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...Developing Nations At the initial start of this written; there is needs to begin with making introduction of the key factor of the essay, which primarily focuses on Developing Countries. What is meant by developing countries and what are the features of these nations on the Economic basis. In the first phase of this introduction, there is needs to know that these countries that are called the Developing nations have consist of two third of the whole world, they are also found in parts of the word like in Latin America, Africa and Asia. Developing countries a feature also shows that they depend largely on foods supply from other nations depend on foreign wealth... . They are also...
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...Developing Countries Culture or ethni plays an important role in the development of a country. Politics, education and economic development of a developing country are associated with the race, ethnicity and culture of that country. Countries which have superior abilities in utilizing or mobilizing its internal resources may develop rapidly than countries which have inferior abilities in doing so. In fact most of the developing countries are not able to...
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Education in developing countries
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...development process in developing countries? This is a measure of human value in the work place; it is the human employment in any firm. This can also be explained as the economic value of any employee. Human capital can be defined as the ability of a single person or a household to engage time, experience and knowledge in the production process. Human ability to work and produce versus the working capital of any organization places any firm in need of labor which can only be delivered by living beings. This part of investment by any firm can defines any part of then organization... ? Business Assignment 4 of Learning: Q What is human capital and why is it crucial to expand human capital as part of the...
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Sociology of Developing Countries
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...Developing Countries Sociology in Developing countries Sociology is the complete separation of economy and state, similar to the separation of church and state. The theory of Sociology is based on the private ownership of the means of production, which would equal a completely uncontrolled and unregulated economy where all land is privately owned, only an aspect of that premise is based on individual rights. Sociology recognizes that each individual person is the owner of their own life and has the right to live it fully to their on personal manner and long as he doesn't dictate or violate others. The Developing countries South had a social system, which was distinct in many... [Supervisor Sociology of...
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Sociology of Developing Countries
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...Developing Countries SOCIOLOGY OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Question The urban poor in developing countries have been subject to debate between those viewing them as conservative and those who consider them radical. Two research schools of thought, however, contradicted the radical notion. First, it was demonstrated that urban poor formed organizations that worked towards housing improvement. They are keenly involved in political aspects that are affecting their livelihood in a direct way. The urban poor are also responsive to varying parameters where they are in operation; they are aware of their position of vulnerability. As far as radical ideology is concerned, these were found... of the...
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Privatization in developing countries
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...Developing Countries The topic for discussion is Privatization in the Developing Countries, we would focus on the concept of privatization and how it has been implemented in different regions of the world and further we would focus on its impact on the developing countries. We would take into account different research conducted and how they impact on the economy of the country if the companies are privatized in developing nations. Privatization Privatization is a process by which the ownership is transferred between public (government) sectors to private (general public) sector. These steps are taken by the government when they lose their expertise in making profits... , which include...
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Constraints on Developing Countries
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...Developing Countries Discuss the constraints that developing countries encounterwhile participating in global industrial trade. Global trade and international business between countries is a part of the larger process of globalisation which has been changing relationships between countries for many years. However, the relations between developing nations and their industrialised counterparts have not shifted much simply because there are many constraints placed on developing countries. These create barriers for their entry into several markets where their products might be unacceptable due to a multitude of reasons. A closer examination of these constraints is important for any... Constraints on...
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Globalization in developing countries
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...development of the countries involved, which might be true specializing on the economic globalization. The process of increasing connectivity and interdependence among states has eliminated geographical boundaries and enabled people to intermingle unlike the past. These continued interactions have brought with them many challenges. Globalization has brought a complex flattering effect where most of the developing... Globalization The freeness of individuals in the world to interact inconsiderate of their origin and ethnic bounds has increased in the recent past because of the so-called globalization. Globalization has both merits, demerits but it is in concern whether it leads to economic growth, and...
