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Polymer Organic Light Emitting Diode Materials and Techniques
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...Organic Light Emitting Diode Materials and Techniques The study that was conducted is about the one ofthe most important technology in optics and optical engineering. This is the light technology that uses semi-conducting diodes referred to as LEDs or light-emitting diodes. The main focus is one of the types of LEDs which is the polymer organic light-emitting diode (POLED) or the polymer light-emitting diode (PLED). The objective of the research was achieved through the assimilation of the published reports and developments on the topic covered by the period starting from the year 1998 to the present year. The general characterization of the POLED is also undertaken including the main... Polymer...
Operating Principles of Light Emitting Diode (LED) and Liquid Crystal (LCD) Electronic Displays
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...Organic Light Emitting diodes are also used where a thin film of organic material is coated over the semiconductors. 3. Working process of LED LED is made of semiconductor materials which are responsible for the production of light of various colours. In case of a static diode, when no electric current is passed the P type and N type materials attract respective protons and electrons at the respective ends. A depletion zone is created which acts as an insulating platform as prevents the flow... Light Emitting Diode or LED is a semiconductor emitting narrow spectrum light upon introduction of electric currents in a forward direction. LED helps to save energy consumption by 75 to 85% and has a life span...
Advantages & Disadvantages of JavaScript
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...Advantages & Disadvantages of JavaScript Introduction: JavaScript is a dynamic form of computer language which is used in the purpose of programming. JavaScript has emerged as a leading language that has been used frequently because of its feasibility to target audience. JavaScript had reached a new level of popularity after its adoption from Microsoft as a diverse language for scripting on client side. Due to increment in programming presently, deeper effects of JavaScript has been highlighted regarding its advantages and disadvantages (Quigley, 2004, p. 1). Advantages & Disadvantages of JavaScript: In order to enhance the aspect of functions performed by any website, JavaScript is hugely...
advantages/disadvantages of online databases
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...ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Databases Total Number of Words: 1,384 Introduction Information available online is very broad and complex. Aside from the use of search engines, online databases is being widely used by the researchers in searching for peer reviewed journals and other related articles. In line with this, a literature review will be conducted to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using online databases. Literature Review Advantages of Online Databases Using online databases in search for a specific topic or article is very convenient and time saving (Vishala & Bhandi, 2009; Lim, Hsiung, & Hales, 2006; Sathe, Grady, & Giuse... Running head:...
Recommendation: its advantages and disadvantages
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of the Recommendations Every accounting principle applied in any business unit has its own advantages and disadvantages, and depreciation is no exception. However, most companies have realized that the advantages indeed outdo the disadvantages. Advantages Increased accuracy in accounting for business assets; though... ? Depreciation Depreciation has been defined by scholars as the process of allocating costs of tangible assets over periods which the asset has benefitted the company (Peterson, 2002, P. 95). With time, the long-term assets of a company become obsolete while some lose value due wear and tear effects. These factors will reduce the production capacity of the asset ...
Advantages and Disadvantages of EU
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...ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF EU European Union is a strong economic integration that brings various nations in Europe together. It is has gained much success but equally faces significant administration huddles. Some of the evident success that has come with EU is common currency. This means most of the member countries can transact across border in this currency. However, there has been divided opinion on the socio-economic gains of this economic integration entity. This can be addressed more easily by drawing the comparative analysis of the advantages and...
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF HOMOSEXUALS
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Homosexuals Homosexuality is a lifestyle that entails sexual or romantic attraction among persons of the same gender. Over decades, homosexuality has raised debate concerning its appropriateness and effects to the society. In such debates, proponents and opponents of each side illustrate the pros and cons respectively while demonstrating their positions, this paper seeks to highlight the advantages and disadvantages of homosexuality. Pros Statistics have shown that same-sex couples who are legally married have lower divorce rates compared to opposite-sex pairs. This can be attributed to the low number of same-sex marriages officiated annually owing to legal... ...
