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Questions about the Great Depression may be usefully framed as pertaining to three distinct issues: the Great Contraction, the extraordinarily severe economic decline from 1929 to 1933; the Great Duration, the persistence of subpar economic performance for more than a decade; and the Great Escape, the ultimate recovery from this uniquely deep and long depression. Although economists continue to debate the causes of the Great Contraction and the Great Duration, a rough consensus has emerged that major policy blunders of various sorts deserve most of the blame for these calamities. With regard to the Great Escape, economists have ...
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Kuala Lumpur 29 June, — Malaysia pioneer web hosting provider is proud to announce a partnership with PayPal payment gateway provider, to enhance payment system for local online merchants. Webserver has signed up as a Channel Partner of PayPal, the world’s leading online payment provider. With this development, local online merchants can now instantly add PayPal as a payment option to their shopping carts or online payment modules, when they open a Webserver’s merchant account. Webserver chief executive officer said “we are delighted on the partnership with Paypal, who is reputable for its security level that ... market research, surveys and trends


The Subprime Crisis Shows that Government Intervenes Too Little in ...
Start with two assumptions. No. 1: banking and financial markets are inherently unstable. No. 2: government intervention into banking and financial markets can only stabilize (never destabilize). You’ll find it easy to conclude that any period of market instability we experience, like the recent subprime-lending problem, is the market’s fault and that it could have been avoided with more intervention. Following the same logic, any lessening of instability that we are now experiencing can’t be due to the market’s self-correcting, but must be due to timely intervention by government. Thus argues Paul Krugman in his New York Times ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Language, Loyalty, and Liberty | The Freeman | Ideas On Liberty
The equanimity with which Americans have watched their freedoms flee puzzles many of us, but perhaps I’ve solved the mystery: they’re too busy worrying about the English language instead. They fear its imminent expiration, however exaggerated reports of that death may be. Some blame rap music, text-messaging, or state-enforced “education” for English’s demise; many fault immigrants. After all, these newcomers often cling to their native tongues and traditions instead of assimilating by learning English. This allows Americans to conclude that English is a fragile waif as endangered as Lady Liberty. And they want ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
An Afghan trade route: What could possibly go wrong with that?
to solve Afghanistan's problems by turning it into a superhighway of roads, railroads, electricity lines and energy pipelines connected to the entire Eurasian landmass. According to a piece in the National Journal by Sydney Freedberg , the proposal has the ear of Gen. David Petraeus, whose confirmation hearings to be the new U.S. and NATO commander in Afghanistan start today in the Senate Armed Services Committee. The plan is heavy on ringing optimism. I have my doubts. They are rooted in the last time this was tried, in the 1990s, when Unocal -- now part of Chevron -- sought to build an $8 billion oil-and-natural gas ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Calderon Calls on Mexicans to Unite, Fight Criminals
June 29 (Bloomberg) -- Mexican President Felipe Calderon called on political leaders, businesses and the media to unite in the fight against organized crime, the nation’s “biggest” challenge, a day after a gubernatorial candidate was shot dead. “More than ever, dialogue and unity are needed,” Calderon told reporters today in Mexico City. “United, Mexicans can defeat and will defeat a common enemy that today threatens to destroy not only our peace but our democratic institutions.” Calderon declared the nation’s institutions were under threat from criminals and vowed to capture the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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COMMERCE, MARKETS, AND PEACE ✦ 107. [I]f it could be made manifest to the .... COMMERCE, MARKETS, AND PEACE ✦ 111 shall be enabled to reduce our army and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Central America-Dominican Republic-United States Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR) includes seven signatories: the United States, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. The U.S. Congress approved the CAFTA-DR in July 2005 and the President signed the implementation legislation on August 2, 2005. The United States has implemented the CAFTA-DR on a rolling basis as countries make sufficient progress to complete their commitments under the Agreement. The Agreement first entered into force between the United States and El Salvador on March 1, 2006, followed by Honduras and Nicaragua on ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Peace through Commerce // Books // University of Notre Dame Press
In today’s global economy, business leaders need to develop new policies and practices aimed at promoting responsible corporate citizenship. The United Nations Global Compact, launched in 2000, serves as a forum in which multinational businesses work to promote human rights, prevent violent conflict, and contribute to more peaceful societies. Peace through Commerce: Responsible Corporate Citizenship and the Ideals of the United Nations Global Compact contains a foreword, introduction, and twenty-one chapters by major business leaders and scholars who discuss the issues set out by the UN Global Compact. The chapters address the ...
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B. By producing more products than consumers could use, the excess could be sold overseas to increase profits in the country. C. Make only enough products that can be consumed to support the supply and demand policy D. By sending raw materials overseas, products could be manufactured at a lower cost, resulting in higher profits for U.S. businesses. 3. To assist in promoting economic growth, Herbert Hoover directed which agency to find new markets wherein U.S. companies could expand? A. The East India Trading Company B. Bureau of Overseas Markets and Trade C. The Center for Trade and Manufacturing D. Bureau of Foreign and ...