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Saudi Arabia vs. American Business Case Study

… Moreover, "academic development rather than social development is of primary concern" (Chaney & Martin, 2012, p. 94).

Social Organization: In the U.S., people separate work from family, and would often choose work over family, when forced to make such choices (Chaney & Martin, 2012). The Saudi culture, on the other hand, places work below family. This explains why businesses, in this case, are mostly family affairs, and why nepotism is seen as an indicator of healthy business, rather than one of corruption (Chaney & Martin, 2012). Saudi people value collectivism; they prefer working with others to working individually. Americans, on the other hand, are often jealous of others' success, and love doing their activities alone, for their own benefit (Chaney & Martin, 2012).

Manners and…. [read more]

Saudi Female Expats in Paris International Migrants Research Paper

… Saudi Female Expats in Paris

International Migrants make up about 190 million of the population of the world today. (Balbo 5) the ratio between migrated men and women is roughly the same. Regardless of the reason a person migrated, the main concept here is that they left their country of origin and moved to another location. Many say that migration goes on to on economically build up a country and it significantly contributes to the GDP of both the countries. (Balbo 5) it should be noted that change of funds, services and economies is not the only thing that takes place when migration occurs. Seeing the altitude of diversity that we have today, it is believed that migration has created third diversity. (Balbo 7) it…. [read more]

Bridging Business Cultures Between Saudi Arabia and the Midwest of USA Term Paper

… Saudi/American Midwest Cultural Differences in Business

The increasing globalization of modern business means that it is now more important than it ever was before for business professionals to become more aware of the various customs and expectations of business partners from different parts of the world. In general, the greater the difference between the respective societies and cultures or between any two nations or regions, the greater the potential dangers of failing to learn about one another's culture before starting to do business.

As is the case in other parts of the Middle East, religion plays a much greater role on Saudi Arabian society than it does in American life. That is not to say that Americans are not religious; but in the United States,…. [read more]

Taking Solar Solutions to Saudi Arabia Business Proposal

… Saudi Solar

Solar Solutions does not presently have much international experience. In order to succeed in a foreign market like Saudi Arabia, it will need to significantly upgrade its international management capabilities. The company will need to not only ensure that its principals have international business skills, but that the company has a plan to help bring its product overseas. Initially, the overseas expansion is likely to rely on exporting, necessitating only a foreign partner, but eventually the company will want to have its own representation in the Gulf region, given how lucrative that market is expected to be.

There are many techniques for building the international capabilities within the organization. Recruiting is the easiest shortcut. Doing business in Saudi Arabia is challenging -- this…. [read more]

Saudi Arabian Stock Market Essay

… The middle part of this decade saw a vertiginous run-up in the TASI. This reflected a number of factors, but key among them was a huge influx of small first-time traders attracted by a number of under-priced IPOs. (Under-priced IPOs encourage investors to sell part of their existing holdings in order to raise capital to invest in the new issues, thereby fuelling volatility.) Between 2003 and its peak in February 2006 the index gained a staggering 700%, with market capitalization soaring to $800 billion -- around two-and-a-half times nominal GDP. At its peak, the Tadawul was the world's tenth largest stock market by value, despite having only 78 listed stocks, many with a limited free float." It is reported that there is no surprise in…. [read more]

Saudi Arabia Is a Large, Mostly Desert Research Paper

… Saudi Arabia is a large, mostly desert country in the Middle East, occupying much of the Arabian Peninsula. Saudi Arabia is a middle income country if measured by per capita GDP, which is 55th in the world, just behind the Czech Republic. However, wealth distribution is a significant issue in Saudi Arabia, as most of the country's wealth derives from its oil reserves, and these are controlled by a small number of ruling elites. The country suffers from a high unemployment rate, especially among its youth (Morgan, 2011).

