Your Annotated Reference List should include five sources (including different types of sources) related to your chosen topic for your Extended Essay. The sources you select should be useful to you in your research. For each of your five sources you must address the following points in your own words:
Dissertation module – Series of taught sessions (lectures & tutorials / workshops) – Dissertation based on Master’s level research
• Dissertation: piece of academic work – Must include evidence of
S1 – Enterprise work – based skills and attributes (Team work, analytical, problem solving creative & strategic thinking, information and computer technology, ability to think laterally, report writing, business and financial planning – marketing, operations, human resource, legal, ethical and global awareness; ability to pitch ideas, numeracy and grammar, budgeting, forecasting time keeping and networking).
S2 – Communication skills – written & oral, awareness and use of new technology and social media including the development of research, concept development, networking, presentation skills as well as pitching an idea to potential investors or stakeholders.
New type of work and new type of workers With the popularization of mobile communication technology and the promotion of innovation and entrepreneurship policies, new or non-standard work types and modes emerge, which are compared with traditional ones (including working place, time, etc.) and combined with labor types.
Introduction • The Utopia theory created by Thomas More has been termed as a Renaissance humanism product. • The ideal theory of Utopia gives a humanist interest in the Classical times in form of languages and the influence of Erasmus’ The Praise of Folly and Valla’s, good and unreal morality which has been in the ancient philosophical beliefs on the issue of ethics and morality. Utopia as a humanist fiction (an exercise in persuasive rhetoric)
As noted above, because individuals’ willingness to pay is private information, it is diﬃcult to determine whether or not, and if so, how much, of a public good or service should be provided. Researchers and policy makers have, as a result, devised a number of tools for assessing the value of what we will call public provision. In this chapter, we will consider a speciﬁc mechanism for determining: