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Ireland- http://www.heritage.org/index/country/ireland India - http://www.heritage.org/index/country/india China - http://www.heritage.org/index/country/china These should help make your case.
Thank you I couldnt find a source... Um it says to document the source.. Do you know what that means?
Do I just post the link under my argument?
Do you know how to cite links and books? If not here - https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CB4QFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.citationmachine.net%2F&ei=2mqVVYHgEsK6ogSIm7ywAQ&usg=AFQjCNEmNx_KBQ58CtDbvALM0Y5D-lO5UA&sig2=fgkTFPnWSRkv0-k7X9sSjQ&bvm=bv.96952980,d.aWw
Do I need to teach you how to cite or do you got it? :3
I know how to cite.. I just didnt know if it was done in a different way. Thank you
Nah, unless your directions say otherwise. I don't want to sound like I'm talking down to you, but you'd be amazed how many schools don't teach how to cite. Good luck on your paper! :D
Mine didn't, I had to learn from family.
Oh true. I learned in middle school. If I have any other questions ill tag or message you!
Alright, take care! :)
Um maybe Im missing something but where in the links does it describe the economic policies?? Remember that policies that increase economic growth include creating incentives, eliminating disincentives (taxes are included here), encouraging saving, encouraging research and development, investing in education, and expanding trade. There may be others.
@Mr.Z can you help destiny
Okay, so what specifically do you need? All 3 or did you pick 2?
I just have to do 2 of them.. I was going to go with China and India but it really doesn't matter to me
I'm back, sorry A friend needed me in the English area. Let's do Ireland and China. Did you try the "LIMITED GOVERNMENT" section?
At the top you should see "open markets" that should help. Compare the 2 nations trades over the years. Is that what you're looking for or am I missing the point?
Its okay.. Okay.
A nations trade is heavily tied to his economy. There's also its domestic economy; taxes, agricultural, transport, education, etc. Is this helping at all?
Im suppose to find two sources that describe economic policies of one of the countries over the last decade. Then using the information I have to make an economic argument as to why the policies would result in faster economic growth.
Im trying to follow but im getting a bit lost.
That's tricky. Let me see what I can do.
Okay thank you
http://www.economicshelp.org/blog/7344/economics/irish-economy-summary/ - Ireland's economy. Okay, so you need to make a case WHY it's doing so well or just to compare it?
I just have to make an economic argument as to "why the policies would result in faster economic growth."
Ah, NOW I get it. Okay, this I can work with.
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=3&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CCsQFjAC&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.theguardian.com%2Fworld%2F2014%2Fsep%2F18%2Fireland-economy-growth-european-union&ei=uXqVVZmYJNDmoATYrK-YBg&usg=AFQjCNHu54WrLOTZaWFhKrCZWtBi9WiRFQ&sig2=hn0ioLY-mfR43Ce2qJjp_g&bvm=bv.96952980,d.aWw - "Ireland's economy fastest growing in European Union" https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=4&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CDQQFjAD&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.forbes.com%2Fsites%2Fkurtbadenhausen%2F2013%2F12%2F04%2Fireland-heads-forbes-list-of-the-best-countries-for-business%2F&ei=uXqVVZmYJNDmoATYrK-YBg&usg=AFQjCNFRibP6UUxrRHP89lU5Ypfls4mEhg&sig2=AnMF7vVNfngzQaX50oBacQ - Ireland on list for highest economy https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=9&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CFoQFjAI&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.imf.org%2Fexternal%2Fpubs%2Fft%2Fsurvey%2Fso%2F2013%2Fcar121913a.htm&ei=uXqVVZmYJNDmoATYrK-YBg&usg=AFQjCNHFK26QDB7tf1xUTIR_-oj3qalBFw&sig2=YbY-mqo5n2Bs7xWHZ27kqg
The last one is a survey.
Okay. Reading them now
im reading them too ill help you out destiny :)
if those don't help your case I have other sources, but I figured you didn't want me to go crazy.
Second link I found this "Ireland ranks near the very top for low tax burden, investor protection and personal freedom."
well reply if we need some more help , lol we dont want you going crazy.
Honestly anything you have can help me
true ^ so far thanks Mr.z :)
No problem at all. :3
A few years ago the European government and the International Monetary Fund gave Ireland a $113 billion bailout to assist Ireland in its need and back the Irish banking system. The Irish did not receive this loan until after the Great Recession hit and devastated the Irish economy. Even after this happened Ireland is ranked near the top for its low tax incentives. Since its tax incentives are low for its people, instead of paying high taxes they can invest their money into …
On the fiscal side, budget consolidation started even before the program. Over 2009–13, the structural primary deficit has been reduced by about 10 percentage points of GDP. This consolidation has been achieved in a pragmatic way with a good balance of spending and revenue measures and with due regard to fairness. As a result of this adjustment, Ireland should be able to achieve a primary balance in 2014 and government debt should soon be on a declining path
Well, why am I here again? xD See you've got it.
Yeah she's very helpful and smart
Since its tax incentives are low for its people, instead of paying high taxes they can invest their money into … Into what???? :/
companies/corporations, stocks and bonds, purchasing more goods and services. ?? @Mr.Z
Well duh. Wealthy citizens can invest in all that after they've paid their dues I.E Taxes, bills, personal expenses. So yes, you're on the right path. So how WOULD this IMPROVE an economy?
Money circulating in an economy could improve it in theory.
Um-- If the government gives a tax cut they'll still have to make up the budget shortfall somehow, by selling more bonds to the citizens (who happen to be the same people getting the tax cut) or foreigners (who will raise the money by selling the Irish more of their goods and services, or buying less of theirs).
So now what happens?
One of two things, either growth or decline. Work the evidence you have from the sites to support that Ireland's debauchery led to growth or China or India. All of these countries you'll find have hit it hard in the past few years. Unless your teacher is going to try and counter you, just work the parts of the past that led to growth.
I meant decades.
All I really found was the tax thing.. I really don't get this.
It doesn't have to be factual, it has to make sense. If the evidence of your case says one these countries has had economic - example in 2005 India (not true, just roll with it) - then use that. Ignore all the other stuff. Just fit things that agree with your point.
I think I get what your saying but I dont see the answer to this question.. All I found was the tax thing. Which doesn't really seem like it would improve the economy in Ireland
Okay, let me give you more sources. Give me a minute or two.
Sorry about this
Nah, it's fine. :3
Ireland Economic Boom - http://www.oecdobserver.org/news/archivestory.php/aid/164/Ireland_s_economic_boom:_the_true_causes.html This should help. I'll be back in a bit with more resources. 20 tops.
It gave a lot of information but it didn't say which one was the main reason for the economic growth..
I found this on a different site " A number of factors (including favourable demographics, a well-educated workforce, high productivity and a business-friendly environment, with low corporate tax rates) enabled Ireland to position itself well as a gateway to EU markets, particularly for US foreign direct investment (FDI)."
I'm back. Good, the more resources the better.
The Irish economy has changed a number of factors to improve their economic growth such as, a well-educated workforce, high productivity and business-friendly environment, with low corporate tax rates. These have resulted in faster economic growth,
I just want to complete this. Ive spent way to much time on it. I still have 2 essays to do and a test.
That's fantastic, roll with what you said before. I think you're set for now. :3
Okay thank you! Im closing this question. Hopefully I wont need to message you with any questions.
Alright, good luck!