Category Archives: Economics

Global Market Opportunity In The Olive Oil Industry: The Case Of Baser Food

Section I: The Growth, Development and Structure of the Global Olive Oil Market and Baser’s SWOT Analysis.    3 1.0 Executive Summary    3 2.0 The growth, development and structure of the global olive oil market    4 2.1 An Overview of the selected Uppsala Internationalization market    4 Based on the above theoretical and operational levels, the olive […]

Megatrends in Geopolitics

There are major changes that have been taking recently, which have led to major changes in the geopolitical landscape over the last two decades. The recent global financial crisis and the September 11, 2001 attack on the US have led to “changes in the normal procedure of international politics and economy” (National Intelligence Council, 2013). […]


One outstanding feature about the United Arab Emirates is its workforce demographic composition and the region’s striking disparities in the working conditions of imported laborers. Generally, most of the United Arab Emirates government’s laborers comprise locals Emiratis, while foreign immigrants overwhelmingly dominate various sectors including the private spheres. The region’s workforce has no minimum wage. […]

Effects of Globalization in the Middle East and Islam

There are a lot of definitions that have been ascribed to globalization. These definitions have a common base; that is the connectivity among different nations. The word globalization is coined from the word global that implies world over. Thus globalization is the interaction and the integration of people, governments, companies through increased accessibility and availability […]

Effect of Globalization on Canada

The environment is an intercool part of the economy. Any future examination of Canada’s prospects within globalization will be skewed when there is no more cheap oil. The toaster from China will no longer make any sense. The fact is that we are relying on burning oil at 3 times the carbon footprints in the […]

Political Science: Interrelationship between politics, policy, and government

   Interrelationship between politics, policy, and government The term government is used to underline the institutions involved in the making of authoritative public policies on behalf of the entire society. Politics is an ambiguous term that, according to Harold Lasswell, may be defined as “who gets what, when and how” (Caramani, 2008). In this case, […]

Innovation in Large versus small firms compared

Joseph Schumpeter argued that innovation increased more than proportionately with firm size. The R&D funding of the firms is greatly influenced by the transaction cost of information transfer. To fund large scale innovation processes small firms have to seek external funding from financial institutions. However, due to the high degree of uncertainty, these financial institutions […]

Economic Effect of Off-Shoring by U.S. Multinational Corporations

Off-shoring is an inescapable feature of the economy of the US. The process of off-shoring involves the highly beneficial practice of outsourcing or shifting parts of or the entire production process to a different country with the aim of selling the same products in the home country. Corporations are often driven to engage in this […]

Ethical Controversies behind the Carbon Trading Mechanism: Business Ethics

Carbon trading had the potential to act as a source of social inequality Carbon trading would eventually create a new means of forming divisions among the workers in an industry. Workers will begin to oppose climatic policies calling out for social justice, due to changes in wages, benefits, jobs, and work conditions. In this regard, […]