To begin with, the Sovereign Debt Default cases in most of the affected countries have been triggered by unwise lending. Fraudulent lending may also weaken the ability of a borrowing country to repay a given [...]
Lewis also explores the bond market and exposes the institutions, banks, governments, and people who were aware of the impending doom on the stock market and the crisis but chose to stay quiet due to [...]
The article under analysis discusses the problem of credit expansion in the United States as the core of the global financial crisis in 2008.
Hellyer says that geopolitical realities such as the Arab Spring and the instability in some of the regional states such as Iraq and Yemen have complicated the problem further.
The UK government organized a referendum in 2016 to decide if the UK was to remain in the EU or exit, and the majority decision was to leave the EU. Table 2 presents a breakdown [...]
Here, the scope of the analysis is centered on understanding the threats and opportunities of the move and the models of economic relations between the UK and the EU.
With the end of the last cycle of high oil prices in 2014, it became clear that the Venezuelan government has not made adequate steps to prepare the country's economy to function in the new [...]
Economics specialists have argued that the global financial crisis of 2008 was caused by a combination of factors, including the abundance of cheap credits in the macroeconomic environment as well as counterproductive decision-making in governments [...]
In other words, people are investing in the U.S.government due to the assurance that when it is time to collect the debts, the government assured them to pay the amount it owes to the investors [...]
The first impact of unemployment on the economy is the extra financial costs that a government may have to incur when unemployed persons are paid some stipends.
The Great Depression of the 1930's is the most significant economic crises in the history of the modern world and the United States, in particular.
On the other hand, city dwellers and people working in urban centers will find this topic of the relationship between city sizes and utility as very important since it elucidates the trade-off between agglomeration economies [...]
It has been boldly predicted that the rise of income inequality in the United States of America will become one of the most complicated issues to resolve over the next ten to twenty years.
In addition, a case of a company is studied to evaluate the impact of GFC on a particular firm, and consider the capability of the firm to survive the crisis.
However, certain issues hamper the development of the state, the steep rise in the corruption levels, and the subsequent reduction of the commodity prices being the key one. A gradual rise in the economic progress [...]
Thus, money laundering has a profound impact on the state of the global economy, as well as on the economy of the U.S.
If the organization implements the anti-fraud activities, it will be able to experience all types of benefits and protect itself from fraudulent events.
The latest global financial crisis managed to restart a debate on the value of both the stakeholder as well as shareholder theories. This led to the managers being more attentive to the prices of the [...]
The analysis of the Cuban economy shows that the results of 2013 and 2016 differ considerably. 44 billion and became second in the ranking list of GDP globally.
The evaluation of these aspects is crucial to the current research for the reason that it would help highlight the weak spots of the modern employment apparatus and suggest novel ways of dealing with unemployment.
The economic situation in the US during the 1970s was connected with the Great Inflation that was observed from the middle of the 1960s till the beginning of the 1980s.
The framework designed by the state authorities is quite different from the Western counterpart because it is supposed to represent the needs of the Russian people and be applicable to the environment of the target [...]
Thus, it is necessary to consider reduction of expenditure and the increase in taxes to ensure the country's economic growth and reduction of the national debt.
The primary purpose of the paper is to examine the problem of the Great Depression of the 1930s, the Stagflation of the 1970s and 1980s, and provide the Keynesian and monetarist solution.
Based on the experience of conducted studies, it can be concluded that one of the basic problems of the modern economy is substantial limited resources that exist in conditions of unlimited human needs.
In the 2007-2008 recession, a crash of the stock market was the consequence of the economic crisis but not the cause of the recession.
Nowadays, the situation in the oil market is the subject of the concerns for many countries, both, the importers and the exporters of oil.
The main impact of the recession in the economy includes the decline in production, the collapse of the financial markets, decrease in lending activity, the increase in interest rates on credits, growing unemployment, decline in [...]
The purpose of this paper is to describe and analyze the inequality of opportunity in the New York Stock Exchange with a goal of identifying the reasons behind the opportunity disparities between the rich and [...]
Stern insists that it is the most problematic market failure in history, and it would be reasonable to conduct a global economic analysis because it is quite evident that possible risks are enormous, and the [...]
The financial crisis is typically viewed as a primary factor behind the development of the Great Recession. Instead, the financial crisis of 2008 can be deemed a prerequisite of the Great Recession as well as [...]
The inability to concentrate on a particular task due to distractive thoughts about an ill parent/child or the need to make provision for a family usually plays a huge disservice in the matters of general [...]
