[SOLVED] The Economy of Canada
This class is ECO321, The Economic History of Canada.Description? The story of long-run economic growth and welfare in the Canadian economy, with the aid of economic analysis, quantitative data and other historical materials. Emphasis on the development of the Canadian economy from a resource-based economy to a developed industrial economy within an international setting.There are all have three questions. The 321 report of 1a needs to be written in the document named “321template v2”. The answers to other questions are written in the file named “Assignment”.
STEP 6: Select a new housing option and fill in the cost in the Budget table. Choose one of the following (Question 4 in Template):Rent a house for $15,000 per yearRent an apartment for $12,000 per yearRent a room only for $9,000 per yearSTEP 7: Fill in the other dollar expenditures in the budget table of the Assignment 2 Financial Plan Budget Excel Template, according to your preferences. Use the entire $50,000 (or whatever value you used for your annual income).STEP 8: Use formulas to calculate the sum for your Total cell of the Dollars column and to fill in the Percent column of the budget table.STEP 9: In the Assignment 2 Financial Plan Explanation Word Template, identify the savings goal and the time frame you determined for reaching your goal. Why is the time frame you identified realistic?STEP 10: Explain why you chose the housing option you did and how it will help you achieve your selected financial goal.STEP 11: Explain your choices for non-rent expenditures and how they will help achieve your savings goal within the time frame. In other words, how do your expenditures align with the financial goal you selected?STEP 12: Reflect on the productivity strategies you used to break down your financial plan into smaller steps to help you stay organized and productive. How closely did you follow the plan you thought through in Step 2 on these instructions? How did a step-by-step and organized approach help you to adjust your financial priorities and financial plan?
Macroeconomic Concepts Application
Apply macroeconomic concepts to current and personal economic events and decisions.
Relationship Between Politics and Economics
In 2-3 paragraphs, summarize the communication elements that show up in the 3 main components of this module: Galanter, ALEC, Held. ALEC documentary link: https://billmoyers.com/episode/united-states-of-alec-a-follow-up/ Bill Moyers explains ALEC, and the hidden relationship between politics and economics: Lobbying. This is one of Galanter’s key points about power. Listen more for the factual information about ALEC than for the rhetorical bits about politics. ALEC website link:https://www.alec.org/
Go back through the business press (Fortune, The Economist, BusinessWeek, and so forth and any other LIRN- based articles) and find at least three articles related to either downsizing, implementation of a new technology, or a merger or acquisition. In a minimum of four (4) pages in 7th edition APA formatted paper (sample attached) :What were the key frontline experiences listed in relation to your chosen change?How do they relate to those listed in Chapter 4 (Goodman & Dingli, 2nd ed.)? Did you identify new ones confronting change managers?How would you prioritize these experiences? Do any stand out as deal breakers? Why?What new insights into implementing this type of change emerge from this?
Financial and Economic stress
Basel III addresses this, with the goal of improving the banking sectors ability to absorb shocks arising from financial and economic stress. In December 2010 the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) published the Basel III documents Basel III: A global regulatory framework for more resilient banks and banking systems (a revised version was published in June 2011) and Basel III: International framework for liquidity risk measurement, standards and monitoring.With this reform package, the BCBS aims to improve risk management and governance as well as strengthen banks transparency and disclosure. Basel III is also designed to strengthen the resolution of systemically significant cross-border banks. It covers primarily the following aspects1:Definition of capitalIntroduction of a new definition of capital to increase the quality, consistency and transparency of the capital base. As the recent crisis demonstrated that credit losses and write-downs come out of retained earnings, which is part of banks tangible common equity base, under Basel III common equity (i.e., common shares and retained earnings) must be the predominant form of Tier 1 capital. Further, the reform package removes the existing inconsistency in the definition of capital by harmonizing deductions of capital and by increasing transparency through disclosure requirements.Enhanced risk coverage/ Counterparty Credit RiskThe reforms to the Basel II framework by the BCBS in 2009 and the amendments made in the European Capital Requirements Directive III (CRD III)2 increased capital requirements for the trading book and complex securitization positions and introduced stressed value-at-risk capital requirements and higher capital requirements for re-securitizations for both in the banking and trading book. Basel III now adds the following reforms: calculation of the capital requirements for counterparty credit risk (CCR) based on stressed inputs; introduction of a capital charge for potential mark-to-market losses (i.e., credit valuation risk); strengthening standards for collateral management and initial margining; higher capital requirements for OTC derivatives exposures; raising CCR management standards.Recent fiscal crises have demonstrated numerous weaknesses in the global regulatory framework and in banks risk management practices. In response, regulatory authorities have considered various measures to increase the stability of the financial markets and prevent future negative impact on the economy. One major focus is on strengthening global capital and liquidity rules.
