Adversarial and inquisitorial attorneys did not diverge in the number of facts they collected when the evidence was ambiguous (50 percent in favour of one disputant 50 percent in favour of the other disputant ) or favoured the adversarial attorney 's client . However , when the evidence was more devastating against the adversarial client 's position , the adversarial attorney bought a larger number of facts than did the inquisitorial attorney . The researchers also examined the degree of overall bias in the presentation...
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For example , the government may encourage the development of an industry by offering up incentives for its development such as lower taxes or by protecting the business environment through tariffs and other measures . Another way of encouraging the development of a specific industry is by offering up scholarships or other incentives to promote the development of a competent workforce for that industry . Additionally , the government may also discourage the development of other industries . An example would be the tobacco industry...
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Israelewicz 1999 : 120 ) and public employment as a percentage of all employment went from 10 .5 per cent in 1985 down to 5 .3 per cent in 2000 (Le Monde , April 9 , 2002 . Business Practices and the Impact of the Financial Markets Business practices in France also continue to differ from those in Britain and Germany . This is not only...
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Empowerment is believed ``to lead to better staff and customer relations and higher levels of service quality through employee pride in the job and individual ownership of problems and short-falls (Woodruffe , 1995 , pg .194 ) 3 .0 Processes ``The human input to services can , by its nature , be highly variable , resulting in variability in perceived quality (Palmer . A , 2001 ) This is...
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S0 to S1 . After the two shifts of demand and supply curve we have obtained a completely different equilibrium point EP1 . In this case as the results of such changes we can definitely talk about the considerable increase in price level from P0 to P1 . However , the quantity demanded is quietly undetermined , which goes along with the decrease in quantity...
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Many economists argue that a goal a both monetary and fiscal policy for the long run should be the creation of an economic environment that contributes to very stable expectations of changes in the price level . As the economy is approaching full employment , there is real danger that shifts in aggregate demand will trigger an inflationary process . Demand-pull inflation at...
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China . Scientific Cooperation was started in 1978 when Henry Ford-II met premier Deng Xiaoping in Beijing . The Ford -China visiting Scientist program was started . In 1986 , Ford provided technical assistance to China to help establish Environment testing and analysis labs in 57 provincial universities and institutes across China . In the 1990 's , Ford established a policy of ``environmental stewardship as...
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Problems of MNCs : The MNCs which are otherwise beneficial to the economy also have some disadvantages . They are : Leads to unequal income distribution by employing expatriate managers and executives and paying them huge compensations . Whereas the manual labour will be paid at lower rates . Moreover there will be no transfer of skills to domestic people . Normally MNCs indulge in large...
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It 's just like expenditure in oil pipeline which later become a major source for economic development . What would you propose to improve the U .S . economy if you were a member of Congress ? Justify your recommendation using economic concepts and reasoning . The need of the hour is to implement a reform the way the U .S . is outsourcing its...
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A federally qualified HMO began as an alternative to conventional insurance that increased dramatically as government loan allocations were provided to federally approved Health Maintenance Organizations (Rosenbaum , Silver , Wehr 1998 : p .4 . HMO 's work to provide an effective cost control mechanism acting for a cash-strapped recipient . As third-party payers , they are able to establish an efficient cost control method...
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The problem was compounded by landlords who evicted Peasants who could not pay the rent because they had no potatoes to sell (Johnston ) The failure for the English to adequately deal with and avoid the dramatic loss of life and population of Ireland , created the idea that England would rather let Ireland die than support them . World War One , Economics...
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In many states , competition is prevented and prices are set in the hope of providing better more reliable services to consumers at the lowest cost . Pretty much everyone needs power , sometimes to say alive , so discount companies that offer unreliable service at low rates would be unacceptable . To prevent these sorts of problems the government regulates the industry . Since a...
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Projection It is the process of attributing one 's own unacceptable thoughts and emotions and projecting it onto others . When an individual cheats on a partner and s /he is trying to keep this , s /he may talk about other people who are cheating instead . Attributing their cheating on others ' acts of amorality would then reduce their anxiety by not...
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WINZ has said that their funding for him stops there , but recently , he has again settled with the office to be financed into having a flat . Richard stayed for only four days in the flat . Despite his constant denials of his illness , he has reached out to an acquaintance (John ) who is a political activist that has deep compassion for...
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In fact , freedom is destroyed and removes the opportunity for making new wealth . In chapter six , ``What 's Wrong With Our Schools ' Friedman discusses the parents ' choice and their responsibility in their children 's education is the tradition of the United States and along with a free society , it is consistent . In addition to educating children , because of the centralized...
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