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...GDP would indicate that the standards of living for the citizens has risen too. This is in consideration of the ownership of material things such as shelter, food and clothing which are fundamental to wellbeing. The increased standard of living could also be as a result of the enhanced security, access to safe water, justice, access to medical care and a safe environment. However, more of these outputs are more easily obtained by using fewer resources to produce more goods (Mankiw, 2007). Limitations of GDP as a measure of economic well-being The use of GDP as a measure of economic well-being has several limitations. First, it results in changes in quality of products by including... Gross Domestic...
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What is GDP
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...GDP with inflation factor to arrive at the real GDP and only this way we can tell whether or not the country is enjoying economic wellbeing or not. A good way to counter this problem is calculating per capita income. Per Capita income is calculated by diving total GDP by the total population of a country. It is how much an individual is earning on average. Higher per capita from one year to another shows us the economic wellness... GDP stands for Gross Domestic Product. It is the total value of output of goods and services produced in an economy over a given period of time, say one year. This definition of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) shows that in order to arrive at the GDP (Gross Domestic Product), we...
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GDP Is Not Enough
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...wellbeing of a country. The two indicators are based on a common personal consumption data baseline. However, GPI unlike GDP gives adjustment factors and variables that represent both monetary and non monetary aspects of the country’s economy. The adjustment categories can be grouped into the following categories; Personal consumption: this baseline gives similar data input similar to what is used in GDP measurement. Income Distribution; under this, GPI is scaled upward when a higher percentage of a country’s income goes to the poor population. This increase in income gives real benefits to the poor households. Similarly GPI is lowered...
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...GDP GDP Introduction Before the invention of GDP during 1930-40s, Gross National Product used to indicate the growth pattern of any country. However, GDP has further developed this concept, as it is based on the total output and consumption figures of the specific country. Nevertheless, it does not take into consideration the domestic household output, as charges for cleaning a house or cooking food are not established. In addition, GDP does not indicate the general happiness of the country’s citizens, as it cannot be quantified. Discussing GDP The present global economic scenario has placed due significance to the GDP as it is considered to be the tool that measures a particular country’s... ...
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...GDP and how is it measured GDP is an acronym for Gross Domestic Product. It was designed to measure the valueof the goods and the services produced during a time period. In spite of its limitations, real GDP is a reasonably precise measure the rate of output and the year-to-year changes in that output. In short, GDP is the measure of economic performance. It is measured in the country's currency both in current and constant prices. There are two basic ways to measure GDP. The first is to measure total spending on goods and services. This is the expenditures approach. The second method is to measure total... Macro Economics What is meant by GDP...
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...GDP) measures the total value of all final goods and services that are produced within the borders of any given country (Mankiw, 2012). It is the method that is commonly used to measure the output as well as the size of an economy. Being one of the key indicators that are used to gauge the health of the economy of a country, GDP gives a bird’s-eye view of how a country’s economy is doing. For instance, if the GDP speed up then the economy is doing well and people are getting better pay or more jobs (Barro, 2008).  Even though, GDP has been used to measure the health of an economy, it has some limitations. Firstly, it fails to include harmful... GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT INSTRICTOR Gross Domestic Product...
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...GDP The gross domestic product (GDP) is regarded as one of the primary indicators that can be used to gauge thestatus of a country’s economy. It is known to represent the total value of all goods and services that are produced over a given period of time. It can be regarded as the size of the economy. More often than not, GDP is usually expressed as a comparison of the earlier quarters or year. For example, if he year to year GDP is up to 4 % this is then perceived to mean that the economy grew by 4% over the last year. Measuring GDP is a bit complex, but the most basic form of the calculation can be done in two ways: this is through adding up what everyone earned in a year (income approach... ...
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...GDP a. Interest on AT &T bond would be included in the calculation of GDP when calculating GDP using income approach. Interest earned by an individual income is included in the GDP in the year the interest was earned by an individual. b. Social security payments received by a retired worker is not accounted for in the calculation of GDP since it is just a transfer payment. c. The service of a painter in painting the family home is included in the calculation of GDP if the painter was an outside contractor and pays tax. However, if the painter is a family member, his work, or benefit will...
