Academic study on the relationship between religious affiliation and yearly income is still very important. Economists claim that religiosity has a direct impact on comparative advantage-based economic metrics like the nation’s GDP and people’s per capita income, even if the majority of scholars share the belief that there is an…
Economic growth denotes a rise in a country’s standard of living over time. It is essentially an improvement in an economy’s marginal production from what it might achieve previously. Growth economists investigate how the living conditions of different nations and over time differ in order to determine the degree of…
Agriculture continues to be an important part of the African economy. Agriculture remains a vital sector for most African countries, despite the fact that its economic impact differs widely across the continent. According to reports, agricultural output accounts for around 15% of the continent’s GDP (Chauvin, Mulangu and Porto, 2012)….
Buy American Requirements as stipulated in the American Buy Act. The most general and commonly followed law on the government purchase of domestic goods in the United States is probably the Buy American Act of March 1993. Generally, the objective of the Act is to protect industries in the U.S….