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    • The effectiveness of the management quality system ISO 9000 

      Morris, Lyndon (Dublin Business School, 1992)
      This thesis evaluates the effectiveness of ISO 9000 from the Irish perspective. Section 1: Outlines why I decided to adopt this thesis. It gives a brief discussion on quality and it's important. It also shows the position ...
    • Budgetary planning and control systems within American Express Ireland Limited 

      Lyons, Meriel (Dublin Business School, 1993)
      The objective of this project is to discuss the Budgetary Planning and Control Systems of American Express Ireland Ltd, applying relevant theoretical and practical research to it's evaluation and all conclusions reached. The ...
    • Researching the potential market for an electronic components magazine in Ireland 

      Britton, Tara (Dublin Business School, 1993)
      In order to ascertain if there is a market for an electronic components publication in Ireland, I was compelled to undergo various stages of research. Firstly, I was required to establish if an electronic components market ...
    • Telepages was a success. Why did it fail, and what does the future hold for Telepages in Ireland? 

      Prendeville, Gillian (Dublin Business School, 1994)
      This report highlights the Telepages service in Ireland. It reviews the current position of Golden Pages Limited in the Irish directory market. It analyses why the Telepages service was abandoned. The report also examines ...
    • Barcoding - computer-aided distribution 

      Murphy, Deirdre (Dublin Business School, 1994)
      The main text this project is discussed under three main sections. Each of these is a "stage" of barcoding. Each section develops in logical progression from the previous. The project commences with a profile of Wessel ...
    • Co-operatives becoming Plc's "Changing Status" 

      Donald, Lyn (Dublin Business School, 1994)
      This project studies the four largest agricultural co-ops in Ireland (Kerry, Waterford, Avonmore and Golden Vale), who have all chosen to change their status to Plc. The reasoning behind this decision is examined and the ...
    • Credit Unions -the quiet revolution 

      O'Reilly, Patrick (Dublin Business School, 1994)
      This report describes the credit union movement from it's origins to the present day. It analyses the unique philosophy of credit unions, their organisational structure, legislation, customer opinion and financial ...
    • A Fundamental Management Tool Within the Irish Banking Sector 

      Acton Jnr, John (Dublin Business School, 1994)
      With the aid of informal contacts within the Irish Banking Sector, published sources, a comprehensive survey, and experience gained whilst on work experience, this dissertation analyses the concept of Total Quality Management ...
    • Systems for the control of working capital based on : Fort Motors LTD 

      Molloy, Cyril (Dublin Business School, 1994)
      The aim of this project is to produce a report which looks at the application of accounting theory to practice in F 011 Motors Ltd. Fort Motors Ltd. is a Main Ford Dealership located in the Walkinstown area of Dublin. ...
    • Systems for the control of working capital 

      Lynch, Tara (Dublin Business School, 1994)
      The purpose of this report was to identify systems for the control of Working Capital. In order to do this I have divided my report into three sections: 1) The Theory of Working Capital , 2) Examination of Systems in a ...
    • Life at the crossroads. The role of the indpendent life & pensions broker in the '90s and beyond" 

      Taylor, Stewart (Dublin Business School, 1994)
      This thesis examines the environment in which independent life & pensions brokers operate in Ireland, and how recent and potential future developments will affect these brokers in the marketplace to the year 2000 and ...
    • The development of a customer oriented culture in EBS Building Society 

      Walsh, Jennifer (Dublin Business School, 1994)
      Based on published sources and informal contacts in the industry, this project considers the need for cultural change in the Irish financial services sector. It examines the theoretical work of some of the leading writers ...
    • Management buy outs. An Irish perspective 

      O'Brien, Paul (Dublin Business School, 1994)
      The objective was to evaluate the scale of management buy-out activity, examine the process through which companies have progressed, detail their post buy-out performances and compare with established research and the ...
    • The mortgage market in Ireland. A consumer's guide to an evaluation of mortage instruments 

      Kelleher, Denis (Dublin Business School, 1994)
      The liberalisation of the Irish mortgage market has resulted in an increased number of lenders, intermediaries and mortgage products in the market. Prior to the legislative developments governing the market, the building ...
    • A Report on the Comparative Analysis of the Theory of Working Capital Management and the Practice of Bydeko Co. Ltd. 

      Johnston, Gregory (Dublin Business School, 1994)
      This report is concerned with the theory of working capital management and how a firm may approach's this area. The theory section of this report is comprehensive, and includes any recent developments in the area of ...
    • The currency crisis of 92/93 and the consequences for the Irish import and export market 

      McAvoy, Seana (Dublin Business School, 1994)
      Sterling's departure from the Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) in September 1992 precipitated a crisis for the Irish economy. This problem was resolved 5 months later (for the time being at least) by the decision of Irish ...
    • The impact of Article 2 of Directive 76/207 (The Equal Treatment Directive) : ‘protection or discrimination’ 

      Ahearne, Margaret (Dublin Business School, 1995)
      This dissertation proposes to show in the context of non-discrimination and the principle of proportionality that Article 2 of Directive 76/2075 hereinafter referred to as ‘Equal Treatment Directive’ by using reverse ...
    • Auditor's liability : to whom do they owe their duty of care? 

      Simon, Antoinette (Dublin Business School, 1995)
      The law at the moment in relation to auditors' liability is in a state of confusion, inconsistent and perhaps less predictable than it ever was. The role of the auditor and to whom he owes his duties to is nebulous. The ...
    • Exemplary damages 

      McKeon, J.M. (Dublin Business School, 1995)
      In 1964 the House of Lords delivered a unanimous judgement, the point of which they said, was to clear up an ‘anomaly’ in the law. ‘Exemplary damages’ were the ‘anomaly’ of the law to which the House had referred. Amazing ...
    • The immunity of crime lords : does our criminal law give them a way out? 

      Moloney, Martin (Dublin Business School, 1995)
      The first question to confront the researcher on this matter is the nature of organised crime: what is it? What does it comprise? What form does it take for the police? And for the courts? These are all questions which ...