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are there any welfare or subsidy payments that should be received or added

economics
to whom are these welfare or subsidies provided and how

economics
What is the south african government providing and to whom

Debate/Economics
How can the educational infrastructure of countries who are lacking or weak in educational imfrastructure be improved? Is funding an educational burden? Is a standards based education beneficial? I money the only issue? What other types of foreign aid can a country, like New ...

economics
Are there any welfare or subsidy payment that should be reviewed or added

economics
What are the cost and consequences of providing the subsidies and welfa re

economics
how would you assess hitler?write a detailed description about him.can you imagine yourself as hitler?if not,why not?

Managerial Economics
Venture capital (VC) firms are pools of private capital that typically invest in small, fast-growing companies, which usually can’t raise funds through other means. In exchange for this financing, the VCs receive a share of the company’s equity, and the founders of the ...

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-...

Managerial Economics
You’re the manager of global opportunities for a U.S. manufacturer, who is considering expanding sales into Europe. Your market research has identified three potential market opportunities: England, France, and Germany. If you enter the English market, you have a 0.5 chance ...

Managerial Economics
Should owners of a private company contemplating an IPO (a sale of stock to the public) release information about the company, or keep as much of it as they can to themselves?

Managerial Economics
Soft selling occurs when a buyer is skeptical of the quality or usefulness of a product or service. For example, suppose you’re trying to sell a company a new accounting system that will reduce costs by 10%. Instead of asking for a price, you offer to give them the product ...

Economics
The south african government is not providing enough welfare or subsidies to the poor and the underpriviledge. To whom are these welfare or subsidies provided and how?

Economics
Can someone please explain the difference between these, and how they apply to someone that has monotonic preferences? I have read in the book but they all seem to be running together and am so confused! Thank you. Symmetry Convexity Local Non-satiation Transitivity Completeness

economics
3 firms a, b, and c. A emits 15 units of pollution @ $1 cost to reduce pollution. B. emits 30 units @ $2 reduction cost. C. 45 units at $3 cost of reduction. Policy makers are seeking to cut pollution in half (90 to 45 units). How to go about it in a fair efficient way. 1. the...

Microeconomics
Medical doctors earn higher incomes than people who have a Ph. D in economics. This is partly because A. Medical doctors are more likely to face malpractice lawsuits. B. The costs of receiving necessary medical education are higher C. A relatively small number of students are ...

economics
are there any welfare or subsidy payments that should be reviewed or added

economics
what are welfare payments or consumer subsidies

Biology, agriculture, economics
How much damage in dollars has Tobacco Mosaic Virus caused in the U.S. in recent years? I'm working on a paper, and I've scoured the internet, google scholar, USDA website, the DHHS, Penn Stae and I can't find anything. Need a source to site as well. Any help is appreciated!

Economics
Suppose that Erin spends all of her income on two goods: pizza and fiction novels. If the price of pizza rises, then A. The current marginal utility per dollar spent on pizza will rise B. The current marginal utility per dollar spent on pizza will fall C. The current marginal ...

Mashile
If i'm doing this subjects: Economics,Maths Literacy,Tourism,Business studies,will i be able to become a tour guide?

Managerial Economics
1. A principal-agent problems occur when managerial decisions are not consistent with the firm's shareholders' interests. T 2. A firm making more than a normal profit may still be experiencing an economic loss. T 3. An inferior good is a good whose demand decreases as its ...

Economics/Marketing
How are target audiences and communications strategies developed for conservation projects?

English
Story : The Ethanol Debate Natalie Stewart What feature of the selection BEST illustrates that it is a persuasive essay? A) < -- A? the chart showing the rise in corn prices B) the information on how farmers feed their herds C) the description of how ethanol use costs ...

Economics
What are the costs and consequences of providing the subsidies and welfare

Economics
What is South African government providing and to whom?

economics maths lit business and tourism
Does economists career allow those who did pure maths only?

Economics
Can someone help me make few sentences of a rap regarding Economics. The key words or phrases are econ is a drug, staying all night study,

economics
A country which is less productive at making everything would not expect to enjoy gains from international trade. Do you agree?

