Answer the questions and problems below:   3.3-) Several decades ago, the British and French governments agreed to jointly produce the Concorde, a supersonic plane. After British taxpayers had spent £300 million (over \$2 billion in terms of money today) to help develop the plane, the British government concluded that because this vast sum of … Read more

Business & Finance – Financial markets Assignment

Answer and discuss the following questions about elasticity measures:  1-) The short-run price elasticity of demand for oil is 0.3. If new discoveries of oil increase the quantity of oil by 6 percent, what will be the resulting change in the price of oil? 2-) As a brand manager for Honey Bunches of Oats cereal, … Read more

Do the following end-of-chapter questions and/or problems from your course text. Please pay very careful attention if you are being asked to do a question versus a problem.  Questions: 1-)  Suppose that the pound is pegged to gold at 6 pounds per ounce, whereas the franc is pegged to gold at 12 francs per ounce. … Read more

5-2 Problem Set: Confidence Intervals

This problem set will give you practice in solving problems relating to confidence intervals learned in this module. Problems will be similar to those you will face on in Module Six and will include one or two real-world applications to prepare you to think like a biostatistician.

Q-1

This will cover the material from Chapters 1–5 (Modules One, Two, and Three) in Basic Biostatistics: Statistics for Public Health Practice. This assignment will focus on solving and analyzing problems.

Corruption, Norms, and Legal Enforcement: Evidence from Diplomatic Parking Tickets

2. Corruption, Norms, and Legal Enforcement: Evidence from Diplomatic Parking Tickets We study cultural norms and legal enforcement in controlling corruption by analyzing the parking behavior of United Nations officials in Manhattan. Until 2002, diplomatic immunity protected UN diplomats from parking enforcement actions, so diplomats’ actions were constrained by cultural norms alone. We find a … Read more

Discussion question 3

Prompt: You have now learned a lot about the social institutions of labor, economy, education, and health care, and the social problems related to these institutions. Considering what you have learned, in what ways might capitalism be a better economic system than socialism? On the other hand, in what ways might socialism be a better … Read more