Asia Pacific Coasts And Their Management

Author: Nobuo Mimura
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402036256
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This book gives an overview of the state-of-the-art understanding on the drivers, state, and responses to the coastal environmental changes in the Asia and Pacific region. It provides important perspectives on the subject for researchers.

Global Change And Integrated Coastal Management

Author: Nick Harvey
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402036280
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Yet for the largest land areas in the region, coasts by any definition comprise only
a small proportion of the total land area. Such statements may be misleading,
however, because, in terms of their importance to humans as locations for
settlement, economic activities, and food production, coasts are generally more
valuable than most other land areas of comparable size in the Asia-Pacific region
. At the same time, coasts are more vulnerable to change than other land types,
whose ...

Federal Bureau Of Investigation S Management Of Confidential Case Funds And Telecommunication Costs

Author: Barry Leonard
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 1428988742
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Thai— Includes persons who provided a write-in response such as Thai,
Thailand, or Siamese. Other Asian — Includes persons who provided a write-in
response of Bangladeshi, Burmese, Indonesian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan,
Amerasian, or Eurasian. See table A for other groups comprising "Other Asian."
Pacific Islander — Includes persons who indicated their race as "Pacific Islander"
by classifying themselves into one of the following race categories or identifying
themselves as one of ...

Asia Pacific Conference On Science And Management Of Coastal Environment

Author: Yuk-Shan Wong
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780792348818
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Yuk-Shan Wong & Nora Fung-Yee Tarn (eds), Asia-Pacific Conference on
Science and Management of Coastal Environment. ... However, it was only very
recently that people began to view the coast as a common and valuable resource
that requires rational utilisation and scientific management in order to sustain its
attractiveness. ... We would like to thank the Guest Editorial Board for their hard
work in reviewing all the manuscripts and the authors for their contributions to this
issue.

Asia Pacific Disaster Management

Author: Simon Butt
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642397689
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Had the Japanese Government and the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO)
taken heed of the ominous 1896 precedent and located nuclear reactors further
from the sea along the east coast, the nuclear damage caused by the rushing
waters would have been averted. Instead, the ... 1According to one commentator:
'Experts and the Government say that there have been no visible effects from the
radioactive contamination from the Fukushima Daiichi plant so far. But they also ...

Papers Presented At The Fao Japan Expert Consultation On The Development Of Community Based Coastal Fishery Management Systems For Asia And The Pacific Kobe Japan 8 12 June 1992

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Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
ISBN: 9789251033548
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THE ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT OF CANADA'S PACIFIC FISHERIES AND THE
PROSPECTS FOR DECENTRALIZED CONTROL by Gordon R. Munro
Department of Economics University of British Columbia Canada ABSTRACT
Although the management of Canada's Pacific coast fisheries does not presently
include community-based systems, experiences with centralised resource
management programmes are now encouraging experimental approaches which
might eventually ...

Strategic Management In The Asia Pacific

Author: Usha C. V. Haley
Publisher: Routledge
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Chapter 76.7 Family support for expatriate employees □ Usha C. V. Haley a
Overseas assignments' failure rates are forcing multinational corporations (MNCs
) with expatriate employees in the Asia Pacific to pay more attention to family
support, despite the added costs. To make their expatriate-management
programmes more cost-effective, and to identify and to retain expatriate
employees, MNCs appear more willing than before to consider foreign
assignments' financial and human ...

Asia Pacific Management Review

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Flexible Workforce Management System for Call Center: A case study of public
sector Jun Woo Kima, Sang Chan Park2'* ° Department of Industrial Engineering.
KAIST, 373-1 Kusong-dong, ... They serve as the 'public face' for many firms and
their services are directly connected with customers' perceived quality. Typical
inbound call ... According to Gans et al. (2002), almost 60 to 70 percent of the
total costs for operating a call center involve wage and benefit expenses for
personnel.

Hsbc S Guide To Cash And Treasury Management In Asia Pacific 2008 English

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Publisher: PPP Company Ltd
ISBN: 9789881702630
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While Subhiksha has control over its own working capital cycle and the fund cost,
it is also affected by how efficiently other constituents in the supply chain, i.e. its
suppliers, manage their working capital. Although large suppliers manage their
working capital efficiently with a low fund cost, it is the medium and small
suppliers who, at times, are found wanting in this respect. Any such inefficiencies
or high fund costs will be passed on. ultimately, to the consumer in the form of
higher prices ...

The Handbook Of Human Resource Management Policies And Practices In Asia Pacific Economies

Author: Michael Zanko
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 9781781954300
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Geography Chinese Taipei is situated in the Pacific Ocean about 1 60 km off the
south-eastern coast of the Chinese mainland. Located midway between Korea
and Japan to the north and Hong Kong and the Philippines to the south, Chinese
Taipei is a natural gateway for travellers to Asia. Areas under the jurisdiction of ...
Political Context Governmental structure There are three distinct levels of
government in Chinese Taipei: central, provincial and local. The central level
comprises ...