Please read these instructions carefully and follow them closely. Your assignment will be assessed based on how well you adhere to the instructions.
This assignment (consists of three inter-related questions regarding an industry) is designed to get you to look deeper into the world of economics. It forces you to dive deeper into the information and gives you an opportunity to better understand the concepts that you are learning and apply them to a realistic topic.
Global COVID 19 Vaccines Market
Your task involves writing a report on “the Global COVID-19 Vaccines Market” focusing on the problems given below. This assessment will require you to use a suitable market structure, and concepts of externalities and public goods.
What are the main characteristics of the Global COVID-19 Vaccines Market? Briefly analyse them using a suitable market framework. (500 words)
Briefly explain the nature of externalities of COVID 19 vaccines and the way in which externalities can be internalised. You are required to use a suitable model for this task. (500 words)
Why some advocates make a case for COVID-19 vaccines to be considered as global public goods? (500 words)
Please make sure you apply theoretical frameworks/economics concepts/definitions you have learnt in this course. You are free to use any number of references.
The length of your assignment is maximum 1,500 words in total (+/-10%) excluding references.
Please use 12-point font Times New Roman, 1.5-spaced, 2 cm margins. Use APA citation style.
If you are placing in diagrams/graphs/figures in your word document, then you must take responsibility for its formatting. You must ensure that it appears in the right orientation (i.e. no graphs should appear sideways, or upside-down), and it is also your responsibility to ensure it is large enough to be read without the marker having to edit your document to make it bigger. Marks will be deducted for failure to adhere to these instructions.
Your assignment is worth 30 marks (30%).
Penalties for plagiarism (copying from others or from other sources including the internet) can be very severe. Griffith has very advanced software to identify plagiarism. We encourage you to DISCUSS your ideas with fellow students, but COPYING will not be tolerated.
Marking criteria rubric will be available.
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7303AFE: Assignment 2- Marking Rubric Criteria Excellent 100-85% Very Good 85-75% Good
7303AFE: Assignment 2- Marking Rubric
Demonstrated understanding of key economic concepts related to market structures and market failures – 12 marks
Always presents key concepts accurately, convincingly and comprehensively demonstrating in depth knowledge.
Frequently presents key concepts accurately, convincingly and comprehensively.
Mostly presents key concepts accurately, convincingly and comprehensively.
Presents key concepts somewhat accurately, convincingly and comprehensively
Does not present accurately nor convincingly, demonstrating lack of depth knowledge.
Demonstrated ability to apply the above key economic concepts to the problem at hand – 12 marks
Appropriate concepts, models or theories are clearly applied to the problem/question.
Appropriate concepts, models or theories included and reasonably clearly applied to the problem/question.
Some concepts, models or theories included but not clearly applied to the problem/question
Some concepts, models or theories included but not appropriately applied to the problem/question.
Missing key concepts, models or theories and little attempt to apply to the problem/question.
Clarity of exposition – 6 marks
Inconsequential spelling and/or grammatical errors. Clarity of exposition is outstanding and very professional.
A few spelling and/or grammatical errors. Clarity of exposition is very good and professional.
Spelling and/or grammatical errors throughout, however these do not affect readability. Clarity of exposition is good but could be improved.
Many spelling and/or grammatical errors throughout that affect readability. Clarity of exposition is poor and needs substantial improvement
Frequent and significant spelling and/or grammatical errors throughout – assignment is unreadable. Clarity of exposition is very poor.
Social Studies Unit Plan
Social studies units provide educators the opportunity to utilize a variety of engaging activities and instructional strategies that help students relate social studies concepts to the real world and prior knowledge. South Carolina Kindergarten Social Studies Standards: https://ed.sc.gov/scdoe/assets/file/agency/ccr/Sta…
For this assignment, use the “3 Day Unit Plan Template” to outline a social studies unit plan based on one or more state social studies standards currently being taught in your field experience class. Your unit plan should include developmentally appropriate, engaging instruction and activities based on social studies content standards and should provide students with opportunities for active inquiry, collaboration, and supportive interaction. You may refer to the tools and resources identified in Topic 1 and the “Assessment Tools Chart” in Topic 3. You will be developing full lesson plans based on your unit plan in Topics 5 and 7.
