International Monetary System

The international Monetary System is responsible for economic stability in the world. Some countries are more developed than others. In order to prevent discrimination of poor countries by rich countries, the IMF funds developments in the smaller countries. The IMF also regulates the exchange rates in all countries against the…

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Employees Engagement in Gas and Oil Company

Introduction The employees engagement in the industry basically means that the employees are fully engrossed in the organization’ s work and procedures and are psychologically attached to the goals of the organization. This aspect is enshrined in the ability of management to offer a conducive environment for employees to exercise…

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The Impact of Globalization on China and India and their Response

The spinning global economic and political systems and policies can be linked to the rotation of the earth on its own axis; the only difference is that the earth rotates back to the starting point, while the politics and economics of the world move further and further away from the…

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Economic Questions

Question 1 Externalities refer to external effects that are not accounted for by buyers or sellers.  It therefore means that, consumer may be paying be failing to pay for some benefit derived from a good or service; marginal external benefit (MEB) or in case of producers they may fail  to…

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Ford Company

Introduction Ford Company is a renowned worldwide leader in the auto industry. However, in the past few decades, the company has faced drastic decline in its market share. This forced it to cut down on the operational costs by closing down three major factories in UK which saw 5,700 people…

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The Role of the Government in Market oriented Economy

Introduction Currently, it’s uncountable that Qatar as one of fastest developing country will soon enjoy one of the best transport system globally. However it must meet the economic credential as required by Qatar National vision 2030.In the document, Qatar has to develop one of the world best railway integrated transport…

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Economic Models

To begin with, there is truly no person or a group of people from government who runs the economy. The economy is run by laws of supply and demand. Put simply, the market consists of consumers of goods and services and suppliers who provide consumers with goods and services. If…

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Impact of IT on Productivity

Stiff competition leads to the employment of new technologies for productivity improvement level of firms’ resources. The most vital factor of evaluation concerning growth at the industry and organizational levels is productivity. According to Tabatabae (2000), productivity growth guides firms to raise their market share. Fundamentally, productivity has its base…

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Microeconomics: Price Discrimination

Price discrimination in economics occurs where a firm sells different units of an output at different prices to different markets, and the price differentials are not based on the marginal costs of production (Wilkinson, 2005, pp 398). There are various forms in which price discrimination occurs, each determined by the…

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Discussion of Global Economics

Discussion of Global Economics Globalization is the process in which investment and financial markets are able to operate international due to the improved communication and deregulation in the recent years (McGeehan, 2011). Globalization may be perceived as positive or negative process. Without putting people’s perception on it, globalization is still…

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