Geographically, Saudi Arabia is a vast country that is almost entirely desert, with very high temperatures most of the year, negligible surface water and vegetation (CIA World Factbook, 2011). The country relies on underground water sources, and…. [read more]

Saudi Arabia Geography and Oil Compared Term Paper

… Saudi Arabia


Compared to other geographical regions of the world, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia which stretches from the Gulf of Aqaba and the Red Sea in the west to the Persian Gulf in the east and border the nations of Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, the UAE, Oman and the Republic of Yemen, occupies a unique position, due to two important facts. First, it is extremely limited when it comes to natural resources, such as arable land for crops, lumber for building homes and adequate freshwater resources for its population of just over 17,000,000 people. Second, Saudi Arabia has been blessed with one of the world's largest oil reserves on the planet, a situation which created a gross national product of…. [read more]

Saudi Arabia Surveillance Intro the Knowledge Term Paper

… Saudi Arabia Surveillance Intro

The Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Ministry of Health Physicians Toward Surveillance System in Saudi Arabia

Surveillance is the ongoing systematic collection, analysis and interpretation of health data in the process of describing and monitoring a health event (Jajosky & Groseclose, 2004). The information is used for planning, implementing and evaluating public health intervention programs (Waife & Davenhall, 2005). An epidemiological surveillance system is a set of interrelated elements and activities which contributes to the achievement of surveillance objectives. It is usually well-known as a central part of a health care system in order to monitor priority health events which are known to be taking place in the population (World Health Organization, 1998). This study explores the knowledge, attitude and practices…. [read more]

Saudi Culture Family and Authority Essay

… This is quite obviously changing in drastic and rapid ways ad land is devoted to oil production and as Saudi Arabia (and other neighboring countries) becoming increasingly urbanized -- while authority is becoming less centralized, opportunities are becoming more centralized in the metropolitan areas in the region, and this is causing fragmentations in traditional family systems as moving away from family becomes more common and power relationships and decisions making becomes more individualized and employer- rather than family-oriented (Al-Ahmadi 2011; Ali 1993).

The changing shape of the Saudi Arabian economy both during the past six decades and in more recent years specifically has led to significant changed in the role of authority and family on shaping individuals' choices and actions in the country. The extent…. [read more]

Saudi Arabia v. Nelson Essay

… Saudi Arabia v. Nelson

It is often said that the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FISA), grants immunity for governmental acts, but not for commercial acts, or that it grants immunity for public acts, put not private acts. The commercial activity exception for sovereign immunity is found at 28 U.S.C.S. § 1605(a)(2), which provides that a plaintiff may sue a foreign state if: (1) the claim is based upon a commercial activity carried on in the United States by the foreign state; (2) the claim is based on an act by the foreign state performed in the United States in connection with commercial activity outside of the United States; (3) the claim is based on an act performed outside the United States in connection with commercial…. [read more]

Social Commerce in Saudi Arabia Research Proposal

… The chaos that finished out a 30-year-old dominant system in Egypt ensued from the social media's bonding the youth, assisting them to establish and coordinate objections in contrast to the government. Currently, Syrian videos showed on social sites have kept individuals united and aware of what is taking place inside that nation. It is clear that the social media has taken people into a new era of legislations with the possibility of uniting a large amount of individuals all over the world (Eid, 2011). The said externalities are existent in the technical level of the agent and are able to guide to organization failures for instance low investment traps, corruption and crime. The underdevelopment trap, it was proposed, could be something that is owing to…. [read more]

Academic Research in Saudi Arabia Term Paper

… The obstacle that arises in order to carry on some research is that the funding process to carry out some research is so complicated that discourages much of the young researchers. Moreover proper infrastructure is not available, since scientific research (as opposed to other academic researches) need s proper and well-developed infrastructure. Secondly, the heavy burden on teachers (which includes additional teaching hours and administrative duties) does not motivate the faculty members to carry on some research activities.

Another similar study has been done to analyze the research activities among faculty members of medical and health colleges in 2011. Over 38.6% faculty members have published their work in last two years. Lack of time, no research assistance, non-availability of funds for research and heavy load…. [read more]

Saudi Stock Market Term Paper

… ¶ … Saudi Arabian Stock Market

Measuring Consumer Confidence in the Saudi Stock Market?

