Asked in Economics
Unequal distribution of wealth leads to what kind of economy?
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Asked in Philosophy and Philosophers
How do countries respond to the unequal distribution of resorces?
Asked in History of the Middle East
Why is water important to the middle east?
It allows people to use it for irrigation, farming, drinking, or to locate oil. There is an abundance of water in the middle east but there is an unequal distribution of it. Unequal distribution leads to conflict between countries. This is a much better answer than the last one.... Trust me... It said "cause it is". HOW STUPID lol. Hope this helps... BTW TYPE IN CHRISTIANITY IS.... ON GOOGLE IF YOU ARE CHRISTIAN......NOT GOOD...........
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Asked in History, Politics & Society
Do policies create unequal distribution of resources?
Any government will have redistibution of wealth and resources as one of its main policies. It takes away money from companies and individuals through taxes and gives it to other companies and individuals through government contracts, subsidies, welfare and foreign aid. Whether this leads to ´unequal´ distribution is mostly a matter of perspective. Money spent by a country on defence or welfare might at the same time be considered as extravagant by some and as totally insufficient by others. There will be only consensus on this in extreme cases where government policies only favor a small group of already very rich people while keeping a great majority in poverty.
Asked in History of the United States
What is a part of the American Dream that is undermined in The Great Gatsby?
Asked in Economics, Mexico
How might democratic reforms and improved trade agreement contribute to a stronger economy in Mexico?
Asked in Sociology
How does tsunamis affect the people?
1. makes people loose their loved ones and that loose of life of many people leads to reduction in population which also has its major side effects. 2. leads to destruction of property thus leading to lack of jobs,homes,food,schools,hospitals and even roads which affects a country's infrastructure. 3. leads to pyschological/mental disturbances of human beings which later affects the growing of a country. 4. leads to unequal distribution of resources and therefore can cause crimes such as robbery,murder,prostituion etc
Asked in Economics
Why is it necessary to come up with theories to explain what happens in the economy?
Most people are affected by the state of the economy, often quite seriously. A bad economy leads to unemployment, poverty, and in extreme cases, even starvation and death. A good economy leads to prosperity and happiness. So we have good reason to want a healthy economy. And in order to maintain economic health, we need to understand how our economy works.
What are the adverse effects of communal disharmony on the social fabric and economy of our country?
Asked in South Africa, Africa
How does exchange rates depreciation affect the south African economy?
Asked in Meteorology and Weather, Tornadoes
How does unequal heating relate to the formation of tornadoes?
Asked in Social Sciences, Population
Is overpopulation a problem?
yes it is!! it would affect the economic growth of country. poverty problem also arises.resources available are limited but the users of it are more so leads to unequal distribution among the people. Further answer The word 'overpopulation' itself is the answer to your question because it means 'populated more than is suitable'. Otherwise it would just be 'populated'.
Asked in Capitalism
Capitalism is unfair?
Capitalism is a system driven by private ownership of means of production. This leads to a system in which an entire nation's populace is driven by the desire to make profits and accumulate wealth. A true capitalist system is a free market economy with NO interference from any governing body. Many people view this system as unfair because, once a bit of wealth is accumulated or inherited, it becomes easier to accumulate more wealth. However, it is exceptionally rare and nearly impossible for someone who has very little wealth to accumulate any, hence the saying "you need money to make money". This leads to the concentration of most of a nation's wealth among a tiny percentage of the population, with the vast majority of a nation's population sharing the rest. Without some form of interference from the government or the formation of powerful worker's unions, capitalism inevitably leads to the concentration of power among the few, and the exploitation of the many. This is why a capitalist economic system can be seen as "unfair".
Asked in Economics, Inflation
What are the effects of inflation on distribution of income and on the balance of payment?
Asked in Economics, Micro Economics
How do savings and investments influence economic growth and prosperity?
They promote economic growth by adding money into the economy, which is then spent on goods and services. That leads to greater availability of funds to lend, which leads to lower interest rates, which leads to greater borrowing for business investment, which leads to business expansion, which leads to more employment, which leads to economic growth.
Asked in Business Law
Are the homes offered by Optima wealth solutions overpriced?
Asked in Home & Garden, Colonial America
What were the disadvantages of an economy based on one or two cash crops?
Asked in Europe, Imperialism
What were the main reasons Europe wanted to colonize the rest of the world?
Asked in Economics, Sociology
What are the harmful effects of a large population in relation to the economy?
Asked in Economics
What is an agricultural-based economy?
An agricultural-based economy is an economy in which everything starts with how well agriculture in that society is. Such as in the Ancient Mesopotamian society in which a surplus caused by agriculture led to job specialization, which in turn led to more manufacturing, which led to more trade, which would then lead to a richer economy. But if the farming is not producing enough food, then more workers will have to work in agriculture which leads to less manufacturing/specialized jobs, which in turn leads to less trade, and then a poor-er economy.