Below the template, write a 250-500 word rationale justifying your choice of instructional strategies and how each provides young students with opportunities for active inquiry, collaboration, and supportive interaction.
APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.
This assignment uses a rubric. Review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
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How can you apply concepts and ideas from psychoanalytic theory to help you make sense of Margaret and Ms. A? Consider how Freud would view their personalities, their mental health problems, their relationships, etc. Consider these hints:
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2. What evidence do you see of defense mechanisms they are using?
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In 2018 Elon Musk agreed to pay a $20 million dollar fine
In 2018 Elon Musk agreed to pay a $20 million dollar fine and step down as chairman of Tesla. He did so without admitting or denying the allegations against him. The SEC complaint was based on a tweet by Musk. I’ve included one video regarding this but there are many other news stories online regarding this case that you may want to view.
https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=Securities+law&&view=detail&mid=6B42C40FFECAA0DB0B556B42C40FFECAA0DB0B55&&FORM=VRDGAR (Links to an external site.)
Do you believe Musk’s tweet violated SEC law? If so, do you believe the punishment was appropriate? Do you believe violations of SEC law should involve possible jail time? If you believe he didn’t violate SEC law explain why? What would he have had to have done to violate SEC law?
Your reply (225 words)
Please post at least one short comment agreeing or disagreeing with regard to one of your classmate posts and why
Classmate 1 : Since Musk tweeted about a potential transaction that he knew was uncertain and lacked of adequate basis in fact as it has not been discussed with advisors and lawyers yet, he has violated SEC’s 10b-5 rule which is intended to protect investors from misstatement of material facts. This materially false statement has harmed Tesla investors as market reacted and stock price surged more than 10% after the tweet went out.
On the company’s end, Tesla has failed to have required disclosure control, which should have been in place to determine that Musk’s tweets are complete, accurate, and contained material information before releasing it. This costed the company a $20 million penalty in addition to Elon Musk’s $20 million penalty.
I believe the $20 million fine and Elon Musk stepping down from his position as a chairman in Tesla is appropriate because this way it will prevent such occurrences from happening in the future and individuals can be more careful in what they disclose to the public if the information they want to share can potentially be misleading, incomplete, or even false. I think it is fair that both Musk and Tesla had to pay a penalty because both of them has violated SEC’s law.
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Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing
7010MAA Flight Dynamics Coursework 2
Flight Dynamics Modelling & Simulation
Sept / Jan
Coursework No. / Title
RESIT coursework CW2 – Performance and Handling Qualities Assessment of a Given Aircraft
Hand out date:
23 May 2021
Dr Rashid Ali will be first point of contact for student queries about this CW
5th July 2021
Estimated Time (hrs)
Word Limit* 3000 words
% of Module Mark
CAPPED AT 40%
Submission online via Aula: Please upload your submission onto Aula by 18:00 on the due date. Late submission will incur a mark of zero.
File types and method of recording: MS Word file + Matlab Scripts (zipped)
Mark and Feedback method (e.g. in lecture, written via Gradebook): Aula
Referencing Style : https://apastyle.apa.org/products/publication-manual-7th-edition
Module Learning Outcomes Assessed:
Understand in depth and in a systematic way, the theory associated with advanced flight dynamic and flight simulation principles.
Apply advanced modelling, flight test and simulation methods/techniques to the analysis of the flight dynamics of an aircraft.
Analyse and evaluate complex modelling, flight test and/or flight simulation data and critically appraise the capabilities of each method.
Create an original technical report independently to acceptable industry & academic standards.
Task and Mark distribution:
Understanding of the underlying theory of Flight Dynamics and dynamical modelling, including a transfer function approach to formulate the Longitudinal and lateral/directional modes of the Aircraft.
Understanding and applying Matlab skills to analyse Longitudinal and Lateral Dynamic Modes of Aircraft
Results Analysis (35%)
Analysing and evaluating results and drawing practical conclusions
The assignment tasks and report structure are detailed in the next page.
