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29 Nov 2012
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Economics: Taxes and subsidies

Case study - 3 pages - Economy general

There are two types of tax systems that work simultaneously in an economy. These two systems are called direct and indirect taxation. Both of these systems have different effects on the economy in terms of an incentive or disincentive. Direct taxation is levied on the income of people. They pay...

19 May 2021
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PESTEL Analysis - Tesla

Case study - 2 pages - Automotive marketing

Politically, subsidies and ecological bonuses for the purchase of non-polluting vehicles help orient the purchase of cars in Europe towards the environmental protection desired by political parties. The CAFE standard was put in place in order to penalize manufacturers who do not respect...

29 Mar 2022

How could international law support a transition to renewable sources of energy?

Essay - 4 pages - International law

Climate change is an international issue. Indeed, no matter how much greenhouse gases emissions decrease in Europe, if the world does not act collectively climate change and its consequences will continue. But climate change is not only an international topic, it intersects with many...

05 Aug 2021

Brexit - latest agreements, consequences, related laws

Essay - 3 pages - European union

At the end of World War II, six states met to form the European Economic Community (EEC). Over the years, the EEC has become the European Union (EU) which included some other areas than the EEC did not address. In fact, the EU expanded its intervention and its application in other fields such as...

11 Feb 2016
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Subsidise for childcare

Essay - 3 pages - Economy general

This essay briefly describes the various principles of economics and economic theories and effects in the childcare. It describes vividly the major reasons and effect that subsidies has on healthcare sector. Therefore, the essay uses the economic principles in giving the reasons for the...

07 May 2009
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The impacts of the common agricultural policy (CAP) in France

Thesis - 10 pages - Administrative law

The CAP is often considered as a debate of the specialists since this is a very complex and technical topic, but nowadays there is a huge public debate on this policy which is one of the most important European policy and also one of the most expensive one. In May 2006 there was the biggest...

21 Nov 2006
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« EU loses a landmark sugar case at the WTO », by SAPA-AP & Blomberg, business Report, 29 April 2005

Essay - 9 pages - Management

The trade of agricultural products is increasing a lot all over the world. In many countries (mainly the poorest ones), agriculture is the dominant sector of the economy and plays a very important role. To control the trade of agricultural products and to limit unfair practices, international...

19 Jan 2009
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Is the Common Agricultural Policy indispensable for the future of Europe ?

Essay - 16 pages - Economy general

The CAP has long been a stumbling block among EU members. Last year, Jacques Chirac strongly opposed Tony Blair's proposal about the CAP. Indeed, France is the country which receives more agricultural subsidies while the United Kingdom does not get any concern in the agricultural policies....

16 Jan 2009
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International economics: The World Trade Organization

Thesis - 9 pages - Economy general

Pascal Lamy, General Director of the WTO recently said that “negotiations towards a conclusion to the Doha Trade Round are 70% complete”. Indeed, the WTO trade talks have not been efficient over the last few years. Lowering agricultural and industrial tariffs, reducing subsidies...

22 Nov 2012
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Airbus and Boeing: A real life duopoly

Case study - 9 pages - Business strategy

Another Nose in the Trough and Plane Poker were two articles on the air craft industry which were published by The Economist in late 2010. While these two articles might have been published in different issues of the famed magazine, when we consider the aircraft industry it is simply inevitable...

12 Aug 2009
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Jordanian politics

Case study - 8 pages - Political science

The IMF and World Bank have both praised the economic and political reforms Jordan launched in the 1990s. The reforms touched “domestic taxation/subsidy polices, trade liberalization polices, monetary/financial sector polices, exchange rate polices, price reform and privatization,”...

29 Sep 2010
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What is the international role of the CAP and how does it affect its future?

Essay - 7 pages - European union

Since the creation of the European Community and the single European market by the Treaties of Rome, the modalities of a common market of foodstuffs had been a central concern in European affairs. As Robert Ackrill points out, "the CAP is one of the most pervasive of all EU policies, one of the...

29 Sep 2010
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Public policies and Globalization: Classic liberalism, Economic Nationalism or Embedded liberalism?

Essay - 3 pages - Political science

The last World Trade Organization summit illustrated the inability of governments to reach complete free trade agreements. The increasing number of cases of conflict presented to the Dispute Settlement Body of the WTO, shows that there is still a lot to do in the field of cooperation, and a...

03 Jan 2011
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Bombardier & Adtranz : Strategic Management

Thesis - 4 pages - Management

The rail equipment industry is divided into six departments: services, propulsion and controls, total transit systems, rail control solutions, rolling stock and fixed installation. First and foremost, moneymaking policies cannot go apart from public subsidies: Government regulations are to...

13 Dec 2013
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Labor Supply and Earned Income Tax Credit

Case study - 4 pages - Economy general

Poverty has long been an economic and political issue in the United States of America. Throughout the last century, several anti-poverty programs have been established. One of the most principal of these programs is the earned income tax credit, or EITC for short. The program has an...

