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Molina:Impact of Remittances in Develop
43,39 € *
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Erscheinungsdatum: 07/2012, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Impact of Remittances in Developing Countries, Titelzusatz: Saving, Investment and School Enrollment, Autor: Molina, Juan J., Verlag: AV Akademikerverlag, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Soziologie, Seiten: 108, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 177 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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Bamrah:Investigation on Impact of Reser
36,29 € *
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Erscheinungsdatum: 14.01.2016, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Investigation on Impact of Reservation on Enrollment using Data Mining, Autor: Bamrah, Inderjeet Singh // Girdhar, Akshay, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Betriebswirtschaft und Management, Rubrik: Briefe, Bewerbungen, Wiss. Arbeiten, Rhetorik, Seiten: 84, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 142 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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The Enrollment Effect: Form Lasting Relationshi...
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In 2013, Tyler Watson was averaging $15 an hour as a massage therapist. Today, he is earning five to six figures a month teaching message-bearers like you - networkers, trainers, speakers, leaders, healers, those in service-based sales, anyone with a message - how to share your message, master your stories, and sell your passion in a way that will allow you to step into your power and enroll clients consistently. What has made the difference? In The Enrollment Effect, Tyler reveals the powerful set of truths that has unlocked his earning potential and moved him into a sphere of success he once believed was out of his reach. These truths will change your life and the lives of everyone else you meet going forward. These truths are personified in a universal principle he calls The Enrollment Effect. In this book, you will learn how to apply The Enrollment Effect in your life in order to:Look forward to the sales conversation. Form authentic, lasting relationships with clients that will multiply your income. Master the art of influence through sharing your truth. Debunk the money objections. Find high-paying clients at networking events. Recognize that your greatest struggles and pains up to this point are the very gifts that will help you live a full life.Recognize your core truth and how living it is the fastest way to make money. Learn how being authentic will multiply your income. Overcome feelings of uncertainty and inadequacy. Change lives, as opposed to just making an impression. Once you learn how to fully harness the power of The Enrollment Effect, it will create a ripple effect in your life, in the lives of others, and in movements across the planet. The Enrollment Effect embodies many truths and demands many avenues of action. It requires that you commit to mastering both the necessary skills and mastering the 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mike Wade. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/178799/bk_acx0_178799_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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"Optimizing" Higher Education in Russia
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In 2012, soon after his election to a third presidential term as president, following a four-year stint as prime minister (to avoid modifying the constitution), and in the wake of an unprecedented wave of popular protests, Vladimir Putin issued his "May Decrees." Notable among them was the government's commitment to increase the salaries of doctors, scientific researchers and university teachers to double the average in their respective regions by 2018. But then on December 30 of that year, the government issued a "road map" for education, revealing that the salary increases in higher education would be paid for, not by significant new government funding, but by "optimization," which would eliminate 44% of the current teaching positions in higher education. This was justified in part by a forecasted drop in student enrollment. Thus opened a new, accelerated period of reform of higher education. David Mandel examines the impact of these reforms on the condition of Russia's university teachers and the collective efforts of some teachers, a small minority, to organize themselves in an independent trade union to defend their professional interests and their vision of higher education. Apart from the subject's intrinsic interest, an in-depth examination of this specific aspect of social policy provides valuable insight into the nature of the Russian state as well as into the condition of "civil society," in particular the popular classes, to which Russian university teachers belong according to their socio-economic situation, if not necessarily their self-image.

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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"Optimizing" Higher Education in Russia (eBook,...
17,99 € *
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In 2012, soon after his election to a third presidential term as president, following a four-year stint as prime minister (to avoid modifying the constitution), and in the wake of an unprecedented wave of popular protests, Vladimir Putin issued his "May Decrees." Notable among them was the government's commitment to increase the salaries of doctors, scientific researchers and university teachers to double the average in their respective regions by 2018. But then on December 30 of that year, the government issued a "road map" for education, revealing that the salary increases in higher education would be paid for, not by significant new government funding, but by "optimization," which would eliminate 44% of the current teaching positions in higher education. This was justified in part by a forecasted drop in student enrollment. Thus opened a new, accelerated period of reform of higher education. David Mandel examines the impact of these reforms on the condition of Russia's university teachers and the collective efforts of some teachers, a small minority, to organize themselves in an independent trade union to defend their professional interests and their vision of higher education. Apart from the subject's intrinsic interest, an in-depth examination of this specific aspect of social policy provides valuable insight into the nature of the Russian state as well as into the condition of "civil society," in particular the popular classes, to which Russian university teachers belong according to their socio-economic situation, if not necessarily their self-image.

