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  • The Economics of Federal Defense Policy

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    to fix the vital issues at hand. Although both Republicans and Democrats believed that the United States was still the "sole superpower", the people of the United States saw that their quality of life was deteriorating. In fact, the signs of economic, social, and political decay were undeniable. For example, the wages of production workers in America have declined twenty percent in the last twenty years due to large corporations shifting their operations overseas. Over thirty-seven million

  • Government, Economics, and Fiscal Policy

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    The statement “I want my job back!” has become a war cry for the masses. Great amounts of money are being dumped into the economy, but with little to no return. The system is failing and people are becoming restless. In light of the recent “Occupy Wall Street” protests the question begs to be answered, “Are we going to get our jobs back?” With so many politicians declaring they have the answers, how can we find the correct path to follow? Something is missing from both plans, but first the plans

  • International Economic Policy: Book Review

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    International Economic Policy: Book Review The book reviewed in this essay, International Economic Policy in the 1990s, was to focus on some of the most recent concerns about international trade. Its author, William R. cline, seems to have some good insights about the topic as it seems that he researched, taught and lectured about this field of study. The author tried to be as objective as possible and tried not to be biased by referring to the different opinions about most of the issues he handled

  • Josef Stalin and His Economic Policies

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    pushed forward with all his policies. What resulted was an extreme totalitarian dictatorship. Stalin imposed his stamp on Russia. He employed greater control over the communist party, and to guarantee its longevity, he unleashed a flood of fear and coercion which had never been seen before. He eliminated any threats to his position via the NKVD and the purges which resulted in the death of millions of soviet people. This also enabled him to proceed with his major economic changes in the form of collectivisation

  • American Fiscal Policies and Economic Growth

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    American fiscal policies and economic growth Fiscal policy refers to the use of taxation and expenditure to impact on the economy of any country. Specifically, an economy of a country relies on the major instruments of fiscal policy which entails government expenditure on the various sectors of the economy and changes in the taxation system. As a result of the changes that the government can make on the two components for example through the ministries of finance or planning, various macroeconomic

  • Economic Policy of President Woodrow Wilson

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    Woodrow Wilson, as the 28th President of the United States, enacted some of the most sweeping economic overhauls the American government has ever seen. The “Professor President”, by compromising and cutting deals, was able to bring to life his vision of reform in the business world. The Underwood-Simmons bill, the Federal Reserve Act, the Federal Trade Commission Act and the Clayton Anti-Trust Act were all brought about by Wilson as tools to further his goal of taking away power from the large corporations

  • Review and Analysis of Malaysia's Economic Policies

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    Neighboring countries Singapore and Malaysia may be geographically within spitting distance but their economic polices, corporate culture, future goals and many more are independent. According to a book written by Mahathir Mohamad, Malaysia views Singapore as a Chinese nation while they consider Malaysia primarily as the Malay state. (Mohamad, 2005) One factor these two nations share in common is the pluralistic feature. Even though each has a different dominant race, both nations comprise of similar

  • The Effects of Stalin's Economic and Social Policies

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    The Effects of Stalin's Economic and Social Policies One of Russia's most prominent political leaders of all time, was a man named Joseph Dzhugashvili. A man, who at one time was being trained to become a priest, and would one day become a major revolutionary in the history of the USSR. The name that Stalin went by was not his given name, but one meaning "man of steel," that he made up. Stalin's rule is one of history's more controversial topics and still, even years after his rampant rule

  • The Fascists’ Control of Italy and their Social and Economic Policies

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    The Fascists’ social and economic policies up to 1939 significantly aided their control over Italy yet may not be cited as the sole cause. The Fascist party’s social and economic policies along with other factors attributed to the overall control of Italy. Through such policies it was a certainty that the Fascist party would hold complete power over the population of Italy in each aspect of an individual’s life whether it was their leisure time through the Dopolavoro or at work under the corporate

  • Globalization and Policy Concertation

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    paper is that globalization is not leading to a decline in the incidence of policy concertation in Western Europe between governments, employers and trade unions, contrary to much accepted wisdom, and that this persistence of policy concertation can be best understood in terms of a configurational model of policy concertation in which the main variables are perceived problems, the degree of agreement on economic policy among the relevant political actors, and the perceived implementation capacity