Advantages and Disadvantages of Monster
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...Advantages & Disadvantages of Monsters In mentioning monsters, most kids and adults alike would shake. A number of individuals have just encountered monsters from the films, which has resulted in most people asking whether such creatures exist. Well, the response is NO and YES. NO because certain monsters are as a result of human fancy, and YES because several monsters do exist past just the tag monster alone. All the same, there are those that are actually real. The challenge is determining whether they exist or not, and this requires firm subscription to the different available religious and/or spiritual beliefs. According to Shaw (p23), in Where...
advantages and disadvantages of internet
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...disadvantages of the Net, there seems to be numerous advantages as well. Actually, the advantages even prevail over the disadvantages. The most frequent thing the Internet is employed for is research. Kids as well as students are amongst the top individuals who make use of the Internet for research. Nowadays, it is almost necessary that students apply the Internet for their research. Entertainment happens to be another popular motive why many kids surf in to the Internet. Now we are able to communicate in a few seconds with a person who happens to be sitting or even working... Children making use of the Internet has turn into a big worry worldwide. A lot of parents do not recognize the dangers concerned...
Luxury e-commerce advantages & disadvantages
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...advantages and disadvantages) Luxury E-commerce (Advantages and Disadvantages) Introduction With the shifts in the modern world and its changing trends, there has been an influence in the human society and living. People living in highly modernized system has adopted many quick influences like e-commerce or luxury business (Okonkwo, 2007). This influence is from globalization which has brought changes in the lifestyle and in people’s buying and selling modes. Luxury is what stands out firm in this modern system; it is something which has centered people in between desires and modernism (Okonkwo, 2007). Though advancements like e-commerce or e-business has favored to an extent... ? Luxury E-commerce...
Advantages and disadvantages of outsourcing
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Outsourcing Table of Contents Introduction 3 2.Growing Importance of Outsourcing 4 3.Influence of Outsourcing 6 4.Benefits of Outsourcing 9 5.Risk and Disadvantages of Outsourcing 11 6.Conclusion 13 Reference 14 1. Introduction Outsourcing has become a major business in today’s world. Most of the big companies outsource their work which is not their core operation. To understand outsourcing one has to know what does outsourcing means. Outsourcing can be defined as contracting out a work which is not the core function of the business. Various functions of the business can be outsourced. The function which are...
Outsourcing: reasons, advantages and disadvantages
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Outsourcing Outsourcing has been... increasingly steadily globally and the future seems to boost outsourcing operations all the more. There have been various advantages and disadvantages offered by outsourcing for the overall global socio-economic scenario. On the positive side, outsourcing has enabled companies to avail the services offered by a large talent pool. This has enabled companies to achieve better quality of service. However it must be kept in mind that the bulk of global outsourcing operations are composed of support functions only. This is particularly true for operations that are outsourced to offshore locations....
Assistive Technology: Advantages and Disadvantages
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...disadvantages and issues with the adoption of such technologies. A presentation at University of North Carolina pointed out that assistive technologies are developed on the basis of generic needs of people with a specific impairment; such features may not cater to the individualistic needs of different people with disabilities. Another issue raised by this presentation that seemed challenging enough to be studied further was that it inhibits the development process of the skills of the children by making them dependent on (imperfect) technologies. 3. Research Questions and Hypothesis In the light of the above advantages... ? Assistive Technologies- Advantages and...
Psychoanalytic therapy advantages and disadvantages
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...light enough to remain aloft for a few hours and could be critical in reducing the effects felt when dealing with such particles. They are solids that may operate as liquids in some instances, something that can assist in understanding the real impact of these elements in the due course (Denman, & Brasseur, 2007). These aerosols are mainly synthetic, implying their inclusion of greenhouse gases that increase the rates of global warming at any particular time (Wild, Ohmura, & Makowski, 2007). The society should be warned that the trends taking place in the global front today are a result... Warming Vs. Global Dimming Global Warming Vs. Global Dimming In most of the instances, people believe that...
