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Economics
TFC = $1,000 MC = $1 (and constant) 2.Assume that all households have the same demand schedule which is given by the following relationship: P = 10 – 2Q. If there are 400 households in the market, state what the market demand schedule and marginal revenue schedule look like ...
November 26, 2006 by Pete

Economics
Mirk Labs is a British pharmaceutical company that currently enjoys a patent monopoly in Europe, Canada, and the United States on Zatab (pronounced zay-tab), an allergy medication. The global demand for Zatab is: Qd=15.0-0.2P Where Qd is annual quantity demanded (in millions ...
August 26, 2009 by DaisyJ

Economics
(iii) Bright Future, Ltd (BF) is a nonprofit foundation providing medical treatment to emotionally distressed children. BF has hired you as a business consultant to design an employment policy that would be consistent with its goal of providing the maximum possible service ...
May 26, 2011 by Michelle

Economics
An industry currently has 100 firms, all of which have fixed costs of $16 and avg. variable cost as follows: Q Avg. Variable Cost ($) 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 a. Compute marginal cost and avg. total cost. b. the price is $10. what is the total quantity supplied in the market? c...
December 13, 2006 by Maggie

Economics help
What is the short-run effect on the exchange rate of an increase in domestic real GNP, given expectations about future exchange rates? Imagine that the central bank of an economy with unemployment doubles its money supply. In the long run, full employment is restored and ...
October 18, 2006 by Kacey

Economics
you are hired as the consultant to a monopolistically competitive firm. The firm reports the following information about its price, marginal cost, and average total cost. Can the firm possibly be maximizing profit? If the firm is profit maximizing, is the firm in a long-run ...
December 5, 2006 by Sally

Managerial Economics
Problem 1 (50 points) The city of San Diego is considering extending the trolley (the downtown mass transit train) 11 miles from Old Town up to La Jolla. The cost of construction would be $1.7 billion. The estimated ridership along the new section is 18 thousand per day work ...
December 2, 2014 by EJ

economics
Suppose Caroline is a cinephile and buys only movie tickets. Caroline deposits $3000 in a bank acct that pays an annual interest rate of 20%. You can assume that this interest rate is fixed-that is, it won’t change over time. At the time of her deposit, a movie ticket is ...
February 26, 2012 by nan

Home Economics
Help Me!!! I need it for Tuesday!!! Why is care necessary in the handling and storage of frozen foods??? These sites explain the necessity to carefully handle and store frozen foods. http://www.aces.edu/pubs/docs/E/EFNEP-0191/EFNEP-0191.pdf?PHPSESSID=...
September 9, 2006 by Sarah

economics
Fill in the blanks below with ↑ to indicate an increase in the variable or with ↓ to indicate a decrease in the variable. Answer the questions with a brief written response. A) Consumption > Production ⇒ Economy is Out of Equilibrium ⇒ Inventories __...
February 2, 2011 by Lindsey

managerial economics
Question #6 The owner of Taco Joe’s has estimated that if he lowers the price of a burrito from $2.00 to $1.50, he will increase sales from 400 to 500 burritos per day. The demand for burritos is A) elastic. B) inelastic. C) unitary elastic. D) perfectly elastic. Question #7 ...
July 25, 2008 by rich

Economics
Suppose that there are 1,000 hot-pretzel stands operating in Toronto. Each stand has the usual U-shaped average total cost curve. Both the market demand curve and the supply curve for pretzels are linear, and the market for pretzels is in long-run competitive equilibrium. a) ...
September 27, 2013 by Joy

ECONOMICS - Perfect Competition
Please check and correct my answers. Thank you. 1) Jack Benny can get blood from a stone. If he has x stones, the number of pints of blood he can extract from them is f(x) = 2x^(1/3). Stones cost Jack w dollars each. Jack can sell each pint of blood for p dollars. a) How many ...
November 2, 2009 by Anonymous

economics
How would one argue that there is no such things as a natural monopoly? What factor are involved? I would make a case that natural monopolies do not exist base on evaluation of the classic examples of "natural monopolies": transportation, telephone, port facilities, ...
July 24, 2005 by Michelle

