The accepted wisdom on colonialism by many historians is that the liberal democracies who had colonies (eg Britain and the USA) maintained generally good records with respect to the rule of law, civil liberties, political participation, open education, and economic opportunity. Both were willing to allow their colonies to become independent and had begun to prepare them for future independence before the Second World War began. A key factor was the concept of ‘self determination’ introduced by the League of Nations in 1919. Racism was still present, however...read more
This article primarily throws a glance at the essence of the non-competition clause in the French labor law. It does so by looking at the evolving jurisprudence on the requirements for the clause’s validity and their current application. Since the French had influenced the drafting process of Cambodia’s labor law, knowledge of the French jurisprudence may become useful when handling competition-related disputes in Cambodia in the future....read more
“Cambodia is a poor country.” This is a statement commonly heard amongst both residents and travelers in Cambodia. And, to a large extent, it is true: the average income in Cambodia as of 2015 was $1070 (as measured by per capita Gross National Income) (World Bank, 2016). But what does “being poor” mean?....read more
A Revenue Neutral Global Carbon Tax to Solve the Global Warming Problem∗
In this paper we want to make a limitation of global warming as it was agreed on the Copenhagen summit. Here we propose a revenue neutral global carbon tax as a possible solution. We will show that a carbon tax is superior to a cap and trade mechanism and that there are some chances that the majority of all countries would accept the proposal. It will become clear that it is easy to introduce such a carbon tax.
Keywords: Global warming, carbon tax, cap and trade.....read more
Corporate Social Responsibility: A conceptual analysis
The purpose of this article is to explain and create enlightenment on corporate social responsibility and creating shared value concepts. This article explains the definitions of corporate social responsibility, discusses the importance of corporate social responsibility, explains what can be done for firms to be seen as practicing their corporate social responsibility, gives examples of issues pertaining to corporate social responsibility, articulates the concept of creating shared value and culminates with conclusions on this area......read more
Running head: TURNING A GOOD BUSINESS SCHOOL TO A GREAT BUSINESS SCHOOL USING A BOOK CALLED FROM GOOD TO GREAT
Every school would like to be the best, but most schools or institutions lack the rudimentary know how. Hence, cannot figure out what they can do to be the best. Purpose: The purpose of this research paper is to propose ways that can be used to make a good school into a great school. By understanding the basis and actions proposed by Collins in his book “Good to Great”, any school can adopt approached and strategies that will ultimately make it great.....read more
Running head: CATS REVIVAL OF FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
The concept of how formative assessment has been pushed aside for generations is troubling in all areas of education, especially when students are learning solely in non-primary languages. The formative assessment process is a must for any truly significant learning to occur. Exploring the summative assessment, formative assessment, and Classroom Assessment will provide a better insight into lesson planning as well as see how easy it is to become trapped in old teaching styles. The newest teaching styles and theories embrace the formative assessment process and Classroom Assessment Techniques because they have ......read more
The paper aims to analyse organizational culture using Johnson, Scholes and Whittington’s Cultural Web. The paper also aims to analyse the usage of Cultural Web in understanding how firms can change their culture as well as how culture can affect chosen strategies...read more
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