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Port Privatization
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A 30 page paper the effects of privatization on the operations and productivity of many of the world's ports. One aspect of increased globalization has been to illustrate in clear terms the benefits of competition and free-market conditions, and the same principles apply to port operation. It behooves national governments to establish conditions conducive to economic development, but those conditions are not limited to favorable tax structures and providing an educated workforce. Privatization of ports is a factor not often recognized as being necessary for economic growth, but this paper demonstrates that today's most prosperous developing nations are those whose international ports have been privatized and now operate under the flag of competition, efficiency and free trade. Bibliography lists 18 sources.
Filename: KSportPriv.wps

Portland, Oregon
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An 11 page paper that offers a general overview of the city of Portland. Subheadings include: history, politics, government, and geography; the economy and tax issues and current issues facing the metropolitan area of Portland. Information includes population, location, industry, revenue generating strategies, controlling urban sprawl and type of government, among other aspects of this region. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PGprtlnd.wps

Poverty & The Bush Administration
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A 3 page essay/research paper that addresses an editorial by Nicholas Kristof in The New York Times (September 7, 2005), which links the inefficiency of the federal government in handling the crisis in New Orleans caused by Hurricane Katrina to the deeper, more systemic problem of poverty in the US. The writer discusses his point of view and offers a rebuttal. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khkrstof.rtf

Power Pools In The U.S.
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A 5 page paper. Power pools are groups of generators who pool their capacity. The theory is that this results in lower prices for the consumer. This paper provides an overview of power pools and lists several with their annual capacity. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: PGpowpl.wps

Prison Overcrowding
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This 4 page paper discusses the problem of prison overcrowding, based on one article.
Filename: HVPrisns.rtf

Problem Structuring For Policy Making And Analysis
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A 3 page paper. This paper explains and discusses some of Dunn's theories and suggestions regarding policy making and policy analysis. The focus is on problem structuring and why this is important as well as the points during policy making and analysis, problem structuring is important. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: PGdunn.rtf

Problems with Foreign Trade and the EU
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This 15 page paper provides an overview of the development of foreign trade and the European Union (EU). The initiation of the Euro, a single currency, has shifted perspectives in the financial markets and redefined trade elements through the distinct directives under the European Union. Though the participating countries have had to meet economic standards to determine their capacity for participation, the initiation of the Euro has been less than smooth, and questions have been raised about the implications of the single currency and the corresponding unified economic and political elements. Linked to this, then, is the question of how the single currency will impact countries who do not adopt the Euro. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: MHEuroBu.rtf

Promoting Economic Growth With Policy
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A 9 page paper discussing how governments of developing nations can promote economic growth through government policy. Government policy can encourage or inhibit economic growth, both in the short term and for long-term sustainability. Those nations that have chosen policy based on a desire to encourage economic development have prospered. Singapore's methodical and systematic approach to planning and implementation can be duplicated by other developing nations. Governments need to promote free trade, moderate Keynesian economics, strict environmental standards and dedication to education of their people. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KSgovtPolList.wps

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