Growth trade and development

an individual essay, analysing a selected period in development in a poorer country, which will demonstrate the student’s capacity to understand the obstacles to, and levers of development in relation to trade

There are 47 Least developed countries to choose from… and 152 Developing countries according to the IMF

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Economics

Hello, could you please help me answer those questions briefly? all details are mentioned in the word document, I have also attached the book used in the course.

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Does variable A cause variable B

Please write a topic idea. All requirements are in the first pdf. And there have some formatting checklist and general resource. There are the websites below.
https://back.nber.org/forms/pdf.html
https://www.bls.gov/data/
https://www.fbi.gov/services/cjis/ucr
https://gss.norc.org/
https://data.worldbank.org/
https://www.cdc.gov/surveillancepractice/data.html
https://econ.williams.edu/online-resources/
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/07/smarter-living/how-to-edit-your-own-writing.html
https://rfortherestofus.com/2019/11/how-to-make-beautiful-tables-in-r/
https://www.stata.com/meeting/oceania16/slides/watson-oceania16.pdf
https://www.bgsu.edu/content/dam/BGSU/college-of-arts-and-sciences/center-for-family-and-demographic-research/documents/Workshops/2017-CFDR-Excel-WS-Stata-Output-Excel-Word-Handout.pdf

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Measure of Economic Health/GDP Importance

I included the instructions from the instructor in the files and an article as well. Also, I’ve pasted links to some of the articles for the two weeks covered of course work. It is a 3-4 page paper discussing the GDP and its effect on economic health. It MUST include three scholarly, peer-reviewed, or other credible sources, INCLUDING the course text.

The coursebook is : Amacher, R.,

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Freakonomics

Book review of Freakonomics would be best if in the format of
https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/lsereviewofbooks/2021/06/02/book-review-advanced-introduction-to-feminist-economics-by-joyce-p-jacobsen/

Can follow this format

Paragraph 1: summarise the main ideas in the book and state that your review wish es to focus on 3 key ideas.
Idea 1 – what they said / what others said about it/what you think (this may take 1, 2 or even 3 paragraphs).
Idea 2 – what they said / what others said about it/what you think (again may be 1 or 2 paragraphs).
Idea 3 – what they said / what others said about it/what you think

Or this format

Para 1: summarise main ideas of the book
Para 2: discuss what others have said about the book
Para 3 (and 4?) discuss what you like about the book
Para 4 (and 5) discuss any limitations

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bitcoin future price and its impacts on the economy, inflation and money transfer

This topic will be my master thesis topic and please the writer who will work on this need to be assigned to me to work with me on writing the thesis.

I want for now to prepare a one page which will be describing the idea of the research topic, th problem, research objectives, initial question(s), and why the problem is relevant

· Planned methodology including type of empirical data and how the data will be obtained

