Research Project Each student will write one short papers about 6-8 double-spaced pages each, for the economic and political / security issues respectively. If you have difficulty selecting a topic, you should consult the instructor immediately. You are encouraged to follow current events in East Asia by regularly reading relevant daily news from the New York Times, the Washington Post, Asia Times Online and such relatively high-quality weeklies as the Economist and Far Eastern Economic Review. All these publications have online editions. For more serious academic research on East Asia, please consult, among others, the following journals: Asian Survey, Asian Affairs, the China Quarterly, Current History, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, International Organization, Pacific Affairs, and World Politics. The proposal and paper must be typewritten, using 12 font….
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Assignment 1: Financial Research Report Due Week 9 and worth 300 points Imagine that you are a financial manager researching investments for your client. Use the Strayer Learning Resource Center to research the stock of any U.S. publicly traded company that you may consider as an investment opportunity for your client. Your investment should align with your client’s investment goals. (Note: Please ensure that you are able to find enough information about this company in order to complete this assignment. You will create an appendix, in which you will insert related information.) The assignment covers the following topics: • Rationale for choosing the company in which to invest• Ratio analysis • Stock price analysis• Recommendations Refer to the following resources to assist with completing your assignment: Stock Selection ….
EMOTIONS AS BLOCKS OR LESSONS There has always been a question in my mind regarding the use of emotions in attaining enlightenment/self-awareness. It is said that emotions come and go in waves. That often times we try to suppress the negative emotions like anger, lust, greed, jealousy, fear, sadness etc. thereby creating a shadow space in ourselves comprising all the unaccepted parts of ourselves like the negative emotions. If we were to allow these emotions to run their course than they would simply pass through our body without leaving any residues. It is in generating/offering resistance to the emotions that we build the obstacles to the free flow of energy in our body. Given that all emotions are energies of different patterns and wavelengths we only need to….
Unintended pregnancy is something I know very much about, I had an unintended pregnancy at the age of 19. Never in my wildest dream did I think it would happen to me, I knew the consequences of an intimate relationship, but at my age, I was invincible. While I was sitting with my OB/GYN my options were discussed, and at that time there weren’t all these different ways to deal with an unintended pregnancy, you either had the baby or had an abortion, but abortions were not as “easy” as they are today. Pills were not given and 10 minute procedures were not around, there was intense bleeding and pain and there was a very real chance that the reproductive organs could be damaged and the patient could….
Indian Cuisine Think of India and one of the first things that come to mind is its diversity. A large populous country divided into many states; each with its own unique traditions and gastronomic fare. Indian cooking is one of the most popular cuisines across the globe. Not only is it popular among the large Indian diaspora but also among the mainstream population of North America and Europe. For the uninitiated, Indian food may seem foreign, scary, spicy and not for the faint of heart. This paper aims to explore many of the facets that make up Indian cuisine and hopefully allay any misconceptions or fears that may exist. The chapters are categorized under the following sections: 1. The Evolution of Indian Cooking 2. Geographical Variation 3. Dietary….
From ancient times, Rome’s legacies are still the greatest known to man today. Throughout the western world the influence of Roman power is still manifest. The impact of Rome has furthered our society into an effective and successful modern world. Without the advanced structure of buildings and a thorough law process, who knows how different our lives and world would be. The great arches, the high statues and buildings, all come from Roman background. The law process we use to this day is based on the Ancient Roman law format. Although some of the legacies carried on from the Romans weren’t all great i. e. lavery, the good outweighed the bad. Architecture was crucial to the success of Rome, from temples to bridges to aqueducts, every building got….
Evaluate the Want Ads below in terms of employment law.
Help Wanted at Discrimina, Inc. In recent weeks, Discrimina, Inc. has advertised for the following openings. Evaluate the notices from the standpoint of employment law:
1. New “parts man” to keep track of inventory. Must be able to go up and down numerous steps without assistance, do a dead lift of 75 pounds and read and write the English language as a native speaker. The applicant has to be polite to the ladies in the office.
2. Female needed to do typing and light bookkeeping. Must have H.S. diploma, solid ties to the community, and be able to handle rough talk and mild teasing. Applicant should have between 2 and 5 years of experience. Applicant needs….
In this assignment, you will write an executive summary analyzing the exchange risks, country risks, and political risks the company executive team needs to be aware of in building a manufacturing facility in Brazil. Your summary will also provide a recommendation of the location, the company should select for building a new manufacturing facility. In support of your recommendation, you will refer to the analysis performed and include all calculations. In addition, for this assignment, using the information in your executive summary, you will create a PowerPoint presentation which will include your recommendation of where to build the new facility, the supporting analysis for your recommendation, and the risks involved in building a new facility in Brazil. Your employer, GBATT, headquartered in the United States of America,….
AMA COMPUTER LEARNING CENTER BSIT & BSCS DEPARTMENT In partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the course Introduction to Software Submitted by: Kim John A. Hidalgo Jairus S. Echevarre Nikki Hanna P. Palanog Submitted to: Karen Kate Seronay Date: February 7, 2013 Chapter 1 Introduction A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-termbasis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting onlyof a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suitebathrooms and air conditioning or climate control. Today, most of the Hotels provide goods and services using computersystem. It helps to perform task in an easy way with less time consumed. Some companies are become fully automated while….
1. Connie decided to purchase a $1,000 laptop computer to use during school. When she went into Computer Retailer Inc., the salesperson also sold her a 5-year service agreement for $1,200. She then bought the computer and the service agreement for the computer in one contract for a total price of $2,200. Nine months later, the laptop stopped working and Computer Retailer refused to perform on their service agreement. Explain whether this is a contract for goods or a common law contract? Explain fully, with the correct rule of law, and a complete explanation. 2. In the above, assume that there was no service agreement, and nothing was said about any warranties, could Connie get her computer fixed at no cost to her? Explain fully, with the….