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Examination Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Computer Science - Commercial Information Technology, grade: 1.7, University of Mannheim (Chair of Business Administration and Information Systems), course: Computer Science - Commercial Information Technology, language: English, abstract: In today's global economy Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) are credited with their transformative capacity for national economies. They represent a promising way to lead developing countries on a path of more rapid development. But ICT for Development (ICT4D) is not only an issue of the development society. For many multinational operating software companies developing continents like Africa with a population of almost half a billion represent a huge, still untapped market. The German software company SAP AG for example is engaged in the African Drive Project (ADP). ADP is improving the South African education system by means of ICTs. SAP sees its engagement as an investment in future business areas and emerging markets in the developing world. But the corporate engagement of these big international players does not have to contradict the general aims and goals of the development society. On the contrary, the development assistance sees a crucial role in engaging in public private partnerships (PPP). The OECD notes that PPPs have become a general trend throughout the global economy. Convergence and consolidation of the fast moving ICT market demand that not one organization can go it alone. Many ICT4D projects fail due to a lack of technical experience of its members or because they do not take into account the sustainability of implementation. It is important to realize, that ICT4D projects are at their core information systems development projects and thus one should not neglect the technical issues beside social and cultural considerations. The current focus of ICT4D is on initiatives for pro-poor growth and many published success stories for example deal with nationwide information systems in health care, agriculture and water supply or with the implementation of information kiosks in rural areas. So far, the development society has neglected the use of ICT4D in the private sector development of a country. But maybe this should be the main focus, since the Information Solutions Group (2003) claims that in every modern information society, the ICT revolution was in first place a 'productivity revolution' in the manufacturing industry. The acquisition of business software and especially Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software could have profound implications on a number of vital business issues such as the productivity, quality issues or service processes, affecting thus the organization's competitive position.
Master's Thesis from the year 2013 in the subject Business economics - Banking, Stock Exchanges, Insurance, Accounting, grade: 1,7, University of Mannheim, language: English, abstract: The commodity futures contract is an agreement to deliver a specific amount of commodity at a future time . There are usually choices of deliverable grades, delivery locations and delivery dates. Hedging belongs to one of the fundamental functions of futures market. Futures can be used to help producers and buyers protect themselves from price risk arising from many factors. For instance, in crude oil commodities, price risk occurs due to disrupted oil supply as a consequence of political issues, increasing of demand in emerging markets, turnaround in energy policy from the fossil fuel to the solar and efficient energy, etc. By hedging with futures, producers and users can set the prices they will receive or pay within a fixed range. A hedger takes a short position if he/she sells futures contracts while owning the underlying commodity to be delivered; a long position if he/she purchases futures contracts. The commonly known basis is defined as the difference between the futures and spot prices, which is mostly time-varying and mean-reverting. Due to such basis risk, a naïve hedging (equal and opposite) is unlikely to be effective. With the popularity of commodity futures, how to determine and implement the optimal hedging strategy has become an important issue in the field of risk management. Hedging strategies have been intensively studied since the 1960s. One of the most popular approaches to hedging is to quantify risk as variance, known as minimum-variance (MV) hedging. This hedging strategy is based on Markowitz portfolio theory, resting on the result that 'a weighted portfolio of two assets will have a variance lower than the weighted average variance of the two individual assets, as long as the two assets are not perfectly and positively correlated.' MV strategy is quite well accepted, however, it ignores the expected return of the hedged portfolio and the risk preference of investors. Other hedging models with different objective functions have been studied intensively in hedging literature. Due to the conceptual simplicity, the value at risk (VaR) and conditional value at risk (C)VaR have been adopted as the hedging risk objective function. [...]
Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 1,8, University of Mannheim, language: English, abstract: This study deals with the issue of language transfer. Thus, we compared the performance of English by two different groups. 20 students participated in the study, 10 live in Germany and 10 in Turkey. All 20 are L1 speakers of Turkish. The students from Turkey are L2 speakers of English. The other 10 students are L2 speakers of German with English as their L3. The participants translated sentences from Turkish into English. We examined whether the participants from Germany outperformed students from Turkey. If language transfer took place students from Germany should indeed perform better. Our assumption is based on their knowledge of German, which is similar to English in some aspects. Performance relating to word order, auxiliaries and negations were appraised. However, the results show that our assumption cannot be affirmed. Students from Turkey were as good as or even better than the students from Germany in all three categories. Nevertheless, we made observations supporting the idea of language transfer. For instance, students from Germany were definitely better in formulating relative clauses, which do not occur in Turkish. In summary, there are no conclusive results to confirm the existence of language transfer.
Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, printed single-sided, grade: 3,0, University of Mannheim, language: English, abstract: This paper will identify certain types of characters of the upper-class and relate them to the developments of the gender role in the Victorian era. Going along with it the men¿s different attitudes towards marriage as a constantly present issue in the play will be illustrated and compared to the points of view that dominated the high society in that time. Wilde refers to many more social habits and temporary fashions which however shall not be part of this paper.
Bachelor Thesis from the year 2009 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 1.0, University of Mannheim, language: English, abstract: (...) Due to the importance of Search Engine Marketing, the following research paper is concerned with online advertising on search sites. Advertisements displayed on search engine websites consist of text only and are triggered via keywords. This means that online advertisers choose keywords which determine when to show their advertisement. Of course, it is not solely the selected keywords which determine if the ad is displayed or not. There are other important factors, such as the quality of the website and the budget the advertiser is willing to spend. However, on the whole, the keywords and the ad text are highly important in keyword-based Online Advertising. This points to the fact that the success of an online advertisement is mainly determined by language and the Internet user's interaction with language. If there are words which are more likely to be used as search terms by Internet users, then online advertisers should include these words in their ad text and their keyword list rather than other words. The better the keywords and ad text match the user's search term, the higher the probability that the ad will be displayed and the better the ad performance. This paper aims to give an answer to the question of which words are preferably used by Internet users when they place a search query. Concluding from this, the thesis intends to provide advertisers with recommendations for keywords that ensure a successful ad performance. In order to deal with this issue, the linguistic theory of the basic level concept will be applied to keyword- based Online Advertising. According to the basic level advantage, basic level words carry the most information, are most distinctive and are preferably used in speaking (cf. Rosch et al. 1976).
Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2005 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: 5, University of Cooperative Education Mannheim (International Business Administration), course: Leadership, 4 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: This essay deals with the reward management of companies. Compensation and remuneration are important issues in human resource management. In the following chapters, we will describe the reward management in detail in order to give a basic understanding about this topic. First, the different levels of remuneration are presented which is a necessary background information. Furthermore we would like to concentrate on the practical work in the human resource department. We will describe how the operational tasks in compensation management are separated between the staff and how these tasks changed in the last decades due to changes in the business environment. In the following part we will name and explain more in detail important factors which influence the compensation and rewarding strategy. We add a short excursus concerning legal minimum wages. This topic is one significant force to control and manipulate the strategic decisions in the reward and compensation strategy. Moreover we will focus on performance related payment systems. This issue became more and more important in the last year and there are many employees who argue against such a system. We will explain it and afterwards we would like to name some arguments which are against this kind of a structure. Finally we will present a practical example of compensation management. We have chosen the global-acting company BASF because we could organise some background information and we think that this company uses some of the strategic tools we described in their compensation management. Not every company is willing to show their strategies to the public because they think that their competitors will profit from this knowledge.