Economics

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  • Democracy And Democracy

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    between democracy and economic growth has generated much controversy, research, and even bewilderment. If economic development is an expression of the level of development of societies, it will also be compatible with the level of democratic development. Democracy will become a catalyst and engine of economic and social development in society. To what extent does the economy affect the building of democracy? Is democracy a condition for economic development, or is economic development laying the

  • Malaysia Macroeconomic Problems

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    Economy is an intense component that can accelerate the improvement of that specific nation. Conversely, if the economy is performing gravely, it will turn into a hindrance that retard the methodology of improvement of a nation. In Malaysia, the economy is viewed as performing admirably as the GDP rate is indicated to be 4.4% in the first 50% of 2011 as per the Department of Statistics in Malaysia. Truth be told, Malaysia has confronted a portion of the major macroeconomic issues, for example, unemployment

  • Disadvantages Of Mode Choice Model

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    What is Mode Choice Model? Mode Choice models define travelers’ choice towards choosing various modes like public transport or private transport modes. These models take into account all the input variables about each possible mode of transport that the traveler has available for the trip and gives the proportion of travelers which would use each mode of transport. This model sometimes called a mode split model. Mode choice model helps in building trip matrix and mode split model separates this matrix

  • Weak Governance And Economic Growth

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    governance and political instability. The economic growth and political stability are interlinked, in this way uncertain political stability may result in less investments reducing or slowing the speed of economic growth in a country and contrary to this, political stability results in larger investments, gradually increasing the economy. The terms political instability and weak governance will be used in this research which will show its affects on our economic growth . The word political instability

  • Economic Environment In International Business

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    customers and even its product and services. Technological developments improve communication, increase leisure time And Information systems, thus, the company has to be taken in consideration before any action. b. Economic environment The economic environment consists of the broader economic factors and trends that may influence an organizations performance. It is divided in two; The Macroeconomic environment, which impact an entire economy and most of its participants, then there is the microeconomic

  • Apple Economic Factor Analysis

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    Economic factors are described above in the table and from those examples I would pick two factors and describe them and link it to my business which is Apple. I would illustrate how the selected economic factors are influencing on Apple UK branch and Apple China branch. I would be looking at economic factors such as interest rates and exchange rates. Interest rate is a percentage of money which is charged on borrowed money such as loans. Interest rate is charged to every business or individual depending

  • Role Of Ict In Economic Growth

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    ICT and Economic Growth-An Indian perspective Abstract: ICT deals with how digital information passes between the devices. The most common example that can be cited is the Internet, a worldwide network of computers linked together by guided or unguided media. There are however, other examples, like mobile phones, interactive televisions and personal organizers. It is a cross cutting theme because of the recognition by the European Commission that ICT has the potential to have a major impact on

  • Free Market Characteristics

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    In principle the economic characteristics of a free market economy should completely contrast with that of a planned economy as they are on polar sides of the spectrum. This is mostly true, however there are a few characteristics that slightly overlap. To begin with the ownership of the two economies is extremely diverse. In the free market nearly all of the factors of production are owned privately and the market forces are allowed to guide the allocation of resources with in a society. This heavily

  • Real Estate Demand In Economics

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    Today, real estate market may be outlandish and idiosyncratic in terms of its application in an intricate market of an economy. But they have to still abide by the principles of economics ¬¬– Demand and Supply. These are an analytical tool of economics, through which we can reckon the atmosphere of market conditions and opportunities of real estate, which can be categories into different type’s i.e. residential house, retail property, office property, etc. However, Dubai government’s decided to

  • Economic Empowerment Case Study

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    CHAPTER TWO: CASE STUDY: AN ANALYSIS OF THE FISCAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EQUITY BANK, THE WOMEN'S ENTERPRISE FUND AND WOMEN IN THE INFORMAL SECTOR . Female economic empowerment is influenced by access to finance and capital. This chapter seeks to analyze the extent of this assertion by critically assessing information attained through fieldwork across the aforementioned financial institutions and among women in the informal sector. The fieldwork was carried out over a period of two weeks within