Economics
I'm writing an essay on what I think is the most important issue facing the global economy. Would a good topic be the economic development in certain nations? The phase "economic development in certain nations" is both vague and too broad. You must keep your mind set on what ...
July 8, 2007 by Jaden

Economics
VERY HARD PLEASE HELP Kristin lives in Alaska. Ben lives in Rhode Island. They each drive a car with a 12-gallon fuel tank. When Kristin fills her empty gas tank in Alaska, she has to pay a federal gasoline tax of $.18 (or 18 cents) per gallon, plus a state gas tax of 8 cents...
March 16, 2015 by Kesha

economics
19-1 Bicycle Insurance and Information Asymmetry If bicycle owners do not know whether they are high- or low-risk consumers, is there an adverse selection problem? 19-2 IPOs and Adverse Selection Should owners of a private company contemplating an IPO (a sale of stock to the ...
May 2, 2013 by lori

economics
19-1 Bicycle Insurance and Information Asymmetry If bicycle owners do not know whether they are high- or low-risk consumers, is there an adverse selection problem? 19-2 IPOs and Adverse Selection Should owners of a private company contemplating an IPO (a sale of stock to the ...
May 2, 2013 by lori

Economics
Question 3: Suppose an individual has the following utility over consumption: u(x) = x 1 2 . The individual currently earns $2,500 per month, which is spent to finance consumption. Suppose the individual is ofered a job with a new internet company. The new position will pay ...
October 15, 2010 by dhanani

Managerial Economics
Since dry cleaning produces air pollution, a small town with two dry cleaning companies has decided to regulate the dry cleaning industry. The two dry cleaning companies, Company A and Company B, currently produce 350 units of air pollution, which the town wants to reduce to ...
December 2, 2014 by EJ

economics
Mirks labs is a British pharmaceutical company that currently enjoys a patent monopoly in Europe, Canada and the United States, on Zatab (pronounced zay-tab), an allergy medication. The global demand for Zatab is Qd = 15.0-0.2P Where Qd is annual quantity demanded (in millions...
February 18, 2010 by shelley

Managerial Economics
The Largo Publishing House uses 400 printers (workers) and 200 printing presses to produce books. A printer's wage rate is $20 per hour and the price per hour of a printing press is $5,000. The last printer hired added 20 books (per hour) to total output, while the last ...
February 4, 2011 by Lil

economics
This table shows the number of labor hours required to produce a digital camera and a bushel of wheat in China and South Korea. Digital Camera Wheat (bushels ) Quantity of Digital Camera Quantity of Wheat China 100 hours 5 hours 90 1800 South Korea 90 hours 3 hours 100 3,000 a...
April 1, 2010 by Merna

Economics
Sorry, it's long. I've tried everything to solve this, I have no clue how they got any of the MR figures, I calculated MR and I got 0.5. Help please. * A drug company currently sells 3 million AIDS treatments in rich countries at P = $80 per treatment. * In order to sell 6 ...
October 29, 2007 by Nathan

economics
A recently released Gallup survey confirms the fears of many who oppose government-promoted gambling: the poorest among us are contributing much more to lottery revenues than those with higher incomes. The poll found that people who played the lottery with an income of less ...
October 31, 2015 by adebisi

Managerial Economics- URGENT
The Blue Dragon Restaurant is a new Chinese Restaurant in town. As the only Chinese restaurant in the area, it faces the following daily demand curve: Q = 500 – 25 P Where Q is the number of meals it serves per day and P is the average price of its meals. The cost function of ...
December 14, 2006 by Bob

eco
what factors could influence the suppy and demand of a correctional officer's position. Location of the prison/jail -- whether it's near a high crime area. The state's, county's, city's funds for jails -- whether they are releasing prisoners because of lack of funds. The ...
June 25, 2007 by tracey

Economics
Are these accurate? 2)The manager of All City realtors wants to hire some real estate agents to specialize in selling housing units acquired by the Resolution Trust Commission (RTC) in its attempt to bail out the savings and loan industry. The commission paid by RTC to the ...
July 22, 2009 by TrickyEconomics

