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The Post American World Quiz #1 February 17, 2010
Question 1 Zakaria argues that the fundamental cause of the financial crash of 2008 was a. Greed b. Fear c. Success d. Debt
Question 2 What, at least at some level, is at the heart of the whole problem? a. War b. Debt c. Bush’s economic policies d. Globalization
Question 3 The rise of the rest is best seen in the case of a. Brazil b. Japan c. China d. European Union
Question 4 The IMF estimated that what percent of global growth will come from emerging markets in 2009? a. 70% b. 80% c. 90% d. 100%
Question 5 Which country is the largest democracy on earth? a. China b. India c. The United States d. Germany
The Interwar Period
Is Asia the next growth engine? Probably, but not if rest of world doesn’t help. One region drags others down, e.g., euro banking problems. IMF: Growth.
World population: 6.7 billion Global Prevalence Patients per million population (p.m.p.) Global View of ESRD Patients World population 1.2% ESRD~ 7% Haemodialysis7-8%
Section 1: The Postwar Era Section 2: Postwar Prosperity Crumbles
Economic Growth and Globalization since 1850
Economics 434 Financial Markets Professor Burton University of Virginia Fall 2011.
1 The Selling of America? The Outsourcing Dilemma.
TOURISM IS THE BIGGEST INDUSTRY IN THE WORLD! BIGGER THAN AUTOMOBILES, DEFENCE, AGRO AND MANUFACTURING.
The European Union THE EUROPEAN UNION Where in the world is the European Union?
Aim: To identify global patterns and trends in oil consumption.
Andrew Sentence CBE Senior Economic Advisor, PwC ECONOMIC INSIGHT.
Introduction Advent of ICT Increased integration of market Mobility of people for job and vacation Reach of satellite channels Internet Global Village.
The Global Economic Environment
OPEC – a cartel of countries that join together to make decisions regarding the supply of oil in the world market GDP – the dollar market value of.
Globalism Chapter 22.2.
1 Sovereign Credit Risk: Changing Fundamentals Fixed Income Forum March 25, 2010 Manmohan S. Kumar Assistant Director Fiscal Affairs Department International.
ENERGY INDUSTRY FUNDAMENTALS: MODULE 3, UNIT C— Overview of Emerging and Alternative Generation Technologies.
GLOBAL ECONOMIC ORGANIZATIONS Organizations Promoting Internationalism.
The World Economic & Financial System: Risks & Prospects Prof. Jacob A. Frenkel Chairman JPMorgan Chase International & Chairman Group of Thirty (G30)
Developed vs. Developing Countries: What you need to know for the quiz.
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