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Surplus-Related Fiscal Policy Issues
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A 5 page paper discussing fiscal policy as it relates to the way today's decisions will affect the future economy. We can be assured that there will be some form of "correction" in the future, and today's fiscal policy needs to be based on the consequences of that future correction as well as current conditions. It has been predicted that adhering to current practice will reduce national debt from $3.5 trillion to $865 billion in only nine years. Though it will enable the economy to grow faster, it will also have unpredictable results on the financial sector. It will also allow some bail-out of Social Security so that active workers will not be working to directly support two families - their own and some unknown person who already has reached retirement age. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Systems Theory And Policy Analysis
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A 4 page paper that begins with a definition of systems theory and comments about its origin and emergence in numerous diverse fields. The writer then discusses how systems theory is an appropriate approach for policy development, policy analysis and program evaluation, calling on authors such as Dunn. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Teen Pregnancy and Public Policy
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This 8 page paper examines the problem of teen pregnancy in light of social programs. Public policy issues related to welfare, sex education and birth control are included. Solutions are suggested which considers both left and right wing ideologies. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
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The “Public Good” as a Benefit to Tourism
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A 5 page paper discussing public infrastructure’s influence on promoting tourism. In "The Wealth of Nations," Adam Smith discussed the responsibility of government to erect and maintain those structures and systems that would be too costly for individuals or groups of individuals. Smith’s point was that the structure itself may not be too costly in terms of initial outlay, but that it would be difficult or impossible for those responsible for the structure’s construction to recoup their investment. The paper uses the example of Sydney’s Opera House as a “draw” for Australian tourism and the benefits that other areas and private business receives as a result. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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