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...Alba, J D; Park, D; & Wang, P 2009 “Corporate governance and merger and acquisition (M&A) FDI: Firm-level evidence from Japanese FDI into the US” Journal of Multinational Financial Management, vol. 19, pp. 1-11 Arora, V & Vamvakidis, A 2010 “Gauging China’s Influence” IMF Finance and Development. December, vol. 47, no. 4 Bajaj, H 2009 “Organizational Culture in Bank Mergers & Acquisitions.” Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, Oct 2009, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p229-242 Barmeyer, C & Mayrhofer, U 2008 “The contribution... ?Cultural Integration in Cross-border Mergers and Integration: Issues and Solutions Table of Contents page Tableof contents 2 The importance of M&A cross-border cultural integration 3 The...
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Complementary therapies in the health care system
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...Alba, Quercus rubrum) and Raspberry leaves (Rubus idaeus) are rich in tannin which may reduce absorption of cationic minerals, e.g. calcium, and some drugs. Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) may enhance the effects of sedatives and hypnotic drugs. Saw palmetto (Seronoa ripens, Saba seriate): Prostate cancer patients taking saw palmetto might experience false low readings on the PSA test. Clinicians should be informed when patients are taking this herb. Healthcare professionals need to develop a great awareness of the CAM therapies used by their patients during therapy, and they should examine... Complementary Therapy Introduction Worldwide, only 10% to 30% of healthcare is provided by conventional,...
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An international expansion plan for Ferrero Rocher
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...Alba, Italy. The founder of the organization understood the significance of globalization, international business diversification and product differentiation strategy. Recently, the organization has significant numbers of product portfolio... International Expansion Plan for a Product or Service Table of Contents A of the product 3 A of the organisational context 4 A description of the host country 6 Political 6 Economical 7 Social 7 Technological 8 Environmental 8 Legal 8 An analysis of how Ferrero Rocher fits with the environment of South Korea 9 Porter’s Five Forces Model 9 An analysis of how you intend to enter the host country market 12 The critical risks involved 12 Mitigation of the Risks 13...
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The prevention of Obesity in Childhood
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...Alba & Wilkin, 2005). Consuming meals as a family should be a vital part of family life and must contribute to the development of good dietary habits. The family meal could create a whole meal when food is eaten at a slow pace and satiety may be brought about from a pleasant experience rather than overeating. Regular meal patterns are vital to make sure cycles of appetite followed by satiety, which train children to realize when intakes are sufficient (Golan, & Crow, 2004). Normally three main meals and two or three, modest in energy terms, snacks during... Prevention of childhood obesity Introduction Obesity in childhood is known to have a significant impact on both physical and psychological health....
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Roman State
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...Alba Longa to being a minor State of the 'Etruscans and Samnites', to being a minor State of 'Carthage and the Greek dominions', to being a prevailing influence in the 'Meditteranean world' and lastly to having direct dominance of the entire neighborhoods. Part of the explanation for this was the power of the legions, but there is much more had to be done with her attitudes towards other provincials. It might be worth mentioning here about 'how Rome expanded her dominance and cultural-identity over the entire world'. The Romans usually... Did the Roman seek to impose a roman cultural identity on provincials 3rd May, 2007 From centuries, Roman progressively tried her way up from being just a colony of...
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Success of the Communist Movement of the 1960's In Cuba and Not Bolivia
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...ALBA." n.d. Web. 30 May 2012. Wright, Thomas C. Latin America in the Era of the Cuban Revolution. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger , 2001. Print.... Success of the Communist Movement of the 1960s In Cuba and Not Bolivia Introduction The Cuban revolution staged in1959 by Fidel Castro was meant to liberate peasants and low class citizens from low standards of living and improve the economy of the country. The communist structures together with the overwhelming support of peasants from rural and urban regions ensured that the revolution was a success. Seven years later, Guevara Che, who actively participated in the Cuban revolution, set out to Bolivia to stage a revolt in the country that had similar...
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Individual portfolio( part 1. personal consumption journal 4TH MARCH 2013 -1ST APRIL 2013, part 2. Ten product list, part 3, Advertisiments Analysis)
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...Alba and Hutchinson, 2006). 4. Social media referrals Underneath this advert, there is a Face book link that makes it possible for the customers to like the commercial in Face book, a habit that is nowadays very common with internet browsers. As a result, this advert is going to reach a very wide audience and eventually make the Red bull brand known to many people (Keegan and Green, 2011... PART Brand Price Other descriptive information Reason for purchase Feelings associated with purchase Place of buying 4/03 PotNoodle 11.63 These are fast-foods, commonly sold with packets of favoring. The precooked type can be eaten straight from the packets or re-cooked, but dried noodle must be cooked before eating....
