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C/E/1164. Impact of sovereign debt crisis on developing countries: economic and political perspectives

WORDS:
2150
DATE:
2014
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29.99 GBP

The paper looks at the problems of the sovereign debt crisis faced by developing countries discussing the causes of the crisis, the impact of Bretton Woods structures on sovereign debt during the 1980s, the foreign debt of the ‘third world’ during the period from 1970 to 2000, etc. Conceptions of economic development and international relations are reviewed including the Marxist assessment of capitalism, neo-liberal approaches to international trade, etc.

 

KEYWORDS: sovereign debt, crisis, developing countries, economic, political,

 

C/E/1083. Dissertation outline. Evolution of investment banking in emerging markets

WORDS:
760
DATE:
2013
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

The paper offers an outline of the dissertation on the relationship between market efficiency and investment banking performance in developing economies. The objectives of the research are outlined, the sources and topics of the literature review are defined, the methodology is described.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation outline, evolution, investment, banking, emerging, markets,

 

C/B/5604. Technology Transfer in Ethiopia: Challenges and Benefits

WORDS:
7700
DATE:
2013
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79.99 GBP

The paper looks at the knowledge and skills necessary for the transfer and use of foreign and indigenous technologies in Ethiopia. Definitions of technoloy transfer (TT) are provided, literature is reviewed on international TT management and its role in the resolution the African under-development problem. Policies of TT capacity acquisition in Ethiopia are examined evaluating their contribution to the country’s economic development.

 

KEYWORDS: Technology Transfer, Ethiopia,

 

C/E/1035. Proposal. Determinants of Economic Growth in Developing Countries

WORDS:
2000
DATE:
2013
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper proposes to examine factors that affect the growth of the emerging economies. The aim and objectives of the research are outlined, literature is reviewed on the mechanisms stimulating economic growth including foreign direct investments (FDI), international trade, etc. The methodology of the research is described, the schedule of work is indicated.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, Determinant, Economic Growth, Developing Countries, emerging,

 

C/E/1015. Review of “Effective Rural Development Means Knowing What People Need” by Alisa Tang

WORDS:
2150
DATE:
2013
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper addresses the problems of rural development in Papua New Guinea raised in a newspaper article ‘Effective Rural Development Means Knowing What People Need’ by Alisa Tang (2011). The summary of the article and its key ideas are presented, a textual analysis of the article is conducted, the effectiveness of the AT development project in Goroka is evaluated.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Effective Rural Development Means Knowing What People Need, Alisa Tang,

 

C/E/981. Proposal. Cloud Computing as Potential Means to Bridge Digital Divide in Central Africa

WORDS:
2300
DATE:
2013
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper proposes to examine the potential of the cloud computing technology in overcoming the barrier to information communication technology (ICT) access (‘digital divide’) in the developing countries of Central Africa. The background, aims and objectives of the research are detailed, literature is reviewed on the problems of technological capability and ICT development in African countries. The methodology of the proposed research is described, the plan of the dissertation is presented.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, Cloud Computing, Digital Divide, Central Africa: ICT,

 

C/E/979. Role of economic globalization in sustainable development of nations

WORDS:
3050
DATE:
2013
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39.99 GBP

The paper examines the implications of globalization and economic interdependence of nations considering the expansion of the cross-border exchange of goods, services, technology and capital, evaluating the role of international organizations and foreign aid, and presenting arguments in favour and against globalisation with regard to the regulation of foreign businesses, sustainable development of nations and environmental protection.

 

KEYWORDS: economic globalization, sustainable development, nations,

 

C/E/978. Africa's dependency issues under globalisation

WORDS:
680
DATE:
2013
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

The paper looks at the dependency theory applying it to the development of African countries and addressing the issues of Africa’s dependency perspective in the era of globalisation as a supplier of cheap natural resources, agricultural products, labour, etc. The division of international labour is considered in the context of neo-liberalism and political economy.

 

KEYWORDS: Africa, dependency, globalisation,

 

C/E/957. Oil resources: blessing or curse for less developed countries?