Individual Assignment Task
Introduction to Assessment
This assessment is designed to extend participants’ previously acquired knowledge of flight dynamics through work in class and coursework 1. Base data for the aircraft in Assessment CW1 may be used, except for any speeds and height data, that will be used in this assessment. Participants will further develop their knowledge and understanding of advanced methods of computer modelling, simulation and flight testing and apply knowledge and skills in a selected flight dynamics topic in order to assess the performance and handling qualities of a fixed wing aircraft and compare model vs experimental data.
This is an individual assessment for a given aircraft. Each student will analyse BOTH of the following modes/conditions for the given aircraft:
Longitudinal and Lateral/Directional Stability (SPPO, Spiral, Dutch Roll, Roll subsidence Mode), including the transfer function descriptions of the modes, any approximations used. See report structure for more detail.
For ALL topics, each student is required to:-
Demonstrate an understanding of the relevant theory
Reflect the Data Pertiment to Cessna52 in the appropriate data file, Incorporate CessnaLonSC.m and CessnaLATSC.m script files into one file. Predict the Longitudinal and Lateral Behaviour, and comment on the Dynamics.
Analyse given flight test data provided in the file FlightTestDataSummary.xls using Excel/Matlab, and obtain the damping, frequency and Time Constants associated with lateral modes (ONLY).
Compare theoretical predictions of the Lateral modes and compare them with experimental (flight test) trends/results for the Lateral Dynamics. For the Longitudinal Dynamics Predict the Theoretical Short Period and Phugoid Characteristics and comment on the suitability/accuracy of the numbers, and the handling qualities.
The MATLAB Code for Cessna182 Lateral and Longitudinal Dynamics is Provided. Alter the Appropriate Constants to reflect the Geometry and Aerodynamic Characteristics of Cessna 152, and obtain the Analytical Responses, as well as the State Space Models/transfer functions, Eigenvalues, in order to assess the performance and handling qualities.
The assessment of this assignment is based upon a written technical report that outlines the findings of the performance and handling qualities assessment, including critical discussion.
The technical report should include clearly defined in text citations and references and be clearly numbered. Matlab scripts in text format should be annotated clearly and included in the report Appendix. Flight Test results should be presented in graphical form using Matlab.
The submission via AULA/Turnitin should be in two parts:-
Part 1 – Technical Report plus Appendices (submit in MS Word format) Submitted to Resit Report Link ion Aula
Part 2 – Matlab script(s), submit as zipped ‘M-files’ Submitted to Resit Matlab Link on Aula
Report Content & Format
The report should contain the following sections and include detail as specified:-
Cover Page/Title/Topic/Student Name/SID
Summary of findings Addressing the Why? How? And What the Findings were.
Contents (including list of figures & tables)
A full list of acronyms, definitions and variables including units of measure where applicable
Background and Literature Review
Aims & objectives
Underlying theory of the Longitudinal and lateral/directional modes including:
The state space representation of Longitudional and lateral dynamics, using Stability Derivatives, use Matlab Script Provided.
The transfer function representations of the SPPO, Phugoid, roll subsidence, spiral and dutch roll modes (reduced order modes/Approximations), with Rational for simplification
The links between aerodynamic parameters and mode characteristics
Analysis of Flight Test Data (using Matlab)
Execute the MATLAB script and obtain the Mode characteristics for the Longitudinal and Lateral Modes. Analyse the flight test data in FlightTestDataSummary.xls and extract the mode characteristics for the Lateral Dynamics, and compare them with the predicted characteristics using MATLAB script, for Longitudinal Dynamics using the predictions comment on the handling qualities.
Comparison of Results
Compare theory and flight test data for the three lateral modes. The lateral modes will be analysed using a transfer function approach.
Discussion of Results
Discuss the results obtained for lateral dynamics (transfer function approach) and for stall characteristics.
Explain what the results mean in practical terms
Explain how results compare to relevant certification specifications
Are the Longitudinal Characteristics (Theoretical) acceptable for a training aircraft like a 152.
Conclusion & Recommendations
Conclude based upon your discussion of results
Make any relevant recommendations
Matlab scripts (or Simulink models if preferred) in txt format with adequate comments.
Other supporting data/detail as required to aid readability of the report
Employability Skills Covered:
Checked that it meets the programme specification mapping documents: Y/N
For group work, individual grades will be determined as follows (tick)- Not applicable
Academic Conduct Guide for Students
You are expected to use the https://apastyle.apa.org/products/publication-manual-7th-edition. referencing standard. For support and advice on this students can contact Centre for Academic Writing (CAW).
