Deutsch
Deutschland
Anmelden
Tipp von eurobuch.de
Ähnliche Bücher
Weitere, andere Bücher, die diesem Buch sehr ähnlich sein könnten:
Buch verkaufen
Anbieter, die das Buch mit der ISBN 9783656588542 ankaufen:
Suchtools
Buchtipps
Aktuelles
Werbung
FILTER
- 0 Ergebnisse
Kleinster Preis: 29,99 €, größter Preis: 29,99 €, Mittelwert: 29,99 €
Societal Perception Of Foreign Businesses In Nigeria. - Kalekye Ndungu
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)
Kalekye Ndungu:
Societal Perception Of Foreign Businesses In Nigeria. - neues Buch

2007, ISBN: 9783656588542

ID: 9783656588542

A case study of Shell in Niger Delta The oil and gas industry is one of the largest industries in the world. International Energy Agency estimates that in the next 25 five years, an overall $3 trillion global worth of investment is likely to be made in this industry. Astonishingly, this large investment accounts for only 6% or lesser of the expected revenues during the next 25 years from this industry (McPherson and MacSearraigh 2007). The gross oil and gas sales revenue are estimated to be $1.5 trillion per year. Moreover, since the oil and gas commodities are sold multifold within a supply chain, the volume of worldwide oil and gas trade is even much bigger. Due to the large volume of oil and gas revenues, this industry is often directly linked to the economic and social wellbeing of nations. For a foreign business operating within oil and gas industry in overseas market to bolster its relationships with its stakeholders to sustain its growth and profitability, it is crucial that its activities are perceived to instigate economic and social wellbeing for the nation. The global demand for oil and gas continues to increase due to the rising income level and population in most of the developing countries. Due to the rising demand of oil and gas commodity, the control over oil and gas resources can be a concrete source of enrichment and driver for development. However, the very reason that makes oil and gas business such a high value industry also makes it prone to controversies, bad governance, corruption and driver of conflict. Many oil and gas rich countries including Nigeria, Indonesia, Sudan, Liberia, and Bolivia among many others are salient examples of this contention. The matter of controlling these valuable natural resources and the right over the revenues generated from them is the cause of varying conflicts. It is reflected through the fact that throughout the 20th century and most of the 21st century, most of the developing nations of the world rich in oil and gas were marred by high level of political instability as well as high level of poverty and underdevelopment (Karl, 1997 Ross, 2001 Eifert et alet al. 2002). By being at the helm of affairs, foreign oil and gas companies operating in these regions are often viewed as part of the problem. Societal Perception Of Foreign Businesses In Nigeria.: The oil and gas industry is one of the largest industries in the world. International Energy Agency estimates that in the next 25 five years, an overall $3 trillion global worth of investment is likely to be made in this industry. Astonishingly, this large investment accounts for only 6% or lesser of the expected revenues during the next 25 years from this industry (McPherson and MacSearraigh 2007). The gross oil and gas sales revenue are estimated to be $1.5 trillion per year. Moreover, since the oil and gas commodities are sold multifold within a supply chain, the volume of worldwide oil and gas trade is even much bigger. Due to the large volume of oil and gas revenues, this industry is often directly linked to the economic and social wellbeing of nations. For a foreign business operating within oil and gas industry in overseas market to bolster its relationships with its stakeholders to sustain its growth and profitability, it is crucial that its activities are perceived to instigate economic and social wellbeing for the nation. The global demand for oil and gas continues to increase due to the rising income level and population in most of the developing countries. Due to the rising demand of oil and gas commodity, the control over oil and gas resources can be a concrete source of enrichment and driver for development. However, the very reason that makes oil and gas business such a high value industry also makes it prone to controversies, bad governance, corruption and driver of conflict. Many oil and gas rich countries including Nigeria, Indonesia, Sudan, Liberia, and Bolivia among many others are salient examples of this contention. The matter of controlling these valuable natural resources and the right over the revenues generated from them is the cause of varying conflicts. It is reflected through the fact that throughout the 20th century and most of the 21st century, most of the developing nations of the world rich in oil and gas were marred by high level of political instability as well as high level of poverty and underdevelopment (Karl, 1997 Ross, 2001 Eifert et alet al. 2002). By being at the helm of affairs, foreign oil and gas companies operating in these regions are often viewed as part of the problem. BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General, GRIN Verlag

