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  • It is often lamented that academics, activists and practitioners engaged in corporate accountability and improving labour standards do not jointly reflect upon the subject of their work enough. Academics talk to practitioners when they want information and practitioners don’t often have the time to step back and reflect upon the efficacy of their strategies, except in planning meetings. This book arose out of a workshop held in December 2007 which aimed at creating a new space for reflection and collaboration.

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  • Around 2001, I learned of an exciting collaborative at the University of California at Santa Cruz, consisting of faculty, graduate students, and other food- and socialjustice- oriented researchers and activists who informally called themselves the “coffee mafi a.” The collaborative had an ambitious agenda.

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: Research Article Outage Probability versus Fairness Trade-off in Opportunistic Relay Selection with Outdated CSI

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  • Trade is an issue of growing importance that lies at the intersection of two of the biggest concerns facing the American people: the economy and foreign policy. Today, trade policy affects more issues on the U.S. political agenda than ever before; at the same time, the decisions Washington makes have a great impact on the United

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  • 1.1 Intellectual property, very broadly, means the legal rights which result from intellectual activity in the industrial, scientific, literary and artistic fields. Countries have laws to protect intellectual property for two main reasons. One is to give statutory expression to the moral and economic rights of creators in their creations and the rights of the public in access to those creations.

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  • For every exam it is important to calculate the amount of time you can spend on each section or question according to the number of marks it is worth. (Do the easy questions or sections first - this is helpful for calming nerves and establishing your concentration.) If your exam is all multiple choice, you may want to note where you should be after one hour and after two hours to ensure you aren't falling too far behind. It is important to work at a fairly quick pace; multiple choice exams are notorious for being long....

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  • Then work backwards on the overall margins to see what the range will need to be for your product to be competitive in the end market and pay for all the value chain functions between you and the consumer. Price margin examples have been provided for handicraft items, but note that other product lines – food, personal care products, etc. many have different margins. Shipping and warehouse costs tend to be consistent across products, since space is space for these functions. The exception is when climate controlled (e.g.

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  • You will need to decide upon your accounting date – that is, the date to which your accounts are drawn up. Enter the first day covered by the accounts in box 3.4 (or 8) and your accounting date in box 3.5 (or 9). You can choose any convenient date, for example, the anniversary of the date you began your business or , in a seasonal business, a date when trade is slack and stocks are low. You are entitled to change to a different date if you want to. However , whatever date you choose, you will find your tax is easier to work out if...

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  • Descriptive statistics – pictographs Pie charts and bar charts are examples of pictographs. Pie charts Pie charts can be used to highlight certain features of data contained in a report. For example, a report by the Office of Fair Trading on garage repair and servicing that was published in the year 2000 contained information which included that there were 16 000 independent garages, 6500 franchised ones, and 3800 Immediate Fit centres in the United Kingdom. This information can be made to have ...

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  • On-line privacy has emerged as one of the key—and most contentious—issues surrounding the continued evolution of the Internet. The World Wide Web requires the collection of certain data from individuals who visit web sites—such as Internet address—in order for the site to operate properly. However, collection of even this most basic data can be controversial because of the public's apprehension about what information is collected and how it could be used.

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  • The bandwidth demands made on any individual par- ticipant in each multicast tree are quite innocuous. For example, an RSS feed generating 4 KB/hour of updates will cause an interior tree node with 16 children to for- ward less than 20 bytes per second of outbound traffic. Due to the extremely low forwarding overhead, we be- lieve that the motivation for freeloading is very small. In the future, we expect richer content feeds, and con- sequently, the potential incentive for freeloading may increase.

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: Research Article Busy Bursts for Trading off Throughput and Fairness in Cellular OFDMA-TDD

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  • The evidence from the pooled data is simple and intuitive but is open to criticism because contemporaneous international stock returns are likely to be positively correlated. It is well known that cross-sectional correlation in returns can lead to understated estimates of standard error and inflated t-statistics (e.g., Bernard 1987). However, this concern is unlikely to be overly important in our setting for two reasons.

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  • In an earlier chapter you learned about accounting for “trading securities.” Recall that trading securities are investments that were made with the intent of reselling them in the very near future, hopefully at a profit. Such investments are considered highly liquid and are classified on the balance sheet as current assets. They are carried at fair market value, and the changes in value are measured and included in the operating income of each period.

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  • OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS AUSTRALIA Oxford New York Athens Auckland Bangkok Bombay Calcutta C.

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  • This book discusses interdisciplinary views of understanding and conceptualizing the changing global economy, by emphasizing a specific spatial perspective that mirrors unequal economic development, and selective specialization and growth processes.

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  • CHAPTER TWO REFINEMENTS IN VOLUME SPREAD ANALYSIS. Volume Surges in Related Markets. If you are an experienced marketmaker or floor trader, you can read the market as it flows along fairly well. As soon as you see either strength or weakness appearing in the cash markets you are immediately thinking of trading the option markets to cover positions or to improve your trading position.

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  • This is a political history of Labour's use of the tax system from 1906 to 1979: an epilogue brings the story up to the present, surveying New Labour's tax policies and dilemmas. Richard Whiting's broad-ranging, lucid and readable study examines how Labour used tax to further its political aims of funding welfare, managing the economy, promoting fairness and achieving greater equality.

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  • This is a political history of Labour's use of the tax system from 1906 to 1979: an epilogue brings the story up to the present, surveying New Labour's tax policies and dilemmas. Richard Whiting's broad-ranging, lucid and readable study examines how Labour used tax to further its political aims of funding welfare, managing the economy, promoting fairness and achieving greater equality.

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  • USER APPLICATIONS VERTICAL VERSUS HORIZONTAL The trade press is rife with conventional wisdom reports on vertical versus horizontal markets. ARDIS is “known” to focus only on the verticals because of its “heritage and infrastructure limitations”1 or its “genetic” differences.2 BSWD is thought to focus only on horizontals. In reality, during 1996 roughly 90% of BSWD’s revenues came from vertical applications.3 CDPD carriers work for the horizontal market with credit card processing4 or Smartphone plans, but sell in the verticals, especially public safety.

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