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Analysis of the Economic Impact of the US Presidential Candidates on the United States and China

Pengzhi Yin, Jiasi Peng

Abstract


The presidential election of art and industry: the contest between Trump and Biden has been staged. They have different tax, minimum wage, energy, technology, trade and other strategies, which will inevitably have an impact on the economy of the United States and China. Our team chose this mathematician modeling project to scientifically evaluate the impact of the new president of the United States on the economy of the two countries, and put forward our coping strategies.

Keywords


US Presidential Election; Economic Impact; Mathematical Modeling; International Relation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/fm.v6i1.3062

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