Consumerism

Sophie Kinsella, the author of the Confessions of a Shopaholic novels, captured the very essence of consumerism when she wrote that “Shopping is actually very similar to farming a field. You can’t keep buying the same thing you have to have a bit of variety.Otherwise you get bored and stop enjoying yourself.” Consumerism is defined … Read more

Why All Things Golden Exude Luxury 

Crazy Rich Asians is a ground-breaking film which centres on highly elegant and extravagant Chinese and Singaporean lifestyles. Aside from showcasing close family ties, the film digs deeper into the core of these relationships. Primarily moved by the desire to secure a comfortable life for everyone in the family, all members of the clan wish … Read more

The Good and Bad Characteristics of a Baby Boomer

Every individual is unique in his own way. This makes him different from anyone else. Even brothers and sisters differ a lot. But with every person’s distinct characteristics, he should still be able achieve good relationship with other people. Many generations have been in existence for years now. And each generation is identified with certain … Read more

Vitamin C in plant oils

Vitamin C has many benefits for our health, including prevention of common cold, but it is not yet confirmed, with more evidence needed to support such suggestion. However, research studies stated that vitamin C can reduce the severity of common cold’s symptoms, especially nasal discharge, as it gives more support to the nasal blood vessels, … Read more

Relationship between demand of a commodity and its price

The Demand Function: The quantity of each commodity that is demanded by an individual household is affected by five main variables: The price of the commodity The prices of other commodities The income of the household Various ‘sociological’ factors, and The tastes and preference of the house hold. The above list can be conveniently summa¬rised … Read more

An Argument in Favor of NAFTA

Do you support NAFTA? Why or why not? In my opinion NAFTA is a good thing. I think my favorite part of NAFTA is the fact that it was an agreement between developing and developed countries. The reason I find this to be so interesting is because something like this has never existed before where … Read more

The Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries

Economists often cite OPEC as a textbook example of a cartel that cooperates to reduce market competition, but whose consultations are protected by the doctrine of state immunity under international law. However, their influence on international trade is periodically challenged by the expansion of non-OPEC energy sources, and by the recurring temptation for individual OPEC … Read more

A Post-Fordist revolution in the contemporary organisation of work and consumption

Critically assess the extent to which we can speak of a Post-Fordist revolution when exploring the contemporary organization of work and consumption. To a certain extent, we can speak of a post-Fordist revolution when exploring the contemporary organization of work and consumption. However, themes of original Fordism still exist in modern day society. The concept … Read more

The difference between carrier oils and essential oils

So we all know peppermint oil and tea tree oil and macadamia oil but do we know the difference between carrier oils and essential oils and what they can do for our skin? Essential oils come from aromatic plants or botanicals. They are distilled from the leaves, bark, roots and other aromatic parts of the … Read more

Nature of economic reasoning

Definition of economic It is saying economic is the art but in the modern society it is named social science. Considering of economic they will think about how cost and resources are efficient for human being’s unlimited wants. There are micro economic and macro-economic Micro economic concerns the behavior of individuals and firm decision making. … Read more

Critical Movie Analysis about “Capitalism: A Love Story”

“Capitalism: A Love Story” is a documentary widely released to the public in the United States and Canada on October 2, 2009, which was written, produced, and directed by Michael Moore. The documentary tries to address the question: What is the price that America pays for its love of capitalism? Michael Moore makes determined efforts … Read more

Mercantilism definition and history

Mercantilism is an economic policy that believes that trade generates wealth, and the economy is stimulated by the accumulation of profitable balances. It also states that the government should maintain a strong hold over the economy by means of protectionism, meaning that the economy should be protected from foreign competition by taxing imports. This economic … Read more

Essential Oils From Leaves And Bulbs Of Crinum Jagus

Essential oils from leaves and bulbs of Crinum jagus (Th.) D. (Fresh and air dried): Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry analysis, cytotoxic and free radical scavenging activitiesChemical composition and brine shrimp lethality of essential oils from different parts of Crinum jagus (Thompson) Dandy: Comparison between fresh and air-dried of leaves and bulbs. A comparative study of essential … Read more

Contract Costing of Construction Industry

The costing method that is commonly practiced by construction industry is contract costing. Contract costing is a technique that is used to track the cost of a specific contract with a specific customer. When two parties enter into a contract, for example, a construction company enter to a contract with their client, they will have … Read more

The Effect That Material Goods Have On The Happiness In Our Lives

Does minimalism equal happiness “Minimalism is a tool to rid yourself of life’s excess in favor of focusing on what’s important, so you can find happiness, fulfillment, and freedom.” -The MinimalistsIn Graham Hill’s NY Times commentary, Living with Less. A Lot Less, in which he examines the effect that material goods have on the happiness … Read more

A Study on the Supply and Demand for Hatchimals

Supply and Demand: The Case for Hatchimals “Supply and demand” are two of the most well-known words in the subject of economics. Simply put, “supply” is the amount of something that is available, or can be made available, to consumers. “Demand” is how much consumers want or need a product. When there is more supply … Read more

What are Economic Relations?

Economic relations can be defined as the economic interaction among various countries and their effect on global economy The impacts on governments restriction on production, consumption and distribution of income play major role in economic relations of a country with the other Example: India, inspite of being under British colony for more than 200 years … Read more

Channel Management Process

I want to better explain the steps in the channel management process, using real life examples from the store that I work for and its primary supplier. These steps include: analyzing the consumer, establishing channel objectives, specifying distribution tasks, evaluating and selecting intermediaries, and evaluating channel member performance (Hiam, 2007). The first step of the … Read more

Diversity in Focus: Workplace Diversity

“ Global Impact In a rapidly growing globalised economy, workforces that are culturally diverse can help organisations expand their business in global markets. Being able to communicate effectively in different parts of the world is a crucial benefit, as well as knowing how to create relationships and understand the cultural nuances and differences in conducting … Read more

The concept of alienation

The concept of alienation plays a significant role in Marx’s early political writing, especially in the Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts of 1848, but it is rarely mentioned in his later works. This implies that while Marx found alienation useful in investigating certain basic aspects of the development of capitalist society, it is less useful in … Read more

What are Economic Relations?

Economic relations can be defined as the economic interaction among various countries and their effect on global economy The impacts on governments restriction on production, consumption and distribution of income play major role in economic relations of a country with the other Example: India, inspite of being under British colony for more than 200 years … Read more

John D. Rockefeller: Life and Career

Kayla Aston Mrs. Findley AP US History11 January 2017 John D. Rockefeller John D. Rockefeller was born on July 8th, 1839 in Richford, New York. He died on May 23rd, 1937 in Ormond Beach, Florida. Rockefeller married Laura Spelman, with whom he had his two sons; Nelson and John Jr. Also, he took a singular … Read more

Social entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs are someone that founds and venture a small business while acknowledging the risks and rewards of it rather than working as an employee. They are commonly seen as an innovator, a source of fresh ideas, goods and services. Entrepreneurs play an important role in an economy. They are gifted with the skills and drives … Read more

The concept of alienation

The concept of alienation plays a significant role in Marx’s early political writing, especially in the Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts of 1848, but it is rarely mentioned in his later works. This implies that while Marx found alienation useful in investigating certain basic aspects of the development of capitalist society, it is less useful in … Read more