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This is an opportunity to examine your environmental scanning abilities and, at the same time, disco
This is an opportunity to examine your environmental scanning abilities and, at the same time, disco
This is an opportunity to examine your environmental scanning abilities and, at the same time, discover how every event that occurs, domestically or internationally, can affect both the business world and your personal life. Find a recent copy of a local newspaper and open it to the front page. Briefly state how economics can shed light on each of the six or so stories on the front
Economics   Catracho   119   Asked 6 months ago
Discuss the current rate of unemployment for the US economy (September 2018). Explain the natural ra
Discuss the current rate of unemployment for the US economy (September 2018). Explain the natural ra
Discuss the current rate of unemployment for the US economy (September 2018). Explain the natural rate of unemployment and discuss why some amount of unemployment is inevitable? Post two critical peer reviews
Economics   Catracho   187   Asked 8 months ago
“In the circular flow diagram, the value of all the income in the economy is greater than the ...
“In the circular flow diagram, the value of all the income in the economy is greater than the ...
5.   Assess the validity of the following quote and provide explanation for your answer [max 60 words]
Economics   abunai   142   Asked A year ago
MONOPOLY: a) Calculate the quantity effect and price effect of a price cut from $6 to $5. Estimat
MONOPOLY: a) Calculate the quantity effect and price effect of a price cut from $6 to $5. Estimat
a)    Calculate the quantity effect and price effect of a price cut from $6 to $5. Estimate the change in total revenue due to the price cut. Explain your answer.

b)   Comment on the elasticity of the demand curve between the price range of $5 to $6. Explain your answer


Any help would be appreciated!!  Thanks in advance!!
Economics   alaska47   105   Asked A year ago
Would the pharmaceutical industry work more efficiently if all basic research was moved from private ...
Would the pharmaceutical industry work more efficiently if all basic research was moved from private ...
Would the pharmaceutical industry work more efficiently if all basic research was moved from private laboratories to Universities?
Economics   thefinals23   597   Asked 2 years ago
How is surge pricing ensuring the market is allocative efficient?
How is surge pricing ensuring the market is allocative efficient?
How is surge pricing ensuring the market is allocative efficient? Explain how consumer and producer surplus change as a result of price surging. Why would these changes upset customers?
Economics   r5708486   424   Asked 2 years ago
If weak aggregate demand is pushing the economy into recession, which of the following must be true?
If weak aggregate demand is pushing the economy into recession, which of the following must be true?
If weak aggregate demand is pushing the economy into recession, which of the following must be true?
      
a.The economy is at an equilibrium that is on the long-run aggregate supply curve.
      
b.The economy is at an equilibrium that is on the long-run Phillips curve.
      
c. The economy is at an equilibrium that is not on the long-run Phillips curve.
Economics   mikemey   484   Asked 2 years ago
Suppose the current price of barley is $70 per tonne and at that price 100,0 ..
Suppose the current price of barley is $70 per tonne and at that price 100,0 ..
Suppose the current price of barley is $70 per tonne and at that price 100,000 tonnes are grown by a Victorian farmer. If the price of barley rises to $30 a tonne and quantity supplied increases to 130,000 tonnes, then using the mid-point method, the price of elasticity of supply for barley equals:
Economics   PHaMRoL1952   257   Asked 2 years ago
If the price of beef increased by 20 percent and the quantity supplied ...
If the price of beef increased by 20 percent and the quantity supplied ...
If the price of beef increased by 20 percent and the quantity supplied increased by 10 percent, then the price of beef is:
Economics   PHaMRoL1952   189   Asked 2 years ago
If the price elasticity of demand for petrol equals 0.3, then an increase in the price of...
If the price elasticity of demand for petrol equals 0.3, then an increase in the price of...
If the price elasticity of demand for petrol equals 0.3, then an increase in the price of a litre of petrol $3.70 to $3.90
A.   Increases total revenue
B.   Decreases total revenue
C.   Leads to no change in total revenue
D.   Makes the demand for petrol elastic
E.   Both B and D are correct
Economics   PHaMRoL1952   192   Asked 2 years ago
As part of the class requirements, our last assignment is a micro economic...
As part of the class requirements, our last assignment is a micro economic...
Micro Economic Analysis - Final Discussion Forum
As part of the class requirements, our last assignment is a micro economic analysis of a current event/firm. Please, select an article or articles for Wall Street Journal and/or the Economist. The article(s) shall not older than one month old. Your analysis shall not exceed two pages (double spaced). Please use a professional for
Economics   stephanieliu   202   Asked 3 years ago
Should the government provide assistance at taxpayers’ expense to those people w
Should the government provide assistance at taxpayers’ expense to those people w
Should the government provide assistance at taxpayers’ expense to those people who received these sub-prime loans and now have trouble keeping their homes?
Economics   ilayza16   179   Asked 3 years ago
How do firms in monopolistic competition compete?
How do firms in monopolistic competition compete?
How do firms in monopolistic competition compete? 
Economics   HKMO   212   Asked 3 years ago
How does a firm in monopolistic competition decide how much to produce and at
How does a firm in monopolistic competition decide how much to produce and at
How does a firm in monopolistic competition decide how much to produce and at what price to offer its product for sale?
Economics   HKMO   123   Asked 3 years ago
Why can a firm in monopolistic competition make an economic profit only in th
Why can a firm in monopolistic competition make an economic profit only in th
Why can a firm in monopolistic competition make an economic profit only in the short run?
Economics   HKMO   135   Asked 3 years ago
What you would recommend a country change to encourage a stronger rate of econom
What you would recommend a country change to encourage a stronger rate of econom
what you would recommend a country change to encourage a stronger rate of economic for its citizens?
Economics   cathy1129   248   Asked 3 years ago
When wealth ________, saving supply ________, and the supply of loanable funds c
When wealth ________, saving supply ________, and the supply of loanable funds c
When wealth ________, saving supply ________, and the supply of loanable funds curve shifts ________.
   