Neues Buch Rheinberg-Buch.de
eBook, Englisch, Neuware Versandkosten:Sofort lieferbar, DE. (EUR 0.00)
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.
Societal perception of foreign businesses in Nigeria. (eBook, PDF) - Ndungu, Kalekye
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)
Ndungu, Kalekye:
Societal perception of foreign businesses in Nigeria. (eBook, PDF) - neues Buch

2011, ISBN: 9783656588542

ID: 8f90c3b191d522eafff2f0e4c1da7e78

Forschungsarbeit aus dem Jahr 2011 im Fachbereich BWL - Allgemeines, Note: A, University of Newcastle, Sprache: Englisch The oil and gas industry is one of the largest industries in the world. International Energy Agency estimates that in the next 25 five years, an overall $3 trillion global worth of investment is likely to be made in this industry. Astonishingly, this large investment accounts for only 6% or lesser of the expected revenues during the next 25 years from this industry (McPherson and MacSearraigh 2007). The gross oil and gas sales revenue are estimated to be $1.5 trillion per year. Moreover, since the oil and gas commodities are sold multifold within a supply chain, the volume of worldwide oil and gas trade is even much bigger. Due to the large volume of oil and gas revenues, this industry is often directly linked to the economic and social wellbeing of nations. For a foreign business operating within oil and gas industry in overseas market to bolster its relationships with its stakeholders to sustain its growth and profitability, it is crucial that its activities are perceived to instigate economic and social wellbeing for the nation. The global demand for oil and gas continues to increase due to the rising income level and population in most of the developing countries. Due to the rising demand of oil and gas commodity, the control over oil and gas resources can be a concrete source of enrichment and driver for development. However, the very reason that makes oil and gas business such a high value industry also makes it prone to controversies, bad governance, corruption and driver of conflict. Many oil and gas rich countries including Nigeria, Indonesia, Sudan, Liberia, and Bolivia among many others are salient examples of this contention. The matter of controlling these valuable natural resources and the right over the revenues generated from them is the cause of varying conflicts. It is reflected through the fact that throughout the 20th century and most of the 21st century, most of the developing nations of the world rich in oil and gas were marred by high level of political instability as well as high level of poverty and underdevelopment (Karl, 1997; Ross, 2001; Eifert et alet al. 2002). By being at the helm of affairs, foreign oil and gas companies operating in these regions are often viewed as part of the problem. E-Book

Neues Buch Buecher.de
Nr. 40425456 Versandkosten:, , Lieferung nach DE. (EUR 0.00)
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.
Societal perception of foreign businesses in Nigeria. - A case study of Shell in Niger Delta - Kalekye Ndungu
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)
Kalekye Ndungu:
Societal perception of foreign businesses in Nigeria. - A case study of Shell in Niger Delta - neues Buch

