It is an economic analysis paper for a MACRO Economics Course. Topic is the 2008 US economic recession. Paper should include aggregate demand and supply principles, federal reserve monetary policies, unemployment and inflation principles. Essay should be 4-5 pages APA format w/ citations.
compare and contrast the four major market structures (Monopoly, Perfect competition, Monopolitstic competition, and Oligopoly) on the following characteristics:
1. Number of firms
2. Firms’ role in determining price
3. Long-run economic profit
4. Barriers to entry or exit from
5. Type of product
6. Key characteristics
These characteristics should be bolder and underlined.
The body of the paper (not counting the reference and title page) must be double spaced, and at least two pages in length using 12 point font, 1 inch top and bottom margins and 1 inch side margins.
The presentation should provide answers to this question:
International trade between Brazil and sweden
Which country (of these two) benefits more from trade and why???? explain in 4 PowerPoint slides.
1) Clearly state the relevance of the topic and show how each subsection relates to one another.
2) Any definitions, principles, results from previous studies etc. should be succinctly presented and the
focus should be the relevance to the objective(s) of the report.
3) Avoid using the lecture slides as a source of reference.
4) Ensure that your material has credibility in its substance. Avoid excessive use of direct quotations from
5) Discuss the relevance of the subheadings to the topic. Ensure there is a coherent flow in the report.
6) Make sure each subheading as an introduction and conclusion
Firstly i will need the proposal of 2000 words, at 15/10. After that the thesis will be written at 8000 words.
if you want to change it from next 5 years to next decade and instead of influence it becomes create new market trends, no problem
The thesis will need to include a quantitiative analysis, using the results from a questionnaire that you will create, and i will distribute.
I am at your disposal for any clarification necessary.
What is the industry’s predominant form of financing? Does the industry finance itself via supplier credit, debt – short or long term, or stock? What share of the industry’s revenue is listed? If the industry is largely privately held, do you anticipate market structure changes as the younger generation sells the companies or takes the company public?
Hotels and Hospitality
The global hotel management sector – for example, Hilton, Marriott, Hyatt
The global all inclusive resorts sector – for example, Club Med, Sandals
The global apartment hotel sector
REQUIRED LENGTH 3 PAGES: CALIBRI FONT 11, 1 INCH MARGINS, DOUBLE SPACED! A FOURTH PAGE IS FOR THE REFERENCE PAGE!
QUESTION AND BACKGROUND:
The 2019-2020 COVID19 pandemic drastically changed life on Earth. Our economic behaviour has changed so drastically that traditional economic theories are being pushed to their limits, and, at the same time, have cemented the core tenets of economics as well. Based on the podcast and articles, I want you to explore, utilizing the theories that we have covered thus far, how COVID19 affected economic behaviour.
Answer the following questions in essay form. I do not want bulleted answers:
1) After reading the articles, how has COVID19 affected basic necessities, luxury goods and travel? What type of good has toilet paper become? What about airline tickets?
Use outside resources, if you wih.
2) Given the information from the articles and podcast, how has the supply and demand for these goods changed?
Use outside resources, if you wish; however, look at the shifters of supply and demand to help guide you.
3) How have the elasticities of these goods changed? Think of price, income and cross-price elasticities here.
You are to pick one pair of debates to critique. State the argument of each, offer a critique (positive or negative), and then provide a hypothesis stemming from the arguments. “If this argument is true, we should observe Y.” Then point to real world evidence (or the absence of) to support your argument/critique.. use the book to I dropped in the link and pick a debate from the book
Your son is graduating from high school and is about to enter the work force. He has developed a strong curiosity about our economic system and how it works. Because you have a good understanding of basic economics, he has asked you to explain several concepts that are essential to an understanding of how the economy works. Your son has asked you to explain the following concepts and ideas:
Absolute and comparative advantage: Explain how these concepts describe the benefits and costs of international trade.
“Invisible hand”: What is it and how does it affect the decision-making process in our economic system?
Circular flow diagram: Include the government sector in your explanation, a description of the roles that each participant plays in the economy, and how the different sectors interact in the markets.
The Production Possibilities model: Provide an example and include a summary of what the model is illustrating and the economic implications for the economy.
Microeconomics and macroeconomics: Explain the differences between the two and why economics is divided into these two subdivisions.
Prepare a 5-6 page Microsoft Word document that addresses the above-noted concerns and meets APA standards.
Include a summary section in your report that contains 5-7 bullet points identifying your major findings or conclusions of your paper.
