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LAURENTIANECON-2086ELBougrineFall

ECON-2086EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: World Health Organization, Externality

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Chapter 7 part ii- market failure: the. The great depression that occurred in 1929 was caused by banks making risky moves and failing. This caused the
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LAURENTIANECON-2086ELBougrineFall

ECON-2086EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Rbc Bank, Unemployment Benefits, Neoliberalism

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22 Nov 2017
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Chapter 11 part i why some people. The economic position of some prominent and some ordinary canadians. In this section, the author displays the salari
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LAURENTIANECON-2086ELBougrineFall

ECON-2086EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Marginal Cost, Trade Union, Pricing Strategies

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22 Nov 2017
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A firm takes into account explicit and implicit costs of production to set their prices. However, it all depends on the market and its conditions when
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LAURENTIANECON-2086ELBougrineFall

ECON-2086EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: False Advertising, Market Structure, Consumer Sovereignty

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22 Nov 2017
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Consumer sovereignty is the idea tat consumers exert ultimate control over the economy. Consumers preferences determine the composition of goods produc
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LAURENTIANECON-2086ELBougrineFall

ECON-2086EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Natural Capital, Externality, Invisible Hand

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22 Nov 2017
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The (cid:373)arket operates u(cid:374)der the (cid:862)i(cid:374)(cid:448)isi(cid:271)le ha(cid:374)d(cid:863) theory proposed (cid:271)y ada(cid:373)
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LAURENTIANECON-2086ELBougrineFall

ECON-2086EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Soil Retrogression And Degradation, Green Economy

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22 Nov 2017
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This chapter was written with the intent of understanding the externalities and negative impacts it has on the environment, society, and the future. In
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LAURENTIANECON-2086ELBougrineFall

ECON-2086EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Foreign Portfolio Investment, Retained Earnings, Neoliberalism

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22 Nov 2017
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Chapter 9 part i foreign control in the. Hollowing out moving all the high-value decision-making functions out of canada and leaving the lower-value-ad
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LAURENTIANECON-2086ELBougrineFall

ECON-2086EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Invisible Hand, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics

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22 Nov 2017
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Chapter 8 part i the power of the. The price system and the pursuit of profit. The private sector includes privately owned businesses, corporations and
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LAURENTIANECON-2086ELBougrineFall

ECON-2086EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Market Failure, Perfect Competition, Imperfect Competition

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22 Nov 2017
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The example used in this section is potatoes people enjoy potatoes and gain satisfaction from each additional potato they acquire. At some point, the s
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LAURENTIANECON-2096ELBrian Mac LeanWinter

ECON-2096EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Alan Blinder, Marginal Revenue Productivity Theory Of Wages, Profit Maximization

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26 Mar 2017
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Large japanese firms engaged in international trade do not seek to maximize profits rather their drive for growth leads them systematically to produce
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LAURENTIANECON-2096ELBrian Mac LeanWinter

ECON-2096EL Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Real Interest Rate, Aggregate Demand

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26 Mar 2017
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LAURENTIANECON-2096ELBrian Mac LeanWinter

ECON-2096EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Return Period, Mandatory Retirement, Permanent Employment

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26 Mar 2017
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Various sources such as nakamura and vertinsky mentioned the following chapateristics of employment in large japanese firms: lifetime employment (long
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LAURENTIANECON-2096ELBrian Mac LeanWinter

ECON-2096EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Financial Regulation, Macroeconomics, Money Illusion

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26 Mar 2017
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Poor economic performance called into question the vaunted japanese economic model and considerable change has occurred to the institutional and regula
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LAURENTIANECON-2096ELBrian Mac LeanWinter

ECON-2096EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Opportunism, Human Capital, Joseph Stiglitz

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26 Mar 2017
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The competitive model has some rough plausibility in a market populated by small firms. In the us (and many other capitalist economies) there is a tend
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LAURENTIANECON-2096ELBrian Mac LeanWinter

ECON-2096EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Demographic Transition, Piece Work, Lay Judge

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26 Mar 2017
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A general weakness of the source is that in the interest of lively style the author is prone to overstatement. The is a historian, not an economist, an
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LAURENTIANECON-2096ELBrian Mac LeanWinter

ECON-2096EL Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Epicenter, Zaibatsu, Honshu

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26 Mar 2017
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In the space provided below, explain how the lazear model can be used to show how four features of employment in large japanese firms can be said to fi
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LAURENTIANECON-2096ELBrian Mac LeanWinter

ECON-2096EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Keiretsu, Takeover, Ultimate Power

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26 Mar 2017
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LAURENTIANECON-2096ELBrian Mac LeanWinter

ECON-2096EL Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Currying, Market Power

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26 Mar 2017
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Nakamura and vertinsky contrast the standard model of corporate control with the japanese model of corporate control. For some issues, it is very usefu
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LAURENTIANECON-3046ELLeadbeater DavidWinter

ECON-3046EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Tongues Untied, Opportunity Cost

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28 Feb 2017
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If we don"t i think we should lay it on into sectors, like paragraph about the differences in population, That way itll be easy to ramble on about rand
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LAURENTIANECON-3046ELLeadbeater DavidWinter