Economics
What are the cost and consequences of providing the subsidies and welfare?

Economics
can someone help me put (yuan depreciates against the dollar into one stanza of a song.

Business Economics
What subsidies and welfare payments is the south african government providing and to whom ?

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 ...

economics
Are there any current subsidy or welfare issues that are being addressed in parliament or in municipalities

Economics
Assume that a local bank sells two services – checking accounts and ATM card services. Mr. Done That is willing to pay $8 a month for the bank to service his checking account, and $10 a month for unlimited use of his ATM card. Ms. Been There wants to pay only $5 for a ...

History
Politicians are most likely to make laws with short-term benefits and long-term costs because a.) they do not understand economics b.) they are not worried about the future c.) they wish to please voters today d.) they thing the laws are necessary

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...

Economics
At the present price of $20 per unit, the firm is selling 2000 units of a good. It believes that the price elasticity of demand for the good is - 1.0. If the price is lowered to $18, then the buyers would be expected to buy a) 1800 units b) 2000units c) 2200 units d) 2222 ...

History/ Civics
1.How did the capture of Vicksburg, Mississippi, take advantage of a Confederate weakness? A-The Confederacy had few soldiers and relied on its well-trained generals to win battles. B- The Confederacy had few weapons manufacturers and relied on Vicksburg for ammunition. C- The...

History
1.Which 19th century movements were most associated with each another? A- Socialism and imperialism B- Transcendentalism and utopianism C- abolitionism and manifest destiny D- romanticism and democratic-republicanism 2.The writings of Transcendentalists had the greatest ...

History
1.Which 19th century movements were most associated with each another? A- Socialism and imperialism B- Transcendentalism and utopianism C- abolitionism and manifest destiny D- romanticism and democratic-republicanism 2.The writings of Transcendentalists had the greatest ...

Economics
A business can produce its product in different versions: Version A has a basic design and a lower cost and Version B has an upgraded design and a higher cost of production. The business knows there are different types of customers, “High” demand (H) and “Low” demand (...

Economics
Suppose the market wage for farmers is $10 per hour in country A and $20 per hour in country B, there is the same number of people in both countries, there is the same amount of arable land, and initially there is no way for farmers to move between A and B. Based on economic ...

economics
What is the south African government providing and to whom?

Life orientation
What is socio economics issues?

Economics
17. The current price for a good is $20, and 100 units are demanded at that price. The price elasticity of demand for the good is -1. When the price of the good drops by 10% to $18, consumer surplus: Increases or decreases by $__?

Economics
Elesha babysits on the weekends for extra money. Suppose that three neighbors with children are interested in paying Elesha to babysit their children. In particular, Dr. and Mrs. Brown would be willing to pay $30 to have Elesha babysit their children, Mrs. Smith would be ...

economics
the south african government is not providing welfare or suubsidies to the poor and underpriveledged

Economics
what is a hype song to rap to a economics question. Like this example: search (I'm on econ) on youtube

maths lit , life sciences, business studies and economics
what can i be with these subjects please people i need help

home economics
Find the marginal and average function for each of the following functions. a). TC=3Q^2+5Q+10, b). TC=30+5Q-2Q^2+4Q^3

economics
Dr. Leona Williams, a well-known plastic surgeon, has a reputation for being one of the best surgeons for reconstructuve nose surgery. Dr. williams enjoys a rather substantial degree of markt power in this market

Economics
Two firms produce the same good and compete against each other in a Cournot market. The market demand for their product is P = 204 - 4Q, and each firm has a constant marginal cost of $12 per unit. MR1 = 204 - 8q1 - 4q2. Let q1 be the output produced by firm i, where i = 1,2. 1...

economics
what are welfare payments or consumer subsidies

economics
are there any current subsidies or welfare issues that are being discussed or addressed in parliament or in municipalities

economics
are there any welfare or subsidy payments that should be reviewed or added

Economics
what is the south African government providing in terms of welfare & to whom

Economics
what are the costs and consequences of providing subsidies & welfare in south africa

Economics
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Economics
A used car dealer bought a 1998 Volvo for $1,000. He paid a worker $200 to wash it. He purchased four tires for a total of $400 to replace the existing tires on the car. He sold the car for $4,000. All these economic activities took place in 2011. The used car dealer's value ...

