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...Regulation First, Middle Initial (s), Last Affiliation Outline of Financial Regulation INTRODUCTION a) b) Background of the Financial Regulations LITERATURE REVIEW a) Motivating Factors b) Objectives 1. Importance of Financial Regulation CONCLUSION Abstract In the current decade, the financial crisis has emerged among the greatest threats in the field of business across the globe. It is considered to be a threat for a long time. There are numerous elements that cause a financial crisis which pose as a motivation behind the implementation of the financial regulation system. There are numerous driving and motivating factors that stimulated the implementation of the financial... ...
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Government Regulation
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...Regulation The society today has numerous shortfalls and conflicts brought about by criminal elements withinthe society. As such, every government, or established authority needs to take charge of the situation by maintaining peace, law and order. The main way of maintaining peaceful co-existence of members within a given society is by establishing laws, rules and regulations against which law enforcement agencies use to apprehend offenders. Therefore, regulation is the legal framework set up by the government or any other ruling authority within a society that prevents and controls or restricts certain events or activities that may influence the society... ?JianpengSu ENGL 102 03/11/13 Government...
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Internet regulation
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...regulation………………………………..………..….3 ii) Already existing solution b. Internet regulation among consumers ………..…………..3 c. Internet regulation in the commercial sector…………..….4 d. Government involvement …………………………..……..5 iii) Proposed solution………………………………………………………5 iv) Solution ……………………………………….…………..………6 Name: Course: Instructor: Date Internet regulation i) Introduction The internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that utilizes the standard internet protocol suite to link several billion devices globally. It is the form of communication platform that is most popular in all parts of the world due to increase in computer... i) Introduction……………………………………………………………....………..2 a. Internet...
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Insurance regulation
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...regulations be assessed in order to discover both their positive aspects and their shortcomings. This will provide the ground work for developing an insurance regulatory framework for Kuwait. Assessing current insurance regulations and analyzing their shortcomings will help in developing future insurance regulation. These developments and modifications would probably have a positive affect on the insurance industry and mostly would benefit all sectors of society. Three issues are important for researching the issue of solvency regulation. - First, a general discussion of a few concepts that are related to the issue... of insurance...
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Bank regulation
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...Regulations By Lecturer’s and Bank Regulations: Introduction Ever since the start of the bankingbusiness, governments have tried to regulate and lay down policies that enable fair banking and business practices. Banking regulation is a branch of financial regulation that governments apply to ensure sanity and fairness in the financial sector. Banking regulation involves regulation and supervisions that ensure that banks adhere to guidelines and regulations that aim to promote integrity in the banking sector. Regulation therefore ensures the banks are open and transparent with their customers to prevent cases of dishonesty. Banks are big players in the financial sector of governments... in the...
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Regulation/Deregulation
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...regulation and deregulation in the recent financial crisis Introduction Regulation of the financial system actually entails setting up rules and regulations and also establishing an enforcement mechanism that is designed to control the operation of the systems constituent institutions and markets (Macey, 5). The main objectives of regulation are basically to raise state revenue, minimize the risk of financial crisis and to limit or channel financial power to an advantage. After the financial crisis of 2008/2009 in the U.S, consumer organizations, labor unions and political parties advocated the tightening of financial regulation. Deregulation is basically concerned with reducing... The effects of...
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Environmental regulation
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...Regulations The U.S. Environment Protection Agency (EPA) has been assigned the responsibility of formulating regulations for environment protection. Without writing regulations, laws on environment protection can not be enforced against those individuals, businesses, local and state governments, non-profit organizations and others, not adhering to the currently in-force regulations (EPA, “Regulations,” par. 1). The process of writing a regulation starts with the need of the regulation. Different regulations have somewhat similar reasons for their formulation but the normal process of creating a regulation is a three-step process (EPA, “Laws and Regulations,” par. 1). In step 1 EPA... ?Environmental...
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Airline Regulation
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...regulations since it concerns public safety. The case of the 9/11 attack is a grim reminder that there is always a potential threat to American nation due to its political inclinations globally. Aside from the safety factor, the airline industry must be regulated to protect the consumer rights of the passengers since monopoly is existent which results to high travel fare. Moreover, decrease in airline profitability can be correlated with air accidents due to a tarnished brand name. This paper then intends to propose to the Board of Directors the benefits of government regulations across the airline industry... Government Control in Airline Safety The government should have control over airline...
