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Macro & Microeconomics Case Study

General View of Saudi Economy Policy
A significant characteristic of the country’s economic system is the fact that SA has a series of resources (financial and human resources) available. This fact – which is rather difficult to be located in other countries of the international community – has led the country to a significant financial growth.  
Pages: 20 (5000 words), Case Study
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Discrimination in the Airline Industry in Terms of Price
A difference in ticket prices on the same flight has been a matter of public discussion through consumer groups and media. The authenticity of charging different rates on the same flight has been questioned. But it can be given a clean chit due to cost-based imbalances or demand-based differences. Airlines discriminate price in two ways. 
Pages: 15 (3750 words), Case Study
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Chinas Film Industry Background - China and Globalization through Cinema
Bringing together the PRC, Hong Kong and Taiwan in Chinese film represents the globalization of Chinese film because although each element of those three influences – especially Hong Kong, which was a British holding until its return to mainland China after the expiration of a hundred-year lease; represents very different cultural traditions.  
Pages: 16 (4000 words), Case Study
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Present Economic Recession Source and Origin
The exceptional appreciation in house prices of USA produced several effects on the economy. The price rise in the housing market was followed with the exceptionally low-interest rates. The cut in short-term interest rate by Federal Reserve Board was a corrective measure for the economic recession of the USA in 2001.
Pages: 11 (2750 words), Case Study
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Foreign Direct Investment in India
Foreign Direct investment is defined as ‘an investment made to acquire lasting interest in enterprises operating outside of the economy of the investor’. In other words, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) refers to investment in a foreign country where the investor retains control over the investment.
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Case Study
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International Economic Relations In the Twenty-First Century
Capitalism has changed the ways in which billions of people around the world live, work and do business and is arguably one of the most important motivations behind the current spread of the globalized economic system. Accordingly, capitalism is the most well-known model for economic development and growth. 
Pages: 13 (3250 words), Case Study
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Reasons for Decline in Manufacturing Industry in the UK
The contribution to the UK economy by the manufacturing industry has declined over a quarter in over a decade. There is a common trend in the manufacturing industry decline among developed nations. According to Lucey, UK manufacturing industry has been on a free fall since 1980 with one after the other high profile manufacturing companies closing. 
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Case Study
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The Main Forces Causing Globalisation to Increase and the Challenges That Globalisation Presents To Multinational Businesses
The policies and technological advancement have opened up many domestic and international economies unlike during the Second World War. The adoption of free-market economic systems by many governments has amplified their industrious potential within years and created numerous opportunities for both international trade and investment. 
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Case Study
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Market Opportunities in Southeast Asia
Due to Indonesia’s large domestic economy, about 60 per cent of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is contributed by domestic consumption, and only about 30 per cent makes up for external trade in the first half of 2009, judging from the statistics collated by the Manila-based Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Pages: 11 (2750 words), Case Study
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Thailand's Economic System and International Business
Thailand’s industry is a more significant contributor to GDP than the U.’s and its importance is growing. The unemployment and inflation levels are contrary in Thailand and the U. economy is far more advanced, integrated and stable than Thailand’s. the economy was until recently the most significant in the world in terms of international trade.
Pages: 22 (5500 words), Case Study
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The Extent Of The Economic Decline In Late Victorian Britain
The economic meltdown in the late 19th century Britain stands to be plausible only when one compares the performance of the British economy to other major industrial economies like the US and Germany. According to Alford, “British enterprise, it will be argued, did not decline during this period: it remained remarkably constant and inflexible (1996).”
Pages: 12 (3000 words), Case Study
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Development Of The Cultural Tourism In Egypt
The Government of Egypt is planning a strategy to maintain continuous stable growth starting in 1991. They have succeeded in implementing a set of Economic reforms that had changed the Egyptian market into a prosperous emerging economy. This was done by setting some economic principles, ensuring the market forces with the maximum possibility to drive economic growth.
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Case Study
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Local Economic Governance In The Southern Region Of USA
Unique culture and heritage that includes Native Americans, early European settlements of Scottish, English, German and Scotch-Irish heritage, significant importation of thousands of enslaved Africans, the growth of a large proportion of African Americans in the region, reliance on slave labor and a legacy of confederacy after the American Civil War.
Pages: 19 (4750 words), Case Study
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The Impact Of Ownership Structure On Nigeria's Banking Sector
The various modules taught me how to understand different forms of diversity in an organization. My verbal, written and communication skills have also improved a lot, which are needed for becoming a good manager, through the modules and the dissertation. My problem-solving skills have developed a lot which will help me while doing a managerial position.
Pages: 40 (10000 words), Case Study
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Main Features of the Legal and Political Environment of China
In the meeting held by the Communist Party, changing the legal system was taken to be the “basic strategy”. Moreover, the Chinese constitution was made amended in 1999 to render protection to the rule of law. The seventeenth National Congress meets of the Communist Party of China in 2007 emphasized on the rapid implementation of the rule of law. 
Pages: 11 (2750 words), Case Study
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Globalisation and Financial Crisis - Assessing the Impact of the Global Credit Crises on the US Economy
One of the positive impacts of the crisis on the American economy is that this process is only now being corrected and improved. Some people have said that actions put in place by the Fed to put liquidity into the economy helped lessen the problem. Critics of the Fed argue that the problem occurred because of the Fed's policies.  
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Case Study
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Is Green Capitalism Resistance to Change
There would not be any wonder if oil extracts will be lesser and lesser every day, therefore (Winter, 2006, p. This is based on simple logic that natural resources are ‘naturally’ scarce but oil consumers and miners choose to think that oil is unlimited because energy experts and political authorities implant such idea to prosumers and consumers. 
Pages: 12 (3000 words), Case Study
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Finance - the Payback Period
The Payback Period tells the number of years required to recover the total amount that is the investment in year 0. The quicker the company will be able to recover the funds, the more attractive the project will be. Hence, in this type of capital budgeting technique, companies select the project with the shortest payback period.  
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Case Study
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Macroeconomic Environment of Business - Conventional Monetary Policy
Monetary policy is believed to have great influence on most country’s macro-economy through changing the prices and availability of credit prices or interest rates. Monetary policy actions target the interest rates and money supply. In situations where the supply of money is fixed, interest rates are bound to rise.  
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Case Study
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Barriers to trade
Has the overall mission of promoting free trade all over the world through multilateral negotiations among the member states that is currently reported to be composed of approximately 153 members (Bown, 2002, p 54).The member states are expected to ensure that their various trade laws conform to the terms of the 16 different agreements that comprise the rules of the WTO. In case one of the member countries is of the opinion that the other country’s laws are a violation of the WTO rules, the
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Case Study
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