Research Paper On Indian Democracy
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Public Policy and Direct Democracy
This 5 page report discusses the following statement: “Direct democracy is a poor mechanism for making sound public policy and should be reformed or eliminated.” The author argues that although direct democracy is considered a poor mechanism for creating meaningful and effective public policy, it does have its merits. In the context of policy-making, the process becomes more difficult when it is based on the processes of direct democracy. Nonetheless, there are still positive aspects of direct democracy and should not simply be dismissed. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Strategic Plan for Dell
A 6 page paper providing two sections of a strategic plan – Plan Goals and Implementation and Financial Projections and Analysis – for a larger strategic plan for Dell. The plan calls for Dell to modify its Indian customer service call center to handle more customer requests in chat than by voice, preserving Dell's ability to realize cost savings by using an Indian call center while also providing superlative technical expertise without invoking communications barriers based on Indian accents. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Democratic Historian Alexis de Tocqueville
Perhaps one of the best approaches to addressing the concept of democracy, though, came not from an American theorist, but from the writings of Alexis de Tocqueville, in his work Democracy in America, and his belief in the value of a historical context for democracy. This 5 page paper provides an overview of the issue presented and relates it to the current literature. Bibliography lists 5 sources.