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Madoff 's Scheme : Ponzi Scheme

- Madoff’s Scheme “The Whole Government is a Ponzi Scheme” is a quote by Bernard “Bernie” Madoff who was said to have ran the largest Ponzi Scheme in the U.S. Madoff was 71 years old when he was caught for running a Ponzi Scheme. He ran a family business and through that he ran his Ponzi Scheme. He told no one until 10 years after his family business took off. Madoff’s was quite successful in his life, before he made his mistake. His Ponzi Scheme hurt many people who invested in the company, not knowing that it was a swindle all along....   [tags: Ponzi scheme, Bernard Madoff, Charles Ponzi]

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The Ponzi Scheme Of Ponzi Schemes

- The case that was provided in the Stanwick textbook provided information on the Madoff Ponzi scheme which is said to be the largest of Ponzi schemes in the world. This case was a very interesting case. It showed how Bernard Madoffs massive falsehood created disaster for around 13,600 clients. The impact from Madoff did not end with his clients being impacted but also people far and in between. Madoffs Ponzi scheme was controlled through his company that consisted of his family being the head of the company, friends, and employees....   [tags: Bernard Madoff, Ponzi scheme]

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Emissions Trading Scheme For Airlines

- There are significant number of countries where there is carbon emissions trading scheme. Like Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, United Kingdom and some many more. China has launched its first carbon emission trading scheme. Providing a market incentive to control pollution, companies which exceed their quota of carbon emissions can buy unused allocations from others- as per the scheme. It is unlikely to have much impact as analysts say the scheme’s limited range means. With some permits allocated free and others auctioned, companies must construct a permit for every tonne of carbon dioxide they produce, under the emissions trading system....   [tags: EU Emissions Trading Scheme]

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A Report On The Pyramid Scheme

- Couple of years ago my brother told me about this good samaritan in his class that inroduced him to a job that can yeild millions in no time. Thos class mate “good samaritan” explain this job as a program rather than an everyday job. He claims you are enrolled by investing a small amount in the program then you become a recruiting agent for the program, the new investors also invest in this great program and whoever recruited the new recruiter gets a share of the investment. As a fresh graduate this sounded great but as an Accounting Major it rang too many illegalities and fraud, I just couldn’t phantom it....   [tags: Ponzi scheme, Bernard Madoff, Fraud]

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The Social Security is not a Ponzi Scheme

- Social Security is not the Ponzi scheme some oppositions may advocate. Social insurance, as envisaged by President Roosevelt, would address the permanent problem of economic security for the elder community by creating a work-related, contributory system in which workers would provide for their own future economic security through taxes they paid while employed. It provided an alternative both to reliance on welfare, and to radical changes within the capitalist system. It can be seen as a moderately conservative, yet activist, response to the challenges of the Depression (SSA, 2014)....   [tags: social security act,ponzi scheme,social insurance]

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The Ponzi Scheme Of The Great Gatsby

- Is the lack of education drives humanity to live “bad lives” (Rumble, 2007, p.3) as posit by Ted Honderich, or the highly educated ones cause the lives of some turn bad because of greed as in the case of Madoff by orchestrating one of the biggest Ponzi scheme in the history? Rumble leaned towards Honderich idea of people living bad lives was primarily due to lack of education, and to counteract its negative impacts like poverty, crimes, and the like is to provide a free quality education to all funded by the state government by implementing a redistributive tax law....   [tags: Education, Higher education, School, Ponzi scheme]

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The Madoff Ponzi Scheme

- Introduction Bernie Madoff began his career as an investment broker in 1960, where he legally bought and sold over-the-counter stocks not listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). From the 1960’s through the 1990’s, Madoff’s success and business grew substantially, mainly from a closed circle of known investors and friends through word of mouth. In the 1990’s Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities traded up to 10 percent of the NASDAQ on any given day. With the success of the securities business, Madoff started an illegal money-management business, promising his investors consistent returns from 10-12 percent, unheard of returns at the time, which should have tipped off most investors...   [tags: Bernie Madoff, pyramid scheme, scam, con man]

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Choosing A Website Color Scheme Without Hurting Your Brand

- Choosing A Website Color Scheme Without Hurting Your Brand A suitable color scheme for your business website is important to create branding coherent to all marketing avenues. Choosing colors without careful planning, can hurt your business. It can affect brand recognition and credibility, making the business less competitive in the market. This is why you should be careful in picking the colors that would represent your website. A wise businessman would choose a color scheme carefully so as to not damage his brand....   [tags: Color, Color wheel, Color theory, Color scheme]

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The General Structure Of A Scheme Of Work

- Posner (1994) proposed five levels of curriculum which may be evident across a variety of programmes of study: Official, Operational, Hidden, Null and Extra. Official curriculum is what has been planned and is evident in the scheme of work. Operational is what is actually taught. Hidden includes values, beliefs and attitudes which are not recorded but taught more through role model behaviour. Null refers to what is not taught. Extra is the additional experience such as enrichment activities, classroom environment, and variation of teaching techniques used....   [tags: Curriculum, Education, Curricula, Physiology]

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Foreigners' Tax Scheme in Denmark

- Foreigners' Tax Scheme in Denmark In 1992, a special taxation scheme was introduced in Denmark for high income foreigner who take up residence in Denmark for a limited period of time, this tax scheme also known as the preferential tax regime or special tax scheme in Denmark. It applicable to all foreigner who sign their contracts for work in Denmark after 1st of June 1991. When this scheme is first introduce, there is a special tax rate on labor earnings of 30% for a maximum period of up to 3 years (36 months)....   [tags: income, rate, employer]

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The Scheme Of Work And Lesson Plan

