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Keynes also believed in a more egalitarian distribution of income, and taxation on unearned income arguing that high rates of savings to which richer folk are prone are not desirable in a developed economy.

Keynes therefore advocated both monetary management and an active fiscal policy. Keynes died little more than a year later, but his ideas had already shaped a new global economic order, and all Western governments followed the Keynesian economics program of deficit spending to avert crises and maintain full employment.

One of Keynes's pupils at Cambridge was Joan Robinson — , a member of Keynes's Cambridge Circus , who contributed to the notion that competition is seldom perfect in a market, an indictment of the theory of markets setting prices. In The Production Function and the Theory of Capital Robinson tackled what she saw to be some of the circularity in orthodox economics.

Neoclassicists assert that a competitive market forces producers to minimize the costs of production. Robinson said that costs of production are merely the prices of inputs, like capital. Capital goods get their value from the final products. And if the price of the final products determines the price of capital, then it is, argued Robinson, utterly circular to say that the price of capital determines the price of the final products.

Goods cannot be priced until the costs of inputs are determined. This would not matter if everything in the economy happened instantaneously, but in the real world, price setting takes time — goods are priced before they are sold.

Since capital cannot be adequately valued in independently measurable units, how can one show that capital earns a return equal to the contribution to production? Alfred Eichner — was an American post-Keynesian economist who challenged the neoclassical price mechanism and asserted that prices are not set through supply and demand but rather through mark-up pricing. Eichner is one of the founders of the post-Keynesian school of economics and was a professor at Rutgers University at the time of his death.

Eichner's writings and advocacy of thought, differed with the theories of John Maynard Keynes, who was an advocate of government intervention in the free market and proponent of public spending to increase employment. Eichner argued that investment was the key to economic expansion. He was considered an advocate of the concept that government incomes policy should prevent inflationary wage and price settlements in connection to the customary fiscal and monetary means of regulating the economy.

Richard Kahn — was a member of the Cambridge Circus who in proposed the Multiplier. In he published a small book called Production of Commodities by Means of Commodities , which explained how technological relationships are the basis for production of goods and services.

Prices result from wage-profit tradeoffs, collective bargaining, labour and management conflict and the intervention of government planning. Like Robinson, Sraffa was showing how the major force for price setting in the economy was not necessarily market adjustments.

Its central theme is the provision of a microeconomic foundation for Keynesian macroeconomics, obtained by identifying minimal deviations from the standard microeconomic assumptions which yield Keynesian macroeconomic conclusions, such as the possibility of significant welfare benefits from macroeconomic stabilization.

In George Akerlof — and Janet Yellen — published menu costs arguments showing that, under imperfect competition, small deviations from rationality generate significant in welfare terms price stickiness. In British economist Huw Dixon — published A simple model of imperfect competition with Walrasian features , [89] the first work to demonstrate in a simple general equilibrium model that the fiscal multiplier could be increasing with the degree of imperfect competition in the output market, helping develop New Keynesian economics.

The reason for this is that imperfect competition in the output market tends to reduce the real wage , leading to the household substituting away from consumption towards leisure.

When government spending is increased, the corresponding increase in lump-sum taxation causes both leisure and consumption to decrease assuming that they are both a normal good.

The greater the degree of imperfect competition in the output market, the lower the real wage and hence the more the reduction falls on leisure i. Hence the fiscal multiplier is less than one, but increasing in the degree of imperfect competition in the output market. This opened the door to many younger economists such as E.

Ray Canterbery —. Always Post Keynesian in his style and approach, Canterbery went on to make contributions outside traditional Post Keynesianism. His friend, John Kenneth Galbraith, was a long-time influence.

Randall Wray called "The best pair of articles on the nature of money written in the twentieth century. The government-interventionist monetary and fiscal policies that the postwar Keynesian economists recommended came under attack by a group of theorists working at the University of Chicago , which came in the s to be known as the Chicago School of Economics.

The second generation was known for a more conservative line of thought, reasserting a libertarian view of market activity that people are best left to themselves to be free to choose how to conduct their own affairs.