Economics
Here is Mrs. Baker's revenue and expenses for 2014: Revenue from sale of bread = $65,000 Cost of materials (such as sugar, yeast, baking soda, etc.) = $15,000 Wages paid = $20,000 Rent paid = $10,000 Mrs. Baker's contribution to the 2014 GDP was what? I'm confused because I'm ...

Economics
Given a demand fxn of 20-2P and a supply fxn of -4+P for a perf. competitive market: 1. Calculate the equilibrium price and qty. (I got e. price = 4 and e. qty = 8 is that right?) 2. Calculate producer surplus, consumer surplus. (i got 8 and 4) 3. if the market becomes a ...

economics
Given a demand fxn of 20-2P and a supply fxn of -4+P for a perf. competitive market: 1. Calculate the equilibrium price and qty. (I got e. price = 4 and e. qty = 8 is that right?) 2. Calculate producer surplus, consumer surplus. (i got 8 and 4) 3. if the market becomes a ...

Economics
Which is an example of thinking at the margin? A. figuring out what you will give up and what you will gain by hiring a new worker B. thinking about whether or not to go on a vacation to a warm beach C. drawing plans to build an extra room on an old home D. deciding whether to...

Engineering Economics
A granary has two options for a conveyor used in the manufacture of grain for transporting, filling, or emptying. One conveyor can be purchased and installed for $70,000 with $3,000 salvage value after 16 years. The other can be purchased and installed for $110,000 with $4,000...

Economics
What compound annual growth rate is represented by these figures? (Show working). China`s GDP was $1.9 trillion in 2004 and $10.3 trillion in 2014

us history
Which set of issues led to the Civil War? Economics, religion, boundaries Politics, education, voting rights Slavery, politics, economics Voting rights, slavery, politics is it c pls help me

us history
Which set of issues led to the Civil War? Economics, religion, boundaries Politics, education, voting rights Slavery, politics, economics Voting rights, slavery, politics is it c or d

MATHEMATICAL LITERACY,ECONOMICS,TOURISM AND BUSINE
WHAT CAREER CAN I SUDY WITH THE FOLLOWING SUBJECT? AM STUDYING GRADE 10 AT HLONIPHA HIGH SCHOOL

maths literacy,tourism,business studies and economics
Which careers should I follow with these subjects?

economics
If a new breakthrough in manufacturing technology reduces the cost of producing cricket bats by half, what would happen to the demand for cricket bats and demand for cricket balls?The answer is the demand for cricket bats unchanged, the demand for cricket balls increases. I ...

Economics
China's slowdown Jan 20th 2015, 10:26 by S.R. | SHANGHAI MUCH of the analysis of China’s 2014 GDP data, which the government published today, has focused on the economy’s slowdown That is, on one level, understandable. Growth of 7.4% was China’s weakest in 24 years (see ...

economics
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 pharmacy that generates a revenue of $200,000 per year. To purchase the pharmacy, ...

economics
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 pharmacy that generates a revenue of $200,000 per year. To purchase the pharmacy, ...

Economics
1. What determines the size of the key-money payments that landlords demand (and tenants offer) for the right to rent a controlled apartment? 2. Who, other than the owners of rental units, loses as a result of rent controls? Who gains from rent controls? What effect would the ...

Economics
1. (TCO 3) Which of the following is most likely to be an implicit cost for Company X? (Points : 1) Forgone rent from the building owned and used by Company X Rental payments on IBM equipment Payments for raw materials purchased from Company Y Transportation costs paid to a ...

Economics
Is a country with a trade surplus better off or worse off than a country with a trade deficit? Provide your rationale.

Economics
Why would a country such as the United States, which can presumably produce everything it needs itself, choose to trade with other nations?

