Why do many economists argue for outward orientation and export promotion to the industrialization of East Asia?
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For many economists and observers, trade policy has been cornerstone of East Asia’s industrialization policy, even though its trade policies vary greatly and from country to country. With low trade barriers to enhance an economy’s efficiency, outward orientation has been highly significant as an intellectual measure to maintain economic development.
What Does a Study of Scandinavian Experience Tell Us about the Relationship between Globalisation and the Welfare State?
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According to the report the state will need to turn competitive as well in the 21st century economy, the Scandinavian experience, especially the Swedish model, most relevant when discussing the welfare state policies, has managed to undergo only slight modifications to its welfare model rather than significant structural changes.
Understanding the process of economic change in a global world
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Views on global economic development, by an Economics Nobel Prize awardee, Douglas North are stated in the paper. He reckoned that the structure that guides the way in which we operate is made up of formal rules, informal norms of behavior, and their enforcement characteristics. He averred, that governments can change quickly only the formal rules.
Role of Economic Factors Behind Neo-imperialism Phenomenon
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Neo-imperialism is not considered just a resurgent of imperialism but is considered as separate and distinct subject. As in the case of neo-imperialism, the political elements were a consequence of economic interest rather than the desire to perform expansion. Its greatest contributions have been in establishment of trade and commercial systems.
Connection between Neoclassical Economics and The Economic Policies of the President Obama, Psychological Aspect
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It is shown in the paper, that the main problem occurring on the basis of the President Obama’s proposals is not to let happiness be focused on materialistic aspect of nature only. While in accordance with a detached point of view it is possible to claim that human happiness in modern society is possible only in case of materialistic well-being.
Investment Strategy
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The long term objectives of an investor differ from person to person. Objective may constitute arrangement of income after retirement, purchasing of a house property, or any other goal. These days investors seek some sort of financial independence. That implies that investors require certain amount of income from investment portfolio in order to maintain a particular standard or status of life without caring about the future.
Principles of economics
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Economics is the field of study that deals with such activities as coming up with goods, distributing and usage of the goods. It involves how one uses the resources in the environment, which have a characteristic of being scarce. Individuals or a household have to utilize the scarce resources available in the economy.
Sustainable Deficit
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According to Economic Review, First Quarter 2001, “economic theory predicts that if a country experiences an investment boom as a result of increased productivity, while its trading partners do not, its current account deficit should widen.”
Impure public good
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Pure public goods are those that can be openly accessed by everybody for example internal security. This implies that when one individual has access to these goods another individual is not restricted from receiving the same good.
The economic growth in the countries of Asia-Pacific region
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The East and South-East Asian countries from the Asia-Pacific region have recently had a excellent record of surging economic and financial performance. These countries include Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Philippines. The significant economic growth in this region outclassed the performance of any other region in the last decade.
Chinas Economic Boom: Automobile Industry
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Two major factors, that precondition the economic development of China’s auto industry are identified in the essay. These are institutional reforms and globalization of production. In 1980s China began reforms to shift economic decision making powers from government to local authorities. Another factor was sharing of production across the world.
Globalized Economy
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One of the areas where this trend may be observed is in the call center business, with several companies outsourcing their customer service and other operations to companies in countries such as India and China, in order to benefit from the lower costs and availability of skilled labor.
The Current Economic Situation Marked by High Unemployment and Low Inflation
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This essay gives an explanation of phenomenon of the contemporary economic trends that appeared in the Western Economies that witnessed existence of both high unemployment and high inflation at one and the same time. The researcher also the salient factors as well as requisite monetary and fiscal measures.
Monetary Policy
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One of the most important functions of the countrie is the regulation of money supply. This is dealt by the monetary policy of that particular country that has its limitations and demand serious attention from not only the policy makers but also the public who would have to follow these policies.
The USA Economics
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From 1890 to 1920 there was an era known as the progressive one as during this time period a new rule was applied that working time should be 8 hours, which caused much of progress in the economy. In the early years of American history, most political leaders were hesitant to heavily involve the federal government in the private sector.
The National Debt
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At its greatest level in history, the current deficits provide the economy with a small boost, but if allowed to continue on its path of projected growth, deficits will eventually result in the lower standards of living caused by a sustained stagnation of the economy. Citizens will also be deprived of various government programs.
To what extent does the success of E-Learning depend on the nature of an organisations culture?
