Prepare a 700-word paper in which you describe market trends that HydroPoint will face. Explain your conclusions. Address how each of the following will change or will not change, and why: Competitors Supply and demand analysis Impact of government regulations Use this website: http://www.hydropoint.com/smart-irrigation/
1750- to 2,450-word paper on the airline industry and how it has been affected by the economy. Include: - industry's price elasticity of supply and demand - negative or positive externalities the industry produces - how wage inequality is measured and if it is present in the industry - monetary and/or fiscal policies t
Antitrust policy is defined as governmental "attempts to make companies act in a competitive manner by breaking up companies that are monopolies, prohibiting mergers that would increase market power,and finding and fining companies that scheme to establish higher prices". Questions: Briefly explain. 1. Provide the gen
The Microsoft antitrust trial (United States vs. Microsoft) has been one of the biggest investigations of antitrust behavior since the turn of the century. Split your group into two sides: one that supports the government side, and one that support's Microsoft's side. Work (via email, small group discussion board, and small grou
A. Explain the philosophy of public finance. b. Contrast governmental accounting with nongovernmental accounting. c. Explain the relationship between budgeting and financial reporting in government.
Q.1) If you were the finance Minister of Never-Never Land, how would you estimate the long-run exchange rate of your currency? Defend your choice as well as discuss its possible failings. Q.2) What are the positives and negatives of protectionist trade policies on the part of the federal government? Which policy do you thin
Prepare a 400-700-word analysis of the roles of State and Federal governments in employment regulation. Include an analysis of important legislation regarding employment regulation and how this legislation affects the employer.
What does the U.S. government hope to achieve through the use of its antitrust policy? How does international competition affect domestic antitrust policy?
Article Review (article attach) Using the Interne, located an article specifically related to business formations. Prepare a review of the article. Be sure to properly cite and reference the article in your review. 1. ARTICLE SYNOPSIS 2. LEGAL ISSUE 3. MANAGERIAL PERSPECTIVE
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Please help me so that I can complete the following: An organization's external environment has three components: the remote environment (macroeconomic), the industry environment, and the operating environment (in the organization itself). Conduct an environmental analysis using your organization or an organization with which
Define the functions and role of law in business and society. Please be very detailed and give some examples.
Define the functions and role of law in business and society. Be sure to properly cite at least two references from your reading. Please use different and update references from the ones are already post in the solution Library.
Locate a article or current event article that relates to government regulations or antitrust activities. Also analyze the economic and ethical implications of the event. Points to consider should be market outcome, political impact on economics behavior, social diversity, technological innovations and market structure. Please a
Discuss the following from an economic perspective and give numerical examples: Quotas and mandates reduce society's happiness by causing too few resources to flow to an industry where the government has intervened.
Explain why, in the microeconomics view of the world, the operation of the private market as a default, maximizes economic efficiency--hence, why government intervention on efficiency grounds has to be specifically justified by particular circumstances.
The answers should be 1 short paragraph for each subpart. a) Explain why, in the microeconomics view of the world, the operation of the private market as a default, maximizes economic efficiency--hence, why government intervention on efficiency grounds has to be specifically justified by particular circumstances. b) What a
Instructions for Homework #6: Externality, Market Failures and Economic Regulation Please write a short essay on economic externalities, market failures and economic regulation. You should address at least the following issues in your essay: What are externalities? How do they cause market failures? What kind of regulations i
3-4 Paragraphs Details: Sometimes market activities (production, buying and selling) have unintended positive or negative effects outside the market's scope. This is called an externality. Suppose that you are a policy maker concerned with correcting the effects of gases and particulates emitted by and local power plant. What
What's wrong with the following statement? The only good regulation is one that's been deregulated.
1. a. Summarize a specific municipal solid waste problem in your hometown (Northern California) or one that has recently been reported in the media. Use the specific stages of the waste stream in your discussion. b. What policies have been proposed or implemented to address the problem your describe? Analyze these policies
In 1995, antitrust authorities claimed that the personal finance/checkbook software market was concentrated. Intuit's software, Quicken, was the top seller in the market with a market share of 69 percent. Microsoft's software, Money, was second with 22 percent of the market. Together, the Intuit and Microsoft market share was 91
1. When a university decides to add to the football stadium instead of adding to the baseball stadium, it faces a. "What" tradeoff. b. "How" tradeoff. c. "For whom" tradeoff. d. Macroeconomic question. 2. Which of the following is a normative statement? a. Next year's inflation rate will be under 4 percent. b. Cons
Is there too much government regulation today? Why or why not? In place of government regulation, would it be better for business if it was regulated by trade associations, certifications, and professional societies? Why or why not?
1. Both antitrust policy and industrial regulation deal with monopoly. What distinguishes the two approaches? How does the government decide to use one form of remedy rather than the other? 2. Suppose a merger of firms would simultaneously lessen competition and reduce unit costs through economies of scale. Do you thi
1) Which of the following is a normative statement ? A) Next year inflation rate will be under 4%(B) Consumers will buy more gasoline over Christmas Holiday even if the price of gas is 10 cent higher than it was during the Thanksgiving Holiday(C) the government cuts in welfare spending impose an unfair hardship on the poor.(D)
A. Identify advantages and disadvantages of being a member of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the Latin-American Integration Association (ALADI) regional trading blocs. Identify membership conditions for NAFTA and ALADI regional trading blocs and determine whether these will have a positive or negative
Compare and Contrast the Antitrust Law and Economic Policies of Europe and the Common Market with that of the United States.
1) Compare and Contrast the Antitrust Law and Economic Policies of Europe and the Common Market with that of the United States. Include a brief discussion of the history and the development of these policies including the relevant laws that were enacted to achieve economic objectives. Explain the difference between structure
Evaluate how Paypal.com establishes its credibility. In particular, how does it: ? Establish itself as professional and competent, ? Establish its security in making transactions and handling individual data?
Consider a shop that produces bagels in a monopolistically competitive market. The graph below shows its demand curve (labeled Demand), marginal revenue curve (labeled MR), marginal cost curve (labeled MC), and average cost curve (labeled AC). Assume that the company is operating in the short run. See attached files for full
Do labor unions have a role to play today? How important is this role? Is the role of labor unions changing or evolving over time? Will they "look different" and "act different" in the future.
Is there too much government regulation? Instead, should trade associations, certifications, and professional societies regulate companies?