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Legal Regulation
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...Regulation Regulation implies providing frameworks and rules for businesses and other activity. Some elements of business activity such as Advertising standards Authority offers a voluntary code of ethics for regulating advertising behaviors in some countries are self regulating. It is therefore advisable that many areas of business need to be regulated by the government via setting up of compulsory regulation rules supported by legal sanctions like fines to those who violate the rules. Regulation is the ability to control the conduct of oneself in order to conform to...
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Securities regulation
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...Regulations versus Rules-based Security Regulations There has been a critical debate as to whether accountants should adopt principle-based regulation or the rules-based regulations, owing to their requirement to prepare their financial statements based on the above regulations. However, accountants may opt for either of them, based on their merits and demerits. For instance, in the rules-based regulations, accountant ought to follow the laid down procedures (detailed rules) in the preparation of the financial documents. Most accountants have been perceived to opt for this security regulation because, in the event of discrepancies, they may be able to defend themselves in the events... Principles-based...
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Media Regulation
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...Regulation in a Post-9/11 World Supervisor: Miriam Rivett Student name: Yushuai Cheng Student number: 2240547 Contents Page 1 Contents Page 2 Abstract Page 3 Introduction Page 4 Section I Media As Guardian Page 4 The Fourth Estate Page 7 Media Independence from the State Page 8 UK Accountability Systems Page 9 British Communications Bill Page 11 Section II Media Regulation Page 11 Media Regulation in the UK Page 13 Media Regulation in the US Page 15... JCM 3992 Single-Weight Proposition Module 2006/7 Semester One United We Fall: The Politics of US/UK Media Content...
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Insurance regulation
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...regulations be assessed in order to discover both their positive aspects and their shortcomings. This will provide the ground work for developing an insurance regulatory framework for Kuwait. Assessing current insurance regulations and analyzing their shortcomings will help in developing future insurance regulation. These developments and modifications would probably have a positive affect on the insurance industry and mostly would benefit all sectors of society. Three issues are important for researching the issue of solvency regulation. - First, a general discussion of a few concepts that are related to the issue... of insurance...
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Multistate Regulation
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...Regulation Multi Regulation Multi regulation involves restricting the access medical practitioners from different states have on other states. This means that, when a registered, medical practitioner from one state is in a different state, there are rules that determine if they do, or do not have the jurisdiction to practice in the state they are visiting. Over the years, these regulations have brought up heated arguments and debates as to why nurses, for example, may be prohibited from practicing their occupation because of their geographical setting. The domain of the nursing practice is expanded on a daily basis through...
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Takeover regulation
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...Regulation Introduction One of the fundamental occurrences in the modern corporate environment is the takeover. In business, thetakeover process simply refers to the occurrence wherein one organization purchases another. This process refers to both friendly and hostile takeovers. Friendly takeovers simply occur when one organization tenders an offer to another organization and the board of directors accepts or declines the offer. In the corporate world, where publically traded organizations have a multitude of owners – indeed, in the United Kingdom the takeover only refers to publically traded companies -- the process becomes complicated, and the potential for the hostile... ? US and UK Takeover...
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Airline regulation
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...Regulation of Airline Industry The deregulation of the US airline industry in 1978 has brought about myriad economic benefits for both airline companies and their customers. However, current problems in the industry have raised the question of whether government regulation may be indeed crucial in addressing prevailing conditions. This paper discusses the need as well as the extent by which government should exercise control over the airline industry. Need for Government Regulation To some degree, government regulation may be deemed as vital in keeping the efficiency level within the airline industry. Since the...
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Financial Regulation
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...Regulation in UK Introduction The regulation of financial markets and its implications have been a topic of considerable interest among researchers and policy makers for a long time. On the one hand, it is argued that the regulation of financial markets has welfare benefits due to the existence of market imperfections (Llewelleyn, 1999). On the other hand, it is argued that financial market regulation imposes significant costs to an economy that outweighs the benefits (Benston, 1998).The debate remains unsettled. In this essay, the failure of financial regulation in UK in the light of the recent financial crisis is discussed. This essay is organized as follows... FINANCIAL REGLATION IN UK Financial...
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Airline Regulation
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...regulation: The last two decades of de-regulation in the air transport industry had both good and bad consequences. Many in the industry strongly believe that the pros have out-weighed the cons. The rationale behind their beliefs is constructed below, as a way of justifying the status quo. Areas where the present rules do not apply are also elucidated. There are some analysts who believe that the flying experience was much better 20 years back, before the industry was de-regulated. The higher ticket prices ensured that companies did not go broke and consequently the employees were well paid. Also, back then, ticket prices did not depend on the time of purchase (Whitaker 7... ). If a...
