Address the following topics in your analysis: 1. Introduction a. Market structure b. Impact of new companies entering the market c. Prices d. Technology - e. Productivity (consider the law of diminishing marginal productivity) - f. Cost structure 1) Wages and benefits 2) Fixed and v
See attachment ------------------------ 1. Microeconomics studies a. the aggregate effects of the decisions individuals, businesses, and governments make. b. the choices individuals and businesses make. c. changes in the cost of living. d. Canada's business cycle. e. all of the above 2. Economists agree that a. ov
1. Describe the different phases of the business cycle, and outline how unemployment, inflation, and GDP growth will change in the different phases of the cycle. 2. a. If the CPI in 2005 is 134.5, and the CPI in 2006 is 140.5, what rate of inflation has occurred between 2005 and 2006? b. The survey of spending in At
Earlier this year Congress passed a major fiscal package, which includes personal tax cuts and increases in transfer payments, incentives for business investment, federal grants for state and local governments to reduce their need to cut services or cancel building projects, and increases in federal purchases. Estimates are tha
When the economy is close to or at full employment why is it difficult for the Fed to decide whether or not to change its interest rate target in the federal funds market?
1. What is a government budget deficit? How does a federal budget deficit affect the economy? How does it affect the level of investment and interest rates? How does it affect the individual consumer? Give at least three examples in your response. 2. Are unions good or bad for the economy? How do unions at GM and Ford affect
Please help with the following problem regarding employment experiences. Provide at least 100 words. Using your own employment experiences (and be sure to identify the sector in question), how would you relate the hiring practices of that industry or industries to fluctuations in the business cycle? What impact does a tight
Problems are attached as PDF file as well. Problems 1.The data in the following table give information about the price (in dollars) for which a firm can sell a unit of output and the total cost of production. a)Fill in the blanks in the table. b)Show what happens to the firm's output choice and profit if the price of
Why do economists attempting to forecast short run future changes in real GDP and employment look closely at data on business inventories and unfilled orders?What conclusion could be drawn if the volume of unfilled orders and average length of delivery times decreased while inventories increased dramatically?
Explain why the Aggregate Supply curve becomes increasingly steeply sloped at levels of RGDP near "full employment" and becomes especially steeply sloped beyond "full employment" RGDP
#2 National Income Accounting: Define gross domestic product. Determine whether each of the following would be included I the 2007 U.S. gross domestic product: a. Profits earned by Ford Motor Company in 2007 on automobile production in Ireland. b. Automobile parts manufactured in the United States in 2007 but not used until 20
Please help with the following problem involving economics. In 200-300 words, answer the following questions about the current US economic situation - What has caused the current account deficit of the USA in recent history? - Why is this a serious problem? This is for a 400 level course so an intelligent thought out resp
1. In the context of a supply-demand diagram of the low-skill labour market, a minimum wage above the competitive equilibrium will reduce employment relative to the competitive equilibrium. Show that the total revenue earned by labour may nonetheless increase. Given such an increase, show that, if all workers have the same chan
Generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) assist the development of anagement accounting systems. Do you agree? Explain.
Need help in preparing a 1 page paper discussing the major retirement planning programs and how they work. Please include the reference material.Please do not copy the information word for word.
Define List the components of GDP in the output (expenditures) approach and in the income approach, NDP, NI, PI, and DI.
1. Define List the components of GDP in the output (expenditures) approach and in the income approach, NDP, NI, PI, and DI. 2. What is an investment schedule and how does it differ from an investment demand curve? 3. What is Say's law? How does it relate to the view held by classical economists that the economy generally wil
Hi. Here are some questions I'd like to compare the answers with. 1. A company sells regulators to other manufacturers who then customize and distribute the products to quality assurance labs for their sensitive test equipment. The yearly volume of output is 15,000 units. The selling price and cost per unit are shown below
1. Fixed capital and labor expenses = 1.2million/year Variable expenses = 2,000/unit of output Demand: Q = 1000 - 0.1P A. Calculate profit-maximizing output, price, and profit levels B. Using the Lagrangian multiplier method, calculate profit maximizing output, price, and profit levels in light of a parts shortage that
Using an appropriate diagram, show and explain briefly how a rise in the minimum wage could result in higher employment in a monopolistic labor market. Could a similar increase in employment accompany the rise in the minimum wage if the labor market is not monopolistic? Explain your reasoning.
Identify the pros and cons of the following consequences of outsourcing decisions made by U.S. companies in response to growing globalization and tougher competition in the marketplace. Provide a comparative analysis of the differing or similar perspectives of CEO's and senior executives, shareholders, middle managers, economist
See Attachment. a) Are hourly employment costs a fixed or variable cost? b) How is the average total cost curve affected by these changes in costs? In the chart you found, what has been the trend in employment costs since 2002? c) What is the likely implication of the trend in employment cost on profits?
Please note: - this is a master's level, so please explain every step you make in you answer. -If you think you could give me a fully perfect answer for this question, then let me know and I'll restrict the posting for you. Question: What is mean by "neutrality" or "superneutrality" of money? Give examples and discuss wh
Use the internet or other credible resources to find an article specifically related to the resolution of a legal dispute.
See attached file for full description. Use the internet or other credible resources to find an article specifically related to the resolution of a legal dispute. Prepare a 350-word summary of the article. Briefly summarize the major topics of the article. Identity the legal business issue(s) raised in the article, Discuss h
Dear OTA: Please help me complete this task. These are the questions I need answered but I sent an attachment through to that explains what I ultimately need done. Thank you so much!!!! ? Please describe the concepts of full employment, inflationary gaps, and recessionary gaps. ? Please identify and describe the current
Kindly explain and use diagrams where appropriate, thank you. Please see the attached file. Microeconomics. 1. Assume that, by using all its resources to produce X, nation A can produce 80 units of X; by devoting all its resources to Y, it can produce 40 units of Y. Comparable figures for nation B are 60 units of X an
I need to find an article, it has to be from the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Business Week, Forbes or Entrepreneur that I can answer the following questions from. 1) What is the objective of the article? Please note that the article has to be relevant to microeconomics and the topics covered in this class. 2) What topics a
Suppose you anticipate that the "Bush tax cuts" on capital gains and income will be reversed next year (or, more accurately, be allowed to expire).
Dear OTA, Please help me with the attached question. Thanks in advance! One page total (including graphs). Suppose you anticipate that the "Bush tax cuts" on capital gains and income will be reversed next year (or, more accurately, be allowed to expire). You believe the higher capital gains taxes will have a negative
Please see the attached file. 1. AGGREGATE OUTPUT/INCOME CONSUMPTION PLANNED INVESTMENT 2000 2100 300 2500 2500 300 3000 2900 300 3500 3300 300 4000 3700 300 4500 4100 300 5000 4500 300 5500 4900 300 a. At each level of output calculate savings. At each level of output, calculate unplanned investment ( inventory
I am trying to understand the effects of a reduction in the rate of money growth. In particular in relation to inflation and unemployment in terms of both rational and adaptive expectations.
What are absolute advantage and comparative advantage? Why will resources specialize according to their comparative advantages?
2. What are absolute advantage and comparative advantage? Why will resources specialize according to their comparative advantages? Why will this specialization increase production? Why will specialization increase trade? 7. Who is counted as employed or unemployed in the unemployment statistics? What groups in society are not