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The influence of Homer Simpson: impact of television comedy on US election 2008
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...Alba & Nee, 2003, p. 3). There is another commonly belief that the cynicism portrayed in shows like The Simpson’s has served to further... ? The Influence of Homer Simpson: Impact of Television Comedy in the United s on the 2008 Presidential Election Abstract There are many different ways that people formulate the decisions they make on a daily basis. In today’s modern and technological world, messages bombard us from many different sides. Rather than looking inside ourselves and allowing our own minds to formulate an opinion on a host of topics, we often to look to outside forces to form those opinions for us. The mass media is one such major form of influence that seems to shape the opinions of many...
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Market Myths
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...Alba, 1996 and Ebony, 1997). "We could develop those sorts of problems, but as of now, America is admirably adept at moving capital and killing... Market Myths [Pick the School Market Myths Introduction Investopedia (2002, pg claims that, "When fiascos like the Enronbankruptcy,auditing scandals and analysts' conflict of interest occur, investor confidence can beat an all-time low. Many investors are wonder whether or not investing in stocks is worth all the hassle. At the same time, however, it's important to keep a realistic view of the stock market. Regardless of the real problems, common myths about the stock market often arise." The purpose of this paper is to discuss these market myths in detail, ...
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To what extent does the work of Jaques Louis David change during the French Revolution
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...Alba Longa, a rival... Academia - Research January Plus Ça Change Jacques Louis David and the French Revolution Being artistic means experiencing change: there is no such thing as stasis in the lives or works of those who conceived and created the body of European art from the Renaissance to the present. With Jacques Louis David, French painter (1748-1825), however, change meant much more than a shift in composition or a slightly new palette, novel options for locations, or different portraits to make. Change for David meant political and social change1, and its effect can be seen in his works. This is an attempt to track the life and events of this controversial French painter during a section of his...
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Consumers' perceptions of a brand are represented by brand awareness and brand image: of what importance are the symbolic elements of the brand's image to the c
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...Alba, Hutchinson, and Lynch 1991). Understanding the structure and content of brand knowledge is important... Contents Introduction And Aim 2. Background To The Study 3. Luxury Automobile Sector 4. Consumer Behaviour 5. Rationale For Study 6. Formulation Of Study Aim And Objective Literature Review 7. Perception And Marketing Formation of Brand Perception Brand and Value Configuration 8. 2006 UK Car Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI) UK Car Market 2006 9. Customer’s Need 10. Methodology Different Research Methods 11. Questionnaires Advantages of questionnaires Disadvantages of questionnaires 12. Disadvantages of questionnaires Advantages of Interviews 13. Justification of the sampling method...
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Media Freedom and Regualtion
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...Alba Edison, an American, proved in the 1880s that electric current can jump in space and Sir Oliver Lodge, an Englishman, sent Morse messages in wireless waves in 1894. The Italian Guglielmo Marconi consolidated and expounded on these new discoveries and invented the radio in 1895, thus justly earning the title “the father of radio.” Marconi left Italy and came to England bringing with him the new technology. He established the Wireless Telegraph and Signal Company, maker of wireless... Media Freedom and Regulation Q: How has the arrival of OFCOM changed the regulation of broadcasting in the UK? I Introduction The UK broadcastingwas born with the advent of the British Broadcasting Corporation in 1922...
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Global Marketing
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...Alba, J. W. (2003). ‘Locus of equity and brand extension. Journal of Consumer Research , Vol. 29 No. 4, pp. 539-50. Park, J. -W., & Kim, K. (2001). Role of consumer relationships with a brand in brand extensions: some exploratory findings. 28 (p. 179-85). Park, J. -W., & Kim, K. (2001). Role of consumer relationships with a brand in brand extensions: some exploratory findings. 28 (p. 179-85). Riel, A. C., Lemmink, J., & Ouwersloot, H. (2001). Consumer evaluation of service brand extensions. 3 (February, p... Until now Dyson has concentrated its efforts in the United Kingdom, the United s, Japan and Australia. In your opinion, which new international markets should be allocated more marketing resources,...