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Sociology of Developing Countries
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...DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Sociology of Developing Countries Introduction The main ethnically diverse country in the Caribbean region is Trinidad and Tobago. The country has multiple ethnic groups, including the Indians, Africans, Europeans, Chinese as well as other mixed ethnicities. Ethnicity is widely identified in the country as demonstrated by various research findings in sociology, such as Harewood and Camejo besides Harewood (1971) (Coppin & Olsen, 1998). Ethnicity Defined Ethnicity denotes social identification founded on the presupposition of a similar cultural inheritance besides common history. Notwithstanding, ethnicity can be approached from three major areas... Running head: SOCIOLOGY OF...
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Developed vs. Developing Countries
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...Developed Versus Developing Countries Lecturer: Developed Versus Developing Countries Introduction China is an emerging financial system that has considerably improved in terms of economic growth. It is a self-governing state located in the East Asian continent and it is among the largest inhabited state with more than 1.35 billion of inhabitants. The country is ruled by a distinct party known as Communist Party and Beijing is its capital metropolis, which is highly populated. The country covers about 9.6 million per square kilometer and it has become one of the second largest nations by geographical region. Its landscape is flat and the terrains are rugged, as well as, elevated. The ancient...
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Diabetes in Developing Countries
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...developing countries with special focus on the sub-Saharan Africa. Further, this communication plan will also focus upon USA. The overall target audience of this communication plan is: 1. Public Health Officials 2. Politicians 3. Medical Professionals 4. Donors 5. General Public The above target audience included relatively all the stakeholders whose decisions as well as actions will have direct impact upon the overall public health policies will be shaped to raise the overall awareness of diabetes. The overall theoretical underpinnings of this communication plan are based upon the social cognitive theory. Social cognitive theory suggests... ? Diabetes is considered as the disease of modern civilization...
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Sociology of Developing Countries
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...Developing Countries” Peasant Based Revolutions in the Twenty First Century & Urban Growth in the LDCs By 11 March Peasant Based Revolutions in Twenty First Century The world has variety of shades and colours when it comes to the people living on this planet. From the rich elites to the poor peasants statuses, casts and creeds have always been a part of every society. The developing as well as the developed communities works along parallel boundaries between the rich and the poor. The negligence of the rights of the poor and the unequal of distribution of wealth has shown a history of creating restlessness among the group of people who are poor. Thus leading to a surge of emotions... ? “Sociology of...
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Dollarization in Developing Countries
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...country's currency is one of the essentials in establishing and sustaining economic growth and security. According toCalvo (1999), this ironic challenge for developing economies since the currency stability is often a pre-requisite of the latter. One of the strategies proposed to address this issue is dollarization, coined from the US currency because global markets are pegged against the US dollar. Berg and Borensztein (2000) describe it as a strategy adapted by nations to stabilize their currency by adopting the currency of another country. The issue has been a concern for developing countries, particularly Latin America because of the prominent of US as a trade... Introduction The stability of a...
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Economics of Developing Countries
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...Developing Countries Question 3: a) The three important trade strategies are primary exports, Import substitute industrialization and outward looking strategy. Primary exports Primary exports imply export of agricultural and other labor intensive goods. This was seen as a major source of income for the developing countries, but only the dependence on primary exports brought very less income to the firm. Import substitute industrialization Import substitute industrialization is a trade strategy, which has become highly popular in the developing countries. This strategy aims to increase the domestic production and reduce the dependency on foreign imports... Macro & Micro Economics Dec. 08, Economics of...
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Developing Countries and Deflation
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...countries' currencies. This vicious cycle prompted Roach to conclude that "China is one of the sources of current world deflation" (People's Daily, 2002). A year after Roach's controversial report, Goldman and Sachs published a Global Economics paper entitled "Dreaming with BRICs: The Path to 2050". In this report, the authors surmised that given the 'right' growth conditions and a lot of luck, four of the biggest developing countries namely Brazil, Russia, India and China (thus forming the BRIC acronym) could become the largest economic force in the world in 50 years possibly even surpassing the G6 economies (US, Japan, UK, France, Italy... BRICs and Deflation Introduction In October of 2002, one of...
