This is a two-page ‘reading notes’ for both/combined Intro and Chapter two for the book

This is a two-page ‘reading notes’ for both/combined Intro and Chapter two for the book UNDERSTANDING GLOBALIZATION
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Schaeffer, Robert K. (2016) Understanding Globalization: The Social Consequences of Political, Economic, and Environmental Change, 5th Ed. Rowman and Littlefield. ISBN-13: 978-1442215276
Reading Notes: The reading notes are two-page reflections on what you have read. The format is simple: two-page, single-space, block format (like this syllabus), 10-point font with the following content subheadings: Thesis – identify the central lesson the author is teaching us Central pillars – define and discuss at least three major learning outcomes Discussion – reflection on the book’s impact on the future manager – in other words, why does this reading matter

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PRIORITISE TOP TUTOR The a-s-s-e-s-s-m-e-n-t will be 2000 words long. Please see the questions

PRIORITISE TOP TUTOR
The a-s-s-e-s-s-m-e-n-t will be 2000 words long. Please see the questions shown in the screenshot. I will send you all info after being hired, eg PPTs, student access etc. Please send a draft in 12hrs -1 day time, day 2, and day 3 as well. Will need to draft some questions to ask the teacher and revise base on feedback (Send bk ard in 1 day max)

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This is a two-page ‘reading notes’ for both/combined Intro and Chapter two for the book

This is a two-page ‘reading notes’ for both/combined Intro and Chapter two for the book UNDERSTANDING GLOBALIZATION
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Schaeffer, Robert K. (2016) Understanding Globalization: The Social Consequences of
Political, Economic, and Environmental Change, 5th Ed. Rowman and Littlefield. ISBN-13:
978-1442215276
Reading Notes: The reading notes are two-page reflections on what you have read. The format is simple: two-page, single-space, block format (like this syllabus), 10-point font with the following content subheadings: Thesis – identify the central lesson the author is teaching us Central pillars – define and discuss at least three major learning outcomes Discussion – reflection on the book’s impact on the future manager – in other words, why does this reading matter

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Reading Notes: The reading notes are two-page reflections on what you have read. The format is simple: two-page, single-space, block format (like this syllabus), 10-point font with the following content subheadings: Thesis – identify the central lesson the author is teaching us Central pillars – define and discuss at least three major learning outcomes Discussion – reflection on the book’s impact on the future manager – in other words, why does this reading matter

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As part of our discussion on external benefits we will be looking at vaccine for

As part of our discussion on external benefits we will be looking at vaccine for our pandemic – Covid
You will
pick one of the subtopics listed below, expand on it and give a live link to articles that support your position. Please include in your post information presented in the article and give your own view.
You should give us a live link (hyperlink) to an article that supports your position. Use information from the article in your post.
– explain, in your own words, how vaccines are an external benefit and show the benefits to individuals and society ( economic growth, jobs, production, profits….
– benefits of vaccines in the US (how much have businesses lost because of the confinement when dealing with the pandemic
– what are the reasons why some do not want to be vaccinated and what will be the consequences of that? Give your opinion on that.
– should schools and universities expect their students to be vaccinated before coming to campus?
– benefits to our country when giving vaccines to help other countries – India is a good example.
– profits of companies- do they have to share the patents for their vaccine?
Your post should not exceed 250 words.

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Read the book about two chapters ( 55 pages). The topic is about German immigrant

Read the book about two chapters ( 55 pages). The topic is about German immigrant servitude. Write a critical essay(5 pages maximum) on some issue or issues found in these chapters. This essay is not research paper. Do not search out other sources in the library. Focus only on the assigned readings and class discussions.
Papers must be typed on one side of the page, with the text double spaced in 12 pt font and any footnotes or references single spaced in 10pt font, with at least one-inch page margins on all sides. Citations must be used both for reference and content (you will need at least one citation—that is to the assigned reading that you are critically appraising), and a proper citation style must be used. Either MLA or APA citation style is acceptable. Attached the book, please read the chapter 17 and chapter 18.