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Spanish Golden Age Painting
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...Alba to the Spanish King Phillip II in 1559 at the age of 27. Her duty at the court would be to tutor the queen. At the court she was expected... "Portraiture is such a calculating art of (mis)representation that no beholder can be completely innocent." (R.Brilliant). Introduction In his essay "How an art Historian Connects Art Objects and information" Brilliant refers to the fact that apart from his memory, the modern art historian is also supported by many art images which, thanks to modern technology, are often of a very high quality. However, when interpreting an image out of its context the historian who has to depend solely on his or her own emotional response, which in itself...
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IT INFRASTRUCTURE
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...ALBA in Bahrain, KNPC in Kuwait, ARAMCO in Saudi Arabia, and ONGC in India. In the Middle East, BDB is one of the leading service providers in gas, power, water and chemical industries providing maintenance, rehabilitation, construction, O&M and lifecycle services (Boudreau, 2008). It has an asset base of over £500 million and order intake of £58 million. It has over 1300 employees operating from Saudi Arabia, United Emirates and Kuwait. It parent company Bilfinger Power Systems GmbH AS AT 2012 had over 10,000 employees and an order intake of £1.178 million For it to operate more effectively and serve a wide base of clients, BDB realized that it requires a network... INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY...
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Relationship of Values and Parenting Styles on Academic Achievement and Occupational Choice: Jewish and Jewish-Iranian in USA
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...Alba, Lutz, & Vesselinov, 2001; Chiswick, 1993,; Keister, 2003), and that Jewish students gained more years of average education (2.5 years compared to 1.9 years of school for non-Jews) and occupational prestige (2.7 points higher compared to an increase of 1.3 for non-Jews) (Chiswick, 2005). Jewish –American Occupational Success In keeping with their educational attainment, American Jews have enjoyed disproportionately higher representation in high status and prestigious occupations throughout the 20th century (Smith, 2005). Both economists’ Chiswick’s (2005) investigation on the occupational attainment of American Jewry and Smith’s (2005) study of the distinctiveness of Jewish America... ?THE...
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A monograph about artichoke
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...alba, C. algarbiensis, C. auranitica, C. baetica, C. cardunculus (syn C. scolymus), C. cornigera, C. cyrenaica C. humilis, C. hystrix, and C. syriaca. Figure 7: Lineage of Cynara Figure 8: Lineage of Helianthus tuberosus Figure 9: Lineage of Stachys affinis V. PHYLOGENY... ? TABLE OF CONTENT I.INTRODUCTION 5 II.HISTORICAL SURVEY 6 A.Cynara 6 B.Helianthus tuberosus 7 C.Stachys affinis 7 III.MORPHOLOGY 7 A.Cynara 7 B.Helianthus tuberosus 8 C.Stachys affinis 9 IV.SYSTEMATICS 11 V.PHYLOGENY 16 A.Cynara 16 B.Helianthus tuberosus 17 C.Stachys affinis 17 VI.ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE 17 A.Cynara 17 B.Helianthus tuberosus 19 C.Stachys affinis 20 VII.PHARMACOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE 20 A.Cynara 20 b.Antioxidant Activities...
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To analyze the process of Argos' shopping design and supply chain, and to implement a business process improvement (My subject
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...Alba, Bush, Chad Valley, Hygena and Schreiber), but it likewise trial sells third-party products on a fully integrated basis, that is, the third-party products are embedded among the company’s brands... ?Logistics and Operations Management: Argos’s Shopping Design and Supply Chain Chapter Introduction The operational processes of the business organization are those which most directly contribute to the value creation proposition of the firm. There are many activities undertaken by business companies which are important for it to survive, such as accounting, office management, repair and maintenance, and so forth. Such activities, however, do not directly add value to the principal product of the firm,...
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Romania Risk Assessment
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...Alba counties. However, other counties in Romania which do not have the Seveso Sites and have a high risk of being affected by the floods are majorly at the west and they include Olt-South, Caransebes-South-West, Giurgiu, and Caras (European Environment Agency, 2010). High temperature/ drought The year 2003 was exceptional when view from a climatic point. Most of the part of Europe was affected by drought with the regime of inadequate precipitation and high temperature. In this year, the maximum temperature that has been highly recorded... Risks in Romania Introduction Risk is the potential loss of something of value. When it is not handled properly or if the country is not well prepared to face it,...
