Encouraging entrepreneurship is bad public policy” (Shane, 2009). Critically discuss this statement

Encouraging entrepreneurship is bad public policy” (Shane, 2009). Critically discuss this statement by using relevant data that links start-up rates and innovation across three countries, considering the nature of entrepreneurship across a country’s stage.

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Critical Essay Discussion statement and conduct a literature review in response to that statement that critically discusses the academic research in the field. You should draw from case study examples used in lectures or from your own research. Where appropriate, you should also provide definitions. “Encouraging entrepreneurship is bad public policy” (Shane, 2009). Critically discuss this statement by using relevant data that links start-up rates and innovation across three countries, considering the nature of entrepreneurship across a country’s stage of economic development. I hope you are doing well. Could you please critically discuss this statement “Encouraging entrepreneurship is bad public policy” (Shane, 2009). by using relevant data that links start-up rates and innovation across three countries, considering the nature of entrepreneurship across a country’s stage of economic development? Please put your evidence and references (Harvard) through your sentences to Prove your idea. Please be focused and critically so please be specific and the sentence should not be too long and should be clear idea Could you please send me the draft after each part to make easy for both of us? I will really appreciate if you can send the majority of the assignment by Friday morning. Do you need a copy of the above assignment? Kindly click here to place your order.

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Contemporary Business Issues

DETAILED ASSIGNMENT BRIEF

1.0 Introduction

The module’s purpose is to investigate the contemporary issues affecting business BIRMINGHAM CITY BUSINESS SCHOOL that impact upon business organizations. On completion of this element of the module you should be able to:

  • Have a greater awareness of critical business issues.
  • To be able to discuss knowledgeably current business issues.
  • Refine investigative skills.
  • Source contemporary business issues debating forums.
  • To be able to participate in the discourse of contemporary issues.
  • Apply the issues in a critical analytical way; as to the effect of contemporary forces have on business success and economic growth.

Exposure to the module should have the outcome of raising your awareness of current business issues, their management, rational modeling and effect upon business; whilst forming effective Business Relationships.

2.0 Organisation of the Assessment

2.1 Overview

There are three main sections to the assessment for BUS5057. First, an in-class debate that will take place during week’s six to eleven, during the seminar class each week. Second, two short papers regarding Contemporary Business Issues affecting a major international company’s business. This business will be drawn from the top 50 global businesses, as listed in the Fortune Magazine’s Global 500 listing. You will pick your company during week 2. Finally, a reflective paper about your experience of undertaking the module and its assessments.

Your assessment of this module, therefore, has FOUR parts that make up a single portfolio of work. The following section details the parts, but briefly, these are:

  1. TASK 1: a detailed description of the selected firm’s business (maximum 800 Words)
  2. TASK 2: ONE report of maximum 1000 words in length, selected from ANYONE of eight topics covered in class, about your selected firm
  3. TASK 3: A reflective paper, of maximum 1000 words, about your experience of the module.
  4. TASK 4: An in-class debate, in a small group, on an aspect of your selected firm that will be assessed in class. The mark will be shared by all of the group members.

These elements will make up 100% of the marks for the module assessment, but each element will contribute to the final mark, as shown:

  1. Task 1 – Firm’s Description 20%
  2. Task 2 – Report on firm’s CBI issues 20%
  3. Task 3 – Reflective paper             25%
  4. Task 4 – In-class Group Debate 35%

2.2 Selecting your Organisation and Working on the Written Assessment Elements

In week 2 you will select an organization that is listed in the Fortune Magazine Global 500 list of the world’s largest firms.  This will be done by blind ballot in your Seminar Groups, so it is important to attend this seminar.

The organization you select on the ballot will be the company you must research and report on for tasks 1 and 2 of the elements of this assessment (NOT the reflective paper or the group debate).

