The transitional phase from business acquisition to corporatizing
new units to our structure takes time and sensitivity.
was never imposed upon corporatizing
SOEs, instead the corporatization
Question: Who profits from this next step to corporatizing
our public schools?
One of the many strengths of Teaching Truly is its emphasis on developing teachers and students' critical literacy skills--interrogating power relations--to recognize the corporatizing
, hegemonic influences, shored up by anti-Indianism, pervasive in the language, methods, biases, omissions, textbooks and standards of mainstream education.
Karin Finkelston, IFC Asia-Pacific vice-president said the agreement was, a significant step that shows a firm commitment by the government of Myanmar to move forward with corporatizing
the energy sector.
This assumption obscures the fact that corporatizing
policies have been efficacious largely because members of the academic community, even if reluctantly, have been instrumental in implementing them.
Ohter topics addressed include hip hop culture; McDonalds, power, and children; selling subculture, corporatizing
sports; and the politics of studying kinderculture.
of the contemporary university is the twentieth and twenty-first centuries' version of this as a way of responding to a multiplicity of demands and constituencies.
How is new scholarship, in the corporatizing
university, impacting this?
Feingold: I think it's because the Democratic Party decided that corporatizing
was a way to help with fundraising, especially in an era of soft money.
In 1993, the government commissioned a study, by a private consulting firm, into the feasibility of corporatizing
five major public hospitals.
Miller said Government was seeking legal advice on the optimum method of corporatizing
the Grantley Adams International Airport, and would be interested in the CDC's method of restructuring.