The Role of business Research
Business Research: the systematic and objective process of gathering, recording and analyzing
data for aid in making business decisions.
Basic (Pure) Research: Research that is intended to expand the boundaries of knowledge i
VADODARA 390 001.
DOB: 13th May, 1999
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Is a multi tasking person.
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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
1. Intro to HRM
Concept of HRM
Functions of HRM
2. Concept & Process of SHRM
3. Concept of Job Analysis
Process & Techniques of Data collection methods
Concept of HRP
Forecasting & Its methods
5 Sectors on a Hiring Spree
The 25 best sectors to be in for the next 20
The 5 Fastest-Growing Industr
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Roll No. 39
According to a statement released in September,2015 by the Internet and
Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) amon
Effectiveness of Facebook's free basic campaign in context of target audience
1. Were all primary and secondary audiences reached?
2. Did the recipients of the message understand it?
3. What unforeseen circumstances affected the success of the campaign?
Minimum Maximum Mean
Std. DeviatVariance Skewness
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How Governments Influence Markets
By Andrew Beattie on March 09, 2011
In the 1920s, very few people would have identified the government as the major player in the markets. Today, very few people
would doubt that statement. In this article, we will l
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Declining Terms of Trade
by Tejvan Pettinger on June 14, 2011 in economics
The Terms of trade refer to the relative price of exports / imp
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A commercial policy (also referred to as a trade policy or international trade policy) is a set of rules and
regulations that are intended to change international trade flows, particularly to restric
Government Influence on Trade
Evaluate the rationale for government policies that enhance and restrict trade.
Examine the effects of pressure groups on trade policies.
Compare the protectionist rationales used in develop
2.3 User characteristics
There are two types of users that interact with the system: customer and employees. Each of these two types of users has different use of the system so each of
them has their own requirements.
The customers can only use the websit