Some of Hoover's economic policies during the Great Depression were the Smoot-Hawley Tariff, tax reduction and great public works projects. Herbert Hoover was the 31st President of the United States. Hoover's name became... More »

Herbert Hoover is seen by many critics as a bad president due to his lack of effort to end the Great Depression. Many detractors claim that Hoover actually made the Great Depression even worse than it was. At the time, m... More »

President Herbert Hoover approached the problem of the Great Depression by promoting his vision of private sector and government cooperation; urging businesses, banks, and government to act in the best interest of the co... More »

Alexander Hamilton's economic plan included fiscal policies favoring wealthy groups lending the government monetary and political support. By doing this the upper class would be able to grow, thus allowing lower classes ... More »

"Development administration" refers to the administration of policies, programs and projects that contribute to the development of a nation and have significant sociopolitical and socioeconomic impact on the countries in... More »

Inaccurate reporting of revenues and expenditures from the mid-1990s to 2014 contributed to Greece's financial crisis, along with corruption and tax evasion. The economic crisis dropped the country from the 28th largest ... More »

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As a result of his commitment to balancing the federal budget and his business-friendly policies, President Calvin Coolidge successfully strove to maintain the economic good times the United States enjoyed between the sh... More »