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  • Paper discussing the impacts of macro-economic factors on Airline industry of UK with special emphasis on Virgin Atlantic Airways
  • Part A 3
    Virgin Atlantic Airways – Macroeconomic Factors 3
    Introduction 3
    Virgin Atlantic Airways 3
    PESTEL of UK Airline Industry and the influence on Virgin Atlantic Airways 4
    Political 4
    Econo...More

    Part A 3
    Virgin Atlantic Airways – Macroeconomic Factors 3
    Introduction 3
    Virgin Atlantic Airways 3
    PESTEL of UK Airline Industry and the influence on Virgin Atlantic Airways 4
    Political 4
    Economical 5
    Social 6
    Technological 7
    Environmental 8
    Legal 9
    Conclusion & Recommendations 9
    Part B 10
    Virgin Atlantic Airways – Marketing Mix 10
    Introduction 10
    Traditional 4 P Model and Virgin Atlantic Airways 11
    Product 11
    Price 12
    Place 12
    Promotion 13
    Expanded Marketing Mix of 7Ps 13
    People 14
    Physical Evidence 15
    Process 15
    Recommendations and Conclusion 16
    References 17
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  • Paper on the Change process in Developed and Developing nations due to globalization
  • – We call today’s economy as buoyant economy. It is growing, it’s changing, it’s shifting pace, and it’s changing gears and running fast. All these we can attributed about today’s global economy. Like...More

    – We call today’s economy as buoyant economy. It is growing, it’s changing, it’s shifting pace, and it’s changing gears and running fast. All these we can attributed about today’s global economy. Like the normal phenomena, it also learns from small mistakes here and there, however the science of economics would have to do its stable job and that is what we see today everywhere across the world. The growing per capita income, the increasing purchasing power of consumers, along with the rise in the real economy and pricing leading to havoc shift or change in economic health and condition of every possible country, state or province today are all part of this significant change.

    Essentially, we divide economies of nations in two broad categories – Developing and Developed. An economy with a high GDP, per capita income and people’s purchasing index is very high is called Developed, whereas, just the opposite for the Developing economy. Leaving these two broad categories behind, there is one or two significant number of poor nations, who even struggle to get the basic living requirement. But how does and why exactly economies grow and how they link each other is a science and economics is a science of logic than too much arithmetic (Edwards, 1988).
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  • Paper on the policy of France on Multilateral International Pollution control and Supply of Oil to the world
  • This paper provides answer to the below question with respect to FRANCE –
    What is the given state’s policy on multilateral international pollution control, specifically in the area of sea pollution ...More

    This paper provides answer to the below question with respect to FRANCE –
    What is the given state’s policy on multilateral international pollution control, specifically in the area of sea pollution and radioactive materials? What traditional strategies would the state adopt in the event of a crisis? What is the state’s domestic population’s likely reaction to a pollution disaster? How dependent is the state on nearby fishing stocks and other economic uses of the oceans more generally? How dependent is the state on nuclear generators for its supply of energy?

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    What is the given state’s policy on ensuring the continued supply of oil to the world? How far is it likely to go to ensure this access and what multilateral approaches would it undertake to supplement other approaches to such a blockage? Where does the state traditionally obtain its oil supplies, what short‐ term alternatives exist, and how self‐sufficient is the state? Is the state likely to gain or lose in the event of a sudden shortage in the supply of oil, and is it a member of OPEC?
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  • Power Point Presentation on 'Construction Industry in UK 2011'
  • CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IN UK 2011
    MODE OF RECOVERY & MARKET STRUCTURE
    Characteristics of Perfect Competition in Construction Industry
    Desirability of Perfect Competition in UK’s Construction Indust...More

    CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IN UK 2011
    MODE OF RECOVERY & MARKET STRUCTURE
    Characteristics of Perfect Competition in Construction Industry
    Desirability of Perfect Competition in UK’s Construction Industry
    Limitations of Perfect Competition Market Mechanism
    Characteristics of Monopolistic Market Behavior
    HYPOTHETICAL CASE OF MONOPOLISTIC MARKET BEHAVIOR IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
    Characteristics of Oligopoly
    Oligopoly Market Structure in UK Construction Industry
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  • Power point presentation on Contruction Industry in UK
  • • CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IN UK 2011
    • MODE OF RECOVERY & MARKET STRUCTURE
    • Characteristics of Perfect Competition in Construction Industry
    • Desirability of Perfect Competition in UK’s Construction...More

    • CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IN UK 2011
    • MODE OF RECOVERY & MARKET STRUCTURE
    • Characteristics of Perfect Competition in Construction Industry
    • Desirability of Perfect Competition in UK’s Construction Industry
    • Limitations of Perfect Competition Market Mechanism
    • Characteristics of Monopolistic Market Behavior
    • HYPOTHETICAL CASE OF MONOPOLISTIC MARKET BEHAVIOR IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
    • Characteristics of Oligopoly
    • Oligopoly Market Structure in UK Construction Industry

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  • Power Point Presentation on 'Designing the Distribution Network in a Supply Chain'
  • Outline
    Supply Chain Structure
    The Role of Distributionin the Supply Chain
    Factors InfluencingDistribution Network Design
    Service and Number of Facilities (Fig. 4.1)
    Inventory Costs and Numberof ...More

