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The Effects of the Economy On Business Administration - The Effects of the Economy On Business Administration The career I choose to pursue is the career of Business Administration. This career consists of running a small or big business and being able to run it and be capable of making small or very important decisions. A business runs and depends on the people and how people spend their money. If people spend their money responsibly and they know how to administrate their money and will make the economy to be stable and be good. As we all know, the economy has been really bad for the past year and it has made millions of people loose their homes and their jobs....   [tags: Economy] 927 words
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The Overall State of the Economy - The overall state of the economy M r. President. It is with due respect that I would like to express my gratitude for the invitation. Owing to the major issue at hand, we are aware that most countries are still grappling as a result of the after effects of the Economic crunch that has been taking place. The meltdown has mainly been triggered by our banking system liquidity crises which resulted to the collapse of large financial institutes in a short span of time. The housing market suffered tremendous losses; this lead to increased cases of eviction mostly experienced by the middle class (Miller, 2010)....   [tags: Economy]
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Judaism and the Economy - Judaism and the Economy While the Jewish population is small, its impact on the economy is extensive. For a group of people making up less than two percent of the United States populace, Jews are certainly a topic of much conversation and controversy. For a race so often targeted negatively and used as a scapegoat, it is surprising to realize the Jewish hand in America today. A question circulating for a while is whether or not Jews control America; Jews rule the film industry, the news and communication business is a Jewish kingdom, the American financial industry is essentially a Jewish franchise, and the professions are so dominated by Jews its shocking, so where does their influence ru...   [tags: Religion, Economy]
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The Downward Sprial of the United States Economy - The Downward Spiral of the United States Economy In the world to date, there seems to be an increase of world governments needing bailouts, and people of the world needing assistance from the United States. This idea has caused many Americans to come to the conclusion that if the United States closed off borders to foreign trade, it would increase it’s standard of living and make America more profitable. However, this idea is false. The United States must not close off it’s borders to foreign trade because if trade borders were to close, American manufacturing plants would begin to shut down, the American transportation system and public services would suffer resulting in American job loss....   [tags: Economy]
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Obama and the Economy - Upon the issuing of President Obama’s budget for fiscal year 2012, the nation will again endure a heated debate between the country’s two political parties. Author Robert Reich, analyzes the content and motives that the budget entails within his piece entitled The Obama Budget. Reich does not directly identify with a specific political party, or side of this partisan argument. This ambiguity becomes important to the reader’s interpretation of his ideas and the eventual understanding of his arguments....   [tags: Obama, American Economy]
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The Australian Economy - Many opportunities and challenges await the global economies of today. The balancing of one country’s financial position has the capability to bring down an entire nation in an instant. One country’s financial gains require financial losses of another. The Australian economy is currently undergoing a major shift that is leading to low productivity and increased unemployed. Despite its current growing pains, the Australian economy remains resilient and is positioned to continue into its “23rd year of uninterrupted annual economic growth”....   [tags: Australian Economy]
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Issues Americans Cannot Understand: The Federal Reserve and the Economy - Over the last 3 years the United States has seen an incredible flux in the economy from an all time high, to the lowest position since the Great Depression. Many Americans have no idea why or how these cycles affect their everyday lives, most importantly, they do not understand how the government intervenes to control these issues. Most people cannot comprehend the complexity of the United States banking system, how the Federal Reserve (FED) controls interest rates, the way our currency works, inflation, credit, etc… This is just a small list from a plethora of topics, that American’s are under-educated, and these are issues that we all need to face at some point in our lives....   [tags: economy,] 1591 words
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The Current Economy is Based on Greed - The main reason that large corporations are in dire need of money is simple, greed. Financial institutions went out and found people who wanted to purchase a house, but couldn’t afford it, because of bad credit reports, debt, income, etc. So the banks went out on a limb with these risky people, and loaned them “x” amount for the house. Banks were only trying to make some money off of the outrageous interest rates of the mortgages, because that’s what banks do, they make money. Now banks and other lenders did this type of business on a large scale....   [tags: economy, Economics] 3808 words
