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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14653

Discussion on the causes of the stagflation of 1973 and 1979.

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1.(Stagflation) what were some of the causes of the stagflation of 1973 and 1979? In what ways were these episodes of stagflation different from the g... Read More
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Economics › Microeconomics › Solution Id 14652

Calculation of market clearing price and quantity.

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Suppose a highly competitive market is described by the following supply and demand functions S= 3P=90 and  D=7910 -5P .suppose also that a repre... Read More
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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14651

Explaining the relation between macroeconomic variables.

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Describe the relationship between each of the following variables based on the experience of the U.S. economy over the past 30 years. (a)   ... Read More
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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14650

Discussion on recent recession.

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a) Explain what is measured by Real GDP. (b) When a recession is over, do people begin to immediately feel the effects of an efficient economy? Use th... Read More
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Economics › Econometrics › Solution Id 14649

Calculation of variance and standard deviation of the expected value.

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A company is considering between two projects: project 1 and project 2. The estimated cash flows and their probabilities of the two projects are given... Read More
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Economics › Microeconomics › Solution Id 14648

Calculation of optimal output.

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Two monopolistically competitive firms face the same demand and total revenue functions but face different total cost functions. These demand, total r... Read More
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Economics › Microeconomics › Solution Id 14647

Calculation of optimal weekly output and price of the firm.

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The following information is available for a firm’s product with some monopoly power. TC = 150 + 0.25Q P = 2 – 0.001Q TR = 2Q – 0.00... Read More
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Economics › Microeconomics › Solution Id 14646

True or false questions on perfect competition and monopoly.

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Perfect competition guarantees allocative efficiency. Perfect competition guarantees technical efficiency. A profit-maximizing monopolist can never b... Read More
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Economics › Microeconomics › Solution Id 14645

True or false questions on profit maximization and short – run supply curve.

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A profit-maximizing monopolist never produces in the inelastic part of a linear demand curve. The short-run supply curve of a competitive firm is its... Read More
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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14644

Calculation of parity price.

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Parity Price is a price that maintains the ratio of prices received and paid by farmers at the same ratio as in a base year.  A parity price of, ... Read More
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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14653

Discussion on the causes of the stagflation of 197...

1.(Stagflation) what were some of the causes of the stagflation of 1973 and 1979? In what ways were these episodes of stagflation different from the g... Read More

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Economics › Microeconomics › Solution Id 14652

Calculation of market clearing price and quantity.

Suppose a highly competitive market is described by the following supply and demand functions S= 3P=90 and  D=7910 -5P .suppose also that a repre... Read More

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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14651

Explaining the relation between macroeconomic vari...

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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14650

Discussion on recent recession.

a) Explain what is measured by Real GDP. (b) When a recession is over, do people begin to immediately feel the effects of an efficient economy? Use th... Read More

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Economics › Econometrics › Solution Id 14649

Calculation of variance and standard deviation of ...

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Economics › Microeconomics › Solution Id 14648

Calculation of optimal output.

Two monopolistically competitive firms face the same demand and total revenue functions but face different total cost functions. These demand, total r... Read More

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