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Advantages and Disadvantages of Neoliberalism/Neoliberal Economic policy in General and the case of Ethiopia in Particular

Review Article of Journal of eSciences Advantages and Disadvantages of Neoliberalism/Neoliberal Economic policy in General and the case of Ethiopia in Particular Kebede Lemu Bekelcha1, Aregash Eticha Sefera2 1Corresponding author: Social Anthropology Department, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Bule Hora University; 2Social Anthropology Department, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Bule Hora University Introduction: The same dictionary describes Neoliberalism also, which is said to be “a modified or revived form of traditional liberalism, [especially] one based on belief in free market capitalism and the rights of the individual” (Oxford English Dictionary 1989a). Currently because of the age of globalization, the world is becoming to be conceived as a village. One of the major projects of globalization is the integration of the political economy of the less developed regions in to the global political economic order. Accordingly, during the past few decades the continent of Africa has been trying to integrate itself in to the international political economy either forcefully or by consent. Generally, it is obvious that the main theme of neoliberalist is a fundamentalist view of “leaving everything for the market and the private investors with no interference of the government on the economy except keeping law and order. Historical Background of Neoliberalism: Now a day, world is integrated and became a village. The driving force of this integration is the ideology of Neoliberalism. Under this integration states are recommended or forced to open up their markets to foreign companies competitions, to minimize the role of the government in the economy including minimizing the government expense for social security and social goods, to create fertile grounds for the market to be the only means to distribute the wealth of a nation and the prices of goods and services to be determined based on the principles of demand and ...

Productivity and Grain quality of Holker, Ibon and Franka malt barley (hordeum vulgare l.) varieties to the rate of nitrogen fertilizer

Review Article of Journal of eSciences Productivity and Grain quality of Holker, Ibon and Franka malt barley (hordeum vulgare l.) varieties to the rate of nitrogen fertilizer at central highland of Arsi, Ethiopia Melaku Tafese Awulachew Department of food science and nutrition research process, Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, Kulumsa Agricultural Research Centre A field experiment were conducted during the 2018 cropping season at central highlands of Ethiopia to determine grain quality and yield response of malt barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) varieties to different rate of nitrogen fertilizer. The experiment was laid in a split plot design; Nitrogen rate as main plot and varieties as subplot with three replications. Phonological traits, Grain quality parameters and yield were taken as experimental variables and analyzed using SAS software. The result showed that grain yield, thousand kernel weight and hectoliter weight were significantly affected by interaction of Nitrogen and varieties. However, days to heading, days to maturity, plant height, number of productive tillers, straw yield and number of grain per spike were significantly affected by both N and varieties. On the other hand days to emergence, spike length and harvest index was not significantly affected by N and varieties. The higher (2.705 t ha-1) grain yield was recorded from the combination of Ibon variety with 57.5 kg N ha-1. Therefore, application of 57.5 kg N ha-1 fertilizer rates and Holker variety and 57.5 kg N ha-1 and Ibon variety were found to be better in terms of agronomic for malt barley production at central highland of Arsi, Ethiopia. Keywords:Nitrogen, fertilizer rate, Grain quality, Holker, Ibon, Franka, malt barley varieties ...

The Pharmacists in Ambulatory/Outpatient Care

Review Article of Journal of eSciences The Pharmacists in Ambulatory/Outpatient Care Abdul Kader Mohiuddin Department of Pharmacy, World University of Bangladesh, 151/8, Green Road, Dhanmondi, Dhaka – 1205, Bangladesh Ambulatory care pharmacy practice is defined as the provision of integrated, accessible healthcare services by pharmacists who are accountable for addressing medication needs, developing sustained partnerships with patients, and practicing in the context of family and community. This is accomplished through direct patient care and medication management for ambulatory patients, long-term relationships, coordination of care, patient advocacy, wellness and health promotion, triage and referral, and patient education and self-management. The ambulatory care pharmacists may work in both an institutional and community-based clinic involved in direct care of a diverse patient population. A variety of specialty clinics are available for allergy and immunology, pulmonology, endocrinology, cardiology, nephrology, neurology, behavioral health, and infectious disease. Such services for this population may exist as a primary care clinic or an independent specialty clinic, typically in a PCMH, which is instrumental in coordinating care between various providers. Once a practice site is identified, it is important to establish a strong, trusting, and mutually beneficial relationship with the various decision-makers (e.g., administrators, providers) involved with the clinic. If pharmacy services are currently in existence, the pharmacy director may be able to identify and initially contact the appropriate person. If another pharmacist is providing clinical services, this person would be a resource to help determine areas for expansion of patient care and to whom to direct the proposed business plan. Additional individuals to consider as an initial point of contact include the clinic manager, clinic medical director, or administrative assistant to either of these persons. If the clinic setting is affiliated with a medical school, it may be necessary to contact the Department of Family Medicine head. Keywords: ...

Dr. Kshitij Shinghal
Associate Professor and Dean Academics, MIT Mordabad, Uttar Pradesh

Dr. Yan Zhou
Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA

Dr. Narayanaswamy Venketasubramanian Ramani
Consultant Neurologist, Raffles Hospital, Singapore

Dr. Hossein Alizadeh
Research Officer, Lincoln University

Dr. ABHISHEK SHUKLA
Assistant Professor, R.D. Engineering College Technical Campus, Ghaziabad

Dr. Ahmed S. Abou-Zaid
Associate Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston

Dr. Maryam Karimi
Atomic Energy organization of Iran, Laser and Optics Research School, NSTRI

Dr. HASAN DİLBAS
Yildiz Technical University Civil Engineering Faculty Civil Engineering Department Construction Materials Division

Dr. Mehmet EROĞLU
Firat University Education Faculty, Educational Science Department, 23119, Elazig, Turkey

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