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This paper investigates the relation between creativity and the
global knowledge economy focusing on the characterisitics of knowledge as
a global public good and digital information goods in so far as they approach
‘pure thought’. The paper then explores the relations between openness and...
In this paper, we first re-visit the inference problem for interval
identified parameters originally studied in Imbens and Manski (2004)
and later extended in Stoye (2008). We take the general criterion function
approach and establish a new confidence interval that is asymptotically valid
This paper examines the role of gender in the relationship
between labour market status and preferences for job security. We hypothesize
that the insider/outsider theory of employment and unemployment
suffers from a gender bias. It neither takes the possibility of family-related
The idea that management matters in public organizations is
commonly expressed throughout the public management literature. Scholars,
however, have failed to address the question of whether minority managers
manage differently. The extant literature suggests that minority managers
In 2001 the EU defined Corporate Responsibility (CR) as: “A
concept whereby companies integrate social and environmental concerns in
their business operations and in their interaction with their stakeholders on a
voluntary basis.”1 A responsible business is one that has built-in to its purpose...
This paper addresses emerging issues concerning externallyoriented
SMEs in India and the nature of important business risks faced by
them during the period of global financial crisis. The unimpressive export
performance of SMEs during the period of reforms is also a reflection of the
India is on the threshold of economic emergence. For the
momentum to continue, the country requires capital mobilization – a phenomenon
that cannot occur in developing countries unless the newly rising
classes of suburban and rural investors invest their funds safely and engage
This paper investigates whether chieftaincy is the only form of
leadership in Ghana, a former British Colony in West Africa. It tries to find
out if it is possible for one to be a successful leader in Ghana without acting
as a chief. It sets off by investigating the root of chieftaincy and...
The objective of this paper is to emphasize Madoff’s financial
crimes, the implementation of Madoff’s system and the development of his
scheme, and Madoff’s supposed hedge fund strategy. Hurt observes that
many victims felt that Madoff was somehow responsible for the economic
downturn. Clauss et...
We shall focus here on the collapse of Madoff’s massive scam,
the specifics of the Madoff case, and Madoff’s fraudulent hedge fund. Furman
and DeJoy note that Ponzi schemes delude investors into believing that
their money is being invested in high yield vehicles, and that their gains are
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