Luxury e-commerce advantages & disadvantages
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...advantages and disadvantages) Luxury E-commerce (Advantages and Disadvantages) Introduction With the shifts in the modern world and its changing trends, there has been an influence in the human society and living. People living in highly modernized system has adopted many quick influences like e-commerce or luxury business (Okonkwo, 2007). This influence is from globalization which has brought changes in the lifestyle and in people’s buying and selling modes. Luxury is what stands out firm in this modern system; it is something which has centered people in between desires and modernism (Okonkwo, 2007). Though advancements like e-commerce or e-business has favored to an extent... Luxury E-commerce...
Advantages and Disadvantages of Globalization
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...Advantages of globalization David, et al, (2005) identified that globalization developed international trade and companies. Due to increased interaction among nationalities, countries traded with one another with goods and services they have a comparative advantage (David, et al, 2005). In this perspective, a country sell commodities it have comparative advantage and import commodities it has comparative disadvantage. This led to the growth of home and foreign industries propelled by availability... Globalization al Affiliation Globalization Globalization is a term used to mean the opening of nationalistic and local perspectives (social, political, cultural and economic) to a broader stance of an...
Advantages of concurrent engineering over traditional engineering
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...Advantages of Concurrent Engineering over Traditional engineering in the State-of the-Art System Design Concurrent Engineering also referred to as Integrated Product Development (IPD) or Simultaneous Engineering refers to the process of integrating design and analysis, requirements, production planning, production and procurement, support of product manufacture as well as activities related to disposal in the initial stages of product development cycle (Douglas, 2009). It involves a new comparative design methodology that enhances productivity and results to better overall design. It is meant to make the developers put into consideration all necessary element... MECHATRONICS 369312 Mechatronics a)...
Advantages and Disadvantages of Conducting Business Offshore.
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...organization of relationships, which are created between the stakeholders of the business contrary to the commercial laws. Consequently, this is a significant way of reducing the level of administrative duties regarding financial statements and tax return, which are not submitted or entries made in the commercial register. Nevertheless, the main objective of the paper is to explore the advantages and disadvantages of conducting business offshore (Gitman and McDaniel 44). Advantages One of the advantages of conducting business offshore relates to the investor or owner protection due to anonymity... Finance and Accounting Advantages and Disadvantages of Conducting Business Offshore Introduction Offshore...
Advantages and Disadvantages of Making and Buying
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...Advantages And Disadvantages Of Making And Buying Both the outside resources and internal resources are very important for the development of a new system in an organization particularly when the combination that takes place is synergistic or turns out to be great. Internal resources include IT department analysts as well as other expert individuals, financial plan, and time line, hardware and software. On the other hand, external or exterior resources include information transfer to the internal IT department, need of the expertise or corporate mandate and springiness in terms of choice of functionality and timely provision (Stair & Reynolds, 2013). The paper outlines both the advantages... ...
Advantages and Disadvantages of the European Union
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of the European Union s 18 March Advantages and Disadvantages of the European Union Abstract The European Union is an International Organization that comprises of European countries that joined hands to form the alliance in an attempt to gain strength through unity as a block as well as facilitate free trade between member countries. The Union provides numerous benefits (advantages) to its members such as facilitation of a single market and currency for its members. However, the European Union has its downsides with the main demerits including a loss of sovereignty for member nations among others. The paper will provide a broader view of the major advantages... ...
advantages and disadvantages of using mail surveys
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...ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF USING MAIL SURVEYS Advantages and Disadvantages of using Mail Surveys School Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Mail Surveys A survey is mode of data collection from identified or pre-selected respondents for specific purposes. One of the survey methods available is mail survey. Mail survey uses a printed questionnaire where questions may be open- or close-ended. A close ended question can be answerable by simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’. This type of survey is structured wherein the same questions, grouped or categorized according to themes, are asked from respondents. Mail survey is appropriate to use when the target respondents comprise of individuals who... RUNNING HEAD:...
