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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.

Die Ausübung des Stimmrechts durch einen Bevollmächtigten in der offenen Handelsgesellschaft /

Kurth, Hans-Joachim, January 1972 (has links)
Thesis (doctoral)--Universität Mainz, 1973. / Bibliography; p. 127-130.

Niessbrauch am Anteil einer offenen Handelsgesellschaft /

Klönne, Werner, January 1971 (has links)
Thesis (doctoral)--Universität Bonn, 1971. / Includes bibliographical references (p. v-xii).

Der geschäftsführende Gesellschafter der OHG als Adressat weisunggebender Beschlüsse /

Krage, Wolfgang, January 1975 (has links)
Thesis (doctoral)--Universität Göttingen, 1975. / Includes bibliographical references (p. i-vii).

Die Umwandlung der Erbengemeinschaft in eine Kollektiv- oder Kommanditgesellschaft /

Imfeld, Ernst Wilh. January 1932 (has links)
Thesis (doctoral)--Universität Freiburg in der Schweiz.

The key activities of partnership development in China—a study of Sino-Finnish partnerships

Wang, L. (Lingyun) 29 March 2007 (has links)
Abstract China is becoming a powerhouse of the world economy nowadays. Its high economic growth and large domestic market attract many Western companies to invest there. Partnering with local companies is a common way for most Western companies to enter the Chinese market and learn about the new business environment for the first time while implementing their international expansion strategy. However, finding the right impetus for the partnership strategy to achieve the business goals is not easy as, quite commonly and for various reasons, many partnerships are dissolved before they achieve the expected goals. The aim of this study is to identify the key activities of partnership development in the context of Sino-Finnish partnerships. Two types of partnerships appear in this study, i.e. joint ventures and manufacturer-distributor partnerships. A multiple case study methodology is adopted in the empirical study. A framework for partnership development is used to examine the partnership process in China. The key activities are identified in the formation and management stages. In the formation stage of the partnership, three key activities are identified for partnership development: learning and assessing the motives of the partners, partner selection, and choice of type of partnership. In the management stage, four key activities are identified: human resource management, knowledge transfer, risk management, and cultural differences. The framework for partnership analysis is adapted in line with the case study results. The results of the case study are as follows. The motives of partnerships stem from the partners' own needs and their strategies of development. In addition to the motives suiting both partners, the strategies of the Finnish or incoming partners should also suit the contemporary business environment in China. Task and partner-related dimensions feature in the criteria of partner selection. Human resource management is perceived as a fundamental activity in partnership management and happens either by localization or hybridization in the case partnerships. The central issues of human resource management are the recruitment and retention of both management level, and technical, personnel. Complementary knowledge transfer between partners contributes to supporting the operations and joint activities of the partnerships. The risks to partnerships are sourced as twofold by the case partners – from inside the partnerships and the business environment – and are dealt with as they arise. Cultural differences in the partnerships require inter-organizational and interpersonal adaptation. Trust and open communication are two facilitators in the management process of partnerships.

Women's views on partnership working with midwives during pregnancy and childbirth