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The continuous development of technology used in learning process have led organizations to update their existing learning schemes in order to increase the effectiveness of their training plans. In this context, the expansion of e-learning has been rapid in all industrial sectors.
The Good and Bad of Globalism
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Globalization is the latest trend which has been fuelled by the development and advancement of technologies, thus offering the citizens worldwide an opportunity to buy and sell products regardless of any geographical or national boundaries. It extends to all forms of activities such as commercial, financial, or even religious as well as cultural.
Multiple Economic Indicators and Stock Markets
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It is not uncommon to see immediate swings in the stock markets following the release of economic data for the country. Quite naturally, correctly anticipating the economic indicators and being on the “right” side of the market can prove to be extremely profitable for an investor.
Economic Indicators' Impact of Different Stock Categories
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The aim of the study was to identify the relationship between stock prices, and anticipated and unanticipated money supply changes. The research was done by making a regression model comprising of change in M2 money supply, Real GDP, and the Unemployment rate as the independent variables to explain the dependant variable, the S&P 500 index.
The Potato Chip Industry
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A monopoly market structure is characterized by meager or insignificant competition and complete control of the monopolist over the market. It is often learnt to be extremely profitable to the shareholders who intends to invest in a monopolistic business. It is because of the fact that the shareholders have to face insignificant risks of suffering loss.
Market Failure
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According to Hoque (2004) and the World Bank (1993) 150 development banks in 33 developing countries have been haunted by massive debt default and loan loss . The present subprime mortgage crisis that hit the credit markets and banking systems is due to the increase in loan defaulters, thus making the banks to bankrupt.
Factors Used to Measure the Economy
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Employment levels in a country show what percentages of people are gainfully employed from the population set which is eligible for employment. Essentially, the employment figures refer to the condition and the range of joblessness in an economic system. And a high level of employment often shows that an economy is undergoing a booming period.
Economic Impact on South Africa post Soccer World Cup: Research Proposal
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This research paper could be treated as a case study where the impact of an exogenous shock would be assessed on the demand schedule of a developing nation. The Soccer World Cup, well-known a global event, might lead to an influx of tourists which could push up the demand schedule in the positive direction.
Social and economic obligations of a contract
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According to Executive order 11246, that was amended by FAR 52.222-26, if the contractor such as USCGC seahalk, the contractor is required to have a well documnted affirmative action plan (AAP) on all business establishment locations if the contract entails a value of $ 50,000 and above.
Chinas Distinctive System: can it be a model for others?
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The methods used by China have produced growth via organizational as well as government structure, nevertheless, the successful application of this approach for other developing nations is unclear due to the varying degrees of society, government involvement, and the overall economy.
The Distribution of Economic and Social Resources
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Cultural factors have a great impact on working class families, their opportunities, and promotion. Rubin gives an example that for a white worker it is easy to obtain a good job in contrast to Latino or Asian minority employees. She underlines that failing economy deepens cultural diversity and limits opportunities to earn for living.
Which trade theories can help us understand the distribution of car production in the world economy?
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It is well understood that there is a shift in production and distribution of the car manufacturing. In order to understand this shift, it will be required to delve into the various trade theories proposed time to time by economists.
Google or Comcast Antitrust Investigation
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Google was accused of competing unfairly by introducing applications that were only compatible with their products. Google was also accused of colluding with Internet Service Providers. Most providers were proving the search engine as the default application, something that was considered as favoritism. The accusations did not go well with some of the industry players who felt that Google was engaging in unfair competition.
In What Ways Globalisation Involves a Complex Cultural Process?
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According to the report both economic and political activities are often either causes or effects of cultural change. Hence even they cannot remain independent of the cultural activities of the society. Culture, as a result, is influenced, changed, annihilated or developed by globalisation. In what ways does globalisation involve a complex cultural process?
The Role of IMF in providing assistanse to countries to overcome their economic problems
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Many economists agree that the IMF performs three major functions in the international monetary system. This functions include monitoring of the economic and financial developments of several countries, lending funds to several countries suffering problems of payment difficulties, promoting global monetary and exchange stability in the global economy.
Difference between non-profit public sector administration and private sector
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The domain of the public sector are those parts of economic and administrative life that have reference to the the delivery of goods and services by and for the government, whether at a national, regional or local level. The private sector, on the other hand, comprises of organisations which do not have affiliations with the government.
