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Economic Practices, Theories, and Inflationary Tendencies
This 7 page report discusses fundamental inflationary tendencies that influence virtually all aspects of economic theory and practice. Although economic forecasts have proved less that totally reliable throughout the past decade and have even been blamed for currency crises around the world, in terms of inflationary predictions and trend watching, they are usually relatively accurate since inflationary tendencies typically carry a number of key characteristics that assist in both predicting then defining levels of inflation in the overall economy. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Economic or speculative bubbles have been seen over many centuries where investors seek to make a profit and assets become over valued. This 16 page paper looks at some of the bubbles that have impacted on the United States of America, starting wit the Mississippi Bubble looking at a range of bubbles through to the dot com bubble which collapsed in 2000 the paper discuses different types of bubbles and the boom and bust cycle many have created and considers the underlying economic theories that explain the occurrence and patterns associated with bubbles. The bibliography cites 15 sources.
The Economy of the Cayman Islands
Set in the Caribbean the Cayman Islands are the most economically successful of the Caribbean Islands, known as a tax haven and home to many corporate bodies this is only a part of the Cayman Islands economic development. This 20 page paper examines the development of the Cayman economy and the role of tourism as well as financial services and then applies economic theories to explain the development and interaction of the various policies that have resulted in such strong growth for the area. The bibliography cites 8 sources.
Agricultural Subsidies and Economic Factors
This 5-page paper examines the economic theory of supply and demand, and focuses on how this theory has been re-vamped because of agricultural price supports from the U.S. government. The essay also touches on the impact of such price supports on consumers, as well as the impact of the FAIR act (passed in 1996) on produce and farmers. Bibliography lists 4 sources.