Verenkelen en verdubbelen : Regelkaart
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In dit leermiddel vind je een regelkaart voor verenkelen en verdubbelen.

Aan de linkerkant zien leerlingen hoe ze woorden moeten splitsen in lettergrepen. Op deze regelkaart wordt het splitsen in trappen getoond.

Aan de rechterkant zie je de …


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References

Alesina, A. and Perotti, R. (2004) ‘The European Union: a politically incorrect view’, Journal of Economic Perspectives, vol.18, no.4, pp. 27–48.
Buti, M., Eijffinger, S. and Franco, D. (2003) ‘Revisiting the Stability and Growth Pact: grand design or internal adjustment?’, CEPR Discussion Papers, 3692, Centre For Economic Policy Research, London.
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- Engagement et distanciation: à propos de l'expérience des chercheur(e)s.

  Bernard Fusulier (FNRS-U. de Louvain)


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1.6 Valuing diversity

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Monitoring means gathering evidence to show what progress has been made towards strategic priorities and targets and the implementation of policies.

Evaluation means making judgements about the results.

DfES 2003, National Training Programme for New Governors, Module 2, p. 4.

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1.6.4 Summary

  • EU enlargement is going to impose new problems for both monetary and fiscal policy.

  • The process by which the accession countries can enter the Euro-zone will be long and will possibly lack stability.

  • According to the rules of the SGP fiscal retrenchment is called for some governments because of government sector imbalances, though this might be offset by payments to the accession countries and regions from Structural and Co
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5 Conclusions

Finally, I would like to mention some specific criticisms about Hofstede's research. There are in fact a number of criticisms that can be made, but I will confine myself to two main issues:

  1. We may not be able to generalise Hofstede's findings to other organisations because his empirical data were obtained by comparing the values of employees ‘within the subsidiaries of one large multinational corporation’ (Pugh, 2007, p. 230), even though the research
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Those who make t
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Van tomaten kweken tot naaien, van een cadeau inpakken tot een jongen zoenen.

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Learning outcomes

After studying this course, you should be able to:

  • list the skills and knowledge needed to conduct full and fair recruitment and selection

  • undertake full and fair recruitment and selection systematically.


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