Advantages and Disadvantages of a Monopoly
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of monopolies Table of Contents Introduction …………………………………………………………………………………… 3 Characteristics of a monopoly ………………………………………………………………... 3 Advantages of a monopoly …………………………………………………………………… 4 Disadvantages of a monopoly.……………………………………………………………....… 6 Conclusions …………………………………………………………………………………… 9 References ……………………………………………………………………………………. 10 Introduction Market structures are depicts difference in conditions or characteristics of a given market, which interrelate to determine the degree of profitability and competition in a given market in the economy (Tragakes, 2011). Different market...
Advantages and Disadvantages of Power over Ethernet
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Power over Ethernet Introduction “In modern networking infrastructure, information technology (IT) and data center managers are seeking “green” alternatives for reducing the power consumed by Ethernet switch/router and server equipment” (Kleinerman and Feldman 2). This helps them create such products that are environment friendly and are cheap also. One such facility is power over Ethernet. The contemporary organizations can greatly benefit from the advantages of the integration of power over Ethernet in their designs of network. There are numerous benefits of power over Ethernet both from the standpoint of network efficiency and cost. Advantages Increased... ...
Advantages and disadvantages of the FairTax Act
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...Advantages and disadvantages of the Fair Tax Act Taxation can be defined as a process in which governments impose certain types of charges to corporate enterprises and citizens. It is through the money obtained through taxation that different governments are able to finance their expenditures incurred in providing services to the general citizens of the country. On this basis, different types of taxations are imposed depending on the target source. For instance, income taxes to individuals and corporate, gift taxes and social security taxes. On the other hand, the remittance of tax income on fair tax system is based on the point of purchase of goods and...
The advantages and disadvantages of robots
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...advantages of robots in this innovative and technological world. The report also includes the description of the disadvantages of robots. Finally a conclusion has been drawn in the report related to the research done... | Word Limit 1000 7/11 Assignment Topic: advantages of robots Candi number: Candi ment I hereby declare that this assignment is my own work and any use of materials from other sources has been referenced accordingly. Candidate Signature: Date: Tutor Statement I hereby confirm that this assignment, to the best of my knowledge, is the candidates own work and they have not collaborated in the production of this assignment with any other person. I also confirm that I have a record of this ...
Art of Negotiation - advantages and disadvantages
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...advantages and disadvantages It is essential to recognize that negotiations are necessary and useful for the solution of cooperation tasks of the enterprise. Business negotiations differ much from purely personal negotiations, because they should have a definite goal and certain structure. In order to make business negotiations structural and advantageous for the both parties, it is necessary to set clear goals, to achieve planned objectives, to provide convincing arguments. It is not allowed to be stubborn and deaf to the opinion of a partner: orders can’t be given during negotiations. It is essential to adequately represent your interests, to make propositions on the solution... Art of Negotiation -...
Advantages and Disadvantages of Multiculturalism in UK.
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...Advantages and disadvantages of multiculturalism in UK Introduction Multiculturalism is a highly debated all over the world at present because of the advantages and disadvantages it provides to a country. After 9/11, people all over the world started to look suspiciously at foreigners. America and Britain are two countries in which people from different countries and cultures are staying and working together. Some people argue that multiculturalism should be encouraged, especially in this globalized world, whereas others are of the view that it should not be encouraged because of the possibility of repetition of 9/11 like incidents. Brighton (2007) mentioned that “examining the history... of...
the advantages and disadvantages of federal government
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Federal Government Federal government is a political system that is based upon the principle of dividing the power and authorities between the central government and various regional governments. The power of the central and regional governments is decided through the written constitution that is supposed to explicitly define the power sharing arrangements between states and its units. There are some areas like provision of public health, domestic trade matters and licensing issues etc where the provincial or regional governments could take the decisions independently without waiting for the endorsement of the central government however, several other matters...
