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The main purpose of the book is to show how to get used to economic modeling. Therefore, the proof is conducted step by step in order to highlight theoretical foundations methodology leading to... More > understand a given economic phenomenon. In spite of the subject, the main focus of the book is to initiate to fundamental economic analysis. The purpose of the book is to be able to use theoretical methodology in order to get answers to several economic questions. The key of the methodology remains on the assumptions made to build models. The subject and the style used in this book are conventional. But the originality of the book comes from its goal which is to initiate to fundamental economic research tools.< Less
The Art of Building Economic Models By Homework Help Classof1
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When you build a model, how do you know which details to include and which to leave out? There is no simple answer to this question. The right amount of detail depends on your purpose in building the... More > model in the first place. There is, however, one guiding principle: This means that a model should contain only the necessary details.< Less
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The aim of this book is the development of a universal economic theory. We mean, a theory based on economic problems relate to growth and development. We highlight appropriate analytical tools able... More > to unify economic study of both poor and rich countries. The analysis shows first, it can be established a link between growth and development economics through a well being collective criteria which guarantee a positive evolution of the economic systems over time. Therefore, it becomes possible to control economic paths towards their long run locus. Second, the analysis begins on poverty and under development dilemmas in order to highlight the mechanics which link growth and development. The purpose of the analysis is the rise of standard economic development theory [Hirschman (1958), Rostow (1960), Lewis (1954)] which fall in the mid 1970s [Krugman (1994)] through its introduction in the growth literature which began with Smith (1776< Less
On the Economic Modeling of Corruption By Manuel Mahler-Hutter
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This work discusses the economic literature on Corruption. I draw the distinction between market- and parochial corruption. The institutions and the corrupt contract are the base of the following... More > analysis. Corruption happens within a Principal-Agent relationship. Corruption may flourish if economic rents exist, the costs of corruption are low or if the agents have large discretionary power. I discuss whether corruption always has to have negative influence on economic efficency. The empirical part analysis the influence of certain determinantson the CPI. The main findings are: • Corruption can be reduced by increasing the availability of means of communication to a large part of the citizens. • Higher political interest may lead to less corruption due to increased sensitivity towards authority's actions. • Direct regulations of the freedom of trade or entry to business increase the level of corruption; or the level of corruption decreases the ease of trading and doing business.< Less
Introduction of Economics By Homework Help Classof1
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Economics is a subject, which is mainly nothing but concepts, theories and models. But there are a large number of people who are so scared of economics that they don't even give it an attempt to... More > understand the subject well and in a proper manner. Economics is one subject that can give sleepless nights to the students. It becomes a challenge for them, as they find it extremely difficult to cope up with the pressure and they extremely tensed and worked up because of it. This is when external economics homework help can play a significant role and can assist these students in achieving their goals and understanding the subject. The first and the most important aim of the external help given to the students should be the explanation of the basic concepts of the subject. Students usually fail to understand or find it extremely difficult to understand economics is because they are not completely familiar with the basic concepts of the subject.< Less
Development Economics By Bahrum Lamehdasht
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This book contains essays for Development Economics at the undergraduate level. This book includes the following topics: - Defining and Measuring Development; - Harrod-Domar Model; - Lewis Model; -... More > Balanced Growth vs. Unbalanced Growth; - Structuralism; - Industrialization; - Agriculture; - Kuznets Curve; - Poverty and Economic Growth; - Kalecki's Development Finance Model; - Migration; - Amartya Sen’s Entitlement Approach to Famine; - Race to the Bottom: International Labour Standards; - Democracy or Dictatorship?; - Military Spending and Economic Growth; - Multinational Companies; - Globalization; - Bretton Woods Institutions: The IMF and World Bank - Aid.< Less
Development Economics By Kelvin Hong, Gabrielle Cheong
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IB Development Economics - Study Guide with Model Answers by leading Economics Tutor in Singapore, Mr Kelvin Hong. This book will provide step-by-step explanations, insightful evaluations, and more... More > to help students achieve the top grades they desire. Grasp all the concepts and evaluation points needed using the Summary Maps and Tables. Learn from the Model Answers to the top 10 Development Economics questions that all students should master.< Less
Economics for Managers By Dr. John Sase, Ph.D.
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A BOOK OF 170 COLOR PLATES TO EXPLAIN THE APPLICATION OF MICROECONOMIC MODELS TO BUSINESS MANAGERS FOR MANAGERIAL DECISION MAKING. Managerial Economics is built upon what we learn in Principles of... More > Microeconomics We use the same concepts and graphs…except that we add real data and mathematical measurement This 170-page folio forms the essence of Dr. Sase's forthcoming illustrated text on Economics for Managers. This present edition is filled with detailed color-coded graphs, the essentials of linear, quadratic, and cubic analysis, and illustrative business examples.< Less
Reshaping the Model By Frances Rios
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This innovative book summarizes Frances' experiences as a senior executive in the corporate world and as an international entrepreneur. She shares her secrets to achieve your professional pinnacle... More > through some easy guidelines to follow, which will lead you to the direction you want. Readers will get the tools she has established through her career that have allowed her to meet her professional pinnacles of over 20 years as a spokesperson and senior executive for Fortune 100 companies. Reshaping the Model: Lessons Learned from the Boys' Club gives women: 1. Strategies to identify and reach their next professional pinnacle 2. Create a "Personal Soundboard™" to adjust the efforts according to their professional and business goals 3. Strategies to take strategic risks to be more flexible and "resilient" 4. Develop corporate programs to promote the inclusion of women and accelerate economic performance in organizations< Less
THE MAKING OF ECONOMICS: An Introduction to the History of Economic Thought By Sa'idu Sulaiman
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This book introduces scholars and students of Economics and related disciplines, and the interested members of the general public, to a field of economics called the History of Economic Thought. This... More > field deals with critical accounts of past contributions inform of ideas, theories, models, rules, concepts and tools of investigation and analysis, made by people to the subject called Economics. The book begins with discussions on the nature, methodology and the importance of the History of Economic Thought. It then examines contributions made to Economics by a selection of economists from the mercantilists, physiocrats, classical economists and the marginalists. The Keynesian revolution led by John Maynard Keynes was given a special attention. The contributions of some selected Nigerian economists were also added to the book.< Less