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A History of Economic Thought & Theory : A 15 page paper that explores marginalism through monetary economics. The paper considers supply and demand elasticity, price/quantity equilibrium, internal/external economics, trends, and quantity theory of money. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Ecohist.wps

The American Free Banking System : A 5 page essay highlighting the emergence of the Free Banking System in early U.S. history. Specifically cited is the Act of 1792 which would ultimately create the U.S. Mint. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Amerbank.wps

America's Economic History : A 4 page essay on the basics of economic conquest and productivity in 18th century America (includes Colonial times). No Bibliography. Econamer.wps

After The American Revolution / Economic Trouble : A 15 page discussion of the economic impact of the American Revolution. The writer presents material regarding the structure of the various governmental entities, the issuance of a large variety of paper currency and debt documents which served as currency, and the plight of the American farmer. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Amerrev.wps

Alexander Hamilton's Economic Policies : A 5 page research paper on Hamilton's proposals to encourage confidence in the government financially and encourage commerce. The writer details the controversies on funding, assumption, the National Bank, and the Report on Manufactures. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Alham.wps

The Historical Impact of Hamiltonian Economics : A 5 page research paper detailing the impact of Hamiltonian Economics from the time when Alexander Hamilton was Secretary of the Treasury to the present day. An analysis of the basic concepts of Hamiltonian Economics presents their impact during the first years of independence for the United States. The paper concludes discussing how the concepts of Hamiltonian Economics is and can be applied today. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Histham.wps,Hamiecon.wps

Slavery & Economics In New Jersey / The Last Northern State to Turn : A 5 page paper that considers the agricultural, economic, social and political reasons why New Jersey was the last Northern state to embrace the emancipation of African Americans, and provides a comprehensive analysis of the arguments presented by a number of theorists. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Njslave.wps

Economic Impact of the Railroad in 19th Century America : This 8 page paper discusses the history and development of railroads in America and their economic impact on American society. The advent of the railroad and the expansion of rail service across the country changed American business, politics, and economics. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Rail19.wps

History of the Stock Market : A 12 page paper on the development of the stock market in the United States from its colonial foundations, through the boisterous days of the nineteenth century, to the computerized transactions of today. The writer discusses both the 1929 crash and the 1987 crash-- providing an analysis of each. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Stock.wps

Human Panic During Financial Crises & Crashes : A 10 page paper discussing both the book "Mania, Panics and Crashes: A History of Financial Crises" by Charles Poor Kindleberger and commenting on its applicability to current times. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Maniahp.wps

The First Three Years of The Great Depression / 1929-1932 : A 16 page paper exploring the early years of America’s Great Depression (1929-1932) in an attempt to determine why it occurred, its implications on society, and the events which positively and negatively influenced the situation. Bibliography lists 16 sources. Grdep.wps

The Great Depression : A 10 page evaluation of the causes behind the great depression of the 1930s. Suggests that the stock market crash of 1929 was only one of many factors which led up to the Depression. Bibliography lists 9 sources. GrtDepre.wps

The Great Depression (1929) / Analysis : A 4 page paper that considers the impacts and long term ramifications of the Great Depression, while also considering its inevitablity. This paper explores the precursors to the stock market crash of 1929 that initiated the financial devastation and also the effects on national and international economics. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Greatd.wps

Media Deception During The Great Depression : An 8 page essay on the deceptively optimistic attitude adopted by the press and movie industry before and during the Great Depression of the 1930’s. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Grdepr.wps

Stock Market Crashes / 1929 vs. 1987 : Focusing mostly upon arguments presented in John Kenneth Galbraith's "1929 : The Great Crash," the writer of this 5 page paper discusses how the infamous stock market crash which set off the Great Depression-- had quite a bit in common with the more recent crash of 1987. Specific macro-economic similarities are pointed out and relevant conclusions are drawn. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Stokcrs2.wps

The Causes & Consequences Of The 1987 Stock Market Crash : A 6 page paper discussing what caused the stock market crash in 1987 and what the consequences of the crash have proven to be. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Crash87.wps

1987 Stock Market Crash : The event is examined and analyzed in this 24 page paper. The voices of analysts who both predicted a bull market and a bear market shortly before the crash are heard. The event is analyzed to see what lessons can be learned and applied to the future. Whether or not a similar event is likely to happen again is addressed. Bibliography lists 20 sources. Wallcras.wps

