|Charts Illustrating Economic Statistical Trends :
worth of trend charts displaying 1998 U.S. economic data.
One chart displays the national deficit in a bar graph over
the course of five years; others display trade statistics, in
general and also for the Philippines and U.S. specifically.
Several economic indicators are displayed each with a brief
synopsis. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Charts.wps
Macroeconomics, Value Of Combined Theories :
A 7 page comparison of classical and monetarist
macroeconomics. The writer argues that while economists
remain in divided camps, in application, the two theories
are combined, along with the growth theory of rational
expectations, a monetarist offshoot. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Economics / Supply & Demand : A 7 page paper that
utilizes basic principles of economics, including supply and
demand, the law of diminishing returns, and profit
maximization to demonstrate an example of a company's
manufacturing and sales plans. This paper includes three
diagrams that show supply and demand curves for a sample
company. No bibliography. Suuplyde.wps
Managing Capacity & Demand / Manufacturing vs Service :
A 6 page review of the relationships of supply and demand.
Provides an approach to analyzing such relationships from a
stochastic perspective. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Supply And Demand / U.S.
Investment In Latin American
Theater : An 8 page overview of investment opportunities in
Latin American theater. Outlines a recent venture by
Disney which has proven rewarding for both the U.S. and
the Latin American countries which participated. Addresses
the factors of supply and demand and concludes that while
they may not be entirely positive at present they could be
expected to be so in the near future. Bibliography lists 6
Economic Condition of the United States and Monetary
Policy Recommendation: This 6 page report discusses the
fact that currently U.S. enjoy low interest rates, low
unemployment, low inflation, and an expanding economy,
and confidence is high and the fact that booming U.S.
economy may be approaching a historical turning point.
The writer examines economic conditions in the Federal
Reserves District Twelve and reviews the regional and
national impact of international factors on both that District
and the U.S. in general. A specific monetary policy is
recommended for the Federal Reserves June meeting.
Bibliography lists 6 sources. BWfomc.rtf
Changes and Growth in the America Economy Since the
Great Depression: This 8 page report discusses the vast
number of changes the U.S. economy has undergone since
the dark days following the 1929 stock market crash. The
Roosevelt Administration implemented a wide array of
social benefit programs to assist Americans in getting
through the Depression. The next economic grace for the
country was directly related to the onset of World War II
and then the prosperity of the post-war period. Subsequent
generations and their economic success had been changed
forever. The United States would never again experience a
catastrophe of the magnitude of the Depression.
Bibliography lists 7 sources. BwpostGD.rtf
Trade Deficits: Macroeconomic Problems : A 10 page
research paper on the effects of trade deficits on economies.
The writer focuses on deficits as GNP indicators and how
the world has responded to trade deficits with countries in
crisis such as Japan, Brazil and others. Bibliography lists 13
Econometric Models & Economic Forecasting : A 5
paper that considers the impact of econometric models on
the process of economic forecasting, providing a number of
specific examples to illustrate points made. Bibliography
lists 5 sources. Econmod.wps
Macroeconomic Benefits Of Tax Refunds From Deficit
Surplus : A 3 page essay on the potential long-term benefits
of giving a tax refund to U.S. citizens from the deficit
surplus instead of increasing big government. The writer
argues that the long-term benefit would be just that as the
economy itself is already stable, although a positive supply
and demand bump is possible as well. Bibliography lists 2
Market Correction Through Governmental Regulation :
8 pages in length. We learn from economics texts that for
every economic imbalance that occurs, there is a corrective
reaction that occurs to reestablish equilibrium. Those
corrective actions are not immediate though, and sometimes
they seemingly take forever. Arguing in favor of
government control is not to say that businesses need to be
regulated in their ability to operate or to make their own
decisions, and in fact they need to be encouraged to develop
new products and services to be able to remain competitive.
Government regulation is required in financial sectors to
control those market flaws that cannot be otherwise
corrected. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Govtreg.wps