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Self-regulation
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...regulation Self-regulation [The of the appears here] [The of appears here] Self-regulation can be seen as taking place when a group of firms or individuals exerts control over its own membership and their behavior. In Britain it is encountered in a number of professions and sports and in sectors such as financial services, advertising, insurance, and the press. A host of arrangements can be seen as self-regulatory and variations in the characteristics of self-regulatory regimes can be identified. A first variable is the governmental nature of self-regulation. An association may self-regulate in a purely private sense--in pursuit of the private ends of its membership--or it may act... Running head:...
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Wheelchair regulation
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...regulations set from the United Kingdom for users of powered wheelchairs and mobility scooters (36 to 46) Foundation of the course Tutor: University Affiliation: Department: Date: The United Kingdom government laws have set rules and regulation to protect and guide people who use mobility scooters that are contained in the Highway Code Rules for users of powered wheelchairs and mobility scooters (36-46). The rules provide advice and guidance specifically to the use of powered wheelchairs and mobility scooters. The first section of the deals with Powered wheelchairs and mobility scooters, also called Invalid Carriages in law (36 to 37). In the Use of Invalid Carriages on Highways... The rules and...
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Environmental Regulation
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...Regulation There is an increasing respect concerning the environmental regulation enforcement that might be successful in some cases however not in all cases. Implementing the regulation may be totally proper and essential in order to take action against the erring entities those are knowingly breaking the law. However it could be hindering rather than serving the purpose in persuading conformity by individuals being brought into a regulated system initially. A conscious and additional effort needed by regulators to add other mechanisms to respond to the diverse reasons of non-compliance. Preference to other dealings in addition to customary enforcement responses stems from a conviction... Environmental...
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Bank regulation
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...Regulations By Key words: Global financial crisis Bank Regulation Introduction The global financial crisis that was first experienced from 2010 and initially offset by the bursting of the housing bubble in the US led to the discovery of a number of shortcomings relating to the practices and policies that were being employed by financial institutions at the time coupled with the supervisory and regulatory agencies involved (Boeckman 2013). The deficiencies exposed by the crisis showed for instance how the holdings of the financial institutions were inadequate with respect to capital of high quality, shortcomings relating to the supervisor of rudimentary...
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Business regulation
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...Regulations in UK Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Instructor Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Date Introduction It is quite evident that Europe is considered as the globe heaviest drinking region. In recent years, United Kingdom has experienced an increase in binge drinking among adolescents. Research indicates that among 15-16 years old, one in six teenagers have been in binge drinking. Alcohol is the third leading factor for both illness and death in Europe. Approximately, 25% of deaths in males and 11% of death in female across United Kingdom is largely caused by alcohol... Effective Alcohol Marketing...
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Regulation of Commercial Banking
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...Regulation of Commercial Banking: Why, How and to What Extent' The features of regulation of commercial banking and the extent to which banking regulations could be described are suggested here. The discussion deals with the different types of banking regulations in US, UK and other countries, the relevance of these regulations, the relations between financial institutions and government authorities and the role of banking regulations in bringing about financial stability of a region. The focus is on the regulations of commercial banking and institutions and the different...
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The Regulation of Sport
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...regulation of sports in the European communities is a good thing, but too much is not good either. Specifically, his white paper "sets out a case for EU intervention in sport where this is necessary and helpful, but it accepts that much sporting activity is not usefully the subject of elaborate EU supervision, and it instead recognises the proper role of other public and private actors. And - contrary to the complaints loudly and frequently expressed by those involved in the governance of sport - the Commission is by no means ignorant or dismissive of the value... The governing body for the sport of rifle shooting has a rule to the effect that the target must be of prescribed dimensions and must be...
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Federal Aviation Regulation
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...regulation al affiliation Federal Aviation Regulation In that aviation has helped development the globalization of our reality, it is essential to audit our beginnings and anticipate where we see ourselves later on. In the United States, the beginnings of todays Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) and the national governments regulation of common flying began with the Air Commerce Act of 1926 (Canavan, 2002). Around then, avionics industry pioneers and additionally Congress had becoming concerns with wellbeing norms. The Air Commerce Act of 1926, enabled and tasked the Secretary of Commerce with oversight power identified with: drafting and authorizing air activity principles... , permitting...
