Government and Economic Policy

Economies function much like a living organism, with currency as its lifeblood and the different parts each function interdependently and independently of one another in much the same way as the heart, lungs and other body systems. In the human body we see many regulatory systems such the pancreas which produces insulin to regulate sugar, or the pituitary gland which controls several hormones that regulate the endocrine system. In much the same way as the body needs regulators, the economy requires a regulating body or bodies to prevent the death or abuse of important systems. While regulation is…

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Andrew Holcomb MBA

Andrew Holcomb MBA

I am an Doctoral Student, I work for Huntsville Coca-Cola, I am also the owner of A & N Accounting. I love investing and business is my passion.