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Inflation Targeting in the United Kingdom
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A comparative Analysis of the post-war era of m...
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Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2019 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Globalization, Political Economics, grade: 100, , course: Political Economics, language: English, abstract: This article made comparison between 'embedded liberalism' and 'neoliberalism'. The article also traced the basis for the shift from 'embedded liberalism' to the emergence of 'neoliberalism'. In order for the government to intervene in economic policies matters; democracy was the driving force for the spread of embedded liberalism. Macroeconomics was introduced by the government of advanced economies to address three critical areas of the economic policies, namely: inflation, market output, and unemployment. The other aspect of this period was to win the cold war and to empower the United States as the global hegemon. The departure from embedded liberalism to neoliberalism in 1971 was due to domestic economic pressure of the US. President Nixon's administration ended the 'convertibility of the dollar into gold' policy regime. The government had to float the dollar in the international market allowing market forces to determine the value of the dollar currency. The administration of Reagan and Thatcher institutionalised 'neoliberalism' as an alternative to 'embedded liberalism'. The adoption of 'neoliberalism' led both administrations to implement monetary policies which led to stripping labour from further threatening the economies of the United States and the United Kingdom with inflation. The overall implications were increased profits for capitalists or entrepreneurs as against employees of the labour market. The analysis revealed that there was an increased unemployment rate due to high-interest rates and deliberate policies to encourage recession in order to forestall inflation.

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A comparative Analysis of the post-war era of m...
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Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2019 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Globalization, Political Economics, grade: 100, , course: Political Economics, language: English, abstract: This article made comparison between 'embedded liberalism' and 'neoliberalism'. The article also traced the basis for the shift from 'embedded liberalism' to the emergence of 'neoliberalism'. In order for the government to intervene in economic policies matters; democracy was the driving force for the spread of embedded liberalism. Macroeconomics was introduced by the government of advanced economies to address three critical areas of the economic policies, namely: inflation, market output, and unemployment. The other aspect of this period was to win the cold war and to empower the United States as the global hegemon. The departure from embedded liberalism to neoliberalism in 1971 was due to domestic economic pressure of the US. President Nixon's administration ended the 'convertibility of the dollar into gold' policy regime. The government had to float the dollar in the international market allowing market forces to determine the value of the dollar currency. The administration of Reagan and Thatcher institutionalised 'neoliberalism' as an alternative to 'embedded liberalism'. The adoption of 'neoliberalism' led both administrations to implement monetary policies which led to stripping labour from further threatening the economies of the United States and the United Kingdom with inflation. The overall implications were increased profits for capitalists or entrepreneurs as against employees of the labour market. The analysis revealed that there was an increased unemployment rate due to high-interest rates and deliberate policies to encourage recession in order to forestall inflation.

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Falklands War: A History from Beginning to End ...
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Discover the remarkable history of the Falklands War...The Falklands War, which erupted in 1982, was a conflict between the United Kingdom and the Republic of Argentina over sovereignty of the Falklands, a group of largely uninhabited islands in the South Atlantic. The islands had under two thousand inhabitants and little particular strategic or commercial importance when they became the object of the war. Still, disputes over whether these islands belonged to Great Britain or Argentina had been underway for many years. During negotiations in the late 1970s, Britain seemed willing to consider transferring the sovereignty of the islands to Argentina. Continuing lobbying by the islanders themselves, however, prevented this from happening.In Argentina, the brutal rule of a military dictatorship was tottering under rising unemployment, massive inflation, and popular unrest. A short, successful war seemed like the perfect way to bolster the popularity of the military junta. After all, it seemed very unlikely that Britain would actually go to war over a few small islands eight thousand miles away.To the surprise of almost everyone, that is precisely what happened. Within three days of the Argentine invasion, a British naval task force was on its way to the South Atlantic. This would be the first conflict in which Britain had been involved since the Korean War and the first conflict in which British warships were sunk since World War II. For many British people, this was their first experience of war.The Falklands War lasted just over 74 days, but it claimed the lives of hundreds of soldiers, sailors, and airmen. This is the story of that war.Discover a plethora of topics such as:Prelude to WarOperation RosarioThe British ResponseThe War BeginsThe Battle for San Carlos WaterThe Recapture of StanleyAnd much more!So if you want a concise and informative 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jason Zenobia. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/215134/bk_acx0_215134_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Inflation Targeting in the United Kingdom
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Inflation Targeting in the United Kingdom ab 48 EURO Theoretical and practical aspects

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