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...  "Corruption," he noted, "is a major problem not only in Jamaica, in developing countries, but in developed countries as well." The book's author said that the ideas for the book, fully titled CORRUPTION, ...
... in those theories, which suggest that executives are expected to be selfish and self-serving. In this way, Business Schools are developing a cadre of managers who are devoid of any sense of moral responsibility ...
... cannot be credible if it is not capable, then the challenge will be to develop that capability. This can be done in a number of ways, not in the least is developing relationship with other authorities ...
Small states are usually small economies and it is generally accepted that they face particular difficulties in implementing and developing competition law.  It is arguable that these difficulties arise ...
5. There is no spoon
(Blog/Policy)
... declaring such a country to be corrupt. For more difficult would be to guess the identity of the country.  After all, in the developing world, and certainly in this region, we have many contestants that ...
... the past, impose provisional duties on the Domicem cement. Caribbean Cement, which has had to shutter its manufacturing operation temporarily as sales wane, said it was concerned by what seems to be developing ...
7. Ghoshal was wrong
(Blog/Management)
... business schools indoctrinate business students in those theories, which suggest that executives are expected to be selfish and self-serving. In this way, Business Schools are developing a cadre of managers ...
... was that the middle classes in developing countries were greedy and parasitic. Apparently, in the minds of the IMF and World Bank notables of twenty years ago, those undesirable middle class characteristics ...
9. Executive Risk
(Blog/Management)
... position in the which the modern executive was place: managing assets that he would almost inevitably apply to his own advantage. Jensen and Meckling were concerned with developing a model that would align ...
... was raised, about a poor developing country, that its representatives in Parliament regularly accepted money from persons to raise questions in the legislature; or that the members of the legislature consistently, ...
11. Schools
(Blog/Other)
... a boarding school education is just too expensive for developing countries.   And after I left university, I arrived at the Jamaica Defence Force Coast Guard.  This was more than a university.  This ...

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