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There is a direct relationship between political stability and economic growth. Strong macroeconomic growth is facilitated by a stable political environment and conversely, instability on the political front inhibits positive economic growth. A cross-continental analysis of the political and economic situations of four countries, Canada, Iraq, the United Kingdom and Somalia, will demonstrate a direct relationship between political stability (or lack thereof) and economic growth. A theoretical

Economic is generally defined as the study of how society produces and distributes the goods and services it wants. Specially examines the activities that people carry on- producing, saving, spending, paying taxes and so on- for the purpose of satisfying their wants for food and shelter and their added wants for modern conveniences and comfort, and their collective wants for such things as national defense, development and education. Economic problems are everybody's business because they ar