"One thing a foreign company opening up operations in Venezuela needs to worry about is the potential of being taken over by the government if they feel the business is of strategic interest. One only has to look to Argentina to see what can happen." How would you respond to the above comment?
Unpredictable changes in governmental regulations can cause major influences on strategic implementation. What are some of the governmental influences that impact MNCs?
1. What is the difference between transfer payments and government purchases? How has the mix of transfers and government purchases changed in the federal budget since 1960? List the most important transfer payments in the federal budget. What significant changes have occurred in the mix of all categories of federal government e
1. Define the term "glass ceiling." Provide a brief overview and discussion of the public policy framework aimed at improving gender equity. 2. Discuss the role of affirmative action in civil rights. Explain the pros and cons of equal opportunity and affirmative action. 3. Identify and discuss the strengths and weaknesses
Give the importance of savings and investment, identify a government policy that you believe either promotes or stifles economic growth and defend your response.
Please help me in answering the following questions about the youtube video. 1. What ethical considerations were discussed in the video. 2. Are the questions posed in this video still relevant today in light of the current business environment? 3.How can this lecture help you to become a better business person? Provide tw
Prepare general journal entries to record the following transactions in York City's general Ledger and make adjusting entries, if needed: 1. York City Levied property taxes of $12,000,000 for 20X6. The taxes were levied on January 1, 20X6. York expects $80,000 to be uncollectible. Three-fourth of the taxes receivable are expe
The case study: Often Board and other committee volunteers for nonprofit organizaations are compensated for expenses during travel and meetings. Some think that this attracts volunteers for the wrong reasons. Engage in a discussion regarding the pros and cons of compensating board members and whether this is common practice fo
If one owned a business, would it need regulation? Why or why not? What are current laws or regulatory schemes that deem to be unethical? If so, please describe the law or regulation scheme and why it lacks proper ethical foundation.
What is the role of government with respect to the people it governs and the fulfillment of the social contract which exists between them; and how do we know when government is meeting its obligations?
What are the pro and cons of the use of socio-economic obligations by government in its contract? What are some of the benefits that might be generated and what are some of the downsides?
Take the main bank which you consider 'your' bank. Suppose the bank manager has asked you to support an imaginary petition to remove some of the 'over-burdening' regulations that the bank has to comply with. Keep in mind that the sub-prime mortgage crisis arose in part because the regulations governing mortgage lending had been
Please help answer the following problem. Sustainability is an important ethical and environmental issue in purchasing. Describe one material, product, or service that can contribute to sustainability in a project you have been involved with, or in your current organization. Describe how these decisions enable the organizati
Dye (2010) argued "Federalism often creates confusion over which level of government has the responsibility of handling crises." Discuss the issues associated with federalism and what local, state, and federal policy makers need to consider when developing emergency response policies?
How does forecasting differ among non-profit organizations, businesses, and government agencies? Which type of institution, such as nonprofit, business, or government, may be more accurate when forecasting? Why? Aside from the institution type, what other contexts may affect forecasting results? Why is understanding forecasting
Often one issue, policy, regulation, or law affects multiple levels of government or multiple government agencies. It is important to examine the effects because they could have a drastic impact on the effectiveness or success of the intended initiative. Select one issue, policy, regulation, law, or program that affects multi
Prepare a response on the US Government's Request for Final Proposal under Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 15.307.
"There is too much accounting regulation" Discuss this comment (a) What can you say about the topic above? (b) What are the explicit elements and implicit elements in the topic provided? (c) Provides some original examples demonstrating the knowledge of the topic. (d) What is the conclusion which follows logically from the
Engelbeck points out that government buyers have not traditionally done market research. Explain how and why that has changed in recent years. Explain how the FAR has been revised in recent years to accommodate more effective communications between the government buyer and the seller. Explain the term "bundling" as used i
1) The payment items that should be budgeted first are A. variable expenses B. unplanned living expenses C. fixed expenses D. investment funds 2) The current financial position (including net worth) of an individual or family is best presented with the use of a A. cash flow statement B. time value
Through the Internet, use your favorite search engine to find a code of ethics for either an organization about public administration or a specific government agency. List the name of the organization and explain why the organization or agency needs a code of ethics. Identify and briefly describe a public administration or a
Briefly explain why it is important to examine machinery of government. Select a government agency and explain how it could work with another government agency (i.e., local, state, or federal), a private organization, or a nonprofit organization to increase efficiency, decrease implementation time, and increase the effectiven
Deborah enters your office, and you notice that she looks apprehensive. "Hi, Deborah. What's up?" you ask, hoping that nothing is wrong. "Well, your team is doing an excellent job researching, and you've been keeping me up-to-date on your findings. My concern is that we are approaching this from a narrow-minded approach."
Please see the following link, then answer the following question: https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DRMS/SP4510-09-Q-3036/listing.html What provision or regulatory provisions apply to this purchasing contract?
Industry Name 5-Day YTD 1-Month 3-Month 1-Year 3-Year 5-Year Long-Term Care Facilities -0.30 36.14 5.74 5.91 47.19 13.21 -4.27 As the Baby Boomer generation ages, the long term care industry is positioned to boom if it can keep up with quickly changing regulations and migration to a less inst
Assess and explain the restrictions placed on state and local government debt in Virginia. Identify three or four methods needed to avoid restriction limits.
In 1934, the United States government created the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). At the time, the country was still suffering from the 1929 market crash. The SEC applies mainly to publicly held companies helping them maintain fair and orderly markets. Discuss accounting and SEC regulations as a means to prevent f
Core Values in Public Relations strategic approach to effectively connect with consumers for reducing negative output that could stagnates growth in public opinion with possible refraining from government regulation.
List what the Community and Business need/want from each other. Discuss if you agree or not with this arrangement. How do public relations departments influence public opinion and should government regulation be involved? Tie in the core values of responsible stewardship, excellence and integrity? Business strives to connect
This solution provides information regarding the classification of different types of transactions and how the effect is different in governmental versus for-profit entities. It discusses enterprise funds of a governmental entity and how tuition and fee revenue is recognized. The solution also discusses the need for a worksheet approach when transitioning from fund financial statements to entity wide governmental statements.
Can you please verify my question #1, and answer #2-5 for me? 1. Can you identify the correct classification in the cash flow statement of the following cash transactions if they were transactions of a government enterprise fund in the first column, and if they were cash transactions of a business firm in the second column?
Answers to finance questions that involve the difference in financial statements between for profits and governmental entities, the importance and need for a CAFR, and revenue recognition for governmental entities.
1. There are four basic financial statements for a for-profit business. Those statements are an income statement, a statement of owners' equity, a balance sheet, and a cash flow statement. In contrast, the two basic financial statements for each of the governmental funds of a state or local government are a balance sheet and a
Please reference the Federal Acquisition Regulation to answer and cite the following: 1) Explain the importance of ethics in contracting? What would you reform in this area if anything? 2) In the context of government contractual authority, please define express authority, implied authority, and apparent authority and exp