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  1. ECO 205 Uop Tutorial Course For More Course Tutorials Visit www.uoptutorial.com

  2. ECO 205 Uop Tutorial Course ECO 205 ENTIRE COURSE ECO 205 Week 1 CheckPoint Principles of Economics • ECO 205 Week 1 CheckPoint Principles of Economics • ECO 205 Week 1 DQ 1 and DQ 2 • ECO 205 Week 2 CheckPoint Industry Research Part I • ECO 205 Week 2 Assignment Supply and Demand (appendix C) • ECO 205 Week 3 CheckPoint Industry Research Part II (appendix B) • ECO 205 Week 3 DQ 1 and DQ 2 • ECO 205 Week 4 CheckPoint International Trade Debate Part I • ECO 205 Week 4 CheckPoint International Trade Debate Part II • 1.CheckPoint: Principles of Economics • Due Date: Day 6 (Individual forum) • CompleteQuestion 16 under Problems and Applications in Ch. 1 of Principles of Economics. • Findthree current articles about the economy on http://www.economist.com or any business news website.

  3. ECO 205 Uop Tutorial Course ECO 205 Week 1 DQ 1 and DQ 2 ECO 205 Week 2 Assignment Supply and Demand (appendix C) • Discussion Question 1 • Due Date: Day 2 (Main forum) • Post your response to the following: The principles of economics influence your decision-making, interaction with others, and the economy as a whole. Provide one example of how you are personally affected by each of the three areas. Are you affected positively or negatively? Explain your reasoning. How do budget constraints and personal preferences affect your choices as a consumer? • Assignment: Supply and Demand • Due Date: Day 7 (Individual forum) • Visitthe Interactive Activity: Supply and Demand Web site available on Week Two of your student Web site. • Read the material posted about supply and demand. Explore the concepts of supply and demand by using the interactive features on the graphs. Use the questions following the diagrams to guide your exploration.

  4. ECO 205 Uop Tutorial Course ECO 205 Week 2 CheckPoint Industry Research Part I ECO 205 Week 3 CheckPoint Industry Research Part II (appendix B) • .CheckPoint: Industry Research Part I • Due Date: Day 4 (Individual forum) • You will demonstrate information literacy through preparing and gathering information for the activity due this week. There will be four Industry Research Checkpoints that will build toward your Final Project. You will be using the same industry for each one. • CheckPoint: Industry Research Part II • Due Date: Day 6 (Individual forum) • Locate and summarize two sources to help you answer the following questions about the industry you chose.

  5. ECO 205 Uop Tutorial Course ECO 205 Week 3 DQ 1 and DQ 2 ECO 205 Week 4 Assignment Taxation • Discussion Question 1 • Due Date: Day 2 (Main forum) • Post your response to the following: There are four different types of business organizations: monopolies, oligopolies, monopolistic competition, and competitive firms. Describe each type of firm and give an example of each. How would you classify the electric power industry in your area? Explain your reasoning. • Assignment: Taxation • Due Date: Day 7 (Individual Forum) • Choose a good (product) that is taxed. For example, you could look at the taxation of alcohol. • Locate at least two articles that discuss the local, state, or federal taxation of a good.

  6. ECO 205 Uop Tutorial Course ECO 205 Week 4 CheckPoint International Trade Debate Part II ECO 205 Week 4 CheckPoint International Trade Debate Part I • CheckPoint: International Trade Debate Part II • Due Date: Day 6 [Individual] forum • Debate a classmate’s position to Part 1 of the CheckPoint. Your instructor will post a classmate’s response in your Individual forum on Day 4. • Write a 200- to 300-word essay arguing the opposite position of your classmate. Use suggestions from Part I to guide your responses. • Post II as a Microsoft© Word attachment. • CheckPoint: International Trade Debate Part I • Due Date: Day 3 [Individual] forum • Write a 200- to 300-word essay in APA format arguing for or against unrestricted international trade. Some possible platforms on which to write are comparative advantage, gains from trade, World Trade Organization, and trade restrictions. Support your position with three specific reasons.

