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Use this information to answer the following questions: Jean has a weekly lunch budget of $48, which she likes to spend on specialty coffee drinks and chicken salads.

  1. If the price of a special coffee drink is $4, what is the maximum number of special coffee drinks she could purchase per week?
  2. If the price of a chicken salad is $6, what is the maximum number of salads she could purchase per week?
  3. What is the opportunity cost for specialty coffee drinks?
  4. What is the opportunity cost for chicken salads?
  5. Explain how the principle of allocative efficiency will help Jean decide how to spend her budget?
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Keep in mind that this is not a research paper, so you don’t have to compile evidence outside of your own experience. Also, it is not an opinion piece where you provide reasoning for a certain conclusion. check the file below for format and word count.
pick one question option A or option B Option A: Describe an economic outcome that puzzled you before you took this course, but that makes sense to you now in light of what you have learned. Show how the model of supply and demand captures the phenomenon, being careful to use the language of economics correctly. If you select this option, you may choose to write about either an example of how markets work or an example of what happens when outside forces intervene in market outcomes. Option B: Carefully using the terminology of the supply and demand model, describe a recent purchasing decision you have made. Include references to the factors that can shift demand. Show that you can clearly distinguish between a change in demand and a change in quantity demanded. If you select this option, you may choose to write about something you purchased or something you considered buying but decided against it.
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Do economic research to see how elastic/inelastic Morocco’s response was to the increase in oil prices in 1973. Explain why

Do economic research to see how elastic/inelastic Morocco’s response was to the increase in oil prices in 1973. Explain why this was the case and the immediate effect it had on the economy. Then present the economic picture, and the effects of the oil crisis 1973, 3 years later i.e. 1976. Would you say 3 years was Short Run or Long Run, from an elasticity point of view, for Morocco ?[supanova_question]

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Economics Assignment Help Questions #2 or #3 (Choose one – length approximately 3-4 pages double spaced)
(Q2) Discuss both the benefits and disadvantages of outsourcing for workers, consumers, and corporations. Consider both US and Indian perspectives.
(Q3) Explain the “world is flat” argument (Friedman) and “the world is spiky” argument (Florida)? Which one do you believe better explains the impact of globalization and technology on inequality and opportunities for workers? Why?

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After you have viewed the video, please compose a well thought out answer, at least a paragraph in length, for each of the questions at the end of the attached video case PDF.
Laudon-Traver_E-commerce14_CH07_Case7.2_FullValueofMobileMarketing.pdf
B)—Please watch this video before answering the questions at the end of the video case. After you have viewed the video, please compose a well thought out answer, at least a paragraph in length, for each of the questions at the end of the attached video case PDF.
Laudon-Traver_E-commerce14_CH08_Case8.3_WhatNetNeutralityMeansForYou.pdf
C)—-Please watch both videos before answering the questions at the end of the video case. After you have viewed both videos, please compose a well thought out answer, at least a paragraph in length, for each of the questions at the end of the attached video case PDF.
Laudon-Traver_E-commerce14_CH09_Case9.1_WalmartTakesOnAmazon.pdf
PART 2– Please complete the following activity. Please compose your answers in standard APA style in a Word document for submission on this link. Proper grammar and sentence structure is expected. There is not a required length, however, I do expect all answers to thoroughly address each question.
Visit two websites of your choice and apply the social marketing process model to both. Critically compare and contrast the effectiveness of these sites in terms of the dimensions of the social marketing process. How well do these sites acquire fans, generate engagement, amplify responses, create a community, and strengthen their brands? What recommendations can you make for these sites to improve their effectivenes
PART 3—Please complete each of the following activities. Please compose your answers in standard APA style in a Word document for submission on this link. Proper grammar and sentence structure is expected. There is not a required length for each of these, however, I do expect all answers to thoroughly address each scenario.
Develop a list of privacy protection features that should be present if a website is serious about protecting privacy. Then, visit at least four well-known websites and examine their privacy policies. Write a report that rates each of the websites on the criteria you have developed.
Visit at least four websites that take a position on e-commerce taxation, beginning with the National Conference of State Legislatures (Ncsl.org) and the National Governors Association (Nga.org). You might also include national associations of local businesses or citizen groups opposed to e-commerce taxation. Develop a reasoned argument for, or against, taxation of e-commerce.
PART 4—- Please complete each of the following activities. Please compose your answers in standard APA style in a Word document for submission on this link. Proper grammar and sentence structure is expected. There is not a required length for each of these, however, I do expect all answers to thoroughly address each scenario.
Find an example not mentioned in the text of each of the four types of online retailing business models. Prepare a report describing each firm and why it is an example of the particular business model.
Drawing on material in the chapter and your own research, prepare a paper describing your views on the major social and legal issues facing online retailers.

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Economics

Economics.

Here is the discussion board prompt:

Comparative advantage and transportation costs shape global supply chains. The classic example of this reality is Apple’s iPhone: designed a few miles from our campus, in Cupertino, assembled in China, with parts coming from a variety of Countries (Taiwan and Japan, for example).

Microchip and software design is executed in the US, a country with a comparative advantage in “creation of ideas & technology”. The labor-intensive phase of production takes place in China, while the creation of parts (think RAM memory, microchips, motherboards, etc.) is done in Countries with comparative advantage at high-tech manufacturing.

Covid-19 is creating significant disruption to existing supply chains and may lead to important relocations of economic activity in the medium term. Some large companies may decide to diversify their suppliers: for example, Apple may decide to split the assembly of iPhones between factories in China, Vietnam, and Bangladesh, rather than China alone, to mitigate the risk of disruptions connected to potential factory shutdowns in the event of Covid-19 local outbreaks. Some companies may even decide to cut foreign producers entirely from their supply chain and find local suppliers. These risk mitigation initiatives are not free: the cost is lower production efficiency (i.e. higher costs). In addition, political tensions between Countries are accentuating (think for example to the US-China trade war), putting pressure on international institutions like the WTO, who has regulated international trade relationships after WWII.

What do you think is the most likely outlook for Global Supply Chains? Do you think that many large companies will choose suppliers closer to home in response to the pandemic? Or do you think that existing international business relationships will be kept unchanged and Covid-19 will be just a temporary slow-down? Express your opinion in a post of at least 200 words, in which you show that you can think like an economist (think about the cost-opportunity of companies changing suppliers). Note: there is no right or wrong answer in this discussion!

Some interesting links related to the discussion:

“Post Covid-19 reconfiguration of the Global Value Chains and China”, by Hamming Fang (University of Pennsylvania) and Bernard Yeung (National University of Singapore Business School); available at http://www.voxchina.org/show-52-182.html
An interview to Ragu Rajan (Professor at University of Chicago, Booth School of Business, and former Chief Economist at the International Monetary Fund, and Governor of the Reserve Bank of India) https://review.chicagobooth.edu/economics/2020/video/how-will-covid-19-shake-global-economy

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