Inforgraphic Order Description You are to create an Infographic that discusses the costs and benefits of the new child care policy attached.The costs and benefits. Costs and benefits can be financial, political, or social. Generally, financial costs whereas benefits tend to be more societal benefits, though you may make an argument the policy could save money in the long run. For samples of costs/benefits refer to the Voter Guide examples under œFiscal Effects. The Voter Guides focus more on financial aspects, but it is expected that you discuss societal benefits (example: better health for children, lower medical costs). For sample general infographics, go to To create your own infographic, there are free resources out there, including Piktochart and infographic should be simple with detailed information. The visuals you choose to use should relate to the issue at hand. Make sure you cover 1.Costs: Economic, legal, political, social 2. Benefits: Economic, political, social 7. capital control analysis Order Description The last quarter of the 20th century was characterized by the liberalization and globalization of the financial sector. It was widely believed that financial deregulation would allow for a more efficient allocation of resources, thus contributing to the acceleration of the process of economic growth. The liberalization of the capital account was also perceived as enhancing growth by allowing the more efficient allocation of international financial resources. This consensus, however, was put into question as a result of the 2007-08 financial crisis. While a new consensus is yet to arise, a vibrant debate is currently taking place about the pros and cons of re-regulating the capital account. Write a short academic paper on the rationale and wisdom of introducing capital controls (i.e., of reducing the degree of capital mobility). You may select a case study or studies to focus your essay. Your essay must have a clear thesis and include a brief introduction and conclusion. Your paper must be about 1500 words in length (5-6 double-space pages, without counting the references) and make reference to at least five academic works published on the topic. This essay will be due at the beginning of class on March 17. Please note that the penalty for late submission will be five percentage points per day independently of the reason (e.g., illness, computer problems, etc.). Note that the paper must also be submitted online to When submitting your paper to you must refer to Class ID: 9221438 and Enrollment Password: eco209-101. The University requires that the following paragraph be included in the syllabus of all courses using œNormally, students will be required to submit their course essays to for a review of textual similarity and detection of possible plagiarism. In doing so, students will allow their essays to be included as source documents in the reference database, where they will be used solely for the purpose of detecting plagiarism. The terms that apply to the University’s use of the service are described on the web site.