Research Papers on Thesis & Dissertations

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  • Results for Primary Research Assessing the Requirements for an Organization to become a Learning Organization

    The paper is the presentation of the primary qualitative research results of the student, which had the aim of assessing the degree to which an department complied with the concept of a learning organization. The paper includes the epistemology, methodology, findings and discussion. Fourteen sources are cited in the bibliography of this eighteen page paper.

  • ICT School Strategies Development

    In thirty seven pages teaching information and communication technology is discussed with the objective being student IT skills effectiveness. UK secondary schools for the years seven through thirteen are the focus. Thirty four sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • The Problems of Football Clubs and How to Increase Revenues Through Ticket Sales; A Research Proposal

    This 12 page paper looks at the problem faced by many football clubs; the need to increase revenue. The paper outlines a proposal to investigate the way football clubs may be able to enhance revenue through ticket sales. The introduction, problem statement and research objectives and literature review are presented before a research methodology is proposed. The bibliography cites 12 sources.

  • Aspects of Environmental Accounting

    In thirty pages this paper considers issues that are relevant to 'green' accounting in the UK with direct as well as indirect benefits among the topics of discussion. Twenty eight sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Creativity and Innovation

    This 62 page paper is an examination of the way that creativity and innovation take place in the commercial environment with a special focus in information technology. The paper presents an introduction and an aims and objective section before defining what is meant by creativity and innovation and examining the way that it can and does take place constraints and influences and the way it is managed comparing theory to reality. A research methodology using two case studies is presented and a conclusion presented. The bibliography cites 46 sources.

  • The Role of Credit Card in Creating Money and Raising Living Standards due to the Impact on National Economies

    This 34 page paper argues that credit cards in the mass market will have a positive benefit on that economy, playing an important role in terms of credit creation which will increase the living standards in the country, directly due to the multiplier effect of the credit creation leading to more money in an economy indirectly as a result of the spending increasing the aggregate demand in an economy. The paper looks at the way credit creation takes place, considers the underlying economic theory, the development and use of credit cards and then examines 2 major credit card companies; VISA and American Express and the regional retail sales value figures in order to assess the level of credit creation that may be taking place. The bibliography cites 15 sources.

  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), Parenting Style and Delayed Gratification

    The writer uses results from research conduced by the student with the aim of assessing whether or not there is a correlation between the occurrence of ODD with parenting style and delayed gratification. Parenting style is measured using the Parenting Dimensions Inventory (PDI) and delayed gratification using the Self-Control Rating Scale (SCRS). The results, including statistical analysis, are presented. The paper is sixteen pages in length.

  • Evaluating UK Fire and Rescue Service's Disability and Race Policy

    Iin sixteen pages this paper discusses how the UK fire service can be assessed as far as equality and fairness in an examination of the ethnic minorities' presence and the 1995 Disability Discrimination Act with an inclusion of dyslexia as a disability also included. Fourteen bibliographic sources are listed.

  • Evaluation of Talent Management Strategies; A Case Study Of a University

    This 50 page paper looks at the issue of talent management. The paper starts with an introduction with background, aims and objectives limitations. This is followed by an in-depth literature review that looks at relevant topics including the definition of talent, how it may be identified and the use of training and development programs and the value of mentoring in developing skills and talent. A methodology is presented for use in gathering primary data with the use of questionnaires to assess the way talent management is taking place in an organization. Simulates results are presented and discussed and recommendations are made based on the research findings and the literature review. The bibliography cites 36 sources.

  • Developing an Integrated Management System for Construction and Engineering Industries - A Research Proposal

    Integrity management is found in a number of industries as a way of protecting and optimizing the use and value of assets. The paper presents an outline for research to develop a new or improved system specifically for the construction and engineering industries. The paper is four pages in length.

  • Central Banking in England

    The author presents a 38 page examanitation of central banding in England. This paper centers around a case study of the bank of England, a case study that illuminates the bank's purpose and responsibilities and the benefits that resulted. 59 sources are cited.

  • Will Margin Trading in Russia Increasing Volatility and Instability of the Russian Stock Markets?

    This 47 page paper assesses the potential impact of margin trading on the Russian stock markets. The paper gives an introduction with aims and objectives and the research methodology based on examining existing literature and models and applying them to modern Russia. An in-depth literature review examines the concept of margin trading and the different theories regarding its impact on the volatility of stock markets. The paper goes on to examine the development of the investment environment within Russia in order to determine the types of investors which at present within the market to facilitate the application of margin trading theories to this developing market. The paper finishes with a conclusion arguing that margin trading is likely to have a negative effect on the Russian stock markets due to the investment culture, stock market pressures and general trading patterns which are already present with in the stock market. The bibliography cites 34 sources.

