The United States of America has experienced economic crises in the process of economic development. The first crises occurred in 1929 during the Great Depression. It lasted for a considerable period of time, ending in the early 1940s…
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Most of the economic problems were attributed to World War I. In the aftermath, economies were trying to recover from the losses while nations in Europe strived to repay the debts acquired in the war. The United States was affected by the depression to a large extent and it ended just before the beginning of Second World War which again led to enormous spending to finance the war. Its impact affected the social lives of people even long after it ended. In a bid to conquer the impact of the great depression, President Roosevelt of the United States established a peace time strategy which had wide transformation within the free trade structure thereby encouraging the formation of the welfare states. The government would intervene in to socio-economic activities with the aim of assisting the citizens at a wider perspective. After the great depression, the government and the citizens learned to appreciate the role of the government in ensuring the welfare of the people as well in economic development. The programs created by President Roosevelt culminated in political alliances. These alliances were important in the eventual formation of the Democratic Party. The depression played a significant role in shaping the lives of many Americans. None of them would like a repeat of the suffering that they underwent within that period. They could now see the need to save money for future use. This ended up improving their asset ownership in order to secure property that could assist them in such difficult times.
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The crisis caused significant hardships to the middle and the lower class families, as well as various businesses and companies. The crisis has been attributed to a variety of factors, both within the private and public setting. The responsibility however for these financial problems have been placed on the government who has the primary responsibility of developing the nation’s wealth.
This research will serve as an evaluation of the guanxi relationships in China and its possible implications on businesses in relation to outcomes and it will focus on sustainability of it. The research will establish whether there are business related benefits in using the guanxi business strategy as well as establishing the different other business strategies used in the world.
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