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In a three or four paragraph essay begin with the following: “Before I studied

In a three or four paragraph essay begin with the following:
“Before I studied this course module I thought ___________________. Now I think __________________ because _________________. This is important because _________________;
Separate questions
2. What was most difficult for me in this section of the course? Why?
3. What can I do to continue learning about the topics covered in this first part of the course?
4. Choose one of the perspectives we have studied. For that perspective, which of its positions is least strong? Identify this position and explain why it isn’t well supported.
5. Go back to the practice quiz with quotes from different perspectives. Practice quiz on identifying perspectives
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This module we talked about economics perspectives (conservative, liberal, progressive). I am a conservative, therefore, i would like you to do this assignment from a conservative point of view. I will upload some images so you could see what we have studied in this module and also so you can quote from them.

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i have a 40 multiple question tes, it is timed 40 minutes, also it is

i have a 40 multiple question tes, it is timed 40 minutes, also it is proctored so i have to take it and i will send you screenshots, MUST BE ABLE TO ANWER FAST, and i will send a review similar to the tes. due today in 6 hours

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Discussion Board: GDP An Imperfect Measure of Progress

But it is not a perfect measure of well-being. For example, GDP excludes the value of leisure and the value of a clean environment. This discussion examines the usefulness and limits of measures of GDP. You might have difficulty accepting the use of GDP as a proxy for well-being. We can measure the well-being of a country by health, education, access for healthy food rather than money income. Per capita GDP does not directly measure well-being but it is highly correlated with direct measures.
Instructions
Please read the following news article:
GDP An Imperfect Measure of Progress click here!
Please state and explain one reason why GDP is not a perfect measure of economic well-being based on the article.
Please find the recent nominal GDP of Switzerland and China or India (you can Google). If GDP is a good proxy of well-being, why is Switzerland’s GDP so much lower than India’s GDP or China’s GDP? When you answer this question keep in mind the population of China or India is much higher than in Switzerland.
Please define GDP per capita and search for recent GDP per capita for both Switzerland and China. Do you think GDP per capita is a better measure than GDP itself? Why or why not?
Responses
Respond to two of your peers who selected a different reason than you did.
State another reason why GDP is not a perfect measure of economic well-being.
Find the GDP per capita of a developing country and compare this country’s GDP with your peers’ choice of countries.
Directions
Make your initial post by Thursday 11:00 pm of this week and comment on at least two of your classmates’ posts by Sunday 11:00 pm.
Post your response to the discussion and then read your classmates’ posts. Post a response to at least two of your classmates’ posts. The initial post should be no less than 150 words and no more than 300 words. Your reply post should be no less than 75 words.
Discussions need to be professional. Please make proper use of capitalization and punctuation and make sure that there are no misspellings, incomplete sentences, or other grammatical errors.
The basic criterion for a discussion post to be considered effective is that your message is original and intelligible. You must communicate concisely and clearly.

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The purchase of automobiles, one of the most significant consumer durables, is an important