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...GDP release highlights, it can be noted that the value of goods and services produced within the United States raised considerably. It raised by 2.4% to be precise, when weighed to the previous release highlights. This is so because there was increase in both personal consumption expenditure and exports. The significant rise in real GDP is also attributed to increase in private inventory investments as well as increase in nonresidential fixed investment. According to the US Bureau of Economic Analysis that is tasked with the duty... Macro and Micro Economics Real Gross Domestic Product refers to the value earned by goods and services produced within a period of one year. According to the latest real GDP ...
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...GDP is before commenting on whether if it is a true indicator of quality of life or not. The GDP of any country isthe money values worth of all the goods and services produced within the economy in a given fiscal year (Sloman J 2009). This unfortunately is not a true representation of the quality of life that is prevalent within an economy, the GDP per capita which is the money values worth of all goods and services produced within the economy divided by the total population of the country to some extent is a representation of the quality of life but even that does not reveal a holistic and complete picture because it does not show how many people receive... to be translated into goods and...
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Does GDP describes your personal economic well being
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...GDP and Economic Wellbeing Household or personal income is generally used as the only paramount measure of the extent to which individuals are well off (Kathleen and Thesia, 2000). However, certain other factors also determine people’s well being according to Hagenaars and Bernard... Gross Domestic Product Gross domestic product (GDP), also known as gross domestic income, refers to the country’s total annual economic output. It isthe overall value of goods and services a country produces annually, excluding the foreign productivity of domestic firms but including domestic productivity of foreign firms according to Webster’s Dictionary of the New World College. The United States adopted the term GDP in 19...
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Explain why inventory costs and inventory levels have declined relative to GDP over the last twenty years. Is this beneficial to the economy Why or why not
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...GDP, the value of goods and services an economy produces would be considered. Thus, a reduction in this asset reduces the return on assets, ROA which in essence means a reduction in the GDP. As such, as inventory costs and levels have declined over the past twenty years, so has the GDP. No, this is not beneficial to the economy. As noted by Coyle et al. (2012), GDP is a critical factor of the wellbeing... Logistics Explain why inventory costs and inventory levels have declined relative to GDP over the last twenty years. Is this beneficial to the economy? Why or why not? Over the last twenty years, the logistics industry has witnessed a shift from the traditional management approaches. Therefore, there ha...
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1.Since Country A has a higher GDP than Country B then this must mean the residents of Country A are better off in terms of economic welfare. Discuss
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...GDP can be expressed in two forms – nominal GDP and real GDP. Nominal GDP represents the money value of all final goods and services produced within an economy in any given year. Real GDP is the nominal GDP divided by the price level. Dividing real GDP by the population of the economy we get per capita real GDP. We shall in the remainder consider real GDP and per capita real GDP only as it is more directly related to the values that are important to welfare. 3. Understanding Welfare National Welfare refers to the state of wellbeing of the people of a nation. Therefore the level... 1. Introduction To correctly judge the ment it is necessary to understand how much GDP is able to capture a nation’s welfare. ...
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Mental wellbeing
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...Wellbeing “About 45% of adult Australians will experience a mental illness at some stage in their lives”(Mental illness factsand statistics). Depression, anxiety, substance abuse etc are the major mental problems found among Australians. While substance abuse and depression are affecting the teenagers more commonly, anxiety seems to be affecting all the people irrespective of the age differences. The symptoms of these mental disorders vary from person to person. However the most general symptoms of these disorders are feeling of helplessness and hopelessness, loss of interests in daily activities, weight changes, sleep problems, fatigue, self-loathing, anger, concentration problems... Mental Wellbeing...
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To what Extend can a Measure of National Income (GDP) Give an Indication on How Well a Population is Doing
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...GDP & There's a New Report to Prove It. [Online] Available at: http://www.treehugger.com/economics/more-to-happiness-than-gdp-un-global-happiness-report.html Mustafa, N., 2005. What About Gross National Happiness?. [Online] Available at: http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1016266,00.html Stratton, A., 2010. David Cameron aims to make happiness the new GDP. [Online] Available at: http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/nov/14/david-cameron-wellbeing-inquiry Trading Economics, n.d. United Kingdom GDP Growth Rate. [Online] Available at: http://www.tradingeconomics.com/united-kingdom/gdp-growth... ?Gross Domestic Product or GDP as it is called is the measure of the...
