In the eighteenth century this gave way to the age of enlightenment which sought to ease the ills of society by focusing on reasoning and education of the populace. Within more open and social conditions more political philosophers emerged. On such philosopher was Thomas Aquinas who based his political teachings on his belief in the absolute natural law of Christianity.
This paper discusses trade and economic growth from the Solow model perspective. The paper attempts to describe how savings, population growth and technological advances affect economic growth. It argues that free trade can boost production effectiveness and living standards.
Plagiarism has become a serious problem in various academic circles. There are two types of plagiarism. One is called intentional plagiarism and another is called unintentional plagiarism. In both types of plagiarism the consequences are similar and students have to pay a heavy price in terms of expulsion from the institute and sometimes failure in the course. Plagiarism is known as stealing someone else’s ideas and presenting them as your own. The purpose of this article is to provide some useful tips to students as to how they can avoid plagiarism so that they can write essays with more confidence. Please read further to find out more about useful ways to avoid plagiarism.