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This volume develops a framework for the analysis of the role of national legal systems (laws and institutions) as mediators of relations between states, civil society and foreign investors; and applies this framework of analysis in India. The Indian case study examines the extent to which the government, investors and members of the public use the Indian legal system to resolve their differences-Are national law and national courts their weapon of choice? Why or why not? What other methods do they use?The book examines the relationship between legal systems and foreign investment:From each of the three relevant perspectives-state, investor, civil society;At the macro, meso and micro levels-India, Karnataka and Bangalore;Using quantitative and qualitative methods-statistical and ethnographic.The questions it addresses (and the triple perspective/level methodology) are particularly relevant in the context of the growing debate over whether globalisation (economic, cultural and social) is eroding or bolstering the relative importance and power of the state, the international economic actor, and civil society.
Franchising has long been an integral part of the globalization of business and an important tool in the spread of investment. In this special issue of the Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business, practitioners who are specialized in franchising-its potentials as well as its pitfalls - provide reports on franchising developments in national systems such as Australia, Austria, Canada, Chile, China, The Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, India, Indonesia, Israel, Malaysia, Mexico, Norway, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, and Turkey.
This book attempts to explain the changes in specifiC macroeconomic vari- ables-such as the relative share oflabor, the profIt rate, and the real wage rate in advanced capitalist economies-in relation to the influence of the business cycle in income distribution. In the pursuit of this inquiry, I fIrSt establish some stylized facts that I wish to investigate. The three countries discussed here-the United Kingdom, the United States, and Japan-are observed over a period of twenty-two years beginning in 1970, which covers at least three business cycles. This study makes several assumptions. First, there is no common feature on whether labor share moves countercyclically or procyclically; however, labor share increases in the fIrst year of contraction and decreases in the fIrst year of expansion, though there are some exceptions. Second, the profIt rate moves pro cyclically . Third, labor productivity moves pro cyclically and shows a symmetrical change; productivity sharply increases in the fIrSt year of expansion in terms of the growth rate and decreases in the fIrst year of con- traction. Fourth, the real wage rate has no common feature. Finally, labor shares with and without "labor income of self-employment" imputed from self-employment income are almost parallel (except for Japan), and their move- ments are also similar, though they move differently for some years. To explain these facts, I examine three types of model (or theory)-Kaldorian theory, real-business-cycle theory, and new Keynesian theory-but the focus is on Kaldor's approach-hence, the book's subtitle, A Kaldorian Analysis.
Two main areas of offshore activity are addressed in this book:
Adequate determination of site conditions can only be achieved by the integrated approach of using geological, geophysical and geotechnical data.
Developments in data acquisition techniques are illustrated through case histories in the section on Geotechnical Sampling and Testing.
In the section on Advanced Interpretation Techniques and Integrated Interpretations the state of the art of these topics is also illustrated by case histories.
A review of foundation behaviour is presented in the section on Gravity Foundations, Foundation Performance Monitoring, Piling Research and Design Criteria. These topics are illustrated in the light of field experience and recent research, in particular that involving full-scale tests and monitoring.
This book provides many illustrative figures and much pertinent information to exploration and marine geophysicists, petroleum and offshore engineers and for researchers working these fields.
In a Business Communication course with a goal to help students understand actual business-world applications of theory, cases are a very effective tool for helping to achieve this understanding. This casebook, written by a renowned communications expert, offers students an approach to successful case analysis, along with a comprehensive collection of 36 cases that may be applied to any Business Communication issue or theme. The cases in this book focus on real-world companies (i.e. Northwest Airlines, Merck, The Walt Disney Company, Google, Procter & Gamble, Wal-Mart, McDonalds, Sony and Kraft,) and provide students with the opportunity to put Business Communication theory into practice.
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