Economics; The Cost of Production
Please check my answers if they are correct. Thank you. THE QUESTION: Mark runs a business that sells guitars. In an average year, he receives $900 000 from sales of guitars. Of the sales revenue, he must pay the manufacturer a wholesale cost of $600 000; he also pays wages ...
October 15, 2008 by Anonymous

economics
For each event, illustrate the impact on the relevant United States market and determine what will happen to the equilibrium price and quantity in that market. I have 2 demand and supply graphs, the first one is for 3 of them and the second is for the last one. I just need ...
September 17, 2006 by Billy

Economics
1. What is the % of GDP is the national debt? My Answer: The percentage of GDP is national debt is approx. 77%. Is this correct? I went and used the latest figure of Real GDP which was the third quarter of 2006 being $11,443,000,000,000.50, which came from the Economic Report ...
May 8, 2007 by Sarah

Managerial Economics/Adv. Math
I pasted the problem I am to solve below. I missed the first week of class, so the professor told me to do this case as a make-up assignment; however, we are not covering this chapter and I'm confused! My professor did tell me that I need to use the bimatrix game theory and ...
November 22, 2006 by Dwane

ECONOMICS
1)The tire shop sells 50 tires a day at $75. After they raise the price on tires to $85, they now sell 46 tires a day. What is the elasticity of tires at the tire shop? A) Inelastic B) Elastic C) Unit Elastic D) Perfectly Inelastic E) Perfectly Elastic 2)Which of the following...
July 12, 2012 by Booker Perry

ECONOMICS
1)The tire shop sells 50 tires a day at $75. After they raise the price on tires to $85, they now sell 46 tires a day. What is the elasticity of tires at the tire shop? A) Inelastic B) Elastic C) Unit Elastic D) Perfectly Inelastic E) Perfectly Elastic 2)Which of the following...
July 12, 2012 by Booker Perry

economics
Ever Kleen Pool Services provides weekly swimming pool maintenance in Atlanta.  Dozens of firms provide this service.  The service is standardized;each company cleans the pool and maintains the proper levels of chemicals in the water. The service is typically sold as a four ...
August 8, 2010 by Anonymous

Economics
Below is the production possibility information of small nations Arboc and Arbez, which can produce two goods, wheat, and coffee. The maximum quantity of each good is shown in the table below. Assume the two nations trade in a world containing many small nations. Costs are ...
February 7, 2011 by Anonymous

Economics
Below is the production possibility information of small nations Arboc and Arbez, which can produce two goods, wheat, and coffee. The maximum quantity of each good is shown in the table below. Assume the two nations trade in a world containing many small nations. Costs are ...
February 7, 2011 by help pleaseeeeee

Economics
4. Which of the following statements is false? a. Keynes believed that the level of investment depends on more than the interest rate. b.Saving is the difference between disposable income and consumption. c. Keynes believed that saving is more responsive to changes in income ...
April 28, 2007 by Sarah

ECONOMICS
For the following questions, you are provided with two statements. Choose the two economic goals THAT ARE MOST IN CONFLICT when considering the difference between the two statements. 1) In a market system, a person is entitled to earn as high an income as possible with no ...
June 18, 2012 by Booker Perry

Macro Economics
On April 20, 2008 your wealthy aunt will give you a bond with a par value (or a maturity value) of $10,000. Your aunt purchased the bond in 2003, and it matures on April 20, 2009. The bond pays a coupon rate of 8 percent. When it arrives, the bond will have one remaining ...
March 13, 2008 by Chuck