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Branding Coursework
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...Alba, Hutchinson, and Lynch 1991). Understanding the structure... Contents Introduction And Aim 2. Background To The Study 3. Luxury Automobile Sector 4. Consumer Behaviour 5. Rationale For Study 6. Formulation Of Study Aim And Objective Literature Review 7. Perception And Marketing Formation of Brand Perception Brand and Value Configuration 8. 2006 UK Car Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI) UK Car Market 2006 9. Customer's Need 10. Methodology Different Research Methods 11. Questionnaires Advantages of questionnaires Disadvantages of questionnaires 12. Disadvantages of questionnaires Advantages of Interviews 13. Justification of the sampling method 14. Overview of research practicalities ...
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Echo Planar Imaging, or EPI, Fast Imaging Techniques (MRI)
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...Alba. Other developing roles... ? Echo Planar Imaging, or EPI, Fast Imaging Techniques (MRI) Echo Planar Imaging, or EPI, Fast Imaging Techniques (MRI) Answer 1 The concept of EPI was first presented in 1977 by Mansfield. On the other hand, different technical issues related to EPI have been overcome in the last decade. EPI is a fast, flexible imaging method, with good contrast and resolution, and with many potential applications in clinical imaging, such as functional MRI and rapid entire brain imaging. Though, EPI can be very unforgiving and requires careful parameter selection (Weishaupt, Koechli and Marincek, 2008). EPI is fast because it uses single excitation of a slice followed by the continuous...
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Childhood obesity
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...Alba, S.A., Wilkin, T.J. (2005). ‘Parents awareness of overweight in themselves and their children’: cross- sectional study within a cohort (Earlybird 21).’ British Medical Journal. 330: p23-24 [Accessed on 15/010/09] 57. Wilmore, J.H., Costill, L.D. (1999). ‘Physiology of sport and exercise’. (2nd Ed). USA: Human kinetics- pp.339-352. 58. Wilmore, J.H and Costill, L. D. (2004). ‘Physiology of sport and exercise.’ (3rd Ed). USA: Human Kinetics. 59. World Health Organization (WHO) (2008). ‘Defined Metabolic Syndrome. Is a Better Predictor of Coronary Calcium Than the Adult Treatment Panel III Criteria in American Men Aged 40–49... Childhood Obesity Summary The general assumption, that an...
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The mystical body of Christ in Catherine de Hueck Doherty's Vision for Lay Apostolate
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...Alba House, 1995. Fay, Fr. Terence J. A History of Canadian Catholics: Gallicanism, Romanism, and Canadianism. Montreal, Quebec: McGill Queens University Press, 2002. Fisher, James Terence. The Catholic Counterculture in America, 1933-1962. Chapel Hill, NC: University... ?I. The Mystical Body of Christ in Catherine de Hueck Doherty’s Vision for Lay Apostolate II. Introduction The key theological theme or themes of Catherine de Huek Doherty’s vision for lay apostolate constitute an important area of inquiry in historical theology. There are several reasons. First, Doherty has been nominated for canonization in the Roman Catholic Church. Second, Doherty had founded at least two apostolates that have had a...
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How does online shoppers' behaviour differ from traditional shoppers (see full queation attch on folder)
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...Alba and colleagues hypothesise that a specific advantage of online shopping over traditional shopping is that customers can more conveniently and rapidly browse and monitor selections so that they can concentrate on alternatives that they prefer. Online shopping allows screening directly by means of electronic channels that draw on information about the particular preferences of individual customer and the alternatives offered (Wells et al., 2011). For instance, Tesco provides a ‘personal... ? An Analysis of the Consumer Behaviour of Traditional Shoppers and Online Shoppers Essay Submission Declaration Signed by Student Abstract Apparently, functional features of the buying process largely influence...
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Bach Flower Essences and Homeopathy
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...alba are some of the active ingredients in the Alfa CF formula. Aconitum (Monk's Head) 'is indicated mostly in people who are robust, energetic, and rather active. It applies to disorders that are caused by exposure to cold, dry winds; to cold after overheating (hot and sweating); fright and emotional upheavals. In all of its disorders, there is a crisis where the patient experiences restlessness, anxiety, and fear of death' (Amen, 1982). This short description of aconitum reveals that aconitum will restore energy and robustness in people who are feeling out of sorts due to being exposed to cold dry weather to ill effect. This short example is representative... Running Head: BACH FLOWER VS....
