Using the data and your own economic knowledge, assess the case for financing universities mainly through charging fees to their students. Charging of fees means that payments will be taken from students instead of receiving subsidies from the government. Education is a merit good as it produces positive externalities (i.e. a better educated workforce that can increase productivity of the society) and is under-consumed as a result. Alternatives to charging fees include government funding, gifting
Microeconomics Homework Problem 1: C(Q) = 100 + 20Q + 15Q^2 + 10Q^3 a) Fixed Cost (doesn’t change depending on output produced) = 100 b) Variable Cost of producing Q = 10 units: 20*10 + 15*10^2 + 10*10^3 = 200 + 1,500 + 10,000 = 11,700 c) Total Cost of producing Q = 10 units: C(10) = 100 + 20*10 + 15*10^2 + 10*10^3 = 11,800 Alternatively, we have Total Costs of Producing Q=10 units = Fixed Costs + Variable Costs of producing Q = 10 units = 100 + 11,700 = 11,800 d)
ECON (2155) DOCUMENT DATA EXERCISE #1 Consists of four parts Part 1: Expenditures Approach to Calculating GDP (weight 25% of the assignment grade) Complete the following exercise Visit the Bureau of Economic Analysis Web site at www.bea.gov In U.S. Economic Accounts under National click on Gross Domestic Product (GDP), then Interactive Tables: GDP and the National Income and Product Account (NIPA) Historical Tables, click “Begin using the data”, and use Section 1 - Tables 1.1.5 and 1.1.6 to
Economics 4130 SP13 Exam 2 Review The exam will have 5, 10-point questions on it from the questions below. 1. The evolution of economic organization from hunter-gatherer to settled agriculture to more complex civilizations proceeded at vastly different paces in different parts of the world. Explain why the pace of development on the Eurasian landmass was so much more rapid than in Africa and the Americas. Describe and explain Australian development before European settlement.
Global Economic Environment Group Presentation Written Report (Group 1) Christy Lai Kei Kwan 12119785D 30th September 2013 Question 1 (a) How has Apple capitalized on the globalization of production? What advantages does manufacturing in China offer the company? ANS: Globalization has been a heat topic in these past years. Many international companies will use this advantage for their own production, and Apple is definitely one of the significant examples. Below shown are the ways that
Sarah Khairunisa Microeconomics 201 Prof. Barry Kotlove 7 June 2014 Current Microeconomic Events Tobbaco Companies in Indonesia Tobacco industries are categorized as oligopolies. Oligopoly, according to McConnell Brue Flyyn’s textbook, is “characterized by multiple firms, one or more of which will produce a significant portion of industry output.” Tobacco had been present in Indonesia since the 1600s. It was brought in to Java Island by Portuguese merchants. At first, Indonesia’s cigarettes
Chapter 3:Problem 2 2. Consider an economy in which taxes, planned investment, government spending on goods and services, and net exports are autonomous, but consumption and planned investment change as the interest rate changes. You are given the following information concerning autonomous consumption, the marginal propensity to consume, planned investment, government purchases of goods and services, and net exports: Ca=1500-10r ,c=0.6 ,T=1800 Ip=2400-50r ,G=2000 ,NX=-200 a.
Chapter 2 MCQ’s 1) According to the Law of Demand, the demand curve for a good will A) shift leftward when the price of the good increases. B) shift rightward when the price of the good increases. C) slope downward. D) slope upward. Answer: C 2) An increase in the price of pork will lead to A) a movement up along the demand curve. B) a movement down along the demand curve. C) a rightward shift of the demand curve. D) a leftward shift of the demand curve. Answer: A 3) An increase in consumer incomes
Economics 515 AU12 Midterm 3 Review The exam will have 10, 10-point questions on it from the questions below. 1. Explain briefly how guns and steel aided in Europeans’ attempts to conquer the native population of Africa and the Americas. How did germs work in favor of European conquest against the Incas? How did germs work against the Europeans in their imperialist efforts in Africa? 2. Describe the attempt of Europeans to colonize Africa depicted in Guns, Germs, and Steel
borrow, so that they may obtain points outside of the investment opportunity frontier that would be unobtainable because they would be straggle on the higher prices (lend or borrow) level if they invested efficiently by themselves. 4. Write short essays on the following four topics: A) Federal government budget constraint. B) Pension funds. C) Repurchase agreement. D) Mark-to-market arrangement for futures contract. Federal government budget constraint is defined by G = T + △B + △H. G defined