Economics
There is a graph showing the expansion path and three curves at 120, 180, 240 output levels.The expansion path hits these lines at(120) 20 (C)(capital units) 4(L)(Labor units, (180) 40 (C) 6(L), (240) 50(C) 8(L). There are three straight lines in faded gray that run with these...
July 15, 2009 by TrickyEcon

economics please help
this is a table with some questions and i don't know how to solve it (1)real domestic output (GDP=DI) in billions $200 $250 $300 $350 $400 $450 $500 $550 (2)aggregate expenditures private closed economy billions $240 $280 $320 $360 $400 $440 $480 $520 (3)exports billions $20 $...
November 3, 2006 by britney

economics
The manager of All City Realtors wants to hire some real estate agents to specialize in selling housing unit acquired by the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) in its attempt to bail out the savings and loan industry. The commission paid by the RTC to the company to sell these...
May 29, 2012 by Ashaki

economics
Wilpen Company, a price- setting firm, produces nearly 80 percent of all tennis balls purchased in the United States. Wilpen estimates the U. S. demand for its tennis balls by using the following linear specification: where Q is the number of cans of tennis balls sold ...
October 16, 2010 by raja

economics
6) If average movie ticket prices rise by about 5 percent and attendance falls by about 2 percent, other things being equal, the elasticity of demand for movie tickets is about: A. 0.0 B. 0.4 C. 0.6 D. 2.5 7) When labor is the variable input, the average product equals the A. ...
October 29, 2012 by johnny

Kome Economics
Why is the recommendation to eat more bread cereals and potatoes so significant to the health of the nation? I think the recommendation is to eat well balanced meals and to eat in modearation. The idea of more bread, cereals, and potatoes, I think, is that we need to eat more ...
September 11, 2006 by Anonymous

economics
During the Enlightenment, the City of Calgary had a more-or-less free market in taxi services. Any respectable rm could provide taxi service as long as the drivers and cabs satis ed certain safety standards. Let us suppose that the constant marginal cost per trip of a taxi ...
October 22, 2014 by AAAAAA

physics
Subjects Art Business Computers English Foreign Languages Health Home Economics Mathematics Music Physical Education Science Social Studies Features Contribute Download Experts Forum Job Openings Homework Tips Libraries.Jiskha Link to Us Reference School Supplies Search ...
February 23, 2008 by leesa

Economics
Hey just needed some pointers on the following questions. True or False? Explain.. 1. As long as the firm has to pay for an input, it would be wasteful not to use all input services purchased? 2. A profit-maximising competitive firm will never produce in the region where ...
October 11, 2006 by Jason

Managerial Economics
The Air Force awarded a $93 billion (or more) contract to a group led by Lockheed, Boeing and General Dynamics to build th new fighter plane for the 21st century, the YF-22 Lightning 2. A group headed by Northrop and McDonnell Douglas, which had spent more than $1 billion on ...
May 25, 2007 by Sharon Williams

Social Studies
I am having a hard time with economics - we just started in my social studies class. Can I have help with my homework, please? 1. What phrase best defines competition? (1 point) just one main buyer of a good or service just one main seller of a good or service many different ...
November 2, 2012 by George

Economics
I got a lot of problems with this exercise. I really hope you can help me. Thanks! Samantha Roberts has a job as a pharmacist earning $30.000 per year, and she is deciding whether to take another job as the manager of another pharmacy for $40.000 per year or to purchase a ...
March 16, 2009 by Muusen

Economics
Questions: Are the following workers more likely to experience short-term or long-term unemployment? Explain. a. A construction worker laid off because of bad weather. b. A manufacturing worker who loses her job at a plant in an isolated area. c. A stagecoach-industry worker ...
March 24, 2007 by Sarah

economics
what happens to the united states economy when the gold standard was discontinued? Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "gold standard economy discontinue" to get these possible sources: http://www.financialsense.com/editorials/fekete/...
March 31, 2007 by lauren

economics
To save on gasoline expenses, Edith and Mathew agreed to carpool together for traveling to and from work. Edith preferred to travel on I-20 highway as it was usually the fastest, taking 25 minutes in the absence of traffic delays. Mathew pointed out that traffic jams on the ...
July 3, 2014 by Helen

Economics
6. The chapter uses the analogy of a "leaky bucket" to explain one constraint on the redistribution of income. a. What elements of the U.S. system for redistributing income create the leaks in the bucket? Be specific. I would think it would be “people respond to incentives”, ...
March 5, 2007 by Sarah

economics
did the arizona gaspipeline in 2003 was there a shift in the supply curve demand curve or both? Did the shift happen tothe left or to the right? Your question is not a properly written sentence, but I will interpret it, as "When the Arizona gaspipeline ruptured in 2003, was ...
January 1, 2007 by mnarjann

