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Exxon Mobil Corp (ExxonMobil) is the world’s fifth largest company by revenue and the third publicly traded company in terms of market capitalization. According to Iskakov and Yilmaz (2015), its successful performance in the market has been highlighted by Fortune 500 Report of 2014 indicating that it is the second most profitable company in the […]

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Attempts to reform state and local tax systems in the U.S. appear to be similar to a perpetual occasion. The tax systems of the country are in numerous cases the artifact of the old times, which are poor-designed in regards with the actualities of the current state economy. The last decades vividly demonstrate that state […]

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The usage of the common property has recently exceeded the boundaries of the regular economic prediction. The crisis of the most rapidly growing populations implies the to solve the problem. Hardin addressed the issue through regulation and the moral aspect. Wade, accordingly, emphasized the “tragedy of commons”, i.e. the inability of cooperation and resource scarcity […]

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According to the world-systems analysis by Immanuel Wallerstein (2004), Greece belongs to periphery of the world trade system. At that point, Dr Wallerstein had foreseen the economic troubles for Greece in 2015, when the country was close to declaring bankruptcy in the face of the International Monetary Fund and its $1.7 billion loan (Liakos). Modern […]

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System membership involves the inclusion of patients into a hospital database where they are subscribed to certain services in exchange for a fee. The arrangement is slightly different from independent hospitals where patients get treatment and pay immediately for the services. By highlighting the discussions presented by Kristin Madison in the article Multihospital System Membership […]

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Before 1971, the U.S. appeared to have discrepant kinds of the gold standard, which presupposed that the dollar value was connected to and sustained by the quantity of gold reserves, at the same time when the paper money could be changed and converted for gold on demand. Nevertheless, in 1971, the U.S. dollar transformed into […]

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