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Education in developing countries
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...Developing Countries Case Study: Egypt Jean Piaget once said, “The principle goal of education is to create men who are capable of doing new things…men who are creative, inventive, discoverers.” Unfortunately, current educational systems adopted by most high schools in various countries of the world are failing miserably at achieving such goals. In fact, U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings described the malfunction of the educational system by asserting that the high school diploma has become “a certificate of attendance” rather than a “record of achievement” (FDU). Even though, we are living in an era during which knowledge has become one of the most important commodities... ? Education in...
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Debt Crisis in Developing Countries
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...developing countries: INTRODUCTION: In the 1980's the debt problem emerged whereby Argentina defaulted to pay for its international debt, this led to the emergence of a debt facilitating plan introduced by the World Bank and the international monetary fund (IMF). The paper focuses on the problem faced by these countries, the causes of high debt levels and the solutions to the debt problem in developing countries.1 Developing countries are faced with low standards of living, underdevelopment, and high poverty levels, weak and unstable currencies, low capital levels and low GDP. All the above problems faced by developing countries are caused by debts which affect not only those who... Debt crisis in...
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Infant Death in Developing Countries
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...countries that are facing disasters. Initially people had no moral responsibility of helping infants that were facing starvation as they had no reach to these regions. Currently, various organizations have come to aid in ensuring that they cater for the growing demand for aid to be distributed to various developing countries especially... Moral responsibility of helping starving children With the current advancement in the level of technology due to globalization, it has become easy for a person to get access to information from all over the world. It has also become easy to transfer resources from one part of the world to another. This has made it easy for people to give their assistance and aid to...
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Fair Trade and developing countries
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...countries follow a better structure and is more sophisticated as compared with those in the third world countries. In fact, it was likewise argued that globalization and the liberalization of trade has been likewise creating not only opportunities but other consequences as well in the less developed countries. Apparently, because of the popularity of trade, much has to be done with the developing... ?Introduction A President of the United s once said that the business of America was business. With globalization and the liberalization of trade, however, this particular line became significant to almost every nation of the world. However, it is likewise a well-known fact that business in the first world...
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E-Commerce in Developing Countries
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...Developing Countries (Add (Add (Add I. Introduction Internet, the most remarkable invention of the 20th century has changed the way the world lives. Internet assisted people and businesses to keep connected despite all geographical barriers. Internet can be simply defined as “an international network of millions of computers that allows you to access and transmit information” (Price & Wix, 2002, p.1). Evidently, Internet has become an inevitable component of modern life and people belonging to all classes use infinite applications of internet frequently. Different sectors including transportation, industries, technology, and entertainment greatly depend on internet applications... ?  E-Commerce in...
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E-Commerce in developing Countries
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...Developing Countries (Add (Add (Add I. Introduction Internet, the most remarkable invention of the20th century has changed the way the world lives. Internet assisted people and businesses to keep connected despite all geographical barriers. Internet can be simply defined as “an international network of millions of computers that allows you to access and transmit information” (Price & Wix, 2002, p.1). Evidently, Internet has become an inevitable component of modern life and people belonging to all classes use infinite applications of internet frequently. Different sectors including transportation, industries, technology, and entertainment greatly depend on internet applications. Various... E-Commerce in...
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E-Commerce in developing countries
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...Developing Countries Electronic commerce (E-Commerce) may have diverse economic effects in the future development plans of an organization. This is based on the acceptance of the effects that e-commerce has on the global economy such as in its technology and the economic sectors (Young & Gail 359-364). However, e-commerce may also have dynamic benefits to developing countries. This study seeks to present the impacts of e-commerce to developing nations by recognizing that its effects could be stronger in developing countries than in developed countries (Kshetri 443-449). 2. Introduction E-commerce is an essential tool to enhanced growth in the country based on its efficiency... to the research...
