Operations Decisions

Operations Decisions

21 August 0

Assignment Two: Operations Decisions ECO 550- Managerial Economics and Globalization Strayer University Assignment 2: Operation Decisions Introduction In today’s retail food service industry there is a large demand for convenience food. People take less time to cook and with the increase of health issues related to weight management, low calorie options are becoming very popular. […]

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Long-Term Investment Decisions

Long-Term Investment Decisions

21 August 0

Assignment Three: Long-Term Investment Decisions ECO 550- Managerial Economics and Globalization Strayer University Introduction/Plan for Pricing Strategies In anticipation of rising prices it is critical that managers form an effective plan in order to stay competitive within the market will also not effecting the brands quality or view to consumers. The managers of a low-calorie […]

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Demand Estimation

Demand Estimation

21 August 0

Assignment One: Demand Estimation ECO 550- Managerial Economics and Globalization Strayer University Assignment One: Demand Estimation Introduction With the assumption of being a maker of being a maker of a leading brand of low-calorie, frozen microwavable food computing elasticities for the business in terms of short-term and long-term pricing strategies can be essential in comparing […]

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Operations Decision

Operations Decision

19 May 0

Assignment 2: Operations Decision ECO 550 Introduction In an organization, when the operations are started up then, it becomes necessary for it to ensure that, better quality results are available to them. Here, in the present situation, there is a case that, the organization shall incur certain kinds of costs and it shall also earn […]

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Demand Estimation

Demand Estimation

19 May 0

ECO 550 Assignment 1: Demand Estimation Option #1 Compute all elasticities for each independent variable. Quantity Demanded= (-5200)-42(500)+20