Boyle, Sally January 2013 (has links)
United Kingdom (UK) health policy over the past thirty years has been predicated on a partnership model focusing on empowering service users to be fully involved in their care. Within maternity care partnership relationships have been conceptualised as empowering women to have continuity, choice and control (Department of Health (DoH), 1993), within a relationship of personal autonomy between the woman and her carers. In this study I sought to identify the extent to which the Government agenda for partnership working and choice is realised or desired by women during pregnancy and childbirth. In addition, I wanted to examine the level of alignment between the views of midwives with that of women accessing the maternity services. This study took a qualitative approach, drawing on the principles of grounded theory. In the first phase of the study a purposive sample of sixteen pregnant women were recruited and invited to complete a diary and to take part in two interviews. Women maintained diary entries following appointments with the midwife during pregnancy and childbirth. Semi–structured interviews were undertaken at 36 weeks of pregnancy and four weeks after the birth, based on the diary entries. In the second phase, four focus groups were undertaken with two groups of community midwives and birth centre midwives from two National Health Service (NHS) Trusts. Quotes from the diary-interviews from phase one were utilised to develop three vignettes which acted as a prompt during the focus group interviews. Following a thematic analysis of the data, I analysed women’s views on partnership working and choice. Most women in this study did not feel that they developed a partnership relationship with the midwife. This was associated with a lack of continuity of care and insufficient time to engage in meaningful discussion in an environment which was not conducive to shared decision making. Women described wide variations on the midwives role in supporting decision making. This ranged from decisions being dictated to midwives guiding choices and for some women, being facilitated to make informed choices. Many women described input of family and friends and widespread use of the internet as an information source. Women depicted their antenatal midwifery care as medicalised and felt that whilst their bio-medical needs were met their psycho-social and emotional needs were not. Women described the visits frequently as ‘in and out’ or ‘ticking the boxes’ to describe this approach to care. A small number of women (n=5) did experience a partnership relationship. Three of these women knew the midwife from a previous pregnancy; the remaining two women attended a midwifery led unit for all of their care. In relation to the choice agenda, most of the women who participated in this study were not aware that they had a choice about who provided their care or where they would have their care. The midwife focus groups concurred with the women’s findings and suggested that a lack of time was a significant factor hindering the formation of a partnership relationship. Midwives felt that this was exacerbated by the paperwork they were required to complete in order to audit care and meet the ‘payment by results’ agenda (DoH, 2003b). During the focus groups midwives identified strategies which could be implemented to enhance midwifery led care, including offering antenatal care to small groups of women and undertaking an antenatal home visit towards the end of pregnancy, to provide women with the time to discuss any issues that they wanted to explore in more depth. The findings from this study contribute to the current body of knowledge on midwifery led care particularly in providing the women’s perspective on partnership working. Women want to experience midwifery care that meets their psycho-social needs as well as bio-medical needs through a model of care that provides continuity. In contrast to previous research findings, the women in this study described community based care as mechanistic, clinically focused and time bound, more in line with an obstetric model of care than a midwifery model. However, midwifery led care offered within a birth centre was perceived by women as providing a more holistic, social model of care. Whilst continuity of care is not a new concept, what this study contributes is that despite successive administrations supporting partnership working and informed choice over the past twenty years, most of the women in this study did not experience this level of care. The findings from this study resulted in the development of a midwifery partnership model as a theoretical framework that could be utilised in future research studies to evaluate the extent to which a partnership relationship exists within a range of midwifery care settings.

Der Wechsel von Gesellschaftern bei Personen- und Kapitalgesellschaften in Deutschland, England und Frankreich : eine rechtsvergleichende Untersuchung zur Ermittlung gemeinsamer gesellschaftlicher Prinzipien /

Krämer, Sven. January 2004 (has links) (PDF)
Univ., Diss.-2004--Hamburg, 2003. / Literaturverz. S. 269 - 294. - Literaturangaben.

Osobní společnosti v americkém právu / GP, LP and LLP in american law

Sieglová, Marie January 2008 (has links)
In this thesis the author deals with the comparision of american alternative business entities according to the law of the state Delaware with the czech "personal business societies". In the body of the thesis there are described the following 3 types of business entities: general partnership, limited partnership and limited liability limited partnership, including the description of its formation and dissolution, the rights, powers, duties and liabilities of the partners. After each section there are compared to the czech Commercial code (Seccions veřejná obchodní společnost and komanditní společnost).

Cross-cultural partnerships characterized by grace

Hahn, Geoffrey W. January 2007 (has links)
Thesis (D. Min.)--Denver Seminary, 2007. / Includes bibliographical references (leaves 213-229).

Cross-cultural partnerships characterized by grace

Hahn, Geoffrey W. January 2007 (has links)
Thesis (D. Min.)--Denver Seminary, 2007. / Includes bibliographical references (leaves 213-229).

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