Long-Run Macroeconomic Stability
Discusses the issue of long-term macroeconomic stability on issues such as trade and budget deficits in terms of monetary and Keynesian theorists.
The Chemical structure and function of hemoglobin
Structure and function of hemoglobin. How hemoglobin works. Oxygen-carrying capacity of different hemoglobins and what affects it. How hemoglobin acts in different under different physiologic conditions.
Review of a book about standardized tests by G.W.
Bracey, "Put to the test: An educator's and consumer's guide to standardized testing." Discusses Bracey's thesis that tests have grown beyond their ability to serve useful educational purposes.
Scientific description of problem caused to agriculture. Ants' ability to quickly strip entire orchards of leaves. Fungal gardens of ants. Usefulness of leaf-cutting ants. Proposes an experiment to examine fungal parasites for their ability to resist streptomycin. Methodology. Expected results. Purpose of providing a safe, biological form of pest control.
This paper is a financial report on the Boeing Company that details three major sections of financial issues: long term financing and capital structure; review of financial management tools applied to corporate risk; and a report to the Board of Directors of the Boeing Company relative to a proposed synergistic acquisition.
KEYNESIAN & MARSHALLIAN ECONOMICS.
Relationship of Keynes' & Alfred Marshall's ideas on expectations, quantity of money, liquidity preference for holding money, velocity of circulation.
Examines etiology of eating disorder based on biomedical, psychological & cultural models.
Examines several issues related to the history of simple & compound interest rates. Centers on loans, credit. Defines terms. Overview of history of interest rates; fluctations; government economic policy decisions; supply & demand for money. Summary of averages of prime short-term rates (19th & 20th Centuries). Suggests that interest rates are tied to non-economic as well as economic factors.