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Australia Must Diversify the Economy - The economist describes the definition of a banana republic as “a country dominated by foreign investment and dependent on a single export commodity” (The Economist. 2014). This definition has some correlation to the Australian economy as over previous year’s Australia has experienced a commodity boom which has dominated and under pinned the nation’s economy. The development of the natural resources industry in Australia has grown the economy and has become the number export for the nation (Figure 1)....   [tags: The Australian Economy]
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Balancing Money and the Economy - The nature and necessity of money is one singular fact that responds to every thing in nature. It holds together the very essence of our beloved intricate nature, every local, regional or international issue of any significance could have been handled differently could there have been more or less of this money. The money factor has taken the centre stage of every heart beat of each and every agenda and it predetermines and dictates our very existence. Our relationships with most of what we seek identity with, whether object or human, is best defined by our relationship with this paper currency....   [tags: money, economy, ]
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The Growth of the Global Economy - Introduction 1 The Growth of the Global Economy 1.1 Globalization 1.2 The role of Technology 2 The Nature and Purpose of the Nation State 2.1 Ways in which the Nation State can achieve its Objectives 2.2 Examples of Successful and Failed states 3 The Nature and Purpose of the TNC 3.1 How specifically a TNC combines aspects of global, Multinational and International companies 4 The Relationship between the state and the TNC 4.1 Conflicting and Complementary Objectives 4.2 Ways in which the state/TNC each seek to achieve their objectives 4.3 The impacts of Globalization on the State and the TNC 4.4 Examples of the tensions between the State and the TNC 5 Influences affecting th...   [tags: economy, financial, organizations] 2375 words
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The Growth of the Asian Economy - ... The frequency has also raised reinsurance costs (CGU Insurance Limited, 2011). Property Boom Sydney housing market is lucrative due to lower interest rates and stable prices (Gluyas, 2013). Housing valuation in Australia is over 40% of its fair value that covers over-inflation and is sustainable and less prone to get affected in any financial crises. Article talks about the loan-to-value ratio that is sought to be decreased by the borrowers coined as Ponzi Borrowers. They seek leverage and debt is relatively considered safe as it is with top 20% of the income group....   [tags: structural effects, Australian Economy] 1679 words
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International Transportation for a Global Economy - In a global economy, no nation is independently sufficient and is an intricate part of the different phases when originating trade or sell of product within the country. States must secure what it takes to produce more efficiently than their trade partners do to survive in the competition. The growth of freight being transported, as well as the variety of origins and destinations, promotes the importance of international transportation as a fundamentally sound global economy. Since the development of international transportation, and the distances involved, has created a greater demand for the maritime transport industry, port activities, rail transit, and motor transport....   [tags: martime, transport, economy] 600 words
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How Outsourcing Affects the Economy - Outsourcing is nothing new. It is a difficult issue to handle and tackle, supporters and detractors agree on one thing. That outsourcing will not be eliminated to a complete. That is why I wrote on what is outsourcing, how it affect the economy, and can it be stop. The word outsourcing can be defined in a numbers of ways depending on the type of service and the form of relationship with the supplier. Also referred to as contracting out or buying in. May be the delegation or handing over to a third party....   [tags: Global Economy, Economic, Globalization] 752 words
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Informal Economy and Poverty Alleviation - Subject area Any sovereign state is to some extent concerned about the existence of informality in its economy. Although the subject of informal economy is broadly presented in interdisciplinary research, it remains understudied, especially from an entrepreneurship perspective in developing context (Castro, Khavul, & Bruton, 2014). At the same time the problem of poverty alleviation is particularly up-to-date in the light of millennium development goals, first of which is eradication of extreme poverty and hunger....   [tags: social capital, informal economy]
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The Promising Future of China's Economy - The Promising Future of China's Economy If China's economy grows as fast for the next 20 years as it has for the past 14, it will be the biggest economy on earth: I feel that China's drastic improvements over the last 14 years are overwhelming, with their Real GNP growing at a rate of 9% a year, which means by, 1994, China's economy will match the performance of countries like Japan and Taiwan. China's standard of living has also increased, and the number of people who were considered absolutely poor decreased approximately 63%....   [tags: Economy] 969 words
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Bailouts Effect on Economy - ... For example in 2008, the global financial services firm Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy, which was the largest bankruptcy in U.S history with over six hundred billion dollars in assets. The bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers is thought to be one of the major causes of the Great Recession. Because of this, the government is usually willing to assist large companies to prevent the consequences of the companies failing. One of the first bailouts in the U.S. was the financial panic of 1907 when Otto and Augustus Heinze tried to corner the market in Aug, United Copper Company....   [tags: financial crisis, bankrupt, economy] 783 words
