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Final Paper 1 Final Case Paper Narinder Schoeling Ashford University - Online Campus Principles of Microeconomics ECO - 204 Instructor: Chris Newcomb November 9, 2009
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Final Paper 2 Cases In this paper I will analysis and evaluation two cases studies in chapter twenty-one. I will do an analysis and evaluation pertaining to case one on HIV/AIDS pandemic on economies of African countries. For case two I will analyze and evaluate growth versus income equity in developing countries. As a part of my evaluation, I will demonstrate my understanding of the reading as well as the new knowledge I have gained through this course. In this paper I will also integrate the new knowledge from the text and from class discussions. I will show how to implicate this knowledge for future applications. I will use my culmination of what I have learned in this course by describing my understanding and application of knowledge in this field. HIV/AIDS Pandemic on Economies of African Countries Case one, HIV/AIDS pandemic on economies of African countries states, “The biggest problem facing developing countries across the globe in 2006 was disease. The HIV/AIDS pandemic had infected more the 40 million worldwide and up to 40 percent of the adult population of some African countries, such as Botswana. Describe the effects of HIV/AIDS on the economics of these countries. Make sure you discuses the sources of economic growth and In order to answer this question I will first discuses the sources of economic growth and the use of scarce resources. Economic growth comes from economic development. However there are some basic factors that limit a nation like Botswana from economic growth. These factors are; insufficient capital formation, a shortage of human resources and entrepreneurial ability, a lack of social overhead capital, and constraints imposed by dependency on the other nations (Case, K., & Fair, R., 2009). Capital formation seems to be the biggest problem for poor nations. Once a nation produces capital it has to consume most of its income just to
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