    Outline
    Supply Chain Structure
    The Role of Distributionin the Supply Chain
    Factors InfluencingDistribution Network Design
    Service and Number of Facilities (Fig. 4.1)
    Inventory Costs and Numberof Facilities (Fig. 4.2)
    Transportation Costs andNumber of Facilities (Fig. 4.3)
    Facility Costs and Numberof Facilities (Fig. 4.4)
    Total Costs Related to
    Number of Facilities
    Variation in Logistics Costs and Response Time with Number of Facilities (Fig. 4.5)
    Research Findings A case study analysis of Automotive Sector
    Design Options for a Distribution Network
    Manufacturer Storage withDirect Shipping (Fig. 4.6)
    In-Transit Merge Network (Fig. 4.7)
    Distributor Storage withCarrier Delivery (Fig. 4.8)
    Distributor Storage withLast Mile Delivery (Fig. 4.9)
    Manufacturer or Distributor Storage with Customer Pickup (Fig. 4.10)
    Comparative Performance of Delivery Network Designs
    Linking Product Characteristics and Customer Preferences to Network Design
    Distribution Networks in Practice
    Reading list

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  • Questions on Economics
  • This assignment is based on the following questions –

    Question 1

    As a budding young economist, you are called in to consult with a friend of yours who has just started his own business produci...More

    This assignment is based on the following questions –

    Question 1

    As a budding young economist, you are called in to consult with a friend of yours who has just started his own business producing and selling pie cherries in Johannesburg. He tells you that, in the past year, he has attempted to gain some market power by increasing the price, but did not succeed. You do a study of the cherry industry and find that there are a very large number of pie cherry producers who are all quite small relative to the market. Compile a detailed report of what you would suggest to your friend in order for his business to gain more market power.

    Question 2

    You have just been appointed as a journalist by a well-known economics publisher. As your first article, the editor requests that you complete an article in which you discuss the problems that may arise when governments try to impose prices that differ from the equilibrium price established in a freely operating market. Illustrate your answer with examples drawn from actual experiences and use appropriate diagrams to support your argument. He expresses the importance of using these experiences and says that the document must not only include theory. He also confirmed that you should include detail on all references that you use in the article.

    SECTION B

    Question 1

    Suppose that you are the chief economic adviser for a southern African government. Your boss, the president of the country, wishes to increase the level of output and employment in order to win re-election.

    2.1 Determine which fiscal policy and monetary instruments would be more effective in achieving the desired goals.
    2.2 Use a correctly labelled graph of aggregate demand and aggregate supply model to explain and illustrate the effect of your proposed policy.
    After winning the elections, the new administration realises that the equilibrium output is still low, but prices have increased as a result of the previous policy response or action. They suggest using fiscal policy to boost output growth. However, other economists warn that such measures will make things worse (could increase the price again!). The president decides to cut a deal with the Reserve Bank to resolve this problem.
    2.3 Using an AD-AS model, describe and illustrate a policy mix that will increase output, while keeping the prices at their original level.

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  • Questions on Health Economics
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  • Questions on Trade Liberalization, Poverty Alleviation and Food security, Value Chain
  • This paper provides answers to the following questions –
    1. Government Trade policies in the agricultural sector can have both positive and negative implications for poverty alleviation in a country...More

    This paper provides answers to the following questions –
    1. Government Trade policies in the agricultural sector can have both positive and negative implications for poverty alleviation in a country. To a large extent, the impact of Trade policy on national economic development is related to the ways in which trade policies – both liberal and protectionist – impact on domestic producers and consumers –
    (a) The principal factors that typically influence the degree of price transmission related to border actions
    (b) (using examples) the pros and cons of domestic government support measures tied to farmers’ level of production and those support measures decoupled from production
    (c) Under what circumstances food aid can contribute to food security and poverty alleviation, as well as the anticipated impact on future food aid deliveries of reforms under discussion in the Doha round.

    2. (PART 1) You are a tropical fruit producer in Malaysia and Thailand with your principal products being mangoes and papayas. You want to export your fruits to markets in United States and United Kingdom.
    (a) Discuss value chain considerations in selling to these markets, including interactions with government regulators, logistics suppliers, NGOs, retailers and consumers.
    (b) On the basis of the above, prepare a value chain map for your sector’s production and experts to these 2 markets.
    PART 2 – Repeat the above exercise but this time as a producer of fast moving pachaged food products.

    3. (a) Discuss the role of modern supermarkets in developing countries, in particular, their impact on processors and farmers and traditional retailers.
    (b) How do government regulators and consumers affect the relative market positions of supermarkets and traditional retailers.
    (c) Has the spread of supermarkets in developing countries positively or negatively affected welfare gains for local producers and consumers? How?

    4. The role of private standards is becoming increasingly important in international trade of food and agricultural products. A number of market forces are influencing the rise of private standards and how they interact with public standards. Discuss –
    (a) The role, importance, complementarities and interactions between public and private standards (in general)
    (b) The role, importance, complementarities and interactions between public and private standards (using food safety as an example)
    (c) The incentives for firms to adopt private standards, especially increasing those standards above public standards
    (d) The consequences for food security and poverty reduction from the ever increasing compliance costs associated with private standards

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