Statistics of GDP
choose a country and explain the trend in statistics of GDP for at least 3 years
Anderson (1988) argued Pragmatism, properly understood, is neither a technique of neutral problem solving nor the mere contrivance of compromise (p. 457). Explain how entrepreneurial policy makers can incorporate pragmatism practices into their public policy research.Anderson, C. W. (1988). Political judgment and policy analysis. Public Administration Quarterly, 11(4), 439. Retrieved from ProQuest database.Harvey, J.T. (2013, May 1). Austerity leads to austerity! (Links to an external site.)Forbes. Retrieved from http://www.forbes.com/sites/johntharvey/2013/05/01/austerity-leads-to-austerity/Keynesian economists would suggest that, during a recession, the government should use stimulus efforts to help support the economy during that recession. Later, after the recession, Keynesian theory would suggest reducing government spending during a productive economy. Austerity measures, during a recession, operate on the opposite perspective from Keynesian theory in that Austerity promotes the reduction of government spending, and government deficits, in economic downturns. Read the following article and watch the following video. Explain which perspective, Keynesian or Austerity, is better policy for government during a recession.Harvey, J.T. (2013, May 1). Austerity leads to austerity! (Links to an external site.) Forbes. Retrieved fromhttp://www.forbes.com/sites/johntharvey/2013/05/01/austerity-leads-to-austerity/Forbes. (2012, February 13). Risk on, austerity wins in Greece (Links to an external site.) [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyE_J5Ei1dY
This is for a WGST 345 course. This assignment explores a particular topic or issue that is of concern to women, lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) people, and/or gender nonconforming/transgender people and evaluates potential strategies for improving their working lives. Use the following questions as guidelines in researching and writing the paper:What is the general issue you are addressing, and why is it important? What is the current state of the problem? What strategies, if any, have been pursued to date in dealing with it?Through your reading of the course material, what major insights, theories, and concepts emerge with respect to this issue?Through your research on this topic or issue, what relevant resources and/or organizations did you identify? What type of work have these organizations done on this issue? How much interest and attention is it receiving? What strategy or strategies are individuals, organizations, or governments pursuing to improve the situation? Describe what is involved in each of these strategies.Based on your reading and research, how would you evaluate the strategy or strategies that you have described? What are their respective strengths and weaknesses? In your view, do they promise to improve the working lives of women? If not, what other options should be pursued?
Discussion Board #3 StressInstructions:Complete Part I and II as describe below.Be sure your response to Part I is posted as a reply to this prompt.Post a response to the following prompt.For most students stress is a large part of the college experience. Balancing work, school, finances, friendships, and family can feel overwhelming at times. This is normal.In a paragraph or two (minimum 300 words), as a reply to this prompt, answer the following questions:1. Describe something that is stressful in your life. How do you currently deal with it? It can be something small like traffic on your commute or something bigger like financial hardship. Only share what you feel comfortable!2. Do you think your coping strategy is working?3. From Chapter 14, what type of coping strategy are you currently using: problem-focused coping or emotion-focused coping?4. Knowing what you know now from the text and lecture about stress, what would be a more effective method to cope with the stressor? Make a plan for how you will use this method of coping. If you believe your current coping strategy is healthy and effective, identify a second, backup, strategy that you hadnt thought of using prior to this lesson on stress.