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  • My Passion To Study International Law

    every person applying for PhD in International Economics should be as much as specialized in research and practice in that field, as me. In favor of that thesis I should mention that I am currently working within the research During my studies at the University of Montreal, I am developing special interest for the international development, as addition to my aspiration to be international trade expert. However, I wanted to combine those interests of mine as a Junior Researcher. As a Junior Research I am involved in basic research and modeling of intra-industrial trade in the EU, monitoring international trade developments and analyzing new trade policies in the region of Eurasia. One of my most favorable activities was my work on the EUR-Asia model, used for forecast of the future developments in the Eurasia region Working experience received provided me with a deeper realization of importance of being competent in various spheres of economic research: international trade, econometrics, development and economic policy. I deeply convinced that all those spheres make an Economist to be complete expert in this field of research. The understanding of this fact and my strong aspiration to become highly qualified researcher of international level led me to decision to apply for the position at your University, as your University has a strong reputation in that field. After I read carefully the description of the PhD programme and the course requirements, I believe that it perfectly…

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  • Continuities In Eurasia

    David Sim Changes and continuities in Eurasia From 600-1450 CE, Eurasia was divided with civilizations such as Europe, China, Persia, and Islam. In 1200 CE, the Mongol empire created an immense impact throughout Eurasia with their conquests that unified Eurasia. In the Post Classical Era, Eurasia underwent a change of policies in places like Russia, China, and Persia due to the Mongol’s economic interest. However trade still remained continuous and became more popular throughout the time…

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  • Summary Of Guns Germs And Steel

    Eurasia has a horizontal axis, its land spread across similar latitudes. This made food production easier because the climates and seasons were similar. In conjunction with its geography, the Eurasian continent had the easiest time sharing and gathering techniques. Food production first formed in societies with access to clean, fresh water, river systems. Continents like Australia, first set back by geographical isolation, lacked these river systems and was therefore late to the game on food…

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  • Patriarchy In Classical Eurasia

    Classic Eurasia: a time saturated with cultural growth and development of societies. During this era Empires rose and fell, various religions were created, and mankind was morally tested time and time again. In some societies, the equality of men arose from these challenges. In other civilizations however, people were dragged into the toxic cycle of sharply stratified class systems. But, a common presence amongst all of the societies of this time was the patriarchy. Under patriarchal rules,…

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  • Mongol Influence On Eurasia

    Mongol impact on Eurasia throughout the 13th and 14th centuries was extremely influential, changing the course of the world in many ways, although the ruthlessness of the Mongols was very destructive in nature. The impact of the Mongols is shown through their barbaric actions (Documents 1, 2, 3, and 9) which can be characterized by their hygiene and their mass slaying of anyone who defied them—women and children included. Mongol influence is also apparent through economy (Documents 4, 5, 6, and…

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  • Pneumonic Plague In Eurasia

    Run, hide, bribe, pray, cheat, it wont work with death, it is the single greatest equalizer of man kind. The pneumonic plague spread though the Eurasia continent infecting and killing anyone who came in contact with the illness, making it a key example of how death is truly unbiased. It is often believed that the “Black Death” was an epidemic contained with in the European continent, over the years the plague has become localized to England, Italy and Germany. This illness was not an epidemic it…

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  • Trade Networks In Eurasia Essay

    Trade has been one of the most impactful ways of development throughout much of human history. This form of communication between humans has existed for thousands of years! It did not, however, start to truly develop and evolve into a perfect system of trade called economy until early 1000 BCE. Between 1000 BCE and 1200 CE, Eurasia had developed an integrated network of economic activity. The people of Eurasia had done this by adapting and changing their technology, trade networks, and…

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  • Compare Eurasia To South America

    Eurasia had geographical benefits compared to South American and Africa. Eurasia geographical benefits include livestock, weather, movement, and crops. Their livestock varied with animals such as lamb, cows, pigs, chicken, donkeys, and horses. Europe, Middle East, and Asia have temperate weather they also have four to three seasons all year around. The four the three seasons are their moderate growing seasons. Eurasia’s migration was easier compared to South America and Africa’s because of…

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  • The Silk Road And The Socialization Of The Silk Road In Eurasia

    The Silk Road is the most well-know trading route in Eurasia that mixed products and religions across a wide range of cultures and people. Around the first century BCE many trade routes stretching from China to Central Asia merged into one large interconnected route. It allowed other countries to experience new things from different cultures. The Silk Road was the major route of the new wave of religion. It opened long-distance economic relations between civilizations. The silk road did not…

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  • The Revenge Of Geography Analysis

    Since the geography of Eurasia naturally leads to strong empires that desire to expand, soon there was no more room for expansion. He “understood that European wars would have to be played out on a worldwide scale” (Kaplan 63). Based upon his studies, he saw the ways in which the great empires were heading and predicted that they would greatly affect the rest of the world. Unknowingly, a major world war would occur only a decade after the publication of his book with another world war on the…

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