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Free Trade and Developing Countries
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...countries in the global community (World Bank 2002). Proponents of free trade argue that it is one of the most “effective trade practices of ensuring sustainable economic development in developing economies” (Abiad, and Ashoka 2002, p49). However, since the inception of free trade, the world has experienced widespread increase in economic inequality. Poverty, especially in some developing countries is increasing at an alarming rate, while developed countries are experiencing improved living standards and economic development. Therefore, the notion... ?Introduction One of the major principles of globalisation is free trade, which emphasise on elimination of barriers that limit trade between different...
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Monetary Economics in Developing Countries
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...country’s economy to adjust quickly to prevailing market conditions. This system also determines the interest rate in a country allowing for effective control of the economy in order to create balance. Despite its advantages, the flexible exchange rate system may lead to volatility in the market as it does not encourage the improvement of production and trade. The flexible exchange rates may also lead to a destabilized economy and thus lead to an economic crisis in the countries involved. Most developing countries are found in Africa and Latin America. Exchange rate systems in various... of the Introduction Exchange rate refers to the rate at which one country’s currency is exchanged for another...
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Educational Problem in Developing Countries
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...Developing Countries (Examples of Ethiopia and Ghana) Contents Abbreviations The chapter scheme will subsequently beas follows: 1. Introduction 1.1. Background of the Study: This includes the reason why the student felt the need to go for this study and the supporting factors around the student for the study. 1.2. Aims and Objectives of the study: This includes the aims with which the student is carrying forward the study 1.3. Research Methodology: i.e. how we will go ahead with the study, collect data, facts, figures etc and how we will analyze the situation. 1.4. Limitations and Constraints: There are always some limitations under which we have to work. For this kind of study... Educational Problem in...
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Empowering Women in Developing Countries
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...Developing Countries" Women account for almost fifty percent of the global population, they are the one who bear all the pain to bring the child to the world irrespective of the fact whether the child is male or female, genetically speaking they are impartial in contributing the child's genome, it is not the women who discriminate between males and females, but still they are highly underprivileged as far as global growth is concerned. The article emphasizes on the fact that empowering women in developing nations would be a major contribution towards economic, social and intellectual development and hence it is one step that is going to take a major leap in the development... ?"Empowering Women in...
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Free Trade For Developing Countries
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...developing’ countries in particular (as opposed to their developed counterparts). The paper explains both sides of the argument, with the balance tilting in favor of free trade as has been witnessed by economists over the years. Before delving into the arguments concerning free trade in developing countries... ?Free trade has remained one of the most debated topics since the 18th century. On one end of the spectrum are supporters of free trade who justify it on economic, moral and social grounds. On the other end, however, are critics who claim that free trade is not justified on economic and socio-political grounds. A more interesting aspect of these debates, however, is the arguments that concern...
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Private Equity in Developing Countries
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...Developing Countries Private Equity (PE) is among several options for revenue for a venture, business or deal. PE Funds are investment ways which mainly spend money on unlisted securities that are not exchanged on a public trade off, instead of securities that are freely exchanged. The goal of a PE fund is always to attain a profit on investment over its life duration, usually 10 years. Investors in PE revenue are usually pension funds, businesses, insurance providers and high net worth people. PE funds usually get stocks in privately-held businesses and handle these assets to be able to raise their worth on exit. Exit might be accomplished by means of preliminary public... Number] Private Equity in...
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TRADE LIBERALIZATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
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...Countries towards Growth and Development This research paper deals with the liberalization and the barriers involving its full maximization in developing countries with specific focus on the North African countries. These issues were discussed in consideration to the specific aspects of liberalization and development such as removing tariff and nontariff trade, agriculture, manufacturing, and services. While this paper examines in bold strokes the liberalization thrust in North African countries, it also took time to highlight some pressing issues such as free trades effect on the capacity of North African countries for economic growth and providing... ? Trade Liberalization: A Journey of North African...