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...GDP) has been employed as a statistical measure of economic development since the 1950s, it does not qualify as an accurate reflection of a nation's developmental status. Not withstanding the fact that GDP significantly contributes to overall understanding of a nation's economic status and its population's living standards, it provides neither an accurate nor an in-depth understanding of either. Calculating development in terms of per capita GDP leads to a distorted view of the developmental status of nations and their populations. As a case in point, one may refer to the fact that according to this statistical measure, Qatar, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates... Even though Gross Domestic Product...
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Real GDP
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...GDP Part Formula used and Calculation of real GDP in 2004 prices Formula used: 2004 Price x GDP Year Quantity = GDP year quantity CD's x 2004 CD price +GDP year quantity racquets x 2004 racquet price Year Real GDP calculation and result % change in real GDP between 2004 and 2005 (2004 prices) 2004 110x$18+200x$90=$19,980 ($21,060-$19,980)/$19,980 x 100 = 5.41% 2005 120x$18+210x$90=$21,060 Part 2: Formula used and Calculation of value of price index for 2005 using 2004 as base year. Formula used: Price Index = (GDP year CD price x 2004 CD quantity + GDP year racquet price x 2004 racquet quantity)/(2004 CD price x 2004 CD quantity + 2004 racquet price x 2004 racquet...
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GDP Comparisons
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...GDP Comparisons The GDP of all 22 countries of the Arab League including West Bank and Gaza Strip is around $2.309 trillion for the year 2011(CIA fact book, 2013). The country with the highest GDP is Saudi Arabia with $587 billion. As compared to the countries of Arab League the GDP of Italy is $2.164 trillion, the GDP of France is $2.734 trillion, GDP of Germany is $3.55 trillion, GDP of United States $14.83 trillion, and GDP of Japan is $5.773 trillion for the year 2011 (CIA Fact book, 2013). Except Italy, all the countries mentioned above have a GDP that is greater than the combined GDP of all Arab League countries. The difference between Italy’s... Inserts His/her Inserts Inserts Grade (31, 01,...
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GDP Growth
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...GDP Growth Introduction Financial increase involves transformation of the financial system. Forms of banks and bank money change. The alterations that occur if not addressed leave the banking system susceptible to crisis. There is no better test in economics than to recognize and thwart financial crises. The fiscal crises of 2007-2008 provide the prospect to re-evaluate our considerations for prevention of crises in the future. All monetary crises are at core bank flows, since bank debt of any kind is vulnerable to abrupt exit by bank arrears holders. The crisis raises concerns for crisis hypothesis. In addition, empirically, studying crises is exigent as small samples and...
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GDP growth
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...GDP growth. GDP is an indicator of a country's production of goods and services. Finance (capital) a scarce factor of production is required by firms at the highest possible level to maximize production. All over the world, of late, countries follow the pattern of consumption economy wherein consumption is encouraged by giving out loans to consumers for purchase of goods, services and even homes.. This in turn leads to spurt in volume of production of goods and services at all levels to cope which firms need funds for working capital and capital... today's economic climate, any company that hasn't borrowed as much as it can is crazy Introduction Economic growth of a country depends upon its GDP growth....
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Wellness and Wellbeing - staff wellbeing report
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...Wellbeing: Staff Wellbeing Report Introduction Wellness and wellbeing is not only a right of every human being but also a need that everyone should endeavor to gain (Grbich, 1999). To achieve wellness is a conscious process which involves a number of things. Members of staff always require complete wellness and wellbeing not only for themselves but also for the good of those around them. In this regard, in an Early Childhood Care environment, it is necessary for the members of staff to take care of their wellness and wellbeing for their sake as well as the young ones they take care of and their fellow staff members. This is a lifelong process which each and every staff must consider... Wellness and...
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Wellbeing in college
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...Wellbeing in college College For any human being to function effectively it has to have a positive of mind. This will enable him to function very pretty well within group society or organization. For a student to be effective in learning in school, it has to have a right state of mind. Students who have good mental health are well-adjusted to school community and programs and they are able to relate well to others, and basically feel satisfied with themselves and their role in their undertakings (Michalos, 1993). A great sense of well being does not just come but it is earned, it is not something natural but rather something earned (Michalos, 1993). Students who want he...
