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Jan 29, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Comparative Analysis of Production Costs and Revenue on the Banana Planting Season in Taiwan

Te-Sheng Lin, Chun-Nan Lin, Ke-Chung Peng
The planting season of crops has always been an important research topic to the revenue. This research aims to use bananas as a case study and use the principle of break-even analysis to explore the issues of profit and loss and market potential of the spring-summer’s bananas and the autumn-winter’s bananas in Taiwan. The secondary data were collected from Council of Ag-riculture, Executive Yuan Taiwan
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Dec 25, 2018Open    AccessArticle

A Kind of Neither Keynesian Nor Neoclassical Model (7): The Cause of the Financial Crisis

Zhan Zhan, Ming’an Zhan
There are two reasons for the financial crisis. One is the spontaneous specula-tion in the capital market. The P/E ratio of the speculative object is much high-er than the ratio of capital to output in the factual economic system. The other is the crisis triggered by the bubble environment. In addition, inflation has a strong inhibitory effect on asset bubbles, and high inflation and asset bubbles will not occur at the same t
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Dec 20, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Profile of Cuban Women Involved in Sex Tourism—A Financial Perspective

Anirban Nandi
With the country’s lack of access to financial resources and wages being low in the formal sector of employment, some women in Cuba have devised sex tourism as the way of survival and fulfilling their family and personal needs. This paper identifies the profile of those Cuban women who are involved in the sex tourism in Cuba and examines how this industry is financially benefiting them. This study follows the method of reviewing o
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Dec 06, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Study on Spatial Structure Dynamic Evolution of Tourism Economic Zone along Wuhan-Guangzhou HSR

Chun Liu
Wuhan-Guangzhou HSR is a passenger line, communication with Wuhan Urban Agglomeration, Changsha-Zhuzhou-Xiangtan Urban Agglomeration and the Pearl River Delta Urban Agglomeration. Wuhan-Guangzhou HSR achieves a bus-based operation, shortens the distance between cities, conducive to economic development, regional tourism. Applying Point Axis theory and Spatial Structure theory, this paper analyzes and contrasts regional economy and
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Aug 10, 2017Open    AccessArticle

The Impact of Financial Development on Economic Growth in Zimbabwe: Comparative Analysis of Stock Markets and Commercial Banks

Lifa Maposa, Francis Mulenga Muma
The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship between financial development—bank and stock market—and economic growth in Zimbabwe. Using data during the period from 2005 to 2013, the study employed a VECM for the short run Controls variables. This offers a possibility of applying VAR in order to use integrated multivariate time series and avoid spurious regression as the interest rates appear to have long run positive i
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May 25, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Events in the Economy

Martin Vlcek
At the time of modeling the Czech macro-economy in the Czech Ministry of finance a non-econometric model was used. Thanks to this it was determined that among some parts of the economic system there exists a communication based upon repeating features—events. Afterward using these events the model was developed with a result to become an important instrument of the department of macroeconomic forecasts in the ministry [1]. At the
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May 25, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Analysis of China’s Trade Relations and Its Impacts on the Guinean Economy

Ly Tibou, Fangmiao Hou
In this paper, we examine China’s trade relations in Africa with particular emphasis on Guinea Republic, West Africa. The study also explores China’s involvement in the Guinean economic sector, its impacts on the Guinean economy and the challenges these trade relations currently face. To attain this goal, we carry out a scientific review of published literature. Using this approach, we observed that China’s trade relations in Guin
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Sep 05, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Potentials of the Groundnut Sector towards Achieving Food Security in Senegal

Ndiaye Georges, Shaoyong Fang, Mukete Beckline, Ye Wu
In this paper, we assess the potentials of the groundnut producing sector in Senegal. The paper also identifies possible strategies to implement in order to fully benefit from this sector and its role in achieving food security. A comprehensive scientific literature review was carried out to ascertain the unexploited potentials of this sector. Using this approach, we found out that several unexploited potentials existed along the
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May 26, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Assessment of the Socia-Economic Benefits of Two Indigenous Fruit Tree: Apple (Gornoaltaiskoje) and Sea Buckthorn (Altaja) to the People of Biger Rural City in Western Region of Mongolia

Gunjargal Balt, Xiaoqian Chen, Suvdantsetseg Balt
The purpose of this research is to assess the socio-economic importance of two indigenous fruit trees of Apple and Sea buckthorn in Biger rural city of Gobi-Altai province, Mongolia. Specifically, the study assesses the contributions of indigenous fruits to household’s cash income and to supply the local fruits demand. This study used a qualitative and quantitative analyzing approach which conducted field survey using semi-structu
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Mar 06, 2015Open    AccessArticle

A Review of “Leading from the Emerging Future”: Any Lesson for Nigerian Leaders?

Victor E. Dike
This article reviews Leading from the Emerging Future  [1] and explores whether or not the political leaders of Nigeria can learn any lesson from it. This book concentrates on practical approach that empowers leaders to shift their mindsets from ego-system awareness to eco-system reality to enable them to transform the extant extractive economic and political institutions that...


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