Disruptive Innovations-Reforming competition law regimes in India
Disruptive innovations tend to alter the patterns of industries, businesses and consumers because of its superiority.In emerging markets like that of India,it has a significant role to play. Pioneering innovations provided by entrepreneurs and big business houses have brought a major shift in customer market share, witnessing a change of trend from company centric towards a more customer centric market.
On the global front,Competition authorities are welcoming the change and encouraging the innovators to cater customer friendly market regimes.India has also followed the recent drift towards dynamic competition, which strives for more efficiency with technological improvements,and the same is being advocated by the competition regulator in bringing the competition regimes in parlance with other developed jurisdictions such as that of EU and US.
The paper will focus on the disruptive advancements and their business models which is reforming the country’s market and the manner in which the anti-trust regulators have played their part in striking a balance between the upcoming businessand the already existing players.Additionally, the paper will also scrutinize the competitive regimes relating to disruptive innovations prevalent in different jurisdictions around the world compared to that of India.
On the global level as well Competition authorities across various jurisdictions have inclined more towards the innovators in order to bring more customer friendly innovations.
Pioneering innovations provided by entrepreneurs and big business houses have brought a major shift in customer market share, witnessing a change of trend from company centric towards a more customer centric market.
Type of service-Dissertation services Type of assignment-Dissertation Subject-Law Pages / words-35 / 9500 Number of sources-200 Academic level-Master’s Paper format-OSCOLA Line spacing-Double Language style-UK English
Read the business case study of Samsung Successful Marketing Story and develop a solution to the questions raised.
There are multiple potential answers to the questions so you should explore all possible answers. You should address the following questions and present your action plan, proposal or decision at the end:
QUESTIONS Customer Needs & Wants 1) Why is tailoring to a customer’s needs so important for a business? 2) What are some problem(s) that can arise from catering to customers needs? How can a company like SamSung resolve such problem? 3) Using your business knowledge, how does company like Samsung generate the insights they need to tailor products to customers’ needs? Think about how they know about their customer’s need 4) If you could change just one thing about any specific product (i.e: mobile phone, laptop) to meet your group needs, what would it be?
International Business & Managing Cross-cultural Environment 1) Samsung being a global brand has played a major role in exports, jobs, and innovation for each of the countries they operate in. As a group, discuss some of the challenges/holdbacks this can create. 2) As a global business, how can Samsun manage diverse cultures of employees and employers to avoid cross-cultural issues?
Competitiveness 1) In what new, innovative ways can competitors (like Apple, Sony, Huawei ) prove that it can adapt to any country/region’s needs through their products?
Type of service-Academic paper writing Type of assignment-Case study Subject-Business Pages / words-5 / 1375 Number of sources-5 Academic level-Master’s Paper format-APA Line spacing-Double Language style-US English
Compare and contrast a psychological school of thought with a sociological school of thought with reference to the following current health and social care issue: Dependency The essay should be referenced according to the Harvard System of Referencing.
Module Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this module, students will have demonstrated Knowledge 1. Knowledge of different schools of thought in psychology. 2. An understanding of key theoretical frameworks in sociology. 3. Ability to evaluate, compare and contrast psycho-social theory in social care. 4. Ability to present material in a clear coherent manner, with appropriate standards of literacy, in written and group presentation form.
The PowerPoint presentations should be referenced according to the Harvard System of Referencing.
Type of service-Academic paper writing Type of assignment-Power Point presentation Subject-Healthcare&Medicine Pages / words-10 / 1500 Number of sources-7 Academic level-GCSE / A Level Paper format-MLA Line spacing-Double Language style-UK English
Paper One: Compare and Contrast Two Literary Works
**This paper is to written in in a plain voice, not using too many big academia words**
My paper on Compare and Contrastwill be on thetwo Literary Works below by Edgar Alan Poe
Edgar Alan Poe’s poem “The Raven” and his short story “The Cask of Amontillado.”
Instructions below: READ CAREFULLY
Length: 6 full pages of text, MLA Works Format.
Two primary sources; please document borrowed material carefully
Topic: This paper is to be a detailed comparison and contrast between two literary works. You may choose poetry and/or story. You may choose two books, films, plays, short stories, plays, and/or poems. For example, you could choose to compare and contrast a book and the film based on that book. You could compare a story and a poem – possibly Edgar Alan Poe’s poem “The Raven” and his short story “The Cask of Amontillado.” Another possibility would be a comparison and contrast between the novels Hunger Games and 1984.
Do not simply summarize the plots of your two chosen texts. Make value judgments about them. Why did you choose these texts? Do they have deeper meanings that are not immediately apparent? What is so good or bad about these texts? What are the characters like? What are the similarities and differences between the plots and the settings? Do you think the texts say anything about their authors? Be specific, using plenty of concrete details and examples, but please make sure to document any quotes or ideas from your sources in MLA documentation style.
Length: At least six full pages of text. Please attach an MLA style Works Cited list, which does not count as a text page.
Format: Typed, double-spaced 12 pt. font – Times New Roman.
