Module 4 ASSIGNMENT
Total point value: 72
This assignment must be submitted by (See due dates.).
The procedure for completing the exercises is below each exercise. Be sure to follow
1. Visit the Occupational Outlook Handbook at http:/www.bls.gov/ooh/h
ECON 2020 Assignment 4Total point value: 72
1a: Financial Managers are responsible for the financial health of an organization. They produce
financial reports, direct investment activities, and develop strategies and plans for the long-term financial
Module 1 Instructor's Practice Questions
Identify the TRUE statements. Identify the FALSE statements
1. Economics is a study of how people allocate their limited resources to satisfy
their unlimited wants.
2. Microeconomics deals with specific product pri
Module 3 Instructor's Practice Questions
1. The demand curve of a perfectly competitive firm slopes downward to the right.
2. The demand curve of a perfectly competitive industry is horizontal.
3. Firms who are price takers advertise extensively.
ECON 2020 Assignment 3Complete before taking Quiz 3.
1. Which of the following will be classified as a perfectly competitive firm? a) A firm that is among 100,000
producers of green peas; b) a large firm among 500 producers of yellow cabbage; c) Both are
Module 2 Instructor's Practice Questions
Part 1: Match statements 1-12 with the terms or words below.
a) elastic b) inelastic c) perfectly inelastic d) unit elastic
e) fall f) rise g) more h) less
1. If the demand for ham is relatively elastic, a 10% decl
Module 4 Instructor's Practice Questions
Detemine whether the statements below are true or false. Change the false statements into true
statements. Study all statements carefully before taking the quiz. Very carefully study
instructor's notes again. Spend
ECON 2020 Module 1 ASSIGNMENT
Part 1: 12 points
1.a. Name two of the five non-prices (other) determinants that cause a change in demand.
* Two of the five non-price or other determinants that cause a change in demand are income and
Three Cures for the United States National Debt
Gerald C Johnston Jr
The U.S. national debt is rising to unsustainable levels. At the end of the countrys 2012
fiscal year the national debt stood at just over 16 trillion dollars. That total was up from 201
Module 3 Instructor's Practice/Study Questions
Part 1: Completion
1. A higher price level will cause the value of income to _and interest rates and
U.S. imports to _.
2. Decrease in taxes and/or a drop in the foreign exchange value of the dollar are likel
Module 5 Instructor's Practice Questions
Choose an item from "a - m" that best completes statements
1 - 9. One word may be used more than once. Beside each
number, write the WORD that best completes the statement.
ECON 2010- Extra Credit 2
a. Topic I-Unemployment of N-2 has many key concepts including "part-time
workers" which are covered in the report at #1 website.
* 2. No adjustments are made for the Semi-hidden Unemployed (part-time
Module 4 Instructor's Practice Questions
1. Money is anything generally accepted as a medium of exchange.
2. When you pay for a haircut you are using money as a store of value.
3. The value of money is directly related to the price level.
ECON 2010 Assignment 4- Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
Submit by the due date. Five points will be deducted from the score for each late
1. Search the Web for an article (report) on the following topic:
Federal Deposit Insurance Corpora
Determinants of Planned Consumption and
Determinants of Investment
Determining Equilibrium Real GDP
Keynesian Equilibrium with Government and the
Foreign Sector Added
The Multiplier, Total Expenditures, and
ECON 2010 - Assignment #4 Fall
Chapter 10 Changes in AS & AD (5 points)
For each question, suppose that the economy begins at the long-run equilibrium
point A in the diagram below. Identify which of the other points on the diagram
points B, C, D, or E co
The BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee BlueCare program offers person-centered care planning, service
coordination, and support services for members receiving state benefits or services. The BlueCare DSNP
program is a subset program that focuses on memb
Under the cost minimization rule, when will a firm employ only human labor? A firm would do this
when employing only human labor results in the firm being able to keep its costs at the lowest possible
point, because cost minimization means t
Why do you suppose that a brand new firm rarely begins as a publicly held corporation?
The regulations are tough enough in the Unites States that it dissuades already successful
proprietorships and partnerships from deciding to incorporate af
Why might regulatory agencies utilize labor more intensively than private firms? Regulatory agencies
are not allowed to hire and fire as volume of work necessitates. Once an employee is hired to a
regulatory agency the agency has committed to
Why do you suppose that some publishers are selling space for advertisements in their e-books and
sometimes even in physical books? Why not try to add some additional revenue instead of leaving blank
spaces in some areas? In my opinion it is
If the industry shales shares of the top four publishers in Figure 26-5 remained unchanged, but the
remaining firms merged to form a single company, would the four-firm concentration ratio change?
Yes, the four-firm concentration would change
If the position of the demand curve for digital rock music has remained unchanged, what can
account for a continuing rise in the market clearing price?
When demand is unchanged, a lower supply, one that does not match the demand, will equate
How could the receipt of new information about health implications of foods, alcohol, and
tobacco affect a consumer optimum?
Consumer optimum, or the point at which consumers reach maximum satisfaction, relative to
their income or budget and
Why do you suppose that employment growth is about 20 percent greater in unlicensed occupations
than in licensed occupations? Any job where licensing is necessary means that more education and
more training was required for that occupation. T
If input prices had increases as firms entered the lithium industry in response to rising demand, what
would have been the shape of the long-run supply curve? In this case prices would have to be
increased as result of the increase of input p
Other things being equal, what will happen to automakers profits if they are able to sell more
vehicles using battery packs and thereby scale up batter production? I would assume that
profits for the automakers would go up as long as the dema