I’m goingto let you know now it’s a bit of work. You gotta do it on Cengage. It has a few practice questions and the questions after that. It’s a bit of work leading up. So please make sure you are ready for that!
I want a correct and complete solution without errors without plagiarism. Solve
I want a correct and complete solution without errors without plagiarism.
Solve all questions without missing out. I want to get the full degree.
This work is important.
O background and a brief history of the trade bloc or agreement.
• Identify and recognize the characteristics of this regional trade agreement.
o Background and a brief history of the trade bloc or agreement.
o Its membership
o What kind of bloc it is—what different aspects of economics, politics, military or social union are included?
o The goals of the union or trade agreement.
o The results of the union or trade agreement—how successful has it been in achieving its goals?
o Its greatest success.
o Its greatest challenges.
o What are the prospects for the future?
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Please get ready to answer these by December 11, 2022. Draw relevant graphs, a
Please get ready to answer these by December 11, 2022. Draw relevant graphs, answer in complete detail with the help of the book and notes. Your answers must show the evidence of learning in this class.
Compare the behavior of US macro-economy in 1980s and 1990s. (Up to 2001 events) Explain the decisions of demand management policies (fiscal and monetary) makers in the light of theoretical developments in these decades. How do you reconcile the development of theory and policy making in these years? Be thorough and answer in detail.
What are the main reasons for financial crisis in 2008-2012? Explain the steps taken to correct this by Obama administration and the monetary policy of USA. What is the most important macroeconomic challenge US economy is facing currently (2022)? Be thorough.
My part is: Nordea bank growth plans for the future? What competition and compet
My part is: Nordea bank growth plans for the future? What competition and competitors there is in bank business in Europe? Legislation problems for Nordea? (Can also be predictions and writer own thoughts from the sources, sources can be any websites or books etc.)
For this paper, you will choose a developing country and describe its general gr
For this paper, you will choose a developing country and describe its general growth and development experience (based on the literature and data). You may want to discuss its economic growth and/or relevant political, social, demographic, environmental, and institutional factors. While you may discuss certain historical factors that are relevant to the country’s growth and development experience, please remember that this is NOT a history paper. In other words, your focus should be on the components of growth and development that are relevant and important to your chosen country. Good papers will include some sort of thesis sentence and argument. For example, a thesis sentence for this first paper might be, “Although Argentina used to be one of the richest countries in the world, its development experience over the past century has been largely negative”. Or, “The United Arab Emirates has recently been experiencing growth without development.”
Like all good papers, I expect you to cite some relevant, credible literature. The full source citations should appear at the end of the paper. In addition, whenever you write any sentence in the paper that has information taken from one of your sources, you must include a citation at the end of the sentence. For example: (Peters, 2011).
Your paper should be about 3 pages. Use a standard font (such as Times New Roman 12pt font). I will deduct points from your grade for any paper over 4 pages. Clear and concise writing is an extremely difficult skill to master, but it is a valuable one
Review the Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care 2018 Data Update. (see the attached fi
Review the Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care 2018 Data Update. (see the attached file)
Write a 525- to 700-word analysis that includes the following:
Identify the results for Washington.
Analyze the results for Washington and write a 525- to 700-word summary of why you think the trends in utilization and cost are either positive or negative.
Examine and explain whether you think the utilization and costs information for your organization or geography can be used to build a stronger brand for health care.
Cite any references to support your assignment.
Format your citations according to APA guidelines.
Instructions and rubric are in the attached files *required sources*** (feel fre
Instructions and rubric are in the attached files
*required sources*** (feel free to choose an relevant article online or on google scholar)
“in the fourth quarter of 2021, us real gdp was 1.4 percent below its pre-pandemic trend, as shown in figure 1.
This short paper sets up the assumptions portion of your research that will be used in paper 3. The focus is on “all else constant.”
The two states you will consider for both this assignment and paper 3 are Pennsylvania and Ohio.
This assignment involves two elements.
Discuss in general the things that might affect infection rates in addition to state restrictive/non-restrictive policies among states. Outside sources with citation needed.