WORDS:
3500
DATE:
2012
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

The paper looks at the role of oil and gas resources in less developed economies examining the economic, political and social effects of oil resources at national, regional and local levels. The issues of government control of the oil and gas industry are addressed analysing the impacts of the oil industry on stakeholders, education, training, employment and environment. The experiences of developed and developing nations are compared.

 

KEYWORDS: Oil resources, blessing, curse, less developed countries,

 

C/E/919. Effects of economic crisis on least developed countries of Africa and Asia Pacific

WORDS:
1500
DATE:
2012
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper examines the effects of the recent economic downturn on the least developed countries (LDC) of Africa and Asia Pacific. Negative changes in macroeconomic indicators caused by the crisis are observed including inflation rate, national reserves, governmental budget and perspectives of growth. The influence of the crisis on the banking system of emerging economies is considered.

 

KEYWORDS: economic crisis, least developed countries, LDC, Africa and Asia Pacific,

 

C/E/905. Dissertation outline. Role of computers and information technology in development of BRIC economies

WORDS:
515
DATE:
2012
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

The paper offers an outline of the dissertation on the role of information technology (IT) in the development of the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) economies. Research aim and question are formulated, areas of the literature review are defined, the methodology is described.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation outline, Role of computers, information technology, BRIC economies,

 

C/E/865. Dissertation. Impact of Financial Aid on Economic Development of North African Countries

WORDS:
14400
DATE:
2012
PRICE:
149.99 GBP

The dissertation looks at the growth theories in the context of African countries evaluating the effects of the foreign direct investment (FDI) on North African economies. Literature is reviewed on the types and features of foreign aid, theories of economic growth, FDI in developing countries, etc. The methodology of the research is based on secondary data analysis. A case study of FDI impacts on North African countries is conducted including Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Sudan and Tunisia. Conclusions are made about FDI effects on the economic development of the studied countries.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, Financial Aid, Economic Development, North African Countries, growth, FDI, Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Sudan, Tunisia,

 

C/L/980. Annotated Bibliography. Global Partnership with Developing Countries: Cooperation or Intervention?

WORDS:
1950
DATE:
2012
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper presents an annotated bibliography for a dissertation entitled “Global Partnership with the Economies of Developing Countries: Cooperation or Intervention?” selected in answer to the main research questions, i.e. the growth rates in the developing countries (DC) over the last decade, the effects of foreign investment in developing countries, the role of WTO in promoting DC interests, the impacts of globalisation on DC, etc.

 

KEYWORDS: Global Partnership, Developing Countries, Cooperation or Intervention, Annotated Bibliography, foreign investment, WTO,

 

C/E/862. Proposal. Role of Central Bank in Developing Economy

WORDS:
1750
DATE:
2012
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper proposes to examine the role of the central bank in a developing economy formulating the questions of the research, providing an outline of the dissertation, describing proposed methodology, indicating the timeframe of work and evaluating prospective contribution of the research in the field of economic studies.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, Central Bank, Developing Economy,

 

C/E/845. Debt cancellation and development of global South

WORDS:
2050
DATE:
2012
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper looks at the possible methods of resolving the present debt crisis in the countries of the global South examining whether debt cancellation can contribute to their economic development, and whether debt in the global South could be combated through international economic institutions, i.e. the International Monetary Fund (IMF) or World Bank.

 

KEYWORDS: Debt cancellation, global South,

 

C/E/808. Unconditional debt relief frees funds to be diverted by government and officials who “steal the wealth”. Discuss

WORDS:
3900
DATE:
2011
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39.99 GBP

The paper examines economic and political implication of the increasing debt associated with the loans provided to African countries. The concept of the ‘unjust debt’ is discussed, the policies of the World Bank and IMF are considered arguing the effectiveness of the HIPC Initiative (Heavily Indebted Poor Countries) and debt cancellation.

 

KEYWORDS: debt relief, HIPC Initiative, poor countries,

 

C/T/189. Potential contribution of tourism to poverty alleviation in developing countries

WORDS:
2850
DATE:
2011
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper looks at the problem of poverty in developing countries and the role of tourism in its alleviation. Definitions of poverty and tourism are reviewed, the concept of pro-poor tourism is explained, potentials and failures of pro-poor tourism are outlined.