- Introduction The scheme of work and lesson planned intends to improve website development skills. The aim of my scheme of work is ‘to develop skills of Research & Development, Holistic Circumspection and Self-learning to develop a site and improve understanding of market audience’. Best practise is considered to be when students are taught to by adjusted speech: “teacher changes speech patterns to increase student comprehension. Includes facing the students, paraphrasing often, clearly indicating most important ideas limiting asides, etc…” (Outcomes, 2008)....   [tags: Knowledge, Education, Learning, Teacher]

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Investment Policy Of The Scheme

- The first offer documents of the schemes launched by LIC MF in the year 1989 do not contain any information about the investment policy of the schemes. The funds were mobilized without stating where they are going to be invested. During 1990 and 1991 the offer documents contained a few words on investment policy of the schemes. Unfortunately, these are worded in such a style that an investor cannot get a fair idea about the actual deployment of his funds. For example, Dhanavarsha (2), (3) and (4), Dhanashree 91 and Dhanalakshmi Scheme of LIC Mutual Fund launched during the period 1990 and 1991 states: “Efforts will be made to carry maximum rate of return by investing the funds in permitted...   [tags: Investment, Mutual fund, Bond, Hedge fund]

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History of the Ponzi Scheme

- ... As the scheme multiples it ultimately requires an unsustainably gigantic pool of investors to keep it afloat. By the 9th round, the schemer will need to find a new group of 1024 investors and by the 17th round he/she will have to come up with 250,000 investors. Background on Madoff’s scheme. In 2008 Bernard L. Madoff, former Nasdaq Stock Market chairman was arrested back in for conducting the largest Ponzi scheme in history. During his trial, he was charged with money laundering and fraud which he took his investors for 50 billion dollars, causing wealthy citizens, celebrities, banks, and even charities to lose money with his actions....   [tags: investment, fraud, investors, funds, elements]

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The Ponzi Scheme and Mental Illness

- The Ponzi Scheme and Mental Illness December 26 1919 Charles Ponzi borrowed $200 to buy some office furniture. By January 1920 he then began telling the people of Boston how he could buy stamps and sell them overseas and give them a 50% return on their investment in 45 days and 100% return in just 90 days. The people came so fast he was able to pay returns of 100% in just 45 days. The word spread quickly and more investors came. Soon Charles had two offices and hired people to take orders for stamps....   [tags: Business Ethics]

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Emissions Trading Scheme and Globalisation

- Around the world, markets that are focussed on issuing permits to allow the emitting of greenhouse gases, and earning credits by not emitting them are fast emerging (MacKenzie, 2009), with countries such as New Zealand taking part in what is known as an Emissions Trading Scheme. Carbon markets have increasingly become a way of addressing greenhouse mitigation, and essentially climate change, as a result of the Kyoto Protocol and subsequent intergovernmental emissions trading scheme (Stephan & Paterson, 2012)....   [tags: Climate Change, Environment]

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The Bernie Madoff Ponzi Scheme

- Introduction The Bernie Madoff Ponzi Scheme is a well-known case and is known as one of the biggest Ponzi scheme’s. In summary the scheme occurred for many reasons that I will some up into 3 points; A lack in competency by regulatory agencies, a lack of regulation, and finally a breach in ethics by Bernie Madoff himself. To explain further, the regulatory agencies like the lawyers and SEC are supposed to prevent schemes such as this one from happening but because they lacked the skills to correctly assess the situation, interpreting the number of tips they had received regarding scheme that had been filed, and to act on those in an efficient manner....   [tags: American fraudster case]

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The Elk County Maine Scheme

- The ELK County Maine scheme is highly helpful and beneficial for the eligible patients as well as the doctors and the specialist. While the scheme itself is quite beneficial and appealing, it is not getting the wider acceptance in the society due to the lack of its popularity and the difficulties doctor’s face in implementing it. So far only a handful of doctors have adapted this scheme. There is a lot of potential in this insurance policy, but it needs a better implementation plan that can assist the doctors in arranging the assistance of specialist when they are available and also knowing which of their patient is eligible (Naghibzadeh, 2013)....   [tags: Entity-relationship model, Data modeling]

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The New Scheme Of Sjsn

- Discussion Based on the findings above, it can be clearly seen that resistance to change in the new scheme of SJSN manifested itself in different ways. The refusal of three labour confederations (KSPSI, KSBSI, and KSPI) on the invitation of the Parliament to discuss the BPJS bill indicated that the workers were reluctant to get involved in the drafting process of the new policy of social security system. On the one hand, Parliament has provided an opportunity for workers ' associations to discuss the social security policy....   [tags: Hospital, Health insurance, Poverty]

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A Decentralised Reticulated Wastewater Scheme

- Prior to 2012 Mangawhai did not have a centralised reticulated wastewater scheme. Properties utilised septic tanks, package plants, or long-drop toilets (Auditor-General, 2013). Throughout the Mangawhai harbour historical reports show that, for years, run-off from the surrounding land has detrimentally affected the quality of the water. A part of this runoff was, and can still be, ascribed to birds and/or livestock. However, as the community underwent significant development which led to progressively more people needing to dispose of their effluent streams into an inadequately small area of land, higher levels of effluent was seeping into the harbour ((MCWWS), 2015)....   [tags: Management, Project management, Project]

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The National Disability Insurance Scheme

- Those living with Disability in Australia and around the world, are faced everyday with challenges that they are to overcome in order to achieve full occupational participation. From an Australian Perspective, those living with a disability are now empowered by the NDIS; a revolutionary new way of providing disability support services. The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is designed to “support people with disability to build their skills and capability so they can participate in the community and employment” (Australian Department of Human Services, 2014, pg....   [tags: Disability, Disability rights movement, Australia]