  • Do Pure Play Internet Banks Create Value?

    This 58 page paper looks at the way in which pure play internet banks, such as First Direct and Egg, may be able to create value. The paper presents a full dissertation style paper, with an introduction and objectives followed by an in-depth literature review. The literature review examines the role of the banks, examines the way that they compete and the importance and place of internet banking in the banking industry. The potential ways that pure play internet banks may add value studied from a theoretical perspective. After a section on methodology primary research using questionnaires is then simulated; assessing the perspective of internet banking using a sample made up of customers of the HBSC subsidiary; First Direct. The results are presented and then discussed. The bibliography cites 43 sources.

  • NJ and Turnover Rates of Teachers

    In sixty pages the situation of high teacher turnover in New Jersey is examined in a study that considers motivation improvement, support for educators, increased job satisfaction, and teacher retention. Twenty five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • An Evaluation Of Training And Development And Its' Impact On Staff Performance; A Case Study Of HSBC Bank

    This 82 page paper looks at the role of training and development and the impact that it can have on staff. The paper starts with an introduction and then moves to an in-depth literature review which looks at the value of training and development to staff, the way training can be delivered and the links between training, development and motivation. The background to HSBC is considered along with its strategies and the current training and development practices. The paper then simulates primary research with HSBC employees to assess the way that the training and development is impacting on them. The paper ends with a discussion and conclusion. The bibliography cites 90 sources.

  • Will Customer Service Improve with Employee Training?

    Many organizations perceived training and development in terms of cost, whereas others see it as an investment. The writer proposes a research project to determine whether or not there is a direct impact on the levels of service which are provided to customers following employee training and development. The paper presents introduction, hypothesis, literature review and for methodology and a timetable. Twenty sources are cited in the bibliography of this twenty page paper

  • Research Proposal on University Student Absenteeism

    In fourteen pages this research study proposal focuses upon college students' lecture absenteeism and includes an outline, justification, literature review, and data collection and analysis approaches. Eight sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • United Kingdom's Franchise Industry

    In thirty six pages this paper examines United Kingdom's franchise industry in a consideration of popularity of franchises, franchise workings in comparison with subsidiary and business licensing issues with retail, distribution, services, finance, manufacturing, and 5 franchise area statistics provided. Twenty three sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Factors Influencing CRM Implementation in a Logistic Environment

    This 46 page paper is a proposal and literature review for research to identify the different influencing factors that are present when a firm wants to successfully introduce customer relationship management (CRM) system. The paper gives an introduction with aims and several hypotheses to be tested and then undertakes an input literature review, considering the different elements of CRM implementation that may be influential. Factors consider range from the functionality of the system, its ability to access and interpret data to the management of human factors and managing change. The paper then gives a methodology to be used for the primary research along with a short timetable and budget. The bibliography cites 41 sources.

  • Research into the Use of CRM in a Kazakhstan Hotel

    This 5 page paper is a proposal for a study to look at the best type of CRM to use in a hotel in Kazakhstan. The paper includes an introduction, objectives, brief literature review and presents an outline methodology for primary research. The bibliography cites 18 sources.

  • Pure Play Internet Banks; Can they Create Value?

    This 30 page paper considers whether or not pure play internet banks are able to create value. The paper starts with an in-depth literature review considering how internet banks may create value and the challenges they face along with the limited existing research. The paper then presents a methodology and some fictitious results to a survey of customers using the UK bank First Direct to assess the value the bank creates. The bibliography cites 23 sources.

  • UK Marketing Demand and Organic Dairy Farming

    In a paper consisting of forty pages an extensive examination of the UK organic dairy industry is discussed in light of supplying now exceeding demand and how this situation warrants farmers to adapt and change production and also reduce imports along with other influential factors in an expansive assessment. There are twenty nine bibliographic sources listed.

  • Why has Fair Trade Chocolate Failed to Become a Top Selling Chocolate Bar; A Research Proposal

    This 14 page paper is a research proposal for assessing why a fair trade brand of chocolate does not outsell a well known brand of chocolate that is not fair trade certified. The paper starts with an introduction, aims and objectives and gives a justification for the subject. A literature review of relevant concepts is then followed by the outlining of a methodology and a timetable of undertaking the research. The bibliography cites 14 sources.