Ronald Coase — of the Chicago School of Economics was the most prominent economic analyst of law, and the Nobel Prize in Economics winner. His first major article The Nature of the Firm argued that the reason for the existence of firms companies , partnerships, etc. Homo economicus trades through bilateral contracts on open markets until the costs of transactions make the use of corporations to produce things more cost-effective.

His second major article The Problem of Social Cost argued that if we lived in a world without transaction costs, people would bargain with one another to create the same allocation of resources, regardless of the way a court might rule in property disputes. Coase used the example of an old legal case about nuisance named Sturges v Bridgman , where a noisy sweets maker and a quiet doctor were neighbors and went to court to see who should have to move.

Only the existence of transaction costs may prevent this. The idea is that law and regulation are not as important or effective at helping people as lawyers and government planners believe. In Coase disciple Richard Posner — published Economic Analysis of Law , which became a standard textbook, causing him to become the most cited legal scholar of the 20th century.

In he published The Economics of Justice , which claimed that judges have been interpreting common law as it they were trying to maximize economic welfare. Milton Friedman — of the Chicago School of Economics is one of the most influential economists of the late 20th, century, receiving the Nobel Prize in Economics in Friedman argues that laissez-faire government policy is more desirable than government intervention in the economy.

Governments should aim for a neutral monetary policy oriented toward long-run economic growth , by gradual expansion of the money supply. He advocates the quantity theory of money , that general prices are determined by money. Therefore, active monetary e. In Capitalism and Freedom , Friedman wrote:.

Friedman was also known for his work on the consumption function, the Permanent Income Hypothesis , which Friedman referred to as his best scientific work. Windfall gains would mostly be saved.

Tax reductions likewise, as rational consumers would predict that taxes would have to rise later to balance public finances. Other important contributions include his critique of the Phillips Curve , and the concept of the natural rate of unemployment Lucas, Jr. Muth , opposing the idea that government intervention can or should stabilize the economy.

Sargent — and Neil Wallace — , which seemed to refute a basic assumption of Keynesian economics was also adopted. The Lucas aggregate supply function states that economic output is a function of money or price "surprise. Prescott — , which seeks to explain observed fluctuations in output and employment in terms of real variables such as changes in technology and tastes.

Assuming competitive markets, real business cycle theory implies that cyclical fluctuations are optimal responses to variability in technology and tastes, and that macroeconomic stabilization policies must reduce welfare. In Kydland and Prescott also founded the theory of Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium DSGE , large systems of microeconomic equations combined into models of the general economy, which became central to the New Neoclassical Synthesis , incorporating theoretical elements such as sticky prices from New Keynesian Macroeconomics.

They shared the Nobel Economics Prize. In Chicago School economist Eugene Fama — published The Behavior of Stock Market Prices , which found that stock market prices follow a random walk, proposing the Efficient Market Hypothesis , that randomness is characteristic of a perfectly functioning financial market.

The same year Paul Samuelson published a paper concluding the same thing with a mathematical proof, sharing the credit.

Earlier in Holbrook Working — published a paper saying the same thing, but not in a mathematical form. In Fama published Efficient Capital Markets: A Review of Theory and Empirical Work , proposing that efficient markets can be strong, semi-strong, or weak, and also proposing the Joint Hypothesis Problem , that the idea of market efficiency can't be rejected without also rejecting the market mechanism.

Joseph Alois Schumpeter — was an Austrian School economist and political scientist best known for his works on business cycles and innovation. He insisted on the role of the entrepreneurs in an economy. In Business Cycles: A theoretical, historical and statistical analysis of the Capitalist process , Schumpeter synthesized the theories about business cycles, suggesting that they could explain the economic situations. According to Schumpeter, capitalism necessarily goes through long-term cycles because it is entirely based upon scientific inventions and innovations.

A phase of expansion is made possible by innovations, because they bring productivity gains and encourage entrepreneurs to invest. However, when investors have no more opportunities to invest, the economy goes into recession, several firms collapse, closures and bankruptcy occur. This phase lasts until new innovations bring a creative destruction process, i. In American economist Robert Solow — and Australian economist Trevor Swan — proposed the Solow—Swan model , based on productivity, capital accumulation, population growth, and technological progress.

