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Politicians and economists are arguing that the real problems are due to a number of stable deposits. Banks loan about $40 trillion credits to the nation but only supported by $11 trillion. Some argue that Some argue that government should impose regulation that requires higher capitals for banks to operate. While opponents said it would … More Bank’s Too Big Too Fail (TBTF) Real Problems
Large Banks Small Banks use more purchased funds (such as fed funds) and have fewer core deposits (deposits such as demand deposits that are stable over short periods of time Lend to large corporations Interest rate spreads (i.e., the difference between their lending rates and deposit rates), & net interest margins (i.e., interest income … More Large Banks vs Small Banks
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The “Banking” Concept of Education by Paulo Freire discussed about teacher-student relationship. Where the teachers served as he mentioned, “oppressors” or “filler” and students as the “oppressed” ones. This concept of teaching forced students to sit passively and just swallow everything that the teachers threw. He discussed that this kind of education killed the creativity … More PAULO FREIRE: The Banking Concept of Education
The United States of America, as the world’s largest economy apparently has its nearly 150 million people considered “low income” or “poor”. Michael Zweig, Professor of UMich and Director of social class study, define poverty as a state of deprivation or lack of the usual or socially acceptable amount of money or material possessions. Indeed, … More Why is it very hard to erase poverty?