  • Designing Research; Why Do Music Users Download from Illegal Sources?

    This 10 page paper shows how research can be designed. Using the example of a music company that wants find out what music users download tracks illegally so they can devise a marketing strategy to encourage legal downloads. The paper identifies the potential sample, considers what data should be collected and how the sample may be most effectively approached and how the information should be collected and presents an outline for a questionnaire. The bibliography cites 5 sources.

  • Do Schools Have a Gender Gap?

    In twenty five pages this research paper examines schools in a literature review and survey pertaining to the issue of gender inequality. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • A Dissertation Proposal For E-Commerce Strategies

    A paper providing an outline of a dissertation to implement an e-commerce division within a large company. The author discusses pros and cons, security and legal issues, and different e-commerce approaches. This five page paper has eleven sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Shell Oil and Environmental Sustainability

    In twenty four pages Shell's approaches to environmental sustainability are examined with model identifications and examples provided. Nineteen sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • How to Increase FDI Into Libya; Introduction and Methodology

    This 16 page paper is the introduction and methodology for a large project which looks at the way FDI may be increased in Libya. The purpose of the research, aims and objectives as well as constraints are discussed and then the methodology, which is targeted at FDI decision makers, using surveys is outlined including sampling and the application of the surveys. The bibliography cites 9 sources.

  • Creating Sustainability in Developing Countries Healthcare Provisions - a Proposal for Research

    The writer presents an outline proposal to examine the way that a developing country may for the healthcare system, creating financial sustainability future. The proposal utilizes the case of Zambia as subject matter, and presents an in-depth examination of the problems faced in the universal healthcare system is under-funded and reliant on donations from foreign governments. The writer presents a methodology utilizing an in-depth literature review followed by qualitative and quantitative primary research. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography of this twenty page paper.

  • Corporate Governance

    This 58 page paper look at the issue of corporate governance, including what it is, how it can emerge, different models of corporate governance, the approaches regulation including mandatory compliance and legislation which includes consideration of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and self regulation. Also included in are discussions on ethics in terms of corporate governance and cases, including Enron, Parmalat and Johnson & Johnson that demonstrate good and poor corporate governance practices. The bibliography cites 37 sources.

  • Elementary Education, Standardized Testing, and Grade Retention

    In thirty pages this paper considers elementary schools' use of standardized testing such as the Iowa Test of Basic Skills in an examination of grade retention and such issues as resistance, aggression, and test anxiety. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography.\

  • Firefighting and Labor

    In a literature review consisting of twenty five pages this paper considers various labor issues concerning civilian fire casualties and firefighter company and staffing.

  • Designing Research

    The paper presents an outline for research. The outline presents the research purpose, a proposed methodology using an online survey with justification for the method, estimation of the requited sample size and a general research approach. The research purpose is to determine if there is correlation between smoking tobacco and drinking alcohol. Three sources are cited in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Research Proposal Presentation Concerning Aid in Afghanistan

    Afghanistan has received a large amount of international aid, but the use of aid has been ineffective. This three page paper is a presentation for research to identify and assess barriers to effective aid management and distribution in Afghanistan. The paper is made up of nine slides.

  • Women Asylum Seekers and the Welfare State in the UK; Research Methodology

    This 5 page paper outlines the methodology that can be used to assess the experiences of female asylum seekers in the UK when seeking help from the welfare state. The paper considers an approach and then justified the use of a qualitative case study approach. The paper cites 10 sources.

  • UK Welfare Benefits and Asylum Seekers' Dissertation Proposal

    In twenty two pages this paper presents a dissertation proposal involving the UK welfare system's impact upon seekers of asylum with emphasis upon Somali women and children. The typical research proposal format including questions, methodology, and current literature is presented. Forty five sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • How Can A Football Club Increase Ticket Sales?

    The 34 page paper undertakes research to examine what potential strategies a football club could use to increase their ticket sales. The paper are stocked with an introduction and an in-depth literature review, looking at the UK football tickets sales in the past in the and the influences on those sales. The paper then simulate primary research to identify areas of potential strategies the clubs could utilize to increase their overall level of ticket sales. The paper ends with recommendations. The bibliography cites 19 sources.

  • Innovation for Internet Banking - A Research Proposal

    The banking industry has changed a great deal, the use of internet banking has become more popular and reduced the level of differentiation between banks. The writer proposes research to find ways for banks so undertake innovation within the internet banking sector. Ten sources are cited in the ten page paper.

