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18 Apr 2022

The business model of an exchange - How does a cryptocurrency exchange generate money?

Case study - 11 pages - Bank marketing

Today there are more than 600 cryptocurrency exchanges in the world. Some cryptocurrency exchange platforms are no longer start-ups. A hundred of them are engaged in a fierce war of prices in order to capture customers. The Binance platform, for example, which is the world leader with 70% market...

03 Mar 2021

Places and forms of power - What is the role of money in our society in our lives ?

Essay - 1 pages - Humanities/philosophy

I am going to talk about the notion of places and forms of power. First, I would like to give a definition of power. Power is the ability to control others and to make things happen despite obstacles, resistance, or opposition. This, of course, leads to conflict between those who have and...

31 Aug 2020

Places and forms of power - Education and money

Essay - 1 pages - Sociology

Today I'm going to deal with the notion places and forms of power. It can be defined as the ability to exercise authority and influence over others. It can exist at different levels, for example in economy, politics, and media. We may wonder to what extent higher education can be considered as a...

20 Apr 2015

Interaction of sectors and real money

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

The importance of money as means of payment and as a unit of account and the relationship between the money supply and the change in the general price level is among the topics of greatest interest of the first economic thinkers. Initially, the concern was with the role of...

07 Dec 2014

What is the meaning of money to Francisco? To James Taggart?

Case study - 3 pages - Literature

As money is “the barometer of a society's virtue” (383), so is money the measure of a person's worth. This is the importance of money in the story of Atlas Shrugged, where the stakes are high and some of the characters larger than life. Amongst the characters are...

16 Feb 2011

Money laundering in the financial community: one of the dark sides of globalization

Essay - 9 pages - Finance

Economically, globalization may appear beneficial in that it enhances trade between men and generates growth. Many of its adverse effects are, however, the game of criminal organizations. Indeed, with the rise of movements of people, goods and capital, globalization tends to increase the capacity...

31 Dec 2010

Money laundering

Thesis - 5 pages - Economy general

According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), money laundering annually represents more than 600 billion dollars worldwide. Criminal activities like drug trafficking, arms smuggling or prostitution rings also generate very high profits. However, the money earned illegally is...

12 May 2009

Moneygram International: Case study of a fund transfer company

Thesis - 9 pages - Finance

Moneygram Company was founded in 1940. Initially, the company was named Traveler's Express Company. In 1998, it acquired Moneygram Payment systems Inc (a company specialized in transfers of money) and then changed its name to Money gram International Inc in 2003. This acquisition...

01 Apr 2009

Banking and insurance: The money market

Case study - 26 pages - Finance

The money market is a market for financial assets that are close substitutes for money. It is a market for overnight to short-term funds and instruments having a maturity period of one or less than one year. It is not a place (like the Stock Market), but an activity conducted by...

20 Apr 2009

Analysis of money laundering risks in priority banking: A unit if Standard Chartered Bank

Tutorials/exercises - 65 pages - Finance

Money laundering, at its simplest, is the act of making money that comes from Source A look like it comes from Source B. In practice, criminals are trying to disguise the origins of money obtained through illegal activities so it looks like it was obtained from legal sources....

16 Jan 2009

Microeconomics, main concepts for an economy study: capital formation, production, consumption, employment, credit multiplier, money demand, money supply, prime rate, Keynesian transmission mechanism, exports, imports and government expenditures

Essay - 7 pages - Economy general

Financial investment and interest rates have a positive relationship. Financial investment represents investment in bonds or shares or money saving in the bank. If the interest rate increases, the return of investment will be better. You will get more return on shares (or bonds) and earn...

13 Aug 2009

The practice of money laundering and politically exposed people

Tutorials/exercises - 20 pages - Political science

The practice of money laundering has long since been regarded as a criminal offence though it is primarily during recent times that the practice has been undertaken on such a scale as to pose a genuine threat to the international political and financial orders. This is due to its...

15 May 2009

The implications of the operations of the banking sector on money supply

Thesis - 8 pages - Finance

The UK banking sector plays a crucial role in determining not only the amount of money in circulation in the economy but also the form that it takes (e.g. fiat money or current/deposit account holdings available to be given by the banks as loans). These aspects of the monetary...

10 May 2009

The importance of plastic money in today's scenario

Dissertation - 69 pages - Finance

Financial cards witnessed a robust growth in India in 2002-03. The number of cards in circulation increased by almost 50 per cent. The growth in transaction value, at 95 per cent, was even more spectacular. These results are attributable to the thriving economy which led to a large increase in...

12 May 2009

The implications of the operations of the banking sector on money supply - published: 12/05/2009

Thesis - 4 pages - Finance

Brief Overview Bank deposits make up over 80% of the M3. Thus bank behavior is important to money supply. Cash is an asset to the bank. Deposits are a liability since the bank must repay them on demand or at short notice. The banks know that at any point in time only a % of investors...

