Posted by: Ed Darrell | September 11, 2008

P.E.G.S. analysis chart

Below the fold, a copy of the PEGS analysis chart.

Political Economic Geographic Social
Government Structure Monetary System The physical environment in which people live and interact Family life
Government Changes Banking System The benefits and drawbacks created by the physical environment in which people live and interact Gender roles
Rights of Citizens Trade Laws regarding behavior
Conflicts/Wars Products for export/import Arts and literature
Treaties/Alliances Industry Traditions and customs
Territorial Acquisitions Agriculture Religious practices
Role of Government Standard of living Leisure time and recreation
Elections Employment Education
Political Participation (voting, protesting, lobbying Technology and Innovation Clothing and food
Court decisions Taxes
How people meet their basic needs


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