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Turkey and the European Union makes a scholarly contribution to the debate over Turkeys participation in the European integration process and the EUs future enlargement. It explores the recent history of EU-Turkish relations and looks at the prospects and challenges that Turkeys membership presents to both the EU and Turkey. TOZUN BAHCHELI Professor of Political Science, Kings University College, University of Western Ontario, Canada ELIF ERSIN Involved in Research Projects on EU-Turkish relations MICHAEL M. GUNTER Professor of Political Science, Tennessee Technological University, USA OZLEM KAYHAN PhD Candidate, University of Notre Dame, USA DAN LINDLEY Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Notre Dame, USA ALEXANDER KAZAMIAS Senior Lecturer in Politics, Coventry University, UK MUSTAFA KIBAROGLU Associate Professor of International Relations, Bilkent University, Istanbul SPYRIDON KOTSOVILIS PhD Candidate in Political Science, McGill University, Canada NEOPHYTOS G. LOIZIDES Lecturer, Department of Politics and the Hellenic Studies Program at Princeton University, USA OMER TASPINAR Director of the Turkey Program, Brookings Institutions Center on the United States and Europe, and Adjunct Professor, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, USA NATHALIE TOCCI Marie Curie Fellow, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence, Italy MEHMET UGUR Jean Monnet Reader in European Political Economy, University of Greenwich Business School, UK WENDY WEBER Visiting Instructor, Macalester College, Minnesota, USA
Collaboration and the Academic Library: Internal and External, Local and Regional, National and International explores the considerable change that has affected universities and academic libraries in recent years. Given this complex and important context, it is clear that the academic library increasingly needs to operate in partnership with its users and other professionals and organizations to be successful in meeting the needs of its clientele. Academic librarians need to work closely with client groups so that services are relevant, and close partnerships with other professionals need to be forged to provide seamless services for users. The book looks at all aspects of collaboration affecting academic libraries, both internally and externally, to help the reader understand future directions for collaborative activities in a complex and difficult working environment. Considers collaboration issues affecting academic libraries Covers both internal and external collaboration Provides readers with direction for collaborative activities Shows how academic librarians can work with client groups to keep services relevant
This is the first book ever to assess comprehensively the impact of EU international agreements on services of general interest. Services of general interest remain high on the political and legal agenda of the European Union. However, the debates about the impact of EU law on services of general interest usually focus on internal market law such as the free movement of services, competition law, state aid rules and the law of public procurement. The external and international dimensions of the European legal framework for services of general interest are often overlooked. This book addresses the impact of international trade and investment agreements on public services and the role these services play in EU external relations. It shows that the inherent tension between establishing and securing undistorted competition on markets and the logic of public services exists in international economic law in a similar way as in EU internal law. Given the contentiousness of international trade and investment agreements as well as the EUs external policies, the issues discussed in this volume are timely and relevant and contribute to the ongoing debate about the future of services of general interest in the EU with fresh ideas and perspectives. Markus Krajewski is Professor of Public and International Law at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany.
How to Communicate Employer Brand to Secure Profitable Future:Developing external communication strategy for attracting potential employees Malashenko Natalia
This volume is a critical exploration of multiple posthuman possibilities in the 21st century and beyond. Due to the global engagement with advanced technology, we are witness to a species-wise blurring of boundaries at the edge of the human. On the one hand, we find ourselves in a digital age in which human identity is being transformed through networked technological intervention, a large part of our consciousness transferred to smart external devices. On the other hand, we are assisted---or assailed---by an unprecedented proliferation of quasi-human substitutes and surrogates, forming a spectrum of humanoids with fuzzy borders. Under these conditions, critical posthumanism asks, who will occupy and control our planet: Will the superhuman merely serve as another sign under which new regimes of dominance are spread across the earth? Or can we discover or invent technologies of existence to counter such dominance? It is issues such as these which are at the heart of this new volume of explorations of the posthuman. The essays in this volume offer leading-edge thought on the subject, with special emphases on postmodern and postcolonial futures. They engage with questions of subalternity and feminism vis-à-vis posthumanism, dealing with issues of subjugation, dispensability and surrogacy, as well as the possibilities of resistance, ethical politics or subjective transformation from South Asian archives of cultural and spiritual practice. This volume is a valuable addition to the on-going global dialogues on posthumanism, indispensable to those, from across several disciplines, who are interested in postcolonial and planetary futures. Debashish Banerji is Haridas Chaudhuri Professor of Indian Philosophies and Cultures and Doshi Professor of Asian Art at the California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco. He has curated a number of exhibitions on Indian and Japanese Art and has written extensively on philosophy, art history, culture studies, postcolonialism and posthumanism. He is the author of The Alternate Nation of Abanindranath Tagore (SAGE, 2010) and Seven Quartets of Becoming: A Transformative Yoga Psychology Based on the Diaries of Sri Aurobindo (DKPW, 2012). Makarand R. Paranjape is Professor of English at Centre for English Studies, School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He served as the inaugural Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) Chair in Indian Studies at the National University of Singapore (2010-11). His recent publications include Making India: Colonialism, National Culture, and the Afterlife of Indian English Authority (2013); Another Canon: Indian Texts and Traditions in English (2010); and Altered Destinations: Self, Society and Nation in India (2009). He is the Principal Investigator of an internationally funded project on Science and Spirituality in India.