The purchase of automobiles, one of the most significant consumer durables, is an important indicator of consumer buying behavior. Moreover, the contribution of auto-industry to the GNP has been increasing steadily ever since the sector had been de-licensed in 1993. This adds around 3 to 5 per cent to the GNP. The size of the passenger car is about 4 lakh at present, which is miniscule when compared to the US, Europe or the Japanese market.. Global car manufactures are paying heed to it and have flocked to the country. But in order to establish themselves, they have specific tastes, preferences and other generic demand determinants. We will start our discussion with the greatly untapped market—the non-urban car market in India, which contrary to popular belief, has potential.
To begin with, since cars are still a high-priced commodity (although the Maruti 800 has changed this perception), the level of income is presumably the most important determinant. More appropriately,
Assessment point 1; Case Study Analysis
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Car manufactures have already divided the car market on the basis of income. There are cars in the economy segment, mid-segment premium segment, within the mid-segment, one can find a lower mid- segment, comprising of the Maruti 1000 and the upper mid-segment, comprising of the Accent and Ikon. The premium segment is likewise, divided into the luxury segment and super-premium segment. But the kind of car to be purchased within that segment depends on other determinants. Let us take the case of a rich sugar farmer form UP. He might have the same purchasing power as that of an urban upper middleclass man, but may not prefer a delicate car like the Maruti, because of bad road conditions in his village. Further market research proves that people from semi-and non-urban India envisage heavy-looking, brightly colored goods as a sign of strength, durability and sturdiness. Thus, the demand with the same purchasing power will be entirely different.
The next crucial question is, how price sensitive are the buyers? Here the approach that has to be followed will vary greatly between urban and non-urban areas. Generally speaking, the demand is going to be elastic since cars are still considered luxury items, especially in small towns and rural areas. Heavy advertising and easier B2C communication in urban areas are helping auto-manufacturers develop a brand image easily, educating the customer on brand equity and acquiring brand loyalty. We all know that price sensitivity and brand loyalty are negatively related. Thus, an urban buyer tends to be less price sensitive. In the metros, other related factors like a busy lifestyle, makes depending on the unreliable public transport system a strictly avoidable situation. This makes the metro buyers price-insensitive as a car is treated more like an essential commodity. Non-urban buyers in general, tend to be fewer brands conscious (unless the brand becomes a logo for them—which is possible only in the long term) and more value-conscious. Further, in the cities one finds and equal number of women drivers who prefer delicate-looking cars. Hence we see that the law of demand, which states that there is an inverse relation between price and quantity demand, ceteris paribus (other thing remaining constant), need not always be true. The reason being that price itself becomes a function of lifestyle. The law of demand can be true once the market segment is clearly defined. Studying the demand pattern of the buyers for proper positioning of the car and gaining market share becomes more important as the supply of the passenger car, ever since the sector has been de-regularized, has far outstripped the actual demand for cars making this a ̳buyer‘s market‘.
Required
Using your expertise knowledge of Managerial Economics with reference to the case above, prepare a report with clear sections based on the following.
 Determinants of demand for passenger cars in India
 The role played by the non-urban India in forming the demand in the auto-market,
 State and justify your view whether you agree that the law of demand, technically speaking, cannot
work in an auto-maker.
 Imagining you are a new global auto maker planning to enter the Indian auto market. List the
various demand aspects you think are important

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Consider the application of ten principles in the real life in this discussion activity

Please read the following news article and chapter 1 of your textbook, answer the question below:
Gas Prices Drive Students to Online Courses
First, read the news article above. Then, address the following :
What are the four ten principles at decision making?
What do you think which of the four decision making economic principles of economics this article illustrates? State at least two principles.
Why do you think the two principles that you have selected are illustrated in this article? Explain your reasoning.
Illustrate one example, where you have used any two of the four decision-making principles in one decision.
Respond to two of your peers who selected different economic principles than yours to illustrate an example that they have used in one decision.
Illustrate a different example, where you could have used the two principles that your peers selected in one decision.
Directions
Make your initial post by Thursday 11:00 pm of this week and comment on at least two of your classmates’ posts by Sunday 11:00 pm.
Post your response to the discussion and then read your classmates’ posts. Post a response to at least two of your classmates’ posts. The initial post should be no less than 150 words and no more than 300 words. Your reply post should be no less than 75 words.
Discussions need to be professional. Please make proper use of capitalization and punctuation and make sure that there are no misspellings, incomplete sentences, or other grammatical errors.
The basic criterion for a discussion post to be considered effective is that your message is original and intelligible. You must communicate concisely and clearly.

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com/2020/12/30/florida-supreme-court-death-penalty-law/ (Links to an external site.) Answer the following questions, NOT by making superficial comments

