Economic Concepts and Reciprocity Treaty Descriptive Essay by Top Papers

Economic Concepts and Reciprocity Treaty
A look at several economic concepts.
# 131319 | 750 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Economics (General)

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This papers defines economic concepts such as the Gini Coefficient, Sustainable Yield, and Backward Linkage. Although a general definition of each term is given, they are analyzed in the context of Canada's economic development. Specific examples and sectors are explored so that an accurate illustration of Canada's economic history can be identified.

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"The Gini coefficient is a measure of inequality with values between zero (perfect equality) and one (perfect inequality). The Gini coefficient usually measures the inequality of income distribution within a country. However, there are other uses such as wealth measurement or other discriminatory indices. The Gini coefficient in Canada is fairly stable and is over .40 for market income and .30 for after tax-income. This is higher income inequality in comparison to developed European nations. How has Canada, used this shape..."

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