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Michael Kardalinos The Effects of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. An Evaluation Michael Kardalinos The Effects of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. An Evaluation Новинка

Michael Kardalinos The Effects of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. An Evaluation

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2016 in the subject Economics - Economic Cycle and Growth, grade: 1,00, Jacobs University Bremen gGmbH, language: English, abstract: The paper analyses the impact of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) to answer the question whether the stimulus was an appropriate crisis response. This is done by looking at the official purposes of the Act, namely, Job creation and promotion of economic recovery, assisting those most impacted by the recession, state and local government budget stabilization and long-term investments. It is an interesting read for everyone who wants to know more about the effectiveness of deficit spending during the Great Recession.
Stephen Gumboh Import Substitution Industrialization and the Effects of Globalization on the Manufacturing Sector in Zambia Stephen Gumboh Import Substitution Industrialization and the Effects of Globalization on the Manufacturing Sector in Zambia Новинка

Stephen Gumboh Import Substitution Industrialization and the Effects of Globalization on the Manufacturing Sector in Zambia

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2012 in the subject Economics - Case Scenarios, grade: A, Atlantic International University (School of Business and Economics), course: Globalization and International Development, language: English, abstract: The paper discusses the essence of the Import Substitution Industrialization (ISI) policy adopted by the Zambian government prior to trade liberalization and the effects of globalization on the growth and development of manufacturing sector thereafter. Specifically, the paper analyses the merits and effectiveness of the ISI policy on the growth of the Zambia industry with particular emphasis on the impact of globalization and trade liberalization on the Zambian manufacturing sector and the government possible measures and instruments necessary to maximize the benefits of globalization.The paper proves the heavy impact of trade liberalization on the manufacturing sector in peak period of its implementation. As for the import substitution policy and the effects of globalization on the growth and development of manufacturing sector, the paper also cites these among many other factors as major attributes to a greater extent to the failure of the manufacturing sector to perform to expectation over the peak period of trade liberalization. Government policies to cushion itself from the effects of globalization and to revitalize the manufacturing sector are equally proved to have brought about some favorable results despite the many ...
Bele Krüger Economic Openness. Social Expenditure and Credible Commitments Bele Krüger Economic Openness. Social Expenditure and Credible Commitments Новинка

Bele Krüger Economic Openness. Social Expenditure and Credible Commitments

Seminar paper from the year 2017 in the subject Politics - Basics and General, grade: 1,0, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, language: English, abstract: The aim of this paper is to study the relationship between globalization, government expenditure and credible commitments of the government. Moreover, the hypothesis that states increase social spending to build support for increasing economic openness was tested. The study is deeply grounded in an extensive literature on the research works in the related area and on compensation hypothesis, efficiency hypothesis, and credible commitment hypothesis. An empirical analysis of economic and social data of twenty-three OECD countries was performed for the period between 1960 and 2013 to test the hypothesis. The hypothesis, more government expenditure leads to greater globalization was not rejected. Hence, it was proved by empirical investigation that more social expenditure leads to more economic openness.
Louis DiNatale American Tolerance of Government Intervention and Socialist Agendas During an Economic Recession Louis DiNatale American Tolerance of Government Intervention and Socialist Agendas During an Economic Recession Новинка

Louis DiNatale American Tolerance of Government Intervention and Socialist Agendas During an Economic Recession

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2009 in the subject Business economics - Economic Policy, grade: A, Northcentral University (School of Business), course: Special Topics in Business and Technology Management, language: English, abstract: This scholarly research paper analyzes whether American's predisposed opposition to socialism is genuine in light of the extensive welfare programs already administered by the United States government and plans for increasingly more government intervention. The research considers the history of America's welfare reform, American perceptions regarding the utility of welfare, and if extensive government intervention, as in the national health care plan, and radical socialistic reform are in line with American ideals and acceptable when national hegemony and economic primacy lies in jeopardy.
Fred Haggerson The Failures of Reaganomics and Neoliberalism Fred Haggerson The Failures of Reaganomics and Neoliberalism Новинка

Fred Haggerson The Failures of Reaganomics and Neoliberalism

Polemic Paper from the year 2016 in the subject Business economics - Economic Policy, , language: English, abstract: President Ronald Reagan promoted and passed into law provisions of an economic plan that came to be known as Reaganomics. The principles of his plan were based on the neoliberal economic theory originally developed by Friedrich Hayek and Ludwig Von Mises of the Austrian school of economics. The major principles followed by Reaganomics were as follows: 1) totally free markets, devoid of government intervention are the best way to promote economic growth and personal freedom, 2) the government should refrain from any interference economic matters, 3) taxes should be kept at as low as possible to stimulate economic growth, 4) government regulations should be eliminated except those that ensure contracts, 5) government should not own businesses or property and should privatize those that it does own, and 6) international trade should be promoted by removing all tariffs and quotas. Laws and policies based on neoliberalism were passed from 1981 through 2008 in the US and have had influence on the national economy down to the present. Based on analysis of economic results and political developments during the period this paper argues that Reaganomics and neoliberalism have failed to improve economic growth and the preserve personal freedom above that provided by of the Welfare State which has developed in the US and OECD countries for more than a hundred years. Furthe...
Eva Rosenkranz An economic analysis of the Motivation Crowding-out Theory Eva Rosenkranz An economic analysis of the Motivation Crowding-out Theory Новинка

Eva Rosenkranz An economic analysis of the Motivation Crowding-out Theory

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2005 in the subject Business economics - General, grade: 1.3, Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, 52 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: This paper is concerned with an economic analysis of Frey's Motivation Crowding-Out Theory, which states that monetary rewards crowd-out intrinsic motivation. Crowding-out effects, conditions as well as implications for economics will be examined in detail by analyzing the highly controversial psychological and economic, mainly human resource, literature. Throughout the paper, the question whether crowding-out effects are of relevance to classical economic theory will be looked at from different point of views. Finally, a conclusion suggests that at this state of information an integration of the concept of crowding-out is not recommendable.
Charles Patton The effects of property upon society and government investigated Charles Patton The effects of property upon society and government investigated Новинка

Charles Patton The effects of property upon society and government investigated

Полный вариант заголовка: «The effects of property upon society and government investigated : containing illustration of the influence of property on mental energy, national character, manners, government, and civilazation : to which is added an historical review of the monarchy and republic of Rome, upon the principles derived from the effects of property / by Charles Patton ; historical review by Robert Patton».
Alfred E. Eckes, Jr. The Contemporary Global Economy. A History since 1980 Alfred E. Eckes, Jr. The Contemporary Global Economy. A History since 1980 Новинка

Alfred E. Eckes, Jr. The Contemporary Global Economy. A History since 1980

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The Contemporary Global Economy provides a lively overview of recent turbulence in the world economy, focusing on the dynamics of globalization since the 1980s. It explains the main drivers of economic change and how we are able to discern their effects in the world today. A lucid and balanced survey, based on extensive research in data and documents, accessible to the non-specialist Written by a renowned specialist in international economic relations with academic and government credentials Offers clear and engaging explanations of the main motors of economic change and how we are able to discern their effects in the world today The author assumes little knowledge of economic theory or financial markets Identifies the challenges for sustainable recovery and economic growth in the years ahead
Katherine Willoughby G. Public Budgeting in Context. Structure, Law, Reform and Results Katherine Willoughby G. Public Budgeting in Context. Structure, Law, Reform and Results Новинка

Katherine Willoughby G. Public Budgeting in Context. Structure, Law, Reform and Results