Unemployment is considered a key indicator of national economic health as it directly reflects on the efficiency of government policy and the population purchasing potential. The concept of the natural level of employment in the [...]
The article "Can Europe Be Saved" written by Krugman begins by drawing the attention of the reader to the magnitude of the crisis which faced Europe.
The low rate of employment is the most renowned characteristic of the Spanish economy as per the close of the Twentieth Century.
It happened when the economy of Haiti had shown signs of growth after the United States passed the Haitian Hemispheric Opportunity through Partnership Encouragement Act, the Act was crucial in boosting the apparel industry in [...]
In this way, extended UI lets them realize that they are not forgotten by the rest of society, and there is still an opportunity to find an appropriate job.
To understand the circumstances of European countries with a debt-crisis, the authors explain the causes and challenges associated with the same.
By Ferguson, the main purpose of the historian is to relieve humanity from the financial illusions on the examples of the past.
In the aftermath of the crisis, the government through the Federal Reserve embarked on a mission to restore these financial institutions to their original position.
The financial crisis that occurred in 2007-2008 is frequently defined as one of the major financial events at the beginning of the 2000s.
In this type of scenario, high returns are paid to early investors using the money from later investors, but, in the end, the scheme collapses when there is no longer enough money to complete the [...]
Therefore, the reinforcement of responsibility among the stakeholders and the focus on factoring the essential principles of sustainability in the framework According to the Saudi Arabian Vision 2030, the focus on preserving the biodiversity of [...]
Overall, the fundamental reason for the debt crisis in the eurozone was the lack of sufficient control and the connivance to the spontaneous forces of the market.
2 To understand the aspect of money laundering, it is important to know what necessitates it, the people behind that act and what their motives are, and the strategies put in place by the authorities [...]
Every month, the homeowner that took out the loan from the bank needs to pay back a portion of the interest on the loan as well as the added interest.
The arguments by Joseph Stiglitz on the approaches the IMF took to solve the financial crisis in East Asia are substantial since countries have different political, economic, and social systems that guide their market operations.
The determination of this research is to evaluate the enactment of construction corporations in the United Arab Emirates for the period of the pre and post worldwide eras of financial disaster, which is from 2006 [...]
As such, the future of USA economically is in the hands of the Chinese if the government and the business owners will not provide a solution to the bombes launched against the country.
The breakdown of the income of American families in 1972 and 1976 is shown in Table 1. Table 2 shows the distribution of wealth among American households in 1962.
Mainly, the paper targets the issues of the U.S.fiscal debates, the introduction of the American Reinvestment Act. According to the review of the content of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, the beneficial reformations, which [...]
Unemployment could be defined as the state in the economy where there are many people who are willing and able to work but they do not get a chance to employ their skills to the [...]
The concept of "social cost" is applied in the economic analysis and estimation of most impacts. The writer observes the economic implications of such impacts on the social realm.
This led to a fall in income, which expanded the earnings gap between the rich and the poor and exacerbated the inequality levels.
The "vision of reality" of the author appears to correspond to the one that is maintained by the discipline of economics.
It was believed at the time that even if a person failed to pay back their loan, the seizure of assets to cover the cost of the loan in the form of stocks would have [...]
The main discussion centered on the dollar development in relation to the Yen currency. For example, the heightened price of the dollar on the Japanese cars led to a drop in their competitiveness.
In order to address the collapse in the real estate market observed in Dubai in 2008, the Emirate's authorities focused on elaborating stricter regulations on developers of the housing projects and on the buyers. 26 [...]
Various studies have concluded that there is a correlation between the level of unemployment in the country and the strength of the economy.
The United States has the largest national economy and it is the largest trading nation in the world. The recent financial crisis of 2008 increased the rate of unemployment, and impacted the economy negatively.
The four elements of an economic way of thinking are the use of assumptions, isolating variables, thinking at the margin, and the response of rational people to incentives.
Louis in 2005, it was noted that the economic hero of the inflationary decades was the then chairman of the Fed, Paul Volcker.
In the 1990s and the early years of the 21st century, the federal reserve policy makers opted to adopt the mop-up-after strategy-policy of letting the bubbles burst and then mopping up there after.
This research looks at one of her most celebrated program that turned out later on to be the source of misery to a good number of her population; that is the welfare program that was [...]
The size of a city serves as a measure of economic performance and it also focuses on the existence and development of a positive feedback of a given city.
