Explain the relationship between the price elasticity of demand and total revenu

Explain the relationship between the price elasticity of demand and total revenue. What are the impacts of various forms of elasticities (elastic, inelastic, unit elastic, etc.) on business decisions and strategies to maximize profit? Explain your responses using empirical examples, formulas, and graphs.
Is the price elasticity of demand or supply more elastic over a shorter or a longer period of time? Why? Give examples.
What are the impacts of government and market imperfections (failures) on the price elasticities of demand and supply?
Please note:
According to the law of demand, if price increases, quantity demanded of a good or service will decrease or vice versa. Price elasticity of demand tells us how much quantity demanded will decrease when price increases or how much quantity demanded will increase if price decreases.
On the other hand, according to the law of supply, if the price increases, quantity supplied of a good or service will increase. Similarly, if price decreases, quantity supplied will decrease. The degree of sensitivity (responsiveness) of production/supply to a change in price is measured by the concept of price elasticity of supply.
Total revenue is calculated as the quantity of a good or service sold multiplied by its market price. Thus, it is a measure of how much money a company makes from selling its product. The core objective of a firm is maximizing profit. One of the ways to maximize profit is increasing total revenue. The firm can increase its total revenue by selling more items or by raising the price. Among others, this depends on the nature of the price elasticity of demand. Moreover, the length of time is an important factor in determining price elasticity of demand and supply.
This paper focuses on readings from: TEXTBOOK FOUND IN FILES
Chapter 4: “Market Failures: Public Goods and Externalities”
Chapter 5: “Government’s Role and Government Failure”
Chapter 6: “Elasticity”
Chapter 7: “Utility Maximization”
Chapter 9: “Businesses and the Costs of Production”
Chapter 10: “Pure Competition in the Short Run”

Please review Module 9 – 14 and read chapters 22 -30 History of the American Eco

Please review Module 9 – 14 and read chapters 22 -30 History of the American Economy answer the following questions.
https://openstax.org/details/books/us-history
1. Read and annotate the lyrics to this Depression Era song.
Link 1: Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eih67rlGNhU.)
Link 2: Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? (https://socialwelfare.library.vcu.edu/eras/great-depression/brother-can-you-spare-a-dime-1932/.)
´What year was it written?
´What accomplishments are listed in the song?
´Why do you think the songwriter includes the reference to “Yankee Doodle Dum”?
´What the major problem does the song address?

Globalization is the process of the world becoming more connected. Like any proc

Globalization is the process of the world becoming more connected. Like any process that involves economic choices, it has positive and negative consequences.
China is one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, and it has experienced many consequences as the result of globalization. One severe consequence has been a sharp increase in air pollution.
In an informative essay, describe the effects of globalization on air pollution in China’s largest cities.
Use outside research to gather anecdotes and data to help you demonstrate your findings. Be sure to cite your sources on a Works Cited page.

Listed below are several summary statements from the 2010 Census report: The

Listed below are several summary statements from the 2010 Census report:
The official poverty rate in 2010 was 15.1 percent—up from 14.3 percent in 2009. This was the third consecutive annual increase in the poverty rate. Since 2007, the poverty rate has increased by 2.6 percentage points, from 12.5 percent to 15.1 percent.
In 2010, 46.2 million people were in poverty, up from 43.6 million in 2009—the fourth consecutive annual increase in the number of people in poverty.
Between 2009 and 2010, the poverty rate increased for non-Hispanic Whites (from 9.4 percent to 9.9 percent), for Blacks (from 25.8 percent to 27.4 percent), and for Hispanics (from 25.3 percent to 26.6 percent). For Asians, the 2010 poverty rate (12.1 percent) was not statistically different from the 2009 poverty rate.1
The poverty rate in 2010 (15.1 percent) was the highest poverty rate since 1993 but was 7.3 percentage points lower than the poverty rate in 1959, the first year for which poverty estimates are available.
The number of people in poverty in 2010 (46.2 million) is the largest number in the 52 years for which poverty estimates have been published.
Between 2009 and 2010, the poverty rate increased for children under age 18 (from 20.7 percent to 22.0 percent) and people aged 18 to 64 (from 12.9 percent to 13.7 percent), but was not statistically different for people aged 65 and older (9.0 percent).2
Refer to United States Census Bureau for this assignment
Tasks:
Select any three of the six summary statements and explain in detail the significance and possible causes of each item.
Be sure to use the economic concepts and polices discussed in your textbook where applicable.
Identify possible economic policies that may explain these items and/or those which could be used to deal with the problems or situations described.
Deliverables:
Prepare a 3-5 page Microsoft Word document that addresses the above tasks and meets APA standards.
Include a summary section in your report that contains 5-7 bullet points identifying your major findings or conclusions of your paper.