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Public budgeting structure, process, legal framework and policy with examples from industrialized and developing countries Public Budgeting in Context examines budgeting at all levels of U.S. government—federal, state, and local—and in a sample of governments around the world. The book assesses the context of public budgeting in these governments, especially the legal foundations for its practice and how the process and final budgets are impacted by governance structures, laws, various budget actors and different branches of government. The author presents focused attention on the influences on government budgets of the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government, the bureaucracy, the public and the media. In light of worldwide fiscal malaise, especially during and since the Great Recession, this book illustrates the heightened complexity of the budgeting environment that pervades all governments today—industrialized or developing, large or small. For those who like to dive into the details, the book presents numerous examples of public budgeting as practiced and points to the wealth of data available for analyses of the budgetary context and process, budget shares and results regarding virtually any government of interest. Chapters cover the constitutional and statutory provisions for budgeting in selected governments. Budget and policy agenda setting and executive leadership, legislative budget powers and the influence of the judiciary on modern government budgets are exposed. Budget execution requirements of the bureaucracy, the input of customers, clients and citizens to government budgets, and media influences on public budgets and agencies are highlighted. Budget mechanics—budget types, formats, timelines and reforms—are introduced and compared. Taxes and intergovernmental revenues are considered, with predominant tax choices at every level of government in the United States and those in a select, developing country represented. The book introduces an emerging method for investigating the outcomes of government spending—human rights budget analysis—and includes as an example the assessment of budget reform and results of public health spending in one selected government. Highlights of Public Budgeting in Context Offers a comprehensive text for understanding public budgeting in governments of a variety of contexts and capacities and across different levels Written by a noted expert in the field of public budgeting and financial management Contains illustrative examples from industrialized and developing countries Guides to innumerable datasets with information about governments and their budgets Includes a companion website filled with templates for budget and fiscal analysis Unravel the complex issues of modern public budgeting using this unique presentation of its practice in a variety of governments in the U.S. and a select sample from around the world.
Eric Coggins Exploring Causal Relationships Between the US Economy and Cambodian Garment Industry Eric Coggins Exploring Causal Relationships Between the US Economy and Cambodian Garment Industry Новинка

Eric Coggins Exploring Causal Relationships Between the US Economy and Cambodian Garment Industry

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2011 in the subject Economics - International Economic Relations, grade: 93, Regent University School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, language: English, abstract: This paper explores the impact of government and consumer decisions made in a major developed country like the United States of America on political, economic, and social conditions in a smaller developing country like the Kingdom of Cambodia. Specifically, the paper attempts to demonstrate what effect, if any, decisions in USA housing sector on employment in the Cambodia.
Florian Meyer Donor harmonisation, Ownership and Aid Effectiveness Florian Meyer Donor harmonisation, Ownership and Aid Effectiveness Новинка

Florian Meyer Donor harmonisation, Ownership and Aid Effectiveness

Master's Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Development Politics, grade: 1,0, University of Birmingham (International Development Department), language: English, abstract: This paper deals with the aid instrument budget support and discusses its strengths and weaknesses in terms of the expected effects of the instrument in areas such as donor harmonisation, ownership, aid effectiveness and accountability. By presenting the international context in which the rise of program-based approaches, such as budget support, took place and by summarizing the actual debate about the instrument and its effectiveness, the paper elaborates a set of assumptions and hypothesises which are affecting the overall performance of the instrument and have to be addressed based on the specific country context. In consequence, it examines and tests these assumptions by critically analyzing the Multi Donor Budget Support in Ghana based on a field study conducted in Accra in July 2010. The central argument of the paper is that general budget support can be one of the most effective aid instruments available at the time, as long as problems inherent to the instrument are addressed and tackled to prevent negative side effects. It comes to the conclusion that the MDBS in Ghana, although there is still room for improvement and entry points for critique, is a functioning example on how to acknowledge and implement the principles of the Paris Declaration on...
Stephen Gumboh Practicality of Stakeholder Participation in the Local Government Budgeting System in Zambia Stephen Gumboh Practicality of Stakeholder Participation in the Local Government Budgeting System in Zambia Новинка

Stephen Gumboh Practicality of Stakeholder Participation in the Local Government Budgeting System in Zambia

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2012 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Africa, grade: A, Atlantic International University (School of Business and Economics), course: Government Budgeting, language: English, abstract: The paper focuses on the extent of stakeholder participation in budget making process at the local government. In the context of the study, the term stakeholder mean persons, institutions, organizations and groups of people who have direct or indirect interest in the budgeting process at any or all levels of the governance's structure and activities thereof. The paper provides an analysis on the practicality of stakeholder participation or simply participatory budgeting in the local government system in Zambia using Kabwe Municipal Council as case study. An analysis of the challenges that the Government at the level of local government faces in its quest to incorporate participatory budgeting at the local level is also presented. The direction of the paper focuses mainly on the general assessment of the conditions for effective participatory budgeting and its impact on the stakeholder community. Kabwe Municipal Council was ideally suitable for the study as the first pilot council to have practiced participatory budgeting in Zambia. The primary focus in the Kabwe Municipal Council case study is on the extent to which stakeholder participation is promoted in the budgeting process by measuring the extent against the conditi...
Ruman Khan The impact of fiscal policy on economic growth. A case Study of Pakistan (2002-2014) Ruman Khan The impact of fiscal policy on economic growth. A case Study of Pakistan (2002-2014) Новинка

Ruman Khan The impact of fiscal policy on economic growth. A case Study of Pakistan (2002-2014)

Seminar paper from the year 2016 in the subject Economy - Theory of Competition, Competition Policy, grade: A, , course: Economics, language: English, abstract: In this study we will assess the impact of fiscal policy on economic growth during the period of 2002-2014. The data of the study will be collected from economic surveys of Pakistan various editions, statistical supplements and Budget documents. To check the stationarity of the data, computer software will be used for a fitting auto-regressive time series model. The study is designed as follows: Literature available on this topic is analyzed in section two, objective of the study, hypothesis of the study, model fitting, source of data, methodology, conclusion and references are presented in chapter three, four, five, six, seven and eight respectively.Fiscal policy is the effective and practical policy of all governments. Under fiscal policy a government uses its expenses or expenditures (developmental and non-developmental) and revenues (taxes and non-taxes) to produce desirable effects on economic activities and avoid undesirable ones on the national income, production and employment opportunities in a country. It also plays a vital role in the leading overall economic activities. According to F.R.Glahe (1985), "By fiscal policy is meant the regulation of the level of government expenditure and taxation to achieve full employment without inflation in the economy". If the mass community of a country have an ac...
Frederick Omoyoma Odorige Policing the Gaps between Budgets and Implementation in Developing Economies. The Impediments to Welfare and Security in Ghana and Nigeria Frederick Omoyoma Odorige Policing the Gaps between Budgets and Implementation in Developing Economies. The Impediments to Welfare and Security in Ghana and Nigeria Новинка

Frederick Omoyoma Odorige Policing the Gaps between Budgets and Implementation in Developing Economies. The Impediments to Welfare and Security in Ghana and Nigeria

Academic Paper from the year 2017 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Globalization, Political Economics, grade: 1, , course: International and European Studies, language: English, abstract: This paper sets out to historicize on the trajectories of budgeting and their implementation in Ghana and Nigeria and make an analysis of some of their budgets and implementation and examine in detail, the causative factors orchestrating the phenomenon of improper budget planning and implementation.Besides, the paper ascertains the role of law enforcement and anti-corruption agencies in budget policing and specifically examines some selected incidences of lapes within the implementation period. Furthrtmore, it identifies the impications of the prevalence of improper budget implementation and assesses the role of law enforcement and corruption agencies in both countries in order to ascertain detected lapses in implementation. To relate and connect an aspect of this paper with another of the author's paper on the politics of godfatherism in Nigeria is also important.The aim is to weigh a common factor bordering on bloated salaries of top government officials as it affects various aspects of governance and development. The paper also proffers recommendations on practical ways to arrest the malaise of under-implementation of budgets which has resulted in protracted underdevelopment.
Kurt Lehberger Modernization in Rural Korea. The Case of Cooperative Farming in South Korea 1984 Kurt Lehberger Modernization in Rural Korea. The Case of Cooperative Farming in South Korea 1984 Новинка

