Daily Archives: March 5, 2021

Explain the difference between nominal and real GDP.

Question 1.The following table shows the prices and quantities of each good consumed in 2016, 2017, and 2018.Cheese Meat FishYear Price Quantity Price Quantity Price Quantity2016 11 300 11 300 15 1002017 12 330 10 320 16 1102018 14 270 9 330 18 140

• Explain the difference between nominal and real GDP.• Calculate nominal GDP, real GDP (base year 2016) and GDP deflator. Analyze the results.• Quantify CPI if the base year is 2016 and consumer basket corresponds to the quantities of 2016. Explain why CPI is different from GDP deflator.• Quantify inflation rate in 2017 and 2018 and interpret the results.

Question 2.

Table 1. GDP of SingaporeCountry: Singapore 2016 2017 2018 2019GDP (constant 2010 US$) 308,640,184,767.9 322,024,690,203.1 333,096,256,633.7 335,538,884,575.3GDP (current US$) 318,652,334,419.1 341,863,349,989.1 373,217,081,850.5 372,062,527,488.6GDP….

Global Macroeconomics: Briefly explain the various economic principals


Absolute AdvantageCeteris ParibusComparative AdvantageComplementDeadweight LossDemandEfficiencyEquilibriumEquityInferior GoodNormal GoodNormative StatementOpportunity CostPositive StatementPrice CeilingPrice FloorShortageSubstituteSupplySurplus

Chapter 1 Review Questions:

Briefly explain the various economic principalsIf a policy results in higher benefits than costs, should it be implemented?If a policy results in higher costs than benefits, should it be implemented?Briefly explain why people quantify costs and benefits differently.List the factors of productionHow are positive and normative statements used when discussing whether a policy should or should not be implementedWrite an example of a positive statementWrite an example of a negative statement

Chapter 2 Review Questions:

What does it mean to be producing a level of production that is inside the production possibilities frontier?What does it mean to be producing a level of production that is on the production possibilities frontier?Is a….

GEOG 240 – World Economic Geography: Country Characteristics

GEOG 240 – World Economic Geography Internet Course                        YOUR NAME HEREPaper #1 – Country CharacteristicsCountry:BACKGROUND INFORMATIONIn this section, you are to provide general background information on your country.  Use the CIA World Factbook at https://www.cia.gov/the-world-factbook/ as your primary source of information.  In constructing and writing this section, you need to include (at a minimum) the following information:GeographyThe name of your country and where it is located.  Be sure to identify the continent on which it is located (if applicable), where it is located relative to other countries nearby, or major bodies of water (i.e. oceans).The names of some of the major landforms (rivers, mountains, lakes, desserts, etc.) and the general locations within the country.The type/types of climate found throughout the country. You may include such things as….

Compare and contrast a primary source with a secondary source

Compare and contrast two sources. One must be a primary source (Herman Melville, Moby-Dick; or, the Whale, chapters 61, 67, 78, 87, 94, and 97 ) and one must be a secondary source (Bathsheba Demuth, Floating Coast: An Environmental History of the Bering Strait, chapter 1, “Whale Country,”Preview the document pp. 15-43). What themes do you perceive? What are interesting connections? or surprising contrasts? This essay is not simply a summary, although you do need to summarize key points to communicate your arguments. Don’t assume prior knowledge: practice explaining to your readers all the context they’d need to understand your points. Cite sources using Chicago Manual of Style notes-and-bibliography format. Please only use the information from the provided chapters/page numbers provided above when making the essay. It is….

BCO124 MACROECONOMICS Task brief & rubrics

BCO124 MACROECONOMICS Task brief & rubrics

Midterm Task brief


· This is an individual task.

· Weight: This task is worth 40% of your overall grade for this subject.

Submission: Via Moodle (Turnitin). Submissions will be accepted until Sunday 7th March 2021 at 23:59 CEST.


· The minimum amount of words to be used is 1000 and the maximm is 1500

· You may want to include images/graphics etc. (for example from their website) to make your reasoning and argumention more visual and explicative

· Font: Arial. Size: 12,5pts. Line spacing: 1,5. Text align: Justified.

· Appendices and References, do not count towards the final wordcount but are strongly recommended (referencing websites, articles, books etc.)

