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An Overview of Articles on Modern Slavery and Debt Bondage
What is Modern Slavery? (n.d.). Retrieved October 27, 2014, from “What is Modern Slavery?” seeks to provide detailed descriptions of criminal behavior that is often included under the umbrella term “human trafficking.” There are many different kinds of enslavement listed in the article, inc...
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The Factors Affecting the Budget Allocation for States in America
States operate with limited budgets. It is the responsibility of politicians and community leaders to determine which things in their community are most in need of funding. The specific needs of a community depends on many different factors. Demographics play an important role. In areas with a large population of low-income...
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The History of the Movement in the Global Market
Global History Essay As evaluated in history, it is seen that as more commodities are discovered throughout the world, an increase in global exchange occurs. International trade began as the exchange of goods and services between countries. This type of trade gives rise to a global economy: a world-wide economic system b...
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The Growing Disparity of Income in America and the World
World Economics Essay In China, the gap between the rich and poor has escalated immensely.
The income inequality has surpassed that of the United States of America.
China's income inequality is one of the world's highest in the world. The
Gini coefficient, which measures the degree of income distribution, has
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An Analysis of the Borrowed Money of the United States
Money Borrowed is not Money Well Spent The United States of America is in over sixteen trillion dollars of debt. This debt will keep increasing until the government stops spending more money then taken in. The United States citizens do not get to see the money borrowed being put to use because the United States spends its...
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A Discussion on the Issue of the Tax Rate Being Too High for the Entrepreneurs in Canada to Afford
Link: Background/History: From the article itself, it is said that there are more than 3.5 million entrepreneurs in Canada, and that most of them earn middle-class income or less. As well, eight per cent of entrepreneurs earn more...
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Understanding the Concepts of Macroeconomics Through the Book Common Sense Economics: What Everyone Should Know About Wealth and Prosperity
“Common Sense Economics: What Everyone Should Know About Wealth and Prosperity” Common Sense Economics: What Everyone Should Know About Wealth and Prosperity by James D. Gwartney, Richard L. Stroup, and Dwight R. Lee teaches the basics of economics in a way that people can understand and use to evaluate the process of our...
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The Contribution of Alexander Hamilton in Reducing America's Debt
According to Wikipedia, Alexander Hamilton, a founding father of the United States, was the first secretary of treasury in the newly formed country. After assuming his position from 789-1795, Hamilton was faced with an extreme dilemma that continues to affect the US to this day; debt. As secretary of treasury, it was he who...
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An Investigation into the Causes of Failure of Turnaround Strategies Employed in Zimbabwe
STRATEGIES EMPLOYED IN ZIMBABWE Introduction A turnaround strategy is a set of consequential directive, long term
decisions and actions targeted at the reversal of a perceived crisis that
threatens the survival of...
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An Analysis of the Economic Policy Debate in the United States Caused by the Recession of 2008
Ensuring the American economy is the strongest and fastest-growing economy in the world has always been one of the top priorities for those in the government, yet the recession of 2008 triggered a great many debates about the intricacies of the U.S. budget and government spending and its relation to the economy, which last...
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