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  • Classical Theory Of Economic Growth

    Economic growth is increase in the goods and services produced by an economy, typically a nation, over a long period of time (Economic Growth, 2018). Economic growth has different theories which are classical theory, neoclassical theory and new growth theory. The classical theory is a combination of economic work done by Adam Smith, David Ricardo and Thomas Robert Malthus in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The theory stated that economic growth will end up due to the population growth…

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  • Puudong New Area Case Study

    In April 1990, the government of the People’s Republic of China announced its plan to develop the Pudong New Area as part of its economic reform effort to attract foreign investment. The goal of the development is to turn Shanghai into a global commercial centre by creating a precinct of prestigious modern buildings and manicured open spaces with a coordinated infrastructure and communications network. The Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone is the focus of study here. The Lujiazui Finance and Trade…

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  • The Importance Of Sustainable Growth And Development In The Bahamas

    demand for sustainable growth and development. While The Bahamas remains one of the wealthiest countries in the Western Hemisphere because of strong economic performances, trends in the tourism and financial sectors (the country’s leading industries), increasing unemployment rates, poverty, skill gaps, and incidences of crime threatens the country’s overall development and prosperity. Quintessentially, we are at the intersection of implementing the goals for sustainable growth primarily through…

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  • The Negative Causes And Consequences Of Overpopulation

    Overpopulation occurs if the number of people in a group exceeds the carrying capacity of the region occupied by that group. According to Grondona, one of the fundamental questions occurring when thinking about high fertility rates is. “Is an even-increasing population desirable? Is there a limit imposed by environmental carrying capacity?” (Grondona).Nowadays overpopulation is considered to be one of the hotly discussed environmental issues, due to its possible negative outcomes. Many scientist…

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  • Analysis Of Travel Differences In Hong Kong

    Results and Discussion Not only Hong Kong acts as a significant linkage between Mainland China’s outbound tourism market and in other Asia countries, but also Hong Kong has a unique outbound tourism market of it own. According to the report republished by UNWTO in 2010, Hong Kong ranked as the 4th largest outbound tourism market in Asia and 14th in the world regarding international tourism expenditure. ( Also, Hong Kong has about 85.3 million outbound tourists in 2012 as well as a…

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  • The Impacts And Effects Of Overpopulation In The World

    population count swiftly passes 7 billion. By extending beyond family planning into comprehensive schooling, secondary education efforts have the potential to empower women economically, socially, and intellectually, while also curbing population growth.…

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  • Endangered Languages Case Study

    Endangered languages: its deteriorate situation and the solutions With approximately 7 billion population, currently, there are around 6900 languages used all over the world (Romaine, 2007). However, most of them are not be used by sufficient population so that their survival may be faced with threaten now or in the future. According to Sallabank (2011), 50 to 90% languages will disappear in nearly 100 years. Though it seems that the living conditions of those…

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  • Singapore Labour Market Analysis Essay

    the right implantation and policy, Singapore’s economy has seen rapid development, with a healthy growth of GDP. Given her scarce natural resources due to its small area, Singapore’s competition advantage lies in her human capital. People in Singapore obtain higher education that is recognised all over the world and much needed as a skilled workforce, is one of the main factors for her economic growth as it attracts investors globally. Over the years, the development of its…

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  • Environmental Effects Of Overpopulation

    On the other hand, we can consider several advantages for overpopulation around the word such as industrial, medical, and agricultural improvement, economic growth and adding…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Green Eyed

    Green Eyed The time was 10.19pm. The large traffic light rested at red for what seemed like a century. I quickly turned my head in both directions, looking left and right. I couldn’t see a single motor vehicle at all. I sighed. I was always late. Looking into the shiny rear view mirror a saw a mess of myself. My brown hair was unruly and my lipstick was smudged. After what seemed like ages, the light finally turned green. My driverless car shot forward into the night. I suddenly saw a silver bug…

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