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Banking regulation and risk
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...Regulation and Risk The 2008 financial crisis that started in the United s and immediately spilled over to many economies across the globe highlighted several problems that need to be addressed in the current financial system in order to prevent the same catastrophe from happening again. The gravity of the problem is underscored by the length and the damage wrought by the slump, which some economists called as a recession and financial shock. In the effort of prevention, it is crucial to identify the causes of the financial crisis. Understanding the Slump Technically, it was the collapse of the American subprime lending market that has caused the crisis. But from its manifestation... in the...
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U.S. Airline Industry Regulation
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...REGULATION The paper determines the result of airline industry deregulation. The policies and the experiments that determined the phase and dominance of free market flourished greatly. The main aim of the policy was to improve the industry performance and ensure equal availability of airline facilities to every passenger. The paper also discusses the pros and cons of regulation and deregulation and the need of air line industry to be reregularized. U.S Airline Industry Regulation The main purpose behind the regulation by government is to maintain a stable industry. The air transport industry since its beginning has faced ups and downs. Since the deregulation, the air transport... U.S AIRLINE INDUSTRY...
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Economic--Government Regulation
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...regulation Introduction Regulation refers to legal frameworks put in place to restrict, control and or prevent certain effects, which mayinclude but not limited to behaviour, action, authority and right. governments especially the legislative and the executive branches of the government have been highly instrumental in implementing rules that restricts operations and rights all over the country. Government regulation refers to a deliberate attempt by the government to put in place legal barriers to restrict and control certain undertakings by individuals as well as corporate bodies in the society. Regulation of a country’s affairs by the government is not a contemporary issue... as it is...
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Compounding Pharmacy Regulation
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...Regulation Compounding Pharmacy Regulation A compounding pharmacy can be illustrated as a unique pharmacy that focuses and specializes in medication preparation through mixing of different ingredients to fulfill the requirements of certain patients. Compounding involve but not restricted to creation of modified drugs, developing of liquid versions of other solid medications to make them easer to swallow, adding flavors to medications especially for children and creating cream medication versions for application. Compounding is usually undertaken as a result of contamination or adulteration of the original drug (FTM Resource guide, n.d). Compounding of pharmaceutical drugs... Compounding Pharmacy...
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Government regulation of business
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...Regulation of Business Government Regulation of Business Most business organizations operating in the country identify themselves with four major environments namely political, environmental, social and technological environments. As far as the politician environment is concerned, government regulations of these businesses play very vital role in determining the course of business operations. Indeed several debates and discussions have gone on in the public on the effects of government regulation of businesses and whether or not these regulations should be expanded. Macaray (2013) argues that there is the need for more government regulation on business to be increased and intensified than... Government...
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Negalance in Childcare Regulation
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...Regulation will increase liabilities for the company Table of Contents Introduction: Basic Responsibilities of Childcare companies Basic OSHA Regulations Liabilities of Childcare companies to OSHA rules Negligence in Childcare Regulation that the childcare companies show in general Training that childcare companies need in OSHA regulations Conclusion: Childcare companies that do no train properly in OSHA Regulation will increase liabilities for the company References Introduction: Basic responsibilities of Childcare Companies In this modern age, most of the people are working at various places to earn money so that they could fulfill... Childcare companies that do no train properly in OSHA...
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Case Study of Regulation
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...Regulation: Case on Next Generation Broadband Technological advancement in the telecommunication industry led to the invention of the broadband technology. The technology sets to influence acquisition of telecommunication services. In the event of the technology roll out, players in the sector must iron out issues, which influence provision of the technology. Analysts observed that the introduction of new generation broadband had far reaching effects on the existing technology and need for exit criteria was eminent (Ofcom, 2008:10). The aim of instituting regulation is to protect interest of players in a given field. For instance, the roll out of the new...
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Marketing Ethics and Regulation
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...Regulation Every marketing decision is just not about being able to reflect a message about a certain brand or product and making a sale. The primary purpose of marketing is to be able to help consumers to be able to provide for their needs in the highest possible manner. Thus, once this is achieved, it is called a successful marketing. However, there are a lot of things people need to know and consider to be able to make this possible. One of the most important guidelines in doing so would come from the code of ethics. Code of ethics is a list of guidelines and regulations that would direct any marketer to make the right decisions when it comes to any marketing move... Ethics and Regulation Every...