com/2020/12/30/florida-supreme-court-death-penalty-law/ (Links to an external site.)
Answer the following questions, NOT by making superficial comments off the top of your head, but by thinking critically about the issues. For example, you are not allowed to claim that the death penalty has a deterrent value against future crimes unless you cite scientifically reliable statistics showing this to be true. You are not allowed to cherry-pick statistics that support your existing biases either. If you look for data, you must report what you find and try to assess its validity to the best of your ability, whether the results confirm or contradict your prior beliefs. This is an exercise in critical thinking. Superficial impressions not backed up by hard data are not acceptable as part of your answer.
Morality:
Is it morally right to execute someone who was found guilty of a heinous crime? Answer by reference to an explicit moral principle, not just “I believe this, or I think this, or my opinion is”. For example, does the death penalty violate the Christian commandment “you shall not kill”? Feel free to refer to the sacred texts of any other religion or to secular morality, as you prefer.
Reasonableness:
Are the lives of any murder victims sunk costs by the time a convicted murderer is to be sentenced? If so, should the value of the victims’ lives be part of the cost-benefit calculation of imposing the death penalty on the murderer? For the death penalty to pass a cost-benefit test, what value must the life of the condemned be assumed to have? What are the benefits, if any, of the death penalty? Is a “sense of closure” for the victims’ relatives anything other than the desire for revenge? What is it worth? The article mentions that until the recent reversal, the courts in Florida were required to weigh mitigating evidence against the aggravating factors to decide whether to impose a sentence of life or death. Was this reasonable? Was the reversal of this rule reasonable? Think clearly. Just because someone else might arrive at a different tally of costs and benefits than you does not necessarily mean that they are not being reasonable.

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I need help writing the literature review for my research paper for econometrics. The topic

I need help writing the literature review for my research paper for econometrics. The topic I have chosen is “The effect of Education on poverty in Pakistan”. The research paper requires the use of data and time series analysis. I just need help writing the literature review for the paper. I have attached a sample paper so you can see what the literature review should look like. Please include reference. I have also attached my paper which contains my abstract and introduction PLEASE LOOK AT THAT so you know what to write.

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There are two parts to this discussion. Part 1 In your own words define and

There are two parts to this discussion.
Part 1
In your own words define and explain fiscal policy. List the pros and cons for the fiscal policy you selected. Include supply-side economics in your explanation. As you think through your answer, remember the government may exercise expansionary or restrictive fiscal policy.
Part 2
Research one specific real-life example of a fiscal policy and explain its overall impact on the economy. In your example, discuss any political influences.

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Submissions will provide a critical analysis of the problem using economic concepts, graphical and/or mathematical

Submissions will provide a critical analysis of the problem using economic concepts, graphical and/or mathematical representations and be 1 page, single spaced, 11 pt font, in length. Grading criteria will include an assessment of writing quality including logical support, grammar, spelling and form.
Naoko Ishii: An economic case for saving the planet.

Economic topics that could be related to the analysis:
Public Policy for Natural Resources
The Objectives of Public Policy
Types of Public Policies
Private Property Rights
Government-Sponsored Incentive Policies
Direct Controls
Direct Public Production
Market Failure/Government Failure
Policy Centralization/Decentralization
Principles of Impact Analysis
Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
Benefit-Cost Analysis
The Valuation of Natural Resources Measuring Benefits
Active (Use) Benefits
Nonuse (Passive) Benefits
Measuring Costs

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Submissions will provide a critical analysis of the problem using economic concepts, graphical and/or mathematical

Submissions will provide a critical analysis of the problem using economic concepts, graphical and/or mathematical representations and be 1 page, single spaced, 11 pt font, in length. Grading criteria will include an assessment of writing quality including logical support, grammar, spelling and form.
Naoko Ishii: An economic case for saving the planet.

Economic topics that could be related to the analysis:
Public Policy for Natural ResourcesThe Objectives of Public Policy
Types of Public Policies
Private Property Rights
Government-Sponsored Incentive Policies
Direct Controls
Direct Public Production
Market Failure/Government Failure
Policy Centralization/Decentralization

Principles of Impact AnalysisCost-Effectiveness Analysis
Benefit-Cost Analysis

The Valuation of Natural Resources Measuring BenefitsActive (Use) Benefits
Nonuse (Passive) Benefits
Measuring Costs

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Submissions will provide a critical analysis of the problem using economic concepts, graphical and/or mathematical

Submissions will provide a critical analysis of the problem using economic concepts, graphical and/or mathematical representations and be 1 page, single spaced, 11 pt font, in length. Grading criteria will include an assessment of writing quality including logical support, grammar, spelling and form.
Naoko Ishii: An economic case for saving the planet.