20 May 2009
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Sensitivity of Indian fertilizer industry to crude oil

Presentation - 17 pages - Economy general

Agriculture accounts for the 27 percent of the Gross Domestic Product and the fertilizer industry is a crucial contributor to the agricultural sector and the Indian agricultural sector is very much dependent on the fertilizers. Fertilizer is defined as - any material, organic or inorganic,...

22 Jun 2009
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Export incentive in BHEL

Case study - 42 pages - Business strategy

Every country in the world is planning to achieve and increase its share in the world trade, particularly exports and is subsidizing its exports by some form of subsidy or the other. It may be Income Tax concession, sales/ purchase/ VAT refunds, bonus vouchers, dual rate of exchange, refund of...

07 Apr 2010
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Box-Jenkins vs. artificial neural networks in predicting commodity prices forecasting the export prices of Thai rice

Essay - 8 pages - Economy general

International commodity prices are determined by supply and demand, and to a large extent, governmental interventions through trade barriers and subsidies. Forecasting rice prices has always been a great challenge to researchers because determinants of supply and demand such as...

29 Sep 2010
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Business plan for floating shoes: launch of a new product in 2050

Business plan - 21 pages - Services marketing

The Sun Mountain Company proposes floating shoes to everyone. We plan to launch our product in the United States and Canada first and then expand it to the international market after 2 years. Mission and Strategy Statements At the very beginning, Sun Mountain was a distributor of mountain...

18 Apr 2008
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Analyzing Corruption's Cost on Development: Mexico

Essay - 3 pages - Political science

Political corruption trickles down the entire social and economic skeleton of Mexico, or formally, The United Mexican States. The system of corruption is undoubtedly to blame for the state's lack of development- but to what extent? Starting with the state's most authoritative leaders and policy...

24 Mar 2009
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SOLAR-CAL Company

Case study - 17 pages - Business strategy

Solar energy is a market that has been growing for the better part of twenty years. Japan, Germany, and the United States account for more than three quarters of solar panels installed in the world. These countries are at the forefront of this paradigm shift to alternative energy. With very...

29 Sep 2010
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Scotland and Independence

Essay - 12 pages - International relations

The issue of independence in Scotland has raised the crowd for many centuries. It has been advocated by many political movements that desire the secession of Scotland from the United Kingdom. I chose this topic as it has been hotly debated over the last few months in Scotland because of the...

02 Dec 2010
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French wine exports in Japan

Thesis - 26 pages - Services marketing

France is a part of the European Union; it is subject to common rules across Europe especially regarding the foreign trade policy which is deemed to be quite liberal under the leadership of the European institutions. It was from 1 January 1993, all European countries constituted a single...

09 Dec 2010
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Paid educational leaves in Belgium

Case study - 3 pages - Human resources

Paid educational leave: Is it more used to meet business needs than allow continuous training of employees? Why are modern teaching techniques, such as distance learning, not recognized in this system? All these questions will help us learn more about business practices. The Federal Public...

03 Mar 2011
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The market of the French wine and international competition

Market study - 38 pages - Services marketing

For a long time, France was called the "wine country", and the reference country in terms of production and consumption of wine. However, this world leader has seen the market eroding in recent years. Export volumes and domestic consumption are declining. The main reason that could explain this...

30 Aug 2011
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Globalization and its impact: Case of Africa

Case study - 11 pages - Economy general

As defined by the Merriam-Webster English language dictionary, globalization is “the tendency of investment funds and businesses to move beyond domestic and national markets to other markets around the globe and thereby increase the inter-connectivity of different markets.”...

16 Feb 2011
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The legitimacy of economic patriotism (2006)

Case study - 5 pages - Management

Introduction Beyond the occasional speech advocating its opening, even though it is true that a majority of the barriers have been removed since its establishment, the GATT (established in 1947) remains a desire to preserve the sensitive areas and promote the penetration of domestic products to...

21 Nov 2014
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Strategic Business Analysis: First Solar Inc.

Case study - 34 pages - Business strategy

The U.S solar industry has grown of age as part of the global industry estimated at $77 billions, following increasing solar installation demand every year. The new trend arises from government incentive programs, declining installation prices and stiff competition in the market. As the world...

20 May 2009
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The market analysis of Reva (India)

Market study - 28 pages - Services marketing

At recent rates of production, proven world petroleum reserves world last about 40 year and also there isn't enough pinesap in the world to meet the demand for fuel. Petroleum will become scarcer and much more expensive, providing further impetus to develop new technology. Making new...

14 Oct 2009
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Food aid, distortion, and the WTO

Thesis - 14 pages - Social, moral & civic education

The first of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals is to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger. Specifically, this goal aims to “halve the proportion of people who suffer from hunger. Yet, today 963 million people are hungry. To help fill the apparent void, the international...