Economics (& Public Policy)
I'm an idiot, but please let me know where to begin here. This is a distance learning course, and I CANNOT contact the professor, and cannot make sense of it in the textbook. If someone can please look at this and let me know where to begin, I thank you VERY much. "The ...
March 22, 2007 by KP

History
Please give me suggestion on thie essay that I wrote.However, maybe there is some points missing. Thanks. How did imperialism impact non-western economies? How did Europeans achieve these transformations of local economies? What were the effects of those transformations? ...
August 26, 2010 by Adesuwa

economics
As tradition has it, Santa Claus is coming on the 5th of December from Spain to the Netherlands to bring gifts to Dutch children. Help is needed to distribute the gifts for which the Santa Claus committee is hiring helpers, so-called Zwarte Pieten. There are two types of ...
December 30, 2009 by nate

Early child ed. /literacy question
I posted this question yesterday- and some felt that minimal parental education may have the greatest negative influence on child literacy. Whowever, one person seemed to think that low socioeconomic status has the greatest negative influence on child literacy. Which may have ...
September 25, 2007 by Anonymous

Career
1.)How people produce, distribute, and use goods and services? a.) Economy b.) Free enterprise system c.) Competition d.) Profit 2.)The amount of goods and services available for sale. a.) Producers b.) Consumers c.) Supply d.) Demand 3.)The amount of money left over after the...
April 30, 2015 by Amanda

Home Economics
I have two questions. These two questions have to do with interior decorating. 1) Which of the following expresses a color value? A)True Green B)Dark Green C)Blue-green D)Yellow-green 2) Which of the following statements is correct regarding the design concept of emphasis? A)...
March 2, 2007 by Mirayah

Economics
Suppose it became lawful for anyone to issue money without any government restrictions of any kind. What factors would influence an individual to either accept or reject privately issued money? What institutions might arise in the free market to help a person decide whether to...
July 16, 2006 by Paul

Economics
Are these examples of elastic/inelastic supply products correct? Plane tickets: A plane ticket is an example of inelastic supply. If the price of a ticket changes, the airline cannot quickly increase the supply of seats. It takes a long time to make more planes to provide ...
February 28, 2011 by David

Economics
Suppose you have an inflationary gap how would a classical economist, for example, explain how how to get rid of that gap? My Answer: I would think that the goods market would be affected. So, prices go down, aggregate supply decreases, and the aggregate supply curve shifts to...
April 16, 2007 by Sarah

us history
I was wondering if somebody could help me improve on my answers to these questions below. Thank you. One: Despite Watergate, did not Richard Nixon's presidency start the Republican ascendency of the following period? Why and how did this happen? -1. Yes it did. The Republican ...
July 29, 2014 by TayB

economics
What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a credit card? The good: Don't need to cary cash. Can buy needed goods on credit when you otherwise wouldn't be able to. The bad: Usually you pay high interest until the balance is zero. Most people are in debt up to their ...
May 31, 2007 by chrissy

Economics are these correct
Are these correct? Thanks, Answer is next to number of question C 1. Which of the following is consistent with the law of supply? a. As the price of calculators rises, the supply of calculators increases, ceteris paribus. b. As the price of calculators falls, the supply of ...
July 4, 2009 by Trying

Scl. Stds, economics
I need help! the answers are not in our book. Who were the curbstone brokers and what type of stocks were handled on the curb? When was the wall street journal first published and what promise did it make to its readers? What is the DOW Jones Average, and how was it first ...
January 4, 2007 by Kevin

Economics
Hi guys, I'm having a lot of trouble with this question. Maybe I should have paid attention more, too late now though. If anyone could help or point me out in the right direction, I'd really appreciate it! Thank you. Here is what the paper says "Your assignment is one used for...
November 15, 2010 by Andrew

Economics
You’ve been hired by an unprofitable firm to determine whether it should shut down its unprofitable operation. The firm currently uses 70 workers to produce 300 units of output per day. The daily wage (per worker) is $100, and the price of the firm’s output is $30. Although ...
December 11, 2006 by Sally