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The Colonial southeast
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...Alba to pay close attention to the terrible misfortunes in Saint Domingue. He said that the germ of the revolt would only spread among the slaves. Persistent conflict in Pointe Coupee and on the German Coast added to the decision of shutting down the whole slave dealings in the spring of 1796. In 1800 Louisiana officials argued about reopening... The Colonial southeast Question A Diplomatic History of Louisiana Louisiana is a country situated in the United States and in particular the southern region of the continent. Some of the urban surroundings in this state have a multilingual and multicultural heritage that arose from the strong influence by an admixture of the 18th century Spanish, African,...
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THE IMPACT OF PRINT MEDIA ON WOMEN'S EATING BEHAVIORS
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...Alba et al (1991) who suggested that ‘memory has had a subordinate role in theorizing about consumer decision processes because the majority of this research has focused on advertising effects rather than on choice behaviour’ (Jacoby, Johar, Morrin, 1998, 320). While exploring and evaluating the role of print media to women’s eating behaviour, we have to take into account... The impact of print media on women’s eating behaviors Chapter One The structure and the form of modern society have imposed media as a necessary element of everyday life. This has the meaning not only of an out – of – reality tool of influence but of an active source of information regarding all issues of human’s activities. On the...
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How are the causes of the french revolution portrayed through the visual arts
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...Alba Long. It was a call to action for France against the crown. At the time, it was described as having more impact than all the revolutionary tracts put together. The style that he used was called neo-classicism because of its revival of classical... Introduction In the period 1789 and 1799, France underwent a massive revolution. This was a complicated mix of major and minor events, of public and private situations and of famous and little-known places. It was a period of political and social turmoil and drastic change. France changed her governmental structure, which was previously an absolute monarchy with feudal privileges for the aristocracy and Catholic clergy to forms based on inalienable rights ...
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Romania Risk Assessment
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...Alba counties. However, other counties in Romania which do not have Seveso Sites and have a high risk of being affected by the floods are majorly at the west and they include Olt-South, Caransebes-South-West, Giurgiu, and Caras (European Environment Agency, 2010). High temperature/ drought The year 2003 was exceptional when view from a climatic point. Most of the part of Europe was affected by drought with the regime of inadequate precipitation and high temperature. In this year, the maximum temperature that has been... Romania Risk Assessment By Table of contents Romania Risk Assessment Table of contents 2 Romania is located on the South East of Central Europe. It border black sea between Ukraine and ...
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Examining switching costs as a moderator in the relationship between service personalization, customer satisfaction and customer
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...Alba and Hutchinso 1987; Eliashberg and Robertson 1988; Guiltinan 1989; Wernerfelt 1985; Klemperer 1995 Setup Costs The costs... ? The mitigative effects of switching costs on the relationship between service personalization, satisfaction and e-loyalty: a study of the Internet banking services in Hong Kong. Dissertation submitted for the degree of Doctor of Business Administration Chapter 2 Literature Review 2.1 e-loyalty 2.1.1 Introduction of customer loyalty Building and maintaining customer loyalty used to be central theme of marketing theory. Researchers acknowledged the importance of the concept and implications of customer loyalty in marketing (Reichheld and Schefter 2000). Customer loyalty...
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Corporate social responsibility
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...Alba Iulia, vol. 2(12), pages 1. Chun, R. (2011), Corporate Social Responsibility At Apple: CEO Tim Cook's greatest opportunity, Switzerland: International Institute for Management Development Creswell, J. W., Plano Clark, V. L., Gutmann, M., & Hanson, W. (2003). Advanced mixed methods research designs. In: A. Tashakkori & C. Teddlie (Eds.), Handbook of mixed methods in social and behavioral research (pp. 209-240). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Creswell, J. W., Plano Clark, V. L., & Garrett, A. L. (2008). Methodological issues in conducting mixed methods research. In M.M. Bergman (Ed.), Advances in mixed methods research. London: Sage. Graafland, J.J... ? Topic of the of the Table of Contents Chapter 4...
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The Improvement of Customer Service in Argos
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...Alba. With the sheer volume... Executive summary This report is conducted as part of a research project for Foundation degree in Business in Barnet College. The research is conducted on the popular Argos outlet in Borehamwood, in Greater London. Argos is a national chain of stores spread across UK, selling a variety of products and offers catalogue and in store shopping for products. The store has been facing a number of problems in the past few months. These problems are decreasing profits and the store has also had a number of customer service complaints. It is important to identify the reasons for the problems in the store. It is important to find out the reasons for low profitability. To identify i...
