Tunisia Cement Market

Tunisia Cement Market

Country Overview Tunisia, a country of 10 million people is bound by the Mediterranean Sea to its North and East, Libya to its South and Algeria to its West. Most of its population is concentrated in and around Tunis and … Continued
Policy Process

Policy Process

The Policy Process: Part I Susan Kunz HCS 455 July 6, 2011 Rich Jones The Policy Process: Part I Patient access to affordable health care is an ongoing issue in the United States. The first portion of the policy process … Continued
Issues and Dilemmas of Contemporary Public Administration

Issues and Dilemmas of Contemporary Public Administration

The purpose of this essay is to discuss the public interest and the administrative responsibility. Discuss some of the recent ethical obligations confronting public administrators in their day to day decision making. Also we will examine the recent trend in … Continued
Federalism in the Philippines

Federalism in the Philippines

Despite of many positive features that are worth preserving in the 1987 constitution, it has not enabled us to rebuild our various institutions for good governance. We continued with our counter-productive unitary system with its powers, authority and resources centralized … Continued
The Need for Both Gasb and Fasb

The Need for Both Gasb and Fasb

According to Goldstein and Menditto, “FASB has a decision utility focus; its mission is to help investors and creditors make decisions. In contrast, because the vast majority of financial resources used by governments come from the public or taxpayers, GASB’s … Continued
History of Christianity in My Town

History of Christianity in My Town

Politically, his eminent personalities are in the government, both local and state. Social, her social interaction with other communities is cordial. Academically, her youths are spread all over the secondary schools, colleges of Education and other Higher Institutions in the … Continued
Policy Process

Policy Process

Policy making can be a complex process depending on the policy and how the people this policy will affect feel about it. Health policy is a subset of public policy. These policies include issues that related to health and illness. … Continued
Political Science Study Material

Political Science Study Material

Political Science Study Material: Glossary Abdication If a King or a ruler voluntarily surrenders his throne or seat of the power to his successors, it is called an act of abdication. Adjournment Motion The Legislature carries on its business according … Continued
The Fourth Branch of Government

The Fourth Branch of Government

The Fourth Branch of Government It has been taught since elementary school that the United States government consists of three branches, including the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. However, in those early days, there were no lessons on the influential fourth … Continued
France Culture

France Culture

Whether in France, Europe or in general, “culture” consists of beliefs and values learned through the socialization process as well as material artifacts. [1][2] Culture guides the social interactions between members of society and influences the personal beliefs and values … Continued
Lok Pal Bill

Lok Pal Bill

Santosh Hegde, a former justice of the Supreme Court of India and Lokayukta of Karnataka, Prashant Bhushan, a senior lawyer in the Supreme Court along with the members of the India Against Corruption movement. This movement has also been joined … Continued
Changing Consumer Pattern in India

Changing Consumer Pattern in India

Changing India, Changing Consumption, Changing Consumers Background Factors Contributing to a Dynamic Economy Changing Priorities in Consumer Spending Impact of the Changing Consumption Patterns Conclusion 02 02 03 05 10 perspective | Volume 03 a quar terly repor t by … Continued
Asylum Case Digest

Asylum Case Digest

The Asylum Case (1960 World) Facts: Torre, the unsuccessful leader of a military rebellion in Peru in 1948, sought political asylum in the Columbian embassy in Lima. Peru refused to allow Torre to leave the country, and insisted he be … Continued
Effects of Foreign Aid on Public Expenditure

Effects of Foreign Aid on Public Expenditure

Background to the study Foreign aid represents an important source of finance in most developing countries. It is estimated that foreign aid accounts for about 10 percent of the GDP and 40 – 70 percent of the government’s annual expenditure … Continued
Crime and Bad Lives Are the Measure of a State’s Failures

Crime and Bad Lives Are the Measure of a State’s Failures

In today’s modern world the situation in society usually reflects back the state of the government and policy-making institutes. High crime rates, poor living conditions, poverty, malnutrition indicate state’s failure and degradation. It is a widely distributed case when the … Continued
Sop for Design Management

