[1] The Role of Functional Foods, Nutraceuticals, and Food Supplements in Intestinal Health New eating habits, actual trends in production and consumption have a health, environmental and social impact. The European Union is fighting diseases characteristic of a modern age, such as obesity, osteoporosis, cancer, diabetes, allergies and dental problems. Developed countries are also faced
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The disparities in the adoption and application of financial accounting reform in Portuguese municipalities are examined in this article. Researchers and academics are very interested in accrual accounting in the public sector. This strategy was created with the premise that one way to modernise public sector management would be to incorporate private-sector accounting practises. This
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The aim of this research was to find ways for hospital executives to enhance patient service. Five healthcare administrators who introduce patient service policies in hospitals made up the target population. The expectation-confirmation theory served as the study’s conceptual structure. Semistructured interviews, hospital policy and procedure records, and qualitative data from the Consumer Assessment of
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This study looks at the wealth impact of diversification on banking mergers and acquisitions in the United States. The abnormal returns of each party around the merger announcements are examined after 2,148 domestic US banking M&As announced between 1985 and 2006 are listed based on geographic and operation diversification. The abnormal return is equivalent to
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Orientation: Higher education institutions play an important role in the creation of skills, which benefits the economy; as a result, high-quality personnel is needed. Retaining special-interest employees in higher education organisations has become a top priority and a requirement for any organization’s productivity and competitiveness. Recruiting and attracting top talent has remained a difficult and
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History and Goals: Human capital is the most important aspect of an organization’s effectiveness, and its employees are its most valuable asset. It is important for any organization’s efficiency and competitiveness to keep workers in their employment. A crucial phenomenon in tertiary education is the lack of academic personnel and the failure of higher education
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The aim of this paper is to test the mental models of business actors in relation to the stakeholder strategy of corporate governance. The cognitive map is used to visualise these diagrams in order to clarify how the stakeholder strategy thinks and conceptualises. The paper examines the stakeholder model and takes a look at corporate
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This essay draws on theoretical and empirical evidence of the government of Cameroon’s secrecy in the management of oil rents and the resulting underdevelopment in the country’s main oil and mineral extraction regions. The aim is to see if these failures have an effect on potential rent-related disputes. Human security, as measured by financial openness
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The growth of Airbnb’s environment in the hospitality and tourism industries has influenced customers’ purchasing decisions. Customers’ behavioural intentions have changed over time as a result of different factors, and they now hope to get more than they expected to satisfy their needs and desires. Customers typically book their lodging via the internet. Innovation causes
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