Group Project Instructions

Group Project Instructions - You can tell whether a man is...

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You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions. Naguib Mahfouz The one real object of education is to have a man in the condition of continually asking questions. Bishop Creighton For this exercise, your group is to come up with an interesting question of an economic nature, and provide an economic answer or answers. Examples of such questions might be: “Why are there eight hotdogs to a package, and ten buns?” “Why do brides buy their dresses and grooms rent their tuxedos?” Many of these questions can be rather whimsical, but the answers can show examples of economic reasoning and theory. There may be other potential answers that don’t have do with economics (trade custom, habit, or ritual, for instance), but your query should focus on the economic perspective. Your findings will be presented as a PowerPoint presentation in class on December 7. This assignment is worth 100 points, broken down as follows:
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