2.1 Industry and markets: what do we mean? Sales of digital cameras have overtaken traditional 35 mm cameras for the first time. According to monthly figures collated by national electric and photo retailer Dixons, digital camera sales out Yemenis reject US and al Qaeda 23062.jpg Virtual Maths - Numbers, Geometry 2D shapes Stealing Empire: P2P, intellectual property and hip-hop subversion Consolidation in turbulent times Branding Africa Coping with Copenhagen: the business implications The illusion of control: dancing with chance Just a pretty face(book)? Social media tries to come of age Pricing guidelines for firms during a crisis Communicating your way to the top Sustainable practices: engaging consumers and suppliers Google’s China dilemma: stay or go? Social enterprise: Using microfinance to alleviate poverty yet still post dramatic growth Home Truths about the Housing Market Can 'Cash for Clunkers' Help Jump-start the Auto Industry? Title: statuette of Senwosret A Roadmap for Education Technology Inspiring Young People to Become Lifelong Learners in 2025
Case study: Digital outsells film
Yemenis say they do not want any U.S. involvement in the country but at the same time distance themselves also from al Qaeda. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
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Stealing Empire poses the question What possibilities for agency exist in the age of corporate globalisation Using the work of Antonio Negri and Michael Hardt as a point of entry Adam Haupt delves into varied terrain to locate answers in this groundbreaking inquiry He explores arguments about copyright via peertopeer P2P platforms such as Napster free speech struggles debates about access to information and open content licenses and develops a politically incisive analysis of counter discourses
Lufthansa carried a total of 70.5 million passengers last year and was ranked number one by IATA (International Air Transport Association) for having carried the most number of passengers on international scheduled routes, leaving number two Air France lagging some 20 per cent behind.
Think of Africa and you’re likely to conjure up images of warfare, drought and corruption. But Ruurd Brouwer, Africa Director of entrepreneurial development bank FMO in the Netherlands says that, in order to attract investment to the continent, we need to get rid of the sorts of images as depicted by aid agencies and instead replace them with pictures of successful African bankers driving Mercedes cars.
The Copenhagen Climate Summit (COP 15) began on December 7, 2009, on the heels of the pirating of the East Anglia University Climatic Research Unit's email exchanges, and calls of climate sceptics to re-examine the scientific basis for undertaking actions to limit greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions originating from human activity.
Looking back, it may seem obvious that there was insufficient risk management in the financial industry. In a new book called ‘Dance with chance, making luck work for you’ authors Spyros Makridakis, Robin Hogarth and Anil Gaba suggest that while there are events that you can’t anticipate, there are better ways of dealing with risk.
Emails are old hat; SMSs passe. Tweeting, blogging, and posting on “walls” are no longer the domain of the under-30s. They have become a staple of the way most people in the world communicate today, of the way Fortune 100 companies reach out to customers old and new.
In their paper, When to Push the Panic Button?, INSEAD professors ‘Paddy’ V. Padmanabhan and Pushan Dutt show that consumers engage in consumption smoothing both across and within product categories, and that expenditure share of durable goods falls during a crisis. Also, within durables they find that expenditure on automobiles decreases, whereas expenditure on bicycles increases.
Good communication skills outrank other core business competencies as the number one skill for corporate recruiters looking to hire MBA graduates. That rather surprising conclusion comes not from communications specialists, but from an organisation that has all the relevant data at its fingertips, The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), which runs GMAT testing for MBA applicants.
Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) is one firm that knows very well that its environmental and economic impact extends well beyond its factory gates. This starts with the ingredients it needs for its products to the natural resources required to make the packaging, "extending all the way to the people who buy and consume our drinks and handle the packaging," says CCE Europe's Communications Director, Shanna Wendt (YMP Sep '05).
Just four years shy of setting up Google China, the leading internet search engine company has already threatened to withdraw its Chinese-language search engine Google.cn from the country over censorship and alleged cyber attacks on the e-mail accounts of Chinese human rights activists.
Many institutions around the world are turning to microfinance both as a strategy to help lift the poor out of the poverty trap and to make a decent return on investment. While the business gains from lending money to those who earn only about one or to dollars a day may seem limited, some of the major international banks are now turning their attention to this sector. In a new case study, INSEAD Adjunct Professor Mahboob Mahmood highlights the work of the Kashf Foundation in Pakistan, an organi
The sub-prime mortgage crisis and the credit crunch that has followed in its aftermath are taking their toll on the housing market. On August 28, the S&P Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index fell 3.2% in the second quarter. According to the National Association of Realtors, the inventory of unsold homes is at a record high. As sales have fallen, many home builders have seen their stock prices drop by more than 60% during the past year. How serious is this situation? Is there light at the
Ford reported its first sales gain in 20 months, thanks to the U.S. government's "cash for clunkers" rebate program that gives consumers a rebate of up to $4,500 to trade in older cars for new and more fuel-efficient models. Other manufacturers said their continuing sales declines would have been worse without the program. All in all, the officially named Car Allowance Rebate System (CARS) provided taxpayers with a good return on their investment, Wharton management professor John Paul MacDuffie
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Description: Basalt statuette of Senwosret, seated on a cube representing a throne. His arms are crossed, with his left palm flat against his chest and a double sash clasped in his right hand. He wears a long garment and a tripartite wig.
There are three perpendicular lines of hieroglyphs facing to the right on the right hand side of the throne and three perpendicular lines facing to the left on the left hand side. Down the back pillar on the reverse of the statuette, there is one col
This report describes the initial findings of several workshops convened in 2009 to consider the future of education and in particular the role of technology and computer science in education. Through a series of facilitated collaborative workshops, leaders in several disciplines engaged in conversations that cast computers in the role of facilitating education in the future and recommended a research agenda for federal funding.,Research report
This Paper presents the Learnovation vision for 2025 within and around the formal education system, including primary and secondary schools as well as Vocational Education and Training. There are a number of characteristics shared by these three areas (or territories) of Lifelong Learning: Normally, all or most of a school systems elements are institutionalized, controlled and regulated by the state, irrespective of whether they are operated by the state or other public bodies or by private in
Sales of digital cameras have overtaken traditional 35 mm cameras for the first time. According to monthly figures collated by national electric and photo retailer Dixons, digital camera sales out
Yemenis reject US and al Qaeda
Virtual Maths - Numbers, Geometry 2D shapes
Stealing Empire: P2P, intellectual property and hip-hop subversion
Consolidation in turbulent times
Coping with Copenhagen: the business implications
The illusion of control: dancing with chance
Just a pretty face(book)? Social media tries to come of age
Pricing guidelines for firms during a crisis
Communicating your way to the top
Sustainable practices: engaging consumers and suppliers
Google’s China dilemma: stay or go?
Social enterprise: Using microfinance to alleviate poverty yet still post dramatic growth
Home Truths about the Housing Market
Can 'Cash for Clunkers' Help Jump-start the Auto Industry?
Title: statuette of Senwosret
A Roadmap for Education Technology
Inspiring Young People to Become Lifelong Learners in 2025