Economics

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  • Sustainable Economic Development Essay

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    PART 4 SOCIAL DIMENSION (BETWEEN TURKEY AND OECD) Sustainable economic development cant be achieved unless and until social development also takes place. Consequently, the social dimensions of economic development and productivity are as important as the economic dimensions. Income inequality in OECD countries is at its highest level for the past half century. The average income of the richest 10% of the population is about nine times that of the poorest 10% across the OECD, up from seven times 25

  • Poverty And Inequality

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    The Impact of Poverty & inequality on Economic Growth Introduction: In present scenario: People who per capita income is less than one dollar fall in criteria of poverty , along with inequality is also on other issue which contain limited number of household had lion share in GNP which large number of people had limited share in GNP. These limited number of people (Richest) increased their share in GNP day by day. These both issue create so many other issue and indicators like limited personal

  • Literature Review: Causes Of The Financial Crisis

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    (1979) proposes that crisis occur when a country having fixed exchange rate tries to oppose fiscal imbalances by deficit financing. It leads to imbalance on foreign currency market and exhaustion of foreign reserves and hence led to collapse of the economic system. The view of long term fiscal imbalances being serious of development of financial crisis came to be known as a first generation view. There’s also a second generation view that became the principal focus of crisis occur. It suggests that

  • Corruption In A Country

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    economy is the state of a country, which includes networks of interactions between producers, distributors, and consumers, in terms of the production and consumption of goods and services and the supply of money. Economics also emphasises the efficiency and effectiveness

  • Pros And Cons Of Resource Repariation

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    Resource allocation is the process by which available resources are distributed between competing uses. In a competitive and advanced technological era, resources should have been allocated in the most effective and efficient manner. However, there exist firms that encourage inefficiencies in order to earn more income. This process of inefficient allocation of resources leads to imperfections in the market. Market failures have negative effects on the economy because an optimal allocation of resources

  • Macroeconomic Theory Of Inflation

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    Among the various cornerstones of macroeconomic theory, one finds Inflation held at high helm of affairs. There is a vast literature spanning across centuries treating the subject matter and as usual with epochs the meaning and significance of the word “Inflation” seems to have changed. For many years the word Inflation was not a statement about prices rather a condition of paper money, which is a description about monetary policy. A testimony of it can be seen via these two quotes: Inflation is

  • Theory Of Technological Unemployment

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    Abstract Unemployment is an economic condition marked by the fact that individuals actively seeking jobs remain un-hired. The level of unemployment varies with economic conditions and other circumstances. Diminution of jobs caused due to technological amelioration is referred to as technological unemployment. Many sociologists, social scientists and governments have expressed their concern over the same and have tried to obtain solutions. The following paper is our attempt to track the significance

  • Economic Effects Of The Industrial Revolution

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    Kacie Lee 2/23/18 Tomasetti AP World P.6 Practice Essay #3 The advent of the industrial revolution was a big historical moment. This revolution impacted the world in many different ways such economically and socially. In the period between 1750 and 1900, although certain aspects of the quality of life for the average worker was positively affected due to an increased number of jobs and cheaper goods, overall, other factors such as unsafe and crude working conditions, child labor, and bad living

  • Key Features Of Successful Entrepreneurship

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    Evaluate the key features of successful strategic entrepreneurship drawing on real cases and examples. Entrepreneurship is a journey, where a person develops a business from the ground level, right from coming up with a business idea and facing all the hindrances and risks and financing it and turning it into a Profitable entity. It just doesn’t end with this, it involves continuous research and recognizing right opportunities and investing on the best ones. Any person who takes up this journey

  • Economic Analysis Of Accident Law

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    ability of victims of harm to sue and to collect payments from those who injured them”. Steven Shavell (Shavell. S, 2009) is one of the prominent practitioners of economic analysis of Accident law. This law of accident comes under the umbrella of tort law which in simple words means negligence or breach of duty by a defendant. The economic analysis of accidents starts with the remark that they're not totally accidental. I do no longer pick to run my car right into a pedestrian; however I do select