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Saturday, May 5, 2012

Of Politic, Economy and Social of a Country…..

collected by Mani Jack.

Why is it political stability the most important factor in economic development?

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well if you look at a country which is politically UNstable, you can see how this deterseconomic development. take zimbabwe for example. it all boils down to resources. a politically unstable environment usually means that the government is mis-using or mismanaging the country's resources: resources arent being used to their full capacity, or in a manner whereby economic development could be maximised. in a situation where civil war is occuring, money and human resources are taken away from normal jobs and processes which could be used to develop the economy and are instead being used to fight a war. the person above is also right in that if a country's political environment is volatile, this will deter investors and foreign trade which would add to development. one of the problems that zimbabwe and many other developing countries have is a corrupt government- the gov uses the country's money for its own selfish purposes, without a thought for the poor average person or the development of the country.

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Why political stability is an important productive resource for any economy?

Why is political stability an important productive resource for any economy?



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Political stability allows businesses to plan for future investments, consumers feel comfortable spending money, foreign countries feel comfortable negotiating long term trade agreements, and foreign companies feel comfortable setting up operations within the country. 

Countries that lack political stability fail to instill the level of confidence necessary to encourage cooperation with other nations. When foreign countries see coups every couple of years in a country, they will not commit valuable capital and resources that risk being destroyed or taken by the next regime that takes power. Frequent, drastic change makes private property rights nearly impossible to enforce.


Economics is the study of production, distribution and consumption of goods and services whether in a city, country or a single business. Questions about supply and demand and economic theory are welcome here.



From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For other uses, see Social (disambiguation).
Look up social in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
The term social refers to a characteristic of living organisms as applied to populations humans and other animals. It always refers to the interaction of organisms with other organisms and to their collective co-existence, irrespective of whether they are aware of it or not, and irrespective of whether the interaction is voluntary or involuntary.


In the absence of agreement about its meaning, the term "social" is used in many different senses and regarded as a fuzzy concept, referring among other things to:
Attitudes, orientations, or behaviors which take the interests, intentions, or needs of other people into account (in contrast to anti-socialbehaviour) has played some role in defining the idea or the principle. For instance terms like social realism, social justice, social constructivism, social psychology and social capital imply that there is some social process involved or considered, a process that is not there in regular, "non-social" realism, justice, constructivism, psychology, or capital.
The adjective "social" is also used often in political discourse, although its meaning in a context depends heavily on who is using it. In left-wing circles it is often used to imply a positive characteristic, while in right-wing circles it is generally used to imply a negative characteristic. It should also be noted that, overall, this adjective is used much more often by those on the political left than by those on the political right. For these reasons, those seeking to avoid association with the left-right political debates often seek to label their work with phrases that do not include the word "social". An example is quasi-empiricism in mathematics which is sometimes labelled social constructivism by those who see it as an unwarranted intrusion of social considerations in mathematical practice.

[edit]Modern uses

In contemporary society, "social" often refers to the redistributive policies of the government which aim to apply resources in the public interest, for example, social security. Policy concerns then include the problems of social exclusion and social cohesion. Here, "social" contrasts with "private" and to the distinction between the public and the private (or privatised) spheres, where ownership relations define access to resources and attention.
The social domain is often also contrasted with that of physical nature, but in sociobiology analogies are drawn between humans and other livingspecies in order to explain social behavior in terms of biological factors. The term "social" is also added in various other academic sub-disciplines such as social geography, social psychology, social anthropology, social philosophy, social ontology, social statistics and social choice theory in mathematics.

How to Help Our Economy Get Better

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Don't put all your faith in banks, credit, the government or the Federal Reserve. I know what you're thinking, what?? Well, these entities have fallen hard and many of their shortcomings were out in full display over the last two years. They may have worked the past couple of decades, but they are no longer institutions that you should put your full faith in. These entities aren't going to save us and you shouldn't expect them to. You need to have options in case another failure comes about and putting all your eggs in one basket will never give you options.
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Don't focus too much on speculation. Sure, millions and billions have been made on pure speculation, but most of these people also had millions to fall back on in case things didn't work out. They also had access to the top experts in various fields to help them make their decisions. If you don't have that, keep your money safe and stored.
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Instead of just looking for a job, focus on ways to create jobs as well. I'm sure you probably need money, who doesn't in today's economy? Yet, what America needs most of all right now are jobs. Find ways to be innovative and cost effective so that you can become an entrepreneur and create jobs to help our economy. Entrepreneurship is never easy and many fail, but if you succeed, the rewards will trump being an employee for any company.
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Remember you have power and control over your finances. Don't let the government tell you how to spend your money if you don't have barely any to spend. Sure there are some good ideas that come about and we certainly need to continue to change. I'm not saying don't obey laws, you need to obey the laws, but every four to eight years there is a new administration with new ideas on how we should live our lives and the one thing that remains unchanged is the value of saving your money for a rainy day and doing the best with what you have

