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Course Code   :  L1031
Course Title   :  microeconomics
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Task: Questions: 1. a. Carefully define the concept of contract curve. Given an economy with two individuals, how can we find its contract curve? Provide an intuition for your answer. (15 marks) b. Discuss the relationships between the concepts of Pareto efficiency, general competitive equilibrium, and equity in an economy. You may use an appropriate graph to help your discussion. (20 marks) c. What is the condition characterizing a general co...

Course Code   :  Econ 101
Course Title   :  economics
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Marina's Water Demand Schedule 1. (20 points) Below is a table showing the town of Marina’s demand schedule for water. Assume the town’s water sellers incur only a fixed cost of \$1,000 and (a constant) marginal cost of \$1 per gallon. a. If the market for water in Marina is perfectly competitive, the equilibrium price of water is \$____ per gallon and the equilibrium quantity of water sold is ____ gallons. If the market for water i...

Course Code   :  ECOM042
Course Title   :  econometrics 1
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Question 1(a) A researcher estimated an MA(1) â€” GARCH(1,1) model for the daily percentage returns on the MX 200 Australian stock market index over the last five weeks of trading and obtained the results: r, = 0.34 + 1.05u1_ r + u, â€¢ = 0.27 + 0.0514_, + 0.93a? I The log-likelihood was 718.2Â (i) Is the process for rt invertible in this model? Justify your answer. (0.5 marks) (ii) Is the condition...

Course Code   :  ECON101
Course Title   :  principles of microeconomics
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Question 1: Supply and Demand DiagramMicroeconomics Case Study: Supply and Demand "Coffee Prices set to Soar"  1. a) Draw and completely label a Supply and Demand diagram. Clearly indicate the equilibrium price (Pe) and the equilibrium quantity (Qe) on your graph. You do not need to use actual numbers for your price and quantity, just use Pe and Qe. Lastly, label your graph the "World Market for Coffee" on the x-axis. [3 marks]  b)...

Course Code   :  EN126
Course Title   :  economics and finance in action
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Part A: Excel KnowledgePart A (30 marks) covers knowledge of Excel. There will be 4 questions.1. Resolving errors in Excel (6 marks)You will be shown some screenshots of errors you may encounter when trying to do some analysis in Excel (e.g. a graph with the row and column variable incorrectly specified). For each of the errors shown, you need toâ€¢ explain what is causing the error, andâ€¢ describe how to corre...

Course Code   :  ECON421
Course Title   :  Feasibility Studies and Project Evaluation
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Question 1: Trade Models and Pareto ImprovementFor 1, if you write down information about the trade models that are irrelevant to this specific question, you will get only 1/3 of the points even if you have the correct answers in the mix. Copying everything from lecture notes because you have time and access is a bad strategy. It demonstrates that you don’t understand the question and will be penalized. For 2, you need to offer bot...

Course Code   :  ECON2010
Course Title   :  principles of microeconomics
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The impact of Germany's economic contraction on global marketsPresident Trump’s biggest achievement has been the revival of faster U.S. economic growth, but past performance is no guarantee of future results. The White House should be worried about growing economic strains in the rest of the world, and policy makers need to prepare.The U.S. is not an island. For now the American economy and especially the labor market seem strong as tax ...

Course Code   :  FIBS3002
Course Title   :  english for academic purposes research and study skills
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Task: Outline   As part of the English for Academic Purposes, Research and Study Skills course you are required to write an essay on the Topic of Climate Change or Fast Fashion; you are also expected to evidence the stages of your essay research, planning, and writing progress in the Essay Research Workbook.  Aims:• To assess your ability to plan, outline, and structure your essay in order to develop a clear argument•&nb...

Course Code   :  ECON600
Course Title   :  Managerial Economics
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Corporate Culture of Creativity, Ingenuity, and Global ResponsibilityExample for Yamaha : Yamaha’s corporate culture is characterized by creativity, ingenuity, and global responsibility. Perhaps most importantly, Yamaha strives to be a “kando creating” organization. “Kando” is the Japanese word expressing the feelings of overwhelming satisfaction and excitement felt when one experiences something of great value. (...

Course Code   :  FIBS3002
Course Title   :  English For Academic Purposes
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TaskAs part of the English for Academic Purposes, Research and Study Skills course you are required to deliver a group presentation and you will also need to respond to questions to at least the standard required at academic level. The presentation will last 7-10 minutes, and the Q&A should last between 3-5 minutes. As a follow on from the Presentation students will also individually write a short Report outlining the process of applying a t...

Course Code   :  ECON101
Course Title   :  principles of microeconomics
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Suppose that initially, the wheat market is in equilibrium, at a price of \$1.50 per kilogram and quantity of 45 million kilograms per month. Then a flood in several regions of South America disrupts exports from the region, shifting the supply for wheat from S1 to S2. The price of wheat begins to rise and consumers protest. The federal government responds by setting a price ceiling of \$1.50 per Kilogram. Use the graph to answer the follow...

Course Code   :  MOD3327
Course Title   :  economics for business
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Task 1: Answering the question on when and why inputs and costs impact production decisions1. This report assignment must be completed individually.  2. You must use the Harvard referencing system. 3. Your work must indicate the number of words you have used on the cover page. Written assignments must not exceed the specified maximum number of words. When a written assignment is marked, the excessive use of words beyond the word limit...

Course Code   :  ECON10162
Course Title   :  applied economics
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Assumptions of the Solow Growth Model The Solow Growth Model is identified as an exogenous model in economic growth. This model is usually essential in analyzing changes in the outputs levels in an economy over a while. The changes in economic growth mainly occur due to the change in the savings rate, the rate of technological progress, and the population growth rate. In other words, the changes are recognized as a result of a change in socio...

Course Code   :  BUSN732
Course Title   :  business communications
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Discussion DetailsThe Context Is the 4-day workweek a good idea? In this assignment you will discuss this topic within a Canadian context. This assignment gives you an opportunity to read and critically assess divergent points of view and to present your findings in a short report. The Approach Several articles on the 4-day workweek are provided for your below. 1. Skim the articles so that you can obtain an overview of the pros and cons of im...

Course Code   :  IND301
Course Title   :  Cornerstone
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The Current State of Electric Vehicle Sales in the United StatesThe introduction paragraph should include a “hook” to grab the reader, some contextual information about your topic, and your thesis statement as the last sentence of the paragraph. The wording in red is an example of an introduction; delete the red text and all of the information in brackets before beginning your assignment.] In the year 2016, Americans purchased appr...