Category Archives: Economics

The Rise Of The Baltics – Home To The Most Active Entrepreneurs In Europe

The Baltic nations of Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia were some of the hardest hit during the global financial crisis. The region suffered from both economic and political crises that shattered their once booming economy. Faced with few prospects and high rates of unemployment, the Baltic people have taken matters into their own hands and have […]

5 Ways that Global Monopolies Can Damage Human Existence

Monopolies have been made illegal in the United States as it destroys any chance for competition and creates dependence upon a particular company for goods and services. Throughout the years, monopolies of varying degrees have been attempted and challenged. However, the damage that can be wrought on a global scale is much different than what […]

Global financial & economic crisis in 2011

The financial crisis in late 2000, sometimes referred to as the Credit Crunch or the Global Financial Crisis, is generally considered by many economists to be the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s. The financial meltdown resulted in the collapse of super Financial institutions with power status, the bailout of mega-banks […]

SME Lending : A Growth Strategy

SME lending in India has been a neglected target market since the independence. Though, government tried to propagate SME lending using regulations and incentives, however, somehow beneficial impact was never visible and SME lending always remained a poor cousin to other activities of lending institutions. It needs to be initially identified what the current constraints […]

Impact of Economic recession on Chinese energy markets

The energy sources of China are extremely rich in natural gas and coal, but relatively sources are lower in petroleum. Thus, today China is over increasingly getting more an more dependent on coal, which accounts for 68.7% of total energy that is consumed in the country.On the positive side, the renewable energy segment has increased […]

United States’ Strategic Sourcing Initiative using e-Governance

USA, the largest economy in the world is facing a fiscal crisis, even now. Ever since 2003, its major economy bearer states like California, there was a major projected budget deficit. The Government took adequate care to approach the problem and to tackle the imminent crisis, but even though the black ages are gone, the […]

Negative Elasticity of Money

Most people are aware of Price Elasticity of Demand, even if they don’t know the term. The logic is simple, if you raise the price of your product I won’t buy your product. This is however not the case with some special kinds of products. I will classify these products whose consumption increase in case […]

The way ahead for Indian sports-Public Private Partnerships

There are certain factors external to the performance of sports-persons which defines the performance of a country in an international sports meet. According to the study, it is poor social mobility because of poor infrastructure that leads to poor performance at the Olympics. It cites the example of Portugal where improvement in radio communication supposedly […]