A political factor is an activity having to do with government policy and its administration that has the potential to change or influence a business. New legislation is one example of a political factor because it can i... More »

Some examples of push factors are war, lack of job opportunities and natural disasters such as hurricanes or droughts. Push factors are forceful conditions that drive people to migrate from the area in which they live. More »

A pull factor is an economic, social, political or environmental condition that entices people to immigrate or move towards a new location. As opposed to push factors that drive people away from their home countries, pul... More »

The term "McCarthyism" refers to the practice of accusing others of traitorous activity without proper evidence; it stems from the Second Red Scare period of the United States (1950-1956), during which Senator Joseph McC... More »

Libertarians believe in individual freedom and less government regulation in business and personal affairs. The party's platform includes eliminating income taxes and abolishing the Internal Revenue Service. More »

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Public administration is the implementation of an academic discipline and a government policy that prepares civil servants for working in public services, and it also refers to the study of the implementation itself. The... More »

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A nondiscretionary fiscal policy refers to strategies designed to counter oscillations in the economic activity of a country without the explicit intervention of the government, explains class notes from economics profes... More »