BUSINESS HIGH SCHOOL

Proponents of corporate social responsibility (csr) strongly believe in benevolence; however, they still want their businesses to be profitable. in the long run, they believe ______________.

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Answer 1
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however, they still want their businesses to be profitable. In the long run, they believe "CSR can lead to even more profits".


It is generally held that corporate social responsibility (CSR) could build organization benefits and accordingly most substantial organizations are effectively occupied with it. Most officials trust that CSR can enhance benefits. They comprehend that CSR can advance regard for their organization in the commercial center which can result in higher deals, upgrade worker faithfulness and pull in better faculty to the firm. Likewise, CSR exercises concentrating on supportability issues may bring down expenses and enhance efficiencies too.  


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COLLEGE

Which one of the following statements about the ACA is correct? A. Each state is responsible for carrying out the ACA mandates.
B. The ACA is only one piece of legislation.
C. The ACA aims to protect health insurance companies as service providers.
D. The ACA reduced Medicaid coverage.

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Answer:

The answer is (D) The ACA reduced Medicaid coverage.

Explanation:

The ACA is an acronym for Affordable Care Act – a healthcare system regulation put into effect by Obama in 2010. Many changes occur under this regulation for Americans, however the correct one is the option stated in (C). Option (A) is incorrect since ACA is a federal law – and thus, the execution of this regulation falls under the responsibilities of the central government. Option (B) is incorrect, since the ACA has multiple provisions that are introduced one by one – not just one piece of legislation. Option (C) is also incorrect since the law is perceived as weakening the health insurance industry due to the expansion of healthcare coverage provided by the government.  

HIGH SCHOOL

The herfindahl-hirschman index is the ________ of the percentage market share of each firm summed over the largest 50 firms in a market.

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The herfindahl-hirschman index is the measure of the percentage market share of each firm summed over the largest 50 firms in a market.
HHI is the measure of market concentration. It is the commonly accepted measure. if Herfindahl-Hirschman index is low and its four firm concentration ratio is low then the market is considered competitive.

HIGH SCHOOL

As a manager of a retail-clothing store, Lance favors detailed job descriptions, formal rules and regulations, detailed records, and standardized procedures. He also believes that staffing and promotion decisions should be based strictly on the qualifications of the people under consideration. Lance's attitudes suggest that he is strongly influenced by the ideas of:____________

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Answer:

Lance’s attitudes are strongly influenced by the ideas of Bureaucratic theory

Explanation:

Bureaucratic theory was coined by Max Weber. Lance’s attitudes in this case relate to the various rules of a bureaucracy such as division of labor, formal selection procedure, and impersonality.  

Concerning the formal selection procedure, staffing should be done on the basis of the most qualified and competent people in order to fulfill organizational goals.  

Under the division of labor rule, employees’ there is clear definition of responsibility and authority of each employee.  

Under the formal rules and procedures, bureaucracy requires managers to depend on these formal organizational rules when engaging employees.    

Finally, impersonality rule requires rules and procedures to be applied to everyone uniformly.  

COLLEGE

Suppose that when the price of good X falls from $10 to $8, the quantity demanded of good Y rises from 20 units to 25 units. Using the midpoint method, the cross-price elasticity of demand is ________.

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Answer:

the cross-price elasticity of demand is -1.0, and X and Y are complements

Explanation:

given data

price of good X falls = $10 to $8

quantity demanded of good Y rises = 20 units to 25 units

solution

we know that Cross Elasticity = [ (q2-q1) ÷ ( (q2+q1) ÷2) ] ÷ [ (p2-p1) ÷ ( (p2+p1) ÷ 2 ) ]     ........................1

here q1 is = 20 and p1 is 10 and q2 is 25 and p2 is 8

so put here value we get

Cross Elasticity  =    

Cross Elasticity  =  -1  

so here Elasticity is negative

answer is  the cross-price elasticity of demand is -1.0, and X and Y are complements

HIGH SCHOOL

The world price of grapefruits is above the price that currently prevails in Cuba in the absence of trade. Assuming that Cuba is a small economy compared to the rest of the world, what happens if Cuba decides to open up trade with the world grapefruit market? The price of domestic Cuban grapefruit for consumers will:________.A) Decrease.B) Increase.C) Not Change. Cuban exports of grapefruits will:________.A) Decrease.B) Increase.C) Not Change.Lastly, consumer surplus in cuba will:________.A) Decrease.B) Increase.C) Not Change.While producer surplus in cuba will:________.A) Decrease.B) Increase.C) Not Change.

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Answer:

The price of domestic Cuban grapefruit for consumers will increase,option B

Cuban exports of grapefruits will increase,option B

Consumer surplus in Cuba will decrease,option A

Producer surplus in Cuba will increase.option B

Explanation:

Opening up the economy paves way for producers of grapefruit to sell their output in the international market due to the incentive provided by higher international price,hence there would less to sell in the home front,thereby pushing up domestic price.