Kurt Lehberger Modernization in Rural Korea. The Case of Cooperative Farming in South Korea 1984

Academic Paper from the year 1984 in the subject Sociology - Basics and General, , language: English, abstract: The study shows the socio-economic development in rural regions in South Korea. The agricultural structure and the agricultural constitution are presented and historical peculiarities are shown. The government program Saemaul Undong - the new village movement - is described and its effects critically questioned. The credit unions and other cooperatives are presented and their benefits for the development of the rural population are evaluated.
Christian Briggl Die Budgetpolitik in Schweden Christian Briggl Die Budgetpolitik in Schweden Новинка

Christian Briggl Die Budgetpolitik in Schweden

Diplomarbeit aus dem Jahr 2005 im Fachbereich Politik - Internationale Politik - Region: Westeuropa, Note: 2, Universität Wien, 97 Quellen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: The goal of this master thesis was to prove that budget policy of consolidation is not inconsistent with a social welfare state á la Esping Andersen. The horrible economic and structural crises at the beginning of the 90ies in Sweden were resulting in budget deficit of -11,9 % of GDP. First the author shows two scientific possibilities how to deal with budget consolidations. Afterwards the dissertation goes on at the change of government 1994 and researches the new guidelines of the Swedish budget process which is dominated by the so called "top-down technique". Further two major policy fields - administration and social policy - should show how the reforms helped to consolidate general government budget. At the end the work goes one governmental level deeper to see how the reforms of the budget process influences the local governments.
Tsitsi Muvunzi The Role of the International Community in Domestic Politics Tsitsi Muvunzi The Role of the International Community in Domestic Politics Новинка

Tsitsi Muvunzi The Role of the International Community in Domestic Politics

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2011 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Africa, grade: A-, Ewha Womans University (Graduate School of International Studies), course: International Political Economy, language: English, abstract: This paper examines the impact of the sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe. It provides an in-depth analysis of the effects of targeted sanctions in compelling the targeted group to act favorably. The paper scrutinizes the nature of the targeted sanctions and gives empirical evidence on how their impact has been severely curtailed by non participation of other nations, lack of clarity, inconsistencies in implementation and challenges on the legitimacy of the sanctions among other issues. This article also goes further to analyze the spillover effects of the targeted sanctions particularly on the economic and social service sectors. The article argues that despite the weaknesses inherent in the nature of these sanctions and their spillover effects, the sanctions have facilitated better aid management that has resulted in successful implementation of aid projects without sidelining the government and without the donors being meddled in political squabbles.
William Tennant Thoughts on the effects of the British government on the State of India William Tennant Thoughts on the effects of the British government on the State of India Новинка

William Tennant Thoughts on the effects of the British government on the State of India

Полный вариант заголовка: «Thoughts on the effects of the British government on the State of India : accompanied with hints concerning the means of conveying civil and religious instructions to the natives of that country / by the Rev. William Tennant».
C. Maloney J Back to the Land. Arthurdale, FDR's New Deal, and the Costs of Economic Planning C. Maloney J Back to the Land. Arthurdale, FDR's New Deal, and the Costs of Economic Planning Новинка

C. Maloney J Back to the Land. Arthurdale, FDR's New Deal, and the Costs of Economic Planning

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How New Deal economic policies played out in the small town of Arthurdale, West Virginia Today, the U.S. government is again moving to embrace New Deal-like economic policies. While much has been written about the New Deal from a macro perspective, little has been written about how New Deal programs played out on the ground. In Back to the Land, author CJ Maloney tells the true story of Arthurdale, West Virginia, a town created as a «pet project» of the Roosevelts. Designed to be (in the words of Eleanor Roosevelt) «a human experiment station», she was to create a «New American» citizen who would embrace a collectivist form of life. This book tells the story of what happened to the people resettled in Arthurdale and how the policies implemented there shaped America as we know it. Arthurdale was the foundation upon which modern America was built. Details economic history at the micro level, revealing the true effects of New Deal economic policies on everyday life Addresses the pros and cons of federal government economic policies Describes how good intentions and grand ideas can result in disastrous consequences, not only in purely materialistic terms but, most important, in respect for the rule of law Back to the Land is a valuable addition to economic and historical literature.
Inna Baier Monetary Theory and Policy. The Effects of Money in an Economy Inna Baier Monetary Theory and Policy. The Effects of Money in an Economy Новинка

Inna Baier Monetary Theory and Policy. The Effects of Money in an Economy

Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject Economics - Monetary theory and policy, grade: 1,8, Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, language: English, abstract: This Paper aims to explain the effects of money in an economy. The beginning of the Paper analyses the money supply, the money demand and which variables determinate it or how they influence them. Further the paper analyses how the money stock could be used by the central bank and the government as monetary instrument to invent into economy. At certain stages endnotes will refer to the interest rate theory and try to answer, how strong it influences the money amount.
Navneet Toppo, Rommel Khan, Vivek Raj Role of FDI in India Navneet Toppo, Rommel Khan, Vivek Raj Role of FDI in India Новинка

Navneet Toppo, Rommel Khan, Vivek Raj Role of FDI in India

Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2013 in the subject Economics - International Economic Relations, National University of Study & Research in Law, course: BA.LLB, language: English, abstract: The concept of a Foreign Directed Investment is a very important part of the Indian Economy because Economic liberalization had varying effects on the behavior of economic factors and therefore on the evolution of various economic sectors and the Indian economy as a whole. Liberalizing reforms were intended to have a strong impact on the investment process. The method of allowing FDI started in the 1990's, when the economy was liberalized, thereby allowing foreign goods to this paper tries to examine the developments in both economic and political aspects, relating to the growth in the FDI. We also evaluate and try to establish whether there is any relation between the FDI and the economic growth and prosperity across the various Indian states. In other words, has the link between the economic growth of a state and the amount of FDI become stronger in the aftermath of the reforms? Another point to notice is that there appears to be a large amount of regional income disparity between the states due to the larger amounts of association of FDI.
Babajide Ololajulo The Oil Producing Community Identity in Nigeria. A Politico-economic Resource Babajide Ololajulo The Oil Producing Community Identity in Nigeria. A Politico-economic Resource Новинка

Babajide Ololajulo The Oil Producing Community Identity in Nigeria. A Politico-economic Resource

Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2009 in the subject African Studies, University of Nigeria (University of Ibadan, Nigeria), language: English, abstract: This paper focuses on the socio-political and economic issues involved in the production of oil producing and non-oil producing communities as categories of identification in Nigeria. Using Ilaje people of Ondo State as a case, this paper, through qualitative methods of study, examines the factors of history, elite politics, and the state in identity formulation and the effects which the construction of the "other" among a supposed homogeneous group has on the existing forms of social relationship. It is established from the study that though the advantage of the oil producing community identity is utilized to attain political and economic height, the identity remains subordinate to a much larger and inclusive Ilaje identity. Generally, this paper is a reflection on how identity is manipulated even in the local context to suit competition for resources. It discusses the cultural creation of space and its hegemonization in quest of making exclusive and optimum advantage of resource in the space. The paper concludes that even when the spatial differentiation is yet to generate any remarkable conflict, the feelings of "oneness" appears to have been sufficiently weakened.
Lena B. Venezuela. Economic Structure, Economic Policy and International Economic Relations Lena B. Venezuela. Economic Structure, Economic Policy and International Economic Relations Новинка

Lena B. Venezuela. Economic Structure, Economic Policy and International Economic Relations

Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject Economics - International Economic Relations, grade: 1,3, Wiesbaden University of Applied Sciences (Wiesbaden Business School), language: English, abstract: This paper is about the South American country Venezuela. It starts by giving a basic overview, followed by the Economic Policy. Venezuela is still a developing country, so there is information about the development policy efforts to improve. Furthermore I wrote about the grade of governmental interference in economy and how the Venezuelan government carries out fiscal, monetary and foreign exchange policy. In the fourth chapter, you learn about the current macroeconomic situation concerning the GDP situation, unemployment and especially about the extremely high inflation. After that the economic structure of Venezuela is described by subdividing it to the agricultural, industrial and service sector and a conclusion about the most significant branch in Venezuela, the oil industry. In the sixth chapter the international economic relations of Venezuela are presented by showing the main trade partners and the products which exchanged. Moreover the attractiveness for FDI is examined and I give a description about the reasons for emigration and besides about Venezuela's participation in customs unions and free trade areas. I conclude the paper by giving my personal opinion about Venezuela's major problems and potentials.
Summary of the budget of the national government of Canada for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1954 (presented on February 19, 1953) Summary of the budget of the national government of Canada for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1954 (presented on February 19, 1953) Новинка

Summary of the budget of the national government of Canada for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1954 (presented on February 19, 1953)

Эта книга — репринт оригинального издания (издательство "Washington, U.S. G.P.O.", 1953 год), созданный на основе электронной копии высокого разрешения, которую очистили и обработали вручную, сохранив структуру и орфографию оригинального издания. Редкие, забытые и малоизвестные книги, изданные с петровских времен до наших дней, вновь доступны в виде печатных книг.Summary of the budget of the national government of Canada for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1954 (presented on February 19, 1953).
Summary of the budget of the national government of Canada for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1953 Summary of the budget of the national government of Canada for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1953 Новинка

Summary of the budget of the national government of Canada for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1953

Эта книга — репринт оригинального издания (издательство "Washington : U.S. G.P.O.", 1952 год), созданный на основе электронной копии высокого разрешения, которую очистили и обработали вручную, сохранив структуру и орфографию оригинального издания. Редкие, забытые и малоизвестные книги, изданные с петровских времен до наших дней, вновь доступны в виде печатных книг.Summary of the budget of the national government of Canada for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1953.
Stephanie Theresa Trapp Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. Side effects of an economic treaty on national security policy Stephanie Theresa Trapp Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. Side effects of an economic treaty on national security policy Новинка

Stephanie Theresa Trapp Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. Side effects of an economic treaty on national security policy

Seminar paper from the year 2014 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: USA, grade: 1,0, Norwich University (College of Liberal Arts), course: International Security Policy, language: English, abstract: The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) which is intensely discussed in the media as well political and economic interest groups and political parties seems to have the potential to become "the largest bilateral trade and investment negotiation ever undertaken" between two major politico-economic blocks, namely the United States of America and the European Union. Its presumable effects will not only be visible on the economic level, but also profoundly affect judicial, political, social , and security issues. Due to the financial and Euro zone crises, the pact is about to be reshuffled, politico-economical powers have to be balanced anew and governments look for innovative and sustainable ways to reinvigorate their economies to position their industries and enterprises in the most competitive way on a global level. In this paper, the question of to what extent will potential effects of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) Program affect (1) U.S. and (2) European Security Policy attitudes will be answered and the ways to get to this answer will be explained.This paper does not intend to promote or reject the TTIP initiative in a biased way, but to factually show potential positive and negative effects it would h...
Grover Norquist Glenn Debacle. Obama's War on Jobs and Growth and What We Can Do Now to Regain Our Future Grover Norquist Glenn Debacle. Obama's War on Jobs and Growth and What We Can Do Now to Regain Our Future Новинка

Grover Norquist Glenn Debacle. Obama's War on Jobs and Growth and What We Can Do Now to Regain Our Future

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A provocative critique of the Obama administration's economic policies and an examination of America's difficult economic future During the 2008 presidential campaign, Barack Obama promised «a net spending cut» to make government smaller in order to reduce the deficit. But this huge increase in government spending and debt, and the resulting prospect of higher taxes, will make America a poorer country. Are Americans happier because the government has determined where this money should be spent? According to John Lott and Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist, the answer is no, and in Debacle: Obama's War on Jobs and Growth and What We Can Do Now to Regain Our Future they explain why. Obama's economic policies have raised unemployment, slowed economic growth, dramatically raised the national debt, squandered taxpayer money through poor investments, and damaged the housing market. The book explains why Obama's policies on spending, taxes, and regulation have all worked to harm the recovery, increase unemployment, and depress housing prices. The Congressional Budget Office estimates that the deficits that President Obama proposes for the years from 2011 through 2020 come to a staggering $126,000 per family of four, and John Lott and Grover Norquist make clear why the costs outweigh the benefits Explains why Keynesian economics is more a way of transferring wealth to political constituencies than a legitimate economic theory for understanding how the economy operates Posits that Obama's economic policies were more an opportunity «to do big things» than to solve the country's economic problems Arguing that the policies of the Obama administration have created widespread economic chaos, Debacle is a bleak look at American finance from Grover Norquist.
Dennis Masaka Zimbabwe.s Government of National Unity (GNU) Dennis Masaka Zimbabwe.s Government of National Unity (GNU) Новинка

Dennis Masaka Zimbabwe.s Government of National Unity (GNU)

This work explores the utility of Zimbabwe's Government of National Unity (GNU) in dealing with the unprecedented economic crisis that have haunted the country since the turn of the new millennium. Predicated on a comparative analysis of the political and economic situation in the pre-GNU period, and the political and economic situation in the post-GNU period, the work notes that there is a positive correlation between a political democracy and economic liberalization, and success thereof. The work,therefore, concludes that the formation of the GNU, that has sought to democratise political space and the market, has helped in arresting the endemic economic crisis that have troubled Zimbabwe since the turn of the new millennium.
Korbinian Stinglhamer The effect of Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) on racial inequality in South Africa Korbinian Stinglhamer The effect of Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) on racial inequality in South Africa Новинка

Korbinian Stinglhamer The effect of Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) on racial inequality in South Africa

Seminar paper from the year 2016 in the subject Economics - Case Scenarios, grade: 1,0, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Economics), course: Economics 477: Economic Development of Africa, language: English, abstract: This paper investigates the Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) program in South Africa and its economic justification by analyzing the trends in both, intra- and interracial inequality, since the implementation of BEE. Even though inequality is driven by many different factors, this paper attempts to analyze whether BEE was able to effectively reduce inequality in the way that it was intended. My findings suggest that BEE might have helped to reduce inequality between different races, but that it increased inequality among black people.During Apartheid, black people were excluded from major parts of South Africa's economy. This resulted in an unequal income distribution in South Africa. Even after Apartheid ended in 1994 income was distributed unequally between races. In order to reduce this inequality and equalize opportunities between the different races in South Africa, the government implemented an affirmative action program called Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) in 2003. In this case and in the following sections, the word "black" defines a racial group, including Africans, coloreds and Indians and can thus be used as synonym for "non-whites." BEE introduced a scorecard which rates companies based on their economic inclusion of black peopl...
Ganna Kuznetsova THE WELFARE EFFECT OF EXPORT RESTRICTIONS Ganna Kuznetsova THE WELFARE EFFECT OF EXPORT RESTRICTIONS Новинка

Ganna Kuznetsova THE WELFARE EFFECT OF EXPORT RESTRICTIONS

On September 28, 2006, Ukrainian government introduced licensing of grain exports, which was afterwards replaced with a quota system. The paper adopts the partial equilibrium analysis for empirical evaluation of the effect of export quotas and taxes with 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% rates under the assumption of a "small" county case. For this purpose the paper provides the required domestic demand and supply, and import demand elasticities. On the basis of the estimated price elasticities a quantitative estimation is conducted on the welfare effects of wheat producers, consumers, the government and the country as a whole. The econometric results demonstrate that export quotas are not desirable for national welfare, and export taxes are sound alternatives.
Victor Butorin Economic Consequences of 3D Printing Victor Butorin Economic Consequences of 3D Printing Новинка

Victor Butorin Economic Consequences of 3D Printing

Seminar paper from the year 2014 in the subject Economics - Case Scenarios, grade: 1.7, Leipzig Graduate School of Management, language: English, abstract: The aim of this paper is to explain the process of additive manufacturing, understand what the benefits of 3D printing are and what economic consequences it will have and finally analyze the prospect of 3D printing to become the mainstream technology.
Julia Martins Trade and Economic Growth Julia Martins Trade and Economic Growth Новинка

