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    of economics and how it relates to the economy. I will therefore seek to explain three important lessons that I have learnt from the course. Firstly, I will define economics and its relations to real life experiences. Secondly I will look at demand and supply and last but not least I will look at unemployment and how it affects the economy. Economics is the study of how people allocate their limited resources to satisfy their unlimited wants. Economics is a part of social science and it…

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    Thus, if the demand for the product increases, the organization's response to increased demand will be that they will hire more workers and will produce all. If the demand for the product is reduced, the organization's cash inflows will be reduced because its costs will exceed its profits. The organization's response to this situation will be that they will cut their staff's work to reduce costs. As with demand, there are two things that can happen. When the product supply increases, demand will…

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    countries is the same, λ_0, and λ_0=E_0 P^1/P^*=E_0 P^2/P^*. For the purpose of analysis, it is assumed that country 1 exclusively suffers an adverse shock due to the worlds demand for its exports plummeting as a result of changing consumer tastes. This shock is illustrated in diagram 1 through a leftward shift in aggregate demand (AD) from AD to AD’. In a monetary union, both countries have a common nominal exchange rate and the common central bank may need to make a choice. If the…

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    author will depict current supply and demand, with imposed quota. Q uotas are comparable to tariffs; each raises prices and the reduces imports, but the loss of revenue for the government from tariffs is most likely different . Figure 3 depicts supply/demand with a quota. The quota is from 20 - 40 units, which means that domestic supply is from 0 - 10 un its and 40 - 70 units, making up the difference of the shifted supply curve. Figure 4…

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    Noble Energy’s financial performance are external forces, such as supply and demand, environmental regulations, political events, competition and the economy. These forces have a profound influence on the financial prosperity of the organization. One of the most fundamental external factors of Noble Energy is supply and demand. Due to the cost and time commitment of oil acquisition, Noble Energy cannot easily adjust to supply and demand changes, making financial forecasting very difficult.…

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    to consume the goods. The three most important things in any economy are production, distribution, and price. The two most common types of economies in the world are free Economy and Command Economy. Free market is a market economy based on supply and demand with little or no government control. Individuals make economic decisions in a free market, they don’t have the government making chooses for them. In a completely free market, buyers and sellers are allowed to transact freely based on a…

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    would have an effect on a product. In regards to price elasticity of the microwavable food, the price elasticity of 1.19 and also the difference in the price will have an effect on demand for the product. If the price lessens then there would be gain in the demand. 4. A. The following equation is needed to plot the demand curve for the firm. QD is -5200-42P+20 (600)+5.2 (5500)+0.2 (10000)+.25 (5000)…

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    Q1 (a) The demand can be defined as willingness and ability of consumers to pay and supply can be defined as the willingness and ability to sell. Besides, a tax is a type of measurement for the government to regulate the market and it can get a revenue from that. In fact, a tax will make both supply and demand decrease because buyers should pay a higher price and sellers will spend cost more money to supply. The diagram of tax on sellers will be shown following. As shown in diagram (a), the…

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    are determined by the forces of supply and demand. Command and control is where the planning authority makes all decisions regarding produce, consumption, and distribution. A mixed economy consists of market and command. Microeconomics is the study of decisions that people and businesses make regarding allocation of resources and prices of goods and services (Nondo).…

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    Demand is the quantity buyers are willing and able to buy at a given price within a specified period of time. Supply on the other hand is the quantity sellers are willing and able to sell at a given price. Both the demand and supply can be used to set prices of a commodity in a market with the aid of the market forces. The demand curve tends to fall from left to right while the supply curve tends to rise from left to right. Customers buy more at reduced prices while suppliers supply more at…

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