2.2.1 Task 1 A detailed description of the firm’s business

You must do some research on your firm and its industry if you wish to do well on the task. For all of the tasks, we give you a marking proforma that shows in detail what needs to be done to pass the task, and we suggest you look closely at this proforma, and the tasks and sub-tasks it contains, as these guide what you need to include in your report.

This should be a MAXIMUM of 800 words long.  It is very easy to write a very long answer (2,000 words or more) and also very easy to write a very short one – but if you do not actually write about the tasks then your answer will likely fail. Similarly, it is easy to write an excellent answer in 2,000 words, but you have to think more and work smarter, to get the job done in the 800 limit here.

2.2.2 Task 2 A report on any one of these eight topics covered in the lectures

The Weekly Schedule indicates eleven lecture topics, which will form the basis of the seminar discussion and debates. EIGHT of them form the choices you can make for your second paper reporting on your firm’s activities:

Week 02: The problems facing managers

Week 03: Analysis of your Firm’s global spread

Week 04: Analysis of aspects of your firm’s technical approach and use

Week 05: Financial Analysis of your firm

Week 06: Climate Change: is it really happening, and if so, who is responsible for it?

Week 07: Sociological trends – we are all living longer and moving about the globe more – and it is causing problems!

Week 08: Analysis of your firm’s activities in the field of globalization, such as off-shoring, outsourcing, migration, etc

Week 09: Report on one aspect of your firm’s management of mass media

Week 10: Report on your firm’s issues with working conditions etc.

Week 11: Report on your firm’s Corporate Social Responsibility and its Ethical behavior

You should select ONE of these topics, and research it for your firm

2.2.3 Task 3 A reflective Paper

The third task is to produce a report that reflects on your learning and experience of the module.

2.2.4 General Advice

You are advised to begin work on researching the organisation, preparing for your two submission papers, preparing for your Group Debate and making notes that reflect upon your learning on the module FROM WEEK ONE onwards – DO NOT leave it until the last minute to try and compile your work, as experience tells us that if you leave it late you will have about a 90% chance of failing the module and a 100% chance of achieving a very low grade for it.

This is a year two module and so you will be required to do more than make simple comments.  Each element requires you to do a number of things:

  1. Some research on your selected company – this should go beyond just reading the first few pages of their website if you wish to be successful
  2. Reading around the subject areas and paying attention to the lecture given on the topics that you will use to make your reports, and presentation
  3. Ensure that you make use of appropriate theory in your answers
  4. Ensure that you use the theory in an applied way
  5. Make sure that your reports are clearly structured, using appropriate headings, etc. and are understandable – marks are given for appropriate use of diagrams, use of English, etc.
  6. Reflect on your learning experience.  This may be something new to you. You are advised to Read the instructions and look carefully at the marking criteria to get an idea of what is required, then write some notes EACH WEEK about the things you have learned, under each heading.

2.3 Detailed briefing for each element

The Module will be assessed by ONE Portfolio of work, containing FOUR elements.

  1. Task 1: A short report on your Selected Firm

The first element is to be a short report (800 words maximum: we take this to mean that the maximum word count should be 880 words. We recommend you DO NOT write less than 750 words – there is a skill [which you will need to develop for the workplace] in writing concise and precise reports, and this is meant to be learned/ practiced here. Buy this assignment here.

 

  1. Task 2: A Report on your selected firm, based on a theme from ONE of the week’s lecture

You should then select any ONE of the 8 weekly Lecture subjects that were listed above and for this topic produce a report on your firm’s activities, policies, behavior, etc., that relate to the chosen topic.

Word length for this should again be a MAXIMUM of 1100. We also recommend that you do not write less than 900 words.

You should use not just your selected firm’s own website, but other appropriate websites to help you gather information, such as magazines and newspapers like the New York Times (US companies) and for example, Le Figaro or Le Monde for French companies (French newspapers, great if you read French, or go to their websites in English if you don’t [almost every major newspaper in every country around the world, publishes an English version of its newspaper on its website, so there is always a source for information this way]), Financial Times, Times, Guardian or Telegraph or in a suitable magazine like the Economist, Fortune, Forbes, and websites like BBC News, which are searchable.

