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global civics? What are the obstacles to achieving global civics?
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Question: Bhattacharya explains that the EMDCs (Emerging Markets and Developing Countries)
have been growing faster than the AEs (Advanced Economies). This is what Bhattacharya and
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BUS 212 FINANCIAL REPORTING AND COST ANALYSIS / HANDOUT 1
Q1. Oslo Company began operation on January 1 of the current year. At the end of the year, the
companys auditor discovered that all expenditures involving long-term assets had been debited to an
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STANBUL BLG UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE
INT 202
Spring 2017
Instructor(s):
Office Hours:
Yelda YCEL
TBA
Teaching Assistants:
Sait akr
Office Hours:
TBA
Course Objective:
This course is designed to p
PRINCIPAL PLAYERS
IN FOREIGN TRADE TRANSACTIONS
WHY DO COUNTRIES TRADE?
PRICE (COST) reasons
Competitive Advantages Theory : every country may have different
cost & pricing structures for a given product (eg. Many Sectors/ China)
QUANTITY reasons
Som
Problem Session-3
INT 202
1) Assume that Dell adds value by assembling computer components that are produced abroad. Suppose
that 20% of a computers final value is attributed to domestic assembly activities (value added) . The
remaining 80% reflects the v
Comparative Advantage - 2
1)The maximum amount of steel or aluminum that Canada and France can produce if they fully use all the factors of
production at their disposal is shown in the following table:
Steel and Aluminum
Production
Steel (tons)
Aluminum (
Comparative Advantage vs Absolute Advantage PS
INT 202
1. Home has 1.200 units of labor available. It can produce two goods, apples and bananas. The
unit labor requirement in apple production is 2, while in banana production it is 3.
a. Graph Homes produc
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Economic Principles Solutions to Problem Set 1
Question 1. Let < be represented by u : Rn ! R. Prove that u (x) is strictly quasiconcave if and only if + < is strictly convex. "If"part: ( "strict convexity of <")" strict quasiconcavity of u" ). n For x; y
Economic Principles Solutions to Problem Set 10
Question 1 (a) In this economy there are two goods, labor h and the public good x. By Walras'law we can set the price of labor w = 1:By constant return to scale, the price of the public good in equilibrium m
Economic Principles Solutions to Problem Set 5
Question 1 f (= (minf x1 ; x2 g) Since f (kx1 ; kx2 ) = (minf kx1 ; kx2 g) = k minf x1 ; x2 g = k f (x1 ; x2 ), we have that:
< 1 =) f (kx1 ; kx2 ) < kf (x1 ; x2 ) () decreasing returns to scale = 1 =) f (kx1
Economic Principles Solutions to Problem Set 11
Question 1 (a) The maximization problem of the monopolist is: max
q
(70
q)q
6q
The F.O.C. is 70 2q = 6 =) q = 32 Also, the monopolistic price and pro.ts are p = 70 q = 38 = q (p AC) = 32
(38 5.
6) = 1024
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Economic Principles Solutions to Problem Set 8
Question 1 Let p denote the price of the coconuts and w denote the price of Robinson' time. s Normalize p = 1. p Given the production function, the producer will choose l to maximize p l wl. Hence, the produc
Economic Principles Solutions to Problem Set 9
Question 1 (a) The Pareto-e cient allocations solve to the following problem (where we took the square root of uA and take the logarithm, both monotonic transformations): max ln xA + ln xA 1 2 s.t. ln xB + ln
Economic Principles Solutions to Problem Set 3
Question 1 The WARP requires that, if a bundle x0 is chosen when another bundle x1 is available, then when this new bundle x1 is itself chosen, x0 must not be available. Assuming budget balancedness, wi = pi
Economic Principles Solutions to Problem Set 6
Question 1 We know that in the long run equilibrium, price will be equal to the minimum of the AC of the production for a representative .rm, and it is equal to M C as well. AC(q) = a c(q) = + b + cq q q a +c
Economic Principles, Spring 2013 Final Exam Solutions You have two hours to complete this exam. Please answer the following four questions. Be sure to allocate your time in proportion to the points. Always justify your answers by providing a formal proof
Economic Principles Solutions to Problem Set 2
Question 1. Given the conditions, Bob' budget constraint is equal to: s (x1 i.e., 2x1 + 2x2 = 100 if x1 10 x1 + 2x2 = 90 if x1 > 10 Graphically, the budget constraint looks as follows:
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Economic Principles Solutions to Problem Set 4
Question 1 The investor' problem is s max
n X i=1 i u(w
2[0;1]
(1
) r+w
xi )
Let wi = w (1 ) r+w xi . For simplicity, let' assume that we have an interior solution, then F.O.C. implies that s
n X i=1 iu 0
(wi
Economic Principles, Spring 2013 Midterm Solutions
You have two hours to complete this exam. Please answer the following three questions. Be sure to allocate your time in proportion to the points. Always justify your answers by providing a formal proof or