Ashish just finished his first online course that will count towards his high school diploma: Macroeconomics! Overall, he performed very well throughout the course, and really enjoyed the material. Ashish wrote a one page essay as his final exam, which discussed the role of his country of choice (the United States) in the world economy.
The United States is the world’s most powerful economy. Despite the racial tensions, the United States thrives today because the people are talented. And despite this, animosity cannot really stop the economic growth of the country. The youth of our country must work with business to grow the vision statement outside the boundaries with which the United States has trust with.
The United States is the most developed country in the world. It has one of the best educational systems in the world. This equips the workforce to make high tech goods. Ricardo’s law requires us to import raw materials and components from other countries. In turn this allows us to export high tech goods like semiconductors and oil exploration equipment to the rest of the world. We also share our natural resources with other countries that allow the ‘Made in USA’ label goods into their country. The countries should set prices that are based on supply and demand, and are fair to one another. The United States has one of the best transportation systems in the world. This transportation hub in the world economy permits rapid movement of raw materials and goods around the world.
The United States has an open immigration policy. The benefits of this policy are numerous, like our dominance in computer technology. Trump’s late breaking immigration policies may thwart the open policy and result in decrease in innovation. Migrant labor may have to leave the country. Families will be torn apart!
The vast number of countries demand the highest level of integrity in their dealings with one another. The United States must educate the World Bank and major trade organizations to conduct dealings ethically. These institutions ought to hear the concerns of the member countries and resolve the issues in a fair and expeditious manner.
As the most powerful country in the world, the United States’ role in the world economy rests upon the role of the rest of the world, and is ten times the weight of the standard measure of that role. Our responsibility is to standardize the workings of the world economy and ensure fair dealings for all countries.
We are so proud of how far Ashish’s writing skills have come! Not only has he truly demonstrated his mastery of Macroeconomics, but he wrote this essay in only 2 sittings! His drive and stamina is certainly to be admired.
Overall, he has done fantastically in his first course, and we are excited to see his performance in the courses to come!