· The in-text References and the Bibliography have to be in Harvard’s citation style.


Evidence Performance

One challenge that can discredit the evidence is that many types of analysis rely on standard operating procedures meaning that lab reports would be repetitive and unduly consumptive of time (Houck, 2015). Also scientists are called to testify in many situations about methods, procedures, results and conclusions concerning a particular case. If a trial occurs shortly after after the evidence was analyzed, then the scientist should be able to testify directly from memory. There are times that the trial does not occur months or years later and the lab report has to used to memorialize the evidence. The scientist needs to stay within their areas of expertise and not be tempted to answer questions or speculate an answer.

IRIS Module Review And Reflection

REQUIRED READINGS & ONLINE RESOURCES Read: Pages 315–399 Introduction to Contemporary Special Education, Smith (2018)Read: Perspectives of Effective Teachers of Students with Low-Incidence Disabilities retrieved from Teaching Exceptional Children Plushttps://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ966520.pdf, October 9th, 2018.Watch: Kaufman, R. (2012) Low Incidence Disabilities Mission Possible. Retrieved November, 2018, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Nrhu7g-frcWatch: Holzrichter, R. (2015). Addressing the needs of Deaf Students in the Classroom.  Retrieved November, 2018, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwWAHyD0f4w


Complete IRIS Module and respond to the following questions:

SPE 500 Serving Students with Visual Impairments: The Importance of Collaboration Assessment

Take some time now to answer the following questions. If you have trouble answering any of the questions, go back and review the Perspectives & Resources pages in this Module.

 1.Name at least three sources from which Ms. Milton can gather information about students with visual impairments. For each source, describe the type of information you will obtain.

 2.  Imagine that you are a general education science teacher, and one of your students, Richard, has low vision. Next week, you will teach a chapter on the solar system. Using the Five­Step Process, describe how you will collaborate with others to teach this material in a way that meets Richard’s instructional needs.

 3.  Describe the roles of the TVI and O&M specialist. How are their roles similar? How are they different?

 4.  Name four elements that the general education teacher should consider when engaging in collaboration.

 5.  Imagine that you are a general education math teacher. One of your students, Rosa, has   a visual disability. Although she has mastered all the math concepts presented this year, she is having difficulty learning fractions. You believe that Rosa has the ability to master the concept but that you need to present it in a different manner. What would you do to help Rosa? Whose assistance would you seek?

Team Management 6

Human interactions at work are changing all the time. The introduction and adoption of new technology has resulted in tremendous disruption of all aspects of our society especially in the workplace.  Events such as natural disasters and political upheaval are also a source of disruption. The events of the Covid-19 pandemic and related economic impact are prime examples of these changes.

It is important for managers and leaders to keep abreast of current events, the real and potential disruptors of tomorrow. This assignment is intended to help the student engage actively with a wide variety of information sources and bring focus of the topics covered in class to bear on real world events.

Please submit 1 article per week from a legitimate news outlet, industry periodical, academic journal….

Conference Interpreting

Interpret and record yourself for the following :



Reflect on your interpretation. 

 (500 words max.)

1. Summarize challenges you encountered while interpreting and explain how you addressed them.

2. What do you need to work on to improve your interpretation in the future?

3. What are the most difficult-to-remember terminologies and the most difficult words to pronounce?

1. Read the instructions carefully.

2. Fill your personal information.

3. Use the link above to interpret and record your interpreting.

4. Use this document to write your essay. 

5. Do not submit your interpreting. ONLY submit the essay using this document.

Education Of Economic

Problem Set 4-Chapter 8 & 9

1) Use schooling data to answer the following questions (see also below for data


a) Run a regression of math test scores on student’s gender, family size, class size, teacher’s gender and

fraction of LEP (limited English proficiency) students in the school. Interpret the coefficient estimates.

b) Based on your findings from part (a), what would be the optimal education policy to improve student

test score outcomes.

Gender (Dummy): 1 for female student 2 for male student

family size (continuous): family size of the student

test (continuous): test scores-outcome variable

classsize (continuous): class size

teacher gender (dummy): 1 for female teacher 2 for female teacher

lep (continuous): fraction of students in the school who are limited English proficiency.