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An Argument in Favor of Estate Tax to Promote a Fair Distribution of Wealth
Estate Tax Position Paper The basis on which America was built is that all people must work for their success. The government may be responsible for making sure all citizens are treated equally, but ultimately, all people must put in work in order to be rewarded. Therefore, many people feel that it is unfair for money to j...
537 words
2 pages
How to Spend Your Money Wisely to Be Happy
Critique Essay Final Draft “Yes, Money Can Make You Happy” was written by Cass R. Sunstein. The article was originally published in the New Republic on August 2nd, 2013. Sunstein mainly targeted financially stable adults with this article. The purpose of this article is to give professional advice on how to properly spend...
1,141 words
5 pages
A Meta-Analysis of Studies on Product Packaging and Its Effects on Consumer Behavior
Executive Summary Method: In this meta-analysis, we will investigate multiple studies within the realms of product packaging and its effects on consumer behavior. The main benefit of a meta-analysis is that it represents multiple points of comparison. Typically there is a wide range of human error and imperfections with...
1,751 words
10 pages
The Influence of the Government and the New Markets on the Transformation of American Capitalism
Emerging Markets: The Capitalists vs. The Governments The transformation of American capitalism in the past one hundred years has been influenced by several different factors such as key market players, new markets and the role of the U.S. government. Since mergers began the government has dealt with them in drastically...
2,475 words
9 pages
Capitalism as a Way for Europe to Dominate Asia
The Underdog Victory Asia, especially China and India, was ahead of the other continents like Europe and Africa in terms of both economics and technology from the start, and this did not change until relatively late in world history. During the golden ages of European history, such as during Rome, China and India were depe...
766 words
3 pages
A Comparison of the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and the United States Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
This paper provides a comparison between the International Financial
Reporting Standards (IFRS) and the United States Generally Accepted
Accounting Principles (GAAP) and how they are differentiate from each
other. There is also a description of fair value, depreciation, revaluation
of plant assets, and how IFRS defines cont...
1,012 words
4 pages
Inside Job: Wall Street's Richest One Percent and Their Role in the Economic Crisis
The Effects of the ‘One Percent’ on Wall St The stock market is a basis for how the economy of the United States, and essentially the whole world, is doing as a whole. This means that whenever it crashes, the unemployment rate dramatically increases and life gets harder for the middle class (aka the majority of society). “...
1,638 words
6 pages
A.W. Lovett's and Matthijs De Jong's View on Why the Financial System of The Netherlands and the British Empire Waiver or Fail in the Face of Adversity
The historical projects undertaken in A.W. Lovett’s historical journal, Juan De Ovando and the Council of Finance and Matthijs De Jong’s historical narrative, Shareholder Activism at the Dutch East India Trading Company in 1622 (VOC) begin from similar points of inquiry; why did the financial system of The Netherlands and S...
2,868 words
8 pages
A Research on Cashless Society and the Possibility of of Cash Becoming Obsolete
Research Proposal Although cash has been an essential part of our society since the start of our country, cashless technologies keep growing. People have been taking advantage of conveniences like online banking, debit and credit cards, pay by mobile and other cashless technologies. In some cases, consumers could be puttin...
1,268 words
5 pages
The Popularity and Usefulness of Cashless Technologies in the United States
It is startling to realize that, of the $829 billion USD currently in circulation, two thirds of that amount is located outside of the United States (Warwick 47). The money that is located in the United States is widely spread out among Americans. According to a survey by the Boston Fed, the typical American citizen has les...
1,514 words
5 pages