The crisis has worsened because of economic policies put in place by the government and ratified by the International Monetary Fund and the United States' authorities.
This essay is an exposition of the present state and causes of the rising oil prices and depletion of the oil resources.
The economy of the country is in a poor state and Lithuania also has to deal with the issues concerning emigration due to the economic problems.
Despite the fact that originally, the economical reform that was carried out in the Long Bow Village, was intended for the fair distribution of the land resources, some of the aspects of the procedure were [...]
This paper discusses the impact of unemployment on the economy of a country and explores the rates of unemployment and GDP growth in Saudi Arabia.
South Korea is one of the countries that are trying to overcome social exclusion and inequality in the workplace. Social exclusion of the migrant in South Korean is a challenge that continues to affect the [...]
It is obvious that the mentioned issues are among the most relevant reasons for II; eliminating them should lead to the improvement of II situation in the world.
The ability to identify the causes of poverty and resultant effects assists in devising effective management methods of the challenge based on both principle and practice.
The realization that tones of food end in landfills through irresponsible habits should drive people to engage in rational behavior about consumption, and storage of food. Also, correct societal perception would help in instilling the [...]
The hypothesis is that several residents of San Diego County in California who are faced with food insecurity have changed their spending and saving habits due to poor income and rising cost of living. The [...]
The establishment of new intervention principles and the surfacing of new regulatory organizations have been the combined effect of the political values and economic conditions in many countries.
A reduction in the quantity demand will result in the quantity demanded from Q to Q1 will result in the reduction of the price of the laptop computers from P to P1.
The main assumption of the experts writing the report was that the majority of the risks mentioned in the report bear the likelihood of being unmanageable.
Unemployment in an economy results to low incomes to the workers since their services are readily available in the market which in turn leads to reduction in the disposable income of the workers.
The debate on the impact of currency regimes on economic activities is on the current agenda due to the emerging financial and debt crises.
As a CEO of a multinational that aims to stay ahead of its competitors, exploiting all opportunities in 'bottom of the pyramid' market segment is important.
In the context of flawed strategic vision, Metz blames a majority of the business executives concentrating on the financial outcome of the acquisition instead of the core capabilities embedded in the company that is visible [...]
Unemployment provides statistical evidence of the economic health and performance of a Government and is defined as a count of the number of people who are not actively engaged in gainful jobs, have failed to [...]
Even though the presence of the governmental supervision of the key marketing processes may seem unreasonable and restricting for the companies, promoting complete market power will pose a tangible threat to the sustainability of the [...]
The impact of policy on recovery was diverse on the direct channels, transmission channels, and vulnerabilities of economic sectors to the recession and subsequent policy changes.
The graph also shows that the influence of the changes in oil prices weakened in the period that followed the mid 1990s.
The authors of the article outline all the problems that are encountered by the company that is outlined in the case study.
In the event of deprivation of the natural resources, the investors will return to their mother country and leave nothing for the locals.
The owner believes that the bid bond, the performance bond and the payment bond are core movers to the success of the project.
The irritating consumerism of the rich and the shortage of basic needs in low income societies lead to the multiplication of conflicts between the rich and poor.
Considering that grants would be obtained from FIFA to partly support the preparation, the revenue body in the state would benefit from such grant and the developments that will be carried out with the support [...]
The discussion in the essay is about the effect of small businesses on the labor movement. The effect of small business on labor movement is worthwhile to note as the small businesses can deny the [...]
Compared to the 70% of female labour force in the U.S.and northern Europe, only 58% of women in Southern Europe have an opportunity to work.
The aim of the paper is to provide a coherent analysis of the issues by bringing out the moral issues of the Movement and analyze the Movement in relation to philosophical theories like Kantian, utilitarianism [...]
The following are some of the advantages of using the hard system method It provides a deeper understanding and analysis of the problem of unemployment and answers the question of how to mitigate the unemployment [...]
However, after comparing the "price" approach to the previously mentioned influences of behavioural economics on climate and energy policies, it is correct to say that traditional economists have reversed the study of behavioural economics to [...]
It is based on this examination of both economies that it can clearly be seen that the company would be better off catering to the Chinese market and scaling back operations within U.S.markets until such [...]
With this economic stimulus plan in operation, the government shall be able to increase the aggregate demand of the US economy.
As far as future decision making is concerned the US was guaranteed of a veto that was effective because it held a third of the all quotas of the IMF At the end of the [...]
The nature of damage posed to the environment depends on the nature of the nuclear plant being used and also the extraction process of fossil fuel themselves.