With a slow and stable inflation target of 2% and an aim to “kickstart Japan’s economic growth”  the Bank of Japan (BoJ )has decided to implement an unconventional monetary policy with interest rates below the zero level bound to curb the highly stagnated deflationary spiral. Deflation is a sustained fall in the general price …

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After the repeal of the Corn Laws and the subsequent split of the Conservative Party, a very interesting passage in British politics ensued in which differences and division were paramount. Indeed this is exemplified by the fact that there were eight ministries in this relatively brief period. There are two suggestions for this. Firstly it …

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Ewles and Sinmnett, (2010) demonstrates that Bradshaw Taxonomy (1972) theory identify that long-term smokers might feel that they want to have lung cancer screening done at an earlier stage but do as well continue to smoke, the individual felt need may be restricted for example to their awareness and knowledge about the signs and symptoms …

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First, the inquisition was a tribunal established by the Roman Catholic in the Middle Ages for the discovery of heresy. The tribunals singled out non-believers and other criminals and rendered punishment before formal charges could be levied. It used torture to gain confessions and repentance from alleged heretics. The church continued the establishment because they …

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