In Swan also proposed the Swan diagram of the internal-external balance. In Solow was awarded the Nobel Economics Prize. To prevent another global depression, the victorious U. In the s it changed its role to recycling global surpluses. After World War II, Canadian-born John Kenneth Galbraith — became one of the standard bearers for pro-active government and liberal-democrat politics. In The Affluent Society , Galbraith argued that voters reaching a certain material wealth begin to vote against the common good.

He also argued that the " conventional wisdom " of the conservative consensus was not enough to solve the problems of social inequality. They set prices and use advertising to create artificial demand for their own products, distorting people's real preferences.

Consumer preferences actually come to reflect those of corporations — a "dependence effect" — and the economy as a whole is geared to irrational goals. This hierarchy is self-serving, profits are no longer the prime motivator, and even managers are not in control.

Because they are the new planners, corporations detest risk, require steady economic and stable markets. They recruit governments to serve their interests with fiscal and monetary policy, for instance adhering to monetarist policies which enrich money-lenders in the City through increases in interest rates. While the goals of an affluent society and complicit government serve the irrational technostructure, public space is simultaneously impoverished. Galbraith paints the picture of stepping from penthouse villas onto unpaved streets, from landscaped gardens to unkempt public parks.

In Economics and the Public Purpose Galbraith advocates a "new socialism" as the solution, nationalising military production and public services such as health care , introducing disciplined salary and price controls to reduce inequality. In contrast to Galbraith's linguistic style, the post-war economics profession began to synthesize much of Keynes ' work with mathematical representations. Introductory university economics courses began to present economic theory as a unified whole in what is referred to as the neoclassical synthesis.

The Paul Samuelson 's — Foundations of Economic Analysis published in was an attempt to show that mathematical methods could represent a core of testable economic theory. Samuelson started with two assumptions. First, people and firms will act to maximize their self-interested goals. Second, markets tend towards an equilibrium of prices, where demand matches supply.

He extended the mathematics to describe equilibrating behavior of economic systems , including that of the then new macroeconomic theory of John Maynard Keynes.

Whilst Richard Cantillon had imitated Isaac Newton 's mechanical physics of inertia and gravity in competition and the market, [21] the physiocrats had copied the body's blood system into circular flow of income models, William Jevons had found growth cycles to match the periodicity of sunspots , Samuelson adapted thermodynamics formulae to economic theory. Reasserting economics as a hard science was being done in the United Kingdom also, and one celebrated "discovery", of A.

Phillips , was of a correlative relationship between inflation and unemployment. The workable policy conclusion was that securing full employment could be traded-off against higher inflation. Samuelson incorporated the idea of the Phillips curve into his work. His introductory textbook Economics was influential and widely adopted. It became the most successful economics text ever. Paul Samuelson was awarded the new Nobel Prize in Economics in for his merging of mathematics and political economy.

It consider connections between economics and political theory. It gave rise to social choice theory with the introduction of his " Possibility Theorem ". This sparked widespread discussion over how to interpret the different conditions of the theorem and what implications it had for democracy and voting. In Arrow published a paper which founded Health Economics. In Arrow and Frank Hahn published General Competitive Analysis , which reasserted a theory of general equilibrium of prices through the economy.

He lifted this from a comment by Milton Friedman in which formed a Time. In English economist James E. Meade — published The Balance of Payments , volume 1 of "The Theory of International Economic Policy", which proposed the theory of domestic divergence internal and external balance , and promoted policy tools for governments. In he published volume 2 Trade and Welfare , which proposed the theory of the "second-best", and promoted protectionism.

In American economist Paul Krugman — published a paper founding New trade theory , which attempts to explain the role of increasing returns to scale and network effects in international trade.

In he published a paper founding New economic geography. His textbook International Economics appears on many undergraduate reading lists. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in In Saint Lucian economist Sir Arthur Lewis — proposed the Dual Sector Model of Development Economics , which claims that capitalism expands by making use of an unlimited supply of labor from the backward non-capitalist "subsistence sector" until it reaches the Lewisian breaking point where wages begin to rise, receiving the Nobel Economics Prize.

In Russian-born American economist Simon Kuznets — , who introduced the concept of Gross domestic product GDP in published an article revealing an inverted U-shaped relation between income inequality and economic growth, meaning that economic growth increases income disparity between rich and poor in poor countries, but decreases it in wealthy countries.

