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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 1022F/GSuzanne KearnsFall

Management and Organizational Studies 1022F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Flight Recorder, Henry Post Army Airfield

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12 Dec 2015
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08 accident investigation and the transportation safety board of canada. History and organization of the transportation safety board of canada (tsb) 29
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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 1022F/GSuzanne KearnsFall

Management and Organizational Studies 1022F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Transport Law, Canadian Aviation Regulations, Royal Assent

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12 Dec 2015
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Aviation requires international cooperation: airlines and pax must trust the system. Standardizing air law is a difficult task. Foundation of internati
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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 1022F/GSuzanne KearnsFall

Management and Organizational Studies 1022F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Canadian Aviation Corps, Alfred Harmsworth, 1St Viscount Northcliffe, Bombing Of Cologne In World War Ii

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12 Dec 2015
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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 1022F/GSuzanne KearnsFall

Management and Organizational Studies 1022F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: De-Ice, Human Resources, Nav Canada

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12 Dec 2015
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Nationally significant airports are part of national airports system (nas) 27 major. To be classified as an nas airport, airport has to be located in c
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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 1022F/GSuzanne KearnsFall

Management and Organizational Studies 1022F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Humanitarian Aid, Canadian Expeditionary Force Command, Disaster Assistance Response Team

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12 Dec 2015
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1966, changes were implemented with bill c-243, the canadian forces reorganization act: lack of unification. Unification = not successful: resistance a
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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 1022F/GSuzanne KearnsFall

Management and Organizational Studies 1022F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Standard Terminal Arrival Route, Non-Towered Airport, Control Area

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12 Dec 2015
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Air nav helps get from departure to destination. Cfs (canadian flight services) airport has fuel, running at all times Includes airport equipment and r
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WESTERNManagement and Organizational Studies 1022F/GSuzanne KearnsFall

Management and Organizational Studies 1022F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Toronto Pearson International Airport, Sheet Metal, Airline Hub

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12 Dec 2015
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Civil aviation = anything that"s not the military. Canada has the second largest civil aircraft fleet in the world: 29,064 fixed-wing, 2,505 rotary win
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Economic Inequality

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11 Dec 2015
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Natural Monopoly, Economic Equilibrium, Free Rider Problem

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11 Dec 2015
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Every good is either excludable or nonexcludable and rival or nonrival. Only people who pay for it can enjoy it: excludable, nonexcludable or service,
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Marginal Product

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11 Dec 2015
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Cost, Social Cost, Avoidance Speech

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11 Dec 2015
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O cost or benefit to someone who wasn"t involved in the transaction: 4 types. Burning coal to generate electricity emits co2. Create benefit for a 3rd
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Perfect Competition, Monopolistic Competition, Market Power

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11 Dec 2015
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Exclusive Dealing, Market Structure, Nash Equilibrium

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11 Dec 2015
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Variable Cost, Fixed Cost, Marginal Cost

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11 Dec 2015
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Price discrimination: selling different units to different people at different prices: monopoly needs to be able to identify different groups, sell a p
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Normal Good, Indifference Curve, Relative Price

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11 Dec 2015
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The budget equation: expenditure = income. Make sure income is equal to the price times the quantity consumed plus price of second good times quantity
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Average Variable Cost, Marginal Cost, Variable Cost

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11 Dec 2015
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Firm makes many decisions to achieve its main objective: profit maximization: short run. Time frame in which you are able to change some of the resourc
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Market Failure, Marginal Utility, Demand Curve

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11 Dec 2015
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Scare resources might be allocated by: command, majority rule, contest, first come, first served, lottery, personal characteristics, force, market pric
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nec, W. M. Keck Observatory, Technological Change

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11 Dec 2015
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Production possibilities frontier (ppf) boundary between those combinations of goods. Because resources are not equally productive in all activities. P
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Natural Disaster, Marginal Cost, Inferior Good

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11 Dec 2015
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O any arrangement that enables buyers and sellers to get information and do. Competitive market: many buyers, no single buyer or seller can influence t
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Utility, Marginal Cost, Normal Good

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11 Dec 2015
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Any given day consumers have a choice of what ot buy. Those choices are effect by 2 main things: consumption possibilities. What determines what we can
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Normal Good, Inferior Good, Luxury Goods

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11 Dec 2015
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Supply decreases = equilibrium price rises, equilibrium quantity rises. Price elasticity of demand: units-free measure of the responsiveness of the qua
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Tax Incidence, Price Ceiling, Demand Curve

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11 Dec 2015
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Price ceiling only matters wen it is set below equilibrium. Necessary to pay for the stuff that government provides. May be tax on labour (income or pa
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WESTERNEconomics 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Human Capital, Invisible Hand, Positive Statement

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11 Dec 2015
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Inability to satisfy all our wants is called scarcity. Economic questions arise because we want more than we can get. Because of scarcity, we must make
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