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  • Adam Smith: The Father Of Modern Economics

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    In history, Adam Smith – the father of Modern Economics, defined economics as the abundance of money. He claimed that economics studies human behavior on how to manage their resources and the objective to earn more wealth by any means at any cost. He also assumed that wealth is the only important factor in the world. Earning wealth is top priority and mankind is the second priority. Mankind is for wealth but wealth is not for mankind. The idea of A. Smith is that human beings have their own interests

  • Essay On Sustainable Economic Development

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    Economics is a body of wisdom (a science) that has certain theories, values, methods, and assumptions. One particular goal of economists is to understand how to produce goods for society in the most efficient practice and manner. This is achieved by having a well furnished and better understanding of human activities in a market system. Environment is the vital, important and fundamental issue for everyone. Since climate change and global warming of the world is continuing, society demands that

  • Neo Classical Economic Analysis

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    Political Economy and Neo-Classical Economics 2. Ans - Classical Economy Neo-clssicle Economy 1. classical economy is macro level concept 1.Neo-classical economy is micro lavel concept 2- In classical Economy there is every thing is depend on utilitarian approach 2-In neo-classical economy isn’t every time depend on the utilitarian approach 3- Classical economy is statistic concept 3 Neo- classical economy

  • Essay On Economic Situation In Nepal

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    Economic situation of Nepal remains relatively stable in spite of a difficult political economic context. In 2010 the growth of GDP is estimated to be 3%, due to more difficult monetary conditions, lower remittances and bad agricultural performance. The economy of the country highly depends on the trade with India. Due the poor condition of it the inadequate supply of energy and waters and the lack of transparency in tax administration strong barriers to the country’s economic still remain same

  • Economic Objectives Of Government Essay

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    The economic objectives of government are the attainment of sustainable economic growth (assumed to be around 3-4%), price stability, full employment, ecologically sustainable development, income equality and external stability. The two main macroeconomic policies used by government are the fiscal policy and monetary policy. Fiscal policy refers to the government’s manipulation of the two variables, taxation and government spending to alter the level of aggregate demand in the economy. If the government

  • Factors Affecting Economic Growth

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    2015 ECOFIN What is economic growth and what affects it? Economic growth is an increase in the amount of goods produced per head of the population over a period of time. It is affected by many aspects under many circumstances. There are two types of factors which impact the economic development and growth in a country, they are economic factors and non-economic factors. First, economic factors include natural resources, technology, currency, and trade. Secondly, non-economic factors include human

  • Keynesian Economics Summary

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    worldwide economic crash or provide sufficient public policy solutions to advocate production and employment. The main objective of Keynes’s theory is the arguments that aggregate demand—measured as the amount of expenditure by households, businesses, and the government—is the most crucial motive in an economy. Keynes again insisted that free markets have no self-balancing structures that lead to complete employment. Keynesian economists advocate

  • Local Economic Development

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    Introduction The Local Economic Development (LED) became popular in the 1990s in many developing countries. However, various forms of it were already implemented many years earlier by industrialised countries. With the newly elected democratic government of South Africa in 1994, came the raise of a new vision for development and the return to the global economy. The economy was exposed to both globalisation and localisation. The concept of Local Economic Development (LED) was adopted and introduced

  • Economic Benefits Of Capitalism

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    Milton Friedman, a Nobel Prize winning economist, concludes that in all forms of economic systems, greed is a constant that does not determine the difference between a country of poverty or wealth; the countries that escape poverty have a free market economy that permit personal economic growth and wealth. Individual economic interests should indeed be paramount in our economic system. Capitalism is defined as, “An economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled

  • Personal Statement Essay: Why I Want To Study Economics

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    Ever since I was young, I have known that I want to study economics. That was partially motivated by a curiosity to comprehend the status quo. Moreover, as a citizen of a least developed country, I had witnessed the many disasters that my people have endured as a result of extreme poverty, growing income inequalities, and inefficient utilization of resources that have existed for many years. These factors initiated the thought to consider Social Science class when I had an opportunity to choose my