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Health and Wellbeing
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...Wellbeing Recent years, health and social care professionals underline the increasing role of promotion of healthy and active lifestyle inmedical services and social care. Health promotion has established itself as a practice distinct from systems of health care based upon the bio-medical paradigm. However, health promotion itself has not been immune from these critiques. Health and social care professionals should understand impact and influence of stress and stress-related issues on their patients because only deep knowledge and understanding could help to develop appropriate programs and maintain healthy lifestyle. The main problem is that the impact of stress on performance... problem...
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Natural Gas: Nominal GDP vs. Real GDP
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...GDP Following the definition of Nominal GDP and Real GDP by Frank and Bernanke , nominal GDP refers to the market value of all final products and services within a specified geographical region in most cases a country, while the Real GDP is used as a macroeconomic measure of a country’s output in reference to price changes. From this explanation, we can conclude that products in the international market must be valued in reference with international currencies. In relation with the discussion by Zhou in 2011 concerning the drop in natural gas futures, where it was to affect the performance of power plants, we see how natural gas prices changes and its... Discussion why natural gas is valued in real GDP...
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Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
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...GDP) is one of the tools used to measure economic performance for a nation and the global economy. It can be defined as “value of all goods and services produced in a country in one year” (The World Bank Group). GDP can be calculated by using income approach, or the more commonly used expenditure approach, which is defined with the following equation: GDP = All private consumption/consumer spending (C) + Sum of government spending (G) + Sum of investment by businesses (I) + Total Net Exports (NX) * Total Net Exports is the difference of total exports (X) and imports (M) which is calculated as (X-M) If the calculated GDP per capita is positive, it indicates... that the economy of the nation...
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Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
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...GDP on healthcare. It will be interesting to compare healthcare indicators for the US as a developed country and the one who spends large amount on healthcare with Bangladesh as a developing country and the one who spends small amount on healthcare. Healthcare Spending as % of GDP World Health Organization (2013) reports that Bangladeshs spending on healthcare in 2011 as percentage of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is 3.7 percent... Gross Domestic Product Healthcare spending varies widely across the globe. At one end of the spectrum, there are the developed countries that spend substantial sum on healthcare and at the other; there are underdeveloped countries that spend a small percentage of their GDP on ...
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GDP in China
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...GDP in China Table of Contents Introduction 3 Economic Growth of China 3 Remedial measures and consequences 4 Conclusion 5 References 5 Bibliography 5 Introduction China is the fastest developing nation in the world as is accountable from its high economic growth rates which the nation had been maintaining since the advent of the new millennium. However, the nation had also been exposed to a large number of fluctuations as is typically the case for transition economies. It all depends upon the strategic robustness of the national government which ultimately helps a nation to bail out of any crisis or dilute the impact of the same. The national government of China too had...
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Alternative Measures of GDP
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...GDP Introduction Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is widely being used as a means to gauge the economic development of a particular country. It has been a broadly prevalent measure which has been in use for nearly a century. The alterations in a country’s GDP are considered to depict or indicate the growth of a country at large. According to the definition provided by OECD (2009), GDP can be defined as “the standard measure of the value of the production activity (goods and services) of resident producer units”. Thus, GDP concentrates in a few basic aspects of the economic structure, such as the production function of the economy, consumption pattern, and population among others... ? Alternative Measures of...
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Inflation and GDP
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...GDP and Real GDP Macro Economics Inflation, Nominal GDP and Real GDP Introduction: The government has a role to play in the growth of an economy, policy makers will adjust money supply levels, interest rates and government spending in order to improve on the free market economy. The Phillips curve depict the relationship between unemployment and inflation, when inflation is increased unemployment declines, finally in this paper we discuss nominal GDP and real GDP and the reasons why the GDP level is chained to prices of a previous year. The Phillips curve: The Phillip curve was first coined by William Phillip in 1958, the curve depicts the relationship between... Running head: Inflation, Nominal GDP...