The paper should have an introduction that draws the reader’s attention and sets the stage for the rest of the paper. Then, the body of the paper should go into more detail about your chosen literary works. The conclusion of the paper should wrap up your main points.
Sources:Two literary works, chosen from previous study of literature or from our textbooks in this class. If you choose to do additional research, such as professional reviews of the literary works, you must also document those professional reviews in correct MLA style.
Caution: Any passages of dialogue or text taken word-for-word from one of your sources must be enclosed in quotation marks. Each of these quoted passages must have its very own MLA in-text citation. In addition, any paraphrases, summaries, or ideas taken from your sources but subsequently put into your own words must have their very own MLA in-text citations. Paraphrases, summaries, or ideas do not need quotation marks, just the in-text citations. If a paper is plagiarized, it will receive a failing grade.
Type of service-Academic paper writing Type of assignment-Essay Subject-Literature Pages / words-6 / 1650 Number of sources-2 Academic level-Junior (College 3rd year) Paper format-MLA Line spacing-Double Language style-US English
Submit your 1-2 -paragraph response, reflecting on one of the following discussion questions, which should demonstrate the mastery of the assigned reading and the material.
* Please clearly state which of the following questions you are addressing in your essay. * Please show that you have studied the material by reflecting on the assigned chapter. Citing textbook helps. * Make sure to fully elaborate your response.
1)When Madison talks about establishing the Constitution as being a federal act and not a national one, what does he mean exactly?
2)What is the difference between a national and a federal government?
3)Which would actually be more conducive to public administration?
4)What is Martin Diamond’s understanding of what the Framers meant by federalism?
5)Does their understanding of federalism make sense in a world where public administration is essential to the execution of public law and the distribution of public services?
6)It might be convenient to think of the federal system as a layer cake, but Morton Grodzins believes that it is more accurate to conceive of it as a marble cake. Why?
7)Given modern public administration, which conception makes more sense. Explain why.
8)In presenting an historical view of federalism, Harry Scheiber talks about the three main flaws of the Grodzins-Elazar construct. How do you understand this construct and what are the three main flaws?
9)What are the implications of all this for implementation of a CA?
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1. Why did the North win the war and what was the impact of the war on US society?
2. What was the outcome of Reconstruction after 1877?
Why do people say that it was defeated or abandoned after this point?
2. Were all the people of the US afforded the same rights, liberties and opportunities in the century between the creation of the USA and the end of Reconstruction (1775 to 1877)?
Civil War (25%)
Why did the
North win the war and what was the impact of the war on US society?
beginning many observers believed that the South could win the war. After all, the parallels to the rebels of the
American Revolution seemed evident, where George Washington’s armies won few
battles but won the war. Some even look
to Vietnam’s war against the USA, where Vietnamese armies effectively won NO
battles against the better equipped US soldiers, yet won the war by making the
US population tire of the conflict.
Northerners had to conquer the Confederacy, and winning only meant
making the Northern population tire of the war and send their soldiers
How did Robert Toombs see these parallels to the
Revolution (Cobbs 3d ed)? Again, Northern armies had to invade and occupy the
Southern states, which were comparable to the size of the rebellious English
colonies of 1775-1781. And Southerners
claimed to be fighting for freedom and independence as well. What enabled Northern armies to keep fighting
when so many wanted a truce?
Yes, as Junkin Preston or Simpson (Cobbs both eds)
both note, the south suffered, and yes, the north had material advantages, but
AGAIN many INVADING nations have LOST wars even with TREMENDOUS material
advantages. I contend that instrumental to the victory
was when Lincoln redefined the war as
one for freedom (see the cartoon images (both editions) and James McPherson (3d
ed) and Williams (4th ed)in Cobbs) by making it explicitly about
ending slavery. Discuss.Why was this
such an effective political, military measure?
What did it do for both Northern and Southern morale? How did it affect international relations? Etc?
Now of course
the economic and demographic benefits of the North were important, but they
only mattered if the war lasted long enough, and could be somewhat neutralized
with support from global powers like England, France or Spain, all of whom had
navies many time more vast and powerful than the Union or Confederacy.
“Crises of Reconstruction”
was the outcome of Reconstruction after 1877?
Why do people say that it was defeated or abandoned after this point?
In the immediate
aftermath of the war African Americans former slaves and free blacks fought for
and attained many rights and freedom, at least on paper. The very real gains included suffrage (voting
rights) and political representation (blacks held positions in state and
national congresses and the US senate, and were sheriffs, tax collectors etc as
seen in Cobbs and Boyer. Nonetheless, by 1890 African Americans had
lost virtually all of these rights (particularly in the South) and by the 1890s
most blacks lived under oppressive and brutal governments. What happened?Explain the role of laws
(LA Black codes in Cobbs) and the role of white violence in defeating black
civil/political and human/social rights during Reconstruction (see in
particular McMillan (Cobbs both eds) and Steven Hahn (3d ed) and Blackmon (4th
ed) in Cobbs. What do Blum and Blight
say about how the history of the war was re-written in the generations that
NOTE THAT THIS CUMULATIVE
ESSAY IS 50% OF THIS ASSIGNMENT, AND THEREFORE 15% OF THE ENTIRE COURSE GRADE
all the people of the US afforded the same rights, liberties and opportunities
in the century between the creation of the USA and the end of Reconstruction
(1775 to 1877)?