Economics
Please simplify. Thanks. Cecelia is an avid art collector who owns many original works of art. Recently, she decided to sell an oil painting by Norman Rockwell. The buyer paid $500,000 for the painting. Since Cecelia had paid just $350,000 for the painting, she made a profit, ...

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...

Economics
Mallory's total income last year was $24,000, but she could deduct $12,000 for various reasons. Her taxable income equals the amount left over after deductions. If she had to pay 15 percent of her taxable income in federal income tax, which you can calculate by multiplying her...

Economics
4. Cecelia is an avid art collector who owns many original works of art. Recently, she decided to sell an oil painting by Norman Rockwell. The buyer paid $500,000 for the painting. Since Cecelia had paid just $350,000 for the painting, she made a profit, or capital gain, on ...

Economics
David lives in Manhattan, where the combined state/local sales tax is 8.375 percent. David just purchased a digital camera that was priced at $800. Determine the sales tax he paid by calculating 8.375 percent of $800 (multiply by 0.08375). How much sales tax did he pay? Could ...

Economics
The assessed value of Patty's residential property was $200,000 in 2004. In 2006, the assessed value increased to $225,000. The property tax rate in both years was 1.2 percent. Patty earned $60,000 each year. Determine Patty’s property taxes for 2004 by calculating 1.2 ...

12th Grade
What career can I study if I am doing this subject: Mathamatical literacy ,Accounting , Economics And Business studies anyone who can help?

Maths lit, geography, economics and cat
I need to know which career can i ff with this subjects? i passed my matric with bachelor last year i gained 33 points plz help me.

soc stu
which of these states a basic economic question? a) what job is best? b) how much should this item cost? c) what goods should be produced d) why should people learn about economics? I think C or A

economics
4) From October 1994 to march 1995, the price of cotton increased from $0.65 to over $1 per pound, the highest level since civil war. According to business week, ‘supplies have dwindled because of poor crops in china, india, and Pakistan. At the same time, consumers, ...

Economics
What is the law of demand and dimishing marginal approach

Economics
How do you accelerate economic growth in China? What policies in Switzerland could potentially help China's economy, which would in turn help Switzerland's?

economics
The production function for our Production is Q = 25L - 0.05L^2; where Q is output and L is man-hours. What level of man-hours will maximize total output?

Writing Skills Part 4
1.When creating a writing plan,which of the following should come first? *A.Material that will capture the reader's interest B.The first section of the body of the essay C.A brief summary of the conclusion 2.Which two things must be accomplished by the introduction if the ...

Economics
1. How does the current anti-corruption movement in China affect relatively tax free countries(ex. monocao, switerland etc.)? 2. EU relation with China

Economics
What are the conditions of China's economy in transition these past few years? How does it benefit(or harm) the country Switzerland? If it benefits Switzerland, how will Switzerland's IMF(international monetary fund)be affected or act towards it? And if it harms Switzerland, ...

Economics
Calculate the mean, median, mode of the following set of numbers:21,22,23,24,25,26,23,28,29,30,,2​4,31,34,28

Economics
In a perfect competitive market setting,which of the following would be a true statement? a)market price automatically sets itself exactly at equilibrium b)market price rarely trends toward the equilibrium value c)wage rates trend toward marginal revenue product levels d)wage ...

Economics
When a monopolist increases sales by one unit a)more low priced sales caused negative marginal b)every other unit must be sold at a lower price c)gains some revenue from selling the extra unit D)loses some revenue and all of the above

Economics
he graph below shows 2 budget lines and 6 consumption points for Pepsi and Dr. Pepper (A,B,C,D,E, and F). Assume that the consumer, Fred, attempts to maximize his utility and exhausts his budget on the two goods.

Economics
When dealing with the probabilities in the payoff matrix, would you always go with the highest calculated value? For example, I calculated payoff by multiplying the hours it would take to do something times the probability. Then used those values and took the sum for each row ...

ECONOMICS
A monopolistically competitve firm produces 100 units of output per period, selling each unit for $75. Marginal revenue and marginal cost of the one-hundredth unit are each $50. Average total cost is $60. a) Does this situation correspond to short-run equilibrium? Why or why ...

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