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Valerie Bodden K. (10-0014) Macroeconomics Prof. Suero January 14, 2011 Homework 2 Page 22 3.7) Some of the economic statistics that would be needed in order to justify these analysis would probably be: unemployment rate, and specified in the areas most likely to outsource to another country, meaning for example, the unemployment rate of data entry personnel, the yearly average income, the demand /supply for these specific jobs, and the
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Unformatted text preview: average of companies that have outsourced. Page 35 1A.2) 1.A.3) From 2000-2001 was the largest fall. One calculates this by using the slope formula (rise/run). 1.A.4) 5,292b 5,189b = -1.94% 5,292b Economists call the percentage change in real GDP from one year to the next the growth rate of the economy. 1A.5) a) B) Total Revenue is equal to: For $2.50= $250,000 $1.25= $250,000...
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