A.decreases; decreases; leftward
B.increases; increases; leftward
C.decreases; decreases; rightward
D.increases; decreases; leftward
E.increases; increases; rightward
Economics   kokobean1130   148   Asked 3 years ago
An increase in wealth ________ saving supply, and the supply of loanable funds c
An increase in wealth ________ saving supply, and the supply of loanable funds c
An increase in wealth ________ saving supply, and the supply of loanable funds curve ________.

   
A.decreases; shifts rightward
B.decreases; shifts leftward
C.increases; shifts rightward
D.increases; shifts leftward
E.does not change; does not shift
Economics   kokobean1130   166   Asked 3 years ago
India's government runs a government budget surplus. If there is no Ricardo-Ba
India's government runs a government budget surplus. If there is no Ricardo-Ba
   
India's government runs a government budget surplus. If there is no Ricardo-Barro effect, the surplus means that the

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A.private supply of loanable funds curve lies to the left of the supply of loanable funds curve.
B.private demand for loanable funds curve lies to the left of the demand for loanable funds curve.
C.private supply of loan
Economics   kokobean1130   244   Asked 3 years ago
In the loanable funds market, if the real interest rate is higher than the equ
In the loanable funds market, if the real interest rate is higher than the equ
   
In the loanable funds market, if the real interest rate is higher than the equilibrium real interest rate,

Answers:   
A.there is a shortage of loanable funds.
B.there is a surplus of loanable funds.
C.there is a surplus of investment.
D.the demand for loanable funds curve shifts rightward to restore the equilibrium.
E.the demand for loanable
Economics   kokobean1130   212   Asked 3 years ago
As a result of the government's rescue of financial firms and the auto industry
As a result of the government's rescue of financial firms and the auto industry
As a result of the government's rescue of financial firms and the auto industry in 2008, which of the following occurred?

i. The governments demand for loanable funds increased the real interest rate
ii. Investment expenditures were crowded out
iii. The supply of loanable funds curve shifted leftward

Answers:   
A.i and ii
B.i, ii and iii
Economics   kokobean1130   207   Asked 3 years ago
The quantity of loanable funds demanded increases if the real interest rate fall
The quantity of loanable funds demanded increases if the real interest rate fall
The quantity of loanable funds demanded increases if the real interest rate falls, all other things remaining the same, because the real interest rate

Answers:   
A.determines the cost of living.
B.is the opportunity cost of investment.
C.affects the quantity of saving supplied.
D.is not related to the price of bonds and stocks.
E.affects the supply
Economics   kokobean1130   160   Asked 3 years ago
Which of the following formulas is correct?
Which of the following formulas is correct?
Which of the following formulas is correct?

Answers:   
A.Net investment = gross investment + depreciation
B.Net investment = gross investment + capital
C.Net investment = gross investment - depreciation
D.Net investment = gross investment - saving
E.Net investment = gross investment - wealth
Economics   kokobean1130   162   Asked 3 years ago
During a recession, firms' expected profit from investment ________ so the deman
During a recession, firms' expected profit from investment ________ so the deman
During a recession, firms' expected profit from investment ________ so the demand for loanable funds curve ________.