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Scheme of Work and Assessment

- In a recent white paper, ‘The importance of Teaching,’ the Government sets out the agenda for educational reforms in England. The paper ignores a fundamental, powerful tool that is available to but is still used by teachers and that is Assessment for Learning. Not only does the report fails to acknowledge this effective teaching tool, it also states that teachers no longer need to develop a written lesson plan (Great Britian Department of Education 2010). This concern was also echoed by Lucey (Lucey 2011) in her article on the importance of AfL in schools and how the Government have failed to recognise the potential it has on pupil’s learning....   [tags: Education]

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The Current Government Fundings Scheme

- Before researching the specific details of the current Government fundings scheme I believed the government should assist financially with every student based on the input output model, which helps the underprivileged but assists all Australian students. After seeing that between 2008 and 2012 “spending on private schools generally grew higher than inflation each year, while spending on public schools was mostly below inflation” (The Sydney Morning Herald 2014), I saw something needed to change....   [tags: Middle class, Social class, Working class]

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Persuasion As A Manipulative Scheme

- Ever since the fall, mankind has had a voracious desire for power and influence. People witness this desire within the walls of the Capitol Building when the media exposes backroom deals. It also springs up whenever a politician uses a podium to persuade people that he makes the world work. Politicians possibly rely on persuasion because they crave the power. However, persuasion is a manipulative, unBiblical tactic of forcing others to accept a point of view by all means necessary. To comprehend why persuasion is unBiblical, a working definition of persuasion is necessary....   [tags: Adam and Eve, Garden of Eden, Jesus, Truth]

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The Grand Scheme Of Things

- I just can 't do this anymore. I keep telling myself that everything will be fine, when it can 't be. I don 't want to have to distract myself to not feel this way. That 's all life is. There 's no meaning in it. It 's just a series of lies that we use to distract ourselves from our own mortality. We all look to drown our insecurities and fears, shit that actually matters, in a sea of flashing lights and whirling . We learn to just not deal with life and its absurdity. Instead, we just choose to believe that everything is fine or that we are all special and that we mean something....   [tags: Truth, Meaning of life]

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Dr Thunder: Advertising Scheme

- Dr Thunder: Advertising Scheme Introduction There are multi-factorial scenarios, which have an impact on the marketing strategies for a brand. In case of off-brands, it becomes critical for the organization to closely monitor the market environment and develop a marketing strategy that helps the off-brand to compete with established national and international brands. In this report, marketing strategy for Dr. Thunder is presented which would help the brand to acclaim nationwide promotion. Dr. Thunder is a soft drink brand offered by Wal-Mart in its stores....   [tags: wal-mart, market segment, Dr. Pepper]

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The Disposal Of Land Within An Undertaking Or Scheme

- The disposal of land within an undertaking or scheme, which involves development or division of land in New Zealand, is generally taxable for income under s CB 12 and CB 13. Provided it does not fall under their prescribed exclusion clause mentioned in their respective subs (2). This report will examine whether there is a possibility that this land does not fall under any of these exclusion clauses and is not assessable income when disposed. First of all, it is necessary to interpret the term “land” in the context of s CB 12 and CB 13....   [tags: Tax, Taxation in the United States, Contract]

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Implications Behind Pension Scheme and Savings Scheme in Retirement Protection

- Introduction Retirement protection has become a concern in the world in recent years. Due to the existence of aging population and the improvement in living standards, people in developed regions started to demand for more social welfare. In the past, individuals would be self-independent or assisted by their next of kin (usually their children) financially when they retired. However problems emerged. Not everyone has the sufficient economic power to support their life when they neither have income nor work....   [tags: personal finance, spending]

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Shakespeare's Rhyme Scheme

- William Shakespeare’s “Like as the waves make towards the pebbled shore” is an English sonnet about the nature of time, in which Shakespeare both follows and deviates from the traditional sonnet form. Reading the poem with this in mind gives the poem an additional dimension, bringing the reader to consider why this has been done, and how it impacts the poem’s meaning. Shakespeare has modeled the external structure of the poem to coincide with this message that time is a destructive force whose wrath is unavoidable, and this is evident upon examination of his use of a consistent rhyme scheme, his employment of occasional trochees and spondees, and his adherence to the structure...   [tags: Shakespearean Literature ]

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Proposed Compensation Scheme for Nike, INC.

- Since the 1980s, it has been established that there must be a strong association between employee compensation and business strategy (Hufnagel, 1987). However, the development of strategically-oriented compensation scheme is a complex endeavor that requires consideration of numerous factors. Some of these elements are evolving employee needs, changing employee and societal demographics, the changing sexual composition of the labor force as well as transforming qualifications of job applicants (Dawson, 1995)....   [tags: Employees, Offshore, Factory]

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Bernie Madoff and his Ponzi Scheme

- Bernard Lawrence Madoff, the brain behind the largest Ponzi scheme in American history, was born in 1938 during a depressing era. America just went through the Great Depression and was now headed into World War II. The Madoff family was Jewish, and Bernie grew up in a prodominitly Jewish community in Queens, New York. In high school, Bernie Madoff met his future wife, Ruth Alpern. Bernie and Ruth Madoff had two sons, Mark and Andrew. Madoff’s scam started through an affinity bunko scam, which led to an enormous Ponzi scheme....   [tags: scam artists]

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Evaluation Of The Assessment Scheme ( Hillson & Simon )

