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The loanable funds model and business borrowing

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The relationship between interest rates and business borrowing is explained through the loanable funds model. However, consumer spending and money supply also influence business expenditures.


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Middle Class Aspirations

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Contrary to what you make have initially thought, this report is not about George and Louise Jefferson. Instead, this report from the Pew Charitable Trusts considers the question, “Why Do Some Americans Leave the Bottom of the Economic Ladder, but Not Moving On UpOthers?” It observes that one of the hallmarks of the American Dream is equal opportunity: the belief that anyone who works hard and plays by the rules can achieve economic success.


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How Is Crime Currently Affecting Our Economy?

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Crime has a much larger negative impact on the economy as a whole than you might think, especially when you start to factor in the indirect effects on businesses and individuals. When you think of crime, you might immediately jump to what you see on TV, such as murder, or a crime that might often take place in a business, such as shoplifting. Although those can be serious crimes, they do not have much effect on the overall economy. Economic crime typically revolves around issues such as fraud, computer crimes, drug-related issues, and tax evasion.


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Crash Course in Economics – Keynesian Economics 101

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I started this blog so I can post about all things to do with money – including personal finance, economics and taxes. I think I have blogged about ad naseum (hahah had to fit a little Latin jargon in there) about taxes and personal finances but very little about economics.


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Bah Humbug! Presents Make No Economic Cents

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! There is nothing quite like the holiday atmosphere and all that it entails. That being said, there is one part of Christmas that I will just never understand – presents.


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Book Review: The Paradox of Choice – Why More is Less

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Choice is something that has always interested me. It is the reason why I started casually studying economics—the study of how people choose. I was always intrigued of when some people are presented with the same choice, some of them take much longer to arrive at a decision than others.


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Canada Keeps Pace With European Wind Energy Efforts | Wind Energy News

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The Europeans have always been in the lead when it comes to adopting the kind of green technology that includes the latest wind farm techniques. Not to be outdone, we’ve kept pace here in Canada.


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Taxing Sunlight?

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This is a political/economic cartoon.


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Investing In The Future Of Wind Energy

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There are always new and exciting things happening in research and development in wind energy. This brief overview shows that entrepreneurs are already investing in the latest technologies.


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Feed-in Tariffs and the Economics of Wind Energy

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FIT, or feed-in tariff, is a worldwide, governmentally funded program that is designed to encourage the growth of renewable energy technologies such as wind energy, and is typically achieved by offering long-term contracts, 20 years in the case the Ontario FIT Program.


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