2007, ISBN: 9783656588542

ID: 1303624

The oil and gas industry is one of the largest industries in the world. International Energy Agency estimates that in the next 25 five years, an overall $3 trillion global worth of investment is likely to be made in this industry. Astonishingly, this large investment accounts for only 6% or lesser of the expected revenues during the next 25 years from this industry (McPherson and MacSearraigh 2007). The gross oil and gas sales revenue are estimated to be $1.5 trillion per year. Moreover, since the oil and gas commodities are sold multifold within a supply chain, the volume of worldwide oil and gas trade is even much bigger. Due to the large volume of oil and gas revenues, this industry is often directly linked to the economic and social wellbeing of nations. For a foreign business operating within oil and gas industry in overseas market to bolster its relationships with its stakeholders to sustain its growth and profitability, it is crucial that its activities are perceived to instigate economic and social wellbeing for the nation. The global demand for oil and gas continues to increase due to the rising income level and population in most of the developing countries. Due to the rising demand of oil and gas commodity, the control over oil and gas resources can be a concrete source of enrichment and driver for development. However, the very reason that makes oil and gas business such a high value industry also makes it prone to controversies, bad governance, corruption and driver of conflict. Many oil and gas rich countries including Nigeria, Indonesia, Sudan, Liberia, and Bolivia among many others are salient examples of this contention. The matter of controlling these valuable natural resources and the right over the revenues generated from them is the cause of varying conflicts. It is reflected through the fact that throughout the 20th century and most of the 21st century, most of the developing nations of the world rich in oil and gas were marred by high level of political instability as well as high level of poverty and underdevelopment (Karl, 1997; Ross, 2001; Eifert et alet al. 2002). By being at the helm of affairs, foreign oil and gas companies operating in these regions are often viewed as part of the problem.[PU:GRIN Verlag]

Neues Buch Ciando.de
ciando.de
http://www.ciando.com/img/books/3656588546_k.jpg, E-Book zum Download Versandkosten:Versandkostenfrei innerhalb der BRD (EUR 0.00)
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.
Societal perception of foreign businesses in Nigeria. - A case study of Shell in Niger Delta - Kalekye Ndungu
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)
Kalekye Ndungu:
Societal perception of foreign businesses in Nigeria. - A case study of Shell in Niger Delta - neues Buch

2007, ISBN: 9783656588542

ID: 1303624

The oil and gas industry is one of the largest industries in the world. International Energy Agency estimates that in the next 25 five years, an overall $3 trillion global worth of investment is likely to be made in this industry. Astonishingly, this large investment accounts for only 6% or lesser of the expected revenues during the next 25 years from this industry (McPherson and MacSearraigh 2007). The gross oil and gas sales revenue are estimated to be $1.5 trillion per year. Moreover, since the oil and gas commodities are sold multifold within a supply chain, the volume of worldwide oil and gas trade is even much bigger. Due to the large volume of oil and gas revenues, this industry is often directly linked to the economic and social wellbeing of nations. For a foreign business operating within oil and gas industry in overseas market to bolster its relationships with its stakeholders to sustain its growth and profitability, it is crucial that its activities are perceived to instigate economic and social wellbeing for the nation. The global demand for oil and gas continues to increase due to the rising income level and population in most of the developing countries. Due to the rising demand of oil and gas commodity, the control over oil and gas resources can be a concrete source of enrichment and driver for development. However, the very reason that makes oil and gas business such a high value industry also makes it prone to controversies, bad governance, corruption and driver of conflict. Many oil and gas rich countries including Nigeria, Indonesia, Sudan, Liberia, and Bolivia among many others are salient examples of this contention. The matter of controlling these valuable natural resources and the right over the revenues generated from them is the cause of varying conflicts. It is reflected through the fact that throughout the 20th century and most of the 21st century, most of the developing nations of the world rich in oil and gas were marred by high level of political instability as well as high level of poverty and underdevelopment (Karl, 1997; Ross, 2001; Eifert et alet al. 2002). By being at the helm of affairs, foreign oil and gas companies operating in these regions are often viewed as part of the problem.

Neues Buch Ciando.de
ciando.de
http://www.ciando.com/img/books/3656588546_k.jpg, E-Book zum Download Versandkosten:Versandkostenfrei innerhalb der BRD (EUR 0.00)
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.

Details zum Buch

Detailangaben zum Buch - Societal perception of foreign businesses in Nigeria. (eBook, PDF)


EAN (ISBN-13): 9783656588542
Erscheinungsjahr: 2011
Herausgeber: GRIN Verlag

Buch in der Datenbank seit 21.02.2014 16:25:43
Buch zuletzt gefunden am 09.10.2014 18:07:12
ISBN/EAN: 9783656588542

ISBN - alternative Schreibweisen:
978-3-656-58854-2


< zum Archiv...
Benachbarte Bücher