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Trade preferences for developing countries
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...developing countries Introduction: Since early 1960s, the European Union has been implementing the trade preferences for the less developed nations. This type of favored action that EU provide depends on diverse factors like the entitlement of the developing nation to the preferential list under the GSP (generalized system of preferences) only where every developing nation is entitled or to different types of autonomous trade system, to partiality under Economic Partnership Agreements of 2008 or has entered into any bilateral or regional agreement of free trade with some member states of the European Union.1 There has a huge debate relating to the worth and use of trade... ?Trade preferences towards...
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TRADE LIBERALIZATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
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...Countries towards Growth and Development This research paper deals with the liberalization and the barriers involving its full maximization in developing countries with specific focus on the North African countries. These issues were discussed in consideration to the specific aspects of liberalization and development such as removing tariff and nontariff trade, agriculture, manufacturing, and services. While this paper examines in bold strokes the liberalization thrust in North African countries, it also took time to highlight some pressing issues such as free trades effect on the capacity of North African countries for economic growth and providing... Trade Liberalization: A Journey of North African...
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Social Security in Developing Countries
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...country or in an economy results to lower and not higher economic growth rate (Forbes 2000 in Arjona et al 2002:9). Moreover, as companies have played a big role in the development of social policy. Studies done by Swenson (2002) argue that in very competitive labour markets, companies try to formulate and introduce a national social insurance system. Similar research by other scholars verifies previous study. Isabela Mares (1998) observes that corporations and employers that are immensely in high risk position will support a social insurance system in order to temper risks and are more likely to favour a universal accident and unemployment insurance coverage. Mares... The study of welfare s and...
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Developing Countries Promote Manage Economic Development
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...developing countries should manage economic development affiliation How the developing countries should manage economic development Developing countries face many challenges, as they strive to ensure that there is economic development in their countries1. The government can have skilled personnel and the support from financial institutions, but they may not have the resources to implement the policies. Corrupt bureaucracies, lack of competence and set of anti-development priorities, are some of the hindrances to economic development2. Alternatively, the problems that may be caused by external factors, which are beyond their scope. This paper focuses on a journal about East Asian economies... How...
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Basel Core Principles on Developing Countries
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...Developing Countries Introduction Countries cannot ignore their financial and banking sectors. Failures in the banking system can be very costly, especially for the developing countries. Its occurrence and recurrence must be prevented at all times and at all costs. A trial-and-error system should never be resorted to. Thus, safe and sound banking practices must be sought to minimize the risks and weaknesses of financial institutions. This is where many developing countries can best explore the standards provided by the Basel Core Principles. Compliance with the Basel Core Principles has long been seen as an effective platform to pave the way for financial stability... . Core Principles for...
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The effects of globalization in developing countries
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...country an individual belongs to, h/she would always have an identity card or a proof showing their birthplace and/or residence. This, as well, is a pat of globalization valid for both developing and developed countries (Lee & Vivarelli, pp. 4-6). Let the paper consider one more definition of the term explained in a distinct and specified note. There are scholars and thinkers who say that globalization is the name of an extensive process when people from far and wide with no commonalities get a way to be connected to one another whether it being... ? Effects of Globalization Various scholars and thinkers defined the concept of Globalizationin varied perspectives giving a thorough reflection of different...
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Failure of democracy in developing countries
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...Developing Countries al Affiliation Failure of Democracy in Developing Countries Introduction Since the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War in the early 1990s, democracy has rapidly emerged as the most prevalent and dominant governing system in the world. Today, for the first time in the history of mankind, there are more democratic countries than non democratic countries. According the United Nations reports, since the early 1990s, 82 developing states have taken revolutionary steps in democratization process, with 54 authoritarian governing systems replaced by electoral democratic systems. However, in recent years, various researches and reports have... Failure of Democracy in...
