Multiple Choice
Identyjz the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. If the price of an item rises, what happens to the demand for that item?
a. It increases.
b. It decreases.
c. It does not change.
d. Uncertain-economic theor
Multiple Choice
Identiz the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. If a bank has a reserve ratio of 8 percent, then
a. government regulation requires the bank to use at least 8 percent of its deposits to make
loans.
b. the ba
Econ 312
Nick Norian
Pre class assignment Lecture 5
1.(311 Review)
a. See Attached
1.What is Risk?.
a. Risk is a situation involving a decision in which the consequences of such action are
uncertain. It involves probability based both objectively and subj
Nick Norian
Econ 312
Pre-Lecture 10
1. A partial equilibrium is used in models that concern only one good ignoring the other
goods in the market. General equilibria on the other hand consider supply and demand
in all markets.
2. An Edgeworth box illustrat
1. Econ 312
2. Nick Norian
3. Pre-Class lecture #10
4. 1.
Figure 16.1 illustrates the timeframe of one 24-hour day. Given
his/her 24-hour constraint, a producer decides whether to work more to produce
x or work less to increase leisure L. In the top graph
Nick Norian
Econ 312
Pre-Lecture #9
1. Arbitrage is the act of buying and then profiting from the consequent sale of an asset.
Present value is thus crucial for understanding profit from arbitrage as the future value of
the asset must be discounted to pre
Nick Norian
Econ 312
Pre-Lecture 10
1. A partial equilibrium is used in models that concern only one good ignoring the other
goods in the market. General equilibria on the other hand consider supply and demand
in all markets.
2. An Edgeworth box illustrat
Econ 312
Nick Norian
Pre-Class Lecture 4
1. What is a strategic move?
a. A player can utilize a strategic move to leverage a game in their favor. Examples
include bribery and threats, both with the purpose of altering the outcome of
the game. By taking st
Econ 312
Nick Norian
Pre-Class Lecture 4
1. What is a strategic move?
a. A player can utilize a strategic move to leverage a game in their favor. Examples
include bribery and threats, both with the purpose of altering the outcome of
the game. By taking st
Econ 312
Nick Norian
Pre lecture 16
1. Positive externalities are the external benefits imposed on third parties. Although they are not
directly involved in the transaction, third party individuals benefit from an additional good
produced by the value of
Lesson 3
Descriptive Statistics
Motivating Questions
How do we describe data using statistics?
What are the mathematical properties of these statistics?
Topics
1.
Distributions
i. Uniform
ii. Normal
2.
Measures of center
i. Mean
ii. Median and Mode
3.
Mea
Lesson 7
Multivariate Regression
Motivating Question
How do we incorporate ceteris paribus into our regressions?
[i.e. how do we examine the effect of one X on Y while holding
all else equal.]
Topics
Multivariate regression (Wooldridge Chapter 3)
Conditio
Lesson 5
Units of Measurement
Motivating Question
How do we interpret regression coefficients if the Y or
X variables are not just continuous variables in levels.
What if Y or X is a 0/1 dummy variable?
What if Y or X is a natural log?
Topics
Units of Mea
Lesson 4
Simple Linear Regression
Motivating Questions
How do we fit a regression line to the data?
How do we prove that this line is the best?
Topics
Ordinary Least Squares (OLS)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Estimation
Derivation
Interpretation
Stata
Estimating OLS
Gener
Lesson 9
Hypothesis Testing:
Probability and Means
Topics
1.
Probability
2.
Hypothesis Testing (Idea)
a. Uniform Distribution
b. Normal Distribution (Students t)
3.
Hypothesis Testing: Means
4.
Hypothesis Testing: Regression Coefficients
5.
Confidence Int
Lesson 8
Interaction Terms
Motivating Question
How do we estimate how the effects of an explanatory variable
differ across groups?
For example, how can we estimate if the income returns to going
to college are larger for men or women?
Interaction Terms
1.
Lesson 2
Data and Sampling
Motivating Question
Where does data come from, what does it look like,
and does it reflect the population of interest?
Topics
1. Types of Data:
a. Cross-sectional data
b. Time-series data
c. Panel data
2. Sampling
a. Population
Alexandro Soto
Econ 136- Business Strategy
We will be taking a step by step approach to analyze the competition in Netflixs market in
order to develop the strategic group mapping. This approach is taken from business-survivaltoolkit.co.uk.
1. List
Lesson 6
Regression Through the Origin
Motivating Example
What happens if we get rid of the intercept B0 in our regression?
Topics
Regression through the origin
1.
2.
3.
4.
Derivation
Computation
Intepretation
Stata
Regression through origin
Generic expre
Alexandro Soto
Economics 136 Business Strategy
Prof. Robert Baden
Paper #1
SWOT Analysis Netflix
In this document, I analyze the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of
Netflix with an emphasis on the period when Netflix started streaming serv
Alexandro Soto
Econ 136- Business Strategy
We will be taking a step by step approach to analyze the competition in Netflixs market in order
to develop the strategic group mapping. This approach is taken from business-survivaltoolkit.co.uk.
1. List the top
Econ Study Guide
Opportunity Cost: The opportunity cost of a choice, is the value of the opportunity
lost.
Example: If I go to college, then the opportunity cost of going to college is the
money I could have been making if I was out in the work force.
Com
Microeconomics 221
Chapter I: The Big Idea
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
Incentives Matter
A. In the example before the captains had benefitted from the prisoners
death now that there was an incentive placed they were able to save
many lives.
B. People respond i
Microeconomics Final Study Guide
Supply and demand model: Shows how a competitive market, one with many buyers and
sellers
Demand schedule: Shows the quantity demanded at each price
Movement along the demand curve- Occurs when a price change leads to a ch
Question 1 of 17
a Sapling Learning
macmillan learning
Which of the following is NOT an example of a behavior exhibited in a market economy?
For their wedding, Alex and Erika choose Matte Photography instead of Pro Finish
Photography, since Matte Photogra
Domingo 1
Jackie Domingo
PHL 202-08
Lowell Herr
October 12, 2016
Group Presentation: Abortion
Author/Persuasive Text: Mary Anne Warren on Persons
In this persuasive text Warren is basically saying that a fetus is only genetically human
and not morally hum
for truth-functional claims
Modus Ponens
Premise: If Jenner gets the surgery, hell become
a woman.
Premise: Hell get the surgery.
Concl: Hell become a women.
PQ
P_
Q
Valid
Truth-table proves its valid!
Modus Tollens
Cub fan: If they win 3 of the next 5 ga