All papers submitted by MoleculeMan

MoleculeMan studied at Montana State University, USA, with average GPA 3.57 out of 4.0.

Internal Labour Markets/ Motivating the workforce

Introduction Labor economics is an integral part of economics because it explains how the labor market functions and operates and its dynamics. The labor market is the market where workers and employees interact. This means that there are suppliers of labor and the people who need that labor. The suppliers in this case are the […]

Evidence for ancient endosymbiosis

Research question and hypothesis Endosymbioses have remarkably changed the eukaryotic life processes, while it has impacted negligibly on prokaryotic evolution. In this paper by examining the flows of protein families, I try to proof that the double-membrane, gram-negative prokaryotes derived from a symbiosis between an archaic clostridium and actinobacterium. The subsequent taxon has been efficient […]

Analysis of the paintings The Goose Girl at Montfoucault (Camille Pissarro) and The Rocks (Vincent van Gogh)

Introduction The paintings created by the two artists are similar in several aspects. The artists completed the paintings around the same era. The time difference between the completion of the first painting (The Goose Girl) and the second one (The Rocks) was only thirteen years. The works of both artists focused on creating impression about […]

White-collar crimes: Tyco Scandal and Iran-Contra Affair

Introduction This report focuses on two white-collar crimes (Tyco Scandal and Iran-Contra Affair). It describes these two crimes and provides analysis of consequences of crimes as well as theories and policies used to combat them. A description of the history of the case, parties involved and socioeconomic status of the offenders Iran-Contra Affair This was […]

Kafka and the Uncanny

Sigmund Freud, a famous and recognized psychologist focuses largely on the representation of the uncanny, a mysterious experience that cannot be explained, but that happened in the past. Although this experience is well established, it is repressed by our consciousness, but later flashbacks in an unexpected disguise. These explanations are typical of Franz Kafka stories […]