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Explaining A Concept: Concept Of The Invisible Hand In A Laissez-Faire Economy
Number of words: 853 - Number of pages: 4

.... and became a professor of logic at Glasgow (1751), but took up the chair of moral philosophy the following year. In 1776, he moved to London, where he published An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (1776), the first major work of political economy. This examined in detail the consequences of economic freedom, such as division of labor, the function of markets, and the international implications of a laissez-faire economy. Adam Smith is most remembered today for his explanation of our market system. A majority of people saw confusion when they observed econom .....

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Foreign 'Aid'?
Number of words: 1046 - Number of pages: 4

.... buy lavish estates in France and to establish huge secret bank accounts in Switzerland, Luxembourg and elsewhere. He also kept himself in power through bribes and by buying military support. The US alone has spent over twenty billion dollars in the past twenty years. Between surplus tax dollars and the money we would save from not paying foreign aid, we could pay back the national debt in a very short time. We can accomplish this exponentially, by other countries paying back their debt to us and our money from taxes we can have our debt paid by the year 2000(1). Yet our government is set o .....

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Women Executives
Number of words: 990 - Number of pages: 4

.... are women. The rate of increase is so slow that parity with men on corporate boards will not be achieved until the year 2116 - or for 125 years. (The Feminist Majority Foundation News Media Publishing Inc., 1995) In 1980, only one woman held the rank of CEO of a Fortune 500 company. This woman came into the top management by inheriting the company from her father and husband. In 1985, this executive was joined by a second woman who reached the top - by founding the company she headed. Even though the newspapers are reporting that women have come a long way and are succes .....

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Bombardier Report
Number of words: 2688 - Number of pages: 10

.... individuals and corporations in need of private jets. The products that are driving the growth in this division are the RJ, the Global Express, and the Lear-45. De Havilland, which was recently purchased with help from the Ontario government, produces the Dash-8 series of airplanes. The Dash-8 has had its production rate increased to 48 planes a year with about 81 on order. Modified versions of the Dash-8 are in the works that could enable an even bigger increase in production. Bombardier has cut costs and increased the profit margin at de Havilland to improve profitability. Bomb .....

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Landscape Architecture As A Career
Number of words: 1726 - Number of pages: 7

.... study the site, mapping such features as the slope of the land, existing structures and the type of soil. They check local building codes and availability of utilities, make drawings which outline the work in detail, and draw up lists of materials to be used. They then invite bids from construction companies and landscape nursery companies. With the awarding of the contracts, their work may be finished, or they may stay on to supervise the work as their client’s representative (151). A major branch of landscape architecture, golf course architecture, integrates the skills of a landscape a .....

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The Trend Towards Fewer And Larger Farms As Economic Growth Occurs
Number of words: 709 - Number of pages: 3

.... the US but are only contribute to small parts of the farms in the US. The expanding sector of agriculture numbered 271,000 farms in the 1980's. This number increased to 326,000 farms by 1991. The off of the farm income of this sector is only $20,847 per farm. The total income per farm averaged $180,276 per year. This sectors main income comes from farming and very little of its income comes from off of the farm jobs. This sector is growing because there is becoming more big farms that produce most of our food. The second sector is called the declining sector. This sector inclu .....

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Definition/Exemplification: Success
Number of words: 1156 - Number of pages: 5

.... the semester is over and that the class will never have to be taken again, but people feel relieved because each person knows that he or she worked hard throughout the semester: staying up late, completing assignments, and studying for tests in order to receive a good grade in the class. On the other hand, sometimes people may “cheat” in a way to receive good grades. For instance, someone might ask a friend to do an assignment for her because her friend had taken the same class during the previous semester, or someone might “reuse” someone else’s paper to turn in for a grade. These peop .....

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Gant, The Fashionable Alternative!
Number of words: 1242 - Number of pages: 5

.... the brand lacks differentiation. Yet by consistently emphasising quality and style, the company can begin to set itself apart from the competition. Gant should position its product as the fashionable alternative to conservative brands such as Hathaway and Van Heusen, and inferior brands such as Manhatten and Arrow. IV. Marketing Objectives Gant must become the leading fashion brand for men. To do so, Gant must address the industry trend toward casual clothes by aggressively marketing fashionable casual dress and sportswear’s lines. It must also quickly move to promote fashion leadership b .....

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The Forever Changing Economy
Number of words: 1662 - Number of pages: 7

.... The pressures work in one direction for a while, but at the same time pressures are budding that work in the opposite direction. As people look forward and see there's going to be some profit made from their production, they'll make decisions to increase volume, usually hiring more people, buying more materials, often bidding up their prices. When people are competing in the same market, that tends to generate more and more pressure in the direction of expansion. But at the same time, as costs and possibly interest rates rise, pressures begin to operate in the other direction, agai .....

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Issues To Consider When Implementing A Corporate Code Of Ethics
Number of words: 1492 - Number of pages: 6

.... making as companies encounter increasing pressure from the public to be socially accountable for their actions. During the dawn of the new public awareness of social responsibility economist Milton Freidman (1997) argued that corporations cannot have social responsibility because they are not real, they are intangible and emotionless. Only human beings are able to have social responsibility (pp. 781-787). Corporate executives of corporations may have individual social values that they feel are important to social responsibility, but according to Freidman, they must not let these val .....

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