Economics: Our World in Data

Instructions For Topic 15, head to Our World in Data to look at their page on Trade and Globalization (https://ourworldindata.org/trade-and-globalization.), written by Esteban Ortiz-Ospina and Diana Beltekian (https://ourworldindata.org/trade-and-globalization). This page has a lot of data and information, so I don’t expect you to read the whole thing in detail unless you are interested. Instead, I’d like you to … Read more

Climate Change Assignment at an Affordable Cost

Instructions This is an essay about climate change/ global warming. What is it exactly, and its effects on the world and living creatures. What the causes of climate change/ global warming are and how we can help to prevent it from worsening. Want a similar task completed for you? Worry no more! Simply place your … Read more

Hayao Miyazaki’s role in the globalization of anime

Instructions Critically examine the work of an individual animator or Comics artist that is discussed in one of our course textbooks a major comics or animation studio that is discussed in one of our course textbooks a specific, historically significant comic, animated short, series or full-length feature. Consider how youur topic reflects specific historical and cultural … Read more

AIRCRFT ACCIDENT ANALYSIS Assignment at an Affordable Cost

Instructions Further recommendations for an enhanced report: a. Select an accident or incident that you find interesting but also one that has multiple sources of original research material, including the original accident/incident investigation report. Do not report on an act of sabotage or terrorism. b. The accident or incident can be drawn from any area … Read more

Origins of China’s Contested Relation with Neoliberalism

Response paper on Isabella Weber’s “Origins of China’s Contested Relation with Neoliberalism” Instructions Isabella Weber, Origins of China’s Contested Relation with Neoliberalism: Economics, the World Bank, and Milton Friedman at the Dawn of Reform, 2020see attachment Follow the following questions: 1. A very brief summary of the reading. 2. What are the main points of the reading? … Read more