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Aminah

Redefining the ‘Old Boys Club’

The battle to build a diverse, highly skilled workforce, particularly at the leadership level, is continuing around the world and India is no exception.Female representation withi...
Aminah

Now Playing: The Future of India and Audio Streaming

India s distinct cultural environment has given birth to a rich music scene that is fast-growing and ever-changing, but dealing with its gargantuan population and slowly developing ...
Aminah

Changing Gears

In the coming decades, fully autonomous vehicles are set to take over the mainstream. A 2017 study released by Intel predicted that, by 2050, autonomous vehicles will represent a $7tn...
Aminah

Beauty’s Black Market

With the cosmetic beauty industry valued at US$532bn worldwide (according to a 2019 report by retail researcher Edited), the beauty industry is growing at a rate far greater than ever...
Aminah

A new era of matriarchal lawyers

As a region, Latin America accounts for a 22% share of all lawyers globally, and an estimated 33% share of female lawyers globally. Despite this, just 25% of top management roles are ...
Christopher

A dissertation synopsis.

How do non-urban settings create challenges for Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children (UASC) using the case study of South West England? What are the key issues being addressed? Non...
Patrick

Financial Information

Financial informationExample of sources of financeFinding sources of financing for a start-up business is always difficult and in the current economic climate, it is even harder tha...
Miranda

OPINIONS ON AUTOMATION: LOOKING AT THE IPPR’S ECONOMICS PRIZE

Opinions on Automation: Looking at the IPPR s Economics Prize How is the working world changing and what ideas do people have to adapt to it? Should digital companies face greater...
Sal

How do plants use Aerobic and anaerobic respiration?

Question: How do plants use Aerobic and anaerobic respiration?Explanation:Before getting into all the science lets use a quick abbreviation, bare with me it will help! Lets say I was ...
Sal

Why do you multiply the reciprocal of the 2nd fraction, by the first when dividing fractions?

Question: Why do you multiply the reciprocal of the 2nd fraction, by the first when dividing fractions?Explanation: Let`s use an analogy here where divide means share/split. If you sh...