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Federal Human Capital Reporting requirements
[February 15, 2013 – 09:20 am]
Federal Human Capital Reporting requirements

Every two years at the start of a new Congress, GAO calls attention to agencies and program areas that are high risk due to their vulnerabilities to fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement, or are most in need of transformation. “The GAO’s latest GAO designated Medicaid as a high-risk program due to its size, growth, diversity of programs, and concerns about the adequacy of fiscal oversight, which is necessary to prevent inappropriate program spending. This federal and state program covered acute health care, long-term care, and other services for about 70 million low-income…

Explanation of patent family Relationships
[January 21, 2013 – 01:45 pm]
Explanation of patent family Relationships

In a previous post , Evaluating the Industry Canada CASL regulations: why they are needed, I suggested that close scrutiny needs to be given to Industry Canada’s new draft Electronic Commerce Protection Regulations. CASL’s “ban all” structure makes it imperative that generous regulations be adopted to ensure that the goal’s of Canada’s new anti-spam/anti-malware law (CASL) are met. In another post , Evaluating the Industry Canada CASL regulations: how to assess them, I proposed a framework for assessing the regulations. I then evaluated the proposed family and personal relationships…

Explain Human capital theory
[February 18, 2013 – 04:54 am]
Explain Human capital theory

Penn State University Describe how insights from the discussion about investment in human capital (either at the individual level or by the employer in terms of general or firm specific training) may be applied by you, the HR manager, to a situation at your place of employment. (10 points) Part 2 – ANALYSIS Answer one (1) of the following questions. Be sure to address all parts of the question. (10 points) 1. Compare and contrast general and firm specific training. What are direct and indirect costs of employer-provided training? Explain the connection between firm specific…

Explain Human Capital Formation
[February 15, 2013 – 01:04 pm]
Explain Human Capital Formation

The purpose of this paper is to identify main components and driving forces behind an innovation process in order to support regions in organizing their endogenous innovation process . To that end, they study models of an innovation process and analyze the case of Sophia Antipolis. This theoretical study allows them to identify general inputs leading to creation of an endogenous innovation process in a region. SOURCE: Tags: crowdsourcing, innovation, innovation-process, knowledge, open-innovation

Explain Copyright and Fair Use
[February 1, 2013 – 05:08 pm]
Explain Copyright and Fair Use

The February 2013 issue of C&RL News is now freely available online. Benn Joseph kicks off our second issue of 2013 with an overview of how Northwestern University took advantage of a digitization initiative from a local consortium to scan and make available online archives of the Purple Parrot humor magazine, along with other materials. Irene Gashurov and Ann Matsuuchi outline “CUNY’s Critical Thinking Sills Initiative, ” which aligned information literacy instruction with the needs of students entering today’s workforce. In this issue’s Scholarly Communication column…

Evaluation of Human Resources Director
[February 15, 2013 – 06:20 pm]
Evaluation of Human Resources Director

A reader writes: I have a second-round interview coming up for an in-house legal position. This round of interviews is with senior management and will include the chief legal officer. My contact person is the HR manager in charge of legal recruiting. I am wondering what type of information I can request of her about the folks with whom I will interview. In other words, may I ask for bios of these people? Or LinkedIn profiles? May I ask whether she has any advice for the interviews? Or whether there are particular topics I should be prepared to address? Those last two feel unprofessional…

Dictionary definition of patent
[February 18, 2013 – 10:35 am]
Dictionary definition of patent

Hoffmann Eitle For some years the European Commission has been drafting a new “Regulation Concerning Customs Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights” replacing present Regulation EC/1383/2003. It now appears that legislative procedure is almost complete. The Internal Market Committee of the European Parliament and the Permanent Representatives Committee of the Council have recently adopted a compromise text. After the Council of Ministers adopts the text, the European Parliament will most likely also adopt it in March without amendments and the new Regulation can then come…

Definition of patent airway
[February 19, 2013 – 04:03 am]
Definition of patent airway

