Economic Systems of Southern & Eastern Asia



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Economic Systems of Southern & Eastern Asia

  • EQ: What are the similarities and differences between the economic systems in China, India, Japan and North Korea?
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  • China
  • India
  • Japan
  • North Korea
  • Economic System
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  • Investment in human capital
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Where do I want to live . . .

  • Select one country where you would prefer to live and one country that you would not. Details should include the economy, entrepreneurship and ways of life. Organize your essay into two paragraphs of cause and effect. Use cause & effect transition words.

Cause & Effect Transition Words

SS7G10 The student will discuss environmental issues across Southern and Eastern Asia

  • Describe the causes and effects of pollution on the Yangtze and Ganges Rivers.
  • Describe the causes and effects of air pollution and flooding in India and China

Air and Water Pollution

  • Causes of Pollution
  • Effects of Pollution
  • Problem

SS7G10 The student will discuss environmental issues across Southern and Eastern Asia. a. Describe the causes and effects of pollution on the Yangtze and Ganges Rivers. b. Describe the causes and effects of air pollution and flooding in India and China

  • CAUSE
  • Introduction- what is going on and where it’s going on.
  • EFFECTS
  • GOVERNMENT

Yangtze River- China

Ganges River- India

SS7G10 The student will discuss environmental issues across Southern and Eastern Asia

Flooding

  • Causes of Flooding
  • Effects of Flooding
  • Problem
  • Government Solutions

SS7G10 The student will discuss environmental issues across Southern and Eastern Asia. b. Describe the causes and effects of air pollution and flooding in India and China.

  • CAUSE
  • Introduction- what is going on and where it’s going on.
  • EFFECTS
  • GOVERNMENT

EVALUATION

  • The purpose of this work is:
  • The thing(s) I like best about the work are:
  • The thing(s) about the work that do not satisfy me are:
  • The most difficult thing about creating this was:

Green to brown overgrazing

  • FLOODING
  • IN CHINA & INDIA
  • MONSOONS,
  • Flash flood,
  • Typhoons, &
  • Wet season
  • DEFORESTATION
  • Soil erosion
  • MUDSLIDE
  • Failure to repair
  • Or maintain dams,
  • Silting up of dams,
  • Burst dams

China’s Air Pollution

  • CAUSE
  • * Major growth in industry, factories
  • EFFECTS
  • Lung cancer
  • Brown Cloud that is bad for respiratory
  • 1% of pop. Gets to breathe clean air
  • SOLUTIONS
  • Getting people to analyze problem & suggest clean ups
  • Develop clean energy sources (solar & wind Power)
  • Recurring
  • Floods
  • And
  • droughts
  • Leather
  • Industry
  • Pesticides
  • Inadequate
  • Cremation
  • Chemical,
  • Sewage, and other
  • Filth are
  • Dumped daily
  • People bathe,
  • Hindu rituals
  • Ganges River
  • Pollution
  • Causes
  • Holy men have
  • threatened to
  • commit suicide
  • To get the
  • river cleaned
  • Bathing water and
  • drinking water is
  • contaminated
  • Fecal matter
  • count is 4000
  • Times greater than
  • Bathing standards
  • Goods transported
  • On the river
  • Will be
  • contaminated
  • 350 mil people will
  • Be affected with
  • various diseases
  • Blank circle
  • Increasing pollution
  • Putting drinking water at risk for shanghai and many others.
  • Sewage problem
  • Animals and plant species will disappear out of the water (lack of food)
  • Industrial and agricultural discharges, along with sewage and ship wastes.
  • YANGTZE IS POLLUTED!!!!!!!
  • Fact: in a year 25 billion tons of poo goes into the Yangtze river over 10 percent of the countries total.
  • Pollution of
  • Yangtze
  • River
  • More than 40%
  • of
  • Raw sewage is
  • Spilling into the
  • River.
  • (25 billion poo)
  • Industrial &
  • Agriculture run
  • Off
  • (chemicals &
  • Pesticides)
  • EFFECTS
  • epidemics of
  • malaria,
  • schistosomiasis,
  • Encephalitis
  • Less than 50% of
  • the species are still
  • living
  • Pollution in
  • India
  • Indoor pollution
  • Burning of coal and
  • animal dung
  • Emissions.
  • Non-fuel efficient
  • engines.
  • Poor fuel quality
  • *lead
  • Mixing kerosene
  • and diesel
  • Autocratic
  • Oligarchic
  • Democratic
  • Unitary
  • Confederation
  • Federal

SS7E9 The student will explain how voluntary trade benefits buyers and sellers in Southern and Eastern Asia.

  • Explain how specialization encourages trade between countries.
  • b. Compare and contrast different types of trade barriers, such as tariffs, quotas, and embargos.
  • c. Explain why international trade requires a system for exchanging currencies between nations.

Outsourcing

  • When the U.S. or any country, sends jobs out to other countries for cheaper labor.
  • Cooper Lighting outsourced to Mexico and China.

Outsourcing

  • PROS
  • Saves the Entrepreneur $
  • Global economy prospers
  • Cheaper goods for U.S.
  • Living standards around the world get better.
  • Workers in developing nations get jobs.
  • Less money to produce, no factory needed only worker and desk.
  • CONS
  • American families in poverty.
  • American economy fails
  • US work force in hurt One out of three jobs are lost or at risk
  • Money on college education wasted.
  • Billions of dollars to build factories.
  • Business gets a tax credit for not outsourcing
  • Entrepreneur
  • Laborer

Outsourcing

  • Introduction-
  • Explanation of outsourcing
  • Who you are
  • State your argument
  • Pros- Entrepreneurs, Global Economy
  • Cons- Laborers, American Economy
  • How does outsourcing personally affect you and your family?

SS7E9 The student will explain how voluntary trade benefits buyers and sellers in Southern and Eastern Asia.

  • Explain how specialization encourages trade between countries.
  • b. Compare and contrast different types of trade barriers, such as tariffs, quotas, and embargos.
  • c. Explain why international trade requires a system for exchanging currencies between nations.

TRADE BARRIERS

  • TARIFF
  • QUOTA
  • EMBARGO
  • A TAX on imported goods
  • Japan has many tariffs on products to protect domestic businesses.
  • China- Freeport
  • A limit on the AMOUNT of goods that may be imported into a country
  • *Many countries place quotas on trade to protect their OWN businesses & domestic prod.

ECONOMIC GROWTH

  • HUMAN CAPITAL- The investment of money in human, employees, to make them smarter and more productive. On the job training, send you college, level education or literacy rate.
  • CAPITAL INVESTMENT- The investment of money in factories, machines, and/or tools so that companies will produce more efficiently.


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