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  • Economics

    Economics is the study of production, delivery, and consumption of goods, services, and wealth. It involves analyzing the workings of economies and interactions between different economic agents.

    Economics has been a part of historic literature from Greek, Mesopotamian, Indian, Persian, and Chinese cultures. Experts believe that the Greek poet, Hesiod, was the first known economist in history. In the 19th century, economics became a branch of science thanks to its emphasis on critical thinking and the rise in the use of mathematics. The rich history of economics has seen the birth of many interesting theories such as the Classical political economy, Neoclassical economics, Marxism, Keynesian economics, Chicago school of Economics, and many more.

    In contemporary times, economics can be broadly classified as microeconomics and macroeconomics. The study of interactions between individual agents and the marketplace is called microeconomics. Households, firms, sellers, buyers, etc., are considered individual agents. On the other hand, macroeconomics scrutinizes the entire economy and deals with elements such as production, distribution, investment, and savings of resources. It also closely observes the problems of inflation, unemployment, and economic stagnation while analyzing the public policies that contribute to or affect these issues. The findings of economic analyses can be implemented in various aspects of society such as government, education, real estate, healthcare, law, politics, religion, and more.

    Many prestigious universities around the globe like Harvard, Stanford, Yale, etc., offer world-class undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs in economics. Supply and demand, market failure, production cost, and efficiency are some of the popular topics in the study of microeconomics. Growth, inflation, business cycles, fiscal policies, etc. are integral components in the study of macroeconomics. Economics can be collaborated with politics and social sciences to form a new branch of study called political economics. Karl Marx, Adam Smith, Friedrich Hayek, Alfred Marshall, and Milton Friedman are some of the most popular economists.

    To dive deeper into various economics-related topics, explore some of the essays, term papers, and research documents listed below:

  • The, Economic, And Economic Growth

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    Explanation:From the preeminent example of an “economic miracle,” Japan has become the preeminent example of stagnation. There is not one lost decade, there are now more than two—dating back roughly to 1991, and with no end in sight. Japan is hardly the only economy facing problems, but its failures have unfortunately proved to be the world’s most durable.[1] The policies have been debated for centuries, but the fundamental sources of long-term growth are plain. For Japan, the prospects for land

  • Economics, And Economic Theory

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    Economics, and economic theory, is solely based on the ideas and predictions of how specific events will affect a country 's economy in the near future. Not only this, but these theories also help to predict how each group, or class of people, will be affected. There have been plenty of theorists throughout time; however, two of the more influential theorists, Adam Smith and Karl Marx, have left an irrefutable impact on economic theory as a whole. Though both theorists were equally as influential

  • Economics : Economics And Goals

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    Economics/Goals Essay Everybody has a goal that they wish to accomplish. Whether it be losing a few pounds or becoming the next President of the United States, every individual has an objective that they hope to achieve. In order to get to that point, a person must take a step backward and plan out how they will reach their target. Like an economist would, they need to consider all possible obstacles, benefits, and consequences of their available choices. In my case, I have quite a few decisions

  • Economics

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         The economic problem is simply the process of providing for the material well- being of society.(Heilbroner) In my own words, I feel that the economic problem is simply that there are to many jobs and to many people that are not qualified for the “right” job that they can perform. This then leads to people who do not have the “right” job for them to not work, because they feel that that is not the job for them. This could be a huge problem that eventually

  • economics

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    accommodations and more than 3 quarters of Australians rent from private landlords (Mustafa 2014, p. 1, Australian bureau of statics).Housing plays a strong role in regards to the social wellbeing of Australians. Good housing has provided good social and economic environment for society (Mustafa 2014, p. 1, Australian bureau of statics). Factors influencing the housing market Interest’s rates These are the most important factors which affect housing and the property market in Australia. The definition of

  • economics

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    Lesson 1 Project Economic Questions and Vision The two major economic systems in the world are the capitalist (free market) economic system and the socialist economic system. The many different countries of the world usually have an economic system in place that contains elements of both capitalism and socialism. Since the philosophies of capitalism and socialism are opposite, an individual country and its economic system will answer key economic questions differently. Regardless of

  • economics

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    Applying Economic Concepts To My Life The concepts of economics has been a daily part of my life. The concepts apply to my poor choices, when I make food, and when I have to make decisions. Many of these concepts apply to my life in many ways. Five economic concepts that apply to my life are opportunity cost, shortage and surplus, rational self-interest, substitution, and income. The first economic concept that applies to my life is opportunity cost. I apply opportunity cost to my life when I have

  • Economics

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    critics by Robert Gray. The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Sustainability Reporting Guidelines help organisations in preparing sustainability reports regardless of their size, sector or location. It is a framework for reporting on an organisation’s economic, environmental and social performance. As most of the companies follow this framework, it enhances comparability across a diverse range of organisations with extensive and geographically dispersed operations. The Guidelines were developed with the

  • Economics

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         Definition of Topic: Economics is the study of supply and demand. It defines the ways that human beings allocate resources and how resources are distributed amongst a market. It allows you to see trends in current market places and predict what may happen in the future. Many different subjects were once regarded as a part of economics. Political science and even sociology were once considered part of the field. These subjects still play a major role in understanding economics but are also completely