An Excel template is provided for your Problem Sets. Each problem is presented on a separate worksheet represented by the tabs at the bottom of the Excel worksheet. You must submit only one Excel file for your Problem Sets. All work must be shown and the final answer(s) must be highlighted in yellow, unless answers… Continue reading Panel Prompter And Article Review
Q1. All points on the production possibilities curve are efficient. [removed] a. true [removed] b. false Q2. A rightward shift of the production possibilities curve represents economic growth. [removed] a. true [removed] b. false Q3. Clean air is a scarce resource. [removed] a. true [removed] b. false Q4. If an economy is operating at a point inside the production possibilities curve,… Continue reading The production possibilities curve efficiency
Click the link above to respond to the discussion. If you need help with completing discussions please click here for more information. “Poverty” Please respond to the following: From the e-Activity, recommend at least one way to mitigate the issue of poverty and determine whether or not you believe it would be successful if implemented. Explain why or… Continue reading Public policy of the united states
Click the link above to respond to the discussion. If you need help with completing discussions please click here for more information. “Discrimination” Please respond to the following: From the scenario, identify the legal, ethical, and economic consequences of discrimination if the second assistant manager applied his strategy. Then, discuss the negative effects of discrimination on the copy… Continue reading Economic consequences of discrimination
EXAM 1/ Principles of Macroeconomics/ Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1. There would be no subject of economics (and you would have to drop this course immediately!) if a. wants were finite. b. resources were finite. c. wants were infinite.… Continue reading Principles of Macroeconomics Final Paper
The primary virtue of managerial economics lies in its: 1. logic. 2. usefulness. 3. consistency. 4. mathematical rigor. Managerial economics cannot be used to identify: 1. how macroeconomic forces affect the organization. 2. goals of the organization. 3. ways to efficiently achieve the organization’s goals. 4. microeconomic consequences of managerial behavior. The value-maximizing organization design does not involve the: 1. assignment of decision rights.… Continue reading The primary virtue of managerial economics
< Macroeconomics 19th Edition by McConnell MCQs Set1 & Set 2 > Macroeconomics approaches the study of economics from the viewpoint of: 1. A. the entire economy. 2. B. governmental units. 3. C. the operation of specific product and resource markets. 4. D. individual firms. Which of the following is associated with macroeconomics? 1. A. an examination of the… Continue reading Macroeconomics approaches and study of economics
For economists, the word “utility” means: 1. A. versatility and flexibility. 2. B. rationality. 3. C. pleasure or satisfaction. 4. D. purposefulness. In economics, the pleasure, happiness, or satisfaction received from a product is called: 1. A. marginal cost. 2. B. rational outcome. 3. C. status fulfillment. 4. D. utility. When economists say that people act rationally in their self interest, they… Continue reading Rationality,pleasure and satisfaction.
Macroeconomics approaches the study of economics from the viewpoint of: 1. A. the entire economy. 2. B. governmental units. 3. C. the operation of specific product and resource markets. 4. D. individual firms. Which of the following is associated with macroeconomics? 1. A. an examination of the incomes of Harvard Business School graduates 2. B. an empirical investigation of the general… Continue reading The entire economy and governmental units.