- The morning of the second day of the workshop, the first session is a short, approximately an hour-long recap of the previous day’s work along with an explanation of the assessment scheme (Hillson & Simon, 2012). As with the special importance of earlier steps in the agenda, this seemingly simple step needs extra emphasis in EQI’s Siwa project due to the inexperience of the stakeholders involved. Following the explanation of the assessment scheme, the next stage of the workshop is the assessment of probability and impacts....   [tags: Project management, Risk, Risk management]

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"Grenadier" Meter and Rhyme Scheme Analysis

- Authors and poets primarily use literary devices to provide a greater understanding for their own work, yet some writers use them effectively while others fail in doing so. In “Grenadier” the poet, A.E Housman effectively uses symbolism, meter, rhyme and imagery to emphasize the cheap price of human life during a war, within the perspective of a dying draft soldier. This poem follows a common meter that consists of an iambic tetrameter followed by an iambic trimeter. It contains five stanzas in quatrains each following an ABAB rhyme scheme....   [tags: Poetry Analysis]

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Color Scheme of L'Oreal's Commercial Add

- L’Oreal’s ad only shows three colors in the page that is black, white, and lavender. The color scheme in any commercial ad is very important since the two contrasting colors will help make products stand out and appear more unique and enticing to consumers. The lavender color L’Oreal chose represents a sense of femininity and indicates that the ad is focused and targeted only towards women. The lavender symbolizes a woman’s femininity and royalty. On a black and white background, the lavender will be the only splash of color that will capture the consumers’ eye....   [tags: feminine, power, sex appeal]

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White Collar Crime: The Ponzi Scheme

- I. INTRODUCTION Shirley Lee was getting ready to retire when she found out, that her life’s savings was gone. Shirley and many from her community invested more than 90 million dollars into James Powell and Calwell Investment Company. The victims were told that their money would be invested in real estate however; their money was transferred to Calwell and Powell’s personal account, where they used the money on their families, vacations, and home re-modeling. The Ponzi scheme soon collapsed, Calwell passed away before ever going to trial, while Powell pleaded guilty to mail fraud and was sentenced to only ten years in federal prison....   [tags: Career Offenders, Leniency]

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Seidman's Senseless Scheme of Constitutional Disobedience

- A “Financial Crisis”, an “Economic disaster on a scale few nations have ever experienced”(1), the “Great Recession”, the “Lesser Depression”, the “Long Recession”, the “Global Recession of 2009”(2) and the “Financial Implosion”(3) are all expressions used to describe the economic situation the United States found itself in 2012. Louis Michael Seidman, a Harvard graduate and Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Constitution Law at Georgetown University Law Center, referred to it as “fiscal chaos”. It is Professor Seidman’s belief that the cause of this great chaos is the “archaic, idiosyncratic and downright evil provisions” of the Constitution....   [tags: financial crisis, economic disasters]

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The New Rural Cooperative Medical Scheme

- China has a highly decentralized health care system that is supervised by the Ministry of Health which is responsible for things such as designing national health law, budget allocation and planning. With 95% of the population insured and 35.5% of health expenditures out of pocket China has achieved universal health coverage that involves a wide scope of health services covered (Eggleston, 2012). To achieve this China uses extensive insurance programs and a three-tier hospital delivery system. China has three main health insurance programs, each aimed at a certain group....   [tags: Medicine, Health economics, Health care]

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Factors of a Job Evaluation Scheme

- Factors of a Job Evaluation Scheme A job evaluation scheme is “a method to determine the value of each job in relation to all jobs within the organization.” A job evaluation process is useful because sometimes job titles can be misleading- either unclear or unspecific- and in large organizations it’s impossible for those in HR to know each job in detail. The use of job evaluation techniques depends on individual circumstances. Job evaluation is often used when: establishing the relative value or size of jobs or roles, providing as objective as possible a basis for placing jobs or roles within a grade structure, making certain that consistent decisions will be made about grading jobs or r...   [tags: Employee Management]

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WorldCom and The Mississippi Scheme Scandals

- WorldCom and The Mississippi Scheme are both large financial scandals that have occurred. WorldCom was a telecommunication company that overstated their cash flow by reporting $7.6 billion in operating expenses as capital expenses. WorldCom is the largest accounting scandal in US history as of March 2002. The Mississippi Scheme was a business scheme that destroyed the economy of France during the 1700’s. The scheme involved the loss of paper money’s purchasing power as a result of asset inflation....   [tags: Finance Accounting Scandals Fraud White Collar Cri]

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Medicare : A Universal Public Health Insurance Scheme

- Medicare is a universal public health insurance scheme in Australia. In 1984 Medicare was introduced. It provided free and subsidised treatment by health practitioners such as doctors, specialists and many other health professionals. Medicare gives Australian residents access to free or low cost medical health services such as, hospital care. All Australians are eligible to receive benefits under Medicare and also are able to choose private health insurance/ services. The Medicare Levy Surcharge (MLS) is taxed on payers of Australian tax who do not have private health insurance and who earn over a specific salary....   [tags: Health care, Health economics, Health insurance]

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The Rhyme Scheme Of Frost 's The Road Not Taken

- Introduction The rhyme scheme of Frost’s ‘The Road Not Taken’ negates the idea of the ‘choice’ of the author in the poem, insofar as each quintain is dominated by three lines of an initial rhyme in iambic tetrameter and only two of the second, the effect of this is to show the imbalance of the choice that the author is making and so helps to tell the story. However, it could be argued that the ending rhyme being the second rhyme suggests that the narrator is unwilling to fully let go of the less dominant choice, it is this human reluctance that Frost manages to capture within his poem, ‘And sorry I could not Travel Both’ (2), showing that the narrator had hesitations about the future and th...   [tags: Poetry, Stanza, Narrative, Rhyme]

