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Weekly Position Papers Please submit your assignment saved in the following format; lastname_week_X. Each position paper should be between 2-3 pages in double spaced, 12 pt Times New Roman font. Week 2: Readings: (i) A Sadder, Wiser Union ; and, (ii) The Buyout Boom's Dark Side Question: How can the role of costs make a firm more socially responsibly? In other words, if a firm's goal is to maximize profits, then how can variations in both explicit and implicit costs cause a change in the firm's behavior toward social responsibility (maybe even egalitarian)? Week 3: Readings: (i) Theses On Sustainability ; (ii) Pleanty More Fish In The Sea ; and, (iii) How Behavioral Economics Could Save Both the Fishing Industry and the Oceans Question: In his article Plenty More Fish in the Sea” , Pooley describes the problem with sustainable fish markets. Relate the model of sustainability discussed in Zencey's Theses on Sustainability to apply to the modern fishing industry. Week 4: Readings: (i) Perpetual Motion ; and, (ii)
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  • Fall '14
  • fuhr
  • Times Roman, pt Times New, regulated utility monopolies, sustainable fish markets, Electric-fuel-trade Acid Test, new banking policies

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