Was it a self-evident truth that “all
men were created equal” in the “eyes” of the US government and political and
economic leaders between the war for Independence (1775-1781) and
Reconstruction (1865-1877), as the Declaration of Independence promised? Were
all the people of the US afforded the same rights, liberties and opportunities
in this era? Why or why not? How or how not?
the wake of the American Revolution many people in the US looked to better
lives but others faced more of the same or even worse conditions. Discuss
how the lives of three different groups in the US changed in the generations
from the war for independence to the Civil War (ex/ white elites, merchants,
farmers, white women, African Americans, male laborers, etc). You have flexibility in which groups you
choose, but it would be very difficult to write a successful essay that does
not specifically discuss African Americans and women.
In this comprehensive essay, please use specific examples from Boyer and Cobbs. You are expected to use the analysis and evidence you have used in prior essays and assignments.
Explain the potential impact of white privilege on clients from both dominant and minority groups (consider impact of both positive and negative stereotypes).
Explain how intersecting identities might impact an individual’s experience (for example, race/ethnicity and gender, race/ethnicity and class, race/ethnicity and ability, race/ethnicity and sexual orientation, race/ethnicity and class).
Providing specific examples, explain how a social worker might utilize cultural strengths when working with clients.
Describe 2-3 social work skills and how a social worker might use them to engage in anti-oppressive work.
Support ideas in paper with at least 2-3 course resources (please reference specific chapters, not the entire textbook) and at least one additional peer-reviewed article from the Walden library (not assigned in this course) to support your ideas.
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Each of these 3 questions must be answered separately using the readings provided in the files. Each answer must be about 400 words each.
Question 1. Please explain how ideas about “race” and racist ideologies have changed between the nineteenth century (the 1800s) and the twenty-first century (and in the time in-between). What role did these ideologies play in science (both natural science and social science), in politics and in everyday life?
How did these ideologies vary across geographic locations? What factors caused a change in these ideologies? In which ways have they remained the same?
Question 2. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, countries in the Americas (e.g., Canada, the US, Brazil, Mexico, Haiti) emerged as newly independent nations. From that point onwards, national elites sought to define what the national territory would be which kinds of people could become citizens or nationals, and under what conditions.
What were the implications of this process for Indigenous peoples, people of African descent, and people of Asian origin in the Americas? How did the incorporation or exclusion of these groups from citizenship and national belonging change across time, and vary across countries, in the twentieth century?
Question 3. At the global and national levels, the second half of the twentieth century has seen a change in laws and institutions that previously worked to exacerbate racial inequality, and an emergence of laws and institutions that attempted to reduce or compensate for this inequality or at least call attention to the problem of racism.
What were the political factors (at the global and national levels) that made these changes possible? And what are some of the institutions, in today’s world, still contribute to the maintenance of racial inequality?
Need a reflection paper that explores the role of prayer in Judaism.
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Carefully read attached Video Case Guideline word doc. After watching the (2) Youtube video links in the doc answer questions A and B.
Note: Please use attached Chapter 7 Notes word doc for reference when needed to answer questions A and B
Youtube links from video case guidelines doc:
VIDEO CASE ANALYSISGUIDELINES and QUESTIONS
Video case: “Budding Biz – David Wernick video interview with Ralph
This video is an interview that
examines the founding and growth of WTDC, a leading Miami-based logistics
infrastructure company founded by the Gazitua family in the 1970s. WTDC
President and CEO Ralph Gazitua explains how and why his family started the
company, the various challenges his company has faced over time and how he has
adapted his business model to meet the demands of the marketplace. The 15-minute video includes a tour of WTDC’s
warehouse and a brief interview with WTDC’s marketing manager.
1. Watch the 15-minute video, available at
the links below. Note that the video is
in two parts. You must watch both parts:
a. Identify three specific terms from the chapters/notes that Mr. Gazitua mentioned in the video. In your own words, briefly explain what each term means.(40 pts)
b. Assume that Mr. Gazitua has decided to
expand WTDC’s global reach by seeking customers in Africa. He assigned you the
task of developing a strategy to accomplish the company’s expansion objective. Which of U.S. government agencies in Chapter
7 do you think would be most helpful in helping you to develop your strategy?
Explain your answer. Be sure to support
your answer with terms and concepts from the Notes/Chapter.(60 pts)
a. Answer the case in a Word doc.
b. Answer each question in a separate
paragraph. Please number the question you are answering.
c. Answer all questions in a narrative format, using complete
sentences. Points will be deducted
for using a bulleted/numbered list format.
your name, Panther ID, and the case title on the first page of your paper.
e. The paper should be approximately 500 words (total) excluding the questions.