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Obstacles Of Ghana 's National Health Insurance Scheme

- Obstacles: Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme Besides the problem of reduced and increased funding, it is important to remember that the current health care system is under construction. We cannot think that we have reached the end of the road. For people to believe in him you need further improvement. Ghana shares a problem with neighboring countries are the high percentage of informal economy has. A worker in the informal economy it can not detract, as it happens to me and all workers in the formal economy, a percentage of your salary each month to finance health and education....   [tags: Health economics, Health care, Medicine]

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Health Insurance : The New Rural Cooperative Medical Scheme

- China’s health care is primarily financed through public health insurance, private health insurance, and out-of-pocket spending (The Commonwealth Fund, 2016, p.31). Publicly financed health insurance is provided from three primary sources: the New Rural Cooperative Medical Scheme (NCMS) which covers rural residents in general, Urban Residents-Basic Medical Insurance (UR-BMI) which covers unemployed urban residents, and Urban Employees-Basic Medical Insurance (UE-BMI) which covers employed urban residents (Barber & Yao, 2010)....   [tags: Health insurance, Medicare, Finance, Health care]

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Crime Diversion Scheme Run At Coldingley Prison

- Many young people who are involved in anti-social behavior fail to apply consequential thinking or victim empathy to their actions or behavior. This group can be very calculating in their actions, however, fail to give any consideration to what if which seem to be very low on their list of concerns. As such, if maybe deemed appropriate to teach consequential thinking at school and from a very early age. Consequential thinking is not just applicable to youth and crime, as it is so vigorously applied today, but should be applied to the educational curriculum as soon as children are able to understand the legal definition of right and wrong....   [tags: Crime, Sociology, Criminal justice, Police]

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Sexual Fluidity And Attraction Of The Grand Scheme Of Things

- COMMENTS ESSAY Sexual fluidity and attraction is a hard subject to touch on. This idea is very new in the grand scheme of things. So since it is such a new idea, people don’t really know where to fall with this new idea. There are so many little niches for all different types of people. The people who this article is about also come from all walks of life. So to say it simply, people are confused on what to say to the people of this ideology, and on how to react to this conversation of sexual fluidity....   [tags: Miley Cyrus, Billy Ray Cyrus, Male, Logic]

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Ponzi Schemes Are Not Real Investments

- Imagine owning a company that was in control of customer assets valued at $65 billion. Bernie Madoff was in this position through his company Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities. Now imagine investing your entire retirement account with Madoff 's company, and losing it all. It turned out that Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities was a Ponzi scheme that ran for many years under the appearance of a profitable company. A Ponzi scheme is a type of investment fraud. The return on investment promised by the fraudster is above average....   [tags: Bernard Madoff, Ponzi scheme]

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PRC Social Security Scheme

- PRC Social Security Scheme „h Major Characteristic of PRC Social Security Scheme - Only applicable to Chinese local employees - Local requirements may vary from locality to locality. „h Structure of Social Security Scheme - Pension - Unemployment Insurance - Medical Insurance - Housing National Requirement - Pension „h ¡§Decisions of the State Council Concerning the Establishment of a Unified System of Basic Old-age Insurance for Staff and Workers of Enterprises¡¨(July 16, 1997) „h Structure of the Basic Pension Scheme - Requires mandatory participation by enterprises and employees; - Comprises 2 elements: a....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Ponzi Schemes : The Greatest Crimes That People Commit

- There are many crimes in America that people would consider to be major crimes. Some may say murder rape or child abuse but I think Ponzi schemes are the greatest crimes that people commit. A Ponzi scheme uses "investor money to find a productive business venture the con orders channels the proceeds from new investors to pay interest to only earlier ones"( Basu, 2014 pg.1). Ponzi schemes can come in many different shapes and sizes. Those types of disguises makes scheme hard to detect and make it hard for people to take legal actions against a company....   [tags: Ponzi scheme, Bernard Madoff]

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Rhyme, Scheme and Meaning in A Poison Tree

- Rhyme, Scheme and Meaning in A Poison Tree In many cases, poems are very abrupt and awkward sounding when read or spoken aloud. A simple solution to end a poem’s awkwardness is a rhyme scheme. Many poems don’t rhyme for reasons of subject matter but to make the poem more interesting and easier to read the poet uses rhyming words. In many cases, poets use end rhyme, which is using words that rhyme in the end of the phrase or sentence of each sentence. “A Poison Tree” by William Blake is a great example of end rhyme used in poetry....   [tags: Poison Tree Essays]

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Planning a 12 week scheme of work

- PGCE Assignment 2: Planning a 12 week scheme of work. Introduction This assignment has been designed to plan and produce a twelve week scheme of work in association with Unit 1: BTEC ND e-Media Production course. The course is designed to develop learners’ skills and knowledge in reading, analysing and deconstructing of e-media. Reece and Walker (2000) discuss, there are several building blocks to be considered when planning for effective learning. I will discuss the sections of the planning process that need to be considered planning for a lesson....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Scheme $6000: A Benefit to Both the Government and the People of Hong Kong or Not?

