Economics Essays

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  • Economic Globalization

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    Question 1 Economic globalization is usually associated with economic interdependence and a dominance of a liberalized marketplace. MNCs are a business that operates in more than one country. This corporation has its facilities and other assets in at least one country other than its home country. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a management concept whereby companies integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations and interactions with their stakeholders. CSR was

  • Neoclassical Economics

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    article offers an overview of economic approaches to the concept of sustainable development. Two different economic approaches to sustainability are contrasted: neoclassical environmental economics and ecological economics. Key issues which are identified include weak versus strong sustainability, commensurability versus incommensurability, and ethical neutrality versus acceptance of different values. The Concept of Sustainable Development Traditional neoclassical economics analyses the process of price

  • Macroeconomics In Economics

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    Economist and policy makers have been always concerned with the nature of the causation between money and real economic activities. The proponents of Quantity Theory of Money claim that money supply is exogenous. This is in contrast with Mundell`s proposition that money supply accommodates changes in output and income, being endogenous. Cagan (1965) also argues that money supply conveys both endogenous and exogenous properties. For short-run and cyclical fluctuation, he proposed a relation in which

  • Disadvantages Of Economic Integration

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    1. Economic Integration a. Definition Based on some reliable source, Economic integration is an economic arrangement between different regions marked by the reduction or elimination of trade barriers and the coordination of monetary and fiscal policies. Well basically in my own perspective, Economic Integration is a process of agreement in which two or even more parties, in this case country states, agreed to reduce or remove a trade barriers for the advantages of both parties. Economic Integration

  • Reflection On Information Economics

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    As an economics student, information economics has given me an opportunity to explore more on the usual economics theories that I have learned so far. This paper written as a reflection on the understanding of information economics mainly based on my personal perspectives with the aid of some references. In addition, the theories of information economics applied in the project task given is also been discussed in the later part of this paper. Undoubtedly, economics is everywhere and always exist

  • Pancasila Economic System

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    adhere Pancasila Economic System. This system firstly promoted by Emil Salim and Mubyarto , Pancasila Economic system is an economic system based on the values of Pancasila and Constitution of 1945, emphasizing in the principle of kinship and deliberation, agreement. This is stated in Article 33, Constitution of 1945 verse 1: “The economy is structured as a joint effort based on the principle of kinship” . And verse 4: “The national economy shall be organized based on economic democracy with the

  • Japanese Economic Miracle

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    Title: Was economic miracle of post-war Japan largely caused by American aids during the American Occupation period (1945-52)? Introduction and background The Japanese economic miracle refers to the historical phenomenon of the astonishingly rare and rapid growth in the Japanese economy in the post-Second World War era, from 1953 to 1970s.1 This economic boom emerged after the post-war reconstruction and restoration of the country’s damaged socio-economic structure as well as the destructed

  • The Importance Of Economic Development

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    progress, positive change or the addition of physical, economic, environmental, social and demographic components. The purpose of development is to facilitate a rise in the level and quality of life of the population, and the creation or expansion of local regional income and employment opportunities, without damaging the resources of the environment. In order for a change to be considered as a developed one, then of course it must entail socio-economic and environmental changes. There are numerous types

  • Economic Problems In Scarcity

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    resources? Societies respond to this question by arraying themselves into basic economic systems, with different interpretations and solutions to what became known as the economic problem. Economic systems therefore highlight the economic structure of a society, from production to allocation of resources and consumption, evaluating all aspects of the economic problem. Economists acknowledge four types of economic systems: traditional, command, market and mixed economies. A traditional economy

  • The Importance Of Industrial Economics

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    Industrial Economics is the study of firms, industries and markets. It looks at firms of all sizes, from local corner shops to multinational giants such as WalMart or Tesco. And it considers a whole range of industries, such as electricity generation, car production and restaurants. When analyzing decision making at the levels of the individual firm and industry, Industrial Economics helps us understand such issues as, the levels at which capacity, output and prices are set, the extent that products