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Managing human capital for optimum performance.
People undoubtedly constitute the most valuable asset in any enterprise be it public or private. Until we acknowledge that the expert in any particular job is most often the person performing it, we shall forever limit ...
Tourism, culture and development: Hopes, dreams and realities in East Indonesia.
(Polytechnic of Namibia, Department of Communication., 2008)
Ethics and values - Are they forgotten in our work place, community and society?
Throughout history, every human society has had its norms and values that its members obey to sustain its smooth existence. When people deviate from these norms, the society is in decadence. In the traditional society, ...
Investigating sources of economic growth by regression methods.
(Bethany Books, 2002)
Impacts of selected macroeconomic variables on the economy of Angola were analysed in this study. Using a combination of simple and multiple regression models, we established the effect of these macroeconomic variables on ...
Oil and economic growth: An econometric analysis.
(Bethany Books, 2001)
The study focuses specifically on the effect of oil exports, non-oil exports and foreign capital inflow on Nigeria‟s economic growth performance. Using the OLSQ regression technique, we generated the relationship between ...
The impact of trade on Africa: Empirical evidence from Zimbabwe.
The research addresses empirically the Export-led Growth Hypothesis (ELGH) using Zimbabwe as a laboratory test ground. This research work attempts to provide some evidence in this regard by examining the influence of trade ...
Impacts of trade on SADC economies: Some evidence from Angola.
Impacts of selected macroeconomic variables on the economy of Angola are analysed in this study. Using a combination of simple and multiple regression models, we established the effect of these macroeconomic variables on ...