The Nursing

Nursing is the backbone of health care delivery system. This paper looks at the nursing practices at the institution level and also at the healthcare facility. Various factors promote selection and choice of selecting a nursing as a profession practice. It gives an impressive and neat job security as an existing practice for women and men. This field has lot to offer, nurses are always on demand due to the high mortality and slow maturing technology in the field. One can also advance by studying to be medical assistance, surgeon assistance or more so doctors from the nursing practice. Nursing ...

Financial Fiasco of Two-Thousand Eight

History reveals that financial crisis in USA were due to the start of great depression. Many banks were closed due to these circumstances. Main factor behind it was to reorganize the USA Federal Reserve System. Actually the efforts were made to strength its own Banking system rather than commercial banking system. Powers were given to Board of Governors to control the banking system and separation of commercial banking was mandatory in such circumstances. Many changes were noticed as the use of the external currency was increased. The inflation reached to 20% at the end of 1979 beginning of 1 ...

Economy Topics

Question 1: "The firm's entire marginal cost curve is its short-run supply curve." True or False? Why? In my opinion, the above statement is partially true. A firm’s entire marginal cost curve is not equal to its short-run cost curve. I would argue that only a portion of the marginal cost curve equals the short-run supply curve. As stipulated by Irvin Tucker (223), it is only the portion of the marginal cost curve that forms the upper part above the minimum point that is equal to the firm’s supply curve. This is due to the fact that firms that operate in a perfectly competitive market usually ...

Exchange Rates and International Trade

“Exchange rates are the relative prices of moneys. Evidently, they have monetary causes. But if they do not have a price which is determined by fundamentals in the customary sense, then a further pillar of economic thought begins to totter: the ‘non-neutrality’ of exchange rates is the most important reason for the non-neutrality of money even in the long run”. Exchange rates compose the price of the monetary unit of a country; it is expressed in the monetary units of the other country. The functioning of the currency market and the dynamics of the exchange rates are closely connected with th ...

Efficient Market Hypothesis

The Efficient Market Hypothesis is a contentious hypothesis that says that security costs mirror all obtainable data, making it unproductive to choose stocks (this is, to examine stock in an endeavour to choose some that might return more than the others).The journals, which have been chosen to outline part of this literature review, have precise emphasis of observable facts, which relate to efficient market hypothesis and the global financial crisis. There is substantial uncertainty as to what this supposition is and what it articulates. The incongruity is that the strong connotation of this ...

Financial Crises and Bank Regulation

The financial sector is very critical to any country’s economy. The banking sector plays an integral part in the well-being of the countries’ macro- and microeconomic. Banking regulations, therefore, exist to guide transactions between the banking sector and its clientele, either individuals or corporate entities. Given the dense network of the financial sector and its corresponding value to the country’s macro and microeconomics, it is imperative for the regulatory authorities to establish best practices within the sector. As stated by Brunnermeier, Crockett, Goodhart, Persuad, and Shin (2009 ...

Does the Payment Method Matter in Takeovers

There are several types of payments in the practice of mergers and acquisitions: cash, ordinary shares, bonds or preferred shares, convertible shares, hybrid securities or derivatives, etc. Moreover, either a mixture of the above-mentioned ones or a deferred payment, i.e. obligation to pay in the future according to specified conditions, is possible. Major types of payment in mergers & acquisitions and corresponding distribution of deals involving certain types of payment in Russian takeovers (total 2,792 deals with the type of payment stated explicitly). Cash and ordinary stock are cons ...

Performance Evaluation

As a result of increased competition from businesses operating in the same field, there has been the urgent need for managers and other stakeholders to ensure that, service delivery by employees is of high standards. This way, the level of customer satisfaction is significantly raised, thus higher sales turnover both in the short and long-run. In order to gauge the performance of every employee, performance evaluation appraisal is carried out in relation to particular pre-established criterion and objectives set by an organization. Einstein & LeMere-Labonte (1989) define performance evalua ...

SIA Corporation

SIA Corporation was been faced with both management and ethical dilemma due the social, political and economic forces that were affecting the companies need for change. An important aspect of an organization is based on how it is structured because organizational structures are paramount in determining the effectiveness of an organization (Daft & Lane 2009). It therefore important to note that when managers fail to identify problems patterns and characteristics of their organizations they may end up fail to make solutions into those problems (Daft & Lane 2009). This was the case with S ...

Monetary and Fiscal Policy

Fiscal policy refers to the term of government policy and it is considered as one of the main methods of state intervention into the national economy in order to reduce the business cycles fluctuations and provide a stable economic system in the short term. The main instruments of fiscal policy are the revenues and expenditures of the state budget, taxes, transfers, and government purchases of goods and services. The main goal of fiscal policy is to control aggregate demand by changing the rates of taxation and government spending. Government fiscal policy is able to affect the following objec ...