Information technology and tools

A Pure Theory of Local Expenditures Author(s): Charles M. Tiebout Source: Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 64, No. 5 (Oct., 1956), pp. 416-424 Published by: The University of Chicago Press Stable URL: https://www.jstor.org/stable/1826343 Accessed: 11-02-2019 15:20 UTC REFERENCES Linked references are available on JSTOR for this article: https://www.jstor.org/stable/1826343?seq=1&cid=pdf-reference#references_tab_contents You may need to log in to… Continue reading Information technology and tools

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Repeatability and reproducibility

 For the process you chose (for your term project) in 1-3, write a report of 200–400 words about the repeatability and reproducibility of the measurement system. Address the following issues: What data must you collect? Who will collect the data? How do you trust that the data is accurate? See attached for the 1-3 Get Professional Assignment Help Cheaply Are you… Continue reading Repeatability and reproducibility

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Carbon Taxes Make Ireland Even Greener

Carbon Taxes Make Ireland Even Greener By ELISABETH ROSENTHAL DUBLIN — Over the last three years, with its economy in tatters, Ireland embraced a novel strategy to help reduce its staggering deficit: charging households and businesses for the environmental damage they cause. The government imposed taxes on most of the fossil fuels used by homes, offices, vehicles and… Continue reading Carbon Taxes Make Ireland Even Greener

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Measuring economic performance

QUESTION 1 1. The table below describes the output and price for a one-good economy over a 6 year period. Use the blank table you downloaded from the Quiz 3 Resources spreadsheet in the COURSE DOCUMENTS section to fill in the blanks for questions 7 through 12. Go ahead and fill in your table now… Continue reading Measuring economic performance

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Assignment on an antitrust case

Paper Topic Examples: Price Fixing: Addyston Pipe and Steel Company v. United States (1898) Predatory Pricing: Matsushita Electrical Industrial Co. v. Zenith Radio Corp. (1986) Predatory Pricing: Brooke Group. v. Brown and Williamson Tobacco (1993) Tying: International Salt Co. Inc v. United States (1947) Tying: Siegal et al. v. Chicken Delight, Inc. et al. (1971) Cartel (Explosives): United States v. ICI Explosives USA Inc. (1995) Cartel… Continue reading Assignment on an antitrust case

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Real world experiences of developing countries

Course Description:  This course introduces students to real-world experiences of developing countries.  It explores broad trends using real-country examples and provides theoretical tools to analyze these real-world experiences.  A detailed list of topics covered in this course includes:  1) Patterns of development; 2) Measuring economic growth and development; 3)   States and markets; 4) Inequality and… Continue reading Real world experiences of developing countries

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Basic causes or types of inflation

QUESTION 11 1. There are two basic causes or types of inflation. One type, called A)  pull, occurs when there is too much B) . In such a case, the price level would rise but the C)  rate would be low. In the case of cost-push inflation, the level of economic activity (as measured by the D)  GDP) would… Continue reading Basic causes or types of inflation

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