Two Macro Economics questions

Question 1: Consider the GDP data from 2006 through 2020. Using bullet points, list and explain macroeconomic observations from the data. Use sound economic logic to explain how the data relate to relevant economic concepts.
Question 2: John Maynard Keynes was a British economist who wrote extensively during the Great Depression. Watch the economics USA video (https://www.learner.org/series/economics-ua-21st-c… ) about the Great Depression and John Maynard Keynes. Using bullet points, list 15 or 20 economic observations from the content and data discussed in the video. Explain in detail the economic contributions of John Maynard Keynes and how Keynesian economics changed macroeconomic thinking and government policy.

Supply and Demand Discussion Question

Please complete the assignment below. Please use in text citation and include a reference list. I have included some previous assignments containing the product or service that is needed to complete the assignment. Also, I have included the lecture that is required for the last question.
Using the product or service that you have selected for your assignments, read and reply to each of the prompts below:
Would you classify your product or service as inferior, normal, or luxury?
What are its substitutes and complements, if any?
In what ways does your product or service provide utility to your customers?
Name one strong utility feature and one weak utility feature of the product or service.
As described in the lecture, discuss one factor that has shifted demand OR supply of your product or service within the last year.

Design an experimental treatment or set of treatments

Billie the Experimenter wants to test whether greater financial incentives make people work harder. To do this, Billie created an experiment where subjects solve a series of logic questions. Sixty subjects were given 15 minutes to complete 20 questions and the experimental sessions lasted approximately 40 minutes. Subjects also received a $6.00 show-up payment. There are two treatments. In Treatment #1, a subject is paid $1.00 for each correct answer. In Treatment #2, a subject is paid $5.00 for each correct answer. Billie then compared performance in Treatment #1 to performance in Treatment #2. Overall, Billie finds that performance in Treatment #2 is better than performance in Treatment #1 (i.e. the number of correctly solved problems was higher in Treatment #2). Billie concludes that large financial incentives lead people to work harder, thereby improving their performance.
Based on this information,
1) Describe ONE alternative explanation for Billie’s empirical result observed above. Clearly state any assumptions you make in your answer about the design, procedure, or subject pool.
2) Design an experimental treatment or set of treatments that would allow you to clarify the results between Billie’s explanation of “working harder” and your alternative explanation, please include an experimental design table (not included in word count)

listen to the podcast 21 min “The Future of Work” by The Economist , and finish 3 question

Your assignment submission should be at least 250 and no more than 500 words in length. It should contain proper grammar, be free of spelling errors, show economic research, and reflect critical thinking.Money Talks: The future of work
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/money-talks-…
1. What are the major labor trends observed as a consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic that are discussed in the podcast?
2. What are the effects in the U.S. (or global) economy of the new labor trends? Please conduct your own research to back your thoughts with current economic data.
3. Do you think that this new labor trends will last? If so, which ones do you think will do?

ECON-315- Money

Consider the following shocks to the bond market: (A) an increase in perceived risk, and (B) an increase in the government deficit. Explain how the above shocks to the bond market affect the money market. Show your findings graphically, making sure that all is labeled correctly.

Answer homework question

Answer all the questions, and show all of your reasoning, work, steps, methodologies, tables, and graphs used to obtain your solutions. Failure to do so may result in the question being marked incorrect. Remember that your answers must be handwritten and not typed.

assinment

Please write the search in Arabic
.Using Word Office Microsoft in the answer
– writing in Arabic language
Arial font type
Font size 14.
Please start answering any question in the homework by writing the question number, then the branch number, and then writing the answer.
Avoid plagiarism.
✓ Count Word Requirement: The number of words in your answer must not exceed the upper limit
Required.
✓ References References: Harvard . must be used for indexing
style referencing in the event of using external sources such as books, the Internet, or others.
Support your answer by using at least two reference sources.
✓ Presentation and Format: In your answer, you must explain
Each question is answered and you have to use the headings to divide and arrange the different sections of your answer.Please use a fluent Arabic language free of spelling and grammatical errors and poor, unclear sentences

Homework HHI

Find the HHI.
There are thirty-four firms in a market. Four firms have 10 percent each and thirty firms have 2 percent each.
Find the HHI
For the HHI in part a, assume equivalence and find the number of firms that can exist in the market and have the same HHI you found in part a? In other words, find the numbers equivalent of firms with HHI from part A.
Assuming equivalence, calculate each firms market share.
Assuming equivalence, calculate the HHI.
You own goods X and Y. You are considering increasing price of good Y.
Qx = 98 -10Px 4Py
Px = 5
Py = 3
What is the relationship between good X and good Y? Briefly explain how you can tell.
Should you increase the price of good Y? Briefly explain.
(Counts as 2 questions) You own goods A and B. You are considering increasing price of good A by 10%. Here is the information you have
Pa = 20
Qa = 1000
For each $1 increase in Pa, Qa will decrease by 100.
Pb = 12
Qb = 750
For each $1 increase in Pa, Qb will increase by 100.
(The point of this exercise is to have you do everything the long way then use the delta r formula so you can see the difference)
What is the change of revenue for A after the price changes?
What is the change or revenue for B after the price changes?
What is change in total revenue for both goods after price changes?
What is the own price elasticity for good A?
What is the cross price elasticity of A and B?
Calculate the change of revenue using the formula provided in class.
Explain why the two methods have different answers.
Which method do you prefer- Hand calculating all the changes and then calculating change of TR or delta r formula to calculate the change of revenue? Briefly explain.

econ development notes

here is a study guide with a bunch of questions the professor gave us i need you to answer every question in order to do this you must read all chapters of the textbook and also here the audios in all files as you must do this to be able to answer the questions that i have attached below

do a Country Report addressing a development issue in Pakistan

Students will do a Country Report addressing a development issue. Due on November 4th. Should
have at least four parts: 1. Historical background, descriptive economic statistics and trends. 2. Description of human development index, population growth, education, health, poverty and inequality. 3. Focus on a development relevant issue: health, microfinance, foreign aid, inequality, education, corruption, access to land, etc. Should include a literature review on the topic. 4. Discussion of possible intervention policy. Students should discuss a possible intervention describing how it would address the problem in consideration. It should also describe how the effectiveness of the intervention should be measured. Requirements: minimum of 8 pages double space. At least five references from peer reviewed journals, NGOs, think tanks, and well recognized institutions. You can use additional references. Cannot use any of the case studies discussed in class.