Introduction China has been predicted by Wilson and Purushothaman (2006) to be the world’s largest economy by 2050 with China being positioned as one of the BRICS economies (a group made up of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa). As a result of this focus on growth, increased attention has been directed towards China … Read More
Category Archives: Services / Sample Dissertations
Competitive Strategy – a critical review of the core academic arguments (LITERATURE REVIEW)
INTRODUCTION Essentially, strategy is about setting a coherent and broadly understood long-term direction for a business (Johnson, Whittington, Scholes, Angwin & Regnér, 2014). The most basic ideas of strategy consider the application of strength against weakness, in an attempt to ensure that the most promising business opportunities are exploited (Rumelt, 2012). This simple concept highlights … Read More
Business Topic with Titles Samples
1. An exploration of the link between personality characteristics and the emergence of dynamic capabilities Dynamic capabilities (DC’s) are increasingly positioned as something superior and high performing firms possess, and as such, how to obtain them is increasingly gaining momentum in the literature. This study would introduce dynamic capabilities drawing on a wide body of … Read More
Knowledge transfers in Strategic Alliances in China
Abstract Based on a mixed methods approach drawing on open and closed questions within an online questionnaire, this research seeks to explore knowledge transfers undertaken by Chinese firms as part of an international strategic alliance. Drawing on the overall importance of international strategic alliances in the Chinese economy, this research seeks to understand what are … Read More
Would a change in the law on assisted dying be ethically permissible?
Would a change in the law on assisted dying be ethically permissible? Introduction As with most ethical debates, the question posed above creates a divide between two distinct schools of thought: those authors who are in favour of proposed change and those who are not. Nevertheless, each of these groups can be divided into subgroups, … Read More
The value of early interventions and the role of improving outcomes for children, young people and their families, with focus on parenting programmes and the FNP.
Introduction Despite the drive for holistic approaches to improve outcomes for children, young people and their families, inequalities and child poverty continue to exist, and prevent vulnerable and disadvantaged groups from realising their potential in all aspects of their health, development and wellbeing (Department of Health, 2004). Intervening early in a child’s life is considered … Read More