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Today's highly fierce and dynamic global economy requires nations of the world to thoroughly harness their human and natural resources so as to remain competitive within the scheme of things. The proper identification of available resources (both...
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advanced countries. Its proximatecauses include sub-prime lending, faulty distribution models, unsustainable financial engineering and derivatives usage, and faulty credit rating by agencies, a lax regulation and large global imbalances in those countries. But the fundamental cause of the crisis was the...
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Detroit was built on the automotive industry, which caused an exponential rise and fall of this city’s economy. Detroit, Michigan was considered a prime location for the automotive industry, spurred by the use of the Bessemer converter located on the Detroit...
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remains of each of these conventional academic theories in the wake of Enron's collapse. My principal conclusions are as follows: Initially, with respect to U.S. corporate governance, the collapse of Enron reveals the fundamental tradeoff between objective and proximate monitoring by corporate directors...
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The word economy comes from the Greek word for “one who manages a household.” At first, this origin might seem peculiar. But, in fact, households and economies have much in common. A household faces many decisions. It must decide which...
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Globalization and Capital Markets
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