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Papers On Economic History
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(The) Balance of Payments & J.F.K.
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Provides a thorough, 8 page overview of factors controlling and inhibiting global trading and the world economy leading upto the Balance of Payments and the reason behind Kennedy's pertinent dilemma. Written mostly from a U.S. perspective. No Bibliography.
Filename: Balapay.wps

1987 Stock Market Crash
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The event is examined and analyzed in this 24 page paper. The voices of analysts who both predicted a bull market and a bear market shortly before the crash are heard. The event is analyzed to see what lessons can be learned and applied to the future. Whether or not a similar event is likely to happen again is addressed. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: Wallcras.doc

30 Years of Interest Rates and the S&P 500
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A 10 page paper evaluating the relationship between interest rates and the S&P 500 index, for the purpose of determining whether the two are connected. Of course we know the stock market grew at its greatest rates and to its highest volumes ever during the decade of the 1990s, while interest rates sank lower than they had been since the 1960s. It is tempting to place a direct link between interest rates and the value of the S&P 500, but that relationship likely will not be supported by further analysis. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Includes 3 tables.
Filename: KSintRateSP500.rtf

A History of Economic Thought & Theory
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A 15 page paper that explores marginalism through monetary economics. The paper considers supply and demand elasticity, price/quantity equilibrium, internal/external economics, trends, and quantity theory of money. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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A Liberal Marxist’s View of Internet Gambling
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This 5 page report discusses international Internet gambling in the context of thinking exercised by a liberal Marxist. The traditional Marxist viewpoint follows the original thinking of Karl Marx that all events in human society are determined by economic forces. Marx’s ultimate goal was to liberate the world from the evil of acquisitive materialism and lead the human race to a new freedom. He saw humans as unable to overcome greed. And certainly, greed plays an important role in gambling. Therefore, a liberal Marxist is likely to find him/herself in the unusual position of siding with ultra-conservatives and the religious right regarding international Internet gambling. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: BWingam.wps


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