Bentley Industrial Services Management

Bentley Industrial Services Management wants to acquire Lerner Industrial Services Management Corporation. Lerner is willing to be acquired at a minimum price of $125 million and nothing less. However, two of Bentley’s major shareholders are not in favor of this acquisition. Lerner had no scientific basis for asking for a minimum of $125 million. Industry… Continue reading Bentley Industrial Services Management

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Government’s concern with the financial status

Dear Consultant, The Minister for Mines in Western Australia, the Honourable Bill Johnston, has requested a concise briefing due to this government’s concern with the financial status of the lithium industry, and the pollution the industry creates. The Minister has seen the recent news coverage listed here: • Crunch time for lithium sector, The Australian… Continue reading Government’s concern with the financial status

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Ethnography of the Familiar or Unfamiliar Thesis

Ethnography of the Familiar…or the Unfamiliar  30% This assignment requires students to conduct a “mini-ethnography” over a period of a day or several days. Like all ethnographies, you should follow ethical guidelines (e.g., “do no harm” and “obtain informed consent”) employ participant observation, interviews, and a variety of other ethnographic methods while writing up extensive field notes and… Continue reading Ethnography of the Familiar or Unfamiliar Thesis

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Exchange rate policy changing over time

How has exchange rate policy changed over time?  In your answer, please emphasize the difference between the gold standard, fixed exchange rates, and floating exchange rates.  Also, in your answer, tell us a little bit about the “Bretton Woods Conference.”  What were some of its policies in regards to exchange rates?  How have they changed… Continue reading Exchange rate policy changing over time

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Epicurus On Nature Term Writing

In a 750-1000 word essay, please respond to the following: Analyze and explain Epicurus’ famous proclamation: “Thanks be to blessed Nature because she has made what is necessary easy to supply, and what is not easy unnecessary…The right understanding of these facts enables us to refer all choice and avoidance to the health of the… Continue reading Epicurus On Nature Term Writing

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Information Technology (IT) Promotes Policies

Here are the research paper requirements: Must: 2 peer reviewed resources (articles or papers) Paper MUST address: How Information Technology (IT) promotes getting people who are affected by policies involved in the policy-making process. Cite specific examples. Cited sources must directly support your paper (i.e. not incidental references) At least 500 words in length (but… Continue reading Information Technology (IT) Promotes Policies

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Economy Opportunity Cost And Advantage

Here are some hypothetical numbers used to illustrate the ideas of trade-offs, specialization, and comparative advantage. Assume Sri Lanka, using all her resources efficiently, can produce either 1,000 bags of rice OR 3,000 bags of tea. Let’s also assume that, using all her resources efficiently, Kenya can produce either 1,000 bags of rice OR 1,000… Continue reading Economy Opportunity Cost And Advantage

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Final Internship Report Term Paper

I already got the paper, for the same company, same internship, same topic, shorter in length: 5 Pages.   V. OUTLINE OF PROPOSED PAPER One format for the final paper is suggested here, though other formats will be considered and must receive approval from the supervising professor. Fill in as many details as possible before… Continue reading Final Internship Report Term Paper

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Firms enter a monopolist’s market

1) When a second firm enters a monopolist’s market, the initial demand curve facing the monopolist will:   2) Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a monopolistically competitive market?   3) Suppose you operate in a monopolistically competitive market. If you sell your good at a price of $10 and your average… Continue reading Firms enter a monopolist’s market

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