Econnomics for Managers


This course is currently conflicting with my work and I don't want to drop it cause I want to stay on track to graduate. Looking for someone to complete this course. The course dates are 7 May 7 2017 to Jun 25 2017. ------------------------- ATTACHMENTS * __ MGMT 5143 ON 06.16.PDF [/download?f=179931&q=451806&csrf=592b98f3415a3] .....

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explainthe role of monitory policy and fiscal policy in causing and ending hyperinflation


explainthe role of monitory policy and fiscal policy in causing and ending hyperinflation .....

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Rhone-Poulenc Rorer, Inc Case-Study


Hello! I would need the calculation of the value for the CVR (it is a put option Pricing) and the extendible option. Could you help me? It would take not too much time but i don't know how to do it! Cheers ------------------------- ATTACHMENTS * __ UV2318-PDF-ENG (1).PDF [/download?f=177528&q=450695&csrf=592b95e974eaf] .....

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I am just looking to see if someone can have this done by tomorrow? ------------------------- ATTACHMENTS * __ AB224 UNIT 5 ASSIGNMENT TEMPLATE.DOCX [/download?f=173996&q=449435&csrf=592b9275c814c] * __ HINTS FOR UNIT 5 ASSIGNMENT.DOCX [/download?f=173997&q=449435&csrf=592b9275c814c] .....

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quantitative easing in the uk after global recession 2007/8 (originator)


Using graphs and literature explain how quantitative easing affected the UK after the global recession in 2007 whilst looking at the advantages and disadvantages of it. Also refer to Japan in 2001 and compare the two. NO introduction needed, between 800-1000 words. Use a minimum of 4 graphs, several quotes (referenced) ------------------------- ATTACHMENTS * __ MK.DOCX [/download?f=173772&q=449316&csrf=592b91df01cdf] .....

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Question 4 Suppose a firm faces a ‘Cobb-Douglas’ production function: Q = 0.5K0.5 L 0.5 where Q is output, and K and L are the amounts of capital and labour used in the production process. The marginal productivities associated with this production function are MPL = 0.25L -0.5K 0.5 and MPK = 0.25L 0.5K -0.5 . Labour costs (W) are €10 per hour and capital costs (R) are also €10 per hour. a. If the firm is operating efficiently, what is the cost of producing 100 units of output? How many units of labour and of capital will be employed? b. If, in the short run, the amount of input K is fixed at K = 75, how much labour would be needed to produce an output of 100? c. When K is fixed at 75, and 100 units of output are produced, by how much do short-run costs exceeds costs in the long run? d. When K is free to vary, what inputs will the firm use if the rental rate doubles to €20, W is unchanged and if the firm still wishes to produce 100 units of output? .....

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Time limit 15 hour Graph mandatory Question 1 The demand for ice cream is given by Qd = 20 –P where quantity is meas


Time limit 20 hour Graph mandatory Question 1 The demand for ice cream is given by Qd = 20 –P where quantity is measured in gallons. Ice cream can be supplied for: Qs = P – 10. a. What is the equilibrium price and quantity in this market? b. Suppose the government introduces a €1 tax on ice cream, collected from the buyer. Write down the new post-tax demand curve. c. After the tax is introduced, how many gallons are sold in equilibrium? What price is paid by buyers? What price is received by sellers? d. How much of the impact of the tax falls on buyers and how much on sellers? e. How much tax revenue is raised for the government? f. Suppose the government decides to switch the tax to one collected from sellers. What is the new post-tax supply curve? g. With the tax collected from sellers, what is the equilibrium quantity, the equilibrium price paid by buyers and that received by sellers? h. Comment very briefly on the outcomes under c) and g) QUESTION 2 Consider a market.....

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10-1 Final Project Part II Final Submission: Macroeconomic Analysis Paper


The macroeconomic analysis paper should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of Final Project Part II, including Section III (Macroeconomic Policies) and Section IV (Macroeconomic Conditions and Company Performance), which have not been covered in the milestones. In addition to covering all of the critical elements of Part II Milestone, the final submission should include the following elements, which cover Sections III and IV: (a) Describe the current monetary and fiscal policies in the United States. Consider including how these policies affect your company and its products and services. (b) Predict how possible changes in monetary and/or fiscal policy may impact the supply and demand of your product or service. (c) Describe the trends of two previously selected company performance variables (e.g., sales, stock pricing, net income) over the past three years. Keep in mind these are the performance variables.....

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Discussion Question: Macroeconomic Policies


Describe the characteristics of the current monetary policy and fiscal policy in the United States. Predict how possible changes in monetary and/or fiscal policy may impact the supply and demand of the product or service produced by the company you selected for your microeconomic/macroeconomic analysis papers as well as the financial performance of your chosen company. This discussion will help inform the macroeconomic policies section of Final Project Part II. .....

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