Identify and describe a specific capital investment you believe management could invest in to help achieve one of the perspectives of the balanced scorecard.

Identify and describe a specific capital investment you believe management could invest in to help achieve one of the perspectives of the balanced scorecard.
Identify the specific objective of the capital project.
Estimate the cost of investing in the capital project.
Explain the quantifiable or nonquantifiable results anticipated from the capital investment.

Discuss the history of Atlanta Georgia from the very beginning and it’s role in the civil rights movement.

Discuss the history of Atlanta Georgia from the very beginning and it’s role in the civil rights movement.

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Andrews, Kenneth T & Gaby, Sarah.” Local Protest and Federal Policy: The Impact of
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Bayor, Ronald H. “Atlanta, Georgia.” In Encyclopedia of American Urban History, edited
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Develop an essay discussing the fiscal and the monetary policies adopted and implemented by the federal during the Great Recession and their impacts on the U.S. economy.

Macroeconomic analysis deals with the crucial issue of government involvement in the operation of “free market economy.” The Keynesian model suggests that it is the responsibility of the government to help to stabilize the economy. Stabilization policies (demand-side and supply-side policies) are undertaken by the federal government to counteract business cycle fluctuations and prevent high rates of unemployment and inflation. Demand side policies are government attempts to alter aggregate demand (AD) through using fiscal (cutting taxes and increasing government spending) or monetary policy (reducing interest rates). To shift the AD to the right, the government has to increase the government spending (the G-component of AD) causing consumer expenditures (the C-component of AD) to increase. Alternatively the Federal Reserve could cut interest rates reducing the cost of borrowing thereby encouraging consumer spending and investment borrowing. Both policies will lead to an increase in AD.

Develop an essay discussing the fiscal and the monetary policies adopted and implemented by the federal during the Great Recession and their impacts on the U.S. economy.