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Anthony Kemp's D-Day and the Invasion of Normandy

This historical text is reviewed in three pages. There are no other sources listed.... ...

An Examination of the Economy In Depth

In twelve pages indicators and charts are employed in this examination of the economy that includes unemployment rates, GDP, CPI, ... ...

Valuation of Gold

In ten pages this paper examines gold's valuation in an investment recomendation that takes into consideration such important econ... ...

Economics and Fundamental Inflationary Tendencies

In seven pages this report discusses economic theory and practice in terms of the considerable influence wielded by inflationary t... ...

John F. Kennedy and 1963's US Economy

In four pages this paper considers the Kennedy administration's approaches to the American economy with the year 1963 the primary ... ...

Thailand's Economy

In eight pages this research paper examines Thailand's economy in a consideration of its problems and current position. Ten sourc... ...

New Regulations and the FASB

In nine pages this paper examines the FASB and how changes in business practices has meant changes and reforms to accounting proce... ...

Overview of Interstate Banking

This paper consists of eight pages and discusses interstate banking implementations, its pros and cons, and reasons for doing bank... ...

4 Articles on REIT

In five pages this paper analyzes four real estate investment trusts articles. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.... ...

Management of Exchange Rates

In nine pages this research paper considers the management of exchange rates and includes such relevant issues as rate options, fo... ...

Keynesian Economics and Farming

In three pages this essay considers how farming policies should receive budgetary surplus because it cannot adequately respond to ... ...