Julia Martins Trade and Economic Growth

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Economics - Foreign Trade Theory, Trade Policy, grade: 1,0, Vienna University of Economics and Business (Institut für Außenwirtschaft und Entwicklung), language: English, abstract: The following paper relates two of the most important economic phenomena, namely economic growth and international trade. Before analysing the relationship between two economic phenomena in detail, an overview of some of the most prominent empirical empirical studies concerning the relationship between openness to international trade and economic growth in general is provided. As most of them seem to have reached the conclusion that trade influences growth in a positive way, the question for the reasons of this presumably positive relationship arises. Factors which cause or influence economic growth in general as well as various channels through which trade might have an influence on growth are presented in the third and forth section. The importance of various sources of economic and the Solow-Model and the AK-Model are introduced in order to distinguish between long-run and short-run effects of capital accumulation, learning by doing and R&D on economic growth. The remaining analysis concentrates on one channel in particular, namely on howtrade determines a country's import and export structure. The importance of therange of products a country produces is enormous and affects economic growth and welfare. The fifth section introduces the st...
Jürgen Schwießelmann Effects of Fiscal Policy Jürgen Schwießelmann Effects of Fiscal Policy Новинка

Jürgen Schwießelmann Effects of Fiscal Policy

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Economic Policy, grade: 1,3, University of applied sciences, Munich, language: English, abstract: This study is dealing with the topic fiscal policy. In the study a multi step approach is used to discuss this theme.In the first part the theory of fiscal policy is introduced. It will be explained how fiscal policy effects the economy and what are the effects of fiscal policy. In the second part at the example of U.S. it will be explained how fiscal policy was applied as a reaction to the financial crisis. In the last part the advantages and disadvantages of fiscal policy are presented. It will be also discussed if the governmental use of fiscal policy is an appropriate strategy in the current situation.
Aylin Kadriye Tansel Economic Analysis of India as a Potential Location for HelloFresh Aylin Kadriye Tansel Economic Analysis of India as a Potential Location for HelloFresh Новинка

Aylin Kadriye Tansel Economic Analysis of India as a Potential Location for HelloFresh

Seminar paper from the year 2018 in the subject Business economics - Economic Policy, grade: 1,3, Wiesbaden University of Applied Sciences, language: English, abstract: India has evolved to become one of the leading industrialised economies in the world and realised remarkable socioeconomic development since its independence only seven decades ago. However, India is still facing numerous challenges hampering the economic development of this nation. Not only economic welfare, but also social, political and environmental aspects play an important role for assessing the risk and attractiveness of India for a project. This paper will conduct an economic analysis of India as a potential location for the project 'HelloFresh'. First, a short presentation about HelloFresh will be given, followed by an illustration about the country's background including general information and a demonstration on India's health and educational issues. After that, the development of macroeconomic indicators for the last three years will be depicted. This includes the analysis of India's GDP, GDP growth, composition of GDP, GDP per capita and distribution of GDP. Furthermore, the topics inflation, unemployment, India's balance of payment situation, government and foreign debt situation will be elaborated before the exchange rate system and development will be explained. In the fifth chapter, the most important project specific indicators of the evaluation of the market entry cas...
John Maynard Keynes Indian Currency and Finance John Maynard Keynes Indian Currency and Finance Новинка

John Maynard Keynes Indian Currency and Finance

Published in 1913, this is the first book from the renowned economist, and demonstrates the beginnings of the philosophies of macroeconomics and government intervention into economic matters that would characterize his later work. Here, Keynes discusses.... how changing from a silver to a gold standard impacted the Indian economy. a brief history of the gold standard. some surprising differences between coins and paper currency. governmental policies regarding reserves and cash balances. the strengths and weaknesses of the Indian banking system. and more.British economist JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES (1883-1946) also wrote The Economic Consequences of the Peace (1919), The End of Laissez-Faire (1926), The Means to Prosperity (1933), and General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money (1936).ALSO FROM COSIMO: Keynes's A Treatise on Probability and The Economic Consequences of Peace
The Economic Report of the President 2009. With the Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisors The Economic Report of the President 2009. With the Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisors Новинка

The Economic Report of the President 2009. With the Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisors

This is the annual Economic Report of the President for 2009 originally issued by the Council of Economic Advisers to the President. Each year in February, the Council of Economic Advisers submits this report on its activities during the previous calendar year in accordance with the requirements of the Congress as set forth in section 10(d) of the Employment Act of 1946.The 2009 Economic Report of the President topics related to leading economic issues such as:• A review of economic developments in 2008 as well as the forecast for the near-term outlook.• Current annual financial goals concerning topics, including employment, production, real income and Federal budget outlays.• Employment objectives for significant groups of the labor force.• Annual financial goals and a program for carrying out program objectives.Supplemental reports included are:• Economic Indicators - December 2008, Prepared for the Joint Economic Committee by the Council of Economic Advisers, and• Immigration's Economic Impact - June 2007, Prepared by the Council of Economic Advisers.
LANCE T LELOUP PARTIES RULES EVOLUTION OF CONG BUDG LANCE T LELOUP PARTIES RULES EVOLUTION OF CONG BUDG Новинка

LANCE T LELOUP PARTIES RULES EVOLUTION OF CONG BUDG

Parties, Rules, and the Evolution of Congressional Budgeting traces how Congressional macrobudgeting has fundamentally changed the way in which Congress frames and enacts budget choices. Included in the analysis are the 1974 Budget Act, the Reagan tax cuts in 1981, Gramm-Rudman-Hollings mandatory deficit reduction plan of 1985, the Bush and Clinton deficit reduction packages in 1990 and 1993, the balanced budget agreement in 1997, and the Bush tax cuts in 2001 and 2003.Analyzing the transition from a fragmented to a more centralized process reveals that macrobudgeting has restructured congressional rules and institutions, changed the way congress legislates, enhanced congressional capacity, and altered how Congress negotiates with the president. Lance T. LeLoup finds that rule changes and new institutions have contributed to growing partisanship in Congress by empowering party leaders and emphasizing the importance of budget votes for party reputation. With steadily increasing partisanship, this study presents evidence that divided government has significant consequences for both the budget process and budget outcomes.Combining qualitative and quantitative approaches, this book provides a historical institutional perspective on the evolution of congressional budgeting over three decades. It addresses important questions about national politics and developments in Congress, particularly concerning rules, the role of parties, and the consequences of divided government. The book...
Adewale Stephen From structural adjustment to privatisation in Nigeria Adewale Stephen From structural adjustment to privatisation in Nigeria Новинка

Adewale Stephen From structural adjustment to privatisation in Nigeria

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2014 in the subject Business economics - Economic Policy, grade: A, Obafemi Awolowo University (Post Graduate), course: History, language: English, abstract: Since the arrival of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) at its shores via the great IMF debate of 1985, Nigerian leaders have learnt to demonise public enterprises, castigating them, facilitating their sales to cronies of government officials and using the channels of mass communication to impress upon the citizens that these enterprises are of no use. Today, the general wisdom is that the state should completely recede and that private ownership of the means of production is the only viable approach to efficient production of goods and services, economic growth and development. However, the same factors that led to the collapse of the public enterprises are also afflicting the privatisation exercise. In this paper, the practice of privatisation meant to promote private means of ownership and in turn increase the production capacity of every sector is critically examined. Focusing on the wave and sad experience of privatisation in a period of 2000-2012 which was riddled with corruption, nepotism, lack of good corporate governance and incompetent manpower in the country, the paper concludes that total privatisation of every sector will never solve the economic impasse of Nigeria.
Yi Ren The Impact of The Tax Provision on Pay for Performance Yi Ren The Impact of The Tax Provision on Pay for Performance Новинка