Sop for Design Management

Statement of Purpose In writing my personal statement, I have come to find that the entire process is actually a process of introspection and summarizing, and conducting deep reflections on the course of my life over the past ten years. … Continued
Imperializing Philippines

Imperializing Philippines

Why did we break away from Great Britain? We wanted our independents, so don’t you think by controlling the Philippines, Guam, and Puerto Rico we are acting like ”Great Britain”? Going into these country’s and trying to force your government … Continued
Second Treatise of Civil Government Summary

Second Treatise of Civil Government Summary

John Locke talks about the Political Society and Government. He discusses how men are entitled to their own property. Lock talks about justice and how there is punishment for people who harm other peoples’ property. Locke talks about the power … Continued
The Three Settlement Areas

The Three Settlement Areas

The Three Settlement Areas of the Early Americas The three settlement areas of the early Americas, the North, the Middle, and the Southern colonies were somewhat similar, but had major differences. When looking at the similarities shared amongst the three … Continued
Summary of El Fili

Summary of El Fili

Everybody thought Ibarra had been killed as a criminal, but in truth he had escaped, enriched himself abroad and has returned to the Islands to avenge himself. He plans to take Maria Clara who, believing Ibarra is dead, had entered … Continued
Brazil Government

Brazil Government

Brazil entered the new millennium mired in economic difficulties. Macroeconomic conditions will have a great influence on political stability, what kinds of laws are passed, the ability of businesses to succeed, the pace at which new technology is used, the … Continued
Three Branches of Government

Three Branches of Government

Three Branches of the Federal Government In May 1787, 55 delegates from 12 states, Rhode Island declined, met in Philadelphia for the Constitutional Convention. The purpose of the convention was to revise the Articles of Confederation, but what occurred was … Continued
Complex Interdependence

Complex Interdependence

The theory of Complex Interdependence got birth as a reaction to Realism (Assumptions of realism were =>State is the dominant actor =>State can use force =>Security or military objectives are dominant to Economic objectives). Complex Interdependence had its assumptions which … Continued
Poverty and Hunger in the Philippines

Poverty and Hunger in the Philippines

Poverty and Hunger are the most common reasons why there is “Child Labour” existed not just only in the Philippines, but also in other parts of Asia. Corrupt governance also caused poverty, that’s why there is a need for us … Continued
The Telangana Rebellion

The Telangana Rebellion

The Telangana Rebellion was a peasant revolt which was later supported by the Communists. It took place in the former princely state of Hyderabad between 1946 and 1951. This was led by the Communist Party of India. [5] The revolt began in the Nalgonda district and quickly spread … Continued
Organisation Structure of Tesco’s

Organisation Structure of Tesco’s

Tesco is a hierarchical structure because it has a lot of layers and also a lot of people reporting into more than one person before that information get to the boss. A hierarchical structure has many levels. Each level is … Continued
Bureaucracy in the Philippines – Book Review

Bureaucracy in the Philippines – Book Review

Book Review The Bureaucracy in the Philippines Dr. Onofre D. Corpuz ————————————————- Institute of Public Administration: University of the Philippines, 1957. 268 pp. This book is about the administrative history of the bureaucracy in the Philippines. It spans from the … Continued
What Does Democracy Mean?

What Does Democracy Mean?

For me personally, in one word, democracy means freedom. More in depth, democracy is much more complex because it allows all citizens to have an equal say in many different decisions that affect lives. Democracy allows citizens of the United … Continued
Voluntary and Involuntary Migrating Group

Voluntary and Involuntary Migrating Group

The two migrating group, voluntary and involuntary, is also known as immigrants and refugees. Even though they both have permanent residentship, their human capitals have huge differences. From the economy, voluntary group can have their money save in the bank … Continued
Top Management Officials

Top Management Officials

The Governor may delegate some of his administrative responsibilities to other officers of the Bank, subject to the rules and regulation of the Monetary Board; and * To exercise such powers as may be vested in him by the Monetary … Continued