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Governance, Regulation and Ethics
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...Regulation and Ethics Wall Street movie belongs to the category of prophetic films. This film is a jest about greedy and unethical business world. The motto of the main hero, a self-centered greedy businessman, Gordon Gekko (M. Douglas) is the following: “Greed is Good” (Wall Street Movie Synopsis). This man is a corporate raider and there is hardly something sacred for him. He is followed by Bud Fox (Charlie Sheen) who is young and craving for money and fame (Weiser, 2008). Fox joins greedy Gekko and tries to copy his actions and ruins his inner world. Fox quickly gets used to rape, murder and follow no ethical principles. Finally, going up a career ladder turns into a destructive... ?Governance,...
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Regulation of Paralegals
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...regulations are concerned with giving particular duties that the paralegals can perform and what they require to qualify for the position (Kaz & Juliet, 2000). Reasons behind the movement The paralegal regulations are becoming very vivid in the current society. Before there was a clear cut line of the different responsibilities an attorney and a paralegal had to do. The paralegal profession has gained popularity because a large number of people are becoming paralegals. The reason for bringing up regulations pertaining paralegals is because... Introduction A paralegal can be known as a legal assistant. It is a term used to refer to an individual who offers assistant to a lawyer when delivering a legal...
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Employee Relations: regulation
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...regulates the activities and behaviour of trade unions, works councils, and employers' associations and the pattern of interaction between the two sides of industry. (Heery and Noon, 2001). The Employee Relationship The employee relationship refers tothe relationship between the parties to a contract of employment. (It was formerly known as master and servant.) The relationship is governed by the express and implied terms of the contract and by statutory rules that the contract cannot exclude. These relate, for example, to unfair dismissal, redundancy... Introduction. According to Heery and Noon (2001), employment law is the body of law that governs the sphere of employment relations. It is made up ofthe ...
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Governance Regulation and Ethics
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...regulations based on relationships with consumers becomes a main obligation of businesses. The corporate social responsibility that applies to this is based on the focus of offering the best protection to consumers as a social obligation while ensuring that there are initiatives and responsibilities taken for consumer protection. In “Civil Action,” there is a question of the governance taken, specifically because the actions of a company don’t offer consumer protection or environmental concerns with the main actions. The questions which are presented are inclusive of relationships with consumers that are put into question and which lead to complexities... ?Task The concept of consumer protection and...
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Mutual Fund Regulation
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...regulates mutual fund companies and other investment companies. The 1940 Act provides for the disclosure and information relative to the investment... ?The United s Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit Yu, Appellant, v. Street Corporation, Respondent No. 001 Argued Nov. 20, November 27, 2011 Justice, C.J.; and Judge One and Judge Two, Js. Attorney A, for the Appellant. Attorney B for the Respondent. The Appellant Yu on behalf of himself and others, appeals the judgment given by the United States District Court Southern District of New York on 31st March 2011 in favor of the Respondent State Street Corporation. On appeal, the Appellant argues that the court erred in denying the Appellant’s claims against...
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Does Turkey need regulation
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...Regulation? Advertising is one of those ‘necessary evils’ that are evidentin nearly every capitalistic society around the globe. Companies need an effective mechanism by which to tout their products and make them known to consumer. Barring that, they will have little opportunity to remain competitive and make significant enough revenue in order to stay in business. At the same time, society is crying out for regulation about all types of advertising, claiming that it has invaded their lifestyle, encroached upon their freedom to decide on their own, and is influencing certain vulnerable populations to purchase products they have no reason buying in the first place... ? Day Month Year Does Turkey Need...
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Regulation of Banks
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...Regulation of Banks Introduction The banking and banking regulations have played chief roles in the development of different countries and their financial systems1. This implicates that banks have now gained a distinctive and central role in the countries’ fiscal markets through the usage of the deposits in various ways such as lending. The banking central role is that it functions as the facilitator of a country’s growth and development. The banks manage to perform the provided function through various strategic ways such as financial intimidation, provision of efficient payment structures and the facilitation of implementations concerning financial policies. Although banking has greater... Task...
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Self Regulation And Control
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...regulation and control Effectiveness of five positive psychology techniques The art of positive psychology involves analyzing personal strengths and weaknesses. According to Keyes & Hadit (2003) positive psychology is a process that incorporates self healing and self therapy technique. The five positive techniques are positive emotions, positive thinking, positive choices, positive strengths and positive habits. The five techniques are greatly dependable on personal abilities to have positive traits. Additionally, the positive psychology techniques depend on the psychological strengths of an individual (Robbins, 2008). The author further points out that the relationship between psychology... Self...
