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Britannica Concise Encyclopedia:national debtTopHome> Library> Miscellaneous> Britannica Concise EncyclopediaTotal indebtedness of a government, especially as evidenced by securities issued to investors. The national debt grows whenever the government operates a budget deficit that is, when government spending exceeds government revenues in a year. To finance its debt, the government can issue securities such as bonds or Treasury bills. The level of national debt varies from country to country, from less than 10 of the gross domestic product (GDP) to more than double it. Public borrowing is thought to have an inflationary effect on the economy and thus is often used during recessions to stimulate consumption, investment, and employment. Deficit financing; John Maynard Keynes.For more information on national debt, visit Britannica.com.Read more: As you can see by the above examples that I can easily find any type of information pertaining to the National Debtfrom the chosen search engine in this case Google.com.3. Researching Different Careers: Assignment 1., 2. a., b., c., 3.
Businesses today have challenging goals of maintaining a competitive edge in terms of innovation and industry leadership. Plus the other challenge of keeping employees happy and engaged. One way to accomplish both of these goals is to encourage entrepreneurship in the workplace.Entrepreneurial attitude is necessary in business today due to ever changing technology. Companies must adapt to this change quickly and the need for employees that take the lead and stimulate creativity and imagination generate an ongoing atmosphere that flows to all employees.These types of employees that have self-motivation and leadership skills which are normally associated with entrepreneurs are used to start and head new divisions, initiatives or projects and give big companies some of the advantages that smaller, more flexible businesses enjoy.Some characteristics of an entrepreneurial employee include the ability to take risks, making decisions and taking responsibility for those decisions. They are result oriented with the ability to resolve problems that may deter others. They have a high level of energy, full of enthusiasm, and commitment to the organization. They are leaders,