Cybersecurity In UK

Cybersecurity In UK: Threats and Laws to Tackle with Issue

Introduction Cybersecurity has emerged as the priority for the lawmakers that is coupled with policy agenda pertinent to rapidly rising digitalization with rising access to the internet. As opined in Graham (2021) cybersecurity has been essential to the business as the cybercriminals are continuously looking for loopholes to hack the businesses and organizations to...

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technology and economic growth

How Technological Advancement Leads To Economic Growth

Introduction It is accepted by the economy that the growth of the economy has only become possible because of technology. It increases the efficient production of more goods and services in the organization. The new technology is codified knowledge in the form of routines and protocols. Technology helps to get enough knowledge about the...

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Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency: Are We Really Ready To Demonetize The World?

Liza Minnelli famously sang Money makes the world around in the movie Cabret somewhere trying to say from century’s money was a central part of human relationship. Harold James writes money has been always an expression of sovereignty; even states fail to resume their guarantee. In this highly changing global economy, the so-called cryptocurrency is all...

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Greenhouses Affect Economic Growth

Impact Of Greenhouse Emissions On Economic Growth Of United Kingdom

Introduction There has been a growing consensus at the global level indicating the impacts of climate change on different aspects of life are majorly attributed to greenhouse gases emissions. One such growing aspect of concern has been the economic growth of nations. While variables like rising temperatures, melting ice caps have had long-standing concerns,...

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Financial Crisis Of 2007

Analyzing The Financial Crisis Of 2007 – Could It Have Been Avoided?

Introduction The  2007-2008 financial crisis is the worst economic disaster in human history after the Great Depression 1929. It was largely precipitated by the massive boom in subprime mortgages lending that created the largest mortgages loans. Subprime mortgages loans are those loans given to human buyers who are unlikely to face difficulties in giving...

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Waste Management

Is Waste Management A Rare Resource?

Introduction Over 35 million tonnes of plastic waste are generated by almost all the European economics and merely 5 million tonnes are recycled and 25 million tonnes of the waste get lost.  The huge production of waste is an inevitable consequence of anthropogenic activities. The entire human society has been dealing with significant loss...

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BSBLDR511 Develop And Use Emotional Intelligence

Course Code : BSBLDR511 Course  Title : Develop And Use Emotional Intelligence Assessment Questions Task A – Self-Reflect On Your Emotional Intelligence Task A InstructionsIn this Assessment Task, you must complete a number of self-reflection activities. For these activities, you need to assess and analyze your own emotions, as well as elicit feedback from...

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Greenhouses Affect

How Greenhouses Affect Economic Growth

Introduction There is growing scientific and public concern arose with the increased concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. A greenhouse gases emission from fossil fuels, anthropogenic activities are largely associated with various economic activities that are a major driver of climate change. In the past decades, gross US GHGs emissions increased by 2...

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CSR

How Do Companies Use CSR To Build Their Brands?

Nowadays many companies are engaged in Corporate Social Responsibility behaviour similar to a part of normal business operations. These activities are aiming to build a positive brand image, increasing media clutter and valuable tangible assets. It tends to create an impactful brand image in the brain of consumers. The majority of the companies that...

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Massive open online courses or MOOCs

The Growth Of Massive Open Online Course (MOOCs)

Introduction Massive open online courses or MOOCs term was first coined by David Cormier in a meeting and introduced in 2008 when it was decided 25 regular students will be moved online to extend the teaching. In educational trends, it is a buzzword, where some researchers refer to MOOCs as the tsunami that challenges...

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