ECON-3046EL Lecture 1: Population

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Sudbury: for a small cma sudbury"s gdp reflects the production within the city. Also gives reason to why our gdp could of falling so sharply, less outp
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LAURENTIANECON-3046ELLeadbeater DavidWinter

ECON-3046EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Tongues Untied, Structural Change, Life Insurance

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28 Feb 2017
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Labour supply elasticity"s for men and women: page 60-61, elasticity"s is the responsiveness of the labour supply to a change in the wage, for both men
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LAURENTIANECON-3046ELLeadbeater DavidWinter

ECON-3046EL Lecture 3: Labour force characteristics

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LAURENTIANECON-3046ELLeadbeater DavidWinter

ECON-3046EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Hiring Hall, Mira-Bhayandar Municipal Corporation, Family Wage

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28 Feb 2017
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Now women are more educated, and longer working life. The gap is still (cid:498)persistent(cid:499) gap narrowed but still there, it could be because.
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LAURENTIANECON-3046ELLeadbeater DavidWinter

ECON-3046EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: W. M. Keck Observatory, Reservation Wage, Inferior Good

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28 Feb 2017
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Employment + unemployment + population (+15) + non- labour force: unemployment rate = unemployment / labour force x100, employment rate= employment/ po
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LAURENTIANECON-3046ELLeadbeater DavidWinter

ECON-3046EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Labour Force Survey

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LAURENTIANECON-3046ELLeadbeater DavidWinter

ECON-3046EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Tax Rate, Life Insurance, Blue-Collar Worker

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28 Feb 2017
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Unions are collective organizations whose primary objective is to improve the wellbeing of their members, in canada this objective is met primarily thr
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LAURENTIANECON-3056ELRobinson DavidFall

ECON-3056EL Lecture 5: Dusick - Assignment 1 - Complete

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28 Feb 2017
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LAURENTIANECON-3056ELRobinson DavidFall

ECON-3056EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Econometrics, Briey, Academic Journal

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28 Feb 2017
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These assignments are designed to develop basic research skills and to introduce you to the literature in the eld. The marking schemes change gradually
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LAURENTIANECON-3056ELRobinson DavidFall

ECON-3056EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Hyperbolic Discounting, Kenneth Arrow, Holt Tractor

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LAURENTIANECON-3056ELRobinson DavidFall

ECON-3056EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sustainable Yield, Hyperbolic Discounting, Net Present Value

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28 Feb 2017
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Assig(cid:374)(cid:373)e(cid:374)t (cid:1006) (cid:894)worth (cid:1005)5%(cid:895: roi = 100 (0. 07 x 11) = . In 11 years i will have for a simple inv
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LAURENTIANECON-3056ELRobinson DavidFall

ECON-3056EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Production Function, Maximum Sustainable Yield, Resource Curse

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LAURENTIANECON-3056ELRobinson DavidFall

ECON-3056EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Permanent Income Hypothesis, Procyclical And Countercyclical, Hoteling

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28 Feb 2017
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The resource curse, in summary, applies to countries that have a large natural resource sector and tend to apply time and energy to that sector specifi
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LAURENTIANECON-3056ELRobinson DavidFall

ECON-3056EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Human Capital

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28 Feb 2017
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The impact of regional location factors on job creation, job destruction and employment growth in manufacturing1. Krumm and strotmann empirically analy
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LAURENTIANECON-3056ELRobinson DavidFall

ECON-3056EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Evolutionary Game Theory, Bibliometrics, Laurentian University

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28 Feb 2017
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Article review #1: game theory in regional economics. Review of article: the use of game theory in regional economics: a quantitative. 1the article, th
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LAURENTIANECON-3056ELRobinson DavidFall

ECON-3056EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cervix, Externality, Natural Capital

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28 Feb 2017
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As stated in the textbook, 7% of the worlds total energy supply is consumed solely for the e(cid:454)tra(cid:272)tio(cid:374) of (cid:373)etals. This l
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LAURENTIANECON-3076ELFaroque AkhterFall

ECON-3076EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Public Culture, Techne, Video Game Culture

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28 Feb 2017
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Part 1 short answer questions: in our course, we have discussed the idea of physical community and virtual community. In your answer, compare these kin
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LAURENTIANECON-3076ELFaroque AkhterFall

ECON-3076EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Histology, Canadian Content, Digital Photography

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28 Feb 2017
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This course examines the cultural representations of technology provided in the media and in various popular cultural artifacts. Informed by cultural s
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LAURENTIANECON-3076ELFaroque AkhterFall

ECON-3076EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: European Cooperation In Science And Technology

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28 Feb 2017
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Grab and go: a restless nation tanks up maggie jackson: the consumption of food by americans is swift. Today more than ever, americans are spe(cid:374)
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LAURENTIANECON-3076ELFaroque AkhterFall

ECON-3076EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Fiscal Policy, Aggregate Demand, Financial Economics

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28 Feb 2017
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All assets are a store of value. Assets differ in return, risk, and liquidity. Suppose a 1-year t-bill (discount bond) with a face value of is current
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LAURENTIANECON-3076ELFaroque AkhterFall

ECON-3076EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Dividend Discount Model, Excess Reserves, Adverse Selection

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28 Feb 2017
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Financial system / primary functions of financial systems. Financial system = financial markets + financial institutions. Financial system main objecti
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