Advantages and Disadvantages of Going Public
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...advantages and disadvantages of going public Going public in business basically means that an organization would start selling its shares in the market and as the company sells its shares, the status of the company changes from privately held company to a publicly owned organization (Arnold, 2008). There are several complications that an organization has to face, however going public has several advantages and there have been many firms that have changed their status from a private company to a public company. Advantages for an organization for going public Although going public is an expensive process but there are several advantages. Some of the most important advantages for going public... ?Question...
The Advantages and Disadvantages of Free Trade
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...organizations such as the World Trade Organization, North American Free Trade Agreement, and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation were formed. Generally, the aim of these formations is to reduce tariffs and to abolish these ultimately in order to remove barriers to free trade. Globalization itself is an offspring of the free trade concept. The objective of globalization is to remove national borders and to have a world economy that is governed not by states but by the abstract laws of the market. However, free trade has been found to have serious flaws too. It may have advantages but its disadvantages are also just as significant. Because of this, the debate on whether it is really good... ?The Advantages...
advantages and disadvantages of undercover officers
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...Advantages and disadvantages of undercover officers Introduction “The world of undercover has expanded into all areas of criminal enterprise.  The criminal of today employs advanced technologies both in the commitment of the crime and in countermeasures to conceal that illegal activity.” (International Association of Undercover Officers) Undercover officer is a person who disguises his identity for the purposes of gaining the trust of an individual or organization to learn secret information. Most of these officers may be working for governmental secret agencies like Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) or Central Investigation Agency (CIA). The use of undercover... Running head: Undercover officers...
Advantages and disadvantages of private labels
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Private Labels (Product Development) Compared to National Brands in the Merchandise Assortment. A private label may be defined as a label that is unique to a specific retailer. According to Levy Weitz's definition in Retailing Environment, "Private-label brands, also called store brands, are products developed by a retailer and available for sale only from that retailer (2004)." There are many categories of private labels such as, store brands, store sub-brands, umbrella branding, individual brands and exclusive brands In order to fully discuss private labels, an original company, Macy's, has been used as an example in...
Advantages and Disadvantages of the Big Five
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of the Big Five Compared To Examining Specific Traits Advantages and Disadvantages of the Big Five Compared To Examining Specific Traits Understanding personality is complex and calls for application of certain models in getting an insight to personality. Some studies use specific traits to examine personality while others use the big five model to examine various personality traits. Indeed, many researchers and studies relied on the big five-factor model to carry out research on psychology studies in the recent past. As such, there have been questions to the use of the big five-factor model...
Advantages and disadvantages of on-line shopping
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...advantages and disadvantages of on-line shopping verses high street shopping is the issue of branding. This isa necessary issue to examine because branding might also influence if a person shops on-line or shops in the stores. Branding might cause a person to shop on-line because that person is looking for specific brands that might not be available in stores. On the other hand, branding might work to encourage people to shop high street shops, because these shops do a more effective job of branding then do on-line stores. Therefore, it is necessary to examine what branding is. Branding began with the modern age. Modern consumption is also driven by the choices... ?Another issue to examine, besides the...
Advantages and disadvantages of social networking sites
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...advantage for a large number of people throughout the world (Boise Public Library, “Tweeting Isn’t Just for the Birds”). In spite of several advantages that can be derived from the use of SNSs, there are a few disadvantages of SNSs that can create unwanted hindrance to people, business organizations and society at large. For an individual, the problem can arise from various aspects such as posting ‘private information’ can lead to stealing of identity. Sexual offenders as well as stalkers can create harm from such private information. False... ? Advantages and Disadvantages of Social Networking Sites Kandice Cortes Section CSIT-110-E04 04/11/12 Advantages and Disadvantages of Social Networking Sites...
the advantages and disadvantages about the internet
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of the Internet The Internet has its share of the advantages and disadvantages. Even though it is a very significant invention of the recent past, there are both the benefits and downsides of this technology tool. The advantages of Internet are that the online presence of people is made possible. Now they do not need to cover distances to meet one another and hence their virtual communication aspects look after such factors. Also Internet has helped in the collection of knowledge and information across a number of different platforms. Internet has played a huge role in taking...
Bio-remediation Advantages and Disadvantages assessment.