and also i need to hypothesis questions for a quantitative research

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Assignment 3

To earn the maximum number of points, develop a 275-word response per assignment. Check for spelling/punctuation and develop the draft in a Word document. You can use your own experience to describe how the articles relate to the concepts from the class.
Now That You’re Hooked, Netflix Is Looking to Raise Its Prices Again
But don’t worry, your weekend binge won’t cost you extra. By Joanna Robinson. May 16, 2017.
In the age of Peak TV, cord cutting, and too many media options, many pop culture–loving Americans have had to make some budgetary decisions. Gone are the days where everything you might want to watch is available in one bundled cable package—but when it comes to choosing which service to keep, Netflix often emerges as the best bang-for-your-buck option. There’s a new TV series to watch every weekend (sometimes more than one and with plans ranging from $7.99-$11.99, it costs less per month than a single night out at the movies. But now that Netflix has hooked an audience on its never-ending supply of original content, the streaming service is curious to know how much you’ll really pay to stay plugged in.
A rather alarmist article from The Australian (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.) indicates that prices are going up down under. The paper reported, and Netflix confirmed, that the streaming service has been running tests in Australia that increased the basic service from $8.99 to $9.99 a month, the standard service from $11.99 to $13.99 a month, and the premium service from $14.99 to $17.99 a month. What The Australian got wrong, according to an emailed statement from Netflix, was identifying this price hike as a new “weekend surging” model. “Reports that we are testing ‘weekend-only’ pricing are inaccurate and entirely false. This testing varies in length and time and the fact that some members saw this test on a weekend is completely unrelated.” So no, neither you nor any Australian you know will have to pay more for enrolling in a Netflix plan on the weekend.
But Netflix admitted it is exploring charging more for its goods and services with this Australian test. The company, no doubt, wants to avoid a catastrophe similar to the one in 2011, when, after C.E.O. Reed Hastings announced the short-lived DVD-only service Qwikster and a potential 60 percent price hike for some customers, users rioted and canceled their subscriiptions— causing Netflix stock to plummet. Back then, the company overplayed its hand—at the time, local video stores hadn’t yet been driven out of business, and the addictive likes of Stranger Things, Orange Is the New Black, Jessica Jones, and more were just a glimmer in TV-lovers eyes. Netflix’s first original series, House of Cards, didn’t launch until 2013.
What a difference a few years make. In 2015, after Netflix had made itself even more valuable to customers thanks to the rise of binge-watching and the 2013 demise of Blockbuster, the company attempted again to raise its prices. This time, the hike was much gentler—a mere dollar increase in most cases rolled out gradually—and Netflix users took the change docilely, (for the most part. That’s what happens to frogs in a pot of hot water when you turn up the temperature slowly.
So in Australia, Netflix is doing what it has done many times before in other countries: seeing what the market will bear. Fortune speculates that the company may be exploring a significant price surge in Australia specifically (and, Netflix stresses, this is exclusively an Australian test) because of a “recent decision to extend the federal government’s 10 percent goods and services tax to cover ‘intangible supplies,’ including digital content and streaming services like Netflix. Nicknamed the ‘Netflix Tax,’ the extended tax will start affecting companies like Netflix when it goes into effect on July 1.”
Having assured its customers that weekend surge pricing is not a thing, Netflix further clarified in an emailed statement to Fortune: “We continuously test new things at Netflix and these tests typically vary in length of time. In this case, we are testing slightly different price points to better understand how consumers value Netflix. Not everyone will see this test and we may not ever offer it generally.” May not—but after a decade of rock-bottom pricing on streaming content and establishing a firm stranglehold on pop culture (not to mention an expansion into the world of filmmaking),
Netflix has no reason not to make you pay. http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2017/05/netflix-raising-prices-weekend-surge-pricing

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Assignment 1

To earn the maximum number of points, develop a 275-word response per assignment. Check for spelling/punctuation and develop the draft in a Word document. You can use your own experience to describe how the articles relate to the concepts from the class.

