Lecture 4 (week 4)
government price setting
and taxes Coglan
Lecturer: Dr Louisa
What are we covering in this lecture?
looking at what happens when the market deviates from the
market equilibrium as a result of go
They prefer to maintain ownership of all units to ensure
continued good service and quality, which means direct
monitoring at different locations, this may be very
expensive. Transport cost. 3. The Quantum Division of
Nextel Corp., based in San Jose, Cali
BSB113 Assessment 2
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Name: Callum Brady
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Due Date: Thursday 12th of May
Word Count: 1,246
The use of plastic bags, and their lack of correct disposal, is a prominent environment
Keynes out of drawer
Were not all Keynesians again To have any chance of working, Keynesian
demand management will have to be reconciled with the now challenged
modern supremacy of supply-side economics. As the free-market economist
GDP: Measuring Total Production, Income &
How households and firms make choices, how they interact in
markets, and how government intervention influences market
How the national and inte
Unemployment and Inflation
Making lemonade out of lemons
Woolworths benefited from strong sales during the economic boom from the
1990s to 2007. However, low unemployment can increase production costs,
as shortages of labour can lead to a rise in wages.
What is the CPI?
What is deflation?
What is deflation risk?
Why deflation risks could lead the Reserve Bank to
cut official interest rate?
What is the official interest rate?
What does take up rates baton mean? For
Trade patterns in Australia
The Theory of Trade
Are you against free trade and globalisation?
Cheap Paint Destroys Jobs
LHMU assistant national secretary Tim Ferrari
The importance of trade to the Australian economy
Exports and imports as a proportion of GDP have been increasing over time in Australia
What is the difference between absolute advantage and comparative advantage? Will a
Suppose that the following table represents the goods and services produced in a very
simple economy in 2009 and 2010. Assume that steel is used as an input in the
production of cars. Assume that 2009 is the base year. Use the information in Table 1 t
FISCAL POLICY All Questions highlighted are on the exam
What is Fiscal Policy?
Changes in federal taxes and purchases to achieve the macroeconomic policy objectives.
The objectives include
- Full employment
- Price stability
- Healthy rates of economic gr
QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY TUTORIAL 30
Plastic bag consumption in Australia is considered a waste of a renewable resource that creates an
abundance of environmental issues. This essay will analyse the
Economics at Caboolture
Semester 2 2016
Associate Professor Louisa Coglan
What we will be covering?
A reminder of why you are studying
Walking you through the CB model
BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN THE LECTURE AND TUTORIAL
BSB113 CONNECTING SERIES
Introduction to economics
Connecting lecture 1 and tutorial 1
Purpose of the BSB113 connecting series
An overview of
the weekly topic
Delivered in the
BSB113- Semester 1 2016
12th of May, 2016
In Australia there is yet to be one overarc