The local dilemma about liberalization or intervention shall be solved by each local government by applying principles of subsidiarity and proportionality to local values and circumstances.
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This process is highly efficient for printing companies and also for bookstores as well. Bookstores should be no exception in being Print-on-demand printer owners.
The new law of “Family Entrepreneurship” was introduced in the Republic of Uzbekistan on the 26th April, 2012. Enforcement of this law has brought many changes in the domain of entrepreneurship.
Consumers’ Demographic Differences and the Country-of-Origin Effects on Evaluations of Product Categories: An International Study
The aim of this study is to fill in a gap in Country-of-Origin (COO) studies by assessing the relationship between COO and consumer decision-making processes in Morocco, an emerging market, and non-Western Mediterranean country and culture.
A contradiction of genesis and evolution of the global ownership and control mechanisms of the world economic system become the essential problem of the international political economy.
This paper finds slight differences in the relevance of political stability or economic growth on greenhouse gas emission.
Repositioning Nigeria: Application of Marketing Communication Tools by Political Parties in Campaign Programs
The results show that marketing communication tools enhance political campaign programs.
The study results revealed that only knowledge sharing was found positive and significant predictor of innovation whereas the effect of knowledge acquisition and responsiveness to knowledge on innovation was not significant.
Suggestion System as an HRM Tool to be Successful in Organisations in New Zealand: Some Empirical Evidence
Owners-managers of SMEs may sustain their competitive position and survive longer when knowledge is effectively and efficiently shared in order to increase their innovation capability.
The Dilemma of the Optimal Condition an Exploration of the Strategic and Social Consequences of the Organizational Change Imperative
Through pressures for legitimacy, organizational-level quality programs, and change oriented organizational roles, there is a possibility that an existing process, product, or service might already be optimal and is not in need of change.