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Wealth & Poverty

Wealth & Poverty

Wealth & Poverty. High-income nations have highly industrialized economies; technologically advanced industrial, administrative & service occupations; & relatively high levels of per capita income (Examples are Australia, New Zealand, Japan, European nations, Canada and the United States).

By jaden
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KEYNES AND THE BUSINESS CYCLE

KEYNES AND THE BUSINESS CYCLE

KEYNES AND THE BUSINESS CYCLE INTRODUCTION Economic fluctuations before the 19th century Origin in natural disasters Thought of as being outside human control A “business cycle” as a 19th century phenomenon: why? Increasing specialization, division of labor Increasing industrialization

By arleen
(288 views)

The Great Depression (1929-1939)

The Great Depression (1929-1939)

The Great Depression (1929-1939). I) The Market Crashes. Oct. 24, 1929 the NYSE had the greatest one day loss in history. A) The unregulated market allowed people & banks to buy on “margin” B) Increasing gap between rich and poor C) High US tariffs discourage international trade

By victoria
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“Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina”

“Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina”

“Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina”. America. This is a history lesson. It happened in Argentina, it could happen in the U.S.

By Pat_Xavi
(303 views)

Franklin Roosevelt and the New Deal

Franklin Roosevelt and the New Deal

Franklin Roosevelt and the New Deal. - The Great Depression began in 1929 after the stock market crashed. Businesses closed, unemployment rose, and the economy suffered greatly. Hoover’s Policies Failed.

By liam
(266 views)

Abyssinia

Abyssinia

Abyssinia. •   Because of the Great Depression, Italy wanted to build an empire to secure raw materials.    •   Mussolini was a fascist, and wanted to revive the glories of Rome    •   France and Britain needed Mussolini’s support against Hitler (Stresa Pact 1935).

By bernad
(372 views)

Unit 3

Unit 3

Unit 3. 1920 – Prosperity 1930 – Depression 1940 – World War 2 – Repercussions of the War – Canada in the World 1950 -1960 – Technology after the war 1950 -1970 – Social and Cultural Tendencies 1980-2000 – Globalization. Decades of change.

By bernad
(227 views)

Meet Your New Best Friend: The Junior Project

Meet Your New Best Friend: The Junior Project

Meet Your New Best Friend: The Junior Project. . Developing Your Topic. What interests you? Social, political, economics Sports Industrialization President/First Lady War Great Depression Investigate a broad area Narrow into a specific topic. Examples.

By Anita
(195 views)

The Great Depression

The Great Depression

The Great Depression . Fast Five: What do you know about the Great Depression?. Causes of the Great Depression. Income Inequality Stock market crash Debt (Installment buying). Income Inequality. In 1929 21% of families made under $1,000 21% made $1,000 - $5,000 2.3% made over $10,000

By Pat_Xavi
(229 views)

Struggling to Get By (A)

Struggling to Get By (A)

Struggling to Get By (A). People without jobs were often going hungry Bread lines  Sometimes a block long, this was a line in which you could receive free food Soup Kitchens  Private organizations would set these up to give meals to the poor

By Thomas
(195 views)

Consumerism in the US

Consumerism in the US

Consumerism in the US. Akos Rona-Tas. History of Consumerism. Central Paradox: How did the Puritan tradition of thrift and asceticism turn into a culture of spending and materialism? It happened in three waves. The First Wave of Consumerism (1910s-1920s). Mass production

By elina
(568 views)

“Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina”

“Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina”

“Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina”. America. This is a history lesson. It happened in Argentina, it could happen in the U.S.

By daniel_millan
(1319 views)

Chapter 9 Foundations of Economic Globalization

Chapter 9 Foundations of Economic Globalization

Chapter 9 Foundations of Economic Globalization. How did 20 th -Century World Events Shape contemporary Economic Globalization?. Defining Economic Globalization. The spread of trade, transportation, and communication systems around the world in the interest of promoting worldwide commerce

By Lucy
(294 views)

Nationalism around the World

Nationalism around the World

Nationalism around the World. 1919 - 1939. Africa. Middle East. Asia. Latin America. Africa. Black Africans who fought in World War I become more politically active They organize reform movements then call for independence.

By omer
(720 views)

Chapter 16

Chapter 16

Chapter 16. Determinants of the Money Supply. © 2005 Pearson Education Canada Inc. The Simple Deposit Multiplier from Chapter 15. Simple Deposit Multiplier 1  D =   R r Deriving the formula R = DR = r  D 1 D =  R r 1

By dacey
(541 views)

Dorothea Lange

Dorothea Lange

Dorothea Lange. By Brittany Prothero. About Dorothea Lange. Born 1895 Hoboken, New Jersey. She was a photographer. Did most her work during the Great Depression. Died in San Francisco at the age of 70. When Dorothea died. Dorothea died in San Francisco at the age of 70

By draco
(348 views)

Tillie Olsen: I Stand Here Ironing

Tillie Olsen: I Stand Here Ironing

Tillie Olsen: I Stand Here Ironing. THE GREAT DEPRESSION. Great Depression (Video). Monotony. ~ Imagine you are alone in the midst of a simple, repetitive activity, such as a household chore or manual task.  "What happens in your mind as you perform this chore or task?". Pablo Picasso.

By lucian
(257 views)

20 th Century Totalitarianism

20 th Century Totalitarianism

20 th Century Totalitarianism. Communism, Militarism, Fascism, and Nazism. The Stock Market Crash. In 1929, the Wall Street stock market crash ushered in a worldwide financial crisis. The Great Depression. Nation after nation fell victim to: Industrial decline Bank failures

By valterra
(501 views)

Drawbacks of Capitalism

Drawbacks of Capitalism

Drawbacks of Capitalism. encourages incredible risk-taking (boom or bust) emphasis on results often leads governmental leaders to enact laws that have short-term economic benefits (& potential long-term consequences are not factored very heavily)

By zev
(188 views)

Boundless Lecture Slides

Boundless Lecture Slides

Boundless Lecture Slides. Available on the Boundless Teaching Platform. Free to share, print, make copies and changes. Get yours at www.boundless.com. Using Boundless Presentations. Boundless Teaching Platform

By adie
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