Answers:   
A.falls; shifts rightward
B.falls; shifts leftward
C.rises; shifts rightward
D.rises; shifts leftward
E.falls; does not shift
Economics   kokobean1130   242   Asked 3 years ago
If the real interest rate falls, there is
If the real interest rate falls, there is
If the real interest rate falls, there is

Answers:   
A.an upward movement along the demand for loanable funds curve.
B.a downward movement along the demand for loanable funds curve.
C.a rightward shift of the demand for loanable funds curve.
D.a leftward shift of the demand for loanable funds curve.
E.a leftward shift of the supply of loanable fund
Economics   kokobean1130   206   Asked 3 years ago
An increase in disposable income leads to a
An increase in disposable income leads to a
An increase in disposable income leads to a

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A.leftward shift of the demand for loanable funds curve.
B.downward movement along the supply of loanable funds curve.
C.rightward shift of the supply of loanable funds curve.
D.leftward shift of the supply of loanable funds curve.
E.rightward shift of the demand for loanable funds curve.
Economics   kokobean1130   174   Asked 3 years ago
U.S. capital at the end of 2012 equals U.S. capital at the beginning of 2012 p
U.S. capital at the end of 2012 equals U.S. capital at the beginning of 2012 p
U.S. capital at the end of 2012 equals U.S. capital at the beginning of 2012 plus
Answers:   

A.nothing, because capital can't change in just one year.
B.gross investment during 2012.
C.gross investment during 2012 minus net investment in 2012.
D.net investment during 2012.
E.depreciation during 2012 minus gross investment during 2012.
Economics   kokobean1130   189   Asked 3 years ago
The distinction between physical and financial capital is that
The distinction between physical and financial capital is that
The distinction between physical and financial capital is that
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A.physical capital is equal to financial capital plus depreciation.
B.financial capital is used to purchase and operate physical capital.
C.the value of financial capital depends on the amount of available physical capital.
D.physical capital is equal to financial capital minus de
Economics   kokobean1130   508   Asked 3 years ago
A decrease in wealth leads to a
A decrease in wealth leads to a
A decrease in wealth leads to a
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A.leftward shift of the demand for loanable funds curve.
B.downward movement along the supply of loanable funds curve.
C.rightward shift of the supply of loanable funds curve.
D.leftward shift of the supply of loanable funds curve.
E.rightward shift of the demand for loanable funds curve
Economics   kokobean1130   151   Asked 3 years ago
If the interest rate on student loans ________, students will ________.
If the interest rate on student loans ________, students will ________.
If the interest rate on student loans ________, students will ________.
Answers:   

A.rises from 6 percent to 12 percent; increase their saving in order to pay back the loan sooner
B.rises from 6 percent to 12 percent; increase their consumption before it becomes too expensive
C.falls from 6 percent to 1 percent; increase their saving in order to pay back the
Economics   kokobean1130   199   Asked 3 years ago
The "crowding-out effect" refers to how a government budget deficit
The "crowding-out effect" refers to how a government budget deficit
The "crowding-out effect" refers to how a government budget deficit
Answers:   

A.shifts only the supply of loanable funds curve leftward.
B.shifts only the demand for loanable funds curve leftward.
C.shifts both the demand for and the supply of loanable funds curves leftward.
D.decreases the equilibrium quantity of investment.
E.increases
Economics   kokobean1130   204   Asked 3 years ago
Which of the following factors does NOT shift the supply of loanable funds curve
Which of the following factors does NOT shift the supply of loanable funds curve
Which of the following factors does NOT shift the supply of loanable funds curve?

1)Change in disposable income
2) Change in wealth
3) Change in expected income

A) 1
B) 2
C) 3
D) 1 & 2
E)  2 & 3
Economics   kokobean1130   271   Asked 3 years ago
The equilibrium real exchange rate is determined at the intersection of the ____
The equilibrium real exchange rate is determined at the intersection of the ____
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Economics   hscbio   175   Asked 3 years ago
Suppose the real exchange rate between U.S. goods and European goods is 0.8. Acc
Suppose the real exchange rate between U.S. goods and European goods is 0.8. Acc
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Economics   hscbio   184   Asked 3 years ago
Suppose the real exchange rate between U.S. goods and European goods is 1.5. Acc
Suppose the real exchange rate between U.S. goods and European goods is 1.5. Acc
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Economics   hscbio   169   Asked 3 years ago
Under the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP)...
Under the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP)...
Under the Small Business Options Program (SHOP) provision of the health care plan, a small firm's employees would be pooled with the employees of other small firms. When an insurance plan covers a large number of people.
A) moral hazard is reduced
B) adverse selection problems are reduced
C) asymmetric information issues are eliminated
D) negative externalit
Economics   zellyen   774   Asked 3 years ago
Discussing the factors that shift the labor demand curve. In your answer, be sur
Discussing the factors that shift the labor demand curve. In your answer, be sur
discussing the factors that shift the labor demand curve. In your answer, be sure to describe the effect of each factor.
Economics   trollfam1   638   Asked 3 years ago
What is recent proposed use for many reservations
What is recent proposed use for many reservations
What is recent proposed use for many reservations
Economics   a299bjr   1213   Asked 3 years ago
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