Do Peers Influence Achievement In High School Economics? Evidence From Georgia’S Economics End Of Course Test, 2009 Kennesaw State University
Do Peers Influence Achievement In High School Economics? Evidence From Georgia’S Economics End Of Course Test, Benjamin Scafidi, Chris Clark, John Swinton
No abstract provided.
Leveraging E-Learning In Organisations: Challenges, Benefits And Models For Adoption, 2009 Selected Works
Leveraging E-Learning In Organisations: Challenges, Benefits And Models For Adoption, Ugo Digwo
Abstract This paper is an analytical review of the journey so far on e-Learning adoption by organisations, with a focus on identifying a model-based approach from existing research, and identifiable success factors. Every organisation needs to assess and identify where employee performance sits in their balanced scorecard in order to allocate sufficient resources, planning and strategy development for optimal success. This paper reviews the major trends in e-Learning for organisation while identifying critical elements that should be incorporated into every strategy framework or model developed. It discusses the need to adopt a pre-implementation analysis based on identifying organisational requirements, objectives ...
Relationship Banker: Eugene W. Stetson, Wall Street, And American Business, 1916-1959, 2009 Macalester College
Relationship Banker: Eugene W. Stetson, Wall Street, And American Business, 1916-1959, J. Peter Ferderer
J. Peter Ferderer
No abstract provided.
Bio-Gas Cylindering; Managing Process Of City Wastage With Business; Evidential Study From Bangladesh, 2009 University of Dhaka
Bio-Gas Cylindering; Managing Process Of City Wastage With Business; Evidential Study From Bangladesh, Asif Ahmed
Bio gas is one of large discussed phenomena of the modern “green world”. When whole world wants to control the emission of carbon, there are many proposals has been raised for it. In this regard bio-gas can be the best solution. It can be combination of waste management and energy generation. In this paper I have studied the prospects of bio-gas cylinder by using the wastage of city and give references of study done on the prospects of such business in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. In the first part of the paper I give an overview of such ...
Change In The Air, 2009 Syracuse University
Change In The Air, Rick Burton
The author reflects on changes in the sports sponsorship world. He points out the relevance of an orientation toward new media and the concept of doing things differently for sponsorship. He describes the case of basketball star LeBron James who revealed a secret pact with fellow superstars Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh to play together for the Miami Heat team. According to the author, James' decision led to a shift in the perceived balance of power from the team owners to the player. He notes the importance of a sponsorship alliance for researchers.
Armoede Te Huur. Ervaringsdeskundigheid Op Een Schoteltje., 2009 CESOC, Leuven University College
Armoede Te Huur. Ervaringsdeskundigheid Op Een Schoteltje., Birgit Goris, Wim Van Opstal
Wim Van Opstal
Het Europese jaar van de bestrijding van armoede en sociale uitsluiting, loopt op haar laatste benen. Het Belgische motto luidde: ‘De strijd tegen armoede is een zaak van iedereen’. Een uitspraak die wijst op de noodzaak van een brede maatschappelijke inzet en betrokkenheid van het beleid, de hulp- en dienstverlening, armen en niet-armen. Cijfers en onderzoek tonen aan dat één persoon op zeven in België onder de armoedegrens leeft, ondanks het vangnet van onze sociale bijstand en sociale zekerheid. Al verbergt het zich nog zo goed, armoede is ook in ons land een reëel probleem. De aanpak van dit probleem ...
Dynamic Extensions And Probabilistic Expansions Of The Sabr Model, 2009 Lund University
Dynamic Extensions And Probabilistic Expansions Of The Sabr Model, Karl Larsson
No abstract provided.
Internationalisation Of Italian Shoemaking Districts: Some Empirical Evidence From The Marche Region, Selena Aureli, Massimo Ciambotti, Federica Salvatori
Focusing on the Fermano-Maceratese shoemaking district as one of the most important industrial district in Italy, this study attempts to identify the strategic responses undertaken by district companies to face new competitive challenges derived from globalisation. Literature and professionals suggest that internationalisation on upstream and downstream markets is a necessary strategic path to pursue in order to preserve competitive advantages. However, it is not given that all district firms are able or willing to internationalise. Drawing from transaction cost theory, the Authors hypothesize that internalisation is positively correlated to the size of company as this strategy entails the externalisation of ...
Can Mutual Fund Managers Pick Stocks? Evidence From Their Trades Prior To Earnings Announcements, 2009 University of Oklahoma College of Law
Can Mutual Fund Managers Pick Stocks? Evidence From Their Trades Prior To Earnings Announcements, Lubomir Litov, Malcolm Baker, Jessica Wachter, Jeffrey Wurgler
Lubomir P. Litov
No abstract provided.
Strategic Revenue Recognition Around Earnings Benchmarks, 2009 Kennesaw State University
Strategic Revenue Recognition Around Earnings Benchmarks, Marcus Caylor
Marcus L Caylor
I examine whether managers use discretion in revenue recognition to avoid three earnings benchmarks. I find that managers use discretion in both accrued revenue (i.e., accounts receivable) and deferred revenue (i.e., advances from customers) to avoid negative earnings surprises, but find little evidence that discretion is used to avoid losses or earnings decreases. For a common sample of firms with both deferred revenue and accounts receivable, I find evidence that managers do not prefer to exercise discretion in either account. However, further tests show that managers preferred to use discretion in deferred revenue before the Sarbanes–Oxley Act ...