14 Apr 2009

Money and transaction over the internet: Online banking

Thesis - 28 pages - Finance

The advent of internet has initiated an electronic revolution in the global banking sector. The dynamic and flexible nature of this communication channel as well as its ubiquitous reach has helped in leveraging a variety of banking activities. New banking intermediaries offering entirely new...

23 Mar 2009

Operational risk management: Implementing a Bayesian Network for foreign exchange and money market settlement

Dissertation - 114 pages - Finance

Recent Financial scandals in the banking industry have caused considerable attention to be focused on operational risk. This is because an analysis of some of these scandals reveals that the underlying causes of these huge Financial losses are due to Operational Risk (OR) and not to credit or...

12 Jan 2009

If you lack money do you also lack freedom? Please explain your position with reference to the works of at least two of the following: Berlin, Taylor, and MacCallum

Essay - 5 pages - Social sciences

“Whenever a separation is made between liberty and justice, neither, in my opinion, is safe.” (Edmund Burke). Defining justice and how achieve a just society depends on the conception we have of the notion of liberty and equality. These two elements are the core notions of political...

16 Jan 2009

The impact of bank failures on the money stock during the inter-war period in the United States

Essay - 11 pages - Finance

In the following study the researcher attempt to analyze whether the monetary policy adopted by the Federal Reserve during the interwar period led to the Great Depression. The study would investigate through an extensive literature review by studying the perspectives of renowned economists in...

29 Jun 2008

Money talks, so let's talk money: Competing for fiscal resources

Thesis - 5 pages - Fiscal law

The academic landscape has changed in recent years. In the modern academic environment, competition between departments and programs for scarce dollars is the order of the day. Despite the fact that the library is traditionally “the single largest budget center in any academic...

07 Oct 2008

Money advice

Essay - 6 pages - Finance

The trend of people being subjected to financial difficulty is increasing. The easy access to credit may provide convenience but it can also lead to overspending and consequently, overindebtedness. Some life-changing events such as loss of job and divorce can substantially add to debts. Being...

29 Aug 2007

Money Motivates

Essay - 2 pages - Sports

After successfully breaking the color line, Branch Rickey and the Brooklyn Dodgers decided to extend the noble experiment to the deeply segregated South. In January of 1949, the Dodgers announced that during spring training they would travel to Atlanta and Macon, Georgia. The team would be...

06 Sep 2022

Counterfeiting - Business process and government response

Tutorials/exercises - 3 pages - Economic politics

The creation of a fake replica to replace an original form of an object is illegal and referred to as counterfeiting. This action is often perpetrated to take advantage of the monetary gain by exchanging an object of greater quality with something of inferior quality. Counterfeiting has been...

15 Dec 2022

Foundations of Economics and Sociology Foundations of Economics

Course material - 25 pages - Economy general

It is within the multiple and different enterprises, which together define to a large extent a national economy, that the observation of economic and social facts is the most extensive and undoubtedly the most visible. The company is a reality that weaves its way through our daily lives because...

06 Oct 2022

Management and cultural aspects

Course material - 25 pages - Management

Human beings have needs in order to survive and the purpose of economic activity is to satisfy these needs by providing people with what they need. Such needs will vary from person to person because each person seeks different things at different times. Those who are poor would like to satisfy...

25 Jun 2021

Presentation of The American Dream

Essay - 2 pages - Humanities/philosophy

The American dream is the ideal by which equality of opportunity is available to any American, allowing the highest aspirations and goals to be achieved if they just work hard enough. It appeared after the Declaration of Independence in 1776 which proclaims that 'all men are created...

05 Sep 2022

White-collar crime in South Africa

Tutorials/exercises - 4 pages - Sociology

White-collar crime is nonviolent crime that is committed by a person in order of financial gain. This specific type of crime is seen as nonviolent as people are not generally hurt in the process. Everything is more secretive and doesn't involve many people. The risks are seen as minimal and...

02 Mar 2023

Central Bankers and Interest Rates

Course material - 9 pages - Finance

Inflation was a major problem in the 1970s. The 1971 collapse of the Bretton-Woods agreement gave governments latitude to alter their currency exchange rates. The previously locked exchange rates had the effect of taming inflation. There were also "oil shocks" in 1973 and 1979, which caused oil...

19 Sep 2022

How are women entrepreneurs changing the world?

Course material - 2 pages - Startup, entrepreneurship

This lesson plan explains how women entrepreneurs can change the world, and includes vocabulary and exercises to practice writing in English.

04 Aug 2022

EU relations in the wake of the 21st century

Essay - 6 pages - Modern history

Eastern and Western Europe were separated in the aftermath of the Second World War by their rapprochement with one of the two great victorious powers, the USSR and the United States. Rebuild = European countries reduced their military budgets and thus find themselves at a disadvantage in the face...