In he received the Nobel Economics Prize. Indian economist Amartya Sen — expressed considerable skepticism about the validity of neoclassical assumptions, and was highly critical of rational expectations theory, devoting his work to Development Economics and human rights. In , Sen published Poverty and Famines: An Essay on Entitlement and Deprivation , a book in which he argued that famine occurs not only from a lack of food, but from inequalities built into mechanisms for distributing food.

Sen also argued that the Bengal famine was caused by an urban economic boom that raised food prices, thereby causing millions of rural workers to starve to death when their wages did not keep up. In addition to his important work on the causes of famines, Sen's work in the field of development economics has had considerable influence in the formulation of the " Human Development Report ", [] published by the United Nations Development Programme.

Sen was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in In American economists Alfred H. Conrad — and John R. Meyer — founded New Economic History , which in was called Cliometrics by American economist Stanley Reiter — after Clio , the muse of history.

It uses neoclassical economic theory to reinterpret historical data, spreading throughout academia, causing economic historians untrained in economics to disappear from history departments. In American economists James M. Buchanan — and Gordon Tullock — published The Calculus of Consent , which revived Public Choice Theory by differentiating politics the rules of the game from public policy the strategies to adopt within the rules , founding Constitutional Economics , the economic analysis of constitutional law.

Buchanan was awarded the Nobel Economics Prize. In — Scottish economist Marcus Fleming — and Canadian economist Robert Mundell — published the Mundell-Fleming Model of the Economy , an extension of the IS-LM Model to an open economy, proposing the Impossible Trinity of fixed exchange rate, free capital movement, and an independent monetary policy, only two of which can be maintained simultaneously. Mundell received the Nobel Economics Prize. In American economist Henry G.

Manne — published Mergers and the Market for Corporate Control in Journal of Political Economy , which claims that changes in the price of a share of stock in the stock market will occur more rapidly when insider trading is prohibited than when it is permitted, founding the theory of market for corporate control. Joseph E. Stiglitz — also received the Nobel Economics Prize in for his work in Information Economics. In recent years he has become an outspoken critic of global economic institutions.

In Making Globalization Work he offers an account of his perspectives on issues of international economics:. The absence or imperfection can, in turn, to a large extent be explained by problems of information. Stiglitz talks about his book Making Globalization Work here. Reverse Game Theory, which allows people to distinguish situations in which markets work well from those in which they do not, aiding the identification of efficient trading mechanisms, regulation schemes, and voting procedures; he developed the theory with Eric Maskin — and Roger Myerson — , sharing the Nobel Economics Prize with them.

This concept was adopted by U. President Ronald Reagan in the early s, becoming the cornerstone of Reaganomics , which was co-founded by American economist Paul Craig Roberts. In French economist Jean Tirole published "Dynamic Models of Oligopoly", followed by "The Theory of Industrial Organization" , launching his quest to understand market power and regulation, resulting in the Nobel Economics Prize.

In , there was a financial crisis which led to a global recession. This prompted some economists to question the current orthodoxy. One response was the Keynesian Resurgence. This emerged as a consensus among some policy makers and economists for a Keynesian solutions. As contrasted sharply with the previous economic orthodoxy in its support for government intervention in the economy. Austerity was another response, the policy of reducing government budget deficits.

Austerity policies may include spending cuts, tax increases, or a mixture of both. The first was Large Changes in Fiscal Policy: It asserted that fiscal austerity measures did not hurt economies, and actually helped their recovery. Many governments accepted this and followed the austerity course. Following this, on June 6, Paul Krugman published How the Case for Austerity Has Crumbled in The New York Review of Books , arguing that the case for austerity was fundamentally flawed, and calling for an end to austerity measures.

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Terrorism not only affects civilians, but it also damages corporations and other businesses. These effects may include: physical vandalism or destruction of property , sales declining due to frightened consumers and governments issuing public safety restrictions. Firms engaging in international business will find it difficult to operate in a country that has an uncertain assurance of safety from these attacks.