Corporate Social Networking : The future communication tool:Exploring The Use Of Facebook As A Future Means Of Internal And External Communication In The Department Of Education Sefako Oscar Selebogo
Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2017 in the subject Business economics - Company formation, Business Plans, University of South Wales (Faculty of Business and Society), language: English, abstract: I am currently running a computer manufacturing business, which produces own designed computers. My company is located, in my own house in the United Kingdom. I established the company as a hobby besides my employment at an international computer manufacturing company. However, with the beginning of the New Year, I decided to quit my job and become self-employed. To ensure success with my business, I have to create a structured approach for future business development. Within this paper, I will develop my strategy, as well as aims and objectives for the business development over the coming three years. To begin with, I will analyze the current business environment of the computer manufacturing industry with the PESTEL framework. In connection with the environmental analysis, I execute a market analysis and evaluate the current situation on the computer manufacturing market. Afterward, I execute an internal analysis, which results in strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for the future business development. Based on these findings I deduct my new business strategy and define my product portfolio. In result objectives for the coming three years are defined.
The finale you have been waiting for! After years of struggles, miscommunications, distance, and pain, Jacob and Beth are a couple in love. To reach their happy ending, they must let down their walls and reveal their hearts or never survive the external pressures of fame. COMPLETED is the last of five books in the My Once and Future Love Revisited series exploring Beth and Jacobs relationship with all its joys, flaws, and heartache. This story is intended for readers over the age of 18 due to adult language, sexual content, and adult situations.
This book is the thirteenth volume in the International Papers in Political Economy (IPPE) series which explores the latest developments in political economy. A collection of eight papers, the book concentrates on the deregulation of domestic financial markets and discusses financial liberalisation in terms of its past performance, current progress and future developments. The chapters have been written by expert contributors in the field and focus on topics such as past records of financial liberalisation, future policies of regulation, and current account imbalances. Other papers examine capital account regulations in developing and emerging countries, and capital controls in the Eurozone after the 2007 financial crisis. This collection of papers invites readers to consider the impact of financial liberalisation both during and after the global economic crisis. Scholars and students with an interest in political economy, financialisation, and economic performance will find this collection stimulating and informative. Philip Arestis is Professor and Director of Research at the Cambridge Centre for Economics and Public Policy, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge, UK, and Professor at the Department of Applied Economics, University of the Basque Country, Spain. He is also Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Economics at the University of Utah, USA, and Research Associate at the Levy Economics Institute, USA. He previously served as Chief Academic (External) Adviser to the UK Government Economic Service (GES) on Professional Development in Economics. He is holder of the Queen Victoria Eugenia award of the British Hispanic Chair of Doctoral Studies, and was awarded homage by the Brazilian Keynesian Association (AKB) for his contribution to the spread of Keynesianism in Brazil. He has published a number of books and papers in academic journals. Malcolm Sawyer is Emeritus Professor of Economics at Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds, UK. He is the principal investigator for the five-year, 15-partner project Financialisation, Economy, Society and Sustainable Development, funded by the European Commission Framework Programme 7. He is Managing Editor of the International Review of Applied Economics , on the editorial board of a range of journals, and editor of the New Directions in Modern Economics series. He has published widely in the areas of post-Keynesian and Kaleckian economics, financialisation, fiscal policy, money, industrial economics, and on UK and European economies.