2. What is the full disclosure principle in accounting? Why has disclosure increased substantially in the last 10 Years? 1. Explain the need for full disclosure in financial reporting. 2.Identify possible consequences of failing to properly disclose certain items in financial statements.
I need help and guidance with the following assignment (see attached).
What are some of the traditional international trade theories that support the concept of globalization?
What are some of the traditional international trade theories that support the concept of globalization? List the major drivers of globalization and give three examples of each. Please provide at least two references.
1.) What is meant by technological advance, as broadly defined? How does technological advance enter into the definition of the very long run? Which of the following are examples of technological advance, and which are not: an improved production process; entry of a firm into a profitable purely competitive industry; the imitat
ABC is monopoly seller of aluminum in the U.S. and sells no aluminum on the world market. It sells aluminum domestically for $2500 per tom and its average cost is $2200 per ton.
Question 6: ABC is monopoly seller of aluminum in the U.S. and sells no aluminum on the world market. It sells aluminum domestically for $2500 per tom and its average cost is $2200 per ton. The world price is $2000 per ton. (High tariffs prevent foreign firms from exporting into the U.S.) True or False: "Obviously, ABC sho
I need about 500 words on the following subject: (Factors affecting General Motors and the Automotive Industry and what GM needs to do) 1. Should General Motors continue, expand, or reduce current operations in order to maximize profits? Explain your reasoning. 2. If your answer is to expand: Should General Motors invest in
A nation with fixed quantities of resources is able to produce any of the following combinations of bread and ovens.
A nation with fixed quantities of resources is able to produce any of the following combinations of bread and ovens. Loaves of Bread Ovens (Millions) (Thousands) 75 0
I need some assistance. Thank you. 1. Explain the difference between a movement along the demand curve and a shift in demand. b. Explain the difference between a movement along the supply curve and a shift in supply. c. What factors cause the supply curve to shift? Explain each factor. d. What factors cause the demand
By walking you through a set of financial data for IBM, this assignment will help you better understand how theoretical stock prices are calculated
The bond rate can be found at http://www.bloomberg.com/markets/index.html PROBLEM: By walking you through a set of financial data for IBM, this assignment will help you better understand how theoretical stock prices are calculated; and how prices may react to market forces such as risk and interest rates. You will use both
I've attached the problem so please download the file. Suppose that the supply sides of France and Italy are each described by a simple Ricardian model with two goods, A and B. The technology is as follows. A B Labor France 4 2 200 Italy 2 4 200 Who has a comparative advantage in what? Who has an absolute
How has technology impacted the globalization process? Is this positive or negative in the short run? What about in the long run?
The costs of producing steel declined substantially from building a conventional hot¬-rolled steel mill down to the new mini-mill technology that requires only scrap metal, an electric furnace, and 300 workers rather than iron ore raw materials, enormous blast furnaces, rolling mills, reheating furnaces, and thousands of worker
Have you been personally involved in the making of a decision for a business concerning what, how, or for whom? If yes, explain your rationale for making such decisions. Were these decisions guided by the market process, the command process, or the traditional process? Explain.
YOUR FIRM IS CONSIDERING INVESTING IN DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW TECHNOLOGY. IF YOU INVEST THE TECHNOLOGY, IT WILL REQUIRE AN OUTLAY OF $1.2 MILLION. IT IS UNCLEAR THAT THIS INVESTMENT WILL NECESSARILY RESULT IN A NEW TECHNOLOGY BEING DEVELOPED. YOUR ENGINEERS ESTIMATE THERE IS A 50% PROBABILITY THAT THE TECHNOLOGY WILL BE SUCCESSFUL.
Economics, Microeconomics - Year 3 Describe market trends of Memorial Hermann Hospital. Address the following topics in your analysis: a. Prices b. Technology c. Productivity (consider the law of diminishing marginal productivity) d. Cost structure 1) Wages and benefits
International Economics - This question is intended to further your understanding of the basic Ricardian model
Please see attached file. 1. This question is intended to further your understanding of the basic Ricardian model by having you work through a problem on your own. There are two countries, Canada and the U.S, and two goods X and Y . The preferences of agents in each country are represented by the following utility functions
Currently international management at PM Company consists of one person. What specific management principles and practices should PM company begin to put in place that will assist the company as their international expansion plans move forward and their international business begins to grow? Post your answer to the discussion bo
You are the CEO of ClipIt, a paper clip manufacturer. Your company enjoys a patented technology that allows it to produce paper clips faster and at a lower cost than your only rival, FastenIt. Clipit uses this advantage to be the first to choose its profit-maximizing output level in the market. The inverse demand function for pa
Suppose the market for computer chips is dominated by two firms: Intel and AMD. Intel has discovered how to make superior chips and is considering whether or not to adopt the new technology. Adoption would entail a fixed setup cost of C but would increase revenues. However, if Intel adopts the new technology, AMD can easily copy
Explain five ways your network organization can reduce cost and improve productivity.
1) Which of the following is a long -run macroeconomic policy goal? A) reduce unemployment (B) increase inflation (C) promote steady growth (D) eliminate recession 2)If our exports are $1.2 billion and our imports are $1.7 billion A)the United States is lending to the rest of the world(B) U.S national saving is too high (C)
How does Paypal.com take advantage of "DNI GPTs" (Digital, network, individualization general purpose technologies)? Attached are the relevant notes.
1. The cost of taxation to society includes: a. the expansion of consumer surplus. b. the expansion of producer surplus. c. the direct cost of the money paid to government. d. a lowering of the cost of exports. 2. An example of the benefit principle of taxation is: a. rich taxpayers should pay more than poor ta
Graph and explain what the effects would be (short run production function) if a new advanced process was discovered. How would the number of workers hired (variable input) change? This is a profit maximizing firm, also explain the profit maximization condition the firm uses.
A. Problem III: (each part counts for 5 points) Semiconductor integrated circuits (ICs or "chips") are manufactured by building up layers of circuitry on silicon wafers. To fabricate chips, each layer must line up precisely with the patterns of other layers. To align layers, firms employ a combination of capital equipment and
Describe how information systems are changing various aspects of the accounting profession. Include a description of a variety of new technologies and their effects on accounting processes. In addition, discuss how these technologies have changed the way accounting is performed at your organization or an organization of your cho
Essay: Discuss the application of game theory to the study of oligopolistic industries. -how game theory give better explanation for oligopoly and use "game free" to support answer
XYZ plc operates in the paint industry. XYZ is considering to renew its technology, and to do so, a new machine needs to be bought. There are two types of machines. Machine 1 costs £10,000 and has a 3 year lifetime. Machine 2 costs £1,000 and has a 2 year lifetime. Both machines have nil scrap values at the end of their lifeti
Consider an economy that uses labor and capital to produce two goods, beer (x) and peanuts (y), subject to technologies that exhibit constant returns to scale. The marginal cost of a 12-ounce can of beer is $0.50. The marginal cost of a 12-ounce tin of peanuts is $1.00. Currently, the economy is producing 1 million 12-ounce cans
I need assistance to develop enough information/research to come up with a minimum of 5 pages that address EACH of these questions specifically. Please list references/resources so that I can complete the research. I would like to focus on IBM for this project. 1. Explain firm's activities outside the U.S. 2. Identify