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Porcelain and the economy of china

| December 5, 2012

Introduction In studying the history of the United States, we come to learn of its rise as a worldwide power. The Global economy has weakened in recent times, especially due to wars and unhealthy banking, leading many economies to major financial setbacks and crisis. China has long been a critical player and worldwide force in […]

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Relationship Between Law of Demand and Supply and National Minimum Wage

Relationship Between Law of Demand and Supply and National Minimum Wage

| December 5, 2012

Introduction Supply and demand are one of the basic models of economics and they are main characters of a financial system. Demand means how much quantity of the service or product customer is willing to buy. At constant factors, price of the product increases or decreases as its demand increases or decreases respectively. While supply […]

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How the policies of new right and new deal have changed from the 1970s till now

| December 1, 2012

Introduction This assignment will be looking at how the policies of new right and new deal have changed from the 1970s till now; it will also be looking at the changes that have occurred from the second war. This assignment will also be looking at the new right and new labour, what Beveridge and Keynes […]

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Drive to sustainable energy future: An assessment of efficiency of energy policies and legislation based on the Energy White Paper 2007 of UK in developing secure energy future

Drive to sustainable energy future: An assessment of efficiency of energy policies and legislation based on the Energy White Paper 2007 of UK in developing secure energy future

| December 1, 2012

1.0  Introduction The Energy White Paper 2007 set out by UK government emphasises the sustainable energy future by producing around 20% of our electricity from renewables by 2020 with the final intension of 40% energy from low carbon resources through investment in energy efficiency and clean energy technologies thereby creating “low carbon economy” to maximize […]

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Gross Domestic Product

| November 30, 2012

Introduction Gross domestic product (GDP) refers to the market value of all goods and services produced within a country in a given length of time. It is usually used to indicate countries standard of leaving. Simon Kuznets a n American economic researcher , who has pointed out that there is more to life than money, […]

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