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Loss of Irish Economy - From the year 1987 to the year 2000, Ireland has experienced an incredible economic boom. It went through different phases, the Celtic tiger time for example, and was due to several reasons. The first factor that helped Ireland to develop itself, is that in 1987, the government decided to change its economy policy in order to stimulate the boom. They wanted certain stability, so they took some majors decisions like decreasing the government spending and cutting tax on wages for employers, this came with a demographic growth which could supply companies in labour force....   [tags: Ireland, Economy, Finances] 979 words
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Who Killed America's Economy? - According to the reading known as ‘The Anatomy of a Murder: Who Killed America’s Economy’, the author states that there are a variety of causations which influenced and provided an impact through the US financial system. For instance, the banks, the investors, the credit rating agencies, the regulators, the mortgage brokers, and the politicians are explained in his article. Moreover, the author mentions that there are some significant factors such as the financial regulations and political systems which relate with the financial crisis....   [tags: Economy, Finance, America]
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Cotton: Caught on Economy - ... The average cotton picker could remove the seeds from only about one pound of short-staple cotton per day (Whitney). Cotton brought a great deal of suffrage. Slaves did a great deal of work to plant, harvest, and take apart the crop. Constant brutality, inconsiderate living spaces, and depersonalization would undergo in the Confederation of America. The culture cotton brought was an array of fabrics. Woven bags, clothing and threads would be cultivated. This crafted crop isn’t always the most organic....   [tags: Crop, Slavery, Economy]
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Brazil’s Developing Economy - In the current economic times the development and growth of any economy has come to a near stop or at least to a drastic slow down. The face of the global economic environment has changed and many new countries are starting to change the way their country and the rest of the world does business. One such nation is Brazil, who has turned around their own economic troubles and is becoming one of the fastest growing economies in the world (World Factbook). Brazil has started developing its economy and using the opportunity to achieve a level of respect in the world....   [tags: Brazil Economy]
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Marijuana Impacts Lives of Consumers and the Economy - MARIJUANA IMPACTS LIVES OF CONSUMERS AND THE ECONOMY The use of illegal drugs within a country has greatly impacted the living standard of people. According to Buddy T. (2014), he stated that “Marijuana or cannabis comes from a herb plant and can appear as brown, green or gray in a mixture of dried, shredded leaves, stems, seed and flowers”. It is classified as an illegal drug meaning it is not allowed to be sold, grown or even produced within most countries, but marijuana is mainly consumed by young people to satisfy their want to be cool and fit in to young gangsters group....   [tags: legalization, legislature, economy]
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Central Bank's Influence On The Market In The National Economy - Define the role of the Central Bank and its influence on the market in the national economy. “Monetary policy is the process of supplying nominal money, look after the availability of money and cost of interest rate, which is controlled by the government or central bank, can be rather an expansionary policy, or a contractionary policy.” The expansionary policy is adopted to increase the whole amount of supply of money in the economy, and a contractionary policy is used to decrease the whole amount of nominal money supply....   [tags: US Economy] 1009 words
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Herman Cain's Plan to Reduce Legislation and Boost the Economy - The Man with a Plan The economic and job recovery plan of Herman Cain, promises to bring America back to the top. More and more people are beginning to listen and believe his visionary message. “In order to return to prosperity, government must get off our backs, out of our pockets, and out of our way.” (Herman) The feeling that the government just wants America’s economy to survive is relevant, when it should be allowing it to thrive. A new way of doing things needs to come about in Washington....   [tags: Economy, Politics]
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China's Transition Economy - China's transition from a planned economy to a market economy began at the end of 1978. When China started the process, the government did not have a well-designed ‘blueprint’, and so the approach to reform can be characterized as experimental. The process of reform has been gradual and incremental in nature and is still incomplete. In fact, China can’t be treated as a full market economy nor can it be treated as a centrally planned economy in which the Government substantially influences prices of goods or monopolises international trade....   [tags: China, Transition Economy, Economics, ] 1108 words