The Factors of Production (Chapter 1)
People think economics is about dollars and sense. Er, cents. And it is (on both counts). But economic choices involve more than just money. Money, or income, is just one of several scarce or limited resources we have to decide how to use wisely. Time is also a resource that we must choose how to spend.
Economists traditionally also identify several factors of production that must be constantly prioritized and allocated. Traditionally, these factors of production are identified as land, capital, and labor. Economists define land as all natural resources. Trees, game animals, water, minerals—these are all included in the economic concept of land. Capital includes types of property, such as machinery and tools, that can be used to produce things. It does not include money. Labor refers to the human input invested in the production process; it is the human effort exerted when a lumberjack uses a chainsaw (capital) to cut down a tree (land).
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From Music to Maps, How Apple’s iPhone Changed Business
Ten years ago, hailing a cab meant waiving one’s arm at passing traffic, consumers routinely purchased cameras, and a phone was something people made calls on. The iPhone, released a decade ago this month, changed all of that and more, sparking a business transformation as sweeping as the one triggered by the personal computer in the 1980s. Apple Inc.’s gadget, and the smartphone boom that followed, gave rise to whole new industries, laid waste to others and forced new business models. “It combined size, power and personalization,” said Paul Nunes, managing director at global consulting and services firm Accenture and author of “Big Bang Disruption,” a book about transformational technologies.
The upheaval triggered by the iPhone, and the launch of Google’s Android operating system for smartphones the following year, led to new innovations like apps that continued to transform industry. Entrepreneurial coders and upstart businesses could now reach consumers directly, creating new modes of shopping, entertainment, travel and more. App stores today offer an estimated 3.5 million to 3.6 million choices, including games, fitness programs, shopping and dating, according to audience-measurement firm Verto Analytics Inc.
Apps also made it easier for big companies to connect with customers: airlines use them to expedite flight check-ins, banks to handle check deposits, and restaurants to automate ordering. That activity has been a catalyst for the growing dominance of tech-industry titans. Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Facebook Inc. now get the bulk of their advertising revenue from mobile ads. Together with Apple, Microsoft Corp., and Amazon.com Inc., they are the five most valuable companies on the stock market today. Ten years ago, only one of the top five was a tech company.
Along the way, smartphones disrupted communication. By offering faster, easier ways to communicate — text, photo, video, and social networks — “the iPhone destroyed the phone call,” says Joshua Gans, professor at the University of Toronto and author of the book, “The Disruption Dilemma.” “It’s funny we even call it a phone.”
Smartphones didn’t start social media. Facebook launched in 2004 on desktop PCs. But they made social networks and messaging apps like Facebook’s WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger, along with Twitter, Snapchat, and others, pervasive and indispensable. As of March 31, at least 1.94 billion users were checking into Facebook at least once a month.
As mobile audiences grew, so did the time individuals spent on their phones. Average usage had risen to 73.8 hours a month by June of last year from 68.2 hours the prior year, much of it on social media, according to a report by comScore released later in 2016. Advertisers have redirected their spending accordingly, wreaking havoc on established news companies. In 2015, total mobile ad spending in the U.S. overtook print ad dollars, according to eMarketer. Last year, Facebook captured 14% of the $190.6 billion global digital advertising revenue, second only to Google’s 32.8%. And in the first quarter of 2017, Facebook’s 49% rise in revenue was largely fueled by online advertising.
Smartphones have also laid waste to the camera industry — even as they made photos more relevant than ever. Digital camera shipments fell 80% between 2010 and 2016 to 24 million, according to the Camera

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Assignment 2

To earn the maximum number of points, develop a 275-word response per assignment. Check for spelling/punctuation and develop the draft in a Word document. You can use your own experience to describe how the articles relate to the concepts from the class.

To earn the maximum number of points, develop a 275-word response per assignment. Check for spelling/punctuation and develop the draft in a Word document. You can use your own experience to describe how the articles relate to the concepts from the class.

EpiPen Price Increase Puts Some Patients At Risk (Chapter 2)
Aug. 17, 2016 — The price of potentially life-saving EpiPens has increased more than 480 percent since 2009, putting them out of reach for some patients. An EpiPen (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.) contains epinephrine (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.), a medicine used to treat a severe allergic reaction (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.). In 2009, pharmacies paid just over $100 for a 2-pack of EpiPens. The price is now more than $600, according to CBS News. That means some patients have trouble affording the device. “If they don’t have [the EpiPen], it could mean life or death,” pharmacist Leon Tarasenko told CBS News.

The high cost is forcing some patients to take risks. “Within the last two months, we’ve had about three patients who had issues with the price of an EpiPen. And we actually — they did not receive it. They just refused to take it,” Tarasenko said. EpiPen is made by Mylan. The company said in a statement to CBS News that the EpiPen’s price “has changed over time to better reflect important product features and the value the product provides,” and that “we’ve made a significant investment to support the device over the past years.” The company offers coupons worth up to $100, but patients with high deductibles (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.) still have to to pay most of the cost of the device out-of-pocket, according to CBS News.

