November 19, 2014
Adrian Roberson, Adjunct Professor
Amy Cuddy: Your body language shapes who you are
The following is a recap of the video I watched on Nov 19 of speaker Amy Cuddy a Social Psychologists. I
gained several in
Dr. Bruce A. Seaman
General Instructions: You may use your texts, and class notes in answering these
questions, but you may not under any circumstances collaborate with any other student.
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Coase Theorem Example: Econ 4470
The Sherman discussion of the Coase Theorem (e.g., Ch. 20, pp. 695-698) is relatively complex, and this
example and related discussion clarifies the essential points.
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Multiple Choice .
Identijfv the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. When a country allows trade and becomes an importer of steel,
a. the gains of the domestic consumers of steel exceed the losses of the domes
Homework # 1
1. Explain whether each of the following would be included in GDP, GNP, or both of
the United States.
a. The salary of and American who is working in Japan for Honda.
b. The prots that Honda earns from its production of cars in Ohio.
Identil the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
The opportunity cost of going to college includes ;
a. the total spent on food, clothing, books, transportation, tuition, lodging, and
1. (5 points) The U.S. budget decit is predicted to rise in the future, because of
Iraq war, social security and medicare spending. These conditions prompt some
economists to warn the policymakers that the crowdingout effect will adversely
impact the US.
1. There are two groups of consumers to which a monopolist can sell. The first group
has aggregate demand function:
The second group has demand function:
The monopolist has zero marginal cost.
(a) If the monopolist can perfectly price discriminates betwee