- The budget plan has announced the “Scheme $6,000” this year. It is a scheme that people who have Hong Kong Permanent Identity Card aged 18 or above can get $6000 from government. People who choose to defer receipt $6000 can have $200 bonus. It seems that it is a good policy for people: low-income group can have this subsidy to solve their financial problem; the others can save it, or use it to buy their favourite items. But when we think it seriously, is it really a helpful subsidy for low income group....   [tags: International Government ]

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A Cross-Layer Adaptive Modulation and Coding Scheme for realistic OFDMA-based Systems

- A Cross-Layer Adaptive Modulation and Coding Scheme for realistic OFDMA-based Systems Abstract—In this letter, we investigate Adaptive Modulation and Coding schemes (AMC) in fast mobility environment with realistic conditions. We argue that feedback Channel State Information (CSI) are outdated and suffer estimation errors for most mobile channels especially fast users. Therefore, ignoring such conditions in AMC scheme design can be disastrous. We provide a brief discussion about these imperfections....   [tags: Information Technology ]

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Perry 's Epistemological Scheme Is Developed By William G. Perry

- Perry 's epistemological scheme was developed by William G. Perry, Jr. to show the system a student takes when learning a new concept. The idea is to learn to differentiate the rights and wrong with specific steps one takes to get to a good academic answer. The scheme is constructed of 4 categories: dualism, multiplicity, relativism and commitment. Each of the categories is different, yet they tend to show an intellectual development until reaching full commitment to a specific subject. The first category in the Perry scheme is Dualism....   [tags: Learning, Knowledge, Belief, Education]

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The White Collar Crime: The Ponzi Scheme in Sioux City, Iowa

- I. INTRODUCTION Shirley lee, was getting ready for retirement when finding out, she had lost all her savings. Her and many from her community invested more than 90 million dollars into James Powell and Calwell Investment Company. Calwell and Powell were friends of many of the investors, the even attended the same church as most of the community, and this however did not stop both men from running the largest Ponzi scheme in Sioux City, Iowa. Victims were told their money was being invested in real estate however; their money was transferred to Calwell and Powell’s personal account, where they used the money on their families, vacations and home re-modeling....   [tags: victims, money, invest, criminals]

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Analysis Of Plato 's The Book I Sets The Foundation For The Subsequent Scheme Of The Republic

- First, it is necessary to define what a form is and to establish the role Book I plays in the overall scheme of The Republic. A form, according to Plato’s Socrates, is the very essence of a thing and represents the most substantive part of reality. Book I sets the foundation for the subsequent nine books, and introduces the concept of justice as a main theme. Socrates and other characters, such as Thrasymachus, Polemarchus, and Cephalus are responsible for the original definitions of justice and the challenges defining it entails....   [tags: Plato, Soul, Aristotle, Epistemology]

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Le Nature : An Elaborate Ponzi Scheme And Financial Statement Fraud

- Le-Nature was a Latrobe Pennsylvania based beverage maker owned by Gregory Podlucky, who is now serving a 20 year prison sentence in New Jersey’s Ft. Dix Federal Corrections Institute. Gregory Podlucky was the admitted ring leader, but in all 5 people plead guilty and another 3 took their chances at trial, where they were all found guilty as well. Le-Nature went into bankruptcy in 2006, and 3 years later they were indicted by the federal government being accused of scamming investors and banks out of more than 800 million dollars....   [tags: Audit, Auditing, Financial statements, Enron]

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Bernard L. Madoff: The Largest Accounting Fraud in History

- Through his business started in 1960, Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC hedge fund, he operated the largest Ponzi scheme that has ever been uncovered. In 2008, that scheme finally caught up with him. Depending on the source, the scheme has been estimated to be ripping investors off for approximately 40 years. Madoff convinced investors that they were investing in fund that promised high returns with low risk involved. In the end, Madoff had dug himself too big of a hole and couldn’t climb his way out....   [tags: Ponzi scheme]

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Case Study: Water Management Scheme/Flood Control

- Case Study: Water Management Scheme/Flood Control Aswan Dam, Egypt · The Aswan Dam is in Egypt, which is in Africa. The dam is on the river Nile which is 6698km long, the dam is 3600km and extends 480km into Sudan. · Aswan is about 200km away from the Egyptian coast bordering the Red Sea · Is about 700km south of Cairo – the capital of Egypt · About 800km South of the Mediterranean Sea · About 230km North of the Border of Sudan · About 800km West of the Border of Libya [IMAGE] The features of the dam were: · To prevent flooding of the land around the river Nile....   [tags: Papers]

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RBI Decision on 80:20 Scheme May Hit Hard the Builder-Investor Nexus

- RBI Decision on 80:20 Scheme May Hit Hard the Builder-Investor Nexus A decision by Mr. D. Subbarao, the former governor of Reserve Bank of India (RBI), to curb on 80:20 schemes could hit the builder-investor nexus that has contributed for nearly 50% of the sale transaction in the last one year. To protect the homebuyers and the lender, The RBI has asked banks to link home loans to the stages of construction of a project instead of upfront disbursal of approved home loan to builders. This construction-linked payment plan (CLP) requires the homebuyer to pay the installments to the builder on a predetermined rate of progress of the project....   [tags: Reserve Bank of India]

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My Short Term Goal Of Obtaining A Graduate Scheme From London School Of Economics And Political Science

- Masters in finance is an essential milestone towards pursuing a graduate research programme in major banking industry. My short term goal of obtaining a graduate scheme in either an investment bank or a hedge fund will provide the opportunity of being exposed to various functions in the banking system which will essentially be a stepping stone to a career in global markets. Through hands-on work experience and training courses in the graduate scheme program will help to develop analytical and coding skills which will be the core fundamentals towards derivatives modelling, risk management and investment portfolio management....   [tags: Economics, Investment, Finance, Risk]

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The Interview Between Corey Grant And Danny Jones Regarding The Payroll Scheme At Plush Pets

- When Evaluating the interview between Corey Grant and Danny Jones regarding the payroll scheme at Plush Pets, it was evident Mr. Grant used several strong interview tactics when conducting the meeting. However, there were also a few issues that surfaced which could have been adjusted midcourse, resulting in a more favorable outcome. This particular payroll scheme is categorized as a ghost employee, which is an individual on the payroll of a company who does not actually work the company. (Wells, 2014) The strength of evidence against Mr....   [tags: Interview, Semi-structured interview, Question]