The Saudi Arabian stock market is heavily dependent upon oil as a key to its survival. From 2001 to 2006 the Saudi stock market experiences incredible growth. In the last part of 2005 the price of oil outpaces the Stock Index. This caused a drastic drop in the Saudi stock market. There are many theories as to the reasons and effects of the fall. The survey indicated that the effects were not as wide as they were at one thought. The markets are driven by consumer confidence. A recent survey of Saudi students in attendance at American universities indicates that consumer confidence is high and indicates that the markets are likely…. [read more]

Obesity Among Adolescent Girls in Saudi Arabia 14 18 Aged Essay

… Saudi Arabia Obesity: Adolescent Girls

Obesity is one of the most serious public health problems of the 21st century. Although the patterns of obesity differ between developing and developed countries, obesity rates are generally on the increase worldwide. According to Speiser, et al. (2005), 250 million people, literally 7% of the world's current population is obese. In Canada, 40 to 60% of the population is obese while in the United States over 65% are obese and around 65% of the American population falling under this category (The Toronto Sun, 2011). The situation is not different in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia. Elser Baxter (2010) indicated that more than half of the Saudi adults are obese with 34% being the middle aged males while 45% being…. [read more]

About Saudi Arabia Term Paper

… Saudi Arabia

The official name of Saudi Arabia is Al-Mamlaka al-Arabiya as-Saudiya or the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (SAMIRAD 2008). It is located in the Middle East, bordering the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea, north of Yemen. Its land area of more than 2 million square kilometers consists of deserts, plateaus and mountains, the highest point of which is Jabal Sawda. Most recent statistics say it has close to 25 million people, 72% of whom are Saudi citizens. The official language is Arabic and the official religion is Islam. Its flag is the Green Banner of Islam with the inscription: "there is no God but God and Muhammad is his Messenger." A sword was added to this flag in 1906, which symbolizes Islamic victories…. [read more]

Women's Rights in Saudi Arabia Thesis

… Sure, women will have the right to vote in 2015, but what happens until then? Saudi Arabian women still remain largely under the direction of the men in charge. In this month alone, a women was sentenced by the Saudi Arabian government to ten lashes in a public setting for violating a currently-instated driving ban for all women. However, instances such as this receive little to no media attention, and the reason is simple -- such behavior has become commonplace in Saudi Arabian culture, and it is uncertain if women's suffrage alone will do much to counter this.


Baki, R. (2008). Gender-segregated education in Saudi Arabia: its impact on social norms and the Saudi labor market. Education Policy Analysis, 12.2: pp. 25-38. Web. Retrieved…. [read more]

Focusing on the Aging Issues in Saudi Arabia Health System Care for Alzheimer's Disease Patients Term Paper

… Aging Issues in Saudi Arabia Health System

Focusing on the Aging Issues in the Saudi Arabian Health System and Care for Alzheimer's disease Patients

Counted amongst the richest countries in the world, The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has plentiful resources at its disposal that it has devoted to the establishment and proper functioning of an effective healthcare system. As a result of which, the health statistics of the general population and the health services being provided have greatly improved, qualitatively and quantitatively, over the past few decades. Although there is a great participation from private sectors, the country majorly provides health care via its government facilities. Hence, the medical services provided at large are free of charge. If there is no treatment available for…. [read more]

Saudi Arabian Pharmaceutical Market Essay

… Obesity in Saudi Arabia is a growing concern with health officials stating that it is one of the leading causes of preventable deaths in Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia ranks 29th on a 2007 list of the fattest countries with a percentage of 68.3% of its citizens being overweight (BMI>25). Furthermore, Saudi Arabians prefer to purchase brand name products over generics which is extremely unique globally.

Technological -- Significant government support exists for R&D activity, automation, and technology innovation. Numerous foreign workers to provide intellectual resources.

Environmental -- No significant role in affecting the pharmaceutical industry.