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Shortcomings of GDP
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...GDP GDP is the monetary value of the end products of goods and services in a country within a period of one year. It is calculated by summing up the public and private consumption to the government spending and capital investments in the country. In addition to the total, net exports are added to complete the equation. The net exports are calculated by deducting earnings from imports to those of exports. Gross domestic product is used to monitor a country’s economic stability. GDP is limited as a measure of production because it does not reflect on all well being of the economy. It only sums up the outputs of production and does not include intermediary goods and those consumed... SHORTCOMINGS OF GDP GDP ...
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Nominal and Real GDP
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...GDP Gross Domestic Product (GDP), as the suggests, is the total of all the products produced by any country. This is good measure to understand the size of an economy. There are references in literature where the GDP of some African countries are equivalent to the revenues of General Motors (GM). This showcases the difference in GDP across the world. Massive economic calculations are required to arrive at these GDP numbers. Irrespective of the methods, GDP is quoted either as Nominal GDP or Real GDP. The words nominal and real signify the same meaning as in interest rates or any other concept where these are used. As per common belief nominal GDP is the total of all the products... Nominal and Real GDP...
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Macroeconomics: the GDP
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...GDP of the US economy in terms of effecting an underlying momentum. It implies that the growth rate is measured in accordance with the economic output and retail sales. For instance, expansion rate seasonally is currently at 3.7 percent unlike the previous annual rate of 2.3 percent. Overall, the projected improvements to achieve the momentum for the first-quarter gain is 10.1 percent against the previous reading that recorded 6.6 percent. Therefore, the macroeconomics concept that features in the article is GDP in relation to the national income. GDP, thus, is assessed from the perspectives of economic growth and the impacts upon... Macroeconomics Macroeconomics The of the article is based on the GDP...
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GDP and Corruption
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...GDP and Corruption: Introduction: This paper analysis the effect of corruption on the productivity of a country, corruption is defined as the use of an individual's position for personal gains. In terms of corruption countries are ranked as most corrupt countries and those that are clean countries, Finland, Switzerland, Singapore, Denmark, New Zealand and Sweden are some of the countries that have least corruption incidences in the world while countries such as Sudan, Chad and Guinea are considered to be the most corrupt countries in the world. From this list it is evident that the most clean countries have higher GDP levels than the most corrupt...
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GDP in China
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...GDP in China Table of Contents Introduction 3 Economic Growth of China 3 Remedial measures and consequences 4 Conclusion 5 References 5 Bibliography5 Introduction China is the fastest developing nation in the world as is accountable from its high economic growth rates which the nation had been maintaining since the advent of the new millennium. However, the nation had also been exposed to a large number of fluctuations as is typically the case for transition economies. It all depends upon the strategic robustness of the national government which ultimately helps a nation to bail out of any crisis or dilute the impact of the same. The national government of China too had...
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...GDP) is one of the tools used to measure economic performance for a nation and the global economy. It can be defined as “value of all goods and services produced in a country in one year” (The World Bank Group). GDP can be calculated by using income approach, or the more commonly used expenditure approach, which is defined with the following equation: GDP = All private consumption/consumer spending (C) + Sum of government spending (G) + Sum of investment by businesses (I) + Total Net Exports (NX) * Total Net Exports is the difference of total exports (X) and imports (M) which is calculated as (X-M) If the calculated GDP per capita is positive, it indicates... that the economy of the nation is...
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...GDP fails to measure such aspects as depletion of natural resources. These, according to the author, undermine validity of GDP and its potential applications in policymaking (Stiglitz, 2009). References Oulton, N. (2012). Hooray for GDP! GDP as a measure of wellbeing. VOX. Retrieved from: http://www.voxeu.org/article/defence-gdp-measure-wellbeing. Stiglitz, J. (2009). The great GDP swindle: Chasing GDP growth results in lower living standards. Better indicators are needed to capture well-being and sustainability. The Guardian. Retrieved from: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2009/sep/13/economics-economic-growth-and-recession-global-economy.... Summary of arguments for and against GDP as a...
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Econometrics ; GDP growth in US
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...GDP Comparison of US and China The period between 2001 and 2004 has witnessed tremendous GD growth rates both for the United s and China. While the US economy grew by over 19.5% during this period, the Chinese economy grew by over 60%, an increase of 33% in direct comparison with the USA (Thomas Rawski, 2009). Between 2004 and 2008, the Chinese economy, which holds the current record as the fastest growing economy in the world, registered a GDP surge by 106%. The performance of the USA during this period has been relatively slack considering the fact that the growth deficit vis-a-vis China increased from 16.4% to almost 28% during this duration. When evaluated using the Yuan as a reference... ...
