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  • Imf's Member Countries For Discussion
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    The IMF is the world's central organization for international monetary cooperation. It is an organization in which almost all countries in the world work together to promote the common good. The IMF's primary purpose is to ensure the stability of the international monetary system-the system of exchange rates and international payments that enables countries (and their citizens) to buy goods and services from each other. This is essential for sustainable economic growth and rising living standard...
  • Low Inflation And Steady Economic Growth
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    ECONOMIC OBJECTIVES - INFLATION Inflation is a rise in the general level of prices of commodities. Inflation is a major economic issue in Australia, and is one which requires stable management for durable and long-term improvements. Low inflation and steady economic growth; have emerged as outstanding economic achievements this decade. Along with unemployment, economic growth and external viability; inflation acts a major economic indicator, illustrating the strength and stability of our economy...
  • Lenin's Policy Of War Communism
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    "Both Lenin and Stalin adopted well-structured economic policies in order to build their country into a well-established and powerful state" Robin Ronne Both Lenin and Stalin had enormous power to change Russia as the leaders of the 'Dictatorship of the Proletariat'; the question is how did they succeed in giving economic power to Russian people. The first solid economic policy instituted in Russia after the abdication of the Tsar and the overthrow of Kerensky's Provisional Government was Lenin'...
  • Economic Policies
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    Milton Friedman. Milton Friedman (born July 31, 1912) won The Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel in 1976. His book Free to Choose, written with his wife Rose, became a ten-part television series on PBS in early 1980. His son David Friedman has carried on his tradition of explaining the principles of the free market. Born in New York, he obtained a Bachelor's degree from Rutgers University, his Master's degree from the University of Chicago, and his PhD from Colum...
  • Economic Growth And The Level Of Unemployment
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    Linda McQuaig's book, The Cult of Impotence: Selling the Myth of Powerlessness in the Global Economy, is a refreshing new approach to viewing the current state of global economy and Canada's place in it. In recent years, such mysterious terms as fiscal deficits, natural rate of unemployment, stock market fluctuations, interest rate cuts and zero inflation and so on, have received an exceptional level of public consideration. Nevertheless, in spite of the now generally acceptable importance of th...
  • Supply Side Economics And Policies
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    Supply-Side economics and policies would best benefit the economy in the case of a recession in the year 2000. Supply-side policies are made of several important points to regulate the economy. Supply-side policies consist of stimulating the economy by production, cutting taxes, and limiting government regulations to increase incentives for businesses and individuals. Businesses then would invest more and expand to create jobs for people who would save and spend more money. Thus, increased inves...
  • Certain Economic Relations With A Nation
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    The United States has been a super power for many years now. Will they continue to be so Part of this reason is that since gaining world leadership it has had an enormous impact in trading affairs. To determine foreign policy factions with the most influence around contribute to determining what goes where as they are involved in business and moneymaking. Out of these are trade groups being the most important. The nations partial success has been due to the fact that it preferably trades with th...
  • Leninism To Stalinism
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    From Leninism to Stalinism: A Logical Progression The question of whether or not Stalinism was a logical continuation of Leninism is a difficult one. Stalinism did take significantly more drastic measures than Leninism did. There were differences in policy. But in spite of these, Stalinism still found its basis in Leninism. Even Trotsky, a friend of Lenin and a staunch opponent of Stalin, grudgingly admits that "Stalinism did issue from Bolshevism" (Trotsky). Stalin's policy of socialism in one ...
  • Country's Economic Policy
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    Imagine a country with absolutely no political institutions or structures; a country ruled by anarchy. Would this country have an economic policy? If so, what kind of an economic policy would it be? Now imagine a country with highly powerful and well-organized political institutions. What kind of economic policy would this country have? Economic policies in these two fictitious countries described above would most definitely be different. The first country would be lucky if it even managed to ha...
  • President National Economic Policies
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    Fiscal Policy can be explained in many ways, for example. Fiscal policy is the use of the government budget to affect an economy. When the government decides on the taxes that it collects, the transfer payments it gives out, or the goods and services that it purchases, it is engaging in fiscal policy. The primary economic impact of any change in the government budget is felt by particular groups-a tax cut for families with children, for example, raises the disposable income of such families. Dis...