  7. ECO 205 Uop Tutorial Course ECO 205 Week 5 CheckPointLabor Market Scenario ECO 205 week 5 DQ 1 and DQ 2 • CheckPoint: Labor Market Scenario • Due Date: Day 6 • Write a scenario that would cause a shift in labor supply and demand. The following areas have had high job growth rates and may be used for your scenario: transportation, insurance, technology, and health care industries. You can either make up a scenario or use real data and information. • Discussion Question 1 • Due Date: Day 2 • Post a response to the following: Because of recent terrorist threats and attacks, there has been an increase in the demand for security personnel—police, air marshals, airport security, and so forth. How do you think the higher demand has affected the equilibrium wage? In which direction do you think the labor supply and demand shifted? Explain your reasoning.

  8. ECO 205 Uop Tutorial Course ECO 205 Week 6 Assignment Labor Market Research ECO 205 Week 6 CheckPoint Industry Research Part III • Assignment: Labor Market Research • Due Date: Day 7 (Individual forum) • The first chapter of Principles of Economics discussed the 10 principles of economics. Two principles that help explain how wages are determined in a market economy are #1, People Face Tradeoffs, and #7, Governments Can Sometimes Improve Market Outcomes (Mankiw, 2004). Consider these principles when completing your assignment. Think of how they apply to the labor market for nurses. • CheckPoint: Industry Research Part III • Due Date: Day 4 (Individual Forum) • Research wage inequality and see if it is present in your chosen industry. • Locate two sources to help you answer the following questions about the industry you chose.

  9. ECO 205 Uop Tutorial Course ECO 205 Week 7 CheckPoint Calculation of the Consumer Price Index (appendix D) ECO 205 week 7 DQ 1 and DQ 2 • CheckPoint: Calculation of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) • Due Date: Day 6 (Individual forum) • The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a measure of the overall cost of the goods and services bought by a typical consumer. Each month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics follows five steps to calculate Consumer Price Index. Complete the following questions: • Discussion Question (Main forum) • Due Date: Day 2 • Post a response to the following: The Gross Domestic Product is a very important measure of how well the economy is doing. How is the GDP calculated? What are the three ways in measuring GDP? Define final good and intermediate good and give an example of each.

  10. ECO 205 Uop Tutorial Course ECO 205 Week 8 CheckPoint Industry Research Part IV (appendix B) ECO 205 Week 8 Federal Reserve, Banking, and Inflation • CheckPoint: Industry Research Part IV • Due Date: Day 4 (Individual forum) • Research monetary and fiscal policies that have affected your chosen industry. • Locate two sources and summarize the articles to help you answer the following questions about the industry you chose: • Assignment: Federal Reserve, Banking, and Inflation • Due Date: Day 7 (Individual forum) • Resources: Ch. 29 & 30 of Principles of Economics, “Fed Official Expects Growth,” and “Are Inflation Expectations Rising from the Ashes?”

  11. ECO 205 Uop Tutorial Course ECO 205 Week 9 capstone DQ ECO 205 Week 9 Final Project Industry Research Completion • Capstone Discussion Question • Due Date: Day 3 (Main forum) Minimum of 200 words • What are the most important concepts you have learned in this course? How can you apply them to your life? What difference can these concepts or tools make in your everyday life? • Equity versus Growth: • For a developing country to grow, it needs capital. The major source of capital in most countries is domestic saving, but the goal of stimulating domestic saving usually is in conflict with government policies aimed at reducing inequality in the distribution of income. Comment on this trade-off between equity and growth. How would you go about resolving the issue if you were the president of a small, poor country?

  12. ECO 205 Uop Tutorial Course ECO 204 Week 5 Final Paper • Focus of the Final Paper • Review the following information pertaining to the potato chip industry and answer the questions below in a five to six double spaced page paper (not including title and reference pages). • In 2007, the potato chip industry in the Northwest was competitively structured and in long-run competitive equilibrium; firms were earning a normal rate of return and were competing in a monopolistically competitive market structure. In 2008, two smart lawyers quietly bought up all the firms and began operations as a monopoly called “Wonks.”

  13. ECO 205 Uop Tutorial Course For More Course Tutorials Visit www.uoptutorial.com