Throughout the summer there were several important current events being covered. The one that I found most intriguing was the Trayvon Martin case. The fatal shooting of Trayvon took place on the night of February 26th 2012. There are always two sides to each story, however this shooting was in my eyes one sided. It was just flat out wrong. On the night of February 26th George Zimmerman gunned down a seventeen-year-old African American high school student, Trayvon Martin. George Zimmerman a 28-year-old Hispanic male was the neighborhood watch coordinator for a gated community where Trayvon was temporarily staying and where the shooting took place. Prior to the shooting of Trayvon, within the time period from January 1st to February 26th, there were 402 phone calls made to the police from people staying in the Twin Lakes gated community. In the year prior to Trayvon’s death there was an accumulation of eight burglaries, nine thefts, and one shooting. Thus causing an outbreak of fear within the Twin Lakes gated community. During the six months leading up to the shooting, Zimmerman called the non-emergency police line seven times. On five of those occasions Zimmerman reported suspicious looking men in the area, but never once gave the dispatcher the race of the suspicious men before being asked. The evening of January 26th , Zimmerman observed Martin as he returned to the Twin Lakes community returning from a nearby convenience store. He called in what he considered to be a suspicious person in the Twin Lakes community. After Zimmerman ended the phone call a violent encounter took place between Martin and Zimmerman that tragically ended in Zimmerman gunning down Martin. Unfortunately, Trayvon’s death in my eyes was just another example of racial profiling that goes on in our country. Going back a couple hundreds years, our country thought of different colored skinned people to be “animals”, however, everyone is created equal, the color of your skin does not determine what kind of person you are. This was not the case during the days of slavery. We looked down on others and used force to have them as our servants. Many people believe that over the years things have changed and gotten better, but that is just not the case. People still look down on the black community and think we are “better” than they are. Additionally, some believe that inner city residents of Hispanic communities are subjected to racial profiling because of theories such as “gang suppression model”. The “gang suppression
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Jane wants to set up a photo shop. The cost to rent is $150 per week. The variable cost of making one photo is $20 and she can sell it for $50.
1. Jane has to sell ______ photos per week to break even
2. If Jane sells 10 units ,her profits…
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For the model , where is real interest rate, is GDP, and is consumption, state your hypothesis regarding the signs and magnitudes (if applicable) of the coefficients based on what the economic theory suggests.
The Economic theory suggest that when the real interest rate increases, people save more and consume less. Therefore, we would expect a negative coefficient on the real interest rate. The theory does not suggest anything about the magnitude of…
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were drastic changes in Eastern Europe and previous Soviet Union. The economic system of many countries began to transfer from centrally planned economies to market economies. Those countries were called "Transition Countries" and 1990-2002 was a critical transition period.
Among the transition countries, the Central and Eastern European countries (CEE) and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) were very different in economic development. The five representative CEE countries were Czech Republic…
from the Economic Report of the President, 2013. This project is an attempt to understand and replicate Professor Miller’s paper: (Are savings and Investment Co-integrated? Economics Letters 27 (1988): 31-34). Professor Miller is our former chair; his office is BEH 503). Plot each series and interpret your findings. Estimate the double logged (Ln) model: Ln(invt) = β0 + β1 Ln (sav) + εt a. Interpret the coefficient estimates. b. Test for first order serial correlation using Durbin-Watson test. c. Would…
assumptions need to be made when undertaking an impairment test, and what effect would theses have for evaluating the performance of BHP and its competitors?
* The process of impairment test should be begun early. It is not an exercise or process that can be left to the last minute. Goodwill does not have to be tested for impairment at the end of the year. It can be tested earlier. But if any impairment indicator arises between the date of the test and the balance sheet date, the impairment assessment…
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Several public school districts have attempted to increase teacher productivity by paying teachers based on the scores their students achieve on standardized tests (administered by outside testing agencies). The goal is to achieve higher quality-classroom instruction. Do you think this type of compensation scheme will produce the desired outcome? Explain your economic reasoning as it applies to both a public district and a private (for profit) school…
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This paper explores and examines the factors that influence the cash rate in Australia from 2001-2011 through the testing of various different models. Numerous factors play a detrimental role in determining its significance of how the cash rate profoundly affects the economic growth in Australia. For this reason, it is essential that a comprehensive understanding of significant variables that affect the cash rate is achieved, thus carefully investigating…
Grade 1 | Course Duration | 48 hours |
Code | UY122 | Credits | 3 | Category | Economics |
Objective & Overview of the Course | This course sets the foundation of learners’ understanding of the principles of macroeconomics, and the role that it plays in economic life as a whole. As such, it describes the vital concepts of macroeconomics. Specifically, the course aims to introduce the learner to basic economic concepts, such as National Income, Cost of Living (inflation), Production (growth)…