How to Improve Your Community

It's easy to stay isolated and do your own thing, but doing something to improve your community will give you a sense of belonging and the knowledge that you are making your neighborhood a better place to live for everyone, including yourself. Get involved, clean up and better your community so that everyone wins.

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Give back to your community by volunteering. There are a lot of worthy causes, and they could be as simple as volunteering to coach the kid's neighborhood ball team, organizing a bake sale or fundraiser for someone that may be sick or needy in your community, volunteering at a homeless shelter or soup kitchen, or helping or visiting an elderly person who otherwise may not have any family to do so.
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Clean up your community. Organize a group of family and friends and set aside one day a week or month to get together and pick up the litter and trash on the roadsides or beaches in your community. It doesn't have to be just your street that you clean up either. Take turns cleaning each other's streets or pick a different street or section of road each time. Just be sure to take proper safety precautions.
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Organize a neighborhood watch in your community with your family, friends and neighbors. This will make the community safer for you and your neighbors, and give you a good opportunity to get to know your neighbors better.
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Be active in your community by taking part in local activities such as church events, charities, town hall meetings, or community voting. If it affects you and your community, take part and voice your opinion.
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Plan social activities in your community such as cookouts, ball games, barbecues, festivals, parades, or other annual events. This can be a great way to get people in the community involved by coming out and getting to know each other. It will also show any visitors to your community that it is a friendly and pleasant place to live.
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Set good examples. A great way to improve your community is not by concentrating on the faults of your neighbors but by setting a good example of behavior yourself. Be friendly and outgoing to your neighbors and keep your home clean, your trash picked up, and your yard mowed. Don't be overly loud or disruptive in the neighborhood.

How to Become a Good Politician

A good politician need not only get elected; he must also work effectively within the legislature. According to two former legislators, Lee Hamilton of the U.S. House of Representatives and Vicki Bourne of the Australian Senate, personal characteristics and professional skills combine to create a good politician. If a successful political career is what you want, keep in mind their tips for working well with colleagues and dealing with the limitations of political office.
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Develop the personal characteristics of humility and honesty. Bourne notes that it is the collective institution of the legislature that holds power; an individual politician must be humble enough to realize there is little he can do alone. Hamilton states that politicians must be seen as trustworthy by their colleagues in order to work effectively together. Constituents, Hamilton states, are also alert to dishonesty in their elected officials.
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Maintain a high level of energy in addition to ambition and focus. Hamilton says the job of a politician is all-consuming and requires a great deal of personal effort. Although ambition sometimes has a negative connotation in the political context, Hamilton states that most politicians employ their ambition in certain areas of policy more than for personal gain. Bourne adds that goals are important to a successful career and these should be specific and measurable.
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Work on your communication skills. Hamilton states that good politicians should be able to engage with all sorts of people in a wide variety of environments. Bourne also highlights the importance of listening to the views of others, as their different experiences may help the politician to re-think his opinion. Bourne also says it's important to learn how to say no, but to do so in a way that does not offend.
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Research and become educated on the issues. Bourne recommends that politicians specialize in a certain area and become the go-to person on that topic in the legislative body. This will give the politician standing and influence. Both Hamilton and Bourne emphasize the importance of knowing the system and how to use it effectively, so that the legislature can advance the politician's policy goals. Knowledge of the bureaucracy is necessary to effectively help constituents, Hamilton notes, and this is important since political office is not an entitlement and politicians must be loyal to those who elected them.
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Remember the importance of give and take. Hamilton states that effective politics involves finding common ground. Bourne states that good politicians keep people on side because their support may be needed in the future. Hamilton also discourages ideology in politicians, and states, "if you approach a problem by saying that all the good is in your side and all the bad lies with the opposition, then you'll never accomplish anything."

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