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The paper was presented as a keynote lecture at the 10th
anniversary of the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies
(AIAS) in April 2008. It surveys the trajectory of scholarly work on labor
after 1945, from its initial emphasis on rights of industrial and social
citizenship to its...
Surpassing the decoupling expectation, the global economic
crisis has affected the Indian economy through various channels. Indeed, this
brief survey of the effects of crisis suggests that India’s financial and real
sectors are closely integrated with the global financial and export markets.
The role of the State, far from being withering out, is in fact
massive, dominant, and crucial to China’s industrial development in the XXI
century. Moreover, it has been strengthened by the successful implementation
of the “keep the big dump the small” policy, which in turn is
consistent with a...
This paper examines a very important management tool:
benchmarking, and focuses on a company which is being examined for the
suitability of benchmarking with another, XYZ. The basic assumption is that
XYZ has a defect rate that is slightly better than that of the company in
question. The paper...
Building on the perception of both existing and potential
investors in one of the largest cities in East Malaysia – Kuching, this study
aims to identify the factors that appear to stimulate corporate criminal
activity in organizations. A survey was carried out by distributing questionnaires
Beginning from the end of the 1980s, many studies analysing
the relationship between infrastructure endowment and economic development
have been realised. A general consensus is achieved around the idea
that basic infrastructure facilities are important features related to economic
The world is experiencing a twofold crisis. On the one hand,
the global, virtualized economy is collapsing and, in its fall, it is bringing
down significant sections of the real economy. On the other hand, the
environmental collapse of the planet is also marching on, and there is no
The purpose of this paper is to analyze the influence of
geographic characteristics on the local economic development. There are
two important reasons related to that objective. First, study on this topic in
the case of Indonesia is rather limited, especially in the field of local
Rochet studies how one might protect central banks while
preserving the flexibility of the current interbank market. Landier and Ueda
introduce the benchmark Modigliani-Miller Framework, assume no scope
for debt renegotiation and compares several restructuring options under
Hamdani and Klement demonstrate that civil penalties or the
pervasiveness standard could discourage wrongdoing more effectively than
the threat of going out of business under the existing regime of entity
liability. According to Richardson, a serious governance gap currently exists
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