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Free World Economy - In Money, Markets and Sovereignty Steil and Hinds argue that globalization is beneficial for all but because of the uncertainties of the current monetary system governments and globalization clash as governments work to protect their currency. They argue that because of the perceived stability of the dollar the in order to create the most open and prospers economy developing countries should use the dollar in favor of the local currency (131). They show the historical benefits of using the gold standard instead of paper (fiat) money but they also show that it unadvisable for the United States to go back to the gold standard at this point in time (68)....   [tags: Economy, Currency, Dollar] 667 words
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Global Economy - Global Economy’s Impact on Labor The global economy has had great impact on the labor force, affecting each country in its own way whether it deals with outsourcing and offshoring or unemployment. The term global economy means integrating the world economy through trade, production, and distribution while consuming goods and services. Globalization has progressively integrated its way into all countries and the United States has seen that on the rise with diverse ethnic, economic, and religious groups that work together in everyday tasks....   [tags: Impacts, Labor Force, Economy]
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Political Economy - The UK economy has undergone structural, financial, and political change over the last thirty years. Different ideologies and policies have served to shape the relationship between government and economy in varying directions. Some elements, such as state intervention, have remained as a point of debate. Other factors, like globalization, have just recently developed. The policy of UK governments as a whole has been shaped quite heavily by major economic events during this period, and the legacy left by the Conservative and Labour governments can still be seen today....   [tags: UK Economy, Politics] 2085 words
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Paraguay Economy - Intro With a GDP per capita of $4,100 Paraguay is the second poorest country in all of South America right behind Bolivia. In this paper I will look to explain some of the reasons behind the lack of growth in the Paraguayan economy. I believe that being a landlocked nation without direct access to a major ocean waterway, political instability over the last 110 years, and a large portion of the population that severely lacks proper water and sanitation resources, all combine to play a crucial role in Paraguay’s poor economic development....   [tags: South America, Poverty, Economy]
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Lithuanian Economy - Introduction In my research project I will be talking about the history of Lithuanian economy and how it had changed since the country became independent and took a place as a member of a European Union. In my work you will be able to see different points of view of being a citizen of the EU and the problems the countries are facing to get this membership. Lithuania’s membership in the European Union would be impossible without the public assent and support. This support was made most explicit during the referendum on the membership in the European Union on 10-11 May 2003, when 91.07% of those participating (the turnout was 63.37%) approved of Lithuania’s accession to the EU....   [tags: Economy, Low Cost Transactions] 2882 words
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Bubbling Economy - In Barry Wood's Article “Buffett's silly talk about the US debt” he poses this question indirectly, that when the debt is too much to handle will it affect the US in similar ways as it has in Greece and other countries that defaulted on their loans. The main reason for the writing of this article was a statement made by Warren Buffett where he states “The United States is not going to have a debt crisis as long as we keep issuing our debts in our own currency. The only thing we have to worry about is the printing press and inflation.” which by economists and historical debt followers standards seemed to sound naïve and shortsighted from the comments on the subject provided within the article...   [tags: US Economy, Inflation] 1301 words
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Inflation and the Economy - Inflation and the Economy WHY UNDER MONETARY FREEDOM INFLATION COULD BE STOPPED WITHOUT BRINGING ABOUT UNEMPLOYMENT 1. Unemployment and inflation do coexist and inflation causes much unemployment which would cease with it. 2. Excessively inflated prices would fall to market prices and so promote sales and employment. 3. Less government spending would mean more private spending. 4. Prices and wages could be adjusted fast. If this is not done then this is not the effect of stopping inflation....   [tags: Inflation Economy Economics Essays]
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Effect of Tourism on the United Kingdom's Economy - Introduction Tourism is one of the largest and fastest growing industries in the United Kingdom. According to official reports, the growth rate of the UK tourism was 4.1% in 2011 while the country’s economy growth rate was merely 0.7% in the same year. Statistics also show that between 2010 and 2012, tourism supported 1/3 of the new employment opportunities in the country. British Tourist Authorityforecasted that by 2025, with a growth rate faster than the nation’s economy, this industry is predicted to worth£257 billion, which shares around 10% of the country’s total GDP and significantly supports the nation’s employment....   [tags: economy growth rate, tourism, country, travel]
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Bubbling Economy - In Barry Wood's Article “Buffett's silly talk about the US debt” he poses the question when the debt too much to handle and will it affect the US in similar ways as it has in Greece and other countries that defaulted. The main reason for the writing of this article was a statement made by Warren Buffett where he states “The United States is not going to have a debt crisis as long as we keep issuing our debts in our own currency. The only thing we have to worry about is the printing press and inflation.” which by economists and historical debt followers seemed to sound naïve and shortsighted from the comments on the subject provided within the article by Niall Ferguson, Allan Meltzer, and Ca...   [tags: Barry Wood, Economy, United States] 971 words
