Look at an economic process of your choosing, and focus on at least one ‘bad’ involved in that process

Economic processes produce outputs through involving many people, and groups of people (some of them active agents in the process, and some of them external to it). The complexities and layers of relationships often produce ‘goods’ and ‘bads’ simultaneously. You’ll look at an economic process of your choosing, and focus on at least one ‘bad’… Continue reading Look at an economic process of your choosing, and focus on at least one ‘bad’ involved in that process

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rationality

introduce a short video clip (2-3 minutes long) related in some way to bounded rationality(attached). you have to write a 2-3 page summary explaining the relevance and academic value of your video. – Talk about what is bounded rationality – Talk about how ted talk (https://www.ted.com/talks/joachim_de_posada_don_t_eat_the_marshmallow?language=en) related to the video been chosen and attached and… Continue reading rationality

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Financing and Track Record

Hello! I am currently in the class Finance Economics and Decision Making. Part of my MBA program. This weeks assignment is part three of a final project and I am currently struggling in this course. The business I have chosen for this project has been Nordstrom and if they made expansion efforts to bring their… Continue reading Financing and Track Record

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Neo-classical and Marxian perspective/Management and labor relations from Marxian Perspectives/Race Management

You must answer three short essay questions from Category A, B and C while following all instructions given on the next page. Each essay should be around 2-2.5 pages each and your exam must not exceed 7 pages. CATEGORY A/ Synthesis of Neo-classical and Marxian Perspectives Question 1: Compare and contrast neo-classical and Marxian theory… Continue reading Neo-classical and Marxian perspective/Management and labor relations from Marxian Perspectives/Race Management

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World’s Economies

Project Description: Economic processes produce outputs through involving many people, and groups of people (some of them active agents in the process, and some of them external to it). The complexities and layers of relationships often produce ‘goods’ and ‘bads’ simultaneously. In this project, you’ll look at an economic process of your choosing, and focus… Continue reading World’s Economies

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World’s Economies

Project Description: Economic processes produce outputs through involving many people, and groups of people (some of them active agents in the process, and some of them external to it). The complexities and layers of relationships often produce ‘goods’ and ‘bads’ simultaneously. In this project, you’ll look at an economic process of your choosing, and focus… Continue reading World’s Economies

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The Great Recession of 2008 – Causes and Consequences

Your paper must have a clearly defined objective. The research component requires that you specify a methodology to accomplish your objective. Once you have selected a topic, be sure to conduct a thorough Review of Literature on the subject. The minimum length of your course paper is 8 pages, double-spaced without the title page and… Continue reading The Great Recession of 2008 – Causes and Consequences

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Quiz 4 Pt. 2

In half a page explain how consumer demand has been affected by the pandemic. Include issues like household incomes, COVID restrictions (for example restaurants not being open etc.), and increases of prices. In half a page explain how the supply of products have been affected by the pandemic. Include issues like the production process (shutdowns… Continue reading Quiz 4 Pt. 2

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Gun control

clearly stated and appropriately focused; Student created research questions clearly discussed thorough and relevant sharp, distinct focus; balanced, substantial, specific, and/or illustrative content; mature ideas are particularly well-developed obviously controlled and/or subtle organization strong topic sentences writer’s voice is strong; precision in tone, sentence structure, and word choice

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Compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of fiscal policy and monetary policy.

Compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of fiscal policy and monetary policy. However, to help you get started, concentrate on two distinct chapters in the Schiller textbook. See chapter 11 for an analysis of the strengths of fiscal policy, with some weaknesses. See chapter 12 for key limitations to fiscal policy. See chapters 13,… Continue reading Compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of fiscal policy and monetary policy.

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