Annotated Bibliography

Yale 1 Brooke Yale Rebecca Cisneros-Diaz English IA May 4, 2017 Annotated Bibliography Estache, Antonio, Danny Leipziger, Raphael E. De Hoyo, Denis Medvedev, and Markus Goldstein. Stuck in the Middle. Edited by Antonio Estache, Brookings Institution Press, 2009. ProQuesr Ebook Central. This source discusses the economic and social proposals to enhance the welfare of middle class people and provides information regarding the policies and future of global wealth inequality. 1 will use this information in my paper to support my thesis that the increasing wealth inequalities threaten the concept of the middle class. Throughout several chapters, book includes several chapters regarding the history of the middle class and defines terms that arc focused on within different sections of the book. The authors of this source tend to emphasize that the future of the middle class as a whole is in decline due global income inequality and the policies that are in place to imp

Importance of communication in Businesses

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How about: Topic: Importance of communication in Businesses Questions:

  1. What are the various types of communication in a workplace or business environment? 2. What are the tools for effective business communication? How they help in increasing the chances of success in business? 3. Why business communication is important to improve workflow? Use example scenarios in different businesses to discuss this. 4. How IT and digital tools are enhancing communication between the management and the employees?
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individual piece of work of the Masters Programme

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This module constitutes the major individual piece of work of the Masters Programme where the student carries out a project involving independent critical research, design and implementation (where applicable).
■ Apply established research methods for independent research. ■ Develop an ability to organise and carry out an extended and independent study of work at postgraduate level. ■ Pursue in-depth studies of professional or academic relevance to the student and an organisation or a company. ■ Extend the knowledge and skills developed in the taught component of the course.
Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of the module, students will be able to:
■ Select, justify and use effectively the research methods and techniques appropriate for particular cases in order to carry out a literature search and an independent work of research ■ Critically identify the

X Block 5 Assessment

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X Block 5 Assessment Brief
There is only one assignment. Please answer the following questions (60%) and then write a research abstract (40%) with your name, student ID number and upload the word document.
Marks out of 100 are show in brackets
A. Answer these questions (60%) 1. What are the 5 stages of the research cycle (10) 2. Define peer review of research articles for journals. Why is peer review used? (20) 3. Define Open Access for journals. List reasons for and against Open Access for research publications (20) 4. Define Impact Factor of journals Why is it used? (10)
B. Write an abstract, with keywords and references (40%)
Write a structured abstract of 300 words. Your abstract should a) define the research problem b) reference research in the area and say what you propose to do to build on previous research c) state the methods you are going to use d) state the potential significance of the findings
Include at least 2 r

Editing and Proofreading

Editing and Proofreading Check your essay to eliminate errors in grammar, spelling, or punctuation. Focus on fragments. Look for sentence fragments and correct them. Fragment: Because I wanted to avoid traffic. Complete: We took the back road because l wanted to avoid traffic. Fragment: The orchestra uses many types of strings. Cellos, violins, and violas. Complete: The orchestra uses many types of strings, including cellos, violins, and violas. Focus on spelling. In general, use —tion to spell the sound of shun, as in exploration and portion. Use —sion to spell the sound of zhun, as in vision and incision. Check your spelling of any words that end with these suffixes. Spiral Review: Conventions Earlier in this unit, you learned about adjective and adverb clauses (p. 287) and comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs (p. 321). Check your reflective essay to be sure you have used those conventions correctly. Publishing, Presenting, and Reflecting Co

procedures document for accurate trust account


Develop a policies and procedures document for accurate trust account keeping which comply with trust account requirements, key principles of accounting and financial management, agency practice and legislative requirements.

Use the CSRE Procedure Template provided which is attached to the question and upload.

Make sure to cover and discuss: (You can use these points as headers in your policies and procedures document.)

a. Authorisations (Operating, monitoring)

b. Security arrangements (Systems design, fraud control, risk management and supervision of trust account entries and disbursements. Internal control mechanisms in system specifications)


Complex Lending and Broking

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Complex Lending and Broking

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company engaged in the business of importing

Andrew, Brian, Colin, Diana and Elizabeth were the directors of Gemsales Pty Ltd, a company engaged in the business of importing and supplying jewellery as wholesalers to the local market.

The company decided that as the market was becoming more competitive it needed to expand its business as it felt with increased volumes of sales it would be able to lower its prices and be more competitive. In order to do so it obtained a $4 million dollar loan from the Friendly Bank Ltd. $3 million was used to buy more stock and $1 million was used to buy a large new warehouse and showrooms from Traders Pty Ltd.

Colin was not at the meeting that had made these decisions as he was in hospital recovering from a serious accident. Elizabeth, as was her usual custom, had not attended the meeting but signed the requisite documentation agreeing to the expansion of the business and the getting of the loan. Diana who attended, said she did not know if she agreed and abs

Organisations Identifying Market Niches

lease read the case study below and answer the questions in a report format.

Organisations Identifying Market Niches in the Age of Big Data

With the amount of data available to companies doubling every year, new sources of data, and innovations in data collection, possibilities for marketers to identify market niches and finely tune campaigns are boundless. In the e-book market, for example, three reading subscription service startups—Scribe, Oyster, and Entitle—aim to turn a profit by discovering exactly what makes readers tick.

A flat monthly fee gives users unlimited access to a broad selection of titles from these companies’ digital libraries. Like Barnes and Noble and Amazon, the newcomers will collect an assortment of data from their customers’ digital reading devices (e-readers, tablets, sm

stakeholders’ interest in the financial information

Question 1 (10 marks)
(a) List 5 stakeholders within a business. (2.5 marks) (approx. 80 words)
(b) Explain the stakeholders’ interest in the financial information. (7.5 marks) (approx. 240 words)
Question 2 (12 marks)
(a) What is the GRI? (2 marks) (approx. 80 words)
(b) In your own words explain sustainability reporting, listing the 3 components. (Hint: refer to the Global Reporting Initiative – GRI). (7 marks) (approx. 230 words)
(c) Select a sustainability report as an example to support your explanation. Explain why you chose the particular company’s report. Please include a web reference not the full report. (3 marks) (approx. 100 words)
Question 3 (33 marks)
(a) Explain the purpose of the General Journal and its key elements (3 marks) (approx. 100 words)
(b) Journalise the following business transactions in general journal form. Identify each transaction by number. All entries must include a narration. (30 marks)
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