Samples "Economics"

Economics

Illegal immigration has been a source of increasing concern for economists in the United States. During the last ten years, the population of illegal immigrants in the US has increased from five million to the current 11.7 million; an issue which has prompted angry charged that the country has lost...

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Between the periods 1950 to 1959, the economy of West Germany grew rapidly attaining increases of up to 8% percent in gross domestic product (GDP). It surpassed that of most countries in Europe against the expectations of many, owing to the effects of the First World War. Only countries like...

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Part 11) It is unlikely that British chocolate will be prohibited within the EU after Brexit because British companies do not violate major EU quality standards. The only controversial issue which caused chocolate war was largely about labeling. The European Commission and the majority of Euro-MPs believe that trade restrictions...

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India has experienced gender inequality for close to a century. The figures of boys are always higher than those for girls. The main reason for this imbalance is sex selection where most families prefer having a boy child than a girl (Mohan, para. 4). Boys play a significant role in...

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There are many differences between the United States and Kuwait when it comes to things like the economy and social spending. The countries have different needs, different sizes, and different populations, which leads to significant differences in policy. The minimum wage for private sector employees is $198 US per month,...

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The Western Range is the vast tract of dry grasslands and deserts stretching from Western Nebraska, Kansas and Texas to the Sierra Nevada. It has been used extensively as a grazing ground for the Western livestock industry since the end of the Civil War. In the 1870s, cattle drives were...

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Butler seeks to review not only the drilling but also the utilization of horizontal wells for the recovery of traditional crude oils and gas, along with the upturn of heavy oils and bitumen. The researcher finds out that horizontal wells appear to hold immense promise for a non-expensive production of...

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BackgroundThe current situation in the oil industry in Canada is not as favorable as it should be for the people, the federal government, and the private firms. These are the stakeholders in the oil industry in the country. The situation leads to the need for the decision to come up...

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Texas has been termed to possess the third most regressive tax system in the United States. Taking a scope into the taxation system in Texas, one will not fail to notice that high-income earners in Texas are the ones contributing the least to local taxes compared to other states while...

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