A researcher must know two important things before the selection of research/thesis topic. The researcher must know the sources of data collection and the type of statistical technique used in the analysis. Many a times, it is seen that students submit the research topics without having clear idea about the sources of data collection and the appropriate statistical technique for the analysis. Such students face terrible issues once they start working on the project. Therefore, students must be careful while submitting the final topic. A list of important topics of research on finance is provided to help the students in selecting their research/thesis topics.
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Living In A Permanent State Of Crisis – Is This What We Are In For? Are we living in a perpetual state of crisis? It surely seems like it. From Arab Spring we are moving to a Winter of discontent, from human tragedies like Blevik’s mad attack in Norway this summer, to natural disasters – Turkey’s earthquakes and Thailand’s floods being the last in a series – and no lack of notable celebrity and corporate scandals, it never stops does it?
Secure Social Media Simulation Platform . Wondering how you can be better prepared to monitor and handle social media in a crisis? Feeling that social media policies, guidelines and training are not enough to enhance your social media crisis management capability? CS&A News .
Ethics and Morality Crises Take The Front Page by Storm Corruption, scandals and ethics breaches have occurred in both the private and public sectors for as long as they have existed. A brief survey of history reveals that every era has been troubled by questions of morality, especially in the financial, business and news sectors.
Terrorist Invasion : The Terrifying Challenge Facing International Hotel Chains by Alan Morrison The Mumbai attacks of 2008 saw a frightening escalation in the methodology of terrorist groups wishing to cause mass fatalities aimed at seemingly “Western” targets
Saving, Protecting and Enhancing Reputation by Caroline Sapriel. Whether you are directly implicated in the current crisis, impacted like most, or herding and grabbing the momentum to “fix” some basics, the challenge and the opportunity will be to save, protect and/or enhance your organization’s reputation.
International Schools Move to Enhance Crisis Preparedness by Caroline Sapriel Responding to the ever-increasing risk environment, international schools are moving to enhance their crisis preparedness and resilience. Contingency Planning is Good for Business, by Ruud Kloppenburg To help clients enhance their crisis anticipation, prevention, mitigation and recovery capability, CS&A applies a business contingency framework, which distinguishes and integrates three principal phases, namely pre-loss, loss and post-loss.
Aviation Crisis Management: Doing Less During The Economic Downturn is Not An Option by David Gault The current economic downturn has taken its toll on the majority of industries which has resulted in companies globally closely looking at their operation to see where costs can be saved.. Crisis Planning: A Key Pillar of Brand Protection by Raed Gerges The global economic crisis has affected most industries across the globe. There is no need to elaborate on the details and the consequences of this crisis, as much has been said and written on the topic. What is important to highlight is the opportunity for companies, organizations and institutions, across all sectors to learn and be prepared for crisis situations ..
Internal Communications, Corporate Culture And Crisis Prevention by Martin Light a partner of Aspect S.A., a communications management firm Question: How many people do you have on your crisis prevention team? Answer: As many employees as you have If this is true, then why does employee communication often only take priority after the event ..
Preventive or Reactive Approach to Supply Chain Disruption? by Ingeborg Veelenturf, a chain management consultant in Singapore Last month’s volcano eruption in Iceland affected many businesses and consumers around the globe. Piracy – An Acute Risk for Commercial Shipping, Industry and Governments ICONS On-Line Simulations Help Prepare and Practice The hijacking of a Korean oil tanker headed for the Horn of Africa has catapulted the problem of piracy in the Indian Ocean back into the headlines..
Editorial by Caroline Sapriel For several decades now, crisis management has been institutionalized, taught at universities across the world, and of course, many multinational organizations have tried and tested crisis systems in place. So why then, we ask, are some still making the same mistakes when faced with a crisis?
CS&A Recent Assignments CS&A Conducts a Two-day Crisis Training Program for Ford Asia Pacific Africa CS&A Assist China Navigation Company to Revamp Crisis Preparedness Plans