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...advantages as well as shortcomings as indicated in the table 1 below. Table 1 Advantages and Disadvantages of the Nutrient Enrichment Method Disadvantages Advantages Addition of nutrients could cause eutrophication leading to depletion of oxygen. No formation of algal blooms occurs. Some components of the fertilizer may be harmful to other marine organisms. Cases of adverse ecological effects are rare. Some of the products of bioremediation using nutrient enrichment may be harmful. The method is safer in comparison to other methods of conventional degradation. The increased growth and multiplication of the micro-organisms may cause an ecological imbalance... Bioremediation INTRODUCTION Bioremediation is ...
The advantages and disadvantages of the monster
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Monsters At the mention monster, many children and grownups alike would shudder. Many people have only encountered monsters from the cinemas. This has led to many people asking whether monsters exist. Well, the answer is yes and no. Yes because some monsters do exist beyond just the name monster alone. No, because some monsters are creations of human imagination. Even so, there are those that really exist. The challenge is that knowing that they exist may require one to subscribe to some religious beliefs. Of all the monsters said to exist, demons do exist. Demons are spirits that were formerly angels in heaven, but were...
Advantages and Disadvantages of International Economic Institutions
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of International Economic s Introduction: Global economic s aim to understand the dilemmas and opportunities faced by several economies of the world. Through their formal chain of command system and global applicability, these institutions facilitate economic actions that are aimed to achieve progress and development. Some of the key institutions in the world are WTO, IMF and World Bank (Mole) There are many economic institutions in the world. According to EDIRC there are currently 12,542 institutions in 231 countries and territories mentioned. Many of these economic institutions came into existence after the world war. They were basically founded to promote... s School...
Advantages and Disadvantages of Business Regulations
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Business Regulations Introduction A business may refer to an organization that is involved in trade of goods or services to consumers (Nijsen, 2009). Most businesses are privately run by individuals who are in quest of maximizing their resources or create wealth. However, in realizing their aims ought to comply with already devised regulations that govern respective enterprises either large or small scale for them to run smoothly. Most of these regulations range from health to security besides varying significantly among states though crystallized by the international ones. In most cases the...
the advantages and disadvantages of social media
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...advantages and disadvantages of social media Technological advancement has not only improved development through industrialization but also the social life. The invention of social media remains one idea that has been applauded for various reasons. On the other hand, some groups have also blamed social media for various ills developing in the community. In essence, social media remain a two-sided coin characterised by various advantages and disadvantages. The paper is a discussion of the merits and demerits of social media. Advantages Evidently, social media offer a platform for various advantages. To start with, it opens communication, hence promoting information delivery and discovery... Task: The...
Safety Awards Programs, Advantages and Disadvantages
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...light, it is necessary for any organization to understand and recognize the positive and negative attributes of such safety awards programs to determine whether the incentive scheme is obtaining the organizational goal. Several texts on safety and management provide well-examined data... ?Running head: SAFETY AWARDS PROGRAMS Critical Assessment of Safety Awards Programs and Number SAFETY AWARDS PROGRAMS 2 Critical Assessment of Safety Awards Programs Introduction Safety should always be the top priority of any organization. However, safety awards programs are faced with oppositions for reasons such as cost and effectiveness. One has to understand that an effective and solid safety program can save...
Advantages and disadvantages of E-learning
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of E-learning Advantages and Disadvantages of E-learning In the 1990s, rapid technological advances and internet usage led to the development of distance learning or e-learning. This form of learning differs from traditional learning methods because it uses telecommunication facilities and the internet to facilitate the courses. This paper seeks to analyze the advantages and disadvantages of E-learning. E-learning employs two main teaching methods depending on the institution and learning facilities present (IBM, 2010). The first is the Asynchronous learning...