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Biology Annotated Bibliography
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...alba to continental Europe. Annals of Applied Biology 127: 385... Johns, P. M., and B. Boag. 2003. The spread and distribution of terrestrial planarians (Turbellaria: Tricladida: Geoplanidae) within New Zealand. NewZealand Journal of Ecology Vol.27(2): 201-206. The research studied the distribution patterns of three New Zealand flatworms from the genus Arthurdendyus (A. triangulata, A. australis and A. testacea) through manual mapping and lately, via Global Positioning Sytem (GPS) tracking in native forest and modified habitats (e.g. gardens, nurseries and agricultural land). The study which lasted from 1990 to 2002 was able to conclude that among the three species, A. triangulata is the most adaptable...
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The Exchange Rate Regime of Thailand, purchasing power parity of Thailand
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...Alba and Papell (2005) applied panel data methods to test for long-run PPP for 84 countries in US dollar real exchange rate during floating exchange rate period. The main study was to examine how much evidence there was against unit root during the current float for industrialized countries. They found that PPP holds for panels of European and Latin American countries. Moreover, they also suggest that country’s characteristic can help to explain both adherence to and deviations from long-run PPP. Coakley and Fuerters (1997) also employed Im el al (1997) panel unite root test for monthly data... Chapter Introduction An introduction to Thailand: - “Thais” founded Thailand, whose official is “Kingdom of...
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Operational plan
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...Alba’s truffle salami In addition of other traditional salamis they also have new taste of Barolo Salami which is : grilled suckling pig salami and grilled thigh of the pork that is from ‘Boss porchette’.What makes it so unique is that the taste of the pork is traditional and that makes it in good quality . 50% of the production of the firm is being covered by both Barolo and white Truffle salami. They sell salty salami that is in very good quality. The quality is very important concept to them that’s why they call themselves ‘taste of excellent’ .The pork meat in armini is cautiously selected for example they select the smallest part... LARSINI COMPANY Marketing Report Table of Contents Executive...
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An Overview of Turkish and Greek Epistolary Novels
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...Alba de Cespedes 1963 ‘Il Rimorso’, Natalia Ginzburg’s 1973 ‘Caro Michele... An Overview of Turkish and Greek Epistolary Novels Table of Contents Table of Contents Preface 2 Introduction 3What is An Epistolary Novel? 4 Theories on the Genesis of Epistolary Novels 6 Types of Epistolary Novels 8 Epistolary Novels throughout History 10 Epistolary Novel Literature Review 13 Greek Epistolary Novels 14 Turkish Epistolary Novels 19 Critical Review 28 Conclusion 30 References 32 Preface An epistolary novel is a long narrative that is composed of correspondence such as letters, journal entries, diary entries, newspaper clippings, or electronic documents. Its genesis can be traced to ancient Greece when...
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Thailand
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...Alba and Papell (2005) applied panel data methods to test for long-run PPP for 84 countries in US dollar real exchange rate during floating exchange rate period. The main study was to examine how much evidence there was against unit root during the current float for industrialized countries. They found that PPP holds... Chapter Introduction An introduction to Thailand: - "Thais" founded Thailand, whose official is "Kingdom of Thailand", in the 13th century. The "Thai" are related linguistically to "Tai" group originating in southern China. Migrations from southern China to Southeast Asia may have occurred in the 6th and 7th centuries. Malay, Mon and Khmer civilizations flourished in the reason prior to...
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Ecodesign
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...Alba Bala 1, Toni Clariana, Mercedes Hortal , M Llusa Maspoch ,Javier Pea and Marina Centelles,(n.d.) Ecodesign: Theoretical Framework And Packaging Ecodesign Catalan Program Schischke Karsten, Fraunhofer.(n.d.) An Introduction to EcoDesign Strategies Why, what and how http://www.ecodesignarc.info/servlet/is/707/ Accessed, March 20, 2007 SDA: Sustainable Design Awards http://www.sda-uk.org/content/toolkit/section3/section3_2.asp Accessed, March 20, 2007 Sherin, Brian.(2004) Environmental Studies 152 : EcoDesign Strategies v. 2004.2 http://www.sherinb.net/Files/EcoDesign_Strategies_FULL.pdf Accessed, March 20, 2007 Skerlos S.J., W.R... Running Head: E sign Eco Design s The fast-growing...
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