Yi Ren The Impact of The Tax Provision on Pay for Performance

Given recent public rage over executive pay, especially over large salaries for executives at companies that have received bailout money, President Obama's administration is working on tougher restrictions on executive compensation. His main principles, consistent with the objectives of Internal Revenue Code Section 162(m), were meant to curb excessive executive compensation and ensure that pay reflects corporate performance. This study provides a retrospective evaluation of the 1993 regulatory intervention on corporate pay decisions, and extends the analysis of the effectiveness of the Internal Revenue Code Section 162(m) on long-term performance. The findings of this paper offer some insights into the economic effects consequent to government legislation and provide suggestions and insights valuable to those persons engaged in current policy intervention attempts.
James M. Kouzes The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership. Government James M. Kouzes The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership. Government Новинка

James M. Kouzes The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership. Government

This 24-page article is perfect for leaders with limited time and budget. It provides a concise overview of Kouzes and Posner's model and overall thoughts on leadership in the realm of government/public sector. Ideal for orienting readers to the Five Practices® model at the beginning of a workshop or coaching session, the piece contains two Leadership Challenge case studies drawn from government and the public sector, a short description of the Five Practices®, a section on «Learning to Lead», and background information on the Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI).
Elena Kühnapfel Welfare Effects of Embargoes of the USA. Economic Affects and Social Development in the Republic of Cuba Elena Kühnapfel Welfare Effects of Embargoes of the USA. Economic Affects and Social Development in the Republic of Cuba Новинка

Elena Kühnapfel Welfare Effects of Embargoes of the USA. Economic Affects and Social Development in the Republic of Cuba

Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject Economy - Environment economics, grade: 1,7, Berlin School of Economics and Law, language: English, abstract: This paper investigates welfare effects of embargoes based on the following research question: How does the embargo of the United States affect economic and social development in the Republic of Cuba?Firstly, a general introduction and historic outline about the development of the US embargo imposed on the centrally planned island Cuba will be provided, especially focussing on the post-Soviet Union era. Secondly, a research gap has been investigated by compiling international scholars and their findings. However, recent developments are not yet addressed adequately in academic research papers, namely the re-establishment of diplomatic ties between the USA and Cuba. Further, based on Ricardo's model of comparative advantages, the existence of a twofold discussion about trade diversity in Cuba has been identified. Thirdly, two hypotheses are raised: The embargo imposed on Cuba has more positive than negative effects on trade diversification (H1) and the embargo imposed on Cuba has negative social welfare effects (H2). In order to answer the initial research question, two conceptual models are developed about trade and welfare effects of embargoes. The latter compares GDP and GDP per capita data as measurements for selected welfare indicators for Cuba and its neighbouring countries, whereas the former compiles the count...
Andrea Lieske Myanmar. pre-colonial . colonial socio-economic developments Andrea Lieske Myanmar. pre-colonial . colonial socio-economic developments Новинка

Andrea Lieske Myanmar. pre-colonial . colonial socio-economic developments

Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject Geography / Earth Science - Regional Geography, grade: 1,0, University of Cologne (Geographisches Institut), course: Oberseminar Socio-economic developments in Myanmar, language: English, abstract: IntroductionModern-day Republic of the Union of Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, is shaped by its geographical idiosyncrasies and its history. Both factors are blended into the socio-economic developments of the country which are addressed in this paper. The focus here lies on the pre-colonial and colonial times. The names Burma and Myanmar are used equivalent and without political implications.To approximate an assessment of those two phases, it is necessary start with a short introduction to the crucial geographic and historical factors affecting the social-economic developments until 1948, the year of Myanmar's independence. The definition of the term socio-economic developments is allocated here as well. Subsequently a short overview on the most important periods of Myanmar's history is added. The following detailed description of history and socio-economic conditions and developments of three distinct periods, the Pyu city states, the Konbaung Dynasty and the British rule, enables a general view on the socio-economic developments of the time before the state's independence in 1948. This paper will proceed along one basic assumption: Independent of their time and their technological cultures all three Empires dealt wi...
Lena Bringenberg First Management Reform Wave in Great Britain Lena Bringenberg First Management Reform Wave in Great Britain Новинка

Lena Bringenberg First Management Reform Wave in Great Britain

Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject Organisation and Administration, grade: 2,0, University of Constance, language: English, abstract: The 1980s in Great Britain are referred to as the "decade of Thatcherism", named after their characteristic Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Her government produced revolutionary changes which not only completely transformed economic life, but also fundamentally reorganised the government's tasks and functions, as well as the structure of the civil service. These all public sector divisions encompassing reforms are referred to as the First Management reform wave, in which market forces, as well as management concepts from the private sector were enthusiastically implemented in the public sector. This research paper analyses the reasons for the ineffectiveness, and the sometimes even negative influences of the first management reform wave on the state's performance. Hereby it will be assessed if the causes are to be found in the private sector management techniques and their application to public sector organisations (in form of the New Public Management concept), or if rather the specific kind and context of British reforms was problematic, and rendered the techniques unfeasible and impractical.To this end, the reform process in Britain, starting in 1979 with the election of the Conservatives, until the change of government to Labour in 1997, will be analysed. The first part of the paper will give an o...
Bombing Survey The effects of strategic bombing on Japan's war economy. Over-all economic effects division. December 1946 Bombing Survey The effects of strategic bombing on Japan's war economy. Over-all economic effects division. December 1946 Новинка

Bombing Survey The effects of strategic bombing on Japan's war economy. Over-all economic effects division. December 1946

Эта книга — репринт оригинального издания (издательство "Washington, D.C.: Over-all Economic Effects Division", 1946 год), созданный на основе электронной копии высокого разрешения, которую очистили и обработали вручную, сохранив структуру и орфографию оригинального издания. Редкие, забытые и малоизвестные книги, изданные с петровских времен до наших дней, вновь доступны в виде печатных книг.
Godfrey Bernard Nyamushamba Impact of Zimbabwe Economic Crisis on Tourism Viability Godfrey Bernard Nyamushamba Impact of Zimbabwe Economic Crisis on Tourism Viability Новинка

Godfrey Bernard Nyamushamba Impact of Zimbabwe Economic Crisis on Tourism Viability

The study investigated the impact of Zimbabwe's economic crises on tourism viability from 2000-2010. Data were collected through questionnaires, in depth interviews and document analysis and analysed using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 13. The study revealed that tourism was negatively affected by the economic crisis. It is concluded that the economic crisis impacted on tourism viability as evidenced by the low volumes of tourists. Recommendations drawn from this research are that there is need by government to develop tourism - related sectors that include transport, infrastructure development and information communication technology. The government should make sure that airports are refurbished to attract more tourists. The need for a conducive investment climate is important for the tourism sector as it is for all other sectors of the economy.
Herb Bentz Rationing Earth. Economic Strategy by Design Herb Bentz Rationing Earth. Economic Strategy by Design Новинка

Herb Bentz Rationing Earth. Economic Strategy by Design

Our economy has spiralled out of control with too much focus on the quantity of production. The way to reduce this wasteful overproduction of goods and services is to increase their quality. In this groundbreaking book, industrial designer Herb Bentz explains how to fix the economy and break the environment versus economy deadlock. Bentz tells us how the use of good design can improve the quality of what we produce and how a beneficial growth in quality can substitute for the destructive increase in quantity. Tying together many diverse aspects of the economy—economic growth, unemployment, the welfare state, and the need to ration—Rationing Earth provides a critical analysis and a way forward at this crucial moment. Despite high wealth in rich countries, there is still poverty and inadequate funding for social programs. This unjustified austerity has resulted in a persistence of economic insecurity, the proliferation of poor quality products, and inadequate action on environmental problems. Bentz provides an economic solution from a designer’s perspective. By using elements of design thinking to achieve an overarching synthesis of the world’s challenging problems, including effectiveness of government, the opposing demands of capital and labour, positive and negative effects of technology, and the absolute boundaries of a finite earth, he presents practical solutions to the conflicting needs for economic growth, full employment, and reduced consumption. In each of these areas...
Edmund Burke The Annual Register, or a View of the History and Politics of the Year 1861 (Classic Reprint) Edmund Burke The Annual Register, or a View of the History and Politics of the Year 1861 (Classic Reprint) Новинка

