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Zhigang Li University of Hong Kong

Zhigang Li University of Hong Kong

Zhigang Li University of Hong Kong. Supply and Demand. Markets and Prices. Why does Ming YAO earn more than construction workers?. Markets and Prices. Why do diamonds cost more than water? . Markets and Prices. Why do QiBaiShi ’ s ( 齊白石 ) crabs sell for more than the real ones? .

By jana
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Tropos Research Overview: RWTH Aachen

Tropos Research Overview: RWTH Aachen

Tropos Research Overview: RWTH Aachen M. Jarke and G. Lakemeyer RWTH Aachen History of Aachen’s Approach DAIDA : Metadata linking IS development phases, development of Telos, first ConceptBase prototype (1988)

By paul2
(434 views)

Marketing Efficiency & Efficient Marketing

Marketing Efficiency & Efficient Marketing

Marketing Efficiency & Efficient Marketing “Economics is not an exact science. It consists merely of laws of probability. The most prudent investor is one who pursues only a general course of action which is ‘ normally ’ right and who avoids acts and policies which are ‘ normally ’ wrong.”

By libitha
(265 views)

Residual Value and Risk Management

Residual Value and Risk Management

Residual Value and Risk Management Bukarest 2008 Agenda Introduction EurotaxGlass`s Motivation – why residual value and risk management ? Two most common mistakes Ideal approach and possibilities to influence residual value performance EurotaxGlass’s Group Strategy The leading provider

By Anita
(435 views)

MARKET ADJUSTMENTS

MARKET ADJUSTMENTS

MARKET ADJUSTMENTS. Changes To Demand And Supply. MARKET ADJUSTMENTS. The price of a product remains at the equilibrium point until something changes the demand and/or supply in a market.

By Leo
(333 views)

Linear Algebra

Linear Algebra

Linear Algebra. 1. Find the point of intersection:. Let Supply: Q s =3p and Demand: Q d =200-p Q s =3p=3*50=150 Q d =200-p=200-150=150 Equilibrium: Q s =Q d 3p=200-p 4p=200 p=50 Thus Q=3x50=150. 200. S. 50. D. 150. 200. Linear Algebra.

By salena
(661 views)

WFP Logistics, We Deliver

WFP Logistics, We Deliver

Emergency Supply Chain. WFP Logistics, We Deliver. Lesson Objectives. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to:. 1. Explain what the humanitarian supply chain is and what the components parts are. 2. Describe the phases of an emergency and key responses associated with them. 3.

By MikeCarlo
(187 views)

Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2. Theoretical Foundations: Prices, Markets, and Management. Types of Economic Systems. Laissez Faire Capitalism Modern Mixed Economy Democratic Socialism Communism. Laissez Faire Capitalism. Ownership of Resources Markets Government Involvement. Modern Mixed Economy.

By Gabriel
(263 views)

Tanker Markets Overview

Tanker Markets Overview

Tanker Markets Overview. 31 May 2010, Jeddah Peter M Swift, MD, INTERTANKO. INTERTANKO Today. 260 + members operating ca. 3,100 ships > 75% of the independent oil tanker fleet and > 85% of the chemical carrier fleet 300 + associate members: in oil and chemical tanker related businesses

By Audrey
(436 views)

Solar Grade Silicon Breakthru !

Solar Grade Silicon Breakthru !

RSI Silicon. 1/10 Plant Cost. 1/2 Plant Build Time. 1/3 Product Cost. Solar Grade Silicon Breakthru !. Jim Dunn VP, Business Development May 2007. Solar Grade Silicon.

By Jimmy
(247 views)

Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management. AN INITIATIVE BY: VAINY GOEL BBA 1 MODI COLLEGE. Outline of the Talk. What is Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Management Process Supply Chain Management Decisions Software Tools Conclusions. What is Supply Chain Management ?.

By Leo
(498 views)

Essential Question:

Essential Question:

SECTION 1. Nature of Supply. Essential Question:. Explain why supply is considered to be “producer” controlled, describe the relationship between supply and price according to the law of supply, explain the differences between elastic and inelastic supply. SECTION 1. Nature of Supply.

By JasminFlorian
(153 views)

Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Chapter 5. The Behavior of Interest Rates. Determining the Quantity Demanded of an Asset. Wealth: the total resources owned by the individual, including all assets Expected Return: the return expected over the next period on one asset relative to alternative assets

By Gabriel
(154 views)

ERP and Supply Chains

ERP and Supply Chains

ERP and Supply Chains. Shawn Sevetsky IST 402 11/15/2004. Introduction. Supply chains are collections of organizations that work together to provide raw materials that are converted into products and delivered to retail outlets where customers can obtain them.

By betty_james
(194 views)

GOODS & SERVICE TAX

GOODS & SERVICE TAX

GOODS & SERVICE TAX. TOPIC: CONCEPT OF SUPPLY UNDER GST Presented by: Kanika Aggarwal Team www.atulkhurana.com. Definition of GST.

By malo
(366 views)

MODEL OF SUPPLY

MODEL OF SUPPLY

MODEL OF SUPPLY. The model of supply is an attempt to explain the amount supplied of any good or service. SUPPLY DEFINED. The amount of a good or service a firm wants to sell, and is able to sell per unit time. THE “STANDARD” MODEL OF SUPPLY. The DEPENDENT variable is the amount supplied.

By braima
(603 views)

Platform Ecosystems : How Networks Invert the Firm

Platform Ecosystems : How Networks Invert the Firm

Platform Ecosystems : How Networks Invert the Firm. Marshall Van Alstyne Boston University mva@bu.edu InfoEcon@twitter.com. MIT Leading Disruption . Platforms are overtaking energy and banking. Source: Visualcapitalist.com, Bloomberg. Platforms are replacing Oil & Banking at the top.

By rio
(182 views)

SCHULPORTALS TECHNOLOGIES Presents

SCHULPORTALS TECHNOLOGIES Presents

SCHULPORTALS TECHNOLOGIES Presents. COURSE REGISTRATION FOR DLC UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN RETURNING STUDENTS. IMPORTANT INFROMATION. Only those students who has paid his/her school fees(at least 1 st Installments ) are allow to register their courses for 2010/2011 session.

By russ
(190 views)

Multi-Year Tariffs

Multi-Year Tariffs

Multi-Year Tariffs. in the Power Sector in India so far (August 2003). Why a multi-year framework (MYT or MYTP) for power tariffs?. The two general reasons: Incentivise efficiency improvement Obviate regulatory uncertainty.

By mercedes
(521 views)

Ch. 7. At Full Employment: The Classical Model

Ch. 7. At Full Employment: The Classical Model

Ch. 7. At Full Employment: The Classical Model. The relationship between the quantity of labor employed and real GDP What determines the full-employment level of employment, real wage rate and potential GDP What determines unemployment when the economy is at full employment

By channer
(652 views)

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