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REGULATION, COMPLIANCE AND GOVERNANCE
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...Regulation, Compliance and Governance Failure in Corporate Governance Corporate governance can be defined as a set of processes, rules and practices that is followed by companies for controlling or directing their operations. It aims at balancing interests of the management and shareholders of a company by separating the ownership and control function. Effective corporate governance is seen to greatly enhance the outcome of a business. On neglecting this aspect, companies have faced even bankruptcy. There are several examples of corporate governance failure. The two major examples in this case are that of Enron Corporation and Northern Rock Bank. The essay highlights on similarities... and...
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Regulation of Airline Industry
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...Regulation of Airline Industry The deregulation of the US airline industry in 1978 has brought about myriad economic benefits for both airline companies and their customers. However, current problems in the industry have raised the question of whether government regulation may be indeed crucial in addressing prevailing conditions. This paper discusses the need as well as the extent by which government should exercise control over the airline industry. Need for Government Regulation To some degree, government regulation may be deemed as vital in keeping the efficiency level within the airline industry. Since the...
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REGULATION, COMPLIANCE AND GOVERNANCE
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...regulations related to bank ownership and did a lot of money laundering. The senior management of the company was involved in the manipulation of gapping the risk structure of the bank. Even the bank failed to make any profit for the last 19 years and issued unsecured loans with no documentation. The bad debts of the company were allegedly covered up with new deposits for which no records were maintained... Finance and Accounting Business model of Enron The business strategy followed by Enron in 1990s was to exploit new risk management forms in the energy supply chain. It started business in mid-1980, after merging with two utility companies. For the next ten years, Enron had good margins of profit,...
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Antitrust and Regulation
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...Regulation Competition law otherwise known as the antitrust law in the United s can be seen as legislation by various states governments to regulate trade and commerce through prevention of unlawful restraints, price fixing and monopolies. It seeks to promote competition and encourage production and sale of quality goods and services at low prices. The primary goal of antitrust is to safeguard the welfare of the public through ensuring that consumers' demands are met by the manufacturer and that the commodities are sold at fair prices. Antitrust aims to make businesses to compete fairly and has had a great effect on business practices... Toya Robinson Econ IB Mr. Fred Beebe May 19, 2009 Antitrust and...
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Financial Regulation and Supervision
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...Regulation & Supervision Financial Regulation & Supervision Insert Insert Grade Insert 22 March Financial Regulation & Supervision Introduction Andrews Pick & Mix is an online UK retailer that needs to enhance and ensure it puts in place a reliable and versatile debit and credit card processing service, which would consequently go a long way in helping its business operations. Reliable and versatile debit and credit card processing service not only enhances business operations, but also increases sales through enabling retailers to accept all means of payment at any given time from any part of the world. A reliable and first-rate efficient credit and debit card processing... ?Running head: Financial...
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Emotional Regulation in Pregnancy
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Approaches to banking regulation
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...regulation. As the search for the best supervision and regulation approaches continues, it is essential for the involved countries... ? Introduction Over the recent past decades, immense changes and growth in the financial sector across the globe have emerged. It is worth noting that, within the same period, a high number of countries across the world have suffered banking crises, which in some situations have resulted into costly bank failures and by extension severe economic disruption. Current changes in the banking sector, as well as banking crises, have caught the attention of policy makers and industry participants on the most appropriate way and strategy to adopt for banking supervision and...
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Advanced Financial Reporting & Regulation
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...Regulation Contents Introduction 3 Fair value accounting method as a contributor to the financial crisis 4 Fair valueaccounting as a messenger of the financial crisis 6 Benefits and drawback of fair value accounting measurement 7 Benefits of fair value accounting 8 Drawbacks of fair value accounting method 9 Historical cost accounting 10 Deprival value accounting 11 Replacement cost accounting 12 Conclusion 12 References 14 Introduction The recent Great Financial Crisis (GFC) that started in 2007-2008 was an event that led to major changes in the way the global financial and capital markets function. Also, the intensity of the impacts of the GFC was so high... . Financial...
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Self Regulation and Learning
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...Regulation The scholars’ performance is determined by their ability to coordinate their activities at different stages from planning to implementation (Zimmerman, 217). Being able to recognize personal potential, and utilizing the right skills in learning are of supreme significance for the achievement of their goals (Zimmerman, 218). Therefore, learners should assess their potential and utilize the most appropriate techniques relevant for achieving victory in their performance. This is what makes the difference between success and failure in learning activities. Learners, who recognize their ability to achieve success in studies, normally develop personal confidence and capability...  Self Regulatio...
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