Trade Theory – Ricardo’s theory of comparative advantage, use appropriate models and diagrams examples

Trade Theory – Ricardo’s theory of comparative advantage, use appropriate models and diagrams examples

 

Trade Theory – Ricardo’s theory of comparative advantage, use appropriate models and diagrams examples

Structure of the essay:

Introduction – Define the terms and concepts that will be addressed. In the introduction, you need to introduce the Ricarian view of trade simply, which includes two-way trade are good for the both and the comparative

Body – Main theories, concepts and issues with a discussion of how these relate to the case study. You need to introduce the theory into details, and give the example to explain the two-way trade how to let the two way get benefits from the trade. You also need to give diagrams for comparative advantages. In this part, you need to use Ricardo’s theory to compare with the previous some economic theory, tell us why Ricardo’s theory is more reasonable than the other theory.

Conclusion – Draw together the arguments with particular care that these are substantiated and supported. You need to conclude the Ricardo’s theory how to overthrow the previous theory, and what is the new point that Ricardo’s theory put forward, which is good for the two-way trade.

 

You must always give reasons for your argument.

Do not simply describe – if you are asked to “compare & contrast one situation with another”, you must also analyse what the  likely impact will be of the difference that you have noted on the situation that you examining – for example, what advantages or disadvantages arise from the differences? We expect final year students to demonstrate their ability to critically evaluate – this means that you do not simply describe, but you show that you can think, you either use theory to explain something about the real world, or you say how the experience of the real world impacts on the theory.

When asked to apply a model, make sure that you apply it as fully as possible – do not simply put the theory from the text book, but demonstrate that you understand the full implications of it for the organization or situation that you are considering

 

How are marks awarded?

70%+ all elements of the models, concepts are covered – there are no significant areas of confusion or omission – the issues addressed have been professionally applied to the case study and there is clear evidence that the candidate’s reading goes beyond the basics of the text book and that he/she can link together concepts and issues across the syllabus. The essay has been written using appropriate and accurate English all arguments have been supported and the essay has been answered in a logical and well structured way. Candidates will be expected to quote sources for their models and show higher learning skills – analysis, evaluation and synthesis.

60%- 69% As above, but there may be some areas minor areas of confusion, inconsistency, or frailty of argument. Some issues may have only been marginally addressed leading to some omissions that undermine the discussion put forward.

 

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Develop and implement strategies that establish constructive interpersonal and group relationships that build high-performing and loyal individuals and teams

 

Note: This is a Business Organizational Leadership class.

You will present an analysis of the group process in which you participated for Part 1 of the Final Project.

By completing the individual analysis of the group process (your group), students will meet the requirements of outcomes 1 and 2:

  • develop and implement strategies that establish constructive interpersonal and group relationships that build high-performing and loyal individuals and teams
  • evaluate the culture and policies of an organization to recommend and implement improvements that support its vision, success, and sustainability

Required Elements to include in the Individual Analysis of Group Process:

  • You are required to show your knowledge of group processes, leadership issues, and concepts relative to groups;
  • Identify what you have learned from the experience;
  • Explain what you might do differently to improve group performance. Areas to comment on can include the dimensions of leadership, followership, taking initiative, teamwork, communication, quality and quantity of work submitted, and meeting deadlines by individual members of your team.

Required Formatting of Paper:

  • This report should be double spaced, 12-point font, and three to four pages in length excluding the title page and reference page;
  • Title page with your name, the course name, the date, and instructor’s name;
  • Include references;
  • Writing should be clear and concise;
  • Use APA formatting for in-text citations and reference page.  You are expected to paraphrase and not use quotes. Deductions will be taken when quotes are used and found to be unnecessary;
  • Use outside credible sources.  No wiki references;
  • Submit the paper in the Assignment Folder.

 

 

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Personal statement for master in Marketing

Research Degree applicants: Please provide a brief outline of your proposed research topic or interests.  For specific guidelines relating to your chosen subject area, please visit the relevant School/Department web site.

By preference please supply your personal statement by writing or pasting it into the text field below.
Alternatively you may construct your personal statement as a pure text document by using a plain text editor, such as Notepad and upload it using the file upload screen.  You must not use a word processor, such as Word (even if you then rename the file extension to .TXT). If you do so, or if you include any control or special characters in your document, then we will be unable to process your application.

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Discussing how different movies or films tie in with the first amendment

Discussing how different movies or films tie in with the first amendment

Paper instructions:

No introduction or conclusion needed. Just need documented information using the 4 sources I provide. Or provide more sources if you know of others.
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In Cold Blood: The First Non-Fiction Novel

In Cold Blood: The First Non-Fiction Novel

aper instructions:

Research Paper about How Truman Capote influenced the literary world by writing ,In Cold Blood, the first non fiction novel. Must have quotes from literar critism and such.
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Select ONE Country Besides USA And Canada. Select 3 Films Written/directed And Produced In That Country — You Can Choose 3 Films By One Director (his/her Last 3 Films) Or 3 Films Directed By 3 Different Directors.

Select ONE Country Besides USA And Canada. Select 3 Films Written/directed And Produced In That Country — You Can Choose 3 Films By One Director (his/her Last 3 Films) Or 3 Films Directed By 3 Different Directors.

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Identify and describe the use of internal and external, primary and secondary, formal and informal information

Select an organisation of your choice and answer the following questions:

Portfolio worksheet 1

 

1a. Identify and describe the use of internal and external, primary and secondary, formal and informal information.

1b. How does your chosen organisation benefit in good decision making with the help of right information? Could you give an example.

1c. Could you make any recommendations for improvement?

 

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Drama

Assignment: Subject: Drama

Due Date: March 8

Choose ONE of the following options (Option 1, Option 2, or Option 3). Your essay should be typed,

double-spaced, and from 500 to 600 words long using 12 point font (Times or Times New Roman).