Of course,producers in Cuba would  prefer export to selling locally, as a result Cuban exports of grapefruits will increase.

Consumer would reduce because of increase in price as the surplus is the difference between local price and higher international price and conversely producer surplus increases

COLLEGE

Assume that the expectations theory holds and that liquidity and maturity risk premiums are zero. The annual rate of interest on a two-year Treasury bond is 10.5 percent and the rate on a one-year Treasury bond is 12 percent. What is the expected one-year interest rate during the second year?

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Answer:

We expect for the secodn year interest rate to be 13.52%

Explanation:

The two years bond rate will be the result of the current one-year and the subsequent year expected rate

Therefore:

r y2 = 0,13520  

COLLEGE

Janice Cullen, owner of a nationally renowned photography business, files a registration statement and prospectus with the SEC. Five days after she files the registration statement, she has a meeting with her top 10 clients (primarily business owners who usually seek Janice for marketing purposes). During this meeting, Janice distributes a red-herring prospectus. At the end of the meeting, Janice decides to sell securities to her 10 clients, as well as 30 other clients with whom she had been emailing, despite the SEC?s not having yet declared her registration statement effective. Consequently, the SEC takes Janice to court for selling securities before the effective date of registration.The court holds Janice liable for violating the 1933 Securities Act.But what if the facts of the case were different? Select each set of facts below that could change the outcome of the case.A. Janice?s photography business was a registered non-profit, and focused on teaching art and photography in public schools. Her top 10 clients were owners of local charities.B. Janice published a tombstone advertisement before meeting with her top 10 clients. They saw this advertisement and were eager to engage in business with Janice.C. The 40 clients who bought the securities from Janice were accredited investors.D. Janice sold the securities to the 40 clients 25 days after she filed her registration statement.Ps. There might be more than one answer - choose all that apply

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Answer: (A) and (D)

Explanation:

(A)

Since it is a nationally renowned photography business, it has been running for sometime. Most likely hence, it has been operating as a registered nonprofit organization and the top 10 clients were owners of local charities

(D)

Janice sold the securities to the 40 clients 25 days after filing her registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The question says she "decided" to sell those securities on the 5th day after filing her registration statement. It didn't say she sold it on that day.

So, if we sold the securities 25 days after, her court case would be different.

COLLEGE

Owner made no investments in the business, and no dividends were paid during the year. Owner made no investments in the business, but dividends were $850 cash per month. No dividends were paid during the year, but the owner did invest an additional $45,000 cash in exchange for common stock. Dividends were $850 cash per month, and the owner invested an additional $35,000 cash in exchange for common stock. Determine net income or net loss for the business during the year for each of the above separate cases: (Decreases in equity should be indicated with a minus sign.)

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A corporation had the following assets and liabilities at the beginning and end of this year.

                                                     Assets             Liabilities

Beginning of the year             $ 76,500             $ 32,796

End of the year                           132,000               53,460

    Details                                                a           b        c       d

1 Beginning of the year Equity    43,704      43,704    43,704     43,704

2 Owner's investment (+)                 -         -           45,000      35,000

3 Dividends (-)                                 -          10,200        -     10,200

4 Net income / loss (+)               34836     45,036     -10164       10,036

5 End of the year Equity          78540      78540      78540      78540

Explanation:

Equity = Assets - Liability

Beginning of the year = 76500 - 32796 = $43,704

End of the year = 132000 - 53460 = 78540

Net income = End of year equity -  (Beginning of the year Equity + Owner's Investment - Dividends)

a) Net income = 5 -  (1 + 2 - 3)

                   = 78540 - (43704  + 0 - 0)

                   = 34,836

b) Dividend of 850 per month = 850 * 12 = 10,200

Net income = 5 -  (1 + 2 - 3)

                   = 78540 - (43704  + 0 - 10200)

                   = 45,036

c) Net Income = 5 -  (1 + 2 - 3)

                       = 78540 - (43704  + 45000 - 0)

                       = -10,164

d) Dividend of 850 per month = 850 * 12 = 10,200

Net Income = 5 -  (1 + 2 - 3)

                     = 78540 - (43704  + 35000 - 10200)

                       = 10,036

Owner's investment increases equity

Dividends reduce equity

Net Income increases equity

HIGH SCHOOL

In a buying center, gatekeepers are the people who:

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control the flow of information to others They keep undesirable movement from coming through or going out as the case maybe .In conventional organisations, It's the individual in charge of shielding a chief from being troubled by what she considers to be superfluous and vexatious guests and guests. Watchmen and sales representatives are regularly at chances, in light of two very extraordinary objectives.
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