Please notify your Registry Course Support Team and module leader for disability support.
Any student requiring an extension or deferral should follow the University process as outlined here.
The University cannot take responsibility for any coursework lost or corrupted on disks, laptops or personal computer. Students should therefore regularly back-up any work and are advised to save it on the University system.
If there are technical or performance issues that prevent students submitting coursework through the online coursework submission system on the day of a coursework deadline, an appropriate extension to the coursework submission deadline will be agreed. This extension will normally be 24 hours or the next working day if the deadline falls on a Friday or over the weekend period. This will be communicated via your Module Leader.
Assignments that are more than 10% over the word limit will result in a deduction of 10% of the mark i.e. a mark of 60% will lead to a reduction of 6% to 54%. The word limit includes in-text citations but excludes references/appendices.
You are encouraged to check the originality of your work by using the draft Turnitin links on your AULA Webpage.
Collusion between students (where sections of your work are similar to work submitted by other students in this or previous module cohorts) is taken extremely seriously and will be reported to the academic conduct panel. This applies to both coursework and exam answers.
A marked difference between your writing style, knowledge and skill level demonstrated in class discussion, any test conditions and that demonstrated in a coursework assignment may result in you having to undertake a Viva Voce in order to prove the coursework assignment is entirely your own work.
If you make use of the services of a proof reader in your work you must keep your original version and make it available as a demonstration of your written efforts.
You must not submit work for assessment that you have already submitted (partially or in full), either for your current course or for another qualification of this university, unless this is specifically provided for in your assignment brief or specific course or module information. Where earlier work by you is citable, i.e. it has already been published/submitted, you must reference it clearly. Identical pieces of work submitted concurrently will also be considered self-plagiarism.
Mark allocation guidelines
Work mainly incomplete and /or weaknesses in most areas
Most elements completed; weaknesses outweigh strengths
Most elements are strong, minor weaknesses
Strengths in all elements
Most work exceeds the standard expected
All work substantially exceeds the standard expected
Individual feedback on AULA
A breakdown of the marking scheme for the assignment is given in the table below. It should be remembered that this coursework builds upon skills acquired in Coursework 1 (feed-forward). Therefore, justifying your analysis in Coursework 2 and supporting it with theory and analysis is critical, rather than just simply stating facts. Coursework 2 marking will be based upon the correctness and completeness with which the report is prepared.
Understanding of the underlying theory of Flight Dynamics
Understanding and applying Matlab skills for analysis
Analysing and evaluating results and drawing practical conclusions
Comprehensive understanding of theory and appropriate referencing to relevant texts
Complete and comprehensive understanding and application of Matlab skills. Well-structured and documented Matlab M-file that correctly applies theory and produces correct results.
Comprehensive analysis of results relating to theory and real-world application/scenarios. Correct conclusions drawn from results.
Good understanding of theory and appropriate referencing to relevant texts
Largely complete with good understanding and application of Matlab skills. Structured and documented Matlab M-file that applies theory and produces results.
Largely complete analysis of results relating to theory and real-world application/scenarios. Conclusions drawn from results mostly correct and relevant.
Limited but acceptable understanding of theory and appropriate referencing to relevant texts
In-complete with some lack of understanding and application of Matlab skills. Structure or documentation may be lacking. Matlab M-file may not correctly apply theory or produces correct results.
Shortcomings in analysis of results relating to theory and real-world application/scenarios. Conclusions drawn from results may be wrong.
Weak understanding of theory and appropriate referencing to relevant texts
Not complete. Significant lack of understanding and application of Matlab skills. Poorly structured and documented Matlab M-file may not correctly apply theory and/or produce correct results.
Weak analysis of results relating to theory and real-world application/scenarios. In correct conclusions drawn from results.
No understanding of theory and appropriate referencing to relevant texts
Missing or no demonstrated understanding and application of Matlab skills. No structured and/or documentation. Produces incorrect results.
Very weak or missing analysis of results relating to theory and real-world application/scenarios. Conclusions drawn from results are incorrect or missing
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