Stock Market Disasters / 1929 vs. 1987 # 2 : Both the 1929 and 1987 stock market crashes are evaluated in this 8 page analysis. The role of the Federal Reserve Board is discussed in reference to the plunges taken during those fateful years. Some history on the FRB is provided as well. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Stockfrb.wps

The Stock Market Crash of 1929 -- Could It Happen Again ? / Book Review :
In this 6 page paper, the writer attempts to answer this very question based on findings presented in J. Kenneth Galbraith's "1929 : The Great Crash." Similarities between the crashes of 1929 and 1987 are pointed out and the writer ultimately concludes that another crash not only could happen, --- it probably will happen.. Economic reasons arguing to the contrary are examined as well. No additional sources cited. Stokcrsh.wps

The Stock Market Crash of 1929 / Book Review : A detailed, 8 page analysis of John Kenneth Galbraith's "1929 : The Great Crash" in which the writer analyzes the economic irony of such an event : Everyone believed the market was performing wonderfully when it crashed.. Some of the reasons for these misperceptions and the sudden "crash" are analyzed. No additional sources cited. Stokcrs3.wps

Stock Market Crash of '29 / Creative Account : A 7 page fictional story of living through the 1929 stock market crash, plus a 2-page commentary on events in the paper and how "my" strong points of common sense pulled "me and my family" through. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Blacktue.doc

Minimum Wage : The first legislation to include minimum wage was the Fair Labor Standards Act - enacted in 1938. Many within the economics profession view the stabilizing of the minimum wage as a sound principle of economic analysis and policy, believing that wage increases are detrimental to the economy. Others argue that the social factors and benefits of alleviating poverty take precedence over economic considerations. This 20 page paper examines the factors contributing to the opposing views concerning the instigation of a mandated minimum wage. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Flsawage.wps

(The) Balance of Payments & J.F.K. : Provides a thorough, 8 page overview of factors controlling and inhibiting global trading and the world economy leading upto the Balance of Payments and the reason behind Kennedy's pertinent dilemma. Written mostly from a U.S. perspective. No Bibliography. Balapay.wps

The United States Economy Under JFK in 1963 : A 4 page paper on the history of the U.S. and it's economy under the Kennedy administration. While the paper’s main purpose is to show what the economy was like during the year 1963, it also goes into detail about the Kennedy administration and how the president impacted the economy. No Bibliography. 1963.wps

The United States & Its Economy In 1973 : A 4 page paper on the economy under the Nixon administration. The paper mainly talks about where Richard Nixon took the economy of the United States while also talking about his presidency. No bibliography. 1973.wps

The End Of Inflation In The Seventies : This 15 page paper examines the Volcker U.S. monetary policy "shock" of October 1979. National as well as global implications are examined, particularly as it applies to exchange rates. The subject is discussed in light of economic conditions as it existed in the sixties and seventies. The paper concludes with comments on the current state of the economy as well as its probably future. Bibliography lists 13 sources. Volcker.wps

(The) International Monetary Fund (IMF) : A 7 page overview of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in which the writer analyzes the fund's history, purpose, and a number relevant issues that have confronted the U.S. government since. In particular, the problem presented by Mexico's monetary crisis is examined. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Imf.wps

The IMF, Monetary Policy, & Changing Marketplaces : 20 pages in length. A detailed analysis of the International Monetary Fund's creation, purpose, function, etc; The writer examines its effectiveness in promoting international cooperation, how it maintains orderly exchange arrangements, facilitates multilateral agreements, and so forth. Of particular interest here is the changing role that the IMF plays in the new post-Communist global marketplace. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Imfmone.wps

History Of The International Monetary Fund : A 29 page paper that documents the history and development of the International Monetary Fund from its inception in 1944 to the current practices of the day. Included in this discussion are two major transitioning points for the IMF that transformed the policies of the institution as well as a number of example of how the IMF has been utilized in its new structure over the past 10 years. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Monefund.wps

U.S. Support of the International Monetary Fund / Pros & Cons : This 5 page paper is written as a memorandum and discusses reasons why the U.S. should support the IMF and reasons why it should not. The writer also presents recommendations for action or resolution of the issue. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Imfpc.wps

Life & Contributions of Economist Thomas Robert Malthus : A 7 page paper on the eighteenth-century British economist. Following an argument over what he felt to be the unrealistically rosy progressivism of Godwin and Condorcet, Malthus wrote an essay on the Principle of Population which essentially founded the study of demographics and has continued to exert influence down to the present day. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Malthus.wps

