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  • Economic Growth

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    According to the New Classical Model, economic growth can be achieved by accumulating labor, capital and other factors of production. Since all these factors experience diminishing marginal returns, the economy can only achieve a steady equilibrium income through continuous increase in saving and investment but at the same time reduce population growth. However, a policy that helps to increase both savings and investment but at the same time reduce population growth especially in developing countries

  • ALMPs

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    historically been a short-term adjustment variable in times of economic crisis (it is much easier to reduce payroll to get rid of a building when things go wrong in a company). Empirical evidence however shows that the impact of short-term adjustments in an economy in a cycle of economic contraction is not homogeneous in the labor market, nor is in economic growth. Young people are the first to exit the crisis and the last to enter the economic recovery. Youth unemployment rates in the years after the

  • Economics, Scarcity, and Choice

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    Economics, Scarcity, and Choice Economics: is the study of choice under conditions of scarcity Scarcity: a situation in which the amount of something available is insufficient to satisfy the desire for it. - time and purchasing power are scarce As individual’s, we face a scarcity of time and spending power. Given more of either, we could have more of the goods and services that we desire. Resources: the land, labor, and capital that are used to produce goods and services - scarce

  • The Effect of Supply Chains Management Process

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    Supply chains management (SCM) is one of popular concept in business administration both in practical areas and academic discipline. Supply chains management can be seen as a response to the changing of global market conditions. Level of uncertainty in almost every aspect of our life from political to economy, from natural disaster to advance technology has lead massive changes in global and local market. SCM then is one of the concepts used by both scholar and company to overcome the challenge of

  • The Power of Government

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    the freedom without order can detrimental to society. As a nation we have seen that when there is no power in government there is no order, and with no order the people will suffer through economic hardship. In the subject of healthcare the source states that with government involvement results in great economic consequences for the ordinary individual by high tax rates. However in order to maintain stability within a society we must satisfy the needs of all citizens and to do so people must participate

  • Transition of the Bulgarian Economy: 1990-1997

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    Transition of the Bulgarian Economy: 1990-1997 The immense political and economic changes in Central and Eastern Europe have created a variety of unique transition economies. Each country controlling its own development without fully understanding the implications of the monetary and fiscal macroeconomic policies it yields. Bulgaria in particular has had mixed results. A 1992 OECD Economic Assessment of Bulgaria described “shock therapeitic” reform programs that included the abolition of central

  • Characteristics Of Financial Globalization

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    economy over the past decade. The ongoing global economic crisis, which showed another face of financial globalization, forced to pay attention to this phenomenon. Indeed, despite the fact that this phenomenon is generally accepted in the science, there are still major differences in the definition of financial globalization. Globalization - the world is an objective trend caused by the strengthening of international political, cultural, economic, financial, informational, technical and other relations

  • Musharakah Financing Facilities for Property Development Project in Jakarta, Indonesia

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    and channelling them to the community in the form of credit or loan to improve the standard of living of many people. Along the economic growth after the credit is being implemented, from time to time the bank will face the credit risk. There are many ways to minimize the credit risk. The one way is to perform client analysis of 5C (character, capacity, capital, condition of economy and collateral). Given credit to a debtor must meet the requirements of the principle known as 5C, the five principles

  • Problems Facing The World Bank In Zimbabwe Case Study

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    That the World Bank and IMF Created for Zimbabwe Zimbabwe had agreements with the World Bank in the later 1980s when it signed an arrangement with the IMF in exchange for a $484 million loan. In order to get the loan, Zimbabwe had to accepted the conditions required by the IMF of the policy changes, which including Zimbabwe to “cut its fiscal deficit, tax rate reductions, the deregulation of financial markets, to

  • Article Summary: The Theory Of International Trade

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    (i) The main arguments of the author. The article has several argument, following are more stand out point: 1) The theory of international trade cannot provide a proper explanation of why international economic inequalities exist in the trade. Moreover, the current tendencies show that those inequalities are growing, and also those processes cannot be explained with the theory of international trade. 2) The movements of labor, resources and capital between countries are huge, but they do not lead