2011 Japan Earthquake and Tsunami: Ethical, Legal, and Political Implications

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   On March 11, 2011, a massive tsunami caused by a 9.0-magnitude megathrust earthquake off the coast of Japan devastated coastal communities and triggered a nuclear reactor meltdown. Japan is no stranger to earthquakes (Samuels, 2013). It lies near the Pacific tectonic plate and on the intersection of the Eurasian, Philippine, and North American…

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Ackerman’s Neoliberal Argument on the Causes of Corruption

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Critically evaluate the following statement by Susan Rose-Ackerman (1996):   ‘The level of corruption is a function of the honesty and integrity of both public officials and private individuals. With these factors held constant, the size and incidence of bribe payments are determined by the overall level of benefits available, the riskiness of…

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A company operating

A multinational sometimes known as transnational, is a company operating out of its origin country which involves one or more countries. Multinational corporations growth in alliances, joint ventures and mergers and acquisitions, but this will cause consumers to recognize the brand, rather the parent company. Shell, Caltex, ExxonMobil, Nokia, McDonalds, Toyota, Nestle, Sony, Microsoft corporations…

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A Comparative Analysis of the Secessions of Iceland and Norway

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   The nature of secessions and the measure of their eventual success is heavily dependent on context and the political climate from which they emerge. Academics such as J. R. Wood have developed the study of secessions into a complex set of theories and frameworks through which this political phenomenon may be explained, and…

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Analysis of Brotherton’s Theories of Hospitality

Introduction: Brotherton Brotherton investigates the issues lying at the depth of what professional scholars and experts convey; it is indirectly addressed to being good neighbours and its administration. It basically audits the definitions and points of view on these basic issues referred in the modern day accommodation, a clear perspective of what “accommodation handling” potrays.…

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Analysis of Indonesia’s GDP and Food Production Industry

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   FOOD PRODUCTION: QUESTIONING DEVELOPMENT Tea plantation in Indonesia gives the strength to the country’s capita. As Indonesia is a developing country, the farmer’s family does not have sufficient nutrition for their family so the life expectancy and income is low. Moreover, the tea export to foreign countries can increase the income of Indonesia,…

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Analysis of Uganda’s Decentralization Programme

Choose a particular development policy or intervention in Uganda that you have touched upon during your pathway lecutorials and discuss what are the key factors that will determine whether this policy or intervention will successfully achieve its development aims? You should draw on the relevant theoretical and country-specific literature to construct your argument. Introduction Since…

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Annotated Bibliography: Should Korea be Unified?

Working Thesis: Korean should not unify to reduce the challenges of costliness and complexity. Lee, Ji-Young, 3. “5 Things to Know about North and South Korea.” The Conservation, Credo Reference, 7 May 2017, search.credoreference.com/content/entry/conversqauq/5_things_to_know_about_north_and_south_korea/0. Accessed 31 Oct. 2018. This informational article was updated on July 5, 2017, by Ji Young Lee, who is an Assistant Professor…

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Beyond Borders: Stories of Yunnanese Chinese Migrants of Burma (Book Review)

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Chang, W. (2015). Beyond borders: Stories of Yunnanese Chinese migrants of Burma. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. There has been a recent increase in the demand for literature studying ethnic Chinese societies in different host countries. In response to this call for research, Dr. Wen-Chin Chang explores the lived experiences of Yunnanese Chinese Migrants of…

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Bribery in international

BRIBERY IN INTERNATIONAL MARKETING Bribery in international markets is a fact of life that can lead to astonishment, bewilderment and misunderstanding for expatriates, at both organizational and personal levels. This article examines bribery from two viewpoints and tries to develop procedures to bridge them. The first viewpoint is relativist, accepting that different cultures have different…

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Business Analytics and China’s Social Credit System

Business Analytics and China’s Social Credit System Business Analytics is one of the fastest growing markets in the world; businesses are constantly expanding their digital usage and are capable of accurately measuring aspects of operations in real-time. Collecting large amounts of data gives thousands of companies the ability to gather customer demographics and preferences used…

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Comparison of Forced Migration and Voluntary Migration