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Postage Rate Increase

Info on the 2017 USPS Postage Rate Increase
The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) will implement new postage rates for several mailing and shipping products on Sunday, January 22, 2017.
Summary of the 2017 Postage Rate Increase:

Domestic Mailing:
• First Class Mail Letters (1 oz.) rates will increase from $0.47 to $0.49 when purchased at the Post Office. Each additional ounce will cost $0.21.
• The discounted “Metered Mail” category for First Class Mail Letters (1 oz.), which includes online postage providers and postage meters, will decrease from $0.465 to $0.46. Each additional ounce will cost $0.21.
• First Class Mail Flats (1 oz.) will increase from $0.94 to $0.98. Each additional ounce will cost $0.21.
• Postcard rates will remain the same at $0.34.

Domestic Shipping:
• Priority Mail Express will see an overall rate increase of 3.4% in 2017.
• Priority Mail will see an average rate increase of 3.9% in 2017.
• First Class Package Service will see an average rate increase of 4.1% in 2017.
• First Class Mail — Parcels available at the Post Office will also see an increase and rates will start at $2.67 (previously $2.62) for a 1 oz. package.
• Parcel Select Ground will increase by 2.7%, but rates for some weight and zone groupings will be going down compared to 2016.
• Media Mail rates will start at $2.63 instead of $2.61 for a 1 lb. package.

International Shipping:
• Priority Mail Express International rates will not change in 2017.
• Priority Mail International rates will not change in 2017.
• First Class Package International rates will not change in 2017.
http://www.stamps.com/usps/postage-rate-increase/

Law enforcement in high demand, but odds of getting hired are low
June 22, 2017 by Caitlin Doornbos
While there is a need to fill open law enforcement positions, the odds of becoming an officer with the Orange County (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.) Sheriff’s Office or the Orlando Police Department (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.) are tough. About 7 percent of those interested in becoming a Sheriff’s Office deputy were hired in 2016. At the Police Department, about 1 percent of total applicants were hired last year.
This month, Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings asked Orange County commissioners for a 2018 budget of about $18 million, largely aimed at recruiting and retaining deputies. He wants to create 55 new jobs — at least 46 of them sworn officer positions. Demings told county commissioners he has “very high standards” and personally makes all of the hiring decisions for sworn officers. He said it typically takes between three and six months to “delve into a person’s background and understand who it is that [they’re] hiring. “I will refuse to hire just anyone to put a gun on and give them the authority to use deadly force and to make arrests,” Demings said.
As of Thursday, there were 15 vacancies in the Orlando Police Department. The Sheriff’s Office — which is about twice the size of the Police Department with about 1,500 sworn positions — said it is “constantly recruiting.” “This is a daily task for an agency of our size dealing with the realities of retirements, resignations and turnover,” Sheriff’s Office spokesman Capt. Angelo Nieves said this month. Nearly 109,000 people inquired about being an Orange County deputy through the agency’s website. Of those who filled out an application, 2,223 met the minimum qualifications for the job.
The Sheriff’s Office hired 144 sworn officers last year, meaning just one in 15 qualified candidates was hired — and one in 756 people who sought information about the job online was hired. Once hired, it can take about a year before deputies are ready to work on their own. If a new hire has no law enforcement experience, the Sheriff’s Office puts the person through a five-month law enforcement academy. All employees also go through an eight-week, agency-specific training program, Demings said. Finally, they spend another 14 weeks of training on patrol with another officer before going out on their own.
The Orlando Police Department received about 5,000 applications last year for sworn officer positions, up from about 3,500 in 2015. About half of those 5,000 applicants made it to the formal application process, spokeswoman Michelle Guido said. Of the approximately 2,500 qualified candidates, only 50 officers were hired — which Guido said is average for a typical year. OPD’s hiring process takes six months to a year to complete. Applicants must complete civil service exams, physical agility tests, polygraphs, “intensive background investigation,” multiple interviews, and medical and psychological exams, according to the department’s hiring website. Orange County commissioners are set to review a proposed budget next month that would include Demings’ request for more officers.

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