2. Endeavor to respond to the difficulties of at least two (2) of your colleagues – (no more than 3-4 sentences)
Colleague 1 – (two to three sentences per response)
A. If inflation goes up every year, why has the minimum wage stayed the same for over a decade?
B. How does cyclical unemployment impact inflation?
Colleague 2 – (two to three sentences per response)
A. How are there negative consequences of a low unemployment rate?
B. How does long-term unemployment affect reemployment wages?
3. find and post any relevant videos or links to online resources related to (Inflation and Unemployment) that might help the class understand and appreciate the concepts being discussed better. (this should be links to video accessible by public) also provide a brief 1-2 sentences explanation of each link provided (minimum 2 links)
Macroeconomics is much more than just what is read in a
Macroeconomics is much more than just what is read in a textbook. It is what happens every day, the sum total of everything, that affects the well-being of all, and of everyone throughout the country and the world.
Choose any podcast related to macroeconomics, then choose a specific current episode of that podcast. Your reference will be the name of, and link to, your chosen podcast.
As you listen to your chosen podcast, pay particular attention to any discussion relating to the interactions between aggregate demand and aggregate supply. After listening to the podcast, answer the following questions:
What important new things did you learn?
How did this new knowledge relate to macroeconomic measures of how aggregate demand and aggregate supply interact, that is being explored in this unit, and how does it impact the entire economy?
What action, if any, do you think the government, or society, should take as a result of what you have learned?
Examples of acceptable economic oriented podcasts include:
NPR’s Marketplace series (some daily and some weekly);
NPR’s Planet Money;
Weekly Economics Podcast;
Bloomberg’s Stephanomics; and,
The New Foundation’s Weekly Economics, to name just a few.
If you are unfamiliar with podcasts, search for economic podcasts, using any of the above options, or just search for economics podcasts. It is also acceptable to use TED talks that center on economic issues.
Please remember that, in the Discussion, it is important that you add your personal comments, in addition to summarizing the podcast you chose. It is not enough to say what you heard. You must also say why you think it is important[supanova_question]
(1) Based on the Stage 1 of your literature review, you
Economics Assignment Help (1) Based on the Stage 1 of your literature review, you need to
narrow down your broad research question to some specific one(s).
Please make sure that you specify clearly in your document ”what
is/are your particular research question(s)?”.
(2) According to your research question, search and download the
sample data for your empirical analysis. Provide a rationale why you
want to use such sample data in your research project.
(3) According to your research question, propose or construct the
model(s) for your empirical analysis. Provide a detailed descriiption
of the model. More importantly, provide a rationale why the model
is suitable in terms of your research question.
(4) At this stage, I do not put any restrictions on the page limits
and format. In other words, I care more about the contents instead
of “whether it is single-spaced or double-spaced”.[supanova_question]
a) What is Correlation and Regression? b) What is the meaning
a) What is Correlation and Regression?
b) What is the meaning of the term “Correlation” and its types with example
c) What is the meaning of the term “Regression” with example
d) And what is the difference between Correlation and Regression?[supanova_question]