Bowman v. Monsanto Co., scheduled for oral argument Tuesday, presents a high-stakes question about biotech products: how tightly can Monsanto control what users do with the Roundup-resistant soybean seeds that Monsanto has patented? Although the practical ramifications are substantial, the doctrinal question is quite elegant.  Like Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, argued during the November sitting, the case involves the “exhaustion” of intellectual property.  Generally speaking, it is usually the case that when an owner of intellectual property sells a specific tangible…

Definition of Human Capital Services
[February 2, 2011 – 05:08 pm]
Definition of Human Capital Services

I consider myself, for better or worse, a man who values words and their meaning…so, as a former HR executive I take a certain umbrage vs. the term “Human Capital.”  The origins of the term go back to the 1950′s, and has been alternately praised and criticized, yet we are seeing the term enjoy a re-birth in the 21st Century.  The term was meant to encourage an investment into the growth of individuals to build their respective value rather than continued investment into materials/goods/brick & mortar.  Ask 10 people on the street about the definition of “Human Capital”…

Definition of human capital measures
[January 22, 2013 – 11:00 pm]
Definition of human capital measures

The problem noted in the previous post on how to measure productivity in the internet age is just one example of the problems with measuring most aspects of the economy in the, so-called, knowledge economy. This is a problem that I have written a little on. There is a section on this problem, called Mr Bean(counter) measures the economy , in Oxley, Walker, Thorns and Wang (2008). It is written, Much time and effort is expended by many national and international organisations in an attempt to measure the economy or economies of the world. While the measuring of the “standard”…

Definition of Human Capital Accumulation
[February 11, 2013 – 05:06 pm]
Definition of Human Capital Accumulation

Have not blogged for a while as the semester got busy and the teaching honeymoon (2 courses) was over. Nonetheless here are a few of the papers that have been piling up on my desk to read and blog! 1. Barriers to Household Risk Management: Evidence from India Why do many households remain exposed to large exogenous sources of nonsystematic income risk? We use a series of randomized field experiments in rural India to test the importance of price and nonprice factors in the adoption of an innovative rainfall insurance product. Demand is significantly price sensitive, but widespread…

Definition of Goodwill Financial
[March 28, 2011 – 11:47 pm]
Definition of Goodwill Financial

When meeting business owners, evaluating their financial statements and suggesting an asking prices for their companies, I am frequently faced with a big astonishment appearing on the owners’ faces. For some companies, the asking price I suggest is very close to the net book value of  the assets. Business owners are understandably surprised to hear that all the hard work they have put on their businesses for so many years has no value at all. What about the reputation, the customer lists, the relationships,  the employees, the know-how, the brand name, the experience and all…

Definition of goodwill ambassador
[February 9, 2013 – 08:13 pm]
Definition of goodwill ambassador

A civic organisation in Trinidad & Tobago is demanding that Soca superstar Machel Montano quit his post of TT’s Goodwill Ambassador to the United Nations (UN), or be fired from that post. The group, International Radio Emergency Support Coalition, (IRESC), is calling for Montano to quit because of his conviction on charges of assault and using obscene language. The Trinidad and Tobago Newsday is reporting that Julien Mervyn Dedier, president of IRESC, In a letter addressed to UN Women Caribbean Sub-Regional Programme Director Roberta Clarke in Barbados, stated that Montano’s…

Definition of corporate capital structure
[February 13, 2013 – 07:20 pm]
Definition of corporate capital structure

Hatteras Financial Corp (HTS) Q4 2012 Earnings Call February 13, 2013 10:00 am ET Executives Mark S. Collinson - Partner Michael R. Hough - Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Kenneth A. Steele - Chief Financial Officer, Principal Accounting Officer, Secretary and Treasurer Benjamin M. Hough - President, Chief Operating Officer and Director William H. Gibbs - Co-Chief Investment Officer and Executive Vice President Frederick J. Boos - Co-Chief Investment Officer and Executive Vice President Analysts Bose T. George - Keefe, Bruyette, & Woods, Inc., Research Division…