A Report on Solar Photovoltaic Energy

Abstract Renewable energy refers to the kind of energy whose source does not get depleted when used. This includes energy obtained from wind and solar power. On the other hand, non-renewable sources of energy constitute the particular energy whose source gets depleted once the energy is produced. Some of the sources of non-renewable energy include coal and fossils. It is economical for various energy organs within different parts of the world to supply energy from renewable sources to address the increasing energy demand that must have resulted from reduced energy being obtained from non-renewable sources that are at the threat of depletion. St. Eustatius Island is a Caribbean Island that is...

Video Discussion 1

Business Studies Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Date Video Discussion 1 Chapter 1. A company's business model; in the video, Simon Sinek describes a business model as a way through which a company generates, captures and delivers value in different contexts such as economic, cultural and social perspective, and it can also be part of business strategy. Primarily business model can be used to refer to essential business features such as the target customers and other operational processes (Sinek, 2009). The idea of business model has been merged with accounting standards and is used in determining whether some assets should be measured in fair value or remunerated costs. Realized...

The Influence of the European Economy on the Financial Sector of the United Kingdom

The Influence of the European Economy on the Financial Sector of the United Kingdom Name Institution Abstract The financial sector of the UK is relatively stronger than its counterparts in the EU and those outside its bounds. To ensure its ranking with growing global economies, the sector has to distinguish itself from the blend of economies formed by the EU to expand its limits. The EU contributes significantly to the trading in the sector, while the UK admits other parties into the EU through its market. This dependence has resulted in a catch-22 following Brexit and other developing relationships within the financial sector of the UK. The effect of the EU on the UK’s financial sector is...

The impact of organizational ambidexterity on performance of distributors in the telecommunication industry

The impactof organizational ambidexterity on performance of distributors in the telecommunication industry I declare that the material contained in this project is the end result of my own work and the due acknowledgement has been given in the bibliography and references to all sources be they printed, electronic or personal. And that: The Word Count of this Project is 15,262.00 Maryam Nasseri, 11th September List oft he tables: TOC o "1-3" Introduction PAGEREF _Toc521831774 h 1 1.1 Research objective PAGEREF _Toc521831775 h 3 1.2 Research relevance PAGEREF _Toc521831776 h 3 Distribution Channels PAGEREF _Toc521831777 h 6 2.1 Distributors channels PAGEREF _Toc521831778 h 6 2.2...

The effect of teacher absenteeism on student performance

Effects of Teacher Absenteeism to Student Performance Student’s name University A Review of Literature This chapter reviews the literature related to teacher absenteeism and its correlation to student performance. The review begins with an overview of the teacher’s value in the classroom including subtopics such as indicators of teacher quality and how we determine teacher effectiveness. The review then focuses on the factors associated with teacher attendance, causes of teacher absenteeism and the effect of teacher absence on students, the classroom, and the school. The value of a teacher The national report titled A Nation at Risk, written in 1983, boldly declared that the United...

The European Union legitimacy crisis: causes and solutions

center610 UG COURSEWORK FEEDBACK SHEET School of Politics and International Relations Use your 9 digit student number only: do NOT use your name anywhere on your coursework. Work must be submitted by QMPlus by the stated deadline date and time. By submitting this coversheet, you: declare that the writing-up of this coursework is your own unaided work; declare that you have read, fully understood, and completely abided by QMUL’s Academic Regulations, including those pertaining to assessment offences; understand that your coursework will be submitted to the anti-plagiarism software Turnitin. STUDENT NUMBER MODULE CODE/ COURSEWORK TITLE POL388: Dissertation WORD COUNT: 14, 031...

Reputational risk of tax avoidance

REPUTATIONAL RISK OF TAX AVOIDANCE Abstract The data analysis for this paper was done using the year 2007 excel. The aim was to use various techniques to prove H1, H2 and H3. Ten UK based companies were utilized for this paper. The calculation is done separately to show the regression both before and after adverse media selection in September 2014.The analysis confirms that nearly all firms were affected by the unfavorable media attention. The methods used include regression, trends and change in stocks. The multiplier R is the correlation coefficient which indicates the strength of the linear relationship. The analysis proved hypotheses because nearly all the firms reported the decrease in stock...

Redesign curriculum of accounting

Redesign the Accounting Curriculum Student’s Name Course Code Course Name Date Redesign the Accounting Curriculum Recently accounting has made significant impacts on political and socioeconomic developments especially in interpretation, recording, investment, management, auditing, and preparing. Also, more impacts in decision making include; storage, merger and acquisition, planning and controlling of business operations. There are factors which have led to redesigning of accounting curriculum and include; innovation, globalization, changes in business environment, skills required for an accountant to play his role effectively and the experiences learners need to improve on their previous...

My thesis title is carbon footprint calculations with different carbon calculators. Carbon footprint calculations in agriculture.

CARBON FOOTPRINT CALCULATION IN AGRICULTURE Student’s Name Course Professor’s Name University City (State) Date Carbon footprint calculations in agriculture Carbon footprint is as a result of greenhouse gas that is emitted from agricultural activities and products. The intensity of the emission of these gases of farm activities has called upon the interest of scientists. There are numerous calculation tools for working out the rate of greenhouse gas production. Carbon footprinting is a method applicable in assessing and comparing GHG emissions from agricultural activities together with considerations to improve efficiencies. To perform the project on carbon footprint...

Major effect switching accounting standards from NGAAP to IFRS

Effects of Switching From GAAP to IFRS Student’s Name Course Name Professor’s Name City and Location Date The US GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) is a set of commonly acknowledged principles in accounting that determine the earning and value the assets of American companies for the last 75 years. Companies outside the U.S., have been using different globally standards called international financial reporting standards, IFRS. However, the country is now adopting the global standards, but it is not a smooth transition. Experts have diverse opinions on the implications of this shift but they all agree that the move has both positive and negative impacts (Lin S, Riccardi W...