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Positive and Negative Impacts of the U.S. Economy on the World - ... Still in many developing countries and in the countries the problem of development is not solved with a transitional economy. They depend on the help of the USA. America is the leader of agricultural industry because the USA makes more agricultural material, than any other country. If superpowers don't start helping these countries, these countries won't pass to the best to economy. And the USA is a most large exporter of agricultural products. The America has 35% of world export of wheat, 69% of corn, soybeans, 25% of cotton, 18% of rice, 12% of tobacco (National Agricultural Statistics Services)....   [tags: market, influence, world economy]
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Mining for Fuel to Boost Economy of South Africa - What price would you put on a diamond or even gold, is certainly not the economy of an entire country. That is the case in South Africa with mining being their fuel to boost their economy. Their economy needed the boost due to political instability burying the country into the ground. Being the fuel that helped South Africa’s GDP raise by 20% it has helped this country improve so much over the years. Political instability is one of the key factors that has and still makes South Africa so dependent on the mining industry....   [tags: industry, mining, economy] 854 words
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The Replaceable Worker: The Impact of Outsourcing on the American Economy - One in every nine American jobs is vulnerable to becoming outsourced. That adds up to over 14 million jobs in total.(Hira 2). The guarantee of protection from the approaching economic turmoil is not certain. According to the Merriam-Webster, outsourcing may be described as obtaining goods or services from an outside or foreign supplier. The origins of outsourcing can be traced far back as the first Industrial Revolution, when business moguls began to seek out new methods of increasing revenue while minimizing expenditures....   [tags: protection, economy, methods, profit]
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Interview with Michael Stewart on Microfinancing Impact on American Economy - “[Micro financing] is the backbone of our economy.” Micro financing helps stimulate small businesses and helps support the economy, including larger corporations. In order to explore this topic further, we interviewed Michael Stewart, who is a financial advisor of twenty-three years, a Certified Financial Planner (CFP), an Accredited Asset Management Specialist (AAMS), and has his Bachelors of Science and Business Management and degrees in Financing. The information gained in the interview helps explain the specific importance of micro financing and what impact it has on the American economy....   [tags: business, economy, corporations]
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Slovenia: From state economy to the EU austerity measures - The death of Josip Broz Tito in 1980, made some significant changes within Yugoslavia. As one of the constituent Republics of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Slovenia was considered to be the most prosperous republic of Yugoslavia (ESI). But the election of Slobodan Milosevic as the President of Serbia and then later as the 3rd President of Yugoslavia; the rise of nationalism of the ethnic groups; and the economic turmoil within Yugoslavia shaped within the geography of the Balkans. Driven by those circumstances, Slovenians declared their independence from the Federation after its 10-day war in 1991 (ESI)....   [tags: Yugoslavia, History, Economy]
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Evolving Economy: Are We Headed in the Wrong Direction? - The nation’s new economy had officially been created in 1787 when the U.S constitution had been adopted. This new document was a work of genius; this document had established an entire nation as an economic charter, which at the time had only covered Georgia to Maine, the original 13 colonies. This brand new constitution ministered that the government could balance commerce with the foreign nations and amidst the states, create money, while still regulating its appraisal, create equal bankruptcy laws, create new fixed standards of measurement and weights, create new roads and post offices, and finally create new rules of governing copyrights and patents....   [tags: fiancial manipulation, economy] 1713 words
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The Negative Effects of an Economy Starving for More Money - Are the people living now happier than those who grew up in the past. Our money system relies on a constant increase in money circulation. The everyday needs were met in the seventies just like they are now. The only difference now is that everything people want or need is reached on a much larger scale because our economy is always trying to keep up with the debt. When the flow of money slows down the banks crave a new alternative to quench its never ending thirst for more. The people are the ones who have to meet the quota or they will suffer....   [tags: Banks, Money, Economy]
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Could the Legalization of Marijuana Save Our Economy? - The legalization of marijuana has the potential to bring our economy back to life if it were to be legalized. There are a number of ways in which legalization could improve the economy. We could use the revenue from taxes on marijuana to provide for a better quality of life for Americans in need. Legalizing marijuana would also save us money by cutting the cost of putting someone in jail for harmless marijuana related charges that waste tax money. Also it would put more money into circulation by keeping the profits off the black market and into the legal and taxed market....   [tags: Taxes, Economy, Money, Finances]