Also, by all means, use Wikipedia as a START point for your research, as it is very informative – but DO NOT cite Wikipedia as a reference, and DO NOT use it as your only source of information.  Wikipedia is not academically reviewed and is not peer assessed and is open to anyone to edit, so it cannot be regarded as a legitimate source for reliable information – you should always check out what it tells you.

  1. Task 3: A reflective Paper

Finally, for the written work, you must write a reflective paper. This article should have a maximum length of 1000 words (our recommendation would be: not less than 900 and no more than 1100 words). You should comment and reflect upon, four specific areas:

  1. Thoughts on the course’s subject matter [specifically on themes, theories and so on you found more useful/less useful, more enjoyable/less enjoyable, and so on].
  2. Summary of what you think you have learned from studying the module – this might be new knowledge about a subject, some new theory, a new insight into some aspect of running a business
  3. How knowledge of these subject areas and the knowledge you have gained will make you a better manager
  4. A brief summary of your feelings for the module

You are advised to keep notes on your reflections in these four areas, after EVERY session – lecture, and seminar. When working on your document, note the marks allocation for each section and relate this to your word count – you should use up the most words for part (b), and the least for part (d), for example.  Note also the specific points made under each section heading and try to ensure that you cover adequately EACH of these if you want to maximize your mark.

  1. Group Debate: The Group Debate will comprise 35% of your overall portfolio mark

On the day and at the time specified, your sub-group must take the class for a period of about 40 minutes and lead a debate on the given subject. There is a separate, detailed briefing for this activity, which you should read and act upon, in good time to be ready for your group’s debating slot. Your debate can make use of appropriate visual aids, but there is no prescribed format for this.

Your debate will be assessed on both Content and Process.  By these terms we mean:

CONTENT the actual material presented, including appropriate information about the subject of the debate, clear rendition of arguments for and against the subject, the use of, and dealing with, questions; appropriate selection and use of relevant course theory and the discussion of issues as they relate to the theme of the debate.

PROCESS the physical process of staging and running the debate – How clear is the presentation of the basic arguments for and against,  to the audience, in terms of its flow and the speaking abilities of the presenter, the style of the session (animated, lively and interesting or incomprehensible, dull and boring?), and how well any visual aids have been used?

Marking of the debate

For each debate the seminar tutor will give feedback to the individuals debating, about their presentation, content, and process.

The “Module Information and Assessment” block on our Moodle page also contains a copy of the formal Debating Assessment sheet that will be used to do this, so it will be worth your time and effort to download this and take into account the marking criteria, when you make your presentations.

As indicated, over the last six weeks of the course, each sub group will have to run their formal, assessed debate. Each debate will be videoed and your tutor will mark it according to the criteria shown on the marking sheet.  Their mark for the debate will be the one entered for the “Task 4 Debate ” element of the assessment.

If a group makes a mess of the formal debate there is no opportunity to do it again (but see the important conditions, specified in the section below).

Instructions for Debates

Your seminar sub-group has to make a debate about one aspect of the themes listed for the lectures in weeks 6, 8, 9, 10, and 11, of the contemporary business issues module.  This debate must be based on course material, but you should also do a lot of your own research and presentation for the task.

6Global  Demographic trends
8Work and Person Migration
9Press Management
10Work Slavery
11CSR and Ethics

Contemporary issues in business

Contemporary issues in business

For these themes, a suggested general outline approach is also listed in the Module Information and Assessment tab for BUS5009 on Moodle, and you should look closely at the general outline, which will inform you about the expected content and level of detail, in order to inform the structure, flow and content of your debate.

You will be dealing with several aspects of a theme. Construction of an argument, counter-argument, and questions around the theme, analysis, and composition of the debate, requires logic and a structure to your approach to the task, and your thinking about the issues arising around it.  This is what your employer will also expect you to do when analyzing real-life situations in your future employment.

