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  • Does the introduction of technology reduce the differences between the "haves" and the "have-nots," or does it increase the gap? Do you see this within your own community? Globally?

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  • Does the Managerial Solution change if the entry of the generic causes a parallel shift to the left of the patent monopoly’s linear demand curve?

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  • Domestic investors sometimes miss out on better investment opportunities available to global investors. At the same time, global investors face special risks. Discuss some of the special risks faced by global investors.

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  • Dorothy Gale, a quality-control supervisor for Wizard Products, Inc., is concerned about unit labor cost increases for the assembly of electrical snap-action switches. Costs have increased from $80 to $100 per unit over the previous three years. Gale thinks that importing switches from foreign suppliers at a cost of $115.90 per unit may

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  • Dozens of Internet web sites offer quality auto parts for the replacement market. Their appeal is obvious. Price-conscious shoppers can often obtain up to 80% discounts from the prices charged by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) for such standard items as wiper blades, air filters, oil filters, and so on. With a large selection

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  • Dr. Isobel Stevens is supervising physician at the Westbury HMO, a New York City-based medical facility serving the poor and indigent. Stevens is evaluating the cost effectiveness of a preventive maintenance program, and believes that monthly downtime on the packaging line caused by equipment breakdown is related to the hours spent each

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  • Dr. John Dorian, chief of staff at the Northern Medical Center, has asked you to propose an appropriate markup pricing policy for various medical procedures performed in the hospital’s emergency room. To help in this regard, you consult a trade industry publication that provides data about the price elasticity of demand for medical proc

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  • Dr. Leona Williams, a well-known plastic surgeon, has a reputation for being one of the best surgeons for reconstructive nose surgery. Dr. Williams enjoys a rather substantial degree of market power in this market. She has estimated demand for her work to be Q = 480 − 0.2Pwhere Q is the number of nose operations performed monthly and P

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  • Draw a circular-flow diagram. Identify the parts of the model that correspond to the flow of goods and services and the flow of dollars for each of the following activities.a. Selena pays a storekeeper $1 for a quart of milk.b. Stuart earns $4.50 per hour working at a fast-food restaurant.c. Shanna spends $30 to get a haircut.d. Sally ear

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  • Draw a demand curve for a firm with market power. Portray the situation where the firm is earning economic profits. Now illustrate what occurs as entry occurs and rivals begin competing with that firm.

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