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Articles about economy

History
by dashboardc33
10 years ago
Wisconsin's Economy in History and Today

The history of Wisconsin changed a lot from 19th century to present day, especially the economy. The main reason why it has changed is the technology. Technology keeps on changing and becoming more advanced. Another reason why the economy isn't booming and times are really tough, economy always has...

Business & Money
by Fizal Sarif
8 years ago
Consumers are the Most important part of the Economy

No matter what, this fact cannot be avoided. Consumers are the lifeblood of today's economy.

Business & Money
by DebW07
7 years ago
Business: 5 Companies that Thrive in a Weak Economy

If you are having a difficult time finding a job in this bad economy, take a look at 5 businesses that thrive during tough times.

Business & Money
by dimsavva
6 years ago
Ancient Greece Economy

This article visits the Economy of Ancient Greece, as well as the roots of the term "Economy".

Lifestyle
by DebW07
8 years ago
It's the Economy . . .

Politics is a dirty game and civility is usually thrown out the window, however, respect hit an all-time low in 1992. At that time many blamed the economy but will those same individuals repeat their motto today? Find out in this article.

Business & Money
by nextyear
10 years ago
Government Intervention Under the Concept of Economics

A government's intervention in the economy of a country, especially in the United States has fueled debates and criticisms, market failures, disruptions in the free-flow of market economic transactions between producers and consumers. However, its benefits far outweigh the dangers of failure in the economic affairs of the country.

Business & Money
by slimjim270
10 years ago
Economics

=== Economic Systems === To outline economics, let's compare two economic systems that are impacted by political policy. Capitalism and Communism are two commonly compared systems. My daughter recently read The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx for a school project. That evening, she asked me to read it...

Lifestyle
by Cammy
7 years ago
Women's Heel Heights Indicators of Economic Trends

Women's heel heights have historically fluctuated with the economic trends. A new IBM study suggests women's heel height seems to be an economic indicator.

Business & Money
by Dr_E
7 years ago
What Drives the Las Vegas Economy?

The Las Vegas economy is very unique. There are 3 primary factors that drive the economy in Las Vegas. Although Las Vegas is getting many more traditional jobs in industries such as manufacturing and web retail, the bulk of the economy is still heavily reliant in the following 3...

Travel & Places
by DubeluWriter
5 years ago
Which U.S. State Has The Highest Gross Domestic Product?

Out of all the U.S. states that have large economies, which state has the largest Gross Domestic Product? 

Health
by WJHunter
5 years ago
How Driving a Prius Can Reduce Your Stress

How learning to maximize fuel economy while driving a Prius can make you more mindful and reduce your stress.

Travel & Places
by Roger Borges
9 years ago
Is there a Brazilian bubble going on?

Brazil, which remains a poor nation, is now one of the most expensive countries in the planet. Renting an office in Rio de Janeiro is now more expensive to do than in New York, and executive salaries are higher than in London. No doubt that the economy is overheated; but is there a financial Brazilian bubble?

Business & Money
by vetochemicals
9 years ago
Support Local Business to Help the Local Economy

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Everyone can play a part in helping the local economy if each of us would make a concentrated effort to buy and shop locally. If you are wondering what you can do to help the economy, help your neighbors and help the country as a whole, read...

Business & Money
by ajsbooks
7 years ago
Free Trade, Friend or Foe

Is Free trade between countries an advantage or disadvantage. Could the increase in free trade assist third world countries to increase their countries financial position

Business & Money
by Prometheus
6 years ago
Price Gouging In Emergencies

This article discusses whether or not it is okay for an individual or business to raise prices in an emergency.

Lifestyle
by nix
8 years ago
Economy Class hotel design guidelines

Many hotel owners sometimes don't know what should be the proper guidelines that will be applied in their hotel building. They just look for architects to design their hotel not even giving a little requirement on what the outcome should be. Having a hotel for a business can be relatively hard to manage. If you want it to be perfect and to get back your investments easily, it should be well thought of; from the design of the building, circulation, function, down to its management. So here are some tips in designing your own hotel.

Travel & Places
by jonthtang
4 years ago
Air Asia X Business Class Review

When taking Air Asia, a budget airline with a wide geographic spread in Asia and Australia, is it worth paying extra for Business Class? This review looks at what AirAsia provides for its Business Class customers.

Business & Money
by BobD
8 years ago
Top 10 - Worlds Largest Economies

A list of the worlds largest economies should only be used keeping in mind the limitations of the measurement. Economies are rated by the size of a country's Gross Domestic Product, or GDP. GDP is the value of all the good and services that a nation produces in a year. All services and goods, whether private or public, are included in the calculation.

Travel & Places
by Joseph Perriello
8 years ago
Why Business Class Air Travel Is Better

There are two different types of air travel modes that passengers experience when they head to the airport. The coach experience is the most common form of travel and the one that we are most likely all accustomed to. For the business traveler there exists a higher level of service and comfort known as business class.

Business & Money
by Maria M.
8 years ago
Will the Dollar Collapse Anytime Soon? Reactions, Responses, Recommendations

There are always two sides of a coin. The same rule applies to economic issues. The dollar is both an affected and an affecting factor to the economy of the United States. Its rise and fall impacts the U.S. in many ways. Its growth and decline is in turn caused by the U.S. economic status.

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