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Completing the GDP Rates Table
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...GDP Rates Tables TABLE USA 2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) Year GDP in US$ GDP % growth Pop. Per Capita GDP in US$ CPI Inflation Rate (P %) Exports in US$ Imports in US$ Trade Balance in US$ Exports % of GDP Imports % of GDP 1994 $8,995.5 0.92% 260,289,237 3.45 148.2 2.61 9,281.7 38,786.8 -29,505 1.03 4.31 1995 $9,176.4 0.6% 262,764,948 3.49 152.2 2.81 11,753.7 45,543.2 -33,790 1.28 4.96 1996 $9,584.3 0.89% 265,189,794 3.61 156.9 2.93 11,992.6 51,512.8 -39,520 1.25 5.37 1997 $10,000.3 0.66% 267,743,595 3.73 160.5 2.34 12,862.2 62,557.7 -49,695 1.28 6.23 1998 $10,498.6 1.54% 270,298,524 3.88 163.0 1.55 14,241.2 71,168.6 -56927 1.35 7.13 1999 $11,004.8 1.68% 272,690,813... Completing the GDP ...
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How Could Asving Effect GDP
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...GDP Introduction GDP is the total market value of all final goods and services produced in a country in a given financial year, equal to total consumer investment and government spending, plus the value of exports, minus the value of imports (GDP). GDP often considered as the symbol of standard of living in a country even though many economists have different opinions. Savings on the other hand is an income received by a consumer that that is not spent on the output of firms through consumption expenditure (RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GDP, CONSUMPTION, SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT, p.1). Savings even though considered generally as a good habit especially like the current periods like recession... Saving Effect on...
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Promoting mental wellbeing amongst older adults
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...Wellbeing Amongst Older Adults The mental illness among older adults is a critical issue faced by the government of many developed and developing countries .To provides for the mental health of senior citizens should be the main priority of any government’s health and social policy. There should be a well structured health and social strategy which should be implemented to consider their mental well being and health. According to (Happy Life,2011)“Besides managing decreased performance in physical and cognitive functioning, older adults also face changes such as retirement and departure of grown up children”. Below one can see a health strategy to promote mental wellbeing... ?Topic:  Promoting Mental...
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GDP Growth of Apple Company
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...GDP impacts upon the future development that such a firm will seek to represent. Naturally, the goal is to sell as many units of Apple products/services to the most number of individuals possible. However, such a simplistic strategy cannot be so easily accomplished without understanding the unique dynamics that economic factors have with regard to purchasing power parity and the overall economic strength of a region. As Apple products and services are primarily a luxury good for individuals within relatively developed nations, the focus that Apple should take is upon representing... As firms such as Apple continue to grow, one of the core considerations for that must be taken is with respect to how GDP ...
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Social Determinants of Health and Wellbeing
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...wellbeing (Raphael, D., 2006). Substance or material conditions of life direct to variations in psychosocial stress (Raphael, D., 2006). Individuals of poorer or lesser socioeconomic position experience a range of psychosocial... Social Determinants of Health With the increase in migration and globalization more people are developing bi- or multicultural personal identities tofunction in contemporary environments. Culture in its broadest sense, refers to accepted ways of behaving within identifiable groups in society (Queensland Health. 2003). This is the reason the sense of health and well being vary between individuals. In public health there is an ever-increasing acceptance that health is determined...
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Gypsy Community Health and Wellbeing Project
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...Wellbeing Project Introduction Gypsy community strongly believes that a body in good health and an upright mind is the most paramount things that determine the success and a happy life. There have been health projects needed so as to address problems that are commonly experienced by the less privileged in the society, and the anticipation of the travelers community. Gypsies are the progenies of inhabitants originating in Polar India Fraser 1992, De Foletier 1990 who, everywhere the 1000 AD, were enforced out by an intensifying Islam and, perhaps, eras of starvation Colocci 1889 and also Puxon 1979. The Romani, which is the linguistic vocalized by maximum Gypsies... from others, but as a...