Economic topics that could be related to the analysis:
Public Policy for Natural ResourcesThe Objectives of Public Policy
Types of Public Policies
Private Property Rights
Government-Sponsored Incentive Policies
Direct Controls
Direct Public Production
Market Failure/Government Failure
Policy Centralization/Decentralization

Principles of Impact AnalysisCost-Effectiveness Analysis
Benefit-Cost Analysis

The Valuation of Natural Resources Measuring BenefitsActive (Use) Benefits
Nonuse (Passive) Benefits
Measuring Costs

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DATA ANALYSIS Calculate the Growth rate of GDP per capita for each of the countries

DATA ANALYSIS
Calculate the Growth rate of GDP per capita for each of the countries in the years under consideration. Show boxplots of incomes for all the countries in each year. What happened? Is there any evidence for convergence? Discuss the notions of conditional and unconditional convergence in this regard (Hint.: Use logs instead of levels).
● Split the data into two groups of poor and rich. The split should be done according to the median income in 1990. Then show boxplots of incomes for both groups in each year. What happened? Is there any evidence for convergence? (Hint.: Use logs instead of levels. Start with splitting the sample: poor in 1960, 1990, and 2020, then the same for the rich. Plot boxplots for each
COUNTRIES
In the world bank as of 2020 the top 5 richest countries are
1. Luxembourg
2. Switzerland
3.Ireland
4. Norway
5.USAs of 2020 poorest country as per world bank
1.Burundi
2.Somalia
3. Mozambique
4.Central African Republic
5.Sierra Leone

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DATA ANALYSIS Calculate the Growth rate of GDP per capita for each of the countries

DATA ANALYSIS
Calculate the Growth rate of GDP per capita for each of the countries in the years under consideration. Show boxplots of incomes for all the countries in each year. What happened? Is there any evidence for convergence? Discuss the notions of conditional and unconditional convergence in this regard (Hint.: Use logs instead of levels).
● Split the data into two groups of poor and rich. The split should be done according to the median income in 1990. Then show boxplots of incomes for both groups in each year. What happened? Is there any evidence for convergence? (Hint.: Use logs instead of levels. Start with splitting the sample: poor in 1960, 1990, and 2020, then the same for the rich. Plot boxplots for each
COUNTRIES
In the world bank as of 2020 the top 5 richest countries are
1. Luxembourg
2. Switzerland
3.Ireland
4. Norway
5.USAs of 2020 poorest country as per world bank
1.Burundi
2.Somalia
3. Mozambique
4.Central African Republic
5.Sierra Leone

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Comparative Advantage: Sources– not less than 700 word

What are the sources and the challenges? What is the role of the government? What policies should the government implement to enhance the comparative advantage ?Does the government provide additional investment? What could increase their advantage?
In Module 2, we examine the concept of comparative advantage. Pay close attention to your readings as this week’s Discussion Forum asks you to discuss a country’s comparative advantage—both the sources and the challenges.

Embed course material concepts, principles, and theories, which require supporting citations along with at least one scholarly, peer-reviewed reference in supporting your answer unless the discussion calls for more. Keep in mind that these scholarly references can be found in the Saudi Digital Library by conducting an advanced search specific to scholarly references.
Use Saudi Electronic University academic writing standards and APA style guidelines.
You are required to reply to at least two peer discussion question post answers to this weekly discussion question and/or your instructor’s response to your posting. These post replies need to be substantial and constructive in nature. They should add to the content of the post and evaluate/analyze that post answer. Normal course dialogue doesn’t fulfill these two peer replies but is expected throughout the course. Answering all course questions is also required.

Required:Chapter 2 in International EconomicsHansol, G. (2020). Who will fill China’s shoes? The global evolution of labor-intensive manufacturing. East Asian Economic Review, 24(4), 313-336. Retrieved from https://www.eaerweb.org/selectArticleInfo.do?article_a_no=JE0001_2020_v24n4_313

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