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IS/LM model ; 7 short questions.

Consider this economy 1. The consumption function is given by C = 200 + 0.75(Y − T ). The investment function is I = 200 − 25r, where r is the real interest rate. Government purchases and taxes are both 100. Inflation expectation πe = 0. For this economy, graph the IS curve for i ranging from 0 to 8. Interpret the IS cu

2 Countries Trade

Country Economic and Trade Summary Reports Introduction: Global marketing managers must understand the economics and trade policies of countries and regions within which they trade. In this assignment, take the perspective of a global marketing specialist who has been asked to compare and contrast the threats and opportunities

Expansion of a Business into an Asian Country

Businesses large and small now compete in a truly global economy. To be successful in another country it is essential to understand and appreciate the cultural differences that exist. Business practices and ideas that work well here in the United States may not necessarily be expected to do so in other cultural environments.

Managerial Economics: Groupon

Groupon is a popular group buying and daily deals website. In a recent promotion, a local restaurant to sold buffet vouchers at a steep discount on Groupon's website. Customers who turn up at the restaurant without the vouchers will have to pay full price. Suggest reasons for the two - part pricing offered by the restaurant usin

Global economical environment

Read the attachments and answer the following questions: - Chapter 4: Problem 6, Advanced Analysis (p. 91: see Chapter 4 part 3 attachment, last page) - Chapter 6: Problem 6, Advanced Analysis (p. 132 see Chapter 6 part 3 attachment, last page) NOTE: Numbers and calculations are not self-explanatory. There should be a w

Government Bureaus and Private Firms

How do government bureaus differ from private firms? Why is there good reason to believe that bureaucrats will seek to supply more than the efficient level of their output in any year? Why will the losses in efficiency result if a government bureau succeeds in maximizing its annual expenditures? (Answer provided in approximat

Find HHI for the Widget Industry.

Assume the Widget Industry is composed of the following firms with associated market shares: Firm Market Share A 37 B 20 C 10 D 5 E

Buying Imports and Exports

Discuss advantages or disadvantages of buying imports versus buying domestic products in relation to the fashion industry. * First, post the definitions of import and export, and give examples of a chosen company and product for 2 import and 2 export item. * Advocate either buying imports or buying domestically for r


Many industrialized countries such as the United States attempt to seriously restrict immigration of production workers, but are more open to immigrants who are highly-skilled. Why might this be the case? Why is this a problem for developing countries and how might they deal with the problem?


Deliverable Length: 3-4 paragraphs Details: The company you work for is expanding its business and would like to begin to trade with another country. Go to 2008 National Trade Estimate Report on Foreign Trade Barriers for specific country information. The URL for this link is:

Evaluation of announced free-trade direction

Suppose that a country announces that it is moving toward free trade by reducing its tariffs on intermediate inputs while maintaining its tariffs on final goods. What is your evaluation of announced free-trade direction of the country's policy?

Quantitative Decision-Making Analysis

Mr. and Mrs. Smith's have enjoyed sailing small boats since they were 7 years old. They want to start a company to produce small sailboats. Because fo the expense involved, they decided to conduct a pilot study. They estimate that the study will cost $10,000. Furthermore, the study can be either successful or not successful. The

Organizational architecture

Jan van der Schmidt was the founder of a successful chain of restaurants located throughout Europe. He died unexpectedly at the ages of 55. Jan was sole owner of the company's common stock and was known for being quite authoritarian. He personally made most of the company's personnel decisions. He also made most of the decis