FORECASTING PROJECT The following table represents the demand for a product for the years 1990 to 2007: Year Quantity 1990 2753 1991 2634 1992 3169 1993 3301 1994 3754 1995 3834 1996 5117 1997 6448 1998 7908 1999 9213 2000 11502 2001 10791 2002 10022 2003 8342 2004 10453 2005 10784 2006 10718 2007 12460
A reduction in the demand for money is the equivalent of a(n) ______ in velocity and will shift the aggregate demand curve to the _______
Go to the internet auction site eBay at www.ebay.com and select the category Jewelry and Watches, followed by Loose Diamonds and Gemstones, and then Diamonds, Natural. How many natural diamonds are for sale at the moment? Note the wide array of sizes and prices of the diamonds. In what sense is there competition among the seller
Part A: The government decides to tax cookbooks because they feel that they encourage overeating and can lead to health issues, such as obesity and heart disease. Answer the following: in 600-800 words - What type of tax is this? Explain. - What happens to the supply of cookbooks? - What happens to the equilibrium price?
Describe what would happen if an outside agency determined the prices eBay could charge.
Shoes For Less (SFL) hires you to determine the demand for their shoes, and you estimate this to be: Qd = 32,000 - 1200P + 600Pc + 1.2Y + 0.06A where the independent variables are respectively: price of SFL's shoes, price of competitors' shoes, per capita income (in $) and advertising (in $) by SFL. You observe that compet
Starting with the estimated demand function for Chevrolet given in problem 2, assume that the average value of the independent variables changes to N=225 million, I= 12,000, PF=10,000, Pg=100 cents, A=250,000, and p1=0 (ie. The incentives are phased out). 3(a). Find the equation of the new demand curve for Chevrolets. 3(b).
Answer all questions, a through f. On questions c, d, e and f show your math. Suppose that the demand and supply functions for good X are as follows: QD = 75 + (.004)*M - 4*P QS = -43 - (.4)*(PI) + 3*P a. Is this good a normal good or an inferior good? How do we know? b. Is the sign correct on the coefficient in f
According to an article in the Wall street Journal, during 2006, the demand for full-size pickup trucks declined as a result of rising gas prices and a decline in housing construction (construction firms are an important part of the market for full-size pickup trucks). At the same time, Toyota began production of trucks at a new
Airlines practice price discrimination by charging leisure travelers and business travelers different prices. Different customers pay varying prices for essentially the same coach seat because some passengers qualify for discounts and others do not. Since the discounts are substantial in many cases, the customers who qualify f
How would a low-cost price leader enforce its leadership through implied threats to a rival? Provide at least one example of such a strategy.
These are multiple choice for pretest and study purposes .Please provide feedback and the reason for the choice. Thank you
1. The Beaverdam Run Condominium Association has an office Xerox machine. Six months ago, the Association signed a one-year lease for the machine. Six monthly payments remain on the lease at $100 per month. The Association also pays a fee of $0.07 per copy and makes 2,000 copies per month. The lease terms state that cancella
Understanding how market equilibrium is maintained is essential for business managers. As a manager, it is important to understand how economic principles, and specifically supply and demand, are a part of your everyday business decisions. Explain the market equilibrating process and compare the demand for food with the de
Countries Home and Abroad have two factors of production, land and labour, with which they produce two goods, wheat and wine. Technology is the same in the two countries, characterized by constant returns to scale and strictly increasing production functions with decreasing marginal products. Wheat is land-intensive, wine is lab
You are given the following equation for the market demand function for product X: QD=500-20Px+0.002I-10Py Where QD=quantity of X demanded per year Px=price per unit of product X I=average income per year Py=price per unit of product Y a) Is X a superior (normal), neutral or inferior good? Why? b) Is Y a substitute f
Please help with the following problem. Provide at least 300 words in the solution. Why are economists against the notion of Congress having more power over the Federal Reserve?
The demand curve for haircuts at Terry Bernard's Hair Design is P = 20 - 0.2Q, where Q is the number of cuts per week. a. Should Terry raise the price of haircuts above its current $15 if he wants to increase revenue? Why or why not? b. Use calculus to find the number of haircuts that maximizes total revenue. What price would
Determine if, for the good marked with ALL CAP lettering, if there is an increase or decrease in demand. A. A new fashion trend dictates the wearing of KILTS. B. The price of APPLES. C. The price of Pepsi, a substitute for COKE, increases. D. The price of DOG FOOD increases. E. The consumers start liking MINIVANS all of a s
Complete the following table. What is the value of fixed cost? Output Total Cost Marginal Cost Average Cost 0 $100 1 $110 2 $130 3 $165 4 $220 5 $300 On a graph, depict marginal cost and average cost using the data from above. Indicate minimum average cost on the graph.
The following is a demand schedule for shoes: Price: $100 ; $80 ; $60 ; $40 ; $20 Quantity: 10 ; 14 ; 18 ; 22 ; 26 A) Illustrate the demand curve. B) How much will consumers spend on shoes at a price of $80? C) As price drops from $100 to $80, is the demand elastic or inelastic? Show yo
Price per gallon $2.00 2.25 2.50 2.75 3.00 3.25 3.50 Quantity demanded 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 Quantity supplied 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 (a) What is the equilibrium? (b) If supply at every price is reduced by 10 gallons, what will the new equilibrium price be? (
Help me with the following elasticity exercise, using the table attached for the data. Determine: I. The price-elasticity of demand coefficient. Ii. The name as elastic, inelastic, unitary, perfectly elastic or perfectly inelastic. Iii. The type of good as luxury or necessity. Iv. The change in total revenue or total ex
Linear programming problem- A fast food restaurant uses full time and part time help to meet fluctuating demand during the day
A fast food restaurant uses full time and part time help to meet fluctuating demand during the day. The following table presents projected need for workers at differentt times of the day: Time --> workers needed 9am-10am --> 4 10am-11am --> 5 11am - noon --> 9 noon- 1pm --> 10 1pm - 2pm --> 8 2pm- 3pm --> 4 3pm - 4pm -->
A hypothetical study examines the operations of a couple of hundreds medical clinics, with the data for the amount of expenses for new medical equipment relative to the total expenses in a particular year(s), and the amount of revenue per physician in subsequent years. The study finds that the more a clinic spends for new equi
A television show called 'Extreme Couponning' features people who go to extreme lengths to collect and use discount coupons. Though the program focuses on extreme cases, couponning is a popular strategy used by businesses to generate sales. What key economic concepts underlie the use of discount coupons by businesses?
This was a post that you created earlier. I related it to Walmart. My followup question is: What does this decision by Wal-mart tell you about the price elasticity of the demand curve that it faces? There are many ways that organizations can use to increase revenue. One of the ways is to increase the price of an item. This
- What are some the types of incentives for providers for efficiency in the delivery of healthcare services. Explain who bears the financial risk, the provider, the patient, or the managed care organization? - Explain the types of incentives for providers for efficiency in the delivery of healthcare services.
How do good or great employers, recruit, select, evaluate, compensate and develop its human resources polices and procedures
How do good or great employers, recruit, select, evaluate, compensate and develop its human resources policies and procedures. - How do good employers, or an employer of your choice, recruit, select, evaluate, compensates and develops its human resources. - What can the company do to improve its overall compensation, benefi
Suppose that Ms. Macbeth's investment bankers have informed her that since the new issue of debt is risky, debt-holders will demand a return of 12.5% which is 2.5% above the risk free rate of interest. What are r(A) and r(E)? Suppose that the beta of the unleveraged stock was .6. What will B(A), B(E), and B(D) be after the ch