Southern Business Review

Southern Business Review is a magazine focusing on Economics

Articles from Vol. 30, No. 1, Fall

Economics and Public Issues Conference
Keynote AddressJune 5, 2004The Georgia economy has been doing pretty well-having just added 27,000 jobs over the past year and an unemployment rate of 3.8 percent, one of the lowest in the country (3.5 percent is the record low). I would like to talk...
Globalization for Development? Inward FDI and the Size of the Market
One of the recent policy concerns in the area of development is whether globalization really helps to improve standards of living in developing countries. International organizations advocate the merit of accessing the global economy via foreign direct...
Monogopoly Competition: The Development of a Theory
In economic theory, demand curves aggregate the price-quantity relation of individual buyers in a market. Aggregation of demand is an accurate representation when many are firms in competition; however, marketers, in practice, segment the aggregate market...
The Socio-Economic Impact of HIV/AIDS in Bangladesh: The Role of Public Administration in Response to HIV/AIDS
PrologueAs the Human ImmunoDeficiency Virus, the cause of AIDS, continues to spread in many parts of the world, women are now said to constitute an increasingly large proportion of those infected worldwide.This statistic has mainly been attributed to...