Legal -- Though the Kingdom has recently joined WTO it is unclear to what extent the Saudi legal code can be relied on. Also, there are protectionist laws regarding imports.…. [read more]

Economical Situation in Saudi Arabia Thesis

… Saudi Arabia's economy has traditionally relied heavily on oil revenues, but in recent years that government has followed the lead of other Gulf nations in taking steps to diversify the economy. The economic plan incorporates several elements. Among them are improving education, ascension to the World Trade Organization and the development of "economic cities." These reforms are in their early stages, but the government, which exerts tight control over the economy, hopes that over time the nation will be able to use its oil wealth as a stepping stone to a sustainable economic strength, even beyond the point when oil revenues dry up.

The present economic system, however, remains heavily reliant on oil. Oil revenues account for roughly 45% of the nation's GDP of $467.6…. [read more]

E-Government in Saudi Arabia Research Proposal

… Saudi Egov

E-Government and Accountability in Saudi Arabia

Area of Research:

With the relatively uniform cost of high-quality, dependable and fast internet provision in both public facilities such as libraries, cafes and print shops, and in private setting such as places of business and households large and small, the web is presenting itself as an intuitive means to providing the government and its public with more reliable access to one another. Current government initiatives and the statistical outcome of such initiatives are together suggesting that statewide utilization of the internet is at this early juncture serving as an increasingly effective way for the Saudi government to reach out to its publics. By using a strategy of electronic (e)-government, Saudi Arabia is beginning now to improve…. [read more]

Saudi Women Entrepreneurship Essay

… Scope of the study

The study therefore will be a qualitative exploratory study with the objective being to adopt a certain case study, explore it for information, probe the subjects for details of their experience, and possibly use this later as basis for further research. This kind of study will be called grounded theory and its contributions will be to not only better understand the subject in question (I.e. female entrepreneurs) but to use the study for social change and to apply lessons learned to similar situations. See Relevance of the Study (above).

The research design

The study will include a survey and interviewing a certain number of Saudi women who have been running their own business for a minimum of 3 years. Interviews will…. [read more]

Saudi Nursing Interns' Perceptions of Clinical Competence Capstone Project

… Saudi Nursing Interns' Perceptions of Clinical Competence Upon Completion of Preceptorship Experience

Saudi Nurse Edit

Saudi Nursing Interns' Perceptions of Clinical Competence Upon Completion of Preceptorship Experience

The purpose of this quantitative cross-sectional descriptive/correlational design research study is to test Benner's (1982) theory "From Novice to Expert" in relation to the impact of preceptorship on the competency of undergraduate nursing interns at King Fahad Medical City (KFMC). This study seeks to determine if preceptors provide the support recommended by Benner (1982) to the undergraduate nurse during their preceptorship program and if these have an impact on undergraduate competency levels. The study will use two reliable validated clinical competence questionnaires based on Benner's (1982) competencies (Shwu & Ching, 2014) and Knowles Adult Learning theory and nursing…. [read more]

Saudi Consultant Council vs. National Assembly of Kuwait Research Paper

… ¶ … Consultative Assembly of Saudi Arabia

3A brief History of the Saudi Arabia's consultative assembly

National Assembly of Kuwait

Majlis al-Ummah (Council of the Ummah)

Similarities between Majlis al-Ummah and Majlis al-Ummah


Good leadership is required for democracy to exist in various countries. Last couple of years marked a turning point in politics and leadership in the Arab world (Heydemann, 2006). A revaluation of the Arab spring revealed that many people in Saudi Arabia asked for election to be applied for the Shura council members, which created more pressure on the government who tried to make it more effective without elections. While in Kuwait many ministers were called for investigation for many times which resulted in the collapse of the Omma council. In…. [read more]

Motivations in Private Schools in Saudi Arabia Research Proposal

… ¶ … Saudi workers in the private sector in Saudi Arabia.

This project draws on various primary sources and secondary sources. The primary sources consist of interviews and surveys I have conducted with Saudi employees and managers.

A number of secondary sources are used, such as economics papers which examine the economic implications of private sector performance in Saudi Arabia. These studies will be used to provide context for the behavior of Saudi employees at private sector firms. Also included is literature on psychology and performance theory, which will provide the analytical lens with which to make sense of the behavior of Saudi employees.

