World Investments and Economics
Prime Minister Tony Blair launched Invest.UK on 5 July 2000, saying:
"Today's inward investment figures are a clear vote of confidence in
this country and the economic policies we are pursuing. Companies from
every sector a
The impact of the Global Financial Crisis on inflation
After the onset of the global economic recession in 2008, inflationary pressures were relieved.
Slower economic growth and incomes growth lessened the ability of businesses to increase
The Stock Market
Past few years have been outstanding in many ways for the emerging Pakistan's stock markets.
Karachi stock exchange (KSE) index witnessed the all-time high by crossing the 2661 market,
yet deeply plunging back recently, representing erosi
Economic Effects of Immigration In The Uk
Within the past ten years, immigration has tripled in the UK. The rising trend of immigration has
led to a strongly negative perception towards foreigners within the British population.
Economists have a more mode
Economics, Scarcity, and Choice
Economics: is the study of choice under conditions of scarcity
Scarcity: a situation in which the amount of something available is insufficient to satisfy the
desire for it.
- time and purchasing power are scarce
IMPACT OF THE INFORMAL ECONOMY ON DEVELOPMENT
What is Informal economy?
Simply put the informal economy refers to those economic activities that are neither taxed nor
monitored by a government and are therefore not included in that government's Gross Nati
Human resource management
Why Flexibility? Need for Flexibility:
The concept of flexibility has permeated much of current human resources management
thinking, providing justification for recent developments in more flexible and variable working
How Wages are Determined in a Perfectly Competitive Labour Market
As in other markets, the supply and demand of labour determines the
price (wage rate) and the quantity (number of people employed). The
labour market is different from other markets (like t