The article examines whether and how China’s investment in Central Asian countries affects import and export trade. The analysis methods of this article include descriptive statistics and empirical analysis, which are used to describe the relationship and trend of China’s FDI to Central Asian countries and import and export trade.
The year 2020 will go down in the history of retail as a year of overcoming problems and opening new possibilities. One of the benefits of an otherwise unfavourable situation is the fact that customers have begun to realize how important retail is to their daily lives.
This paper examines the efficient operation of the Romanian labour market, as measured by the relevant indicators of labour demand and supply from 2008Q2 to 2016Q3. The survey conducted for this purpose revealed fluctuations in the number and rate of job vacancies, respectively in the unemployment rate.
This paper investigates three prominent Australian universities and their Engineering undergraduates’ belief in the importance of further education and their desire to further develop their specialist expertise through postgraduate study.
An American-Based Study Examining the Relationship Between Participants’ Demographic Profiles and Attitudes Regarding Business Outsourcing Techniques and Strategies
This study quantifiably examined the relationship between participants’ demographic profiles and attitudes regarding business outsourcing techniques and strategies utilizing the Chi-Square and Fisher’s Exact tests, to gain a greater understanding of what these American-based beliefs truly are.
Character Strengths as a Tool of Resilience-Oriented Vocational Training for Managerial Staff in a Life – Long Learning Perspective
The main purpose of this paper is to contribute to building Resilient Organization issues. The author discusses a psychological approach to resilience, from Robert Jay Lifton’s to Martin Seligman’s conceptual perspectives.