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    • Labor Demand and Supply, and Institutional Policy Behind Nonstandard Employment in Japan 

      Araya, Ericka Robles (2013)
      Nonstandard employment is growing in Japan and according to many governmental surveys from the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication: Statistics Bureau, Director General for Policy Planning and Statistical Research ...
    • Labor Market Aspect of International Business: Contrasts between Europe and the United States 

      Blumentritt, Martin S. (1999)
      Differences between societies must be observed when it comes to international business. Business practices vary by region, and are formed by the people and cultures that make up these societies. In the last year, I have ...
    • Land-use Planning and School Districts: Examining the Trends 

      Sage, Shauna (2002)
      Convening for action is an action oriented project that will create a countywide voluntary land use planning procedure" (McKinney and Cunningham). The project contains various missions, several of which I saw in action ...
    • The Launch of the Mabuyu Snack Into the U. S. Market 

      Hassan, Farhiya Hussein (2015)
      Delickie Baobab Seeds Mabuyu Company is a successful snack company located in Nairobi Kenya. The snack company has experienced a tremendous amount of growth in their native country as well as in other neighboring East ...
    • The Leader-Member Exchange Theory 

      Woodfork, James J., Jr. (2004)
      Leader-member exchange theory is a form of social exchange theory that describes the individual relationships that form between manager and salesperson in an organization. Through thorough research of the topic an ...
    • Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare 

      Oliphant, David T. (2010)
      Health care expenditures are currently one of the fastest growing components of the United States' GDP. According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), "In 1960, healthcare expenditures accounted for ...
    • Legislative Leadership: A Review of the Literature 

      Rogers, Andrew C. (2004-11-23)
      This paper examines the degree to which legislative leaders in the modern era are expected to expend energy on public relations, campaign activities, and interaction with other government officials, perhaps at the expense ...
    • Letting People Know... How to Efficiently Market a Product: Marketing Strategy vs. Marketing Plan 

      Guldan, Matthew R. (2010)
      Over the course of the last four months, from June 2010 to September 2010, I conducted a marketing and research internship with my dad's newly emerging company, Waste Water Heat Transfer Systems, also known as 'W2HTS'. ...
    • Licking County Municipal Court: An Analysis of the Effects ·Economics has on Crime 

      Goumas, Amanda (2008)
      During the summer of 2008 I undertook an internship at the Licking County Municipal Court in Newark, Ohio. My main objective during this internship was to gain experience and learn more about a profession in law. I also ...
    • Life Cycle Investing: The Art of Investing 

      Sherwood, David (1995)
      Is money simply a medium of exchange or does it represent the goal of every individual in the world. It is often thought that this monetary goal will result in freedom, but what does the word freedom actually mean? Freedom ...
    • The Line at Stryker Corporation 

      Konwinski, Kyle (2005)
      Stryker Corporation is a multi-billion dollar publicly traded company. It is one of the top businesses in the medical industry market. This papers deals with the innermost workings of the company from the point of view ...
    • Linking Brazil's Persistent Economic Problems to Inefficient Government Policy 

      Kirk, Alexis (1999)
      Throughout the first half of this century, and until the mid- to late 1960s, the Brazilian economy was generally perceived as a dynamic, vital force that attracted large volumes of foreign capital. Industrialization ...
    • Literature Survey: Innovation in the Cruise Line Industry & Marketing Plan: The Disney Adventure 

      Rekowski, Bryan (2009)
      The purpose of this paper is to analyze the progression of the innovative features offered on cruise ships and show the correlation of innovation to a successful cruise industry that directly contributes and impacts the ...
    • Little Caesars: Prospects in Hong Kong; A Strategic Analysis of the Food Retailing Industry 

      Davenport, Samuel M. (2011)
      This paper is primarily a strategic analysis of the Hong Kong fast food market. There is an emphasis on unveiling potential opportunities and threats facing Little Caesars' entry into Hong Kong's fiercely competitive ...
    • Living Wage Legislation 

      Gnyp, Bryan (2003)
      The following project is a requirement for graduation from Kalamazoo College. The first part of the project focuses on a research issue. Poverty is becoming a major concern in the United States. However, poverty is not ...
    • Living Wage Ordinances: Maintaining Healthy Local Economies 

      Spaid, Laura J. (2003)
      This paper discusses the failures of the minimum and prevailing wages along with the promise of a living wage. The minimum wage began to fail in the 1980's as the real value of minimum wage dropped to its lowest since ...
    • The Living Wage: How Effective is it? 

      Weatherhead, Lucas (2001)
      The first living wage ordinance was passed in Baltimore in 1994. Since then over 100 cities have adopted similar living wage laws in an attempt to reduce urban poverty. This report looks at an actual campaign case study. ...
    • Local Development in National and Regional Contexts: The case of Coca, Ecuador 

      Kleine, Amy N. (1995)
      This study will examine the socio-economic conditions of Francisco de Orellana, a town carved into the Amazon jungle of Ecuador, which began as a tiny village containing no more than a few small buildings, and grew over ...
    • Local Government Outsourcing: An Analysis ofthe Branch County Government 

      Dubois, Querubin (2014)
      For local governments with limited budgets, outsourcing may seem like a cost effective solution to budgetary constraints and fiscal stresses. However, privatization often comes with the fear that service quality will suffer ...
    • Local Governments and The Power to Alter Economic Conditions 

      Arion, Mason H. (2002)
      The purpose of this research project is to determine what a city government can do to increase economic activity. In doing so four main topics emerged and became the main themes of the paper. The first main section deals ...