Currency Wars Will Lead to One World Money
Will the currency wars underway lead to a one world money system that will lead to an explosion of wealth? Can this all have a good ending? Will the stocks blast into the 16,000 range soon? Will the world as a whole come out ahead? How about failing economies like Greece, Spain, Portugal and the United States? Will this world money save us from economic suicide?Agricultural Reform in Nigeria
Before technology arrived and oil was discovered in Nigeria, Nigerians survived mainly on substantial farming. Nigerians survived on agriculture. With the discovery of oil, Nigeria has been given another potentially profitably source of income.Lending a Helping Hand to Friends and Family
If you know a friend or family member that is on the verge of losing their home or has already been left homeless, there are ways that you can help. Give them a place to stay, help them find a job, buy food or watch their kids so that they can look for work. Your help can prevent them from entering into an even worse situation and keep them off the streets.Is Venezuela’s Economy On The Verge of Collapse in 2013?
How long can a socialist government go around pillaging free-enterprise companies, printing money, devaluing their currency and denouncing free markets – and still remain economically sound? Some say that socialism is sound and that the answer to the question would be; indefinitely.What a Degree in Business – Economics Can Do For You
While many people choose to pursue a degree in a general business category, others choose to focus their interest into a specific degree. One of these options is a Business in Economics degree. This degree can be applied to many different positions within the economic, financial, insurance, or consulting areas.Corporate Social Responsibility in India
This is my opinion on the proposal by the government to form a new companies bill mandating 2% CSR spending for the companies having INR 5 crores or more profit in the last three years. I want to highlight it’s negative effect on our economy.Working Hard Vs. Working Smart
When people get asked what builds prosperity, the most frequent response is “working hard.” That however is not always the case. India has a billion people, most of whom work hard, and most of whom are poor.Streamlining the United State’s Federal Goverment Spending
The term to “starve the beast” is a strategy by conservatives to limit government spending by lowering taxes with the aim of a depriving the government of revenue hence forcing it to reduce spending. In this case the united states federal government and the programs it funds like welfare,social security and Medicare are referred to as ‘the b east’ and will not generally refer to spending on military or law enforcement prisons.Malthus and Innovation
One of the most hated figures in economics is Malthus. Malthus claimed that, since population increased exponentially – and land available for cultivation increases algebraically – the world would become overpopulated, and everyone would become poorer. His solution to that was that people exercise “moral restraint” in how many sexual intercourses they have.Globalization – Is It Good?
‘Globalization’ is known by many names. It is known as Internationalization, Liberalization, Universalization, Deterritorialization, Modernization or Westernization and many others. By whatever name it may be called, it has led to trade liberalization that has benefited both developed and developing countries. It has increased the global relationships of economic, people and cultural activities through the process of technology, politics and trade. The world ceases to exist as divided territories and seems more like a common land without any barriers. Today it is a predominating system shaping domestic politics, foreign relations nearly every country. It is often compared to fire because fire is neither good nor bad, depends on how you use. If you use fire properly, it will cook food for you, sterilize equipment, heat your home, form iron and many others. If you use carelessly you will be destroyed. It is incredibly coercive and incredibly empowering. It can democratize panic and democratize opportunity.What Will Your Life Be Like in 2030?
The daily news is filled with stories about serious threats that could grow worse in the future. Yet, such pessimism has usually been unfounded in the past. What are the reasons for optimism today?