Examine the first three sections of OPEC dealing with the topics below: a. Final recommendations 1) Price 2) Production 3) Composition of inputs In APA format please list references
Question 1: 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 the announced "free-trade" direction of the country's policy? Question 2: A dollar appreciation against the Swiss franc is
Question: Using the specific-factors model, explain why you might expect to see certain capital owners and labor groups arguing against expanding trade in a capital-abundant country.
Why are producer interests likely to outweigh consumer or citizen interests when it comes to the setting of trade policies?
Research how wage inequality is measured and if it is present in your chosen industry. My chosen industry is the automotive industry. Find two sources to help you answer the following questions about the industry you chose. - Describe any current or past news events related to wage inequality in your chosen industry. - Wha
Please help me to develop a matrix that compares and contrasts the characteristics of the various types of business entities. Use copy attached. In each of the squares of the Matrix, describe the characteristics that apply to the listed issue and the listed business entity hide problem.
Not sure which formula gives me this answer. The Economist reports that the interest rate per annum is 5.93% in the U.S and 70.00% in Turkey,in the October 23, 1999 issue. Based on the reported interest rates, how would you predict the change of the exchange rate between the U.S. dollar and the Turkish lira? Not sure how to
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Please explain why collusion with rival firms would provide a better outcome for an oligopolist than competition
Please explain why collusion with rival firms (cooperative behavior) would provide a better outcome for an oligopolist than competition (Noncooperative behavior) and give a real world example.
What impact would the threat of imports have on a monopolist who had never before been faced with foreign competition?
It has been argued that a country to international trade is a great antitrust policy. What impact would the threat of imports have on a monopolist who had never before been faced with foreign competition? How would the monopolist respond concerning the quantity produced and the price charged in the domestic market?
Choose one and discuss and explain which of the four types of markets (perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition, and oligopoly) best characterizes the market in which they compete.
Below you will find a list of well-known companies and the products that they sell. Choose one and discuss and explain which of the four types of markets (perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition, and oligopoly) best characterizes the market in which they compete. As the discussion continues through the week, feel
Please use an example to explain the strategies firms use to extract more consumer surplus from consumers. It should not be from a textbook.A short description will be helpful! Thank you! My text is Microeconomic Analysis, Third Edition by Hal R. Varian.
Japan has had an overall trade surplus in recent years. Economists suggest that this continuing phenomenon is due to several things, including an inappropriate exchange rate ans a failure of government policies to sufficiently stimulate the Japanese economy to import more. How would a Mercantilist view this surplus? Why
Describe how international trade affects the U.S. economy. Please provide references.
Taking business personally: Identify some policy change that you propose or oppose to reduce the federal government budget deficits and debt. Evaluate your position using the budget deficits and debt principle.
Why will voluntary actions, undertaken at the individual level, be unlikely to bring about significant reductions in greenhouse gases such as CO(2)? Does the fact that the CO(2) produced in one nation results in adverse effects on other nations have any bearing on the likelihood that CO(2) emissions will be reduced to the opt
What's wrong with the following statement? A high level of international trade protectionism is needed if developing countries are going to be able to industrialize and develop their own domestic industries in the face of fierce foreign competition. I understand that trade protectionism limits what can be imported, and that a
Four firms located at different points on a river dump various quantities of effluent into it. The effluent adversely affects the quality of swimming for homeowners who live downstream. These people can build swimming pools to avoid swimming in the river, and firms can purchase filters that eliminate harmful chemicals in the m
1. Determine Gibson's cost of capital and required rate of return for the joint venture in Brazil. 2. Determine the discrete probability distribution of Gibson's Net Present Value for this joint venture and calculate the Expected Net Present Value. 3. Would you recommend that Gibson participate in the joint venture? Explain.
3. As an alternative to standards, one policy proposal is the use of permit trading among point sources of water pollution. Give the major reason why this is advantageous (a) from an economic perspective and (b) from an environmental perspective.
The behavior of the M1 velocity of money in recent years can be explained by a. stability of interest rates b. a low and stable rate of inflation c. monetary policy that has been successful in stabilizing the economy d. financial innovation creating new substitutes for money M1 e. a large number of banks and savings and loa
Your boss in the U.S. home office wants to know your perspective on the following. How do international sanctions, tariffs, quotas, and trade restrictions affect international trade and costs of production? How do tariffs and sanctions on the import of auto engines into the U.S. affect production and costs at Acme? Do you agree
I am having difficulty making a case for or against forgiving developing country's debt. This is an open-ended question. Consider the response from a purely economic (MACROeconomic) perspective then reconsider the answer from a political perspective. Did the answer change, why or why not?
Consider the following model of a small open economy: C = Ca + 0.8(Y - T) Ca = 260 - 10r T = 200 + 0.25Y Ip = 300 - 30r G = 460 X = 400 - 3e + 0.1Yf M =210 + 2e +0.1Y Ms/P = 200 (M/P)d = 0.4Y - 48r Where X = exports, M = imports, e = the real exchange rate=50, Yf = foreign income = 2000 and all other variables
The question has three parts, please answer only the third (the last) part of the question: "how were these policies institutionalized internationally during the Bretton Woods agreements?" The question is as following. 1. The US was devastated by the Crash of 1929 and the following depression. What policies were enacted
A. Describe some of the advantages and disadvantages of ROE as a measure of corporate profitability. What is a typical level of ROE, and how does one know if the ROE reported by a given company reflects an adequate return on investment? B. Define the profit margin, total asset turnover, and financial leverag
What are some documented mistakes made in the past in marketing existing North American products to international markets
Using your own personal international business experience; a colleague's personal international business experience; research on the Web; or readings from sources other than the textbook address the following question: What are some documented mistakes made in the past in marketing existing North American products to internation
1. Explain the difference between the real exchange rate and the nominal exchange rate. 2a. If a Japanese car costs 500,000 yen, if a similar Canadian-produced car costs $10,000, and if a dollar can buy 100 yen, what are the nominal and real exchange rates? 2b. Explain the relationship among saving, investment, and net
Textbook publishers have traditionally produced both U.S. and international editions of most leading textbooks. The U.S. version typically sells at a higher price than the international edition. Discuss how the internet might affect the ability of companies to implement this type of policy. Are there any other products
"What are some obstacles to successful international economic policy coordination?"