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The Disaster in the Philippines and its Effect on their Economy (Econ 110) Miranda Tate

The Disaster in the Philippines and its Effect on their Economy (Econ 110)

Miranda Tate

Published January 21st 2014
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Typhoon Haiyan destructively tore through the Phillipines recently. It is estimated that the typhoon displaced an estimated 4 million people. While this new is tragic, it is worse than simply four million displaced Filipinos. The typhoon is likely toMoreTyphoon Haiyan destructively tore through the Phillipines recently. It is estimated that the typhoon displaced an estimated 4 million people. While this new is tragic, it is worse than simply four million displaced Filipinos. The typhoon is likely to devastate their economy. In this essay Miranda Tate explains how the typhoon affected the economy of the Philippines through discussing aggregate demand, consumer spending, and net exports.If you want to learn more about how natural disasters can affect the economy, you dont need to look any farther. Check out this brief essay and understand how one storm can devastate a nation for decades. Check out this read to learn about the effects of natural disasters on economies!*Note: The essays submitted to Writers Block Publishing were written for the sole purpose of providing students with critical thinking, and give such students ideas of what to write about. However, these essays are subject to the ownership of each author and Writers Block Publishing. Please do not plagiarize. It is illegal and will not work for these essays (as they have already been used in classes and submitted to the general databases). W.B.P. aims to promote creative and critical thinking only. We hope that you enjoy this dissertation, and maintain a code of honesty and integrity. Remember this essay is a published work, and should be re-used only through proper citation, thank you.