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The Venture Capital Fund Explosion
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This 7 page report discusses the fact that in the past decade the number of venture capital funds has exploded and the reasons behind such an explosion. An entrepreneur with a good idea and access to a venture capital fund has the opportunity to create a completely new and unique business, product, or service that could make him or her (and the people providing funding for the “venture”) a remarkable success. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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The Viability of Dollarization in Latin America
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This 34 page paper looks at the pros and cons of dollarization in a general sense, but particularly as it respects Latin America. The idea of a united currency is explored and the euro is used as an example. The paper concludes that full dollarization is a good idea for the nations of Latin America. Bibliography lists 28 sources.
Filename: SA204dln.rtf

The View from the Bottom
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A 5 page paper discussing the US economy, auto industry and housing market. With GM and Chrysler both in bankruptcy, it is certain that the auto industry will be forever changed. Interest rates are at historic lows but lenders are loathe to extend new mortgages until they see the end of price declines and the economy continues to lose more than a half million jobs each month. The bottom of the trough of the business cycle is an unpleasant place to be… Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KSeconHousAuto09.rtf

The Virtue of Prosperity
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6 pages. In his book, Virtue of Prosperity by Dinesh D'souza, he explores what is really new in the so-called "new economy". This paper considers the major features of this new economy and explores what D'souza suggests as well as some of the ethical issues raised by these considerations. Bibliography lists 1 sources.
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The Vulnerability of Marxism to Economism
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This 12 page paper considers how and why the ideas of Karl Marx may be vulnerable to economism. The paper begins with a definition of economism and then looks at the economics ideas that are adopted by Marx in his different writings. The ideas of economism are then considered by examining his works and also the way they were subsequently interpreted and the attempts of Lenis to separate economism and Marxism. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
Filename: TEeconmarx.rtf

The World Trade Organization Effects On The World:
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This 21 -page-paper presents a detailed and in-depth discussion on the World Trade Organization. It opens with a history of how the WTO began and details the historical events that preceded its inception. It then moves into detailed descriptions of its various functions and the way it affects its members. Involved in the discussion are the economic crisis of Asia, as well as the effect WTO has on third world nations. The conclusion ties it all together with a discussion on what the future holds for the WTO including the current debate on WTO's responsibility when it comes to intellectual property. Bibliography lists 24 sources.
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Theories of Consumption
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This 5 page paper looks at economic theories of consumption and the way that the level of consumption is determined, including theories of Friedman, Modigliani and Keynes. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Filename: TEthecons.rtf

Theories Of Economic Justice
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5 pages in length. Economic justice proves to represent a dichotomy of representation whenever a civilized society is involved. Indeed, the very notion of economic justice often leads directly to economic injustice, inasmuch as there have always been – and will likely continue to be – a distinct separation between and among social classes. Some of the most voiced economic justice theories have been derived by historical figures who contended to know what was best for all people; however, given the fact that no ideology is ever without flaw, one can readily surmise that none of these theories were, in and of themselves, considered holistic in their approach. The author discusses economic justice theories of John Rawls. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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