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A 2 page essay on how John Maynard Keynes introduced government into the economic market established by the classicists and turned it upside down with his employment and anti-poverty measures. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

A 17 page research paper positing that although John Maynard Keynes referred to himself as an Institutionalist, he did not hold Institutionalist ideas concerning cultural transformation. A comparative analysis of Keynes theories vs. Institutionalist theory is then made. Main theorists include Drucker, Myerdal, and Veblen. Paper relies heavily on argument of Richard Brinkman. Bibliography lists ...

This 4 page report discusses John Maynard Keynes equilibrium condition as it applies to a nation's trade deficit. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

This 2 page report discusses the significant approaches to the economic analysis of labor market discrimination as formulated by 1992 Nobel Prize winner Gary Becker. Applying economic analysis to socio-political behaviors, such as labor market discrimination, provides valuable insight into the larger issues of human interactions. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

A 3 page essay which states that the budget surplus should be applied to the various farm economic protection bills for the simple reason that farming cannot in any way respond to a Keynesian-based economy, and countries who do not feed their citizens become Third World countries. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

A 30 page paper that compares the two philosophies and how they are both applied to global economics today in regards to investment and savings. The paper presents each of the two philosophies in regards to subjectivism and rationalism/nonrationalism (chaotic order), and looks at how these affect the current environment. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

A 6 page research paper that explores the societal underpinnings that led to the articulation of economic theory. The writer presents the societal influences of commerce on individuals and nations and how they contributed to the theories postulated by Adam Smith, Jeremy Bentham, John Stuart Mill, Alfred Marshall, Thorstein Veblen, Karl Marx, and John Maynard ...

Krebs Cycle

  • 5 page paper

This 5 page paper focuses on the citric acid cycle, also known as Krebs Cycle, but contains a short section on the life of its author, Hans Adolf Krebs. The scientific discovery is explained in detail and practical applications are noted. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Economic Ideology

  • 8 page paper

An 8 page paper discussing economic ideology as it applies to the book titled, 'From Mandeville to Marx : The Genesis and Triumph of Economic Ideology,' by Louis Dumont. In this particular work the author has chosen a very definitive time period in which to theorize about the philosophy of economics. Dumont illustrates many of ...

Quesnay & Marx

  • 16 page paper

A 16 page paper that compares the pre-capitalist and socialist views of these two theorists. The paper particularly reviews their work in light of labor, property and surplus and looks at the finer similarities and contrasts between these points. The paper briefly looks at how the antecedents of these theories have been passed down to ...

Trickle Down Theory

  • 5 page paper

This 5 page paper changes the premises of an article chosen from the Economist and argues the antithesis. Argument focuses on macroeconomic theory primarily involving taxation of corporations and the validity of trickle down economics. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Marginal Analysis

  • 3 page paper

This 3 page report discusses the fundamentals of marginal analysis - what it is, can it be applied in practice, concept versus application, and its basic foundation. Bibliography lists 1 source.

Demand Analysis

  • 3 page paper

This 3 page report discusses demand analysis and how it can be studied by elasticities. Also discussed is how it can be studied on an aggregate level by input/output analysis. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

A 15 page paper that considers the importance of the transformation of the U.S. economy from a manufacturing basis to one determined by the current information/ technology focus. This paper demonstrates the effects on corporate structures, including the impacts of the transition on capital formation. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

A 5 page paper examining the state of the US economy just before the beginning the government's 1998 fiscal year. For seven years, the economy had been in a growth phase but also with the lowest rate of unemployment since 1973 and an inflation rate of only 2.2%. Things had been so good for so ...

A 15 page research paper on the advantages of anticipating inflation. The writer explores the macroeconomic effects of controlling interest rates, panic from supply side shocks, and unemployment using the United States and Brazil as examples. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

This 10 page paper provides an overview of the concepts of inflation, unemployment and productivity and considers their importance in modern society. This paper also demonstrates how these three concepts are often considered when assessing economic issues, and underscores the similarities in their application relative to assessments of varying economic issues. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

This 7 page report discusses fundamental inflationary tendencies that influence virtually all aspects of economic theory and practice. Although economic forecasts have proved less that totally reliable throughout the past decade and have even been blamed for currency crises around the world, in terms of inflationary predictions and trend watching, they are usually relatively accurate ...

A 7 page paper on the eighteenth-century British economist. Following an argument over what he felt to be the unrealistically rosy progressivism of Godwin and Condorcet, Malthus wrote an essay on the Principle of Population which essentially founded the study of demographics and has continued to exert influence down to the present day. Bibliography ...

A 10 page paper which presents the economic condition of the world based on unemployment. The paper presents the poor unemployment conditions of England, France, and Spain, with Spain's unemployment as high as 22 percent and states the effects this has on those countries ability to compete in the global marketplace and internal ills. By ...

A 9 page paper comparing the economy of 1990 with that of 1996. The recession of 1990-1991 was a particularly distressing one, and consumer confidence did not readily return at the end of the recession. In fact, consumer confidence did not cease falling until nearly a year after the end of the recession. By 1996, ...

A 3 page paper providing a brief overview of the past 4-5 months of the US economic picture and provides a macroeconomic analysis. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

This 5 page report discusses the newspaper industry in general and its economic contributions. Throughout the modern age, newspapers' main function has always been to report the news events of the day and provide information about current events. Newspapers also provide commentary on the news, advocate various public policies, furnish special information and advice to ...

A 5 page paper looking at what is really happening with the unemployment rates in this country. While Europe hovers in double digits, unemployment is at its lowest here in 24 years. The result has been a pronounced labor shortage in the lower-paying industries and an increase in hourly rates. As employers of mostly-skilled ...

A 5 page paper examining just where interest rates might go. Since 1991, the US economy has been in a slow, steady expansion mode that seems to have no inclination to stop any time soon. Forecasted growth consistently is 2.5 to 3.5 percent; observed growth is consistently higher, but still only slightly above 4 percent. ...

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