Leverage Buyouts Of The 80's Vs. Medieval Times : In this thoughtful 4 page essay, the writer makes comparisons between the role of the stirrup (horse & saddle) during the Middle Ages and the leverage buyout of the 1980's (U.S. economic history). It is argued that in the Middle Ages, the need for a Cavalry presented itself in order to protect the lords and the system of feudalism. Without such Cavalry, the system would collapse and those who held the power and the wealth would cease to hold it. In the 1980s, the conditions were similar. During that time period an overwhelming sense of greed and a thirst for power took hold among those in the stock market, or those who had control of the money and the economy. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Stirrup.wps

Reaganomics : A 10 page paper that considers the positive impact of Reaganomics on the American economic climate of the 1980s. This paper determines that not only did Reagan face a difficult and already determine economic path set by years of mismanagement, but the systems that were implemented under his Administration were the most significant economic changes created in decades. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Reag.wps

U.S. Economy & Industrialization : A 7 page essay discussing the developing U.S. economy in the wake of an emerging Industrial society (writer goes as far back as the late 1860's and upto the mid- 1930's). No Bibliography. Amerecon.wps

Charles Beard's Economic Interpretation of the U.S. Constitution : A 5 page paper on Charles Beard's economic interpretation of the U.S. Constitution. The paper discusses background philosophy, economic background of the nation during the formation years, Hamilton's contributions and Madison's contribution. Bibliography lists 1 source. Chbeard.wps

The U.S. Economy / Where Do We Stand ? : A 5 page paper on the state of global economics. The writers discusses where the U.S. stands in the world of economics and the likelihood of it being able to maintain it's rank as the global economic leader. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Woreco.wps

Making the US More Competitive In The 90’s : An 11 page paper containing 3 proposed courses of action for making the US more economically competitive, written from the view of 1989. While overwhelmed with our own internal economic and employment problems, there has been much too little attention paid to the economic changes around the world. Some of the first, and ongoing, steps we need to take is to increase worker productivity, bring our public education in line with that of world leaders, and greatly increase the quality of the goods manufactured in the US. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Eco1990s.wps

The Bull Market Of The 1990s : A 5 page paper illustrating that the stock market of recent years has indeed been a bull one. It seems the entire country has been in awe of the performance of the stock market in recent years, and there is talk among economists that the old and classic model of the business cycle might well be obsolete, that "bust" does not always follow "boom." Whether that speculation will prove to be valid or not, the US economy has experienced several straight years of slow and steady growth, with advances in economic indicators each year. The trend toward globalization reduces business’ risk in any given geographical location, and businesses are operating in a more fiscally sound manner than in any other recent time. The factors that have contributed to the long-standing bull market are still in place. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Bull-Mkt.doc

Economic Conditions in 1990 & 1996: A 9 page paper comparing the economy of 1990 with that of 1996. The recession of 1990-1991 was a particularly distressing one, and consumer confidence did not readily return at the end of the recession. In fact, consumer confidence did not cease falling until nearly a year after the end of the recession. By 1996, consumer confidence appeared to be stable, but they still had not returned to their prior spending habits. Closer examination reveals that while unemployment and inflation were low, real disposable income had failed to keep up with costs. Consumers were spending less than before 1990 simply because there was less to spend. Bibliography lists 6 sources. E9096.wps

The U.S. Economy During The Nineties : A variety of economic indicators are reviewed in this 5 page overview that looks at the years between 1990 and 1998. A look at the past explains how the nineties economy came to be and, more importantly, how the various indicators are used to assess its health. Bibliography lists 8 sources. 90econ.wps

U.S. Working Class Conditions 1990-1995 : A 10 page examination of the working class in the United States between 1990 and 1995. Examines wage trends and worker demographics and discriminations. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Uswork.wps

Economic Development in the Developed World : This 5 page report discusses what economic development actually is and how it is achieved, as well as how those steps contribute to the overall developmental process. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Ecodevo.wps

Improving Economic Competitiveness : An 8 page paper discussing three pre-1990 propositions for enabling the U.S. to effectively compete economically on the world stage. These three propositions are conversion to the metric system, support of common currency, and trade dumping laws. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Econcomp.wps

Will US Prosperity Continue? : A 7 page paper asking this same question that economists ask. In the fourth quarter of 1997, rumors are circulating that perhaps the classic business cycle is an obsolete model, that globalization has had such an impact that the old model is no longer relevant. It is true that the US economy is in the longest period of expansion of the century. The question is whether it will continue or whether it will come to an abrupt and devastating halt within the next two or three years. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Prosper.wps

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