analysis must bear in mind the target audience that shall either consume the products from Michelin company or competitors that produce similar products.

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Apple Business Analysis

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 2413

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Introduction

Apple Inc has been a landmark computer manufacture for about 30 years. The company has emerged as one of the well established and highly recognized corporations in computer industry and other IT related solutions (Mcgirt, 2011). The giant multinational company is mostly known for its famous iPhones, iPods as well as other products such as laptops and desktop computers. For a long time, Apple Inc. has been relentlessly attempting to maintain its sizeable market share notwithstanding myriad of both internal and external setbacks which have continually affected its overall performance. For instance, stiff competition from other players like Dell and Microsoft has been a great business challenge for the company. In addition, the company has not eluded the aftermath of recent global recession which has been felt by the majority of business organizations dealing in both goods and services.

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Apple Inc. operates in a very dynamic business environment where technology is rapidly changing forcing all players in this industry to devise very effective strategies for survival. Indeed, there is no single company in manufacture of computers that has control over new technology. Therefore, they should adapt themselves quickly as the technology changes so the company remains relevant in the market. It is unfavorable that many companies in this industry are in state of dilemma on whether to invest in traditional models such as basic computers or fully engage in newer products such as iPhones and iPods. This paper, therefore, analyzes the strategies that have been put in place by Apple Inc. to survive tough economic times. The study also proposes some of the latent yet potential strategies that can be employed by the company to improve its future economic outlook and performance.

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Issues in Human Resource Management

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Subject: Business and economics

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Introduction

The importance of human resources has significantly increased in various organizations, all the more so in the contemporary business world that is characterized by a high level of competition. In every organisation, human resource plays a pivotal role in determining the success of an organisation. For instance, it influences the performance of non human resources in an organisation in one way or another. For example, the machines and other equipment are controlled by people so their performance is largely determined by the human resources who direct the production process.

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Besides, it is necessary to pay attention to the role of human resources while implementing innovations in an organization as change has become one of the main factors that are employed in promoting competitive advantage, and the effectiveness of any modification in an organization largely depends on people.

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The Organizational Purposes of Businesses

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 2451

Citation Style: Harvard

Marks & Spencer Organizational Responsibilities through Its CSR Policy

Marks & Spencer has been an ardent supporter of the community events, and it has generously donated financial and material resources to charitable organizations. To remove poverty in the poor countries, it has provided free food packets. Besides, the organization encourages environmental-friendly practices in its business operations by reducing, reusing, and recycling the available resources. There are separate garbage containers for collecting food residue, plastic products, paper products, and tin cans. By segregating the garbage into biodegradable and non-biodegradable waste products, the organization helps in making organic compost from biodegradable resources while recycling the non-biodegradable resources. Marks & Spencer also helps in fundraising for the underprivileged children. By providing cash to the poor, the underprivileged children, the disabled people, and the senior citizens, Marks & Spencer’s Corporation has been aptly performing its role as a responsible corporate citizen.

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Marks & Spencer as a corporate citizen is actively involved in building “green” parks which helps cushion the impact of damage to the environment, as well as send their employees to perform community service. All these improve the company’s image, ultimately improving their sales performance. Despite the ongoing recession, the company has been able to stay out of financial trouble because of being prudent. There is no excessive spending and all investment related to expansion on their retail units is ceased or at least scaled back.

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Capstone Project

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Subject: Business and economics

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Executive Summary

Wal-Mart Stores is a multinational company that operates retail stores in different set ups across the world. It operates more than 9667 retail units in 28 countries with an employment of 2.1 million associates. Wal-Mart is a leader in employment opportunities, corporate philanthropy as well as sustainability. Indeed, Fortune Magazine ranked it the most admired retail company in 2010 in the top ten (Wal-Mat Inc, 2011).

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Segments and products and services.

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. particularly operates retail stores from different parts of the world. There are three segments under which it operates. These includes Sam’s Club, Wal-Mart International and Wal-Mart U.S. Wal-Mart US segment reported 62.1% of the company’s net sales in 2011 fiscal year. This segment operates retail stores in Puerto Rico United States. It also operates online retail stores-Wal-Mart.com. Wal-Mart international segment operates retail stores in 14 countries. The segment reported 26.1% of the company’s net sales during 2011 fiscal year. The international segment manages restaurants and retail stores. “Sam’s club segment is engaged in membership warehouse clubs which operates in Puerto Rico and United States.” (Wal-Mart Inc, 2011, p. 5). Sam’s club also operates an online retail store, Samsclub.com. 11.8% of the net sales during 2011 fiscal year were generated by this particular segment (Company Reports, 2011).

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Analyzing Cowgirl Chocolates Case

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 2289

Citation Style: APA

Outline

I. Introduction

II. Strategies & Tactics for Marilyn

III. Conclusion

IV. Reference

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Assignment

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 1075

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Introduction

Investors rely on financial statements of a company to make decisions either to invest in the company or not to invest in it. If the company’s financial statements are manipulated to reflect a better position, the resultant effect is an increase in investors’ confidence which is reflected by general increase in demand of the company’s stocks. This in turn causes a sudden increase in prices of the company’s stocks.

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Payment Incentives

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Subject: Business and economics

Word count: 758

Citation Style: Harvard

Introduction

Pay incentive is a motivational feature that could be awarded in both monetary and non-monetary form and is used for the purposes of encouraging staff and employees to achieve the targets set in the workplace. As the business environment becomes more and more competitive, higher goals are being set for employees to meet and this creates the need for managers to come up with better and more fulfilling ways of encouraging the employees to meet the set targets. Human resource managers are constantly asking themselves what they will get by compensating employees for their performance. Payment incentives to employees come in many forms such as stock options, bonuses, extra training, performance shares, etc.

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