INTRODUCTION The term ‘Natural Law Theories’ can be defined as the rules, concepts, and principles which are said to be originated from some supreme source other than any political or worldly authority. This theory is based on moral ideals which has universal applicability, and often used to bring certain changes in the society or to maintain stability. Natural Law is supreme and unalterable, it is not made by man; Natural Law is not a codified law and hence no penalty is been sanctioned for disobeying it; still it is considered as a higher form of law. Natural Law is also known as the Law of Reason, as being established on the ground of reasonability by which the world is governed, and also as being addressed to and perceived by the rational
The freedom of the public, “is determined by the rights and duties established by the major institutions of society.” (Rawls 1971) The very claims Rawls makes in relation to rights and liberties ignores the fact that these rights and liberties have been decided by institutions which have not been assessed themselves. In another instance, Rawls brings forth the efficiency principle and claims that if an institution satisfies this principle and allows all representative positions to be open to those who are willing to pursue them, then the final result will be just distribution of primary
Economic growth brings lot of changes in a country by the circulation of wealth, but economic growth relies on financial development. According to Rajan and Zingles (1998), financial development has a positive impact on economic growth while Levine (1997) states that the financial development and economic growth are positively related. When it comes to economic growth and welfare, increased mergers and acquisition (M&A) over the past few years we can notice significant activity. The huge transactions that were happening, especially cross-border transactions that have been made, arise the interests among plenty of scholars. A good amount of studies in the market for corporate control have described that “mergers and acquisitions” (M&A) is an aggressive strategic growth choice to gain ownership and control over the target entity.
Budgeting started out with governments. They brought to light an annual statement of revenues and expenditures which projected a surplus or deficit result. As a result of this, it was clearly noted that planning was needed to control the results. It provided control and limitations in organisations. This technique in commercial organisations grew steadily and became very popular leading into the 20th century.
The involvement of these castes organization in politics has changed their position in hierarchical pattern of Hindu society. Caste solidarity and political power helped them to achieve higher social, economic and political success. This was highlighted by the studies conducted by Rudolf and Rudolf. The same was highlighted by Andre Beteille 's(70) in his study of Tanjore district in Tamil Nadu. Caste has become one of the most formidable element of group formation within political parties in India.
It is interesting to note the role of government policies in shaping the economy and the flow of labor migrants, particularly immigrant care workers. Care Work or commonly known as ‘domestic or household work’ has in the past decades became more international, transcending borders and nations, with the expansion of globalization and neoliberal economic policies, often dictated by major players of economies like the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, which is undeniably controlled by developed nations. The beneficiaries are often the wealthier developed nations. In the article, ‘The Globalization of care work: Neoliberal economic restructuring and migration policy’ the writers reaffirm the prominence of political, historical and economic
Introduction An all-encompassing and established bureaucracy is a key feature of the modern state. Due to the substantial expansion of the scope of the state over the years as well as the complexity of involved in the wide-ranging administrative tasks, the bureaucracy has become indispensable to the efficient running of the state due to its primacy as a source of knowledge, technical expertise and information to the politically elected leaders. As a natural extension, the role of the bureaucracy entails providing comprehensive advice and suggestions in the form of policy options to key decision makers. In addition, it is also integral to the implementation of the final policy decided on by the top leaders. These two responsibilities present convenient channels for the bureaucracy to deviate from the foreign policy direction of their political masters – especially in liberal democracies, where the tension between career bureaucrats who are experienced professionals with a relatively permanent position in the state structure,
Under these conditions, immigration laws became an important step towards the development of the country. The thing is, that immigrants became a very important phenomenon in the life of the USA (Behrens para. 5). Especially significant this question became at the beginning of the 20th century when millions of people arrived in the country every year (Waters 1736). That is why, respond from the government to regulate this very process became quite logic and immigration laws which main aim was to satisfy the needs of people appeared.
The main reason why English is so important is mainly due to the political and economic power the British used to have in the world. Between 17th and early 20th century Britain 's imperial power was at its peak in the countries it had colonized. This power led to the rapid spread of the English language. The legacy of British imperialism caused many former colonies to thoroughly institutionalize the English language in their courts, parliament,
Very civil or criminal proceedings in the land. Because those proceedings carry with them the safeguards provided by statute of the appeal, revision and review. Hence, it is clear that these writs are not available against the judicial proceedings of the