Financial Analysis of a Local Government in South Florida
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Financial analyses are important to the public as well as the government entities themselves. Financial analyses’ are used by t for local governments and many of the people that make it up. This list includes “mayors, city secretaries, financial department heads and heads of other departments as well as City Council members.
Socialization theories
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The theory of cognitive development is based in the principle, that the social development of a person goes through a number of stages, and during each of them the person perceives the world according to the strict standards, developed by Piaget.
Chinese Economic Growth: Problems and Perspectives
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Economic dominance can be defined as those countries that have grown or developed in terms of output, industrialization, telecommunication, technology and infrastructure among others. It is argued in the paper that Chinese fast growing economy may overlap United States economy in the coming future and that China may become the dominant country.
U.S International Trade
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Below re the values of goods and services in export and imports involved in international trade in United States (values in million dollars)
Use Of Computers In Construction Cost Controlling Process
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Cost controlling, as a tool to aid the process of design development, has been around for the best part of half a century, however, it is only in recent times that the technique has undergone a considerable facelift.
Changes in Family and Personal Finances in the Last Generations
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People of generation X lived through a period of social and economic turmoil. Social factors such as racism and gender discrimination in the workplace affected their financial status because of low productivity levels.
NAFTA
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According to the research findings, the 1960s witnessed an increase in nationalist sentiment critical of FDI. During the following decade many controversial actions were undertaken that aimed at reducing the foreign presence. The signing of the FTA between Canada and the United States was accompanied by significant debate in the former country.
Economy - Market structure & Macroeconomy
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Mombasa is an important shipping port for imports and exports along the East African coast, it is also a popular tourist area, with many hotels to the North and South of the 15 square km island. The population of Mombasa is roughly 900,000.
Beggar Thy Neighbor
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Paragraph 2 line 2 Explain the abolishment of usury ceilings as the experimented by the two countries.
Long run economic growth and development
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This essay focuses on the interrelationships of particular aspect of economic development with the long-term growth of a country. In order to understand, why some countries are able to develop and grow better than others, it is important to consider the theoretical background of development and determine the drivers of growth for different nations.
Account for Amartya Sen's Approach to Development as Freedom
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According to the report Amartya Sen’s developmental freedom exposes freedom as the key value in development. The growth of freedom is seen as the end to and resources of development. Sen says that development is something that can be seen and is a process of increasing people’s freedom. This paper discusses Sen’s approach to development.
Economic and Monetary Union in Europe
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This system also guarantees deferred payment”. In the 1940’s America and Britain tried to introduce an international monitory system under the label of Bretton Woods. Bretton Woods system failed to prosper because of many reasons. However, during the latter part of the twentieth century, European countries succeeded in integrating the European world.
Obesity
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Childhood obesity is a condition where surplus body fat will harmfully have an effect upon a child's health or well-being. While techniques to establish body fat straightforwardly are not easy, the identification of obesity is often based on Body Mass Index (BMI).
Hierarchy of Needs and FIT theory
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Most needs are easily understood Self Actualization, however, has been a matter of debate.( Peet, 1999) Abraham Maslow defined Self Actualization as “the intrinsic growth of what is already in the organism, or more accurately, of what the organism is".
Macro and micro economics
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For example when the shirts produced are 90 the amount of computer forgone are less in China than in America, hence low opportunity cost. This means if there is trade China will benefit more, this is because it will import computers and export shirts since the opportunity cost for computers is low.
Comparison of Perfect Competition and Monopoly
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According to the paper, market structures are important in the sense that they affect the market outcomes, because they have great impact on the motivation and decisions. It is very critical for the business, that market structures are correctly identified and established to identify the correct resources which are to be directed towards them.
The Effects of Disasters on Turkeys Economic Development
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These range from earthquakes and tsunamis to typhoons, floods especially places receiving heavy rains, volcanic eruptions, mudslides, hurricanes and extensive earth movements, to droughts and famines. Disasters have far-reaching effects on various aspects including loss of lives and livelihoods, destruction of infrastructure, disease out breaks, destruction of social and economic structures in their wake.
Free to Choose: A Personal Statement, by Milton and Rose Friedman
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The crux of the book lies in its emphasis on freedom both human and economic, and also the concept of equity. The concept of Adam Smith’s laissez faire approach has been
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