Latest news

  • in

    10 In varied countries we observe governments aiming to produce

    10. In varied nations we observe governments aiming to supply combined income areas to scale back or stop spatial segregation. This almost at all times implies a redifferentiation, or restructuring of the housing inventory of low-income areas. This strategy has its benefits and drawbacks. Redifferentiation and restructuring are based mostly on the idea that options […] More

  • in

    Compare and contrast the financial systems of two different countries. Use an institutional approach to describe the system. Comment on the impact on, and response to the GFC in each country

    1.0 Introduction A financial system inquires for efficient allocation of resources among the surplus and deficit units (Viney 2009) as such it encourages more savings where funds are provided for investor to invest and also ease the transactions for goods and services (Viney 2009). There are three main components in the financial systems which are […] More

  • in

    Migration from developing countries

    Migration process originated from ancient times when people move from this place to other place due to the exhaustion of nature resources. Pass thousands year of development, people have not only searched for natural resources for their demand but also they have looked for a life with high quality of living, education and social security. […] More

  • in

    Economic Development for Developing Countries

    International Undergraduate Program Faculty of Economics University of Indonesia Depok 2013 Larger Rural Populations but Rapid Rural-to-Urban Migration One of the hallmarks of economic development is a shift from agriculture to manufacturing and services. Although modernizing in many regions, rural areas are poorer and tend to suffer from missing markets, limited information, and social stratification. […] More

  • in

    Asian Countries

    Many Asian countries such as Singapore, HK, and South Korea have achieved tremendous economic growth in the last forty years of development. One of the key success factors has been macroeconomic stability in these countries. Multiplier effect — population Talk aboit the characteristic of Asian countries-past 40 years –deveoping country –vast raw material 1. Economic growth […] More

  • in

    How Rich Countries Got Rich and Why Poor Countries Stay Poor

    How Rich Countries Got Rich and Why Poor Countries Stay Poor By Erik S. Reinert The book How Rich Countries Got Rich and Why Poor Countries Stay Poor is written by Erik S. Reinert and it is published in 2007. Reinert is a 62-year-old Norwegian economist who specializes in development economics and economic history (Wikipedia). […] More

  • in

    Two Different Countries

    Britain and china are both historical counties, therefore, there were many social change which caused by different reasons. However, even if those reasons were different, the results are the same which are these two countries made the some achieved. Britain is caused “the developed revolution” on the other hand, china developed due to “the reform […] More

  • in

    Why are some countries more developed than others?

    Explain why uneven development exists between countries (developed countries and less developed countries). Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer. ​Each other country is running in a rat race to make its ration one of the most developed country in the world. China, Japan and Korea are seen to lead the other nations […] More

  • in

    Analyse the effects of education on the developing countries

    Analyse the effects of education on the developing countries Development is one of the themes of modern society and there are a variety of elements influencing the development. Many countries experience declares that education gradually play a more and more vital role in development. Education policies which depend on the specific national conditions can lead […] More

  • in

    Role of free trade and how it has impacted developing countries’ trade

    Role of free trade and how it has impacted developing countries’ trade Introduction             Free trade is a trade where countries carries out economic activities “without restrictions or barrier such as import and export tariffs”, barrier to market entry and policies (Johnston, Gregory, & Smith, 2011, free trade). Many countries […] More

  • in

    Toward a Typology of Food Security in Developing Countries,Governance Division, and International Food Policy Research Institute.

    Global Food Supplies Introduction Question 1             Globalization and technology enable food producers to access a wider market, increase opportunities, and competition with food supply and consumption. Countries and agricultural multinationals position their supply systems, according tothe global market. Food supply requires a systematic analysis of the food production processes […] More

  • in

    The countries with small prison

               Small prison populations in a country may mean that the government is soft on crime since prisons were designed to hold the law breakers who have been convicted. On the other hand, it may mean that the government and the citizens of a country are doing enough on rehabilitation, training […] More

  • in

    Third world countries debt crisis

    Third world countries debt crisis Introduction        Debt Crisis is a condition in which a country has heavy external debts and is unable to pay the principle of the debt. Moreover, it also refers to a situation where a state uses large percentage of its foreign exchange in serving the debts and even […] More

  • in

    Education Policy in Two Different Countries

    Education Policy in Two Different Countries Introduction             These refers to the principles and policies made by the government in the field of education, collection of rules and laws that govern the operations carried out in the education system. Education is a form of learning where knowledge, habits and skills of a particular group of […] More