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Exam Prep for Thailand Internet and E-commerce ...
263,09 € *
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Erscheinungsdatum: 18.08.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Exam Prep for Thailand Internet and E-commerce Investment ..., Redaktion: Just the Facts101, Verlag: Content Technologies, Inc., Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: EDUCATION // General, Rubrik: Erziehung // Bildung, Allgemeines, Lexika, Seiten: 588, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 1418 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Stand: 27.01.2020
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Investment in Thailand
39,99 € *
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Dieses Buch bietet Praktikern einen essenziellen Überblick über das aktuelle thailändische Wirtschaftsrecht. Thailand gehört heute zu den wirtschaftlich attraktivsten Hubs in Südostasien und wirbt als etablierter Wirtschaftsstandort erfolgreich um Auslandsinvestitionen - mit guten Voraussetzungen für europäische Investoren.Rechtsanwalt Michael Lorenz erläutert anschaulich alle wesentlichen thailändischen Regularien, um Unternehmen, Organisationen, Investoren, Juristen und interessierten Laien rasche Orientierung bei der Klärung grundlegender rechtlicher, steuerlicher und wirtschaftlicher Fragen zu bieten. Die 11. Auflage wurde vollständig überarbeitet und auf den aktuellen Rechtsstand Januar 2019 gebracht.Darüber hinaus gibt das Werk dem Leser weiterführende Informationen an die Hand, die für westliche Investoren relevant sind, und beleuchtet interkulturelle Gegebenheiten des Wirtschaftslebens. Zahlreiche Beispiele illustrieren die Bedeutung für die Praxis.

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Investment in Thailand
41,11 € *
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Dieses Buch bietet Praktikern einen essenziellen Überblick über das aktuelle thailändische Wirtschaftsrecht. Thailand gehört heute zu den wirtschaftlich attraktivsten Hubs in Südostasien und wirbt als etablierter Wirtschaftsstandort erfolgreich um Auslandsinvestitionen - mit guten Voraussetzungen für europäische Investoren.Rechtsanwalt Michael Lorenz erläutert anschaulich alle wesentlichen thailändischen Regularien, um Unternehmen, Organisationen, Investoren, Juristen und interessierten Laien rasche Orientierung bei der Klärung grundlegender rechtlicher, steuerlicher und wirtschaftlicher Fragen zu bieten. Die 11. Auflage wurde vollständig überarbeitet und auf den aktuellen Rechtsstand Januar 2019 gebracht.Darüber hinaus gibt das Werk dem Leser weiterführende Informationen an die Hand, die für westliche Investoren relevant sind, und beleuchtet interkulturelle Gegebenheiten des Wirtschaftslebens. Zahlreiche Beispiele illustrieren die Bedeutung für die Praxis.

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Myths and Realities of Investment Financing
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The main economic development agencies such as the IMF, World Bank and UN often blame developing countries for having low rates of investment because of insufficient domestic savings. Hence, the policy recommendations that have been prescribed to developing countries thus far are to increase real interest rates and to liberalize their financial systems. These policies are based on the premise that household savings drive investment through the mechanism of financial intermediaries. This paper attempts to examine this fundamental assumption that has been taken for granted in modern orthodox economic theory, looking specifically at the outcome of financial liberalization that has been adopted in Thailand. The analytical results of this study show that the financial liberalization regime in Thailand has not promoted household savings or encouraged banks to finance long-term investment. In fact, productive investment is funded by profits, not by external sources, as claimed by orthodox economists. The results of this study cast doubt on the efficacy of the orthodox policies that have been widely recommended to developing countries to promote investment.

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Myths and Realities of Investment Financing
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The main economic development agencies such as the IMF, World Bank and UN often blame developing countries for having low rates of investment because of insufficient domestic savings. Hence, the policy recommendations that have been prescribed to developing countries thus far are to increase real interest rates and to liberalize their financial systems. These policies are based on the premise that household savings drive investment through the mechanism of financial intermediaries. This paper attempts to examine this fundamental assumption that has been taken for granted in modern orthodox economic theory, looking specifically at the outcome of financial liberalization that has been adopted in Thailand. The analytical results of this study show that the financial liberalization regime in Thailand has not promoted household savings or encouraged banks to finance long-term investment. In fact, productive investment is funded by profits, not by external sources, as claimed by orthodox economists. The results of this study cast doubt on the efficacy of the orthodox policies that have been widely recommended to developing countries to promote investment.

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Essays on International Asset Management: Evide...
45,95 € *
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Asset management is a global business, spreading from developed financial centers to emerging and transition markets. Empirical analyses of professional investors' investment processes are justified not only by their key role in the traditional finance theory, as rational agents contributing to market efficiency, but also by the behavioral finance, finding evidence on irrational biases in their investment behavior. This study provides survey evidence on views and investment behavior of 772 fund managers from 274 investment companies in the USA, Germany, Thailand, Russia and Ukraine. New insights are gained on the persistency of behavioral biases. Cross-country comparisons shed light on fund managers' information processing and investment behavior in different institutional market settings.

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Essays on International Asset Management: Evide...
46,95 € *
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Asset management is a global business, spreading from developed financial centers to emerging and transition markets. Empirical analyses of professional investors' investment processes are justified not only by their key role in the traditional finance theory, as rational agents contributing to market efficiency, but also by the behavioral finance, finding evidence on irrational biases in their investment behavior. This study provides survey evidence on views and investment behavior of 772 fund managers from 274 investment companies in the USA, Germany, Thailand, Russia and Ukraine. New insights are gained on the persistency of behavioral biases. Cross-country comparisons shed light on fund managers' information processing and investment behavior in different institutional market settings.

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Cultural Dimension of Asian to Develop Organiza...
50,40 € *
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Since 1961, Thailand has pursued the National Economic and Social Development Plans which brought about the changing of development direction, from agricultural to industrial basis, in the continuing and increasing manner. The main activities of industrial-based development were to develop goods for export promotion, invite the foreign investment, as well as promote Thailand tourism. The activities were conducted under the managerial principles of industrial businesses, both in manufacturing and servicing features. Then, the activities could affect Thai people in agricultural sector by changing their working status, from self-employers to industrial-employed workers in different cultural work-circumstances. Those Thai people had to learn and adapt more to fit the new working culture. By the end of 2007, the major economic crisis, flown from the powerful United States of America, had the effect on trade and investment activities in Thailand. Hence, the development of organizational culture, concerning employee s commitment, has been significant for organization s stability.

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Cultural Dimension of Asian to Develop Organiza...
49,00 € *
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Since 1961, Thailand has pursued the National Economic and Social Development Plans which brought about the changing of development direction, from agricultural to industrial basis, in the continuing and increasing manner. The main activities of industrial-based development were to develop goods for export promotion, invite the foreign investment, as well as promote Thailand tourism. The activities were conducted under the managerial principles of industrial businesses, both in manufacturing and servicing features. Then, the activities could affect Thai people in agricultural sector by changing their working status, from self-employers to industrial-employed workers in different cultural work-circumstances. Those Thai people had to learn and adapt more to fit the new working culture. By the end of 2007, the major economic crisis, flown from the powerful United States of America, had the effect on trade and investment activities in Thailand. Hence, the development of organizational culture, concerning employee s commitment, has been significant for organization s stability.

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