Samples "Economics"

Economics

Investing on low cost computers in a country like India has its advantages. The country provides a large market for the product and considering that it is 21st century, everyone would want a laptop of their own. However considering India economy, it is best to do an economic analysis to...

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While macroeconomics might seem like an abstract field of study to some, for others it represents a very real link to personal life. Certain macroeconomic concepts do not just play out in textbooks. Rather, they have real-life applications to individuals in a wide range of situations. Specifically, unemployment, inflation, and...

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In a Public Media Video, Arizona Week 12-20-2013, host Lorraine Rivera says that a study conducted by two University of Arizona professor claims that Mexican nationals who come to Arizona to shop spend one billion dollars every year in the State of Arizona. Lorraine Rivera goes on to interview Felipe...

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Countries join economic blocs for several reasons. First of all, it increases foreign direct investment in the country by eliminating or at least significantly reducing trade barriers. Another benefit of an economic bloc is that it allows companies to achieve economies of scale because it expands the market for their...

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Recap the article in one paragraphIn the article Japan Posts Healthy Current Account Surplus, there is a focus on the challenges the country has been going through during the last several years. On the surface, it appears as if the economy is on the verge of experiencing an increase in...

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Mexico is a Latin American federal republic which gained independence from the Spanish colonizers in 1810 and has a population of approximately 124 million people. It is a firmly established middle-income country, with purchasing power parity (PPP) of US $ 2.602 trillion, which has been ranked 11th globally. It has...

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This very topical dispute demonstrates and epitomises the fraught and contentious circumstances which manifest when competing ecological, cultural and business interests collide; all expostulating valid intentions and purposes, and all able to cite and rely upon some degree of national or international law in support of their argument. The purpose...

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The debate regarding the effectiveness of foreign aid is one that has divided scholars. The idealist, the pragmatist and the “randomist” refers to three approaches to the understanding of international development practices, in particular foreign aid. The idealist looks at the potential for aid, and the good that it can...

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Indicative Summary and Highlighting statementsThis graph from Income in Canada (2016) represents data collected in the census conducted in 2016 on the income of individuals living in Canada (Income in Canada, 2016). The data analyses various perspectives, for instance, ranking household incomes according to territories, the proportion of the population...

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