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Papers On Economics And Economic Theory
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Why the Federal Reserve Will Not Raise Rates in December of 2005
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This 2 page paper argues that the Federal Reserve will not raise rates in December of 2005 and explains why. Greenspan's retirement is discussed. Bibliography lists 2 source.
Filename: SA545no.rtf

Why the Federal Reserve Will Raise Rates in December of 2005
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This 2 page paper argues that the Federal Reserve will raise rates in December of 2005 and explains why. Greenspan's retirement is discussed. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: SA545Yes.rtf

Why the Internet Should Not Be Taxed
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This 5 page paper examines both sides of the argument but present an argument against taxation. The paper takes a look at the economics of taxation. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: SA439tax.rtf

Why the Stock Markets Fell between 2000 and 2004; A Theoretical Approach
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During the period 200 – 2004 the Now York and London stock market s fell. In the US there was a minor recession n the UK there was no recession. This 8 page paper looks to the theoretical explanations for the underlying reasons for the fall. Supported by two graphs that demonstrate the falls, with data starting in 1999 theories such as efficient market hypothesis, Dow theory and the Elliott wave theory as well as the ideas of Arthur Pigou. These are all assessed to determine if, and to what extent, any of these theories could explain the movements in this period. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
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Will a Public Spending Deficit Stimulate Economic Growth as Keynes Postulated
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In the Keynesian model of economics increasing public spending to the extent of creating a deficit is a way of stimulating an economy. This tool, which has been used successfully is now claimed by some to be a false model and that will not stimulate an economy into growth. The paper assesses this perceptive including the model of rational expectation. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
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Will High Oil Prices Lead to Recession?
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With oil at over $100 a barrel and no end of price increases in sight, will the U.S. economy slide into recession? This paper argues that it will. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: HVOilRec.rtf

Will the Housing Bubble Burst?
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This 3 page paper examines the housing market in 2006. Will it go bust or will the upward trend continue? Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Women in the United States Economy
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A 7 page paper which examines the trends, past and present, of the role of women in the US economy and interprets what impact this will have on the twenty-first century. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TGfemeco.rtf


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