Edmund Burke The Annual Register, or a View of the History and Politics of the Year 1861 (Classic Reprint)

Excerpt from The Annual Register, or a View of the History and Politics of the Year 1861Frauen - The Annual Budget is brought forward by Mr. Gladstone on the 15th of April - His Speech and Financial Propositions: remission of 1d. On Income Tax and Repeal of the Paper Duty - Remarks of Sir Stafford N orthcote, Lord Robert Cecil, and other Members - The Motion for going into a Committee on the Budget leads to protracted Debates The proposed Repeal of the Paper Duty excites much Opposition from the Conservative Party - Speeches of Mr. Thomas Baring, Mr. Bentinck, Sir S. N orthcote, Mr. Seymour Fitzgerald, Mr. Milner Gibson, Mr. White side, Mr. B. Osborne, Mr. Horsfall, Mr. Horsman, Mr. Bright, the Chan cellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Disraeli, and Lord Palmerston - No Division takes place, and the House goes into Committee - Further objections urged at this stage by the Opposition - Mr. Hubbard preposes a Resolu tion, which is withdrawn - On the Proposition to renew the existing Tea Duties, Mr. Horsfall moves, as an Amendment, to reduce the Duty to Is. - A Debate ensues, in which the Marquis of Hartington, Sir 8. North cote, Sir George Lewis, Mr. Disraeli, and Lord Palmerston take part The Resolution of the Government is passed by a Majority of ls - The other Resolutions are carried, the remission of the Paper Duty exciting strong protests from the Conservatives - The Chancellor of the Exche quer announces his intention of including all the financial arrange ments of the Budget in ...
Yusop Masdal A survey of current socio-economic condition of muslims in Zamboanga City and Basilan Yusop Masdal A survey of current socio-economic condition of muslims in Zamboanga City and Basilan Новинка

Yusop Masdal A survey of current socio-economic condition of muslims in Zamboanga City and Basilan

Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2009 in the subject Geography / Earth Science - Economic Geography, Mindanao State University, language: English, abstract: This study is aimed at thoroughly examining everyday socio-economic and political routines of Muslims in Zamboanga City and Basilan, with emphasis on economic issues, in order that a wider and more conclusive perspective may be gained on these aspects, obtaining direct observations on the issues presented herein.As a beneficial consequence, this study would bring forth highly-verified information that will be entirely useful and significant to the development efforts in Muslim Mindanao and therefore contributing in a palpable manner to the peace efforts thereat.When the desired information and data would be collated in the final results of this study, government and other concerned entities --- such as developmental non-governmental organizations and international funding agencies --- could gain highly provable insights of routines and daily socio-economic and political activities (especially on economic or livelihood activities) of Muslims and members of ethnic minorities in Zamboanga City and Basilan, thus, allowing a more effective creation of economic opportunities, gaining initial foothold on a series of economic activities that the respondents are more accustomed to, and are most convenient with.
Vuyisani Moss Housing Finance Markets in Africa Vuyisani Moss Housing Finance Markets in Africa Новинка

Vuyisani Moss Housing Finance Markets in Africa

This article mainly focuses on the overview of the African housing finance markets. The aim of the paper is to provide a review of housing finance systems in four different African countries; namely; South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria and Tanzania. Also, it reveals the generic nature and scope of housing finance in these economies. Further, in presenting the housing finance trends and developments in the four market economies, the article examines the extent of investment, the economic system and government role in providing shelter for low and moderate income households.
Julian Fischer Market Phenomena. Investors and the Disposition Effect Julian Fischer Market Phenomena. Investors and the Disposition Effect Новинка

Julian Fischer Market Phenomena. Investors and the Disposition Effect

Seminar paper from the year 2017 in the subject Sociology - Economy and Industry, grade: 1,3, University of Göttingen (Behavioral Finance), course: Bachelorseminar for Behavioral Economics, language: English, abstract: This paper discusses aspects of disposition effects in several ways and perspectives. There is evidence, that investors sell winners earlier and hold losers longer. Theories from mental accounting, prospect theory, self-control, decision dependent emotions, internal locus of control, and many more relate to the disposition effect. After discussing them shortly, we investigate experiments in the laboratory and empirical evidence to come to the conclusion, that disposition effects exist for single investors and more pronounced for team investors. Tax considerations, automatic selling and decision dependent emotions change the proportion of how much investors are prone to disposition effects. The following mindmap shows an impression of the most important connections between the different effects.
Andrew Smithers The Road to Recovery. How and Why Economic Policy Must Change Andrew Smithers The Road to Recovery. How and Why Economic Policy Must Change Новинка

Andrew Smithers The Road to Recovery. How and Why Economic Policy Must Change

Renowned economist Andrew Smithers offers prescriptive advice and economic theory on avoiding the next financial crisis In The Road to Recovery, Andrew Smithers—one of a handful of respected economists to have accurately predicted the most recent global financial crisis—argues that the neoclassical consensus governing global economic decision-making must be revised in order to avoid the next financial collapse. He argues that the current low interest rates and budget deficits have prevented the recession becoming a depression but that those policies cannot be continuously repeated and a new consensus for action must be found. He offers practical guidance on reducing government, household, and business debt; changing the economic incentives for the management class that currently inhibit long-term growth; and rebalancing national economies both internally and externally. Further, he explains how central bankers must broaden the economic theories that guide their decisions to include the major factors of debt and asset prices. Offers practical, real-world economic policies for restructuring and rebalancing the global economic system Presents a modern economic theory for preventing the next collapse Ideal for economists, investors, fund managers, and central bankers Written by an economist described by the legendary Barton Biggs as «one of the five best, most dispassionate, erudite analysts in the world» As the global economy continues the long climb out of recession, it's imperative that central bankers and other economic decision-makers not repeat the mistakes of the past. The Road to Recovery offers prescriptive guidance on redesigning an economic system that is healthy, stable, and beneficial to all.
Adeola Ajayi Evaluation of Poverty Alleviation Programs in Saki East Local Governments of Oyo State Adeola Ajayi Evaluation of Poverty Alleviation Programs in Saki East Local Governments of Oyo State Новинка

Adeola Ajayi Evaluation of Poverty Alleviation Programs in Saki East Local Governments of Oyo State

Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Africa, Obafemi Awolowo University (Department of Public Administration), course: Pad 646, language: English, abstract: The term paper evaluated poverty alleviation programs in saki east local government of oyo state.It also identified various poverty programs in saki east local government of oyo state and examined the implementational strategies for these programs in the local government.It also assessed the impact of the povertyalleviation programs on the people of saki east local government area, This was necessitated by the need to make poverty alleviation more effective and beneficial to the people of the local government.The paper utilized primary and secondary data.Primary data were questionnaire while secondary data were textbooks,journals,internet sources etcThe term paper revealed that there is a need to shift emphasis to target approach to poverty reduction in Nigeria.It also revealed that there is for target women and other vulnerable group of poor people in order to prevent bias against women inaccessing information above poverty alleviation programs.The paper concluded that poverty alleviaton plans should be well comprehensive coordinated and well funded in order to make it more effective and beneficial to the people of saki east local government of oyo state.
Milton Friedman Price Theory Milton Friedman Price Theory Новинка