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Interest Rates In The Economy - Interest Rates in the Economy It has been an experience that competency in mathematics, both in numerical manipulations and in understanding its conceptual foundations, enhances a person's ability to handle the more ambiguous and qualitative relationships that dominate day-to-day financial decision-making (Greenspan). This quote is from Allan Greenspan, the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board who was arguably the most powerful man in the world. Greenspan was also extremely financially intelligent....   [tags: Economics Economy] 1519 words
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Internet Law And The Economy - Internet Law and the Economy Introduction This week's article review is taken from Ubiquity, an ACM IT Magazine and forum. The article is "The New Economy: Are Rules Irrelevant?" by Daniel W. Uhlfelder, Esq. In this article it is discussed how the new economy of the Internet move forward and enact laws that would be beneficial to all parties involved. This will be hard if not impossible because the Internet can cross boundaries where laws could not cross. The each country and each region uphold and maintain laws and regulations specific for their purposes....   [tags: Economics Economy] 1383 words
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Digital Information and Communication Technology Impact Business Models for the New Economy - Consider how digital Information and Communications Technologies have provided opportunities for developing new business models In the era of new economy, the intense change have taken place in enterprise management environment, in order to develop and survive, businesses have to innovate their business models. Digital information and communication technologies have played a crucial role of promoting the emergence and innovation of new business models, and also brings innovation to the management style of business....   [tags: New Economy]
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Boosting Chicago's Economy through the Chicago First Procurement Ordinance - In an effort to strengthen the economy of Chicago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel introduced the “Chicago first” procurement ordinance, to the city council. The ordinance was presented to the council on Jan 18, 2012. The ordinance is being co-sponsored by 27th Ward Alderman Walter Burnett. (www.mayorsandcities.com)Therefore looking at this from the beginning what is Procurement. Procurement is a contract agreement in which a buyer agrees to acquire goods or services from a seller in exchange for consideration for future business contracts....   [tags: Economy, Government]
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The Economy and the Automotive Industry: A Give and Take Relationship - The economy of America plays a vast role in the success of its industries. The automotive industry is largely subjective to the fluctuations in the financial stability of the American Economy. Many American automotive companies like General Motors and Chrysler have found themselves in financial difficulties, due to the recession. The economic status of America has a large effect on the government which greatly affects the automotive industry. Just as the economic status effects industry, the industry itself has a tremendous effect on the economy....   [tags: American Automotive Companies, American Economy]
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Effects of lack of Competition on Cuba’s Economy - In order for a country to flourish, its society must be equipped with the ability to compete. It must be able to compete domestically and then eventually expand to compete internationally. Forgotten as a global influence and as a national institute is the country of Cuba. The main reason why is the absence of competition. Thus, Cuba’s economy is currently stagnant and unproductive because of a lack of threat of new entrants, substitute as well as a lack of bargaining power of consumers; while having an increase in the bargaining power of suppliers and limited rivalry within the economy....   [tags: cuban government, cuban economy, cuba]
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Cutting Wasteful Spending to Help the Economy Recover - I feel like Sam Brownback has exactly the same outlook on our “recovering” economy. I think it should start with what Sam calls “Fiscal Prudence.” This is accomplished by slashing wasteful and inefficient spending by the government. Examples of wasteful spending would be, how the federal government has spent $23 billion per year on special interest pork projects like grants to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, or funds to combat teenage “goth” culture in Blue Springs, Missouri, a very shocking and disturbing fact is Over one recent 18-month period, Air Force and Navy personnel used government-funded credit cards to charge at least $102,400 for admission to entertainment events, $48,250 for gam...   [tags: wasteful spending, economy, business, military,]
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Uncertainity In Global Economy - Introduction A student received his offer letter for the admission into GMBA course, he was working in Australia, so did quick calculation and came up with an amount that he was required to transfer in USD (US dollars) for admission fees. After two months, when he went to the branch of National Australian Bank to transfer the money to Citibank Dubai, he was surprised to know that he need pay around 35% more than his initial estimate ,due to increase in USD to AUD(Australian Dollars) conversion rate....   [tags: Economics Economy] 1365 words
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