In terms of labour market outcomes, the emigration process tends to temporary ease the pressures generated by high unemployment rates, thus leading to a slight employment increase.
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The aim of this paper is to provide the critical analysis of the potential determinants of FDI.
Building of Social Capital among Workers in Project Teams and Its Effect on Knowledge Sharing: a Saudi Arabia’s Cultural Context
We explore how knowledge sharing process is facilitated through Saudi Arabia network system rooted in national culture.
Estimating a simple model of LFP with logistic methodology, we find that poverty, age and urbanization are significantly related with LFPR of informal labour market in Cameroon.
Development of the Tax System in the Slovak Republic after 1993 and Prospects for Tax Harmonization as A Member of the European Union
The aim of harmonization is to protect the common market, the removal of fiscal frontiers in the European Union, focusing mainly on direct and indirect taxes.
The paper attempts to establish a frank and open picture of the state of the game, with the right balance between theory and authentic professional experience of the author.
People as a Source of Competitive Advantage during Recruitment and Retention of Senior Managers in Financial Services Sectors in Laos
If the organisations do not treat their employees properly, the best people will have different options and be the first to leave.
If we have a better understanding of this problem in the future, we could open appropriate again, but only after we introduce more effective means of regulation in project management.
This paper introduces a new hybrid clustering method using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) and Balanced Scorecard (BSC) methods.
Local governments should create their strategies to appreciate and support cultural activities as their potential for renewal of rural society.