Monetary Policy Monetary Policies are the decisions guided by the monetary authority to manage the money supply or to change the interest rate to influence the rate of economic growth. When the monetary authority (or central bank) lowers the interest rates, it reduces the cost of borrowing which encourages people to take loans and mortgages; it also encourages investment. On top of that, people will become more willing to spend instead of saving. As a result, it increases the aggregate demand in the country. For example, when the global financial crisis broke in 2008, in UK, the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) lowers the interest rate from 4.5% to 0.5% less than 6 months to cut the cost of borrowing (BBC, 2014).
However the motivation to study the topic of greed in economists and economics education is evident and this topic has been widely written upon. The topic can have widespread impact on curriculum of economics education and possible debate on what to include in the current economics curriculum such that it does not promote greed but propagates equality and
These students live in the same country, understand the culture in a better way and serve as the vital link between the community and Indego Africa. This would help them in clearly defining the training program, its intended benefits and also measuring the progress of the training program. Indego Africa should also engage the government and the Rwandan public as a stakeholder. The government is a stakeholder not just because of the grants and aid it provides, but because of the constructive role it has to play. By gaining support of the government and the public, Indego Africa can create a better and a wider social impact.
In order to allow a stable expansion of the economy, the Fed primarily manages the growth of bank reserves and money supply through three main tools. To implement the task of controlling the money supply, the Fed may implement a change in reserve requirements, a change in discount rate or make open-market operations. (Cloutier, n.d.) The cash reserve ratio is the percentage of reserves a commercial bank is required to hold against deposits. If regulators decide to lower the cash reserve ratio, the commercial banks will be able to lend more thus increasing the supply of money or the amount of money in the economy. (Kaplan, 2002) An increase in the money supply would then lead to an increase in the amount of money that people and firms will be
1.7 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY The result of this study will be very essential for the all employees of commercial banks includes managers, mid-level employees and lower level employees and also can benefit financial institution such as banks, insurance companies in Mogadishu. As to improve the socio economic development by eradicating dissatisfaction, discrimination and also the study will be useful for potential researcher as literatures, which are interesting to carry out for further study in this field. 1.8 OPERATIONAL DEFINITIONS OF VARIABLES Measurements of job satisfaction are financial and non-financial The financial measurements include: Incentive Pay: Incentive pay plans are meant to increase output, which can be measured quantitatively. For incentive plan targets, the employees must have confidence that they can achieve the targets. Profit Sharing: It means sharing of profits with the employees by way of distribution of bonus.
This research method is used: to describe variables, to examine relationships among variables; to determine cause and effect interactions between variables. 2. Qualitative Research Qualitative Research is primarily exploratory research. It is used to gain an understanding of underlying reasons, opinions, and motivations. It provides insights into the problem or helps to develop ideas or hypotheses for potential quantitative research.
Strategic Operations and Supply Chain Management play an important role in the success of a business. My vision is to obtain a position in the Business Administration management area, and I realized that this class will provide me with the right input and will help me to improve my knowledge in order to take the most effective and efficient decisions in a business. This report was written to understand the opportunities and challenges of Strategic Operations and Supply Chain Management in order to pursue MBA 530 along with my vision. I find out that the material in this class will help me for better job opportunities, and will prepare me to manage my own business one day. Some challenges that I might encounter and I need to prepare for are:
Likewise, there are businesses that commonly require their vicinity in global markets and to guarantee deals targets are met entirely (Kok, R. and Acikgoz Ersoy, 2009). Through FDI, all these will get to be less demanding. Increase in Economic and Employment In developing nations through FDI there are new companies through which there is increase in economics and employment. Through this people of the country have more buying power and economics of the country become much
Section III. Choice of Research Method: Quantitative, Qualitative or Mixed? The selection of data analysis techniques to deal with research questions or hypotheses and the techniques chosen for the data collection is informed and guided by what we call the research method. Hence, research method is a procedure, and also the analytical techniques to be chosen and the methods to be chosen will also be dictated by the choices of the methodologies made and by the theoretical framework (Sumner and Tribe, 2008). Research methods for knowledge claim and strategies is of three types: quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods.