Responsibility

  • 61responsibility sits on him — he is responsible, he is accountable …

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  • 62responsibility accounting — A system of *management accounting in which individual managers are held *accountable for operational and financial performance. See also *accountability …

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  • 63responsibility of eviction — In a lease the burden of expelling by legal process those in possession, if they wrongfully withhold it …

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  • 64responsibility for crime — See criminal capacity …

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  • 65Household-responsibility system — Responsibility system (contract responsibility system or household responsibility system) (simplified Chinese: 家庭联产承包责任制; traditional Chinese: 家庭聯產承包責任制; pinyin: Jiātíng liánchǎn chéngbāo zérènzhì) was a practice in the People s Republic of China …

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  • 66municipal responsibility — responsibility of the local authority toward its citizens …

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  • 67professional responsibility — responsibility which accompanies the practice of a profession …

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  • 68Corporate social responsibility — For other types of responsibility, see Responsibility (disambiguation). Corporate social responsibility (CSR, also called corporate conscience, corporate citizenship, social performance, or sustainable responsible business)[1] is a form of… …

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  • 69Command responsibility — Peace Palace in The Hague Medina standard redirects here. For Medina charter, see Constitution of Medina. Command responsibility, sometimes referred to as the Yamashita standard or the Medina standard, and also known as superior responsibility,… …

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  • 70Moral responsibility — For other types of responsibility, see Responsibility (disambiguation). Part of a series on Freedom …

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  • 71Social responsibility — is an ethical or ideological theory that an entity whether it is a government, corporation, organization or individual has a responsibility to society but this responsibility can be negative. In that it is a responsibility to refrain from acting… …

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  • 72State responsibility — The laws of state responsibility are the principles governing when and how a state is held responsible for a breach of an international obligation. Rather than set forth any particular obligations, the rules of state responsibility determine, in… …

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  • 73Corporate Social Responsibility — Der Begriff Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) bzw. Unternehmerische Gesellschaftsverantwortung (oft auch als Unternehmerische Sozialverantwortung bezeichnet), umschreibt den freiwilligen Beitrag der Wirtschaft zu einer nachhaltigen… …

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  • 74Extended producer responsibility — (EPR) is a strategy designed to promote the integration of environmental costs associated with products throughout their life cycles into the market price of the products (OECD 1999).Extended producer responsibility imposes accountability over… …

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  • 75Diminished responsibility — For other types of responsibility, see Responsibility (disambiguation). Criminal defenses …

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  • 76Diffusion of responsibility — Psychology …

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  • 77Individual ministerial responsibility — Ministerial responsibility or individual ministerial responsibility is a constitutional convention in governments using the Westminster System that a cabinet minister bears the ultimate responsibility for the actions of their ministry or… …

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  • 78Parental responsibility (access and custody) — In the states of the European Union and elsewhere, parental responsibility refers to the rights and privileges which underpin the relationship between a child and either of the child s parents or those adults who have a significant role in the… …

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  • 79Diminished responsibility in English law — For the law in other criminal jurisdictions, see diminished responsibility. In English law, diminished responsibility is one of the partial defences that reduce the offence from murder to manslaughter if successful (termed voluntary manslaughter… …

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  • 80Chain of responsibility — For the Chain of Responsibility Design Pattern, see Chain of responsibility pattern. The chain of responsibility is a policy concept used in Australian transport legislation to place legal obligations on parties in the transport supply chain or… …

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