Annotated Bibliography – eaglessb52

1.

Bove, R. X. (2018, October 29). Dick Bove: The Federal Reserve could be dragging us into a recession. Retrieved November 28, 2018, from https://www.cnbc.com/2018/10/29/dick-bove-the-federal-reserve-could-be-dragging-us-into-a-recession.html

Background: This article explains how the Federal reserve has been shrinking it’s balance sheet recently. It weighs in on the cost to our economy something like this could bring.

How I used it: I used this article in combination with article #2 to go into detail how the quick actions of the Federal Reserve could result in massive economic downsides depending on how things play out in the immediate future.

2.

Costa, P. N. (2017, May 25). There’s one big problem with the Fed’s plan to unwind its gigantic balance sheet. Retrieved November 28, 2018,, from https://www.businessinsider.com/fed-balance-sheet-unwind-problem-2017-5

Background: This article adds a bit more detail in to the Federal Reserve’s plan to lessen its balance sheet. It adds a few more numbers to the points made in #1.

How I used it: I used this article for its more in depth analysis of the numbers of the situation. It helped my readers visualize the situation a bit more.

3.

Equity, L. I. (2018, September 12). The Market Catalyst Nobody Is Talking About. Retrieved November 28, 2018, from https://seekingalpha.com/article/4205749-market-catalyst-nobody-talking

 

Background: This article talks about some of the global effects of policy changes in American economic changes.

How I used it: I used it to broaden the scale of how America’s economic system effects the rest of the world.

4.

Financial Conditions: Pinning Down Market Catalysts For The Rest Of 2018. (2018, August 29). Retrieved November 28, 2018, from https://www.valuewalk.com/2018/08/financial-conditions-market-catalysts-2018/

Background: This article talks about some of the market catalysts we can expect to see for the later part of 2018. It also talks about the financial situations that we can expect to see in the later part of 2018 as well.

How I used it: I used it to back some of my claims in my essay. I also used it to lay down some real world evidence for my essay.

5.

Higgins, T., Vardy, N., Skousen, M., & Versace, C. (2018, September 05). 5 Market Catalysts to Determine the Rest of 2018, Retrieved November 28, 2018, from https://www.stockinvestor.com/36817/5-market-catalysts/

Background: This article provides evidence about how markets are affected by market catalysts. It also talks about how investors can adjust to changes in the markets as well.

How I used it: I used this article to provide evidence how the stock market is affected by market catalysts. It also provides a different perspective on market catalysts that I haven’t used before in my essay.

6.

How the Fed’s Unwinding Will Work. (2017, September 19). Retrieved November 28, 2018, from https://www.foxbusiness.com/features/how-the-feds-unwinding-will-work

Background: This provides some counter arguments as to how changes in the American economic system could end up being beneficial as a whole.

How I used it: I used this to provide some evidence that I attacked in some of my counter arguments.

7.

Lorenz, A. (2017, May 17). Immigration boosts Germany’s economy. Retrieved November 28, 2018, from https://www.euractiv.com/section/economy-jobs/news/immigration-boosts-germanys-economy/

Background: This article provides information about immigration in Germany for the past couple years. It provides statistics and information to show the impact immigration had on Germany

How I used it: I used this article to set up a basis for how swift immigration action could prove beneficial for countries. I used it to set up a basis so people could better understand the downsides of immigration like this.

8.

Ting, J. C. (2011, October 11). Fewer Babies, for Better or Worse. Retrieved November 28, 2018, from https://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2011/10/16/fewer-babies-for-better-or-worse/downsides-of-high-immigration

Background: This article mentions points that aren’t brought up when talking about immigration. It also brings up the question of cost to the country when it comes to immigration.

How I used it: I used this article in conjunction with source #7 in order to provide statistics on why rapid immigration might not always prove beneficial in the long run.

9.

Williams, F. (2018, June 26). The Effects of Government Policies on Businesses. Retrieved November 28, 2018, from https://smallbusiness.chron.com/effects-government-policies-businesses-65214.html

Background: This article goes in depth about how small businesses are affected by government policy. It talks about some things the government does to help and sometimes hurt businesses.

How I used it: I used this to talk about how the government effects businesses when they put policies in place. It also helps me lead into some of my later paragraphs.

10.

Bort, R. (2018, June 25). The 4 Biggest Consequences of Trump’s Disastrous Tariff Plan. Retrieved November 28, 2018,from https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-news/the-4-biggest-consequences-of-trumps-disastrous-tariff-plan-628305/

Background: The article goes in depth about the cause and effects of Trump’s tariff plans on steel in order to bring back the need for domestic steel.

How I used it: I used it in my essay in order to provide some evidence about how foreign countries are affected by things in America in order to broaden and expand on my claims in my essay.

11.

Lee, S. (2018, May 31). Trump’s Steel Tariffs Could Hurt U.S. Coal Companies. Retrieved November 28, 2018,from https://www.bna.com/trumps-steel-tariffs-n57982093100/

Background: This article goes in depth on how the tariffs Trump put on foreign steel could hurt our coal companies. It talks about how things trickle down into other fields of industry.

How I used it: I used it in my essay how government policy changes in the steel industry effect other industries in the United States. It also is good to provide evidence to my claims about how everything is affected when the government puts policies in place.

12.

Tao, N. (2018, October 25). Trade war offers China a ‘strategic opportunity’ to seize global leadership. Retrieved November 28, 2018,from https://www.scmp.com/comment/insight-opinion/united-states/article/2169955/how-china-can-turn-trade-war-strategic

Background: This article goes in depth of how China is dealing with the trade war with America. It talks about how foreign countries respond to things like tariffs. It also provides hypotheticals as to what may happen in our future.

How I used it: I used it to provide current events to back my claims in my essay.

13.

Can Government Policies Make Us Happier? (n.d.). Retrieved from https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/can_government_policies_make_us_happier

Background: This article is an interviewer with a researcher that dives into the concept of how government policy should prioritize peoples’ happiness first. It provides evidence that backs up the claim that policies that make people happy are universally better as a whole.

How I may use it: I can use this article to provide some insight on other types of government policies. I can also use it to provide evidence for them as well.

14.

Government policy. (2016, September 19). Retrieved from https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/government-policy

Background: This article provides information on exactly what is government policy. It provides a very specific definition on what it is and how it’s used

How I may use it: I can use this to define government policy. It could help me provide a basis to start up my essay

15.

Investopedia. (2018, August 03). What impact does economics have on government policy? Retrieved from https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/031615/what-impact-does-economics-have-government-policy.asp

Background: This article provides information on how the economy effects the government. It helps provide examples how the economy is impactful.

How I may use it: I can provide exact examples how the government’s decision making is effected by the economy instead of how the government effects the economy.

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