YOU ARE ONLY ALLOWED TO USE THE SOURCES LISTED BELOW. I WILL GET A ZERO IF YOU U

YOU ARE ONLY ALLOWED TO USE THE SOURCES LISTED BELOW. I WILL GET A ZERO IF YOU USE ANY OTHER SOURCES SO PLEASE DONT. I WILL ALSO BE REVIEWING BEFORE SUBMITTING, AND MAKING SURE EVERYTHING IS UP TO PAR.
This is a five page paper. ALL the sources are attached and you are to only use the resources provided to you… NOT GOOGLE.
QUESTION
there is an article on the Middle Way Swedish Social Model
“The calamity of the 1930s swept away the classical order’s commitment to the international economy and to the market. Germany, Italy and their fascist brethren rejected global integration and the market in favor of autarky, state intervention and antilabor repression. In the industrial west, a coalition of labor, farmers and progressive capitalists replaced laissez-faire with a new social democracy that manages the macro economy and provided a range of social services and social insurance:”
Include in your paper the following information
• What were the forces pushing Sweden and the United States in the direction of social democracy?
• Describe the pillars of the new social democracy experiment as it played out in Sweden and the United States?
• Who were the strong supporters of the different pillars of the social democracy experiment? Why did these groups support it? Specifically, how did workers, capitalists and farmers react to the new social democratic configurations?
Again, please only use the 3 sources provided to you. I will receive a 0 if you don’t follow instructions to the T.

Answer the discussion below with at least 300 words. Population is growing, whic

Answer the discussion below with at least 300 words.
Population is growing, which creates more demand for water, especially in the southwestern part of the United States. In general, states are using more water than the system can supply, diminishing this limited resource.
Utilize the Chapter 11 textbook reading, which covers concepts related to common resources such as water and the tragedy of the commons, as well as the podcast “Water in the West: Bankrupt?” provided in the topic Resources to address the following:
How would water bankruptcy work? Include who benefits and who loses as a result.
Provide an alternative way in which a water shortage problem can be resolved?
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Instructions •Write a contiguous essay on the research topic posed below. We exp

Instructions
•Write a contiguous essay on the research topic posed below. We expect you to follow academicwriting guidelines concerning contents, formalities and structure.
•You should do your own research on the topic, that is, you should rely on (multiple) academic sources. Your task also involves finding relevant and trustworthy sources.
•All sources of information you use must be referenced properly. Use in-text citation (e.g., APA citation). We advise you to use a reference management system (e.g. build-in “References” in Word) to ensure consistent citation.
•Essays will be checked for plagiarism. Plagiarism is a breach of Honor Code and will be penalized.
•Formatting: Times New Roman 12 pt or Arial 11pt, at least 1.2 spaced. We do not accept photographed handwriting or excel files.
•Required length: 3,000 words (+/- 10%) excluding bibliography and title page, but including footnotes and headings.
The Indian IT Industry has been a gem of India’s economy for the past two decades. Accounting for eight percent of the GDP in the financial year 2021, the information technology sector has played a significant role in India’s socio-economic growth. However, this model is now under pressure. The leading Indian IT players; namely Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Infosys, Wipro, HCL Technologies (HCL) and Tech Mahindra (TM), currently experience a dwindling pressure on their bread and butter business, i.e. the traditional outsourcing business. Restrictions levied by the United States on H1-B visas, where the industry relies heavily for business, has further worsened the situation disrupting the cost advantages enjoyed for long by the industry players. Acknowledging this pressure, arising from protectionist behavior of the Western economies has forced these players to explore new recipes for growth. As legacy systems are replaced by newer technologies such as internet of things (IoT), machine learning (ML), artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), blockchain and the rapid adoption of cloud-based services, the industry attempts to reconfigure its DNA. On the one hand rests the industry’s well adopted formula of delivering services using the global delivery model and on the other are pressures arising from geo-political tremors in the West affecting the traditional outsourcing model. To complicate things further, the advent of new technologies has added pressures on the players to up their game vis-à-vis competition.
Your task is threefold: In your essay, first, discuss the competitive advantages that helped the industry to build a global comparative advantage. Second, analyze the reasons why the industry is under pressure and how Covid-19 crisis affected the industry. Finally, assess how the Indian IT players like TCS, Infosys or Wipro can stay relevant in the future.

Answer the discussion below with at least 600 words. Refer to Chapter 10 in the

Answer the discussion below with at least 600 words.
Refer to Chapter 10 in the textbook which discusses externalities. Specifically, reference section 10-2, which details public policies towards externalities.
Additionally, find an article using your subscription to the Wall Street Journal detailing one proposed solution to pollution.
In your post, summarize the selected article and discuss the following:
Explain which of the public policies detailed in section 10-2 of the textbook best describes the proposed solution in the selected article.
Which of the public policy approaches outlined in section 10-2 would work best to resolve this pollution problem and why?
You are required provide a link to the article and support your answer with relevant ideas, facts, and examples.
Thank you.
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