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A Novel Clustering Scheme for Spectrum Sharing in Multi-Hop Ad Hoc Cognitive Radio Networks

- The spectrum scarcity can be resolved using the paradigm of Cognitive Radio Networks (CRNs). In CRNs, the Secondary Users (SUs) having no spectrum licenses can benefit from spectrum opportunities spatiotemporally left over by Primary Users (PUs) if these SUs do not make any harmful interference to the PUs. Due to the ease of deployment, the ad hoc CRNs are expected to attract the future applications of the secondary spectrum usage [1]. However, the new challenges in ad hoc CRNs should be tackled first to visualize the new revolution of this kind of networks....   [tags: Information Technology]

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Poetry Conveys Deeper Feelings with Poetic Devices

- Poetry is literature that conveys deeper feelings by using connotations, poetic devices, rhymes, and language. Poets use rhyme scheme, structured pattern in the sonnet that rhyme the words at the end of a line. Imagery is used to make the reader think and feel about what the author wants to convey about topics such as love. In the poems “What My Lips Have Kissed, And Where And Why”, by Edna Vincent Millay, and “Sonnet 130”, by William Shakespeare;; the authors use rhyme scheme and imagery. Shakespeare uses the change in rhyme scheme as an ironic surprise in the last couplet, while Millay uses the rhyme scheme to reminisce about lost love, both poems are infused with imagery to paint a vivid...   [tags: love, rhyme scheme, imagery]

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The Future Financial Status of the Social Security Program

- Stephen C. Goss has extensively written about the future financial status of the social security program for the Americans and for the whole world at large. He patently articulates that changes enacted in 1983 on Social Security are expected to bring dynamic revolution, such that the benefits and other compensations would be paid in full and on a timely basis until 2037. In 2037, trust fund reserves are expected to be virtually exhausted. After the reserves are used, continuing taxes will be vastly relied upon to pay 76% of the benefits....   [tags: retirement scheme model]

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The Financial Scandal Of Bernie Madoff

- On December 08, 2008, Bernie Madoff was arrested outside his apartment for being behind the largest financial scandal that the world has ever scene. Bernie Madoff, former NASDAQ chairman and founder of Bernard Madoff Investment Securities LLC, the company that was running a $64.8 billion Ponzi scheme for almost 20 years. The Wealth Management portion of Bernie Madoff’s firm was all one big lie; investigators estimated the firm had liabilities of $50 billion and $64.8 billion dollars of fraud amongst his 4,600 clients....   [tags: Bernard Madoff, Ponzi scheme]

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Fraud: Early Warning Signs of Fraud

- A Ponzi scheme is a type of fraud called investment fraud. It, “involves the payment of purported returns to existing investors from funds contributed by new investors” (6). Investors are usually promised a high return rate. The fraudsters attract new investors and pay back their old investors with the new investor’s money. Ponzi schemes are named after Charles Ponzi who created scheme by getting residents to invest in a postage stamp scheme. Bernie Madoff is a well known and not well liked Ponzi scheme fraudster....   [tags: Legal Issues, Ponzi Scheme ]

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Breaking The Rules Of Social Responsibility

- Breaking the Rules of Social Responsibility When an investment firm is formed they should create a strong mission statement and vision. They should use phrases like create strong relationships and commitment to clients. Within their mission statement and vision they incorporate the company’s social responsibility, ethics, and values in which they will conduct their business. When an investment firm not only puts on paper, but actually implements social responsibility to its clients, they can work together in a trusting relationship....   [tags: Bernard Madoff, Ponzi scheme]

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The Lying Crisis if Bernie Madoff

- "I swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth." Nearly every American citizen knows this phrase by heart; however, lying is a part of human nature. With an epidemic of perjury and false statements occurring at the highest levels of business, media, and politics; America is facing a crisis. More and more people are directing their focus on money, fame, and power. These people will take whatever steps possible to gain high levels of wealth while unknowingly allowing these priorities to shatter their lives and those around them....   [tags: money, pinzi scheme, fincancial]

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Frauds and Scams: Can You Be Protected from Them?

- Do you know the difference between a fraud and a scam. Many believe they are the same thing, as they both cause harm to innocent people. A scam is usually a scheme or transaction costing a victim to lose money or assets. Examples are asking for money for a charity that doesn’t exist, or tries to sell something that don’t belong to them. People who do these type of scams are referred to as Scammers. Fraud on the other hand is more of a deception. Fraud is when someone’s trust or confidence is breached....   [tags: scheme, transaction, money, assests]

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The Case For Bernie Madoff

- 65 billion dollars of fraud, such was the case for Bernie Madoff. Bernard Lawrence Madoff by definition from the Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th Edition is an American stockbroker, investment manager, and swindler. He is widely known for hosting the largest Ponzi scandal in US history. He not only ruined others life’s but he also ruined his own and his families. He took money from investors to pay off other investors to make it seem like they were making a profit. All he had to do was report the “gains” there were making....   [tags: Bernard Madoff, Ponzi scheme]

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Who Is Bernard Madoff?

