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Why is understanding linear functions important in helping you run a successful business?

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this paper mainly concentrate on the topic:"why China maintain their economic growth during the world wide financial crisis in 2008 and need to include scholarly references preferably journal articles or books, need to cite the sources consistently and construct bibliographies on all the references, use Times  New  Roman,  use  a  12pt  font. double spacing. I will upload a paper proposal and you can see what's my point is and start from there

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Part 1: Produce a table to illustrate the differences between zero-based budgeting (ZBB), planning-programming budgeting systems (PPBS), and site-based budgeting. Include in your discussion pros and cons of each of the three methods, as well as circumstances in which each method would be most appropriate.

Part 2: Differentiate the budgeting process for a state-supported institution compared to a charter school or non-profit organization.

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Identify a project or organization (e.g. school, charter school, NGO, non-profit organization etc.), and develop a presentation addressed to a Board of Trustees or Board of Education using the following questions:

What is the mission of the organization/project?
How is it financed?
How are its financial impact and social impact measured and demonstrated? What specific measurements are used? (NOTE: the inclusion of graphs, tables, and data is encouraged).
What are the organization’s successes and limitations/weaknesses?
What recommendations might you make?
Use technology such as video, screen casting, or PowerPoint for developing your presentation.

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Examine the Wilmar Schools documents in your readings, and answer the following questions:

Looking at the audit report, what were the total assets and total liabilities in 2012?
How would you describe the enrollment trends for Willmar between 2008 and 2012? What might be some of the reasons for this trend? (Hint: See audited financial statements.)
Looking at the figures for 2012, what is the breakdown in revenue source contributions from state, local property taxes, federal, and other?
Looking at expenditures for 2012, what percentage was allocated to salaries and benefits?
As noted in the audited financial statements, the District of Willmar has three kinds of funds – governmental, proprietary, and fiduciary. What are these three types, and how do they differ?
Looking at the General Fund, list the sources of income and the sources of expenditure.


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The topic for the paper is The Human Development Index (HDI). Important subtopics to consider are: 

•    What does the Human Development Index (HDI) measure? 
•    History of the Human Development Index 
•    What is meant by the term human development? 
•    How is the Human Development Index calculated (traditionally and new changes)?
(Write formulas as part of explanation)
•    How is HDI different from GDP per capita? 
•    What are some weaknesses of HDI? 
•    Any other information you find interesting and relevant as you conduct your own research. (Ex. Canada’ s rank, why it has changed over time etc.)

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Microeconomics is the branch of economics that analyzes the decisions that individuals consumers, firms and industries make as they operate in a market economy. The final project is a culmination of the microeconomic theory discussed within the semester reported (not including title page, table of contents, or bibliography) research paper. Choose a topic that applies the theories discussed in class to business, industry, government, or community.  Points to remember:
•    Utilize viable sources for research (about 6) and include bibliography.
•    Find a person, company, or industry that has applied the microeconomic theory effectively or ineffectively and assess the pros/cons.
•    The paper should be broken down into: discussion of the base theory or theories, discussion of the individual, company, or industry, and the melding of theory and application.
•    Include a title page, introduction, and conclusion. Also, discuss how the research possibly (hopefully) expanded your knowledge base on the theory (s).
•    Focus on business STRATEGY.

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Write a research paper on the Impact of Financialisation on Management and Employment Outcomes

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instructions: 1. explain main points of article 
2. explain how it relates to your life (personal connection)
- couple of sentences each in the paragraphs.


LAS VEGAS may be synonymous with gambling, but the industry’s biggest expo is actually held in London, and wraps up today. Exhibitors in over 3,000 stands advertise the latest products designed to part punters from their cash, ranging from gaming apps to slot machines and virtual-reality games. As in other businesses, firms that were quick to embrace new technology have reaped rewards: online gaming is the industry’s fastest-growing sector, and accounted for 11% of the $385bn of gambling profits posted in 2016. But unlike companies that sell less controversial services, courting government regulators appears to be just as important as luring bettors for the bottom line.

To the general public, Australia hardly leaps to mind as a gambling hotbed. Yet industry insiders know it is far and away their most lucrative market: according to H2 Gambling Capital (H2G), a consultancy, betting losses per resident adult there amounted to $990 last year. That is 40% higher than Singapore, the runner-up, and around double the average in other Western countries. The most popular form of gaming in Australia is on ubiquitous electronic poker machines, or “pokies”, which are more prevalent there than anywhere else. Although the devices are legal in many other markets, bet sizes are usually capped at modest levels. By contrast, in Australia, which began to deregulate the industry in the 1980s, punters can lose as much as $1,150 an hour.

