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Course Code   :  ECOM056
Course Title   :  Foundations of Microeconomics
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Question: Question 1 Consider Helen who can spend her income of £200 on two products: Food (F) andLuxuries (L). Helen’s tastes are represented by the following utility function: Food sells for £2 per unit and luxuries sell for £5 per unit. (a) Write down the equation for Helen’s budget constraint and show it in a diagram. (b)Knowing that marginal utilities for respectively, compute the amounts of each good in H...

Course Code   :  MBA3301
Course Title   :  managerial economics
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Case 1 – Public sectors costing decisionCase 1 – Public sectors costing decisionA particularly controversial example of the law of diminishing returns is in the area of state, or public, spending. Some recent studies indicate that diminishing returns have been very much in evidence in developed countries in recent decades, with returns even being negative in some cases. An example is the IMF paper by Tanzi and Schuknecht,5 which exam...

Course Code   :  MMPA 508
Course Title   :  economics
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Questions1. This question will involve using the equation for the isocost line to calculate a setof plot points for an isocost line. Use the prices (pLandpK) and expenditure levels(E1andE2) from the Parameter table, calculate two sets of points for two isocost lines(in the Table of plot points) for the range ofqLshown in the table. Each set of plotpoints is for an isocost curve (IE1andIE2). Note, if you calculate a negative number,leave it blank....

Course Code   :  Econ1089
Course Title   :  international trade
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The country chooses the USA To answer the assignment questions first get the data to follow these steps. 1. This assignment requires you to obtain data from one country (1) of your choosing. 2. Obtain country-level data on trade (% GDP) from the World Bankâ€™s World Development Indicators (http://databank.worldbank.org/data/source/world-development-indicators). 3. Obtain data on industrial pay inequality difference from UTIP-UNID...

Course Code   :  BUSM4694
Course Title   :  political economy of international business
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Overview of your theoryFor theory and industry up to the writer to choose. The world of international business is complex and contested. It is also changing rapidly. These changes apply to international business as a whole, the frameworks and structures of businesses themselves, and the way we understand them. The task of this assignment is to select one of the four international business theories that we have looked at in weeks 6 and 7 of this ...

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Graph of nominal and real GDPUsing the StatsNZ nominal GDP (NGDP), real GDP (RGDP) and resident populationdata (RPop) you have downloaded, complete the following. You may wish to enter thisdata into the Part 1 data sheet in theEcon141 20-1 assignment dataExcel file.1. Graph the two GDP series you have downloaded - make sure to label both. PlaceGDP on the vertical axis and time on the horizontal axis.2.(i) How much did NGDP grow between 2004 and ...

Course Code   :  ECO201E
Course Title   :  managerial economics
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Question 1 (a) Consider an economy where rice is the staple food and the rice market is perfectly competitive. Initially the consumers paid the market equilibrium price for rice. (i) Using a diagram for the rice market, analyse the market equilibrium, the consumer surplus and the producer surplus. Your diagram needs to have a proper shape of the demand and supply curve that correctly reflects the demand and supply elasticities.  (ii) Anal...

Course Code   :  ECON 1110
Course Title   :  micro economics
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Q1a. Does perfect competition, as we have defined it in the lecture, exist in the real world? Explain your answer. b. Why do we study the perfectly competitive model?   Q2a. Given the information in Table 1 for a firm operating in a perfectly competitive market, expand the table and calculate TC, TR, and profit for each level of Q. Assume TFC = \$65 and P = \$4. Use this data to determine and indicate the output and dollar amount at which t...

Course Code   :  MGMT2401
Course Title   :  principles of management
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Step-by-step InstructionsEconomics in the News-Written AssignmentIndividually analyze a news article to explain how the macroeconomics topics covered in this course relate to the current economic situation in Canada. Based on your understanding of the information, you will also identify and explain the impact on individuals and/or businesses. Step-by-step Instructions: 1.Select. Find a recent news article (published within past month) that relat...

Course Code   :  econ 3t03
Course Title   :  Economics Development
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Question 1: Leap FroggingIn Chapter 8 we discussed Leap frogging in details. Can you identify 2 meaningful reasons why leap frogging may not occur in real life scenarios. Explain clearly in few sentences why in your opinion each of these reasons may prevent Leap frogging to occur?QUESTION 2 (Chapter 9)                        &n...

Course Code   :  MBAF504
Course Title   :  economics form a business perspective
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Find a current event article about supply and demand (less than one year old). Preferably the article will be from the UCW database of newspapers and magazines or other reliable source. It need not be a complicated article nor does it necessarily have to mention the words supply and demand. However, it should be interesting to you.  The purpose of this exercise is for you to demonstrate that you understand the law of supply and demand. ...

Course Code   :  5IB004
Course Title   :  Economics of Managerial Decision Making
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Background Information Question 1 a. The demand for gym membership at Ace Body is linear and when the price per membership is £80, zero units are demanded. When the price of gym membership is £0, then 80 units are demanded. The supply of gym membership is also linear and when the price for gym membership is £10, zero units are supplied. When the price of gym membership is £100, then 90 units are supplied. i.&nb...

Course Code   :  BSL305
Course Title   :  company law
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Question OneQuestion One In order to obtain the funds necessary to expand its business Growth Ltd is to make a \$12M share issue. Advise the directors of Growth Ltd over the following matters. Hint: The best practice questions to use from workshops is workshop 3 questions 1, 3 and 4  Only write maximum 1/2 page to answer this question Required: (a)Can the funds be raised without a prospectus? (b)If a prospectus is prepared, will the ...

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PART AFor each question that involves a diagram you should (a) describe the change(s) you have shown, and(b) explain why the adjustments you have described occur. PART A Answer the following questions with reference to Policy assessment 1 1. How would “reduced world activity will mean lower demand for many of New Zealand’s exports” berepresented in an AD-AS diagram? For this question, assume that the SRAS and LRAS curves ...

Course Code   :  HRM742 |#| business management & organizational behaviour
Course Title   :  business management & organizational behaviour
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The Formula for Calculating Exchange RatesConsider the following formula Ets\$=\$t+1  s\$=\$t = i\$t  i\$t;where s\$=\$t is the logarithm of the nominal exchange rate in period t deÖned as pounds per dollar; i\$ tis the short term interest rate in the UK and i\$tis theshort term interest rate in the US. 1) The formula above captures which theory? a) Purchasing Power Parity b) The International Trilemma c) Uncovered Interest Rate Parit...