Economics
2. Compare the following two pairs of goods: Coke and Pepsi Skis and ski bindings In which case will the cosnumer respond more to a change in the relative price of the two goods? I think that it would the skis and ski bindings since they are complements. Is this accurate.:) I'...
October 15, 2006 by Econ Gal

Ecnomics
Wilpen Company, a price-setting firm, produces nearly 80 percent of all tennis balls purchased in the United States. Wilpen estimates the U.S. demand for its tennis balls by using the following linear specifications: Q= a + bP + cM + dPr Where Q is the number of cans of tennis...
July 3, 2009 by Christopher

Managerial Economics
Suppose your company is considering three health insurance policies. The first policy requires no tests and covers all preexisting illnesses. The second policy requires that all covered employees test negative for the HIV virus. The third policy does not cover HIV- or AIDS-...
May 20, 2015 by Jutee

American History
1. Reagan embraced the idea that through tax incentives the private sector would shift its resources from tax shelters to productive investment. This theory is referred to as A. supply-and-demand economics. B. neofederalism. C. deficit economics. D. supply-side economics. 2. ...
December 1, 2014 by Anonymous

economics
(A) “Market demand for wheat is relatively stable over time but market supply of wheat is very much influenced by the weather. For example, a natural drought decreases the supply of wheat and pushes up its prices while a bumper crop can severely depress wheat prices. Acts of ...
October 29, 2009 by Yasser

economics
I really need help. I need to answer this 3 questions My first is this: Pizzas CD's ------ ------ 0 15 1 14 2 12 3 9 4 5 5 0 Using this information, calculate the marginal benefit and draw the marginal benefit curve. ****I really need to know how to calculate it. My second ...
September 16, 2006 by G

economic
1 THE COPPERBELT UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS BSP 110 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS 2015 ASSIGNMENT DUE DATE: 4th January 2016 at 10am QUESTION A manufacturing firm in Kitwe has a normal demand curve given by Q = 5,000 – 100P and its total cost curve in the relevant range is TC = ...
January 6, 2016 by jojo

economic
1 THE COPPERBELT UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS BSP 110 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS 2015 ASSIGNMENT DUE DATE: 4th January 2016 at 10am QUESTION A manufacturing firm in Kitwe has a normal demand curve given by Q = 5,000 – 100P and its total cost curve in the relevant range is TC = ...
January 7, 2016 by jojo

Economics
Initially suppose that both countries have the same production function, namely q = K.3L.7. For this production function, MPL = .7K.3L-.3 and MPK = .3K.-7L.7. Derive (with all steps shown) the long-run total cost function for each country. (Given that both countries have the ...
December 6, 2015 by Sung Jun

economics
could we ever achieve an unemployment rate below full employment? What problems might we encounter if it did? I'm not sure if I understand your question. To my knowledge, we can never achieve full employment in the United States. It is always "an unemployment rate below full ...
March 20, 2007 by Kayla

for David, French
Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. I have been unable to read your question because of "error, Gateway timed out" BUT since I know you are requesting a translation site to do long sentences correctly, let me post what I wrote yesterday for the same type of ...
December 19, 2006 by SraJMcGin

Economics- Managerial
Wilpen Company, a price-setting firm, produces nearly 80 percent of all tennis balls purchased in the United States. Wilpen estimates the U.S. demand for its tennis balls by using the following linear specifications: Q= a + bP + cM + dPr Where Q is the number of cans of tennis...
June 30, 2009 by Christopher

economics
there are just certain things that i do not understand about the questions...(i did read A LOT last night and i did not find anything that really answered my questions)...To be more specific... suppose a competitive market consists of identical firms with a constant long run ...
September 21, 2007 by michele

Manageral Economics (Economyst Only Please)
Wilpen Company, a price- setting firm, produces nearly 80 percent of all tennis balls purchased in the United States. Wilpen estimates the U. S. demand for its tennis balls by using the following linear specification: where Q is the number of cans of tennis balls sold ...
October 16, 2010 by raja

