(BQ) Part 1 book "Strategic management and business policy" has contents: Basic concepts of strategic management, corporate governance, social responsibility and ethics in strategic management, environmental scanning and industry analysis, internal scanning - Organizational analysis,...and other contents.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Strategic management and business policy" has contents: Suggestions for case analysis, strategic issues in managing technology & innovation, strategic issues in entrepreneurial ventures & small businesses, strategic issues in not for profit organizations,...and other contents.
This edition continues the theme that runs throughout all 12 chapters: global environmental
sustainability. This strategic issue will become even more important in the years ahead, as all
of us struggle to deal with the consequences of climate change, global warming, and energy
availability. We continue to be the most comprehensive strategy book on the market, with
chapters ranging from corporate governance and social responsibility to competitive strategy,
functional strategy, and strategic alliances.
Lecture 7: Object oriented design. The main contents of this chapter include all of the following: Assigning responsibilities to objects, design principles (Expert doer, high cohesion, low coupling), business policies, class diagram.
Software Engineering - Lecture 7: Object Oriented Design trình bày về gán trách nhiệm cho các đối tượng, Design Principles, Business Policies, Class Diagram. Bài giảng phục vụ cho các bạn chuyên ngành Công nghệ thông tin.
E-business research is currently one of the most active research areas. With the rapid advancement in information technologies, e-business is growing in significance and is having a direct impact upon ways of doing business. As e-business becomes one of the most important areas in organizations, researchers and practitioners need to understand the implications of many technological and organizational changes taking place.
The world is near the bottom of a global recession that is causing widespread business
contraction, increases in unemployment, and shrinking government revenues. Although recent
data indicate the large industrialized economies may have reached bottom and are beginning to
recover, for the most part, unemployment is still rising. Numerous small banks and households
still face huge problems in restoring their balance sheets, and unemployment has combined with
sub-prime loans to keep home foreclosures at a high rate.
The field of macroeconomic theory has evolved rapidly over the last quarter
century. A quick glance at the discipline’s leading journals reveals that virtually
the entire academic profession has turned to interpreting macroeconomic
data with models that are based on microeconomic foundations. Unfortunately,
these models often require a relatively high degree of mathematical sophistication,
leaving them largely inaccessible to the interested lay person (students,
newspaper columnists, business economists, and policy makers).
In recent years, Viet Nam’s economy has benefited from its Government’s open-door policy. With a stable political environment and its economic potential, Viet Nam is an attractive destination for foreign investors.
Economics is an integral part of the curriculum for graduate and undergraduate
business programmes. Most MBA courses contain several economics modules, as
do professional courses in banking, insurance, actuarial science and information
technology. Economics for Business has been written to provide a considered, comprehensive,
yet accessible introduction to economics to accompany such courses.
What is Economics? Economics is not a natural science, i.e. it is not concerned with studying the physical world like chemistry, biology. Social sciences are connected with the study of people in society. It is not possible to conduct laboratory experiments, nor is it possible to fully unravel the process of human decisionmaking. “Economics is the study of how we the people engage ourselves in production, distribution and consumption of goods and services in a society.” Normative economics and Positive Economics: Normative economics refers to value judgments, e.g.
Theory and Policy
Paul R. Krugman
University of California, Berkeley
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In the surnmero f 1997, whent he Federal ReserveB anko f Bostons elected the topic for its fortysecond
annual economicc onference, manyp undits werea sking: "Is the business cycle dead, or
at least permanently dampened?"B y the time the Bank’s conference convenedi n June 1998,
the same pundits queried: "What caused the massive recessions in Asia?" and "Can the United
States remain ’an oasis of prosperity,’ as Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan termed it, while
economiesw orldwidea re under siege from financial crises?" Howq uickly things change!
BeyondS hocks:W hatC ausesB usiness Cycles ? t...
The ideal economic policy, both for today and tomorrow,
is very simple. Government should protect and defend
against domestic and foreign aggression the lives
and property of the persons under its jurisdiction, settle
disputes that arise, and leave the people otherwise free
to pursue their various goals and ends in life. This is a
radical idea in our interventionist age.
The McKinsey Global Institute (MGI), established in 1990, is McKinsey & Company’s
business and economics research arm. MGI’s mission is to help leaders in the
commercial, public, and social sectors develop a deeper understanding of the
evolution of the global economy and to provide a fact base that contributes to
decision making on critical management and policy issues.
A detailed empirical study of how small business owners finance their
enterprises, this volume compares the experiences of women with
those of men. The author redresses an over-reliance on subjective
and anecdotal evidence of discrimination in this area with a controlled
study of forty matched pairs of male/female owners, and their
strategies for raising finances.
The book finds considerable similarities between female and male
entrepreneurs in the type and amount of finance used in the business.
This publication was developed utilizing Carl D. Perkins Vocational Education Act
funds, PL98-524, administered by the High School Leadership Division of the California
Department of Education. The development and publication of this document was
supported in whole or in part by the U.S. Department of Education and the California
Department of Education. The opinions herein do not necessarily reflect the position or
the policy of the U.S. Department of Education or the California Department of
Education, and no official endorsement should be inferred....
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