Steel Construction: Weathering steel - advantages disadvantages
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...advantages and disadvantages of weathering steel, with special reference to its use as a construction material. Advantages: When the benefits of different metals are measured for use in structures and members exposed to weather, weathering steel shows a considerable edge over others on the basis of the following characteristic features. Beautiful natural color: Weathering steel attains the color of rust after some time of exposure to open air and under alternate cycles of drying and wetting. The beautiful rusty appearance of weathering steel is one... Weathering steel: Introduction: “Weathering steels or weather resistant (WR) steels are colloquial terms used to describe structural steels with improved...
Debt and Equity Financing - Advantages and Disadvantages
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...Advantages and Disadvantages. Retrieved from http://bizfinance.about.com/od/generalinformatio1/a/debtequityfin.htm Qfinance.com (2010). Gearing Ratios - Definition of Gearing Ratios. Retrieved from http://www.qfinance.com/dictionary/gearing-ratios... ? Financial Analysis of Marvel Toys Company Teacher Contents Executive Summary 2 Answer to part A 4 Financial Analysis 4 Answer to Part B 10 Conclusion 12 Bibliography 15 Executive Summary Ratio analysis is a very accurate and reliable tool when it comes to analyzing the financial outlook of an entity.1 The primary reason to conduct a ratio analysis is to quantify the results of the operations of a company and compare them with that of the prior year(s) in...
biochemistry (cardiovascular biomarkers the advantages and disadvantages)
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Biochemical Markers in Cardiovascular Disease Introduction Cardiovascular disease is the most common cause of morbidity in the world and the most common presentation is myocardial infarction (McPherson, 2010). It affects one in three Americans (Howie-Esquivel and White, 2008). While atherosclerosis is the most common and haunted cardiovascular disease, the most important manifestation is myocardial infarction. Prediction and determination of established cardiovascular disease has been a challenge to health professionals aiming for preventive strategies. While routine tests like lipid profile, blood pressure, blood sugar,...
BPMN advantages, disadvantages within system integration
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...Advantages And Disadvantages Business Process Modeling Notation is a representation used to specify business processes in graphical form in the business process model. There are several advantages of using the Business Process Modeling Notation in the business environment and also technically Advantages There are numerous advantages that are associated with Business Process Model and Notation. Business Process Modeling Notation offers a standard notation that is easy to understand for many individuals giving it that universal aspect in its use. The models that are used involve universal flowcharts that convey information at a glance. This aspect reduces... BPMN Within A System Integration Context:...
The advantages and disadvantages of electronic books
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...Advantages and Disadvantages The issue concerning the usage of electronic books has resulted to frenzy among publishers, librarians and users world over. Currently, publishers and librarians are coming to terms that e- books have gained much popularity than before (Anderson and Horney 486). In the beginning, the usage of e- books was disappointing however; this has changed over the years with the rebirth of new products and services that offers better presentation and access models. An example of these access models is the e- journals that are widely used as manuals or reference sources (Staiger 367). Furthermore, personal readers from Amazon and Sony have been... experiencing a breakthrough...
The advantages and disadvantages of robots
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...organizations or at specific site and this require time and financial output. Though it is said that robots can help the organizations to reduce hazards and improve safety of workers but still their very presence can also create other safety problems and this must be taken into consideration. This is also the disadvantage that robots require considerable human interaction as they cannot perform many scientific tasks independently. Thus it can be said that robots have several disadvantages also (Niku, 163). Conclusion From the analysis of the overall research done on the topic Robots it can be concluded that robots have several advantages and disadvantages. Robots can lead... | Word Limit 1000 7/11...
Advantages and Disadvantages of Wireless Networking
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...ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF WIRELESS NETWORKING Topic: Advantages and Disadvantages of Wireless Networking Lecturer: Date of Presentation: Introduction Networking refers to the interconnection of two or more computers and other communication devices with the purpose of sharing resources such as information, data, printers etc. There are two main classifications of networks which include wired and wireless networks (Freed, 2004). In wired networks, the communicating devices are connected to each other by the use of cables while in wireless networks, other forms of technology such as electromagnetic waves are used to facilitate communication without having to use cables to connect... Running Head:...
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