intermediate macroeconomics essay

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Title of Paper Written by G.P. Manish Abstract Text of abstract. No more than 150 words. Optional. The point of an abstract is to briefly summarize the main points of your research paper. Introduction Text of introduction. Section 1 (title your choice) Text of section 1. Section 2 (title your choice) Text of section 2. Section 3 (title your choice – you have use as many or as few sections as you see fit) Text of section 3. Conclusion Text of conclusion. No more than 250 words. Required. Works Cited (aka bibliography – in this example, I use MLA format) Matarrita-Cascante, David. "Beyond Growth: Reaching Tourism-Led Development." Annals of Tourism Research 37.4 (2010): 1141-63. Print. Kreider, Brent. “Optimal Wage Taxation When Human Capital and Employment are Endogenous.” Economic Inquiry 46.4 (2008): 660-674. Print. Use as many works cited as needed. ECO 4451 International Trade Research Paper Instructions:  The text of your paper (not including bibliography) must be approximately 1500 words – absolutely no less than 1300 words.  You must include a bibliography. Use either MLA or APA format. o MLA: http://www.library.cornell.edu/resrch/citmanage/mla o APA: http://www.library.cornell.edu/resrch/citmanage/apa  You must include at least two refereed journal articles within your citations.  You must use third-person format. (No “I” or “you”)  No title page, no table of contents  Abstract optional (if you choose to include an abstract, it should be no longer than 150 words)  Times New Roman, size 12 font (title can be larger)  Standard margins  Double-spaced Rubric: Content Length (at least 1500 words) Use of two refereed journals, cited within text and bibliography Proper MLA or APA citations used within text and bibliography Correct formatting (See “Sample Format for Research Paper) 70 points 10 points 10 points 5 points 5 points I will take off 10 points for each day the paper is past due. I will be using Turnitin. If I detect any hint of plagiarism, you will receive a 0%. ...
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The Effect of Interest Rate on International Trade
Introduction
The macro economy significantly relies on the rates of interest for its performance to be
established. These rates affect almost every aspect of the macroeconomy, including employment,
economic growth, GDP, prices, and balance of payments (Wuhan and Khurshid 81). As such, the
rate of interest is a critical element in economics, and its changes can be far-reaching
implications on both domestic and global economies. The macroscopic economic situation can
be judged by examining the stability of rates, and if they are not stable, the reasons for the
fluctuations should be established. There is a close relationship between the rate of interest and
value of the currency, and this also implies that investment and savings are in the mix.
International trade is hinged on the smaller economic interactions between nations, and the value
of currencies of the transaction entities is an essential factor. With the unprecedentedly high level
of interconnectedness on the global scale, governments may take advantage of the effect that
their domestic interest rates has on the patterns of international trade to enhance the benefits that
their nations are getting from the businesses. This paper will explore the effect of interest rates
on international trade.
The Effect of Inflation
The relationship between interest rates and currency becomes more sophisticated when
other factors such as inflation enter the discussion. The reason for this complexity is that

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whenever interest rates go up, there is a very high likelihood that the inflation rate will also be
high. Very few countries have been able to separate these two from going up together. Moreover,
another factor that undermines the smooth relationship between rates and currency value is
political stability. When a country has a relatively good political environment, there is a high
likelihood that foreign investment will stream in regardless of interest rate levels, and thus this
implies that the relationship between interest rates and international trade be co...

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