Develop a thesis concerning Option 1, 2, or 3 and support your thesis with specific reasons, examples, and

explanations. If you use another source of information besides the material we have read in class, you must

indicate the name and source of the information. You must use quotation marks when quoting another

source of information, but I discourage you from using too much quoted information. This essay should

mostly reflect your ideas and your writing. As with essays #1 and #2, put two documents in our shared

dropbox, labeled accurately: one being the draft and one being the revision. For example:

[your name_Essay3_draft]

and [your name_Essay3_revision]

Make sure both documents, draft and revision, have your name and Section # in the header of the text.

I encourage you to use the Writing Center tutors or to work with another student doing peer reviews so that

you can have another person read your draft before you revise it.

Option 1: Irony in Pygmalion, OR Trifles OR Sure Thing

Irony may occur or be expressed in several ways. Verbal irony refers to what someone says: in this case

someone says one thing but means or intends to suggest the opposite. For example, when it is cold and

miserable outside, someone says “What a nice day.” Situational irony refers to actions or events that have

a result or outcome that is opposite of what was intended or expected. For example, a young man brings

bright red roses to a girl on the very day that her beloved dog has just died. Dramatic irony refers to the

difference between what an audience (or reader) knows and what a character in the fiction (drama, novel,

short story, or poem) knows. In other words, the audience knows a character is doing the wrong thing

because the audience knows more about the situation than what the character knows.

For this essay, write an essay in which you discuss irony in one of the plays we have read. Make sure you

support your assertions about what is ironic with specific references to the text, either to dialogue or stage

directions.

Option 2: Character Analysis in Pygmalion and “The Waltz” and “Hills Like White Elephants”

How are the women in these three stories—Eliza in Pygmalion, the woman in “The Waltz,” and

Jig in “Hills”—alike? How are they different? In particular, you should describe how they relate to the men

in these stories.

Option 3: Theme in Pygmalion

George Bernard Shaw takes the myth of Pygmalion and Galatea and gives it a modern context. In

the myth, Pygmalion, the sculptor, creates a work or art—his stone sculpture of Galatea—so beautiful that

he prays that she become a real woman that he can marry. In Shaw’s Pygmalion, Shaw gives us Professor

Higgins, who on a bet claims he can turn Eliza from a common, uneducated flower girl into a woman who

could pass as a duchess, merely by teaching her proper speech and manners. Has Higgens succeeded? Is

Eliza the same person beneath her now proper speech and manners, or has she been transformed into a new

person altogether? In discussing this issue, you should discuss issues of social mobility and social

determinism. You should also draw parallels with stories we have read that also feature issues of social

class, such as “Sunday in the Park, “On the Road,” “Gaston,” or “Romero’s Shirt.”

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Business and Management

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS (BCS 300)
INFORMATION SYSTEMS RESEARCH PROJECT
Purpose
This project will tie together each of the aspects developed in the course this semester.
Scenario: You have been given the assignment to research an information system and report back to your manager regarding its possibility for adoption. Analyze the system from this perspective.#

This end-of-term report will be presented to the class. This report will cover one type of information system that is covered this semester. Each of your classmates will report on a different brand name system currently used in business today. You will have the opportunity to learn about many systems in use today and to gain some insight into the system that they have researched.
Here are some pages in our text that may be helpful:
Type of Information System    Function of Systems/Text Pages
Sales and Marketing    See Page 42-43
Transaction Processing Systems    See Pages 47-48, 72
Executive Support Systems    See Pages 54, 273-278, 297
Enterprise Systems    See Pages 59-61
Supply Chain Management Systems    See Pages 54-55, 72, 277-279, 292, 297
Customer Relationship Management    See Pages 55, 72, 85, 126, 230, 285, 297
Knowledge Management Systems    See Page 55, 72, 347, 363-367
Project Due Date and Requirements
•    Projects must be word processed.
•    Begin with a cover page that includes the title of your paper, your name, and the date of the report.
•    Use a side heading for each section of the report. This helps me to identify that you have reported on all required topics.
•    Include a minimum of 10 resources that provided you with information about this system. Resources may consist of personal interviews, system documentation, newspaper, magazine, or journal articles, websites, etc. Personal interviews as a resource must include the person’s name, title, company, and date of interview.

•    Documentation supporting your analysis must be cited. Author/date format with a literature cited (bibliography) page is required.
•    Spelling and grammar should be thoroughly checked before submitting your work. Significant points are deducted for spelling/keyboarding and grammatical errors.
•    Reports must be double spaced using a 12-point font and 1″ (inch) side margins.
•    Reports should be a minimum of 5 pages in length NOT including the bibliography pages or appendices.
•    Excel spreadsheets, graphics, and other pictorial presentations will increase the value of your report and are strongly recommended.
•    Do not be tempted to copy and paste information directly from Websites. Doing this without providing proper citation is considered plagiarism and is grounds for receiving a 0 for the assignment and/or being reported for academic misconduct. See Computer Systems Department Academic Integrity Guidelines.
You must submit to me the name of the system that you will be researching (See Course Outline for Date).
Creating a Rating Scale
To create a rating scale for the technology you are researching, begin by determining some number of categories by which you will rate this system. Some example categories are: (1) ease of use, (2) available training, (3) cost effectiveness, (4) availability of customer service, etc. You can add additional categories based on your individual system.
Once you have the categories, score the system based upon your research. Scores should total 100. You may also use weightings if certain categories weight more or less in our scoring model. You should be able to justify your ratings.

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Sartre and Camus, individual identity

Paper instructions:

Existentialism.Sartre and Camus on the achievement of an individual identity within a social or cultural group or background. Books included and cited: No Exit, The Plague, Nausea.
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