Submit the summary section as your initial post in the Discussion Area by the due date assigned. Include the full report as an attachment to your posting.
By the end of the week, comment on at least two other presentations and identify the strengths and weaknesses of each.
All submissions must be original and all resources must be properly acknowledged.
Instructions: Each essay must begin with a precise word count. (I.e. list at the top how many words are in your essay, there is a word count tool on all word processors).
Answers for the essays must be between 400-600 words EACH. An answer that exceeds the word limit will be penalized.
Each question has a number of parts, make sure you answer all of them. Your answers should refer to the texts we have read and discussions we have had in class. When you cite or refer to the text give page numbers.
ADVICE: You have only so much words so you need to be concise, to the point, and clear about the argument(s) you are making. Be careful to answer the questions being asked and not a different one. We encourage you to work together but you must write your papers individually.
If the quiz will not let you submit without answering all 5 of the essays please put “n/a” in the two essays that you chose not to answer.
– Please only cite from uploaded documents
1. Read the following excerpt from the op-ed by famed UC Berkeley sociologist Arlie Hochschild titled the “outsources self.” What would the “Moral Markets” and “Relational Economic” perspectives say about the author’s negative view on paid personal services? Students must clearly understand what each perspective says about the relationship between morality/intimacy and markets and how they would agree/disagree with the author of the excerpt. Finally, the student must develop an argument about what kinds of questions these perspectives would ask in a study of “paid personal services.” The full article can be found at: https://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/06/opinion/sunday/the-outsourced-life.htmlLinks to an external site..
“The explosion in the number of available personal services says a great deal about changing ideas of what we can reasonably expect from whom. In the late 1940s, there were 2,500 clinical psychologists licensed in the United States. By 2010, there were 77,000 — and an additional 50,000 marriage and family therapists. In the 1940s, there were no life coaches; in 2010, there were 30,000. The last time I Googled “dating coach,” 1,200,000 entries popped up. “Wedding planner” had over 25 million entries. The newest entry, Rent-a-Friend, has 190,000 entries.
WE’VE put a self-perpetuating cycle in motion. The more anxious, isolated and time-deprived we are, the more likely we are to turn to paid personal services. To finance these extra services, we work longer hours. This leaves less time to spend with family, friends and neighbors; we become less likely to call on them for help, and they on us. And, the more we rely on the market, the more hooked we become on its promises: Do you need a tidier closet? A nicer family picture album? Elderly parents who are truly well cared for? Children who have an edge in school, on tests, in college and beyond? If we can afford the services involved, many if not most of us are prone to say, sure, why not?
And the market expands to fill increasing demand. The director of research and development at the company eHarmony, for example, the champion of the marriage market, has envisioned expanding the company’s operations into later stages of adult life, and into workplace and college relations. EHarmony now operates in Canada, Brazil and Australia, as well as across Europe. The more members of diverse communities hunger for counsel, comfort, dates, support, the more outfits will spring up to extend services for those who can pay. The cycle takes another turn.
Paradoxically, the more we depend on market services — and market logic — the greater its subtle but real power to undermine our intimate life… Focusing attention on the destination, we detach ourselves from the small — potentially meaningful — aspects of experience. Confining our sense of achievement to results, to the moment of purchase, so to speak, we unwittingly lose the pleasure of accomplishment, the joy of connecting to others and possibly, in the process, our faith in ourselves.”
2. In what ways is Fourcade and Healy’s “moral markets” perspective compatible with the “markets as fields” and “performativity” perspectives?
3. This question has two parts. First, in your own words, what is a market device and what makes them performative? Second, according to Mackenzie, in the first and second period of options trading what made the theory of Black-Sholes “generic performative,” and what made it “effective performative” in the third?
4. How are the “moral markets,” “relational economic action,” and “markets as fields” perspectives each different from other ways of thinking about the economy? Consider how, when introducing their respective ideas, the authors of each perspective attempt to differentiate themselves from alternative visions of economic action. What are those alternatives?
5. Choose TWO of three examples discussed by Fligstein (U.S. Steel, U.S. Biotech, or Apple/IBM) to explain Fligsteins ideas of “Markets as Fields.” You must consider all the following six dimensions:
Who were the players in these examples?
What was the uncertainty faced by the players in these examples?
Who were the dominant and who were challengers?
What “rules of the game” were they fighting over?
When were the markets emerging, stable, or in crisis?
What “conceptions of control” were competing and which one won?