- In the 1960’s, Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities opened its doors in New York. Thirty years later, the investment firm closes its doors after losing $50 billion dollars of approximately 2,200 investors money. With $50 billion dollars on the line, it’s hard not to ask: Who is Bernard Madoff. How did he steal $50 billion dollars. What happened to his victims. Before we can delve into what can be considered the biggest con in American history, we need to fully understand what white collar crime is and how it impacts society....   [tags: Bernard Madoff, Ponzi scheme]

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The Road Not Taken By Robert Frost

- “Two roads diverge in a wood, and I― I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” (p.127, Stanza 4). This is an excerpt of the last stanza to “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost. Robert Frost is an American poet who is famous for his formal style which is still popular in our American literature classes. The poet’s theme for his poetry are often settled in dark meditations with a taste of modern poetry from his unique language, also his poems portray many of layers of ambiguity and irony that make his poem different from all the other poems....   [tags: Poetry, Rhyme, Rhyme scheme, Stanza]

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Structure And Theme Of William Shakespeare 's Sonnet 116

- Structure and theme can hardly exist without the other in sonnet writing. Poets utilize (or, in some cases, do not utilize) the form of sonnets to make statements and further the effectiveness of their writing. Rhyme scheme, meter, and all structural elements become the metaphorical blocks for which compelling topics stand on. Although what the writer attempts to get across carries great importance, as does the form these words take on. Form, therefore, must contribute to the themes in different, but still necessary, ways....   [tags: Poetry, Rhyme scheme, Sonnet, Love]

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Richard Cory, By Edwin Robinson And We Wear The Mask

- Hiding our sadness and fears, lying to the people we love, keeping our emotions to ourselves, all things that everyone does, sometimes without even knowing. Edwin Robinson and Paul Dunbar are two poets who have wrote about how everyone is fighting a battle that you may know nothing about, so you should be kind to people, always. “Richard Cory,” by Edwin Robinson and “We Wear The Mask,” by Paul Dunbar both traditional poems that express that sadness that people hide and the act that we put on for the people surrounding us....   [tags: Poetry, Rhyme scheme, Rhyme, Stanza]

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The City Of The End Of Things By Archibald Lampman

- In the poem “The City of the End of Things” by Archibald Lampman he paints an image of a dystopian and mechanical future. The theme of this poem is a prediction of the natural world 's destruction and of the current industrialized future. Humans cannot live without nature, thus with the destruction of the natural world comes the downfall of humanity. Lampman wrote “Its roofs and iron towers have grown / None knoweth how high within the night”(9-10), which provokes a picture of a city that is ever growing, seemingly overnight....   [tags: Rhyme, Poetry, Rhyme scheme, Alliteration]

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When You Are Old By. Yeats

- The Second Chance Many times it is impossible to peer into one’s future when the present is so enticing. Because of this, many plan poorly for the future and are surprised by the circumstances that they are so inconveniently left to deal with. This notion is present in W.B. Yeats’s poem “When You Are Old” which tells the story of a woman who grew old and realized that the all love she thought she had was false and that only one man truly loved her but she never gave him the time of day. Thus, she died alone....   [tags: Poetry, Rhyme scheme, Syllable, Rhyme]

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Traveling Through The Dark By Maxine Kumin

- Traveling through the Dark by William Stafford and Woodchucks by Maxine Kumin are both short poems dealing with cruel acts perpetrated towards animals. In Traveling Through the Dark this takes the form of the author pushing a dead deer, pregnant with a still alive foal, off a cliff. Meanwhile, in Woodchucks the narrator attempts to gas and later shoots the title animal in a manner reminiscent of Nazi’s persecution of Jews in the Holocaust. While these poems are on similar topics, differences in their meaning appear when looking deeper....   [tags: Stanza, Poetry, Rhyme, Rhyme scheme]

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Analysis Of The Poem ' Farewell For Peter Scher '

- During World War I, many people from all over the world had lost their lives due to “imperial, territorial, and economic rivalries” between many countries (InfoPlease 2007). Many people felt that the war was very unnecessary and that there should be peace and happiness. At the time of the event, you can understand why Alfred Lichtenstein, a German poet who had written “Farewell for Peter Scher” in 1914. As well as William Butler Yeats, an Irish poet wrote “An Irish Airman Foresees His Death” in 1918....   [tags: Poetry, Stanza, Rhyme, Rhyme scheme]

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Keats Creates A Very Free And Open Ode

- In Ode to Psyche, Keats creates a very free and open ode by not sticking to a strict rhyme scheme and instead opting for a simple alternating rhyme scheme or couplets when he wants rhyming, or sometimes opting for no rhyme at all. Keats almost completely neglects internal rhyme,using it only three times, instead focusing on the descriptive language of the poem to deliver it’s message. The poem is in essence, an ode to love itself; Keats is completely enamored with a goddess of love but Keats does not want Psyche as his lover, he merely wants her to enter his being and empower him with love....   [tags: Poetry, Stanza, Rhyme scheme, Rhyme]

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A Business Man Who Made Unethical Business Decisions

- Bernie Madoff, villain or simply a business man who made unethical business decisions. This is a question that many people have asked since he was caught and sentenced for perpetuating a global Ponzi scheme. What we do know is that Madoff’s unethical actions led to the cash losses of at least $20 billion for his clients. This caused the financial devastation of pension funds, hospitals, and universities across the globe. His actions had a devastating affect not just on the social elite but nonprofit organizations and working class people looking to retire to name a few....   [tags: Ponzi scheme, Bernard Madoff, Ethics]

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Bernie Madoff : The Greatest Investors Of All Time

- Bernie Madoff was once revered as one of the greatest investors of all time. He helped create the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotients or NASDAQ. Later he served as president of the board of directors for the NASDAQ stock exchange. He claimed he could get returns on investments in the double digits in high and low markets. Bernard Madoff also executed one of the largest Ponzi schemes in American history. Madoff was born in the late 1930s in New York. His parents were working class immigrants....   [tags: Bernard Madoff, Ponzi scheme, NASDAQ]

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