Management Accounting Knowledge, Culture, And Change In Today's Global Music Industry, 2009 Providence College
Management Accounting Knowledge, Culture, And Change In Today's Global Music Industry, Julia Camp, Peter Goodrich, Patrick Kelly
Julia M. Camp
In the past two decades, computer technology has shifted the knowledge capital from the major music producers first to smaller independent producers and finally to the artists themselves. No longer does the culture require artists to be beholden to the larger music studios and distribution networks. Internal costs shifts in high quality CD recording has made it possible for individual musicians to record their own CDs and distribute them via the world wide web. This cost shifting has placed great strain on the “music industry” (major record labels). Large music producers have had to recognize the competition from smaller firms ...
Teachers Podcast, 2009 University of South Florida
Teachers Podcast, Kathleen King
Kathleen P King
This site and its companion site provide over 200 hrs of on-demand digital audio faculty development (k-12 teachers as primary focus). Dr. Kathy King and Mark Gura have been producing and hosting The teachers Podcast (Fka as podcast for teachers) since 2005. Check out this informative and fun series which has garnered over 5 million downloads thus far.
Virtual Integration As A Predictor For Product Innovation: A Preliminary Insight, 2009 Universiti Utara Malaysia
Virtual Integration As A Predictor For Product Innovation: A Preliminary Insight, Geraldy Dadriyansyah, Amlus Ibrahim
The intense competition in manufacturing industry has forced manufacturing firms to switch their product development approach from traditional to concurrent engineering in order to stay competitive in term of product differentiation and innovation. In order to support concurrent engineering practice, both internal and external participants contributing to product development should be located into close proximity; therefore physical integration of team becomes the key enabler of concurrent engineering. However, as the paradigm has been shifted from adopting “centralized integrated product development”, physical integration is no longer efficient and should be replaced by virtual integration. This conceptual paper intends to explore ways ...
Globalization And Economic Integration: Winners And Losers In The Asia-Pacific, 2009 Selected Works
Globalization And Economic Integration: Winners And Losers In The Asia-Pacific
‘Noel Gaston and Ahmed M. Khalid’s volume offers fascinating insights on the development, causes, and consequences of globalization in the Asia-Pacific. The outstanding collection of articles combines theory with rigorous econometrics, making the book a must-read for every student of globalization. At a time where the global crisis gave new arguments to the critics of globalization, the questions raised in this book, and the answers given, are essential reading for academics and politicians alike.’ – Axel Dreher, University of Goettingen, Germany Given the importance of globalization in today’s world, this salutary and timely book explores how globalization is specifically ...
Strategic Information Systems Management, 2009 Glasgow Caledonian University
Strategic Information Systems Management, Kevin Grant, Ray Hackney, David Edgar
Professor David Edgar
Combining a rich blend of research, best practice and policy, Strategic Information Systems Management is the eagerly awaited new introduction to the interconnected world we live and work in. A top-ranked team of global experts combine both industrial and scholarly perspectives, bringing a wealth of experience to make this the complete introduction for 21st century business. This textbook is essential reading for all Information Systems modules with a strategic focus and for broader Strategic Management, Information Management and professional courses.
Has Ther Been Enough Scholarly Research Conducted Around The Paralympics?, 2009 Syracuse University
Has Ther Been Enough Scholarly Research Conducted Around The Paralympics?, Rick Burton
No abstract provided.
Organizational Behavior Evaluation Of Southwest Airlines, 2009 University of Florida
Organizational Behavior Evaluation Of Southwest Airlines, Ronald Dearinger
Ronald L Dearinger
The airline industry has been in the forefront of the economic and ecologic turmoil in which the United States and the world have been involved. This paper directs its concerns to the organizational behavior strategy practices of Southwest Airlines. Through an assessment of Southwest’s overall design approach (mission, strategic overview of the leadership, glance at the organizational structure, corporate culture and people systems), this paper will provide an evaluation of the short and long-term effectiveness of the strategy, and the impact on environmental, political, sociological, psychological and fiscal arenas on behavior. The ways in which Southwest illustrates theories of ...
Accounting For Contingencies, 2009 Fairfield University
Accounting For Contingencies, Dawn Massey, Cheri Mazza, Allen Schiff, Jonathan Schiff, Joan Van Hise
Accounting for Contingencies examines accounting for contingencies under both U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (U.S. GAAP) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). This Portfolio also distinguishes contingencies from other similar items not properly accounted for as contingencies. Its subject matter commands widespread interest given the litigious nature of the business world and the need for entities to disclose significant risks to their future operations, cash flows, and net worth. Accounting for Contingencies includes reporting of potential losses from litigation in process, environmental damage, and expenses related to uncollectible accounts receivable and product warranty costs. The primary source accounting ...
Analysis Of The Mission Statement Of The Commercial Banks Of Bangladesh, 2009 University of Dhaka
Analysis Of The Mission Statement Of The Commercial Banks Of Bangladesh, Asif Ahmed
The financial institutions, especially the commercial banks, play a pivotal roll in the country’s economy. In the Bangladesh there are 34 commercial banks in the market, 4 are state owned and 30 are privately owned. The objective of this paper is to analysis the mission statement of these banks to find out their commitment towards the country, society and their employees. In the first part of the paper I am scoring the mission statement of each bank by following specific criteria. And in the last part of the paper the details analysis of the score are provided.
Il Processo Di Prima Quotazione Dell'azienda: L'Ipo, 2009 Roma Tre University
Il Processo Di Prima Quotazione Dell'azienda: L'Ipo, Marco Tutino
No abstract provided.