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London Docklands Inner City Redevelopment case study

During 19th Century-port of London busiest in the world. Surrounding the docks were many industries using imported goods and high-density, poor quality housing (typical old inner-city area).  In the 1950s-ships become bigger = unable to reach London’s docks.  By 1970s, area became derelict, with few jobs, few services and poor living conditions. Many people forced to leave area to look for work + better quality of life. The was because traditional jobs in docks were lost (manual, unskilled, unreliable and poorly paid) and most housing was substandard-lacking basic amenities (services e.

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Case Studies for Fundamentals in Epidemiology

From WikiEducator The objective of Case Studies for Fundamentals of Epidemiology is the collection of cases to illustrate the principles taught in Fundamentals of Epidemiology, a Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health course with content available via JHSPH OpenCourseWare. Fundamentals in Epidemiology Course Description Fundamentals of Epidemiology introduces the basic concepts of epidemiology and biostatistics as applied to public health problems. Emphasis is placed on the principles and methods of epidemiologic investigation, appropriate summaries and displays of data, and the use of classical statistical approaches to describe the health of populations.

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Bhopal Gas Tragedy case study

1. Case Study onBhopal Gas Tragedy Made By- 2. Preview-Amongst the worst Industrial Disasters ofits time. • Occurrence: 3rd December 1984. • Place of occurrence: Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India. • Company: Union Carbide Corporation. • Chemical: Methyl Isocyanate (40 tons)• People Affected- >500,000• People Died- ~40,000 3. About 550,000 people were exposed to the gas. A government affidavit in 2006 stated the leak caused 558,125 INJURIES including 38,478TEMPORARY PARTIAL INJURIES and approximately 3,900 SEVERELY AND PERMANENTLY DISABLING INJURIES 4.

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Mystic Monk Coffee Swot Essay - 407 Words

Only available on StudyModeOpen Document→Save to my library SWOT Analysis Worksheet • • For instructions on using SWOT Analysis, visit www. mindtools. com/rs/SWOT. For personal career or life strategy, visit www. mindtools. com/rs/LifePlanWorkbook. Strengths What do you do well? What unique resources can you draw on? What do others see as your strengths? Weaknesses What could you improve? Where do you have fewer resources than others? What are others likely to see as weaknesses? 1. Mystic Monk Coffee is produced by using high-quality fair trade/organic Arabica beans.

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Case Study: The Expat Dilemma

Editors’ Note: This fictionalized case study will appear in a forthcoming issue of Harvard Business Review, along with commentary from experts and readers. If you’d like your comment to be considered for publication, please be sure to include your full name, company or university affiliation, and email address. As the senior HR executive in charge of managing overseas assignments, Anton Danois made a point of spending time with Streuvels Chemicals’ expatriate employees and their families. But this evening, dinner at the Lobatos’s home wasn’t going well.

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Medical Case Study Writing Help

The most difficult thing with writing a medical case study is to decide what it should contain, and how detailed it should be. Should you include all the symptoms, or only those on which your diagnosis is based? Do you need to describe a daily progress or not? Though you should try not to omit any important details, your medical case study doesn’t need to include everything. So the general advice is to leave not relevant information aside. Fortunately, medical case studies follow the same format. And if you stick to it, you can be sure your case study includes everything needed.

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Green Revolution in India

Green Revolution in India : A Case Study Why Green Revolution? The world's worst recorded food disaster happened in 1943 in British-ruled India. Known as the Bengal Famine, an estimated four million people died of hunger that year alone in eastern India (that included today's Bangladesh ). The initial theory put forward to 'explain' that catastrophe was that there as an acute shortfall in food production in the area. However, Indian economist Amartya Sen (recipient of the Nobel Prize for Economics, 1998) has established that while food shortage was a contributor to the problem, a more potent factor was the result of hysteria related to World War II which made food supply a low priority for the British rulers.

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Organizational Behavior 6e - Additional Case Studies

Chapter 5 Need-Based Perspectives on Motivation Lemuel Greene was a trainer for National Home Manufacturers, a large builder of prefabricated homes. National Home had hired Greene fresh from graduate school with a master�s degree in English. At first, the company put him to work writing and revising company brochures and helping with the most important correspondence at the senior level. But soon, both Greene and senior management officials began to notice how well he worked with executives on their writing, how he made them feel more confident about it, and how, after working with an executive on a report, the executive often was much more eager to take on the next writing task.

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Competitive Events - College - DECA Inc

Collegiate DECA’s Competitive Events Program allows students to put their experience, skills and knowledge to the test while representing their college or university. Students compete for top international honors in one of 24 different competitions. Collegiate DECA competitive events recognize student achievement, provide opportunities for traveling to conferences and networking with peers. The Collegiate DECA Competitive Events Program is recognized for helping to prepare students for their professional careers-in all events students are judged by business and industry professionals.

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Daimler Smart Fortwo Car in the US

Abstract: The case is about Daimler AG's Smart Fortwo car in the US market. Although the car was available in Europe since 1998, it never made a profit. The company redesigned the car and launched the second generation Smart Fortwo in the US in January 2008. The two-seater car was redesigned to offer consumers top quality and safety. It was marketed as economical and eco-friendly car. With rapid increase in fuel prices in the first half of 2008 and growing concern among the consumers about the environmental impact of fuel consumption, Smart Fortwo was able to generate interest among people.

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