  • SMEs and Banking in Saudi Arabia

    This 5 page paper is an outline proposal for a study on the way the banking sector serves the small and medium sized enterprise (SME) sector in Saudi Arabia. The paper provides an introduction, aims ad objectives section, a literature review and a methodology. The bibliography cites 6 sources.

  • Borderline Personality Disorder

    This 40 page paper provides an overview of borderline personality disorder, BPD, and relates some current research about the connection between BPD and childhood sexual abuse, as well as between BPD and Bipolar Disorder (BD). Bibliography lists 25 sources.

  • The 1st and 2nd Gulf War - Have the Allies Committed Genocide?

    There have been two gulf wars, the writer looks at the way genocide may be defined, looking at general perceptions and the requirements of international agreements. The writer then simulates primary research that can be used to assess the general opinion of the public regarding their perception of potential genocide by the allies in Iraq. Ten sources are cited in this sixteen page paper.

  • Building Customer Loyalty Through Loyalty and Reward Schemes

    This 17 page paper looks at the way that companies try and create loyal customers with the use of reward schemes. The paper looks at the use of reward or loyalty schemes, how and why they have become so popular and the way loyalty is seen in the real world, including the idea of polygamous loyalty and the way they may support brand values and their potential to provide differentiation. The bibliography cites 22 sources.


    A thesis proposal regarding the efficiency and effectiveness of cloud computing and cloud platforms. There are 6 sources listed in the bibliography of this 7-page paper.

  • Fraudulent Financial Statements and Detection Through Techniques of Data Mining

    In seventeen pages the ways in which data mining can detect fraudulent financial statements in auditing and accounting businesses are examined in a proposed study that includes methodology, literature review, and timetable. Sixteen sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Communication in the Retail Environment; The Case of Primark

    This 50 page paper looks at the role and importance fo communication in Primark. The paper is based on work supplied by the student, which has been edited by the writer with further pages added. The paper looks at different communication within then workplace, communications theories with the theory applied to Primark. The bibliography cites 21 sources.

  • Increasing the Rate of Concrete Recycling in the UK Construction Industry

    The paper, written in the style of a research report or dissertation, investigates the way that the construction industry in the UK may be motivated to increase the level of concrete recycling that current takes place. A literature review, which includes an examination of the relevant issues, including how and why concrete should be reclined and the potential economic benefit of the industry. The research then looks to Japan where 98% of concrete is recycled to assess the strategies implemented to reach this level. Forty-six sources are cited in the bibliography of this seventy page paper.

  • Environmental Risk Management In the Construction Industry and the Role of the Project Manager

    This 82 page paper is investigates the role of project manager in the construction industry with a focus on the UK. The paper includes an introduction, aims and objectives and methodology, and presents an in-depth literature review concerning the responsibilities of a project manager and issues related to environmental risk management in construction, including approaches to environmental management systems and waste management. Simulated primary research is presented and the findings are used to make recommendation for practices that would improve environmental risk management in the construction industry. The bibliography cites 62 sources.

  • Should the Bank Adopt a Strategy Providing Mobile Banking?

    Mobile banking is becoming a viable option for many banks. This 22 page paper looks at the potential of mobile banking and considers whether it is a strategy that should be adopted. The paper starts with an introduction, aims and objectives and gives a methodology based on a literature review. The literature defines mobile banking, considers the role of banks and looks at how mobile banking fits in with the traditional role of banks. The paper also discusses the advantages and disadvantages of mobile banking from the perspective of customer and the bank before reaching a conclusion. The bibliography cites 18 sources.

  • Strategic Human Resource Development

    This 30 page paper looks at what is meant by Strategic Human Resource Development (SHRD), how it differences from human resource development (HRD) and how firms using SHRD may be identified and separated from those who do not. The paper then examines the well known company Coca-Cola in order asses to what extent this company embraces SHRD. The last part of the paper considers the way in which Coca-Cola could change in order to take a more strategic approach to human resource development and human resource management. The bibliography cites 21 sources.

  • Ethics for Business Research

    This 8 page considers the issues of ethics when undertaking business research with the use of quantitative research using questionnaires and qualitative reseach using a commercial case study. The paper discusses the areas of ethics that should be considered when designing business research, in this case a case study for strategy development of a low cost airline. The paper considers how ethical considerations may change the plan of research that involves a corporate case study and quantitative research using questionnaires. The bibliography cites 10 sources.

