USING THE PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE AND ECONOMICS TO ANALYZE AND EVALUATE DONALD TRUMP’S CAMPAIGN PROMISES, AND HOW WELL HE DELIVERED ON HIS CAMPAIGN PROMISES DURING HIS FIRST YEAR AS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Charles W. Johnston, Center for Graduate Studies, Baker College, Flint, Michigan, U.S.A.

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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH
Volume 18, Issue 3, p15-30, October 2018

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this research paper is to use some principles of finance and economics to objectively analyze and evaluate Donald Trump’s campaign promises and how well he delivered or failed to deliver on his campaign promises, domestic and foreign, during his first year as President of the United States of America. Overall, he promised to “make America great again”. The research method is primarily theoretical, but uses some empirical data. A variety of high-quality sources of information are used, including peer-reviewed journal articles, Trump’s campaign website, U.S. Government websites, and headline news articles. This research paper also predicts whether or not President Trump will achieve his campaign promises in the rest of his first four-year term as President.

Keywords

finance, Donald Trump’s campaign, articles


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