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Issues concerning international business in developing countries
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...developing country from the eyes of a Company operating in a developed nation. Some guidelines will be given on what to look for in developing countries and recommendations given on whether to proceed with the venture or not. Issues concerning international... Introduction Whenever businesses are looking beyond their borders to establish themselves, there are a number of factors that make certain countriesmore lucrative than others. At no single time in history have businesses been more interested in investing outside their borders; consequently, it is essential to look for alternatives that would work for the company rather than against it. The paper shall look at the possibility of investing in a...
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Caesarean Section in Developed and Developing Countries
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...DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Introduction The discovery of the Caesarean Section method of childbirth is a blessing to women who experience extra difficulty in giving birth the natural way. The CS procedure offers them, as well as to their babies, greater safety in delivery. The growing penchant for CS, however, had alarmed the WHO a few decades back noting the increasing and unjustifiable rise of childbirth through this artificial method. The Organization issued a statement against the increasing CS rates in the hope of encouraging women back to the traditional method of giving birth. It seems, however, that the WHO’s declaration fell on deaf ears because... ?Running Head: CAESAREAN SECTION IN...
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Impact of Microfinance on Developing Countries
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...Developing Countries Literature Review In a good number of countries, poor people continue to be excluded from formal financial institutions and other formal financial systems. This may range from partial exclusion as in most developed countries, to full exclusion in developing and poor countries (Idowu, 2008). With no access to financial systems, the poor have to define new informal ways through which they have to guarantee their financial survival while at the same time obtaining seed capital for development. Such informal community based institutions are meant to meet their daily and long-term financial needs, a gap that is perfectly filled by the micro financial... ?Impact of Microfinance on...
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Social-multinational companies and developing countries
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...developing countries The Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP) is the prescription of World Bank and IMF for the woes of developing countries in the post second world war era. Intense debate is happening across the globe particularly after the catastrophic collapse of this programme throughout Latin America and a series of popular discontent unleashed against these measures (Totten, pars. 1-8). On the other hand two giant economies of Asia, India and China are often called booming economies and projected as the success of SAP. Though these programmes are in existence since 1950s... Sathya Prakash Manimunda Manimunda 7 June 2008 Social- Multinational Companies and...
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Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries
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...developing countries. There are some very important examples that have emerged in this regard. These include among other nations, India and Africa. Africa especially is an area of interest since it has shown enormous growth in the recent years due to FDI than any other effort that has been carried out in the past. The paper critically explores the role of FDIs in the improvement of economic conditions of Africa and India... of paper I pledge that I have complied with the [institute's in this work Full number and Semester and year Date of submission ABSTRACT There are now growing number of examples that support the potential role of FDIs in improving the economic situation of poor nations and devel...
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Growth and development in Developing countries
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...Development in Nigeria amid Economic Challenges Growth and Development in Nigeria amid Economic Challenges IntroductionThere is a paradox surrounding the state of growth and development in Nigeria. Diverse sectors in Nigeria register growth yet the level of development remains stagnant. However, of great concern is the notion that as other parts of the world faced the economic downturn, Nigeria was not spared. The country boasts of very rich economic development opportunities in oil industry and agriculture sector among others. Indeed, the country’s economy has experienced challenges since 1980’s. It is admissible that the current economic situation appears even more uncertain... . The...
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The Role of Women in Developing Countries
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...country nor is it accorded importance in establishing the economic planning of a country. However, the woman's work is substantial and important in the functioning of the entire society. In developing countries, a woman's role is even more important as the family's well-being and survival depends heavily on the role of women as providers of supplementary income. The income of the male breadwinner of the family is usually inadequate to meet the family's numerous needs. (Levy, 1988). The sociological concept of functionalism enables one to understand the importance... The woman's work at home which keeps families and communities functioning is not reflected in the gross national product of any...