  • Ethics for Business Research

    This 5 page paper looks at the issues of ethics in business research and discusses what areas of ethics need to be considered when designing business research, in this case a case study for strategy development of a low cost airline. The paper considers how ethical considerations may change the plan of research that involves a corporate case study and quantitative research using questionnaires. The bibliography cites 3 sources.

  • Oil Company Perspectives on the Natural Gas Industry

    In forty nine pages this paper examines an oil company's views on the natural gas industry. Nineteen sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Oil Industry of Syria

    In thirty four pages this paper presents an overview of Syria's gas and oil industries with a petroleum PEST analysis and demands in the future among the topics discussed. Seventeen sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • IBM Proposal for a Knowledge Management Program

    This 44 page paper examines IBM. The paper provides an in-depth analysis of the company, its history and operations in order to identify potential areas of improvement within the knowledge management of the firm. The paper starts with a proposal for the study and then undertakes the study which puts forward the idea of a knowledge database to be used by the after sales engineers. A work breakdown and schedule is also provided. The bibliography cites 9 sources.

  • What are the Benefits for Contract Owners in the use of Variation Orders? - A Research Proposal

    A variation order is an instruction that an architect gives to the builder concerning any variations to the original building contract. They are often associated with increased costs and delays, but they continue to be used. This 11 page paper proposes research in order to identify the benefits and advantages that the use of variation orders can provide for the contract owners. The bibliography cites 12 sources.

  • Public Interest and Lawyers

    In twenty eight pages whether or not lawyers act in the best interest of the public is examined from a UK perspective and includes a discussion of the famous case of Chile's General Pinochet's extradition proceeding. Twenty sources are listed in the bibliography.


    Covers the idea that disaster mitigation and planning might be more effective at a local and household level. Discussions center on Hurricanes Andrew, Harvey and Katrina, as well as infrastructure planning. There are 10 sources listed in the bibliography of this 14-page paper.

  • McDonalds in China

    This 54 page paper examines the well known fast food chain McDonalds and considers how it is competing in China, the competitive advantages it is using and the way these fit in with McDonalds core international strategies and with the market in China were competition is seen in the form of other western fast food chains and increasing numbers of Chinese fast food chains. The paper starts with an introduction then presents an in-depth literature review looking at the history and existing strategies of McDonalds, the positions that McDonalds may choose to pursue and the strategies used in China. The paper then simulates primary research with consumers, including an in-depth methodology as well as a presentation and interpretation of the results. The final section of the paper pulls together the results of the literature review and the primary research in order to assess the use of different competitive advantages by McDonalds in China. The bibliography cites 60 sources.

  • Nestle and Wyeth; Research Proposal

    This 14 page paper is a research proposal to assess the marketing activities of Nestle and Wyeth and their marketing of baby milk formula, especially in the developing world and determine whether or not they are acting ethically. The paper presents the terms of reference, literature review and conceptual model and a methodology as well as a timetable for the completion of the project. The bibliography cites 11 sources.

  • Nokia in China

    This 50 page paper looks at the positioning of the Nokia brand in China and how successful Nokia’s marketing and strategy has been in the Chinese mobile or cellular telephone market. The paper is starts with an introduction which includes the aims of the research to identify the current position of Nokia in China and assess its’ level of success. The paper then undertakes an in-depth literature review looking at Nokia, its’ history and general developments and marketing strategies that have impacted on the way positioning has been developed. The literature review then considers China, the social economic and political influences and the way Nokia have developed operations in China and created their current marketing position. The paper then presents simulated primary research to assess the perception of the Nokia brand by consumers. This section includes the methodology and the presentation of the questionnaire and the results. The paper ends with a conclusion bringing together the primary research and the findings of the literature review. The bibliography cites 60 sources.

  • How Does Organisational Culture Affect A Managers Ability To Motivate Staff Through Non-Financial Rewards And Incentives?

    This 47 page paper looks at how organisational culture can impact on the way staff are motivated though non financial rewards and incentives. The paper presents an introduction, literature review and methodology along with simulated primary research looking at how culture impacts on what types of rewards and incentives are offered, how they are perceived by the employees. The research includes observational research and the use of a survey. The bibliography cites 15 sources.

  • Do Starbucks Gain Commitment from their Staff?

    This paper is written in two parts, the first part examining the theoretical basis of how or why employees give commitment to their employers, including different types of commitment and how commitment is related to motivation. The second part of the paper examines the well-known for Starbucks, along with their remuneration and reward schemes, in order to assess whether or not this is sufficient to gain commitment from the employees. Eighteen sources are cited in the bibliography of this twenty-two page paper.

