Problems for Unit 1, ECON 3357, Fall 2012, Darren Grant. Brief answers are provided below. The tutors
await your visit to work on these problems, and I will discuss one or two in class before they are due.
Book Sections: 6.1-6.4
Article to Read
FOR CHAPTER 4
1. Illustrate, for each situation, the effect of the event on price and quantity in the market
specified, using a supply/demand graph.
An decrease in income, on the market for gold.
A cost-saving technology improvemen
H omework Problems, Unit 1, ECO 361, Darren Grant.
I HOPE TO GO OVER THESE IN CLASS PRIOR TO THE HOMEWORK DAY
1. Unemployment. If I was discussing The Macroeconomics of SHSU, I could define unemployment
as the inability of a student to register for a clas
Homework 1, ECO 5351, Labor Economics, Darren Grant.
We will review these problems on Sept. 14, when I will invite students to go over the problems
before the class. Please hand in a photocopy of your work at the beginning of class on that day.
On this an
What would you say if instead of Yeti just being Built for the wild, it could do more and Last
for the wild?
Yeti, a synonymous name born and raised in Austin, Texas. Built for the wild, was envisioned
and brought into fruition by two brothers growing up
March 17, 2016
Austin, Texas 78702-2795
Dear Linda Jackson,
As you know, we appreciate your business and hope you will continue to look to us for all of your futu
Exercises 10-14 Redo
1) Cynthia Coopers Extraordinary Circumstances is required reading in some forensic accounting
2) The article How to Persuade People to Say Yes appeared in the May 2009 is
Roy and Ryan Seider
Austin, Texas 78702
Coolers (referred to from hereon in as the "Company") was established as a Sole Proprietorship
at 700 Chicon, Austin, Texas 7
Dear School Administrators,
c/o Professor Jackson
As parents it has come to our attention that the school is going to introduce a policy that allows students
to wear casual apparel when
When we communicate things that we care about, we do so mainly using nonverbal signals.
Nonverbal communication, or body language, includes facial expressions, body movement and gestures,
eye contact, posture, the tone of your voice, and even your muscle
Expanded Ham and Eggs Exercise, ECON 2302, Darren Grant. This exercise illustrates the
efficiency properties of perfect competition in a very non-technical way.
The inhabitants of an island archipelago, the Sandwich Islands, subsist solely on Ham and Egg
Market Analysis, ECO 361, Darren Grant, Spring 2010.
Singly or in a group, you are to design a presentation describing how a particular labor market
works. Over the course of the semester, we have become familiar with several labor markets and
how they op
Effective Communication Paper: Identify a specific real-world example that illustrates the negative
effects of an individual who did not consider the impact of his or her message on the receivers. Bring in
an article/news story that describes the example.