Milton Friedman Price Theory

Economics is sometimes divided into two parts: positive economics and normative economics. The former deals with how the economic problem is solved, while the latter deals with how the economic problem should be solved. The effects of price or rent control on the distribution of income are problems of positive economics. The desirability of these effects on income distribution is a problem of normative economics. Within economics, the major division is between monetary theory and price theory. Monetary theory deals with the level of prices in general, with cyclical and other fluctuations in total output, total employment, and the like. Price theory deals with the allocation of resources among different uses, the price of one item relative to another. Prices do three kinds of things. They transmit information, they provide an incentive to users of resources to be guided by this information, and they provide an incentive to owners of resources to follow this information. Milton Friedman's classic book provides the theoretical underpinning for and understanding of prices. Economics is not concerned solely with economic problems. It is a social science, and is therefore concerned primarily with those economic problems whose solutions involve the cooperation and interaction of different individuals. It is concerned with problems involving a single individual only insofar as the individual's behavior has implications for or effects upon other individuals. "Price Theory&...
Franziska Schüppel Aboriginal Economic Development Franziska Schüppel Aboriginal Economic Development Новинка

Franziska Schüppel Aboriginal Economic Development

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject American Studies - Culture and Applied Geography, grade: 2,3, University of Leipzig (Philologische Fakultät), language: English, abstract: AbstractThe purpose of this paper is to draw a comparison between the Cherokee Nation of the United States and the Aborigines of Australia concerning their economic development. Even though the Cherokee Nation and the Australian Aborigines share similar historical backgrounds with regard to a long lasting mistreatment by their prevailing governments, the Cherokee Nation, in contrast to the Australian Aborigines, has been and continues to experience a more successful economic development. This paper analyzes the reasons underlying this contrast. For that, the historical background of the Australian Aborigines and the Cherokee Nation is examined and compared. Since both of them were mistreated by their prevailing governments, their historical backgrounds are compared and the consequences of the mistreatment are applied to their contemporary economic situations. After that, the contemporary economic situations of the two peoples are compared, whereat the distinction between the Cherokee Nation's economic success and the Aborigine's economic failure becomes apparent. Finally, the reasons for the different economic development are investigated and in how far the affected peoples or even their governments, as in the case of the Australian Aborigines, are responsible for this difference. T...
Yan Li The Effects of Transnational Corporations in the Era of Globalisation Yan Li The Effects of Transnational Corporations in the Era of Globalisation Новинка

Yan Li The Effects of Transnational Corporations in the Era of Globalisation

A major form of a globalising international economy is the transformation of multinational companies into transnational corporations (TNCs) as the important players in the world economy, as well as in China, which is a rising economic entity in the world. This study examines the effects of transnational corporations on China in the era of globalisation. First, it provides the background of globalisation, transnational corporations, and the development and changes in the Chinese economy. Second, the study discusses the impacts of TNCs' FDI on economy in China and the technical improvement, and also analyses the Chinese economic policy and investment environment, discussing the response of TNCs to them. Third, it examines the Research and Development (R&D) of TNCs and its double effects. Fourth, the study explores the effects of TNCs on China's manufacturing industry and the changes of the manufacturing industry caused by TNCs in China. And finally, the study discusses the effects of TNCs in the field of culture.
Stephen Bodybobton Antwi China.s Outward Foreign Direct Investment Impact on Economic Growth in Developing Countries. Empirical Evidence from Ghana Stephen Bodybobton Antwi China.s Outward Foreign Direct Investment Impact on Economic Growth in Developing Countries. Empirical Evidence from Ghana Новинка

Stephen Bodybobton Antwi China.s Outward Foreign Direct Investment Impact on Economic Growth in Developing Countries. Empirical Evidence from Ghana

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2012 in the subject Economics - Case Scenarios, Xiamen University, language: English, abstract: Foreign direct investment (FDI) is one of the economic growth stimulus due to its associated variables such as capital investment, technical know-how, knowledge transfer and managerial competence required for economic growth. In the last decade, China has emerged on the international financial scene as both financier and investment partner to African economies. Many African economies such as the oil producing and exporting ones have witnessed streams of China's FDI in their economies whereas non-oil exporting ones have accessed some of China's FDI in selective sectors. This paper aims at investigating the relationship between China's FDI and economic growth in Ghana measured by real average annual domestic product (GDP) per capita growth for the period 2001-2010. By using ordinary least squares (OLS) regression model, the result indicates that China's FDI has negative significant effect on Ghana's economic growth. However, it exerts different effects on value added in the three economic sectors.
Polly Akankwatsa Mugisha The Socio-Economic Effects of Migration on Places of Origin Polly Akankwatsa Mugisha The Socio-Economic Effects of Migration on Places of Origin Новинка

Polly Akankwatsa Mugisha The Socio-Economic Effects of Migration on Places of Origin

This study investigated the socio-economic effects of migration on places of origin in rural Ankole, Western Uganda in 1990-2000. The study was carried out in the migrants area of origin not migrants area of destination. A sample of 300 households comprised of 2024 people was drawn from two counties (Igara and Ruhinda) of Bushenyi District, Western Uganda. Households with or without people who have migrated were compared to ascertain socio-economic differences in their status. A total of 148 households who have had out migrants and 152 households that have had migrants were compared. The independent variable was migration status of the household (migrant or non migrant) and the dependent variables were education, health, possessions in form of fixed assets, type of housing and affordability of certain food assets. A socio-economic index was computed to analyze expenditure patterns and well-being of the households. This was done because it is difficult to establish income levels of rural people. The socio-economic index shows the socio-economic status between households of migrants and non migrants.
Shrestha Austa Kumar Socio Economic Status and Poverty Reduction Effort in Majhi Community Shrestha Austa Kumar Socio Economic Status and Poverty Reduction Effort in Majhi Community Новинка

Shrestha Austa Kumar Socio Economic Status and Poverty Reduction Effort in Majhi Community

Majhi is one of the ethnic groups and backward communities of Nepal generally settling in mid-Hills and inner Terai. Hardly, the research has been done about their culture, social and economical status. It is hoped that this research paper will assist to find out Majhis' ground reality and assist to plan for their betterment to Government and Non-Government organizations. Additionally, it will also give information of their effort on poverty reduction program and its impact. Even for the foreigners, this research paper will assist to know the heterogeneous socio-cultural perspectives of Nepal.
Raymond Cook Analysis of Economic Growth . Inflation Raymond Cook Analysis of Economic Growth . Inflation Новинка

Raymond Cook Analysis of Economic Growth . Inflation

Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2011 in the subject Economics - Finance, grade: A, University of Newcastle, language: English, abstract: During the past two decades, China's economy has been growing rapidly, so has the inflation rate. This research focuses on the relationship between China's inflation rate and economic growth. There are three sub-questions, consisting of whether there is a significant correlation between China's inflation and economic growth, whether there is a cause-and-effect relationship between China's inflation and economic growth, and how time factor influences their relationship. The result will be helpful for the government to find a way in order to achieve high economic growth and low inflation. After reviewing empirical literature, we know that as the dada and methods differ, different researchers have generated different conclusions regarding the relationship between inflation and economic growth. In this research, we use CPI to measure inflation rate and GDP growth rate to measure economic growth rate. All the data are collected from the National Bureau of Statistics of China. We use three methods to analyse data, including the Correlation Coefficient test, the Granger Causality test as well as the VAR model analysis. The result turns out to be that there is a bidirectional causality relationship between inflation and economy growth, but the relationship is not so strong because CPI is not solely driven by GDP. At last,...
Francis Mulenga Muma The Impact of the Global Economic Recession on Low-Income Countries Francis Mulenga Muma The Impact of the Global Economic Recession on Low-Income Countries Новинка

Francis Mulenga Muma The Impact of the Global Economic Recession on Low-Income Countries

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2010 in the subject Economics - International Economic Relations, grade: Grade1, Xiamen University (School of Economics), course: International Economics, language: English, abstract: This paper has attempted to analyze the Impact of the past current Global Economic Recession on Low Income Countries (LICs), by showing how it started, its impact on the real economy and how it spread to the LICs. Further the Paper has tried to highlight policy choices confronting the LICs in order to mitigate the crisis and avoid the recurrence of further crisis in future.

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