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  • Credit Crunch

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    Loans from banks are something quite common in the modern world. Credits are requested both by individuals and large corporations for all kinds of purposes. However, this common practice is seen as one of the main reasons for the financial crisis which occurred in 2008 (Taylor, 2009). The explanation offered by the experts is that the problem lied in the fact that number of credits was rising, global savings were decreasing, while the long-term interested rates remained low (Taylor, 2009, pp. 4)

  • Speech On Importance Of College Education

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    The Importance of a College Education By not attending college, you may get a year 's rest and a chance to think your decisions through, but if you ever do decide to attend college, you will miss out on a lot of opportunities as well. I think you should consider going to college rather than driving the open road after High School. The information you 've learned in High School will be more fresh in your mind now than 1 year from now. You have passed 12 years of schooling, yet now you may

  • Government Actions to Prevent Economic Crises

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    still rarer are events of complete self-recovery of the market without any government support. In many ways, the handling of the Swedish Banking crisis of the early 1990’by the Swedish Parliament is an exemplary policy response to an economic crisis. In a purely historical context, the Swedish economic crisis resembles the current global economic crisis due to the similarity in origins despite the glaring disproportion of the size and scope of these crises. Both these crises were preceded by long

  • Declining Efficiency of Investment

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    the Thai economy briefly in perspective. Over the past 2 decades, the Thai economy has been one of the best performing economies in the world, characterized by sustained high growth rates, averaging 10.3% 1985-90, and 8% in the years prior to the crisis (1990-96). This growth was accompanied by a dramatic decline in the incidence of absolute poverty, from 57% in 1962 to 14% in 1992, with per capita income increasing from $700 per annum in the late 1960s, to $2,700 in 1996. At the same time, rapid

  • Credit Crisis in Greece

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    it an influential position globally (Hubpages 2011). At some point in time, an economy may be in crisis due to many reasons. This is said to be in place when the financial institutions are cautious about their lending habits due to failure by some debtors to pay back in due course. The defaulting of loans affects the lending habits of banks and other financial institutions. In the state of a crisis, financial institutions tend to either charge enough interest on loans or pay too much for the securitized

  • Impact of the Current Global Financial Crisis on Human Resource Management

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    HR departments are not hiring new employees, layoffs, not paying for overwork hours, cost cutting including wages and bonuses, less training and early retirement programs and so on. What has been happening in my country, Japan, since this financial crisis began was much different from former recessions such as 1990s. For example, the TOYOTA started reducing workings days from five days a week to three or four days a week in most factories instead of firing people. Finally, they decided to close some

  • Essay On Decolonization

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    War that made a major impact dealing with the decolonization process in different countries. It took a hit mostly on the European empires in Africa, Asia, and the Pacific. Many speeches and conferences were held over these circumstances. The Suez crisis had a major effect with the decolonization only because it prompted a negative reaction, forcing those few countries to withdraw. It demonstrated how little power and control they had. Even though the decolonization process lasted a long time, it

  • International Financial Crisis

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    INTRODUCTION The term of financial crisis means that the situation happen when some of financial assets going loss and crashed a large amount of the nominal value. It would effects to the financial institutions when investors take out or withdraw all of their assets in the banks. This is because those of investor expect that the value of the assets would fell down if them saving in that institution. Besides that, the financial crisis also can be defined when the assets in financial institution

  • Financial Crisis: Theoretical and Historical Perspective an Article by Güven Delice

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    studies about crisis because crisis are experiencing anywhere and anytime in the world. I have scanned many articles about types of crisis and examples of them. There are too many article but I can’t found any containing two of them together. There are too many research resources but they are very scattered. Almost all of them are post graduate level. They are hard to understand as a sudent at the graduate level. There is a sample article by Güven Delice. Title of article is Financial Crisis: Theoretical

  • Malaysia's Alternative Strategy

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    [MALAYSIA’S ALTERNATIVE STRATEGY] Introduction The 1997 Asian Financial Crisis drew attention to just how fragile our global economic system can become either when overexposed to foreign market intervention, or when underperformance remains unchecked. Prior to June 1997, The Republic of Korea encountered issues as 10 of its 30 top performing chaebol (Conglomerate) collapsed underneath debt which far exceeded their respective equities. Korean steel production giant Hanbo faced additional stress