  • Assessing An Intervention - A Statistical Analysis

    The writer presents a statistical analysis based on raw data from data collected by the student. The analysis uses the data to assess if an intervention designed to enhance the social skills and interactions of pupils diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome. The paper is twenty-eight pages in length.

  • Theory and the Personality Test Known as the Enneagram

    In fifty pages this graduate level thesis focuses upon the controversial Enneagram personality test, includes a literature review, and considers theories by such psychological thinkers as Alfred Adler, Sigmund Freud, and Carl Jung. There are over thirty sources cited in the bibliography.

  • Solid Waste in the Construction and Demolition Waste

    Waste from construction and demolition is a significant problem and estimated to make up 35% of the globes solid waste. The writer gives the rationale for research looking at increasing the practice of recycling or reuse. The methodological approaches which may be used are then discussed. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography of this eight page paper.

  • Methodology for Investigating the Potential Relationship between Organizational Readiness and Learning Organizations

    The writer proposes a primary research methodology that can be utilized to investigate whether or not there is a direct relationship between learning organizations and organizational readiness for change. The paper is written as a complete methodology chapter for a larger dissertation. Included within the paper is the identification of the research questions, propositions that are utilized within the research approach, a research framework and proposals for the way in which data will be collected utilizing surveys unstructured interviews. The paper is twenty-five pages in length.

  • Research Methods; Why Does the United States Have Fewer Students Taking Advanced Examinations Compared England and Wales, France and Germany

    This 10 page paper is the third chapter for a project looking at the different performance of students in the US compared to others countries in terms of the level of advanced examination that are taken. This paper is the research methodology paper, recapping on the purpose of the study and this aims and then outlining the research models, approached and methodology that will be utilised as well as the required resources and the brief findings of the pilot study. The bibliography cites 6 sources.

  • Research Proposal for the DOA In Regard to Granting More Government Contracts to Small Businesses

    This 5 page paper is a research proposal. A government department wants to award more contracts to small businesses, but does not known how to go about this. The research proposal identified the aims and objectives and then gives a research methodology and identifies the way suitable samples for the primary research will be identified. The bibliography cites 5 sources.

  • Improving Security Performance in an Organization with the Use of RFID Smart Cards and Biometric Data

    This is an in-depth paper examining the potential use of smartcards in order to improve security within an organization needs to control entrance into the facility. The idea is that a smart card, with embedded RFID technology may be used to gain access through automated entrance points, with identity verified through the use of biometric data. The paper starts with an introduction, presents an in-depth literature review examining the importance of security, the technology and the way in which it may be utilized, ending with a case study supported by suggested methodology and then some potential results. Fifty-one sources are cited in the bibliography of the seventy-three page paper.

  • Securities Portfolios in Russian Banks/A Research Proposal

    This research paper offers a study proposal that would investigate the risks inherent in the development and management of securities portfolios in the setting of Russian commercial banks. The writer considers the research methodologies and then designs a proposal based on this information. This five page paper has eleven sources in the bibliography.

  • Leveraging the Appraisal System and the Potential Introduction of a Performance Related Pay System at the UNHCR

    This 67 page paper looks at the way that performance appraisals may be leverage to create value and how they may help with the introduction of performance related pay in a non profit making multi-cultural organization; The UNHCR. The paper presents a project will all section up until, but not including the primary research. This includes the introduction, research questions and justification for the study, an in-dept literature review looking at relevant theories including motivation theory, the value and use of appraisals, the influence of culture and the use of performance related pay including the way it may be interpreted by the employees. A methodology including data collection and proposed analysis approach is included. The bibliography cites 49 sources.

  • Feasibility Study of a Texas Feed Mill

    This paper presents a study on the feasibility of opening an animal feed store in Texas. The author examines various aspects of the proposed business based on the current industry in Texas. This forty-five page paper has twenty-eight sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Security Introduction

    In forty pages this paper discusses U.S. security in an introduction to a paper including such topics as technology, security management, business security, and the home security industry. There are more than 24 sources cited in the bibliography.

  • The Problem of Poverty and HIV/AIDS Risk for Black American Women

    4 pages and 4 sources. This paper outlines the basic premise of an increased risk of HIV/AIDS infection in African American women who live in poverty. This paper is written as a Problem Statement for a thesis on this same topic.


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