Consider your Element 1 discussion. Describe the steps you might take to satisfy the “all else constant” requirements of your paper 3 analysis for Pennsylvania and Ohio. These include things that might be similar in the two states and therefore are constant. These need to be listed with reference to the sources you use. In addition, list factors that you have to ASSUME are constant, that you will need caveats for in your paper 3 analysis.
Please delineate your sections with subheadings. As usual, proper citation methodology is mandatory.
(Element 1 paper)
Profess David Raboy ECO 201
Sep. 29th, 2022
Policy/Infections Paper 1
1. The belief of saving lives first can overall save our livelihoods. In the article written in 2020 on how to reopen the economy, it quotes “without action more will die, more
evictions, loss of health insurance, more hospitals overburdened, and jobs loss.” (Werner, R., & Grande, D.) In all the madness of the COVID-19 outbreak we had the U.S. leading in cases back in 2020 with multiple businesses shutting down and letting workers go. Millions filing for unemployment benefits, countless sporting arenas and entertainment venues closing, down to the entertainers cancelling tours and shows all around. This whole disease really has affected and slowed down our economy in these past few years, so you might be able to see why getting it under control is not only the best for humanity, but the best restart for the economy. Some folks like the policy director connected to The Economic Recovery Depends on Controlling the COVID-19 Pandemic, by Rachel Cleetus, believe a rollout on vaccines should do the job, others like David & Rachel W. think some of the tactics we have put in place with social distancing or even just the lockdowns have been proven effective as well.
2. It is said by students, Jason Furman (PIIE) and Wilson Powell III (Harvard Kentucky School), increasing inventory investment and increased service spending has led to one of the fastest GDP growths since 1984. Over the four quarters of 2021, real GDP grew 5.5 percent.
Some examples and data of evidence of the economic growth in result of the pandemic:
“In the fourth quarter of 2021, US real GDP was 1.4 percent below its pre-pandemic trend, as shown in figure 1. It is not necessarily the case, however, that real GDP was 1.4 percent lower than what it would have been absent the pandemic (a negative for GDP) and absent the fiscal and monetary policy response (a positive for GDP). The growth rate in the years prior to COVID-19 was boosted by continued increases in the age-adjusted employment rate as the economy’s cyclical position improved.” (Furman & Powell)
“The pre-pandemic trend assumes that growth would have continued at a 2.3 percent annual rate, while the Congressional Budget Office’s (CBO) last pre-COVID-19 forecast was for growth at a 2.0 percent annual rate in 2020 and 2021 (CBO’s actual pre-pandemic forecast envisioned the economy being above potential in 2021-Q4).” (Furman & Powell)
“The composition of demand has changed dramatically, as shown in figure 5 (Figure 3). The biggest shortfall continues to be in business investment, which is 6 percent short of its adjusted pre-pandemic trend. Consumer spending has fully recovered and is now 1.0 percent above its adjusted trend. Residential investment remains well above trend, while government purchases are slightly below their trend.” (Furman J. & Powell III, W.)
Furman , J., Powell III, W., Blanchard, O., L’Huillier, J. P., Lorenzoni , G., & Dylan, K. (2022,
January 28). The US economy grew faster than expected in 2021, but the pandemic transformed its composition. PIIE. Retrieved September 29, 2022, from https://www.piie.com/blogs/realtime-economic-issues-watch/us-economy-grew-faster- expected-2021-pandemic-transformed-its
Here are the elements:
Part 3, is your analysis. Therefore no citation is required. This is your own original analysis. Here are the elements:
Your states are Pennsylvania and Ohio. Please only analyze 2020
Using the Johns Hopkins University data investigate for possible correlations between state restrictive/non-restrictive policies and infection rates. Look at trends, not just individual data points. Consider that some periods might have different results than others. THERE ARE NO RIGHT OR WRONG ANSWERS as long as the analysis is done thoroughly. There may be a relationship or there may not be. This is strictly positive analysis and must be objective. Avoid overly stringent claims, like “a caused b.” Instead, there “appears/doesn’t appear” to be a correlation.
in Part 2 you listed factors that you held constant by assumption. In this element you will explain how those assumptions might bias your results. Might your outcome have been different if you didn’ impose the all else constant requirement. This is essentially a caveat to your results.