In the debate it will be important to not simply put in some theory or other, or tell the audience about that theory, but to show that you understand what that theory is about and how it works ‘in the real world’ by the use that you make of a particular theory to help structure your argument and to help you make the points necessary and deal with questions.

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The purpose of this paper is to summarize all of the content in this course as it applies to a clinic dilemma

CAPSTONE PAPER (20 points)

 

The purpose of this paper is to summarize all of the content in this course as it applies to a clinic dilemma. You will use the theories of ethical analysis as well as your knowledge of legal implications to review a clinical dilemma. In addition, you will propose a possible policy change that would reduce or eliminate the dilemma in the future. This paper will give you an opportunity to incorporate your writing skills and synthesize content you have had throughout your educational experience at the university.

Topic: You will choose a clinical dilemma that you have encountered in your clinical setting. The dilemma can be between any of the following entities:

 

  1. Nurse/patient
  2. Patient/family
  3. Nurse/Family
  4. Nurse/Nurse or supervisor
  5. Nurse/Physician
  6. Patient/Health Care System
  7. Other (to be discussed with course leader)

You will analyze your dilemma in a 10-12 page paper organized using the following template. The content of the paper should not exceed 12 pages (not including the title page, abstract or reference list).

 

  • Abstract and Introduction (2 Points): An abstract is a brief summary of your paper (100 words) found after the title page and before the main text of the paper. The introduction describes all elements of the paper. This helps the reader to understand the purpose of the paper and the information that will be included. Remember in APA format, the title appears on the first page BUT the introduction does not have a subtitle. (1 paragraph)
  • Case study (3 points): Describe the dilemma that you have encountered. Please do not use any identifying data, names should be changed or initials used. ( 1 page)
  • Review of the literature (3 points): This will include a review of information known on this particular ethical issue. You may want describe similar situations that are described in the literature. You can also use the literature to describe any particular medical diagnosis but this is not a report on the pathophysiology of the disease, just to inform the reader of the gravity of the situation (i.e. muscular dystrophy is a terminal illness); Minimum of 8 relevant references for the review of the literature and 10 for the entire paper are required. The textbook can be used but it is not considered one of the eight references. Relevant references are those that speak to the ethical issues involved.
  • Analysis of the dilemma (3 points): Using a framework for ethical decision-making as presented in lecture and your text book, analyze the dilemma. (2-3 pages).
    • Articulate the problem: Is this an ethical or a practical dilemma? Describe all sides of the issue.
    • Gather Data: Include in your discussion the ethical principles.
    • Explore strategies
    • Implement strategies
    • Evaluate outcomes

(If the dilemma was resolved, describe what occurred according to the above, if it was never resolved, describe through “explore strategies.”)

  • Describe legal considerations that are affected by the dilemma (2 points). Examples of legal issues would be: Negligence, malpractice, fraud, right to privacy, defamation, and slander. (1 page).
  • Describe policy implications or changes that can be made at the legislative level (2 points). Are there any changes in laws or policy that will make the dilemma less likely to happen? For example: advocating health care for underserved, decreasing the number of patients that a nurse should be assigned, or equal distribution of vaccines (be creative here). (1 page).
  • Conclusion: (1 points) A summary of the case and why this case is important to nursing practice. (1/2 -1 page).
  • Writing Style: (2 points) Please note that the best way to write a comprehensive paper with many components to it is to use subheadings. Please use spell check and proof read.
  • APA format (2 points) Please review APA manual for the exact format.

 

This paper will be submitted for Safe Assign Capstone Final for Graded Review (.doc or .docx only).

