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Economist David Ricardo
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This 5 page tutorial is chock full of basic information on this economist's theories. It also provides helpful information for a student embarking on writing an economics paper. Some terms are defined for the student with the use of footnotes. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: SA051DR.wps

Economist John Kenneth Galbraith
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This is a 3 page paper on economist John Kenneth Galbraith. Canadian-born economist John Kenneth Galbraith (1908- ) has long been considered as “America’s leading public intellectual”. Besides being a government and economic advisor to Presidents Roosevelt, Kennedy and Johnson, Galbraith has written a great deal about the destructiveness of capitalism and consumerism within American society; a perspective which is not only controversial but not well accepted by the monopolies and big businesses of today. More recently, Galbraith has taken a stance against the growing concern of globalization and believes that too is destructive to the poor within society. Today, Galbraith considers American democracy to be one of “a democracy of the fortunate” and since the collapse of several of the large monopolies, like Enron, is aware that his book “The Affluent Society” written in 1958 could be as relevant in today’s world as it was almost fifty years ago. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TJJKGal1.rtf

Economists Smith and Nash Compared
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This 3 page paper compares the invisible hand with the Nash equilibrium. Each concept is defined. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Economy-Building with FDI
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A 7 page paper discussing how foreign direct investment contributes to developing economies. Nearly all developing nations are seeking to mature, and the experience of those such as Singapore that have won official designation as "mature" have demonstrated that the fastest route to that achievement likely will be influx of FDI. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Effects Of Attack On America
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A 6 page paper. What has happened in America since the attack on September 11, 2001? That is the focus of this paper. The writer discusses a variety of economic effects, such as unemployment. The effects on the stock market, tourist industry, and other industries and changes in foreign policy are also discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PGefam.rtf

Effects of Fixed Exchange in Australia
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A 5 page paper discussing the likely consequences to the Australian dollar were it pegged to that of the US and the US relaxed its monetary policy. Australia's real dollar is not attached to any other nation's currency of course, but the purpose here is to speculate on the effects that a fixed exchange rate could have on the Australian economy. The paper examines standard patterns in such arrangements, then considers two "what if" scenarios that would affect the Australian economy under such an arrangement. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Effects of Fixing Exchange Rates
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A 3 page paper discussing the likely effects of a developing South American nation establishing fixed exchange rates. With much of the world clamoring for increased free trade, there remains a debate over just how beneficial free trade really is. Protectionism is far less acceptable now than in the past, but there are indications that it would like to return if those fully opposed do not persist in resisting it. An alternative has been to suggest that national economies can be stabilized by imposing a fixed exchange rate, but freely-floating currency is seen as being the desirable condition. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KSfxdXchng.wps

Effects of the Global Economy on the US Economy
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A 10 page paper discussing how changes in the global economy affect the US. Though the transition is difficult and painful at times, it is likely that current difficulties of the US in global markets point to integration of the US into those markets. Our comparative advantage does not lie in low-skilled manufacturing jobs; it obviously does not lie in knowledge work in terms of programming. As the global economy continues to expand and evolve, we are likely to see in the future that much of our comparative advantage is linked to Western Europe and involves financial services for the rest of the world. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
Filename: KSeconUSglobal.rtf


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