This study will analyze the behavior of Saudi employees in terms of incentives and motivation. This is the fundamental indicator by…. [read more]

Saudi Women's Role in Respect Interview

… Furthermore, the radical transformations and sacrifices required to transcend this contradiction are either undesirable or unbearable." (2004)

The work of Moghadam (2003) reports that the Muslim society holds that women are "different beings - different often meaning inferior in legal status and rights -- which strengthens social barriers to women's achievement. In the realm of education and employment, not only is it believed that women do not have the same interests as men and will therefore avoid men's activities, but also care is exercised to make sure they cannot prepare for roles considered inappropriate. Women's reproductive function or religious norms have been used to justify their segregation in public, their restriction to the home, and their lack of civil and legal rights." Moghadam (2003) goes…. [read more]

Development of Health Management System in Saudi Arabia Research Proposal

… Healthcare in Saudi Arabia

Project Title: Development of Health Management Systems in Saudi Arabia

Geopolitical Overview

Within the global healthcare model there are various expressions of appropriateness of care. In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, for instance, healthcare has always been the purview of the government, funded at the behest of the ruling family, designed for a predominately young or middle aged population, and certainly not designed for the increasing urbanization and economic improvements that oil and natural gas have brought to the region. In addition, changing demographics in the Kingdom make it necessary to rethink the model of healthcare.

A geopolitical and cultural background of the country and comparison with the region is first provided to engage the reader in the synergism between these…. [read more]

Obesity Among Adolescent Girls in Saudi Arabia Essay

… Adolescent Obesity in Saudi Arabia

Obesity in Saudi Adolescent Girls

Obesity is a serious health problem in any population, but it is of special concern in younger individuals. The longer a person is obese, the longer that person has potentially to suffer the negative health consequences of being overweight or obese. Thus when children or adolescents are obese, this condition must be considered seriously both by the individuals themselves (as well as by their families) and by health professionals. Given that obesity increases the health costs associated with treating an individual, the concern should be one that affects an even wider audience, that of public health officials,

One of the costs that every national government must contend with in the twenty-first century is that of…. [read more]

Developing a Maritime Policy for Saudi Arabia Term Paper

… ¶ … Rational Maritime Policy for Saudi Arabia

The Untapped Potential of Saudi Arabia's Maritime Resources

Saudi Arabia is not a nation whose fate has been historically associated with the oceans. Images conjured of Saudi Arabia will involve oil fields and vast deserts. At first blush, there seems little reason to even consider a maritime policy for the nation, let alone a rational and holistic one that incorporates information from many maritime interests and successfully coordinates policy decisions for all. This is a misconception. In fact, Saudi Arabia has an intimate and strategic relationship with two major oceanic routes: the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf. As the importance of these routes is certain to grow in the coming years and decades, it is important…. [read more]

Corporate Social Responsibility in Saudi Arabia Literature Review

… Corporate Social Responsibility in Saudi Arabia

In this paper we are examining corporate social responsibility in Saudi Arabia. This is accomplished by conducting a literature review and focusing on why this is taking place. Once this occurs, is when we can see the underlying causes of these trends and how they impacting the Kingdom itself.

Over the last several decades, Saudi Arabia has been experience tremendous amounts of economic growth. Part of the reason for this, is because they have 20% of the world proven oil reserves. Yet, the sale of petroleum-based products is accounting for: 90% of Saudi Arabia's exports, 80% of their revenues and 45% of the nation's GDP growth. This is significant, because the marketing of crude-based products has improved the county's…. [read more]

Solar Panel (Energy) in Saudi Research Paper

… Solar Panel (Energy) in Saudi Arabia

Solar panels in Saudi Arabia

Solar Panel Energy in Saudi Arabia

Solar energy has been generally known as energy that is produced by the sun heat and its collection is done in a flat plate collector known as solar panels. Then the energy undergoes conversion to come up with electricity in most cases. For a longtime Saudi Arabia has kept on struggling with small scale power projects since the 1970s. In the 1980s the Solar Village Project, a 350 kW concentrated PV project, was intended to provide power within remote villages. A solar powered seawater desalination pilot plant was established around Yanbu in 1984, under the SOLERAS program; however it came to be shut down following technical and economic…. [read more]

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