Essays on Causes, Consequences and Cure of Economic Financial Crisis Assignment

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The paper “ Causes, Consequences and Cure of Economic Financial Crisis” is an impressive example of a business assignment. The current financial crisis has been well documented in the press, however, there will be an absence of up-to-date academic literature charting its causes and consequences, and we have yet to see what contributes most effectively to its cure (Jeff 2009). Previous economic crises may provide academic literature that we can learn from. This paper reviews the emerging literature on the current crisis. It also verifies what we can learn from previous financial crises and whether this is applicable to the current crisis. LITERATURE REVIEWThe topic for my literature review was on causes, consequences, and cure of economic-financial crises.

To search for a high-quality paper around the field of literature, I used many university databases, online libraries, and googleschorlar. com, however, online libraries were better and useful for me. I felt that online libraries have literature that is more complete and can get me more information regarding the topic in respective books. I used the book’ s abstract and online journal articles downloading them from online libraries including online. wsj. com, questia. com, and many other libraries providing university databases. From the Research information gathered on this research, I begin with my theories on the used articles for the topic, and then, later on, went ahead with finding the most written recent articles on the topic helping me complete my literature review.

I had to incorporate and drive in critics of the paradigm so that everything aligns itself well and my study flows efficiently. This way, ideas would flow more efficiently. PROPOSALMy goal is to do more research, taking note of causes, consequences, and cures for an economic crisis.

The documentation of the same in the press has not tackled the issue on the front and there is a need to come up with better literature and closing the knowledge gap on the financial crisis providing guidelines on the progress needed in improvising measures to handle the crisis.

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