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  • Past Five Years The Australian Economy
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    With reference to economic indicators describe the economic conditions prevailing in the Australian economy over the past five years. Over the past five years the Australian economy has gone through many changes experiencing both the peaks and troughs associated with business cycle. Five years ago, in the middle of 1997 Australia's economic growth had begun to upturn after a period of recession during the '96 year. This was unmistakably shown through the composite indicators of retail trade, dwe...
  • 1 4 Under George Bush
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    The upcoming presidential election of 2004 could prove to be the most vital in our nation's history. Therefore, every issue is of importance; however, this paper will focus on George Bush and John Kerry from a non-partisan standpoint, and which candidate would be better for our economy. The economy is always changing, causing recessions as well as periods of growth for our country. However, each candidate is inclined to think he has the right answer or direction. Before deciding who gets your vo...
  • Economic And Military Aid To South Vietnam
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    The conquest of Vietnam by France began in 1858 and was completed by 1884. It became part of French Indochina in 1887. Independence was declared after World War II, but the French continued to rule until 1954 when they were defeated by Communist forces under Ho Chi MINH, who took control of the North. US economic and military aid to South Vietnam grew through the 1960's in an attempt to bolster the government, but US armed forces were withdrawn following a cease-fire agreement in 1973. Two years...
  • Real Gdp Growth
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    U.S. Economic Outlook: 2005-06 GDP Analysis In order to ensure competent and accurate forecasts for both 2005 and 2006, I obtained GDP information from a few different sources. Accessing the information without having to register at a "nominal" fee was a bit interesting at times, but nonetheless I found a couple of sites that all forecasted GDP and all of it's components within a tenth of a percent of each other. The one I found easiest to follow and analyze was the TD Quarterly Economic Forecas...
  • New Venture Funds In Europe And Asia
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    THE NEW ECONOMY It works in America. Will it go global? It seems almost too good to be true. With the information technology sector leading the way, the U.S. has enjoyed almost 4% growth since 1994. Unemployment has fallen from 6% to about 4%, and inflation just keeps getting lower and lower. Leaving out food and energy, consumer inflation in 1999 was only 1.9%, the smallest increase in 34 years. This spectacular boom was not built on smoke and mirrors. Rather, it reflects a willingness to under...
  • Decline In Export Performance
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    It may be useful to put the discussion of performance constraints of the Thai economy briefly in perspective. Over the past 2 decades, the Thai economy has been one of the best performing economies in the world, characterized by sustained high growth rates, averaging 10.3% 1985-90, and 8% in the years prior to the crisis (1990-96). This growth was accompanied by a dramatic decline in the incidence of absolute poverty, from 57% in 1962 to 14% in 1992, with per capita income increasing from $700 p...
  • Keynesian Ans Neo
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    Rami JaloudiHistory of Economic Thought: Referee Report # 3 For Sarah Hudson The writer begins with an introduction in which it is stated that the schools of thought were contradictory in their theories. What should have been answered is how and from what perspective: Neo-classical or Keynesian? The main points of her paper are the following: 'Neo-classicists, such as Friedman, hold that the U.S. failed to provide liquidity to its banks,' which caused the great depression; if the government does...
  • Education As The Fair Start Proposal Plans
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    Economic Growth versus Income Inequality Robert Dean January 5th, 2000 For ten years now, our economy has been growing more dramatically than any other time since World War II... The stock market is at an all-time high. The government is spending less on itself, and more on the people-weve finally achieved a balanced budget. If were doing so well, why isnt everyone getting rich Most economists point to the fact that the upper class is running away with capitalism-and that the middle class is lef...
  • Singapore's Trade
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    Small countries with no natural resources usually have to fight harder than most to survive. Singapore has taken a carefully-planned approach to economic development- a global warehousing and distribution centre for the Asia-Pacific region. Along with these, Singapore's entrepot trade in rubber, petroleum products, spices, timber, manufactured goods and machinery has grown over the decades. In addition, Singapore is the major shipbuilding, ship-repair and oil-rig building centre in South East As...
  • 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...
  • Medium Term Less Output And Employment Growth
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    Ireland is a small, open, trade-dependent economy and is one of the fastest growing economies in the developed world. It constitutes around 1.8% of overall output in the Euro Area. Its openness is reflected both in the international mobility of its labour and capital reflected by strong migration ary flows and high levels of foreign direct investment. Its high level of external trade is signalled by a high share of combined exports and imports of goods to Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which was ...
  • Increased Rates Of Economic Development And Growth
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    In the process of globalisation, the world has not only witnessed improved economic states and greater standards of living and quality of life, but also the coming together of a large world. Globalisation is not merely an economic phenomenon, but also extends to social and cultural aspects. In the past decade, where globalisation has been most prevalent, there has been growing contact and transfer of social and cultural aspects. While those in opposition to globalisation may claim an "Americaniz...
  • Service Sector Growth In 2002
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    Vietnam Case Study Sittipron Suksawang 11 A History // Background Vietnam is a poor, densely populated country that has had to recover from the ravages of war. In 1975, Vietnam organized their economy following the Soviet Unions Planned economy. In the late 1980's, it was recognized that the plan had completely failed. They had set unrealistic production targets, they weren't able to match the requirements which created a breakdown in the plans operation. They also had a low productivity whereas...

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