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    it's undergraduate level.

    btw, keynes was 6'6", so you can easily predict the result of such fight.
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    Yeah it is undergraduate level, if anyone help I will be very greatfull.

    thx in advance
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    may i be granted the privelidge of internship, in your highly esteemed establishment? (i want in )
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    Check the first post and follow the link to apply. You can get the my societies icon then.
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    Why are the European countries and America rich? They have higher incomes and higher living standards but why?
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    Because they exploit third world countries
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    That is true of european countries. They are rich because of the colonies they established. But how did America become so rich? They didn't have so many colonies. Possibly because of the huge area of land they had.
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    Thanks for the rep Nuheen:gthumb:
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    Because America kick ass, have drive, a hi-tech army and have mastered the arts of education and diplomacy.

    Edit - slave labour probably helped as well, as did geography and the fact that Britain clearly did an excellent job establishing it as a colony.
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    New Debate Topic

    Globalisation, good or bad? (considering both developed countries and developing countries)

    Related links:
    1. http://www.globalisationguide.org/index.htm
    2. http://www.globalisationinstitute.org/
    3. http://www.globalisationinstitute.or...e-20050806516/
    4. http://www.economist.com/surveys/dis...tory_id=795995


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    Link Update

    http://etext.library.adelaide.edu.au...64w/intro.html - The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith (A must read for any economics student)
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    http://etext.library.adelaide.edu.au...64w/index.html -how about the whole book

    nice one btw
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    That is the contents page. If you follow the link I gave you will go to the introduction. The link to the contents at the bottom of the page.
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    Reading Wealth of Nations was a pain in the arse. He took so so so long to say so very little. Admittedly it was groundbreaking at the time but it's all pretty obvious now. All should be made to read it though. It illustrates how far we've come.

    Dear god, how can a man use "stock" so many times! Didn't help that there were about 18 definitions at the time of his writing.
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    :rofl: It was written in 1776 or something like that, so it can be excused.
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    can i join? doing A-level next year, hope to do management at uni and work in IB or something :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by R.J.A)
    can i join? doing A-level next year, hope to do management at uni and work in IB or something :rolleyes:
    Then don't do management. Now E&M at Oxford is a different story but anyway....
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    What do you mean by "they don't do management"? I have never read that in any threads on the careers forum...
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    It's not respected compared to other degrees. That's all I meant.
 
 
 
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