Evaluating Coopers Ice Center situation
After reading the case, I could say that the Coopers Ice Center manager Claude Copper
has done a good job in running a hockey program. But he failed in implementing a public skating
program to earn extra profit. He
I think if the Coopers Ice Center considers to make changes such as adding figure
skating program, membership program, reward program and the game room, their profits would
increase in no time. Those 4 ideas are would be very profitable to the Cooper
Map 1.1 shows us countries that are developed, part of G-20 and the BRIC Emerging Economies
as well as other Emerging Economies. Whereas map 1.2 shows countries are Free, Partly Free
and not free at all. The map 1.1 list 33 developing countries and on
Coopers Ice Center
Evaluating Coopers Ice Center situation
Coopers Ice Center manager Claude Cooper is on the mission to find the strategy that
will increase profits of the ice center. The main source of profit of the Coopers Ice Center is a
No matter what the outcome be I am definitely reporting the problem that has accrued. First, I
think it is the companys fault that didnt monitor the environment closely enough to realize what
is going. Second, child labor is against the law and thos
The map 1.3 shows 16 countries with the common law system and from those 16 countries only
9 appears as developed on map 1.1. Also from the 22 countries with civil law system only 12 are
listed on the map 1.1 as developed. And the countries that have
What Should Claude Cooper Do?
As Brad Sugar, the founder of ActionCOACH and leading business coach according to
the Entrepreneur magazine, once said Offer what people want to buy, not just what you want to
sell (Brad Sugar, 2010). This is the great advice
BA 422 International Business (TR Ib/II, AC 523)
Dr. John Cirone (email@example.com, x3263)
AC 406 (Academic Center Bldg., 4th floor) or Common Grounds
Review Question 6 (Page 27)
Studying global business will be very beneficial to me because, I really enjoy traveling and
hoping one day I could potentially settle somewhere in Europe. This class is a great opportunity
for me to start learning ins and outs
Review Question 4 (Page 27)
I personally believe that globalization is good for every country. I was born and raised in Russian
till was I 18 years old, and as I can recall a lot of people in my country was always against
globalization. Because majority o
1) Adding the MBA program to the collage is a good idea, but they should do the research
first to find out more information about potential applicants to MBA program, income
level in the area, rate of higher education level as well as many other
1st we should look how much money did every agent made:
2nd we should look at productivity
Albert 140,000 / 40 = 3,500
Bates 80,000 / 20 = 4,000
Cressey 230,000 / 60 = 3,833
BA 422 Curriculum Guide
BA 422 International Business
Dr. John Cirone
Peng, Global Business, 3rd ed.
Week Day (2017) Lecture/Curriculum
1/24 Course Introduction/Globalizing Business (Ch. 1)
1/26 Globalizing Business (Ch. 1)/Po
Feb. 3rd, 2017
Chapter 1, Problems 3,4,10 and Case 1.3
Office building 4.5
Parking Lot 1.5
C) Equal Likelihood
Office Building (0.5 + 1.7 +4.5) / 3 = 2.333
Parking Lot (1.5+1.9+2.4) / 3 = 1.933
The Keynesian view shows us that the aggregate demand will increase, as well as the
output and the employment. Because of that the interest rates will probably increase too.
New Classical economists will show that the government rebat
What Is Economics About?
A. Scarcity and Choice
1. Scarcity and choice are the two essential ingredients of an economic topic.
2. Goods are scarce because desire for them far outstrips their availability on nature.
a. Scarce goods are called economic g
The Effect of Music Piracy
How you ever thought about what is piracy really is?
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary piracy is the
unauthorized use of anothers production, invention, or
conception especially in infringement of a copyright (Merria
BA 303 Chapter 3
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complements: products that are usually consumed jointly. A decrease in the price of one will cause an increase in demand for the other.
consumer surplus: the difference between the maximum price c
Student Price Index Exercise
1. Choose up to 10 items that you typically buy as a PCC student. These can include personal items
such as shaving cream, educational items such as pencils or notecards, etc.
2. Pick a quantity (e.g
($760.5 x 218.1) /214.5 = $773.26 million
($600.8 x 218.1) /160.5 = $816.41 million
($461 x 218.1) /60.6 = $1659.14 million
($437.2 x 218.1) /188.9 = $504.78 million
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
The market price is determined by the supply and demand. If the demand for the good is decreasing
rapidly and the supply for that good is increasing that will lead for the higher price of that good. And if
the demand is increasing and
A. The number of people in labor force in each country
United Sates 153.9 million
B. Labor force participation in
The current money interest rate on the ten year government bond is 2.54 %. The real interest
rate is not the same thing as current money interest, because money interest rate is the rate
you pay when you borrow the money from lender an
Chapter Two: Some Tools of the Economist
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Capitalism: An economic system in which productive resources
are owned privately and goods and resources are allocated
through market prices
Collective decision making: Met
We cant consume as much services or goods we are desiring because our wants will always be changing
and satisfaction will not be enough and we will be wanting something else. Also for example, Sam wants
to own a BMW and when he gets
Opportunity Cost $6
Air Travel: $110 + ($6 x 1hr) = $116
Bus Travel: $70 + ($6 x 5hr) = $100
From this we can see that Bus Travel is better in this case
Opportunity Cost $10
Air Travel: $110 + ($10 x 1hr) = $120
Bus Travel: $70 + ($10
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1. Consumer Choice and Law of Demand
a. Law of Demand
i. Law of Demand: There is an inverse relationship between the price of a good and the
quantity consumers are willing to purchase.
1. As price of a good rises, consumers buy less.
2. The availabi
A. What Shall We Give Up?
a. Opportunity Cost
i. Opportunity cost: The highest valued activity sacrificed in making a choice.
1. Opportunity costs are subjective and vary across individuals.
ii. The opportunity cost of college:
1. Monetary cost: tuition,