Despite Australia’s profitability, the high level of existing gambling penetration and relatively small population of 23m make it a relatively mature market without much room for expansion. The biggest prize by far is the United States, where bettors’ total losses reached $117bn last year. The untapped potential is enormous: Americans wagered $150bn illegally on sports alone last year, by one estimate. However, the country’s Puritan tendencies have kept the industry’s growth in check, and spending per person has remained static for a decade. Online gaming, which accounts for a third of spending in some countries, is legal in just three states after a federal clampdown in 2011, while sports betting is fully legal in just one. As a result, Ireland and Finland, which have opened up online markets, recently overtook America in spending per person. Singapore also keeps a tight lid on the range of legal betting options, and has seen industry revenues fall off as a result.


A different type of regulation has curbed gaming in China. Just three years ago, H2G expected China (including Macau and Hong Kong) to surpass America as the world’s biggest market in 2020. But in 2013 the government announced a crackdown on corruption, which prevented Chinese government officials from entertaining in the casinos of Macau. The industry’s profits in China promptly fell by 20%, and have barely recovered. That precipitous decline caused overall global winnings to drop in 2015—the first dip since 2003, when H2G’s data begin.

In contrast, gaming firms may be set to hit the jackpot in Japan. Although the country is still the world’s third-largest gambling market, annual revenues have been declining steadily since 2003 amid tight regulation. Ingenious firms have come up with work-arounds to remain within the law: pachinko, a popular game akin to pinball, avoids being classified as gambling by giving “special prizes”, which can be traded for cash at kiosks separate from the pachinko parlours. Such subterfuge may no longer be necessary, thanks to a law passed in December that will permit casinos for the first time. Foreign operators are expected to line up to build them. H2G estimates that they could swell winnings by 50% in the first year of opening. That is good news for the industry, if not for Japanese punters’ wallets.


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For this assignment, choose and research two (2) tourism destinations in the United States.  These can be large (ex. Las Vegas, NV) or small (ex. Bozeman, MT).

It is important to choose one location that appears to you on the surface to be a destination that strongly embraces sustainable tourism principles, and then another one that does not.

Using what you have learned in the class thus far and supplemented with research, examine these two destinations in depth and gauge their implementation of environmental, cultural and economic principles of sustainable tourism.  In-person interviews, cited properly, with tourism directors at the locality can count towards your sources.  Please contact me if you need advice in how to approach them.

Final analysis should include any revelations of how the destinations operate and do or do not apply principles of sustainability in their efforts.  Remember, focus on the principles of sustainability instead of the term "sustainable tourism." 

Sources/references and formatting requirements will be strictly graded.

Minimum seven (7) sources required.  A maximum of two (2) sources can be the tourism office/chamber/city etc. website representing each location.  Scholarly (textbooks or peer reviewed articles) strongly suggested.

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Place insights and information from the current news that relates to the macroeconomy and concepts we are learning in class.

To receive participation points, you must complete part A and B:

Part A-Create an Initial Thread:
1.  Post a summary of an original current news article from the RCC Library that relates to our class.  There must be clear connections made to class material.  Your discussion should be several paragraphs in length.  If someone else has already posted this topic, you will not earn credit for your post.  (You should create a new thread, using a unique topic.)
2.  Make sure to attach the article to your post.  Do not include the link directly from the library database (if it has 'eproxy' or 'ebsco' in the link, this will not work).  Instead, download the article from the RCC library database and save it to your desktop or flash drive.  After posting your initial thread, attach the article using the paper clip icon.

Part B-Reply to a Classmate (you need to complete 1, 2, OR 3 for this section):
1.  Post a summary of an article that relates to another article that was already posted, to further the discussion.  (Simply reply to the original post.)  You will need to download the article from the RCC library database and save it to your desktop or flash drive.  After posting your comment/reply, attach the article using the paper clip icon.
2.  Add a discussion from your textbook with the appropriate vocabulary that relates to another article that was already posted by a classmate or Dr. C.  (Simply reply to the initial post.).  In this case, there must be citations from the text including the page numbers used.
3.  Make a relevant connection to your personal life related to another article that was already posted by a classmate or Dr. C.  I expect a meaningful connection to the course material as well as appropriate economic language.  When using the key terms, you must cite the page numbers from the textbook.  (If you do so, simply reply to the initial post.)


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1. Discuss why the concept of laissez-faire economic development failed? 

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Unemployment data is extremely interesting when broken down by race, gender, geographic area, or other defining characteristics because it tells a very different story than the simple national average data. For instance, when we consider unemployment rates by race from 1978-2006.

UE rates for blacks is higher than whites persistently over time  

(This data can easily be accessed from the bureau of labor statistics at

1.  In a paragraph, explain what conclusions can be drawn from the time series data shown above?  (Explain what the data is showing.)

2.  According to your textbook, the data provided in the unemployment lecture video, and the attached document  below, explain these unemployment rate discrepancies? (Make sure to cite the textbook and its page numbers)

UE Rate by Race supporting document.docx 

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