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  • Student Intervention Case Study

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    Until then, Indonesia will look beyond the hills”. Beside the cons of student loan, it will open bigger chances for them who want to continue education at college but have limitation in finance. Even we found it has some risks, it becomes final solution when we can no longer hope that outstanding and underprivileged students will get free costs at colleges as contained in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesian. But, in implementing

  • How Did The French Nobility Responsible For The Crisis That Destroyed The Old Regime

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    destroyed the old regime? The French nobility, which made up the first and second estates did not pay taxes. This meant that only the third estate, made up of peasants, payed all of the taxes. France became bankrupt because of this. Calonne, the kings finance minister, proposed that the nobility start paying taxes, but the king did not listen to him and the nobility continued to spend large amounts of money even though France was bankrupt. This caused the crisis that destroyed the old regime. 2. What

  • The Pros And Cons Of Supply Chain

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    WHAT IS SUUPLY CHAIN Supply chain management (SCM) is the administer of materials, information, and finances as they move in a process from supplier to manufacturer to wholesaler to retailer to consumer. Supply chain management involves coordinating and integrating these flows both within and among companies. The concept of Supply Chain Management is based on two core ideas. 1) Practically every product that reaches an end user represents the cumulative effort of multiple organizations. These

  • For-Profit'shadow Universe By Clara Miller

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    Nonprofit Money: Managing in For-Profits’ Shadow Universe by Clara Miller. Summary of the different financial and business management considerations in the nonprofit and for-profit sectors. The thesis of Clara Miller’s article is the rules of money and finance that governed the nonprofit sector in comparison to those in the for-profit sector. According to the writer the nonprofit sector have hard rules that govern their money, which does not leave room for innovation and profit making as compared to the

  • Why Do English Use Hegemony

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    and technique,the finance and culture has been globalized. English has generally been considered as a global language by the first and second dispersal (Wikipedia.2014). Consistent with the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary (Oxford, 2010,p724), it means something is under control of another country or organization. Therefore language hegemony could refer to the phenomenon in which a foreign language enter into the country and become an urgent thing both in politics and finance. Finally it becomes

  • Why Obtain A College Degree

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    I was motivated to pursue my college degree because I wanted better for myself and for the family that I know I will have someday. At one point straight after high school I went to community college but I wasn't able to finish due to personal issues. And from there I would tell myself that I would go back to finish what I started but then years went by. So I stop delaying the process of furthering my education and just settling for any job that said I was hired, I wanted more. I wanted a better

  • The Importance Of Social Innovation

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    global value-added in services, where social innovation and service innovation are progressively overlapping. Nowadays, social innovation practice is often implemented in service sectors such as social services (e.g. social entrepreneurship), tourism, finance, health, and education (The World Bank, 2015). Although the paradigm of social innovation attracts the attention of practitioners and policy makers, there is currently no clear agreement about the concept of specific social innovation activities

  • Citibank Case Study

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    convenience and value. It also came up with a new ATM experience in the United States to make everyday transactions easier and launched the Access Accounts for clients who prefer to use digital banking services which provide greater control over their finances. Lastly, it introduced Citi Mobile Snapshot to enable clients to view deposit and credit card balances without the need of logging in to their

  • Examples Of Embezzlement

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    Abstract Imagine hiring someone and entrusting them to be in charge of your bookkeeping only to later realize that you are $1.8 million short. Embezzlement is defined as “the fraudulent appropriation of money or other property by a person to whom the money or property has been entrusted (Clarkson et al., 2012).” This embezzlement case involving employee Suzanne Glawatz and employer Dr. Marcelle Grassi is a type of white collar crime. A white collar crime is a “nonviolent crime committed by individuals

  • Examples Of Big Dreams

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    Big Dreams What is a dream? A dream is an ideal, a futuristic outlook of what and who we aspire to be, an envisioning of a better life from the present. Passion isn’t a dream, but a mere energy and zeal in quest of a channel or body to take it forward towards realising a dream. Not having a dream is a waste of a positive and powerful force that is not properly channelled and aimed at specific achievements. An example of a big dream for a Start-up could be to develop a big Shopping Mall in the township