 

KEYWORDS: Tourism, poverty alleviation, developing countries, pro-poor tourism,

 

C/M/2391. Proposal. Barriers to International e-marketing in developing countries

WORDS:
2550
DATE:
2011
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper proposes research into the barriers to international e-marketing within developing countries. Research objectives and questions are formulated, the background and rationale of the research are presented, literature is reviewed on the factors that affect e-marketing strategies in the developing countries, research methodology is described, its ethical issues are addressed.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, International e-marketing, developing countries,

 

C/E/796. Proposal. Challenges and benefits of WTO to textile industries of developing countries

WORDS:
1200
DATE:
2011
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper proposes research into the threats and benefits provided to developing countries by WTO with regard to textile industries. The aims of the research are formulated, its background and methodology are described, the timescale of work is indicated, the limitations and outcomes of the research are considered.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, challenges and benefits, WTO, textile industries, developing countries,

 

C/E/771. Proposal. Public Spending Strategies and Economic Growth in Developing Countries

WORDS:
1950
DATE:
2011
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper proposes to investigate economic and non-economic factors that influence the country’s growth considering the reasons for economic growth variations between developed and developing countries and identifying the significance of government interventions. The questions of the research are formulated, literature on the growth theory is briefly reviewed, the methodology of the proposed research is described, its limitations are indicated.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, public spending, economic growth, developing countries,

 

C/T/183. Role of tourism in alleviation of poverty in developing countries

WORDS:
2500
DATE:
2011
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper looks at the potential contribution of tourism to the reduction of poverty in developing countries. Trends in International tourism are reviewed, approaches to poverty alleviation via tourism are described, the causes of problems related to tourism development are identified.

 

KEYWORDS: Pro-poor tourism, poverty, developing countries,

 

S/E/288. Why does world poverty, hunger and inequality exist?

WORDS:
2000
DATE:
2009
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

This paper presents an outline for a presentation that aims to examine why world poverty, hunger and inequality exists. The methodology the study aims to follow is then examined, and the topic is introduced. The topics that the presentation will focus on are identified in detail these include poverty, United Nations (UN), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank (WB), and the World Trade Organisation (WTO). Issues like bio fuel, debt and aid are also outlined. The conclusions the group come to are assessed, and the paper presents print outs of the proposed presentation slides. The literature that is to be used is reviewed in detail.

 

KEYWORDS: Presentation, poverty, hunger, inequality, United Nations, UN, the International Monetary Fund, IMF, the World Bank, WB, World Trade Organisation, WTO, Bio oil, debt, aid,

 

S/E/274. Impacts of rural-urban migration and growing informal sector on economies of developing countries

WORDS:
2600
DATE:
2011
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper examines whether the high rates of migration from rural to urban areas and the fast growth of the informal sector in developing countries are signs of failure or success. Possible causes of rural-urban migration are explored, positive and negative effects of rural-urban migration are highlighted.

 

KEYWORDS: rural-urban migration, developing countries,

 

S/E/272. Should economic liberalisation be part of a policy package aiming at reducing poverty and stimulating economic growth?

WORDS:
4450
DATE:
2011
PRICE:
49.99 GBP

The paper looks at the advantages and disadvantages of foreign capital flows for developing countries analysing the outcomes of foreign direct investment (FDI) in Latin America, discussing costs and benefits of economic liberalisation with regard to trade, evaluating the policy of import substituting industrialisation (ISI) as a strategy to reduce foreign dependency through local production, assessing the policy of the World Bank in East Asia, etc.

 

KEYWORDS: economic liberalisation, economic growth, capital flows, FDI, import substituting industrialisation, foreign dependency,

 

C/E/691. Import Substitution Vs Export Promotion as Development Strategy for Least Developed Countries

WORDS:
2250
DATE:
2011
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper looks at the reasons behind economic distortions in least developed countries (LDC) reviewing the theory of strategic trade and arguing whether protectionist policies of European countries help LDC to develop their economies. Trade protection is compared with import substitution and export promotion policies, the influence of WTO on LDC is discussed.

 

KEYWORDS: Import Substitution, Export Promotion, Least Developed Countries, LDC, WTO,