Economics : Business & Finance
With the ever-changing economical, financial and social ethos of the modern day world that form an interwoven patchwork in our daily routines, we have become far more competitive than we had ever been in the past. As the history of mankind evolves, his needs, desires and social adaptability also alt
People who are familiar with the popular board games of checkers and chess understand that there are vast differences between the two, even though they are played on the same board. Checkers involves a simple, linear game where the objective is to capture all of the opposing players through simple j
Despite the high unemployment rate, high number of foreclosures, a depressed real estate market, and rising prices on food and other commodities there's plenty of optimism that comes straight from the Central Bank and the Treasury. But what the officials don't take the time to explain in a
Business in Somalia Somalia is a country which is located in the horn of Africa. According to the CIA and the Central Bank of Somalia, despite experiencing civil unrest, Somalia has maintained a healthy informal economy, based mainly on livestock, remittance/money transfer companies and telecommunic
Yearning toward of life of self sufficiency?You are not alone.Here are ten reasons people are returning to homesteading and self reliance.
The experts all have something to say about the economy for the upcoming year. There are as many opinions about what is going to happen as there are people that have these opinions.
As 2008 draws to an end, the signs for the global economy in 2009 are, to say the least, inauspicious. But this downturn won't affect all geographies equally - and this holds true for the shared services and outsourcing space as much as for the wider economy. In order to get a better-defined pi
Ahh movie night... I remember the days when I would go out with my dad on a Friday night, follow my dad through those Blockbuster doors, and enter a world of movie heaven. Search the sections for any new releases and check the old ones just in case I had missed an old favorite.
The last three years have seen some of the worst economic years in history for Western countries as a whole. The governments have responded in a universal manner. They've pumped money into their economies in one form or another which has run up huge national debts. This is starting to cause ser
When President Obama took over the White House it was during a time when the country needed a leader to steer it out of a severe economic depression. One of the methods he cited to bring the country back around and jump start the economy was the implementation of plans to establish more high speed i
What is in the bailout plan?Rum, arrows, wool and racetracks...are these are few of your favorite things? Well, they certainly are favorites of a few lawmakers on Capital Hill.For your amusement, here is a list of bailout "pork." Some items you may find more objectionable than others
With the speed of growth of our technology, the results of our studies and our creation need an infrastructure for humanity, where people can build without looking over their shoulders to fear being shut down or losing their livelihood. Currently, we have groups where we focus on one topic, and we f
Know how a local government in a democratic third world country manages to increase its local revenue generation. The Philippines has a democratic government which starts the devolution of some services to local governments in the 1990s. There are several local government units which have already be
The Indian Railway Budget deals with strategically planned infrastructure expenditure on the railways, with the revenue and expenditure for the upcoming financial years. Indian Railway Budget usually aims at the public elements, the induction and improvement of existing trains and routes, investment
In 2011, the wealth of the official top earners of many European countries,and the United States has increased, whilst the majority of people have seen their actual assets decrease in value. This may be the result of the 'trickle-up' economic effect, that some economists cite as a reality