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Psychological influences on health and wellbeing
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...wellbeing Biological and Social Factors that Might have Contributed to Anna being To Anxiety Problems Anna’s history identifies significance of hereditary factor as a cause of her anxiety problems. The factor identifies transmission of a trait from parents to their children and existence of the trait in other family members proves it. Depression in her younger sister is the first indicator of hereditary factor as a cause of Anna’s anxiety by showing that they could be sharing a source and that source could be their parents. Existence of anxiety problem in her uncle confirms this by showing that the problem did not only exist in one of her parents, but in her... Psychological influences on health and...
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Nursing for Health and Wellbeing 2011
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...Wellbeing Number : Patient Name: Mr. Sylvester Nursing Issue: Geriatric: Risk of falls (00155) (2000) Domain 11Safety /Protection (Herdman, 2008, p312). Goals/s: improving quality of life and preventing falls. Interventions……………………. Rationale for interventions………………….................................. Home modifications Risk for falls is the condition in which the individual has increased pre-disposition to falling (Carpenito-Moyet, 2006) Risk of falls in older people due to environmental factors. Home assessment reveals the existence of slippery floor surfaces, loose rugs, upended carpet edges, lack of grab rails in the bath room, no handrails on the stairs, stairs... Nursing for Health and...
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Public Health: Promoting health and wellbeing
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...Wellbeing: Reducing Smoking Discuss how you can promote healthy lifestyles to a patient or group of patients within your field of practice. Health Promotion is a substantial element of our society which enables health professionals to guide and motivate general public towards a better and healthy life style. In the contemporary world health issues are immensely increasing due to the excessive use of drugs and adverse environmental impacts such as climate change and global warming. This calls for an immediate action from the medical professionals and the government authorities to raise awareness about the common health problems in addition to introducing proper health promotion... ? Promoting Health and...
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BBusiness studies - Economics
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...GDP etc are some of the areas in which microeconomics is mostly interested in. This paper mainly focus on Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and its effects on a country’s economic growth and personal wellbeing. What is GDP? Mankiw & Taylor (2006) have mentioned that GDP is a measure of total income of a nation (Mankiw & Taylor 2006, p.464).They also pointed out that GDP is the total market value of all final goods... Business studies - Economics Introduction Economics is an important branch of social science which deals with the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. For convenience economics is mainly classified into two broad categories like Macroeconomics and Microeconomics. ...
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Public Health: Promoting health and wellbeing
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...Wellbeing: Reducing Smoking Discuss how you can promote healthy lifestyles to a patient or group of patients within your field of practice. Health Promotion is a substantial element of our society which enables health professionals to guide and motivate general public towards a better and healthy life style. In the contemporary world health issues are immensely increasing due to the excessive use of drugs and adverse environmental impacts such as climate change and global warming. This calls for an immediate action from the medical professionals and the government authorities to raise awareness about the common health problems in addition to introducing proper health promotion... Promoting Health and...
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Collaborative Working to improve health and wellbeing
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...WELLBEING Contents Sr. # Topic Pg Introduction 2 2. Approaches for promoting and protectingpopulation health 3 3. Tackling Health Inequalities and Working in Partnerships 5 4. Project Evaluation Strategies 9 5. Political, Ethical and Risk of doing harm 10 6. Current Contemporary Health Promotion / Protection Activities 11 7. Skills Needed to Effectively Lead a Multi Professional Working Group 13 References 14 1. Introduction The concept of Public health is centered on promoting and improving public health and prevention of diseases in populations or communities as a whole, rather than that of individuals. The underlying essence... WORKING TO IMPROVE HEALTH AND WELLBEING Contents Sr. ...
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Public Health:Promoting health and wellbeing - Obesity
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...wellbeing – Obesity The growing obesity epidemic is becoming a global issue, contributing to numerous health concerns and is associated with a short lifespan. It is estimated that over 50% of the public in developed countries will be obese by the year 2050 (McPherson, Marsh, & Brown, 2007). Despite the growing body of evidence procured by in-depth research on the impacts of obesity, the rates continue to skyrocket, leading to a need for a different approach in order to address the unique issues with a changing population, as the current tactics do not appear to be effective. The nursing community is essential in bridging the gap between clients and their health... ? Public health: Promoting health and...
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