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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"Optimizing" Higher Education in Russia
24,90 € *
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In 2012, soon after his election to a third presidential term as president, following a four-year stint as prime minister (to avoid modifying the constitution), and in the wake of an unprecedented wave of popular protests, Vladimir Putin issued his "May Decrees." Notable among them was the government's commitment to increase the salaries of doctors, scientific researchers and university teachers to double the average in their respective regions by 2018. But then on December 30 of that year, the government issued a "road map" for education, revealing that the salary increases in higher education would be paid for, not by significant new government funding, but by "optimization," which would eliminate 44% of the current teaching positions in higher education. This was justified in part by a forecasted drop in student enrollment. Thus opened a new, accelerated period of reform of higher education. David Mandel examines the impact of these reforms on the condition of Russia's university teachers and the collective efforts of some teachers, a small minority, to organize themselves in an independent trade union to defend their professional interests and their vision of higher education. Apart from the subject's intrinsic interest, an in-depth examination of this specific aspect of social policy provides valuable insight into the nature of the Russian state as well as into the condition of "civil society," in particular the popular classes, to which Russian university teachers belong according to their socio-economic situation, if not necessarily their self-image.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 22.01.2021
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"Optimizing" Higher Education in Russia (eBook,...
16,99 € *
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In 2012, soon after his election to a third presidential term as president, following a four-year stint as prime minister (to avoid modifying the constitution), and in the wake of an unprecedented wave of popular protests, Vladimir Putin issued his "May Decrees." Notable among them was the government's commitment to increase the salaries of doctors, scientific researchers and university teachers to double the average in their respective regions by 2018. But then on December 30 of that year, the government issued a "road map" for education, revealing that the salary increases in higher education would be paid for, not by significant new government funding, but by "optimization," which would eliminate 44% of the current teaching positions in higher education. This was justified in part by a forecasted drop in student enrollment. Thus opened a new, accelerated period of reform of higher education. David Mandel examines the impact of these reforms on the condition of Russia's university teachers and the collective efforts of some teachers, a small minority, to organize themselves in an independent trade union to defend their professional interests and their vision of higher education. Apart from the subject's intrinsic interest, an in-depth examination of this specific aspect of social policy provides valuable insight into the nature of the Russian state as well as into the condition of "civil society," in particular the popular classes, to which Russian university teachers belong according to their socio-economic situation, if not necessarily their self-image.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 22.01.2021
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True Gentlemen: The Broken Pledge of America's ...
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College fraternity culture has never been more embattled. Once a mainstay of campus life, fraternities are now subject to withering criticism for reinforcing white male privilege and undermining the lasting social and economic value of a college education. No fraternity embodies this problem more than Sigma Alpha Epsilon, a national organization with more than 15,000 undergraduate brothers spread over 230 chapters nationwide. While SAE enrollment is still strong, it has been pilloried for what John Hechinger calls "the unholy trinity of fraternity life": racism, deadly drinking, and misogyny. Hazing rituals have killed 10 undergraduates in its chapters since 2005, and, in 2015, a video of a racist chant breaking out among its Oklahoma University members went viral. That same year, SAE was singled out by a documentary on campus rape, The Hunting Ground. Yet, despite these problems and others, SAE remains a large institution with strong ties to Wall Street and significant political reach. In True Gentlemen, Hechinger embarks on a deep investigation of SAE and fraternity culture generally, exposing the vast gulf between its founding ideals and the realities of its impact on colleges and the world at large. He shows how national fraternities are reacting to a slowly dawning new reality and asks what the rest of us should do about it. Should we ban them outright, or will they only be driven underground? Can an institution this broken be saved? With rare access and skillful storytelling, Hechinger draws a fascinating and necessary portrait of an institution in deep need of reform and makes a case for how it can happen. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rick Zieff. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hach/003439/bk_hach_003439_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 22.01.2021
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Oil, Governance, and Economics in the Middle East
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While most of the studies attest the presence of a significant virtuous circle between governance and economic development, this is the first paper that investigates its sustainability on a sample of 23 Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries covering the period 1996-2005 and stressing salient features and major challenges currently facing the MENA Region namely, oil, growth of the working age population, enrollment in secondary education, high reliance on fixed investment and presence of religious fractionalization. It studies the significance of a country's maturity and the embedded institutional learning-by-doing phenomenon (as reflected in the number of years of a country's independence) as a predictor of the quality of governance. The results of the Generalized Method of Moments show that governance reforms remain the most significant challenge facing the countries MENA Region, notably in countries relying on oil, a point source product. Among the six governance indicators, voice and accountability, government effectiveness and control of corruption exhibit the highest economic impact on economic development.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 22.01.2021
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