 

Grading Rubric

Capstone Evaluation

Potential grade and sectionDescription of sectionYour grade and evaluation of section
Abstract: 1 pointInclude a brief summary of what was accomplished in this paper

< 150 words

Introduction: 1 pointTells reader what is to come in the paper.
Case Study: 3 points

 

Described the dilemma
Review of the Literature: 3 points

 

Included literature review of information on this ethical issue. A minimum of 8 references should be used.
Analysis of the dilemma: 3 pointsThe problem was articulated as an ethical or a practical dilemma with evidence. Data was gathered that included the ethical principles involved. Strategies were explored. Implementation an evaluation of strategies was included if appropriate.
Legal Considerations: 2 pointsLegal considerations that affected the dilemma were included.
Policy Implications: 2 points

 

Changes in policy that would help prevent the problem are described.
Conclusion: 1 pointA summary of the case and the why it is important to nursing are included.
Writing Style: 2 pointsThe paper used subheadings, and there were no grammatical or spelling errors.
APA format: 2 pointsAPA format was followed.
Score and overall commentsOverall grade   X/20

 

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American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological  

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Hacker, D. (2002). A writer’s reference (5th ed.). Boston: Bedford St. Martin Press.

 

 

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What do we learn about Wilson through these letters?

Part 1 

Historians often use private sources like diaries, letters, or even medical records to reconstruct the personal lives of historical figures. Sometimes these are sources that a person may not have wished to have revealed, though Wilson would have made these public. Read the private letters below, and then answer at least one of the following questions in a minimum of 150 words.

Letters:

  1. Excerpts from letters Wilson wrote to his first wife: https://web.archive.org/web/20151126030254/http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/wilson/filmmore/fm_eawilsom.html
  2. Excerpts from letters Wilson wrote to his second wife: https://web.archive.org/web/20170304195542/http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/wilson/filmmore/fm_ebgwilson.html
  3. Wilson bio: https://web.archive.org/web/20161203192313/http://www.pbs.org:80/wgbh/amex/wilson/portrait/wp_wilson.html

Questions:

  1. What do we learn about Wilson through these letters?
  2. Is what we learn worth delving into his private life? Should we examine the private lives of US presidents? Why or why not?
  3. What are the ethical issues surrounding using private sources, esp. ones never intended to be public?
  4. Historians debate whether Wilson was a cutthroat politician who entered WWI for politics and profit, or a hopeless idealist who entered WWI out of a genuine desire to see a more peaceful world after the war. Do these letters make you lean towards one view or another?

 

Part 2

For this week’s assignment, we’re going to look at how Americans perceived “flappers” in the 1920s.

Read these three articles:

  1. http://ehistory.osu.edu/sites/ehistory.osu.edu/files/mmh/clash/NewWoman/Documents/newwomen.htm

2.http://ehistory.osu.edu/sites/ehistory.osu.edu/files/mmh/clash/NewWoman/Documents/newstyle.htm

  1. http://ehistory.osu.edu/sites/ehistory.osu.edu/files/mmh/clash/NewWoman/Documents/sexamongmoderns.htm

In 150 words, discuss at least one of the following questions:

  1. What are some explanations for the appearance of the flapper at this point in time?
  2. What did anti-Flapper writers find so objectionable?
  3. What was empowering about the Flapper image and phenomenon for women?
  4. Do these articles remind you of the furor surrounding MileyCyrus’s 2013 MTV Awards performance? Why or why not?

Part 3 discussion

Use this reading

http://www.historyteacher.net/HistoryThroughFilm/FilmReadings/Hiroshima-HistoriansReassess.pdf

Alperovitz argues that the bombing was unnecessary, but this is not based on a consensus of historians.

As you read, consider the following questions:
1. What are the reasons that some believe that the US had no choice but to use the bomb?
2. What is the debate over how many American lives were saved by using the atomic bomb?
3. How did the growing tensions between the US and the USSR play a role in the use of the bomb?
4. What other options were there besides using the bomb as the US did?
5. Did Truman make the right call? Are the ethical considerations different for the bomb used on Hiroshima as opposed to the one used on Nagasaki?

 

200 words answering at least one of the questions above.

 

 

 What do we learn about Wilson through these letters?