MACRO TEST 1:
Production Possibilities Curve
Law of Increasing Costs
Division of Labor
Capital Intensive Production
Labor Intensive Production
MACRO TEST 3:
John M. Keynes
National Debt (Public Debt)
MACRO TEST 2:
GDP (nominal GDP = current $ GDP)
Real GDP (constant $ GDP)
Indirect Business Taxes
Consumers Price Index
Microeconomics: US Govt Deficits
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U.S. Government Deficit: What is the problem?
The U.S. government deficit has been a big spotlight in media throughout the
years. This debt caused the effects of a financial crisis, long and deep r
Final: Perfect Competition, Monopolistic Competition, Oligopolies
Perfect Competition: Analysis
What is perfect competition? Perfect competition is known as a theoretical market
structure where competition is at its greatest level. This indust
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For the first three questions consider the Solow model we studied in class
represent total factor productivity, the investment rate and depreciation, respectively.
1. Suppose a country enacts a tax policy that discourages investment, an
1.1 create a plan for the collection of primary and secondary
data for a given business problem
1.2 present the survey methodology and sampling frame used
1.3 design a questionnaire for a given business problem
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Unit 9: Management Accounting: Costing
Calculus Based Optimization
Teaching Suggestion M6.1: Why Discuss Calculus?
Many of the quantitative models are derived with the help of calculus. The econom
Mathematical Tools: Determinants and Matrices
Teaching Suggestion M5.2: Matrices Can Be Used to Display
Data in Tabular Form.
As seen in Section M5-3 in this
Teaching Suggestion M4.1: Game Theory and Conict.
This module covers zero-sum, two-person games. Conict is a
part of our world. Students can be asked to
Decision Theory and the Normal Distribution
Teaching Suggestion M3.1: Reviewing the Normal Curve.
Most of the material in this supplement requires the use of the no
Teaching Suggestion M2.1: Overall Use of
Dynamic programming is a general approach that can be used to
solve a number of di
Analytic Hierarchy Process
Teaching Suggestion M1.1: Using Multifactor
Many decisions students make involve a numbe
September 6, 2012
Assignment # 1
The neoclassical economy consists of competitive markets, and individual initiatives to people.
The government has less interference in this type of economy only to the limited level.