Journal of International Business and Cultural Studies Human resource accounting and international developments: implications for measurement of human capital Maria L. Bullen Clayton State University Kel-Ann Eyler Wesleyan College Abstract Human Resource Accounting (HRA) involves accounting for expenditures related to human resources as assets as opposed to traditional accounting which treats these costs as expenses that reduce profit. Interest and contributions to growth in HRA have been evident
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Alexandria higher Institute of Engineering and Technology Engineering Economy (EM 431) ADIDAS SWOT and PESTEL Analysis Name Ahmed Fawzy El-Safty Esraa Ahmed Tawfeek Submitted by: Section 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 No. 13 21 29 31 38 63 65 74 Aya Abd-El Razak Mohamed Aya Hesham El-Shenaway Basma Medhat Abd El-Zaher Ali Mahmoud Soliman Omar Ali Fahmy Katary Karim Mohamed Abd El-Salam Submitted to: Dr. Islam Nazier Page 1 of 19 Table of Contents 1.0 Introduction ..............
concepts, methods and issues. Other approaches to evaluating risk in project evaluation. • • • • • 4 • • • • • • • 4. Cost of capital. Sources of short-term finance. Long-term debt finance. Equity financing. Capital structure. Dividend policy. International finance. Delivery: A variety of teaching approaches is used, including lectures, seminars, case analysis, teamwork and extensive use of the Internet for guided research. Notional Student Workload Lectures Seminars Directed Learning
Analysts have tended to deﬁne assets too narrowly, identifying only those that can be measured, such as plant and equipment. Yet the intangible assets, such as a particular technology, accumulated consumer information, brand name, reputation, and corporate culture, are invaluable to the ﬁrm’s competitive power. In fact, these invisible assets are often the only real source of competitive edge that can be sustained over time. —HIROYUKI ITAMI, MOBILIZING INVISIBLE ASSETS You’ve gotta do what you
Taxation 1. The ratification of the Sixteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was necessary to validate the Federal income tax on individuals. *a. True b. False 2. Before the Sixteenth Amendment to the Constitution was ratified, there was no valid Federal income tax on individuals. a. True *b. False 3. The first income tax on individuals (after the ratification of the Sixteenth Amendment to the Constitution) levied tax rates from a low of 2% to a high of 6%.
AN APPLICATION OF DAVID’S STRATEGY FORMULATION FRAMEWORK TO THE TURKISH AIRLINES ON DOMESTIC AIR TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS Thesis submitted to the Institute of Social Sciences in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Management by Mehmet ŞANAL Fatih University June 2007 © Mehmet ŞANAL All Rights Reserved, 2007 ii To my wife, Nesibe… APPROVAL PAGE iii I certify that this thesis satisfies all the requirements as a thesis for the degree
Chapter 4 Ethical and Social Issues in Information Systems LEARNING OBJECTIVES After reading this chapter, you will be able to: 1. Analyze the relationships among ethical, social, and political issues that are raised by information systems. 2. Identify the main moral dimensions of an information society and specific principles for conduct that can be used to guide ethical decisions. 3. Evaluate the impact of contemporary information systems and the Internet on the protection of individual
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) is a term describing a company’s obligation to be accountable to all of its stakeholder in all its operation and activities. Socially responsible companies consider the full scope of their impact on communities and the environment when making decisions, balancing the needs of stakeholder with their need to make profit. A company’s stakeholders are all those who are influenced by and can influence a company’s decisions and action, both locally and globally. Business
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