Economics
Wilpen Company, a price- setting firm, produces nearly 80 percent of all tennis balls purchased in the United States. Wilpen estimates the U. S. demand for its tennis balls by using the following linear specification: where Q is the number of cans of tennis balls sold ...
February 19, 2012 by Greg

economics
Two companies, A and B, produce widgets. Each can produce 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4 widgets (they can’t  produce fractions of widgets). Let X be the number of units produced by A, and Y be the number of units produced by B. Given X and Y, widgets will sell at a price equal to $(14-X...
May 5, 2011 by Phil

Economics - Cost benefit analysis
Imagine that there are two cohorts of 100 patients each. One group got the flu vaccine and other group did not. Outcomes Vaccine Group Outcomes = 90 patients without the flu No-Vaccine Group Outcomes = 50 without the flu Costs Vaccine Group Costs = $100 per vaccination; $200 ...
April 16, 2011 by Hung

Managerial Economics
The manager of All City realtors wants to hire some real estate agents to specialize in selling housing units acquired by the Resolution Trust Commission (RTC) in its attempt to bail out the savings and loan industry. The commission paid by RTC to the company to sell these ...
November 24, 2010 by Dede

Economics
Determine whether each of the following would cause a shift in the aggregate demand curve, the aggregate supply curve, neither, or both. Which curve shifts, and in which direction? What happens to aggregate output and the price level in each case? a. The price level changes b...
September 6, 2006 by Jeffrey

economics
3. The following facts characterize the furniture industry in the United States:39 a. The industry has been very fragmented, so that few companies have the financial backing to make heavy investments in new technology and equipment. b. In 1998, only three U.S. furniture ...
May 3, 2015 by mike

Social Studies
1) Why was Harding's emphasis on "normalcy" an effective campaign strategy? A: Harding's emphasis on "normalcy" was an effective campaign strategy because many people strongly desired a return to "normal" life after the war. 2) How did Calvin Coolidge restore public confidence...
November 10, 2015 by Victoria

Historyy
2. ____________________ culture is conceived as small, incorporating a homogeneous population, typically rural and cohesive in cultural traits. A. Material B. Popular C. Folk D. Non-material E. Local Not sure 3. Which of the following is an example of a non-material aspect of ...
January 7, 2016 by Anonymous

economics
1)The director of marketing at Vanguard Corporation believes the sales of the company’s Bright Side Laundry detergent (S) are related to Vanguard’s own advertising expenditure (A), as well as the combined advertising expenditures of its three biggest rival detergents R). The ...
October 10, 2010 by raja

Economics
A firm and a worker interact as follows. First, the firm can make 2 contract offers (wage, jobtype): (w, z=0) and (w, z=1) where z=0 denotes the "safe" job and z=1 denotes the "risky job. After observing the firm's contract offer(w,z) the worker accepts or rejects it. If the ...
January 31, 2008 by Myolie

Economics
1) Which of the following is an example of a measure of labor productivity? a. Autos get 30 gallons to the mile. b. The growth rate of per capita real GDP is 3.5 percent per year. c. Farm workers produce 30 bushels of wheat per worker per day. d. Wages increase by 3.5 percent ...
June 8, 2010 by Suzy

Econ MC
Dick owns a dog whose barking annoys Dick's neighbor Jane. Dick receives personal benefit from owning the dog, and Jane bears a cost of Dick's ownership of the dog. Assuming Dick has the legal right to keep the dog, which of the following choices are true? a. A private ...
April 17, 2007 by Econ

Economics: Price Elasticity
Please check my answers whether they are correct or not. If not, please help me why they are wrong. Thank you. Question 1: Point: A (300, 1000) Point B: (200, 1200) According to the midpoint method, the price elasticity of demand for hot dogs between point A and point B is ...
October 2, 2008 by Anonymous

Economics
7. Suppose there are two possible income distributions in a society of ten people. In the first distribution, nine people have incomes of $30,000 and one person has an income of $10,000. In the second distribution, all ten people have incomes of $25,000. a. If the society had ...
March 8, 2007 by Sarah

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