This is considered to an unethical form of practicing business and can have legal repercussions. Firm that want to operate legally should instruct employees to not involve themselves or the company in such activities.

Factors towards globalization[ edit ] There has been growth in globalization in recent decades due to the following factors.

This list is incomplete ; you can help by expanding it. Governments are removing international business restrictions.

Consumers want to know about foreign goods and services. Political relationships have improved among some major economic powers. Importance of international business education[ edit ] Most companies are either international companies or compete with other international companies. Modes of operation may differ from those used domestically. The best way of conducting business may differ by country.

An understanding helps one make better career decisions. An understanding helps one decide what governmental policies to support.

Managers in international business must understand social science disciplines and how they affect different functional business fields. To maintain and achieve successful business operations in foreign nations, persons must understand how variations in culture and traditions across nations affect business practices.

This idea is known as cultural literacy. Without knowledge of a host country's culture, corporate strategizing is more difficult and error-prone when entering foreign markets compared with the home country's market and culture. This can create a "blind spot" during the decision making process and result in ethnocentrism.

Education about international business introduces the student to new concepts that can be applicable in international strategy in topics such as marketing and operations. In addition, you need to know the Keywords are very important in resume writing since they are the foundation for how hiring managers search for and identify candidates in resume databases.

When writing a resume for a career reinvention, you want to be sure that your resume is includes the keywords that are relevant to your new career goals and how you want to be perceived in the employment market. These keywords can be identified in the same resources used in tip 2 above.

Include these keywords in the Summary or Profile section at the top of the resume. You also can include them in a bulleted format in a separate section titled "Core Competencies," "Core Strengths and Capabilities," or "Professional Qualifications.

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When writing a resume for a career reinvention, you have twice as much work to do. Your job entails: When thinking about your past achievements and writing success stories, I suggest that you follow the Problem, Action, Result PAR format and construct your stories as follows: Problem: What was the problem or challenge that was going on at the time?

Action: What actions did you take to solve the problem? Your Challenge: How can you translate this into something that will work for a reinvention target?

If we continue with the above example, I might have the lawyer write some success stories from his current role as a corporate lawyer and also from his roles as a partner in the law firms where he worked.

I would want him to demonstrate his ability to perform the following competencies, all of which are critical for a role on sales or business development: When writing a resume for a career reinvention, do not discount older experience, community service, and volunteer roles. Look at everything in your life and professional experience to demonstrate the skills and experience that you want to showcase to create the perception of yourself that you want a prospective employer to see.

For example, let's say our corporate lawyer is on the board of a nonprofit and is doing fund raising and development work. I would definitely recommend including this information on his resume. Fund raising is sales and by including this experience, you could demonstrate that the lawyer has good client relationship and negotiation skills.

The write-up on the resume might look something like this: In addition, let's assume this lawyer has just taken a sales training class to supplement his legal background with more concrete skills to support his career reinvention. That information should be highlighted in the Summary or Profile at the beginning of the resume and then again showcased in the Education section. In fact, change the heading to Education and Professional Development. This is how this information might be included on the resume: More than 10 years of experience in the field of law, combined with innately strong presentation, negotiation, and client management skills… Bachelor of Science in Business and recent training in Sales Leadership from Sandler Sales Institute.

Linked In, Facebook, etc. Continuing the example above, don't let your Linked In Profile present you as an attorney without any mention of your sales training and other experience and accomplishments relevant to your career change goal.

Use your research and the content you have developed to update your Linked In Profile. If you are currently employed, be very cautious about what you make public. Nearly half of all USA employers frequently research their current employees online, so your job search cost you your current paycheck. As you can see from the example and tips provided throughout this article, writing resumes for a career reinvention can be tricky and requires a strong strategy and execution.

There are no hard and fast rules and each resume must be tailored to the position that you are seeking, how you want to be perceived, and what you have in past and present positions that are relevant to their current career goals. Real employers who value your experience are looking for you here.

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Muth , opposing the idea that government intervention can or should stabilize the economy. Similarly disenchanted with regulation on trade inspired by mercantilism, a Frenchman named Vincent de Gournay — is reputed to have asked why it was so hard to laissez faire "let it be" , laissez passer "let it pass" , advocating free enterprise and free trade.

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