Samples "Global economy"

Global economy

Dubai Expo 2020

Plans to hold the 2022 by Expo present advantages and disadvantages, but the benefits appear to significantly outweigh the drawbacks. The following list highlights the imbalance that favors opportunities to the UAE economy: Positive Outcomes: • expansion and opportunities for Dubai as a global business hub • transformation of the...

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Disaster Economics

In the article published by the USGS entitled “Flood Hazards – A National Threat”, the authors note that whereas, on the one hand, fatalities which result from floods has decreased over the last fifty years, on the other, economic losses have contrastingly increased. (USGS, 2006 p. 1) The increase in...

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Confessions of an Economic Hit Man Summary

Confessions of an Economic Hit Man by John Perkins is a book intent on bringing readers into the inner reaches of the world of international finance. Written as a memoir designed to enlighten, the book is in many ways controversial. The author wrote what appears to be an honest portrayal...

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UK GDP

Economies around the world were greatly affected by the global financial crisis which began around 2008 and is still being felt by several countries even in Europe. The UK’s GDP, as written about in this article, is growing “faster than expected”. The author of the article has done well to...

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The Myth of the Robber Barons

There are a great number of topics that outline the economic development of the United States in various history volumes. One of the most fascinating concepts about the economic development in the United States in the late 19th century is how many individuals made their fortunes by what many would...

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Global and Virtual Teams

Project management, “the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities to meet project requirements,” may be used in a variety of situations, but such situations do not only have to be local; project management skills may be utilized within projects where members of the team are not...

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Global Business: Cultural Factors

U.S. sports franchises looking to expand abroad should take several cultural factors into consideration when desiring to increase the popularity of a sport. A U.S. sports franchise may first want to evaluate the value that a culture places on sports in general and the sport the franchise is attempting to...

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Understanding The Global Economy

The invention of the internet brought about the upsurge in websites creation and social networking sites in the twenty first century. Almost every start up company and existing businesses must have a website, not only to relay relevant information about their products and services in the public domain but also...

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Globalization and Economics

In this increasingly technological age, many countries have begun to use greater and greater levels of energy per person on a daily basis. Compounding this growth is general increase in population, which increases as health practices improve. Consequently many nations and the world in general have needed to concentrate some...

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The World Needs To Be Changed

Our world has made tremendous progress in economic terms but some things do not change such as the greed of men, especially of those in power. And greedy people often end up doing more damage than good. Fortunately, we have also made social progress and today a common person has...

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NAFTA: North American Free Trade Agreement

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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Does Foreign Aid Work? The Idealist, the Pragmatist and the “Randomist”

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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Relations between the European Union (EU) and China

Relations between the European Union (EU) and China began in 1975. Their trade relations were officially established during this time. These trade relations were also referred to as Sino European relations. The relations intended to improve issues such as prosperity, peace, sustainable development and trade. Trade has developed efficiently between...

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Economic Inequality

Economic inequality has become a major aspect of every economic, political, and social study in our world today. Multiple scholarly articles refer to it as the dependent variable that is caused by either governmental policies, technological advancement, or globalization. This seems to be the case in almost all of the...

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Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum for Canada, Mexico, and European Union

In his first term in office, President Trump has showcased his interest to reduce some of the trade abuses affecting America’s economy. First on his list is the imposition of tariffs on the importation of steel from Mexico, European Union (EU), and Canada. The crackdown is expected to focuses on...

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The Panama Canal

The Panama Canal was a marvel of international communication, forward thinking, and was vital to the expedited movement of goods between the Atlantic coast and the Pacific coast spearheaded by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1903 (Office of the Historian, 2016). Completed in 1914, the Panama Canal revolutionized transportation, shipping, supply...

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International Economics

Introduction The United States is a major market for many products from around the world. They are a major import nation. Recently, the U.S. economy has been sluggish and opinions are mixed as to whether it is likely to turnaround any time soon (Long, 2016). The financial crisis in the...

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Impact of Immigration on the European Union Economy

The Key termAmong the major advantages of the European Union is the free immigration policy that opens up the borders of member states to citizens to move freely between member states in search for job opportunities, education and other benefits. This provision has the highest usability among the citizens because...

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Investigating the rapidly declining share of the world economy for Europe’s four largest economies (1900 – 2015)

The aim of the project is to investigate the share of the world’s economy for Europe’s four largest economies, which has been rapidly declining. The project uses statistical data on Germany, Italy, France, Portugal, Belgium, Canada, USA, Australia, Switzerland, Finland, UK, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Spain in its...

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International Economy

The four countries being focused in this paper, namely USA, China, Saudi Arabia, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, are in a different stage in the lifecycle. Congo is in the introduction stage. This country is in the process of developing its various industries. Few firms are operating in these...

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