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    Economic Development is extremely important in First Nation’s communities as it is necessary for the development of First Nations economy and helps the community members as a whole. Economic development begins with a strong relationship between community members. Indigenous worldview and the Western worldviews are incredibly different. This may lead to a shaky relationship between First Nations people and the Westernized economy. First Nation’s leadership is important and Indigenous run businesses

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    played significant roles in earning the decade this name. Economic conditions and developments in the arts and entertainment were some of the most impacting among these factors. Economic conditions and developments in the arts and entertainment helped create the reputation of the 1920’s as the Roaring Twenties. Economic conditions gave people a feeling of economic prosperity. They also allowed people to buy a lot of things on credit. Developments in the arts and entertainment created a culture of free

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    The summer of 2014, I interned at the Economic Development Office for the state of Texas. The office was tasked with preparing relocation incentives for companies in order to create jobs. The office was split into different departments totaling about 45 people. The office worked strictly under the Governor. One would answer the phone, “Office of the Governor, Economic Development…” Economic Development offices around the country came under repetitive criticism for behaving as governors’ slush funds

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    Economic development has the potential to transform regions as it creates an enabling environment for economic growth. Economic development is also associated with expanding the capacity of individuals and communities to maximize the use of their available resources. The extent of economic growth depends on the type of the additional products that the economy produces from its investment projects. It has been an instrumental aspect in the growth of Cincinnati. Cincinnati is comprised of a diverse

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    Torres, Maria CED 301 Midterm Development and growth go hand-in-hand in the field of Community Economic Development. Community economic development is a field of study that actively elicits community involvement when working with government, and private sectors to build strong communities, industries, and markets (Riley, 2012). Economic Development applies to the context of people’s sense of right and wrong. The definition given by Michael Todaro suggests it is an increase in living standards

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    According to Bowman and Kearney, economic development is the “process by which a community, state, or nation increases its level of per capita income, high-quality jobs, and capital investment (Bowman & Kearney, 2014, p. 370). Throughout our readings, it is presented that economic development exists because of the gradual decline of our metropolitans. More recently, it’s been explained that economic development has become a local issue that localities are attempting to resolve due to the stale

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    Economic Development

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    Introduction Governments the world over have long been investing in infrastructure in the hope of boosting economic development of their country. To study the relationship between infrastructure and economic development, we compared two journals; Infrastructure and Local Economic Development by Rives, J & Heaney, M. (1995) and Infrastructure and Economic Growth: The Nigeria Experience 1980-2006 by Enimola, S (2010). We chose these journals as the journal by Rives, J looked at the approach

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    As I might want to discuss some essential parts of economic development in your nation, as you will allow us to enter in your economic business sector. We can comprehend your interest about your protectionist strategy. However, the development of the economy in developing nation like Primaria is exceptionally troublesome with this sort of free trade barriers. We have considered our business worldwide and we have seen the fast financial development in nations by business. The protectionist strategies

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    countries, years of independence, and most importantly, economic development. (Dollar & Gatti, 1999). This paper is examining the role economic development as measured through levels GDP (low, medium, high) plays in the level of gender empowerment in a country. After reading various studies, I have concluded that when regarding “gender empowerment” it is specific to the empowerment of women It is hypothesized that increased economic development will display higher levels of gender empowerment. The

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    Introduction Economic growth is the most influential tool for decreasing poverty and refining the value of life in evolving countries. Both research and case studies over different countries provide overshadowing signs that speedy and continued growth is crucial to making faster progress towards the MDG (Millennium Development Goals) and not just the first goal of splitting the global share of people living on less than $1 a day. Evolution can produce honorable circles of wealth and opportunity

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