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Midterm Election: A Shovel-Ready Project

The president, perhaps in an election-motivated effort to step away from his failed stimulus programs, said yesterday that there are actually no “shovel ready projects” out there. Meanwhile the vice president, who didn’t seem to get the memo, announced that the stimulus has actually worked.

America, A Promise of Change, While Losing the Real Battle at Home

An analytical and realistic look at our current economic situation in the United States and western countries in general, and how one major player, China, continues to play by its own rules for its own advantage at the expense of these nations. The article also examines the contributing causes of or sliding economy and possible associated security risks which may be involved if this trend continues.

Can The Words of Napoleon Hill Transform The Economic Condition of Our World Today?

I believe that there is a force of entrepreneurial dreamers who have already begun to exert their passions into a battle weary workforce looking for leadership and answers. As Napoleon Hill said, the race is on. The big question now is, are you in or are you out?

Barack’s Economy Crisis

Barack Obama’s stimulus plan is intricate, as with many industries falling bankrupt, it is hard to say if it is worth saving them or not. He and Congress feel it is necessary to send billions if not over a trillion dollars to various corporations, and that if he doesn’t keep these companies afloat then, maybe millions more people would be out of work and the unemployment rate would increase tremendously.

Is the Banking and Financial Crisis Over? And Why You Should Care

What is the underlying nature of the contemporary economic and financial crisis? What is at stake and why should citizens be concerned about it?

A Brief Economic History – India’s March Towards Progress Though an Ordinary Person’s Eyes

In this article we shall take stock of how India has changed over the years by taking a retrospective journey through decades, giving a micro economic view of gradual progress through the eyes of a growing child and a grown up adult. I remember as a child 1964, though we lived in the heart of the city, our house was not electrified. In fact, some of the houses in the neighbourhood did not have electricity connection, and it was not considered infra dig.

Less Grumbly – A Follow-Up to ‘Grumblings of a Slum Lord in the Post-Bust Environment’

There has been a lot of focus on what the economy has done to homeowners and businesses. This article is a follow-up to an earlier article that looked at how the economy impacts residential real estate investors.

The Top 3 Reasons WHY Recessions Occur

This article will show you the top 3 of the 5 reasons why recession occur in the world. This article will discuss the 3 Secret Law Lies are being hidden from the public. This information may shock you! This is Your WARNING!

Improve Our Local Economy By Buying Local

Local economies are struggling during this recession. Many are facing very hard times and projected economic shortfalls due to the loss of sales tax revenue and high unemployment rates.

Low-Poor Welfare and The Developing Countries

Government has great role to play in tackling these problems and put good programmes in place to boost the welfare of the people. A country where people enjoy good welfare package, vices are always at low ebb and the government could concentrate on more serious economic issues. Welfare of the people should therefore be given utmost priority if the country is to experience uninterrupted peace and progress.

Measures Of Welfare

Welfare is the general well-being of the people in a community. Welfare in general talks about good health, happiness and safety of people. The state or government is the main provider of welfare programme and these include hospitals, schools, good roads, communication facilities, security of lives and properties, access to habitable housing at affordable prices, etc. Measure of Economic Welfare (MEW) is a measurement for evaluating standard of living. It is proposed by two economist called William Nordhaus and James Tobin in 1972.

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