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2012 Master's Level Graduate Research Conference

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Factors Influencing the United States in the New World Order

Sixty years in the making, the New World Order (NWO) is an initiative to promote peace throughout the world. It began with the formation of the United Nations after World War ll. The United States is an active member of the United Nations and as such, it is subject to rules and international laws which are in place to facilitate nations to comply with a NWO. These rules and laws have an economic impact upon the US. This paper identifies the economic impact that governmental policies, corporate decisions, actions of citizen groups, and consumer choices have on the formation of the NWO. Other factors such as sustainability of resources, trading blocs, power shifts, financial institutions, environmental policies, and political affairs which have an impact are discussed. GDP growth and industrial production are the US output indicators. Other indicators are also considered such as: personal consumption, investment and inventories, and net export of goods and services. Other analyzed growth indicators are: leading indicators composite indices, supply management (manufacturing), real personal disposable income and real personal consumption expenditures. Factors affecting the overall economic health of the US will include: unemployment rates and corporate profits. Data analyzed will determine which factors are most relevant in the design of the NWO and the paper will attempt to recommend measures to secure better positioning in this global reorganization.

Presenter: Sharon Ross (D'Youville College) -- rosssh@dyc.edu
Topic: Business/Sustainability - Panel
Location: 120 Hartwell
Time: 3:35 pm (Session IV)