  • Lenin's New Economic Policy
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    Lenin and Problems After the October Revolution What were the problems facing Lenin after the October Revolution and how successfully did he deal with them? The initial difficulties faced by the new Soviet Union were so severe that its survival seemed almost miraculous". The remains of the czarist regime left Lenin to face a country wrought with war, devastated economically. Russia's involvement in World War I, followed by its Civil War, wide spread famine and a change in political and social id...
  • Economic Reaction To The Great Depression
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    The twenties were a time of economic prosperity and hope for North America and some parts of Europe. Countries began to rebuild themselves physically and financially after the war, and as war bonds began to mature, new capital began to stream into the pockets of the individual. Consumption in both the industrial and private sectors began to create an economic boom and production levels soared well above full employment capacity. This influx of money and prosperity made investment in companies a ...
  • Macroeconomic Policy Mistakes
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    Japan is the world's second largest economy with a gross domestic product of roughly more than AU$5.2 trillion in 1997. Japan's economy is larger than that of Germany, the United Kingdom and France combined. It is ten times the size of China and seventeen times the size of India. Japan represents almost three quarter of the entire Asian economy. Furthermore in 1996, Japan's economy had the highest growth rate of 3.6% in the industrialised world. The Japanese economic pie grew at an annual rate o...
  • Economic Development
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    Ukraine is situated in the southeastern part of Central Europe and has its own territory, government, national emblem, flag, and anthem. It borders on Russia, Byelorussian, Moldova, Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, and Poland on land and Russia, Georgia, Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey on sea. After Russia, the Ukrainian republic was far and away the most important economic component of the former Soviet Union, producing about four times the output of the next-ranking republic. Its fertile black soil ge...
  • Keynesian Policy And Monetary Policy
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    Fiscal Policy on GDP from Keynesian view Classical economic theory (Adam Smith, etc.) assumed that a "free-market" economy is a "self-regulating" system that continually tends towards full-employment equilibrium, with optimum economic benefits for everyone. Therefore, the best government economic policy is to "get out of the way" and give maximum freedom to individual enterprise. The term 'Classical' refers to work done by a group of economists in the 18th and 19th centuries. Much of this work w...
  • Most Recent Federal Reserve Monetary Policy Report
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    Since its inception in 1913, The Federal Reserve, or as it is more popularly known as "the Fed", has played a very important role in the United States economy. (Colander, 2001, p. 333) For almost a century now, the Fed has impacted the way in which our economy operates, and the state it is in. Therefore, it is imperative that the views and opinions of the Federal Reserve are taken into consideration when evaluating current or future monetary policy. Through examination of its website, the Feds v...
  • Monetary Policy Through An Interest Rate
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    Monetary policy is the manipulation of interest rates to influence economic activity, whilst fiscal policy is the use of the government budget (variations in the level and composition of taxation and spending) to influence the economy. Both these instruments have a role to play in the Federal Government's policy mix to achieve key economic objectives. Historically, these objectives have been 'internal balance' (achieving price stability and low unemployment), 'external balance' (keeping the CAD,...
  • Imperialism By Nationalist Policies
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    Topic: The causes that lead Western European countries to favour Imperialism as a foreign policy and the effects this had on Sub-Saharan Africa and / or Asian countries Nationalist movements. (pick either a region or regions as well as a country or countries). NATIONALIST MOVEMENTS AGAINST WESTERN IMPERIALISM Imperialism is the policy of a state defending to take economic and political control of an area for the access to hard resources and market advantage. (imperialism, globalisation, no date,...
  • International Economics O Students
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    Question & Comment Tokyo Keizai University's Faculty of Economics boasts a distinguished core of experienced professors, who teach a full curriculum of courses in economic theory, history, and policy. This faculty also offers courses on related topics in business administration, law, and society. In addition, many seminars address important contemporary issues such as internationalization, high-tech development, information technology, and Japan's aging society. Department of Economics Features ...
  • Economic National Preferences
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    National preference formation is the first step in interpreting the outcome of an international negotiation. Andrew Moravcsik describes national preferences as, "an ordered and weighted set of values placed on future substantive outcomes that might result from international political interaction". (Moravcsik 24). The most significant question dealing with national preferences is determining the reasons why governments act and decide the way that they do in an international cooperative setting. W...

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