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Forced migration vs. voluntary migration Forced Migration:   –          The Mixing Room Exhibition: Afghans Flee the Taliban takeover. Factors contributing to departure from Afghanistan:   “For the majority of people in war-torn countries, the reality is that life is indeed nasty, brutish and short.”[1] States Abbas Nazaari.[2] Iran and Pakistan stopped registering new Afghan refugees in…

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Concessions of Multinational Mining Companies in Ghana

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Dealing with Galamsey and Small-scale Mining on Concessions of Multinational Mining Companies in Ghana: “a Compromise or Confrontation” About This Study This paper tries to look at the composition of Ghana’s mining industry which is made up of two sectors which are the galamsey and small-scale mining and the Large-Scale mining sectors. In…

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Consequences of Globalization on Society and the Economy

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Globalization is a phenomenon that has taken over the world. New advances are being made to service the growing population. This has been a major adjustment to economic, political, and cultural areas in the world since the 1960s and 1970s; such issues include the rise of governing bodies to regulate political conflicts, world…

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Construction of Shingkhar-Gorgan Road in Eastern Bhutan

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Construction of Shingkhar-Gorgan Road in Eastern Bhutan  Construction of Shingkhar-Gorgan Road in Eastern Bhutan (A case study on the problem of dirty hands in politics) Executive Summary Bhutan became constitutional democracy in July 2008 almost after a century rule by the monarch since 1907. It was during their political campaign; the party began…

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Corporate Governance Systems in BRIC Economies to Encourage Foreign Investment

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Which of the BRIC economies has the corporate-governance system that is most likely to encourage foreign investment? Corporate governance, since the 1998 Asian financial crisis, has recently become a mainstream and scholarly concern with relation to the importance of the economic development and well-being of emerging economies. It is generally regarded by academics…

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Corporate Social Responsibility Case Study: Sainsburys

Introduction The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility means that organization have moral, ethical, and generous responsibility in addition to their responsibility to earn a fear return to investors and comply with law. CSR is a concept whereby organizations is consider the interest of society by taking the responsibility for the impact of their activities on…

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Corruption in Peru Over Time and the Peruvian Oppressive Structure

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Introduction   Peru is a country with an estimated amount of 32.17 million people, near Bolivia and Ecuador.[1] Its beautiful beaches and a historic temple dating back to the Inca Empire from 1438-1532.[2] Seeing the population with 32.17 million to see that 46% of the population are indigenous with no education, poor homes, and no…

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Country Profile of Israel: Politics, Legal Structure and CSO Funding

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   SUMMARY: Established in 1948 as a socialist state, Israel was created as a home for the diasporic Jewish community following WWII. Today, it functions parliamentary democracy. Although Israel does not have an official constitution, a series of Basic Laws were passed, many of which function to protect “human dignity and liberty”. Get Help…

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Creation of Transnational Communities from International Migration

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Whilst social scientists had been long ‘constrained by the closed models of “structural functionalism”’ ( Radcliffe Brown 1952) and ‘social system’, the static nature of these models only permitted them to treat each society ‘as a discrete and bounded entity with its own separate economy, culture, and historical trajectory’(Glick Schiller, Basch, and Szanton-Blanc…

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Current phase of economic growth in singapore nitin raj

CURRENT PHASE OF ECONOMIC GROWTH IN SINGAPORE NITIN RAJ Introduction The international economy has experienced fundamental changes during last two or so decades. Economic activity is becoming not only more internationalised but also meaningfully, it is becoming globalised in a world of complexity, interconnectedness and mobility. Today we live in a rapidly changing and increasing…

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Current Situation in Bangladesh in Terms of ‘Women’s Empowerment’

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Ccurrent situation in Bangladesh in terms of ‘women’s empowerment’ Bangladeshi women are at a disadvantage as they face barriers in all aspects of their lives. The disadvantage is noticeable, for example, in terms of medical services, economic opportunities, political participation and property management. At present, various programs are being implemented in Bangladesh for…

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Dehumanization and Criminalization of the Undocumented Worker in the US

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   “Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses … Unless They are From Mexico”    The Dehumanization and Criminalization of the Undocumented Worker in the Land of Liberty   Abstract “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the…

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