1 paragraph – must contain substantive content and cite any references. Question: Does the concept of judicial interpretation of the law mean that judges can make whatever law they wish? And how can courts remain flexible, if they are required to follow precedent? Please explain in detail.
Finance in Action: McDonald’s Corporation – Good Corporate Citizen-unit one Balancing wealth maximization and social responsibility is difficult. You may want to focus on the McDonald’s Corporation as a way of showing that good management can accomplish both goals, of wealth maximization and social responsibility. Please provide some examples of what McDonalds has and continues to do to meet obligations and still deliver a profit. Do you think it is truly possible for every company?
No single yardstick, such as location of headquarters, the number of nationals in key positions, percentage of investments abroad, equity proportion etc., is sufficient to establish a firm’s multinationality. So argues Perlmutter and others What to YOU would make a MNC (multinational company) be identified as an “American company” or a “Japanese Company”?
Need 1 paragraph for discussion topic. Please cite any references. Answers must be contain substantive content. Question: What is the difference between Criminal and Civil law? Provide a real-world example of a dispute that would be classified as civil law and one that could be classified as criminal law.
Assignment 1: How Big Global Businesses Compare Due Week 4 and worth 200 points Select one (1) global industry, such as the automobile or cell phone industry. Next, use the Internet to research three (3) major international competitors within the chosen industry. Take note of manner in which the popular international business press (e.g., newspapers, magazines, e-zines, press releases, etc.) depicts the selected companies. Write a four to five (4-5) page paper in which you: Compare and contrast the three (3) models of culture. Next, select one (1) of the researched international competitors, and ascertain the model of culture that […]
For this assignment, you will providing a brief (200 word) abstract of an article that you choose and then creating a PowerPoint presentation (4-6 slides) to express the key points of the article you choose and how they support or challenge the course readings for this week( Global Human Capital Study Metal & Mining, IBM Study_ Unlocking the DNA of the Adaptable Workforce).
The Costs of Globalization” Please respond to the following: Globalization and the freedom of trade existed before all the boarders and international boundaries were set up and trade regulations put in place. Based on the information in Chapter 3 of the textbook, provide your opinion as to whether you believe that territorialization and international boundaries are based on fear of invasion or a tactic to protect a country’s own economy. Provide a rationale for your response. Assignment 1: Position Paper Public administration is an essential link between citizens and governments. With the rapid pace of globalization, the public sector is […]
The Cold War was a 44-year conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union, the two largest superpowers in the world when it began in 1946. At the end of World War II, the Soviet Union was in shambles. They had 20-27 million war-related deaths, and Germany occupied several of their republics, not to mention the damage to their economy (Painter, 1999, p. 5). Because Stalin was afraid that Germany would recover and rearm with the Soviet Union as a target, he became paranoid and “it was desperate to protect its perceived vital national security interests in Eastern Europe […]
There are many factors that lead to the collapse of communism. Such as anti-Soviet nationalists which put the nation and their needs above those of communism. This was also fueled by the members of the Soviet Union wanting nicer consumer goods such as blue jeans and newer music such as Michael Jackson and Jazz. These were things that the Soviet Union tried to keep out due to wanting to be able to control their citizens and how they portrayed the outside world. However, with the Soviet Union having control over much of Eastern Europe this was very hard for them […]
The collapse of Communism began with “deepening of respect of human rights” and the “creation of democratic institutions” (Thomas, 2005, p. 110). Liberalism began to shift people’s views from Communism. Poland, Hungary, East Germany, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, and Romania all started to turn away from those political governments ruled by Communists. There were civilian protests, which got violent in Romania. One of the reasons that Communism was so popular to begin with, especially in the Soviet Union, was the thought that it would help the economy. After Stalin died in 1953, there was a scramble by several Communists to become ruler. […]