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Communication and social change in developing countries
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...Developing Countries QUESTION ONE The developing nations or the third world had fought for their cause in the United Nations and its agency, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization or the UNESCO. The UN acceded to their demands and passed several declarations and resolutions. Altogether, these declarations and resolutions formed a New International Information Order or NIIO. The NIIO enabled the international community to work collectively and actively to maintain an equitable balance in the international flow of information. As was to be expected, the United States and the other industrially developed and powerful western nations... Communication and Social Change in...
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Democracy and Religion in Developing Countries
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...developing countries In this decade, where religious resurgence and democratization are considered to be the most important developments, there is a concern whether democracy works in Islamic countries. This concern is due to many reasons among which common ones are those that indicates that movements of religious revival sometimes follow or coincide with the formation of democratic political systems. In the Muslim world, particularly developing countries issues concerning political democracy are raised with special force because of the strength of the Islamic resurgence and the intensity of the demands in recent years which demand... _________ Grade ___________ d: 2008-12-14 Democracy and Religion in...
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'Catch-Up' Problem in Developing Countries
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...DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 'Catch-Up' Problem in Developing Countries s 'Catch-Up' Problem in Developing Countries The Asian crisis of the late 1990s altered the fortunes of those stricken countries overnight, turning the much-ballyhooed economic miracle into chaos. Japan too became (and still is) trapped in a banking crisis of its own making after the bubble of 1987-1990. A supposedly distinctive East Asian, or Japanese, model of economic growth suddenly lost its lustre, and the American model of free-market capitalism came to triumph. The Asian economies were then compelled to reform their regulatory and institutional structures by adopting more market-oriented... Running Head: 'CATCH-UP' PROBLEM IN...
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Issues of Catch-up in Developing Countries
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...developing countries) Globalisation of production and investment in recent years has led to a situation where long-term capital inflows from advanced economies to developing economies is taking place at a rapid pace. No doubt this has contributed immensely to the economic growth and development of these nations. In this process while on the one hand global knowledge is being used locally at the same time local societies too are moving towards a knowledge society with an increased level of locally produced knowledge. It is still widely believed about the developing world that most of the knowledge and the transition societies is produced outside the region... Case Study-Nike (The problem of 'catch-up' in...
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Foreign Direct Investment for Developing Countries
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...Developing Countries Introduction Foreign direct investment helps in the open andalso effective international economic system. FDI is one of the leading catalysts to development and growth of worlds economy. One of the most chronic problems among the developing countries is the fact that they do not have enough or adequate finance to make investments in their countries. This has led to most developing countries and to a large extends developing economies and those still in transition to divert they attention to FDI as the main source of economic development. Chaudhuri and Mukhopadhyay (2014, p. 10) say that FDI is one of the key options for economic growth of developing... Foreign Direct Investment in...
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Information Communication Technology in the developing countries
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...Developing Countries In the United s, United Kingdom, Germany and other developed countries, the transition over the years has been from agriculture to industry to service, leading to an overall stable economy for major countries in an electronic age. In a global economy it is necessary to be able to communicate quickly and easily, and the Internet has become a way to offer immediate information to all societies. A study of most developing countries shows agriculture as the dominant source of income from ancient times, with a growing movement toward IT-enabled services (ITES), in some cases bypassing industrial pursuits... Changing Cultures and Effectiveness of Information Communication Technology in...
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Fair trade for the developing countries
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...developed countries have seen unprecedented growth over the past few years butthe opportunities for developing countries have been limited. Considering the same, the introduction of fair trade has been a welcome change for the developing countries. Fair trade provides a very good opportunity for the developing countries to progress and there are several developing countries that are making the most of this opportunity. This paper will throw light upon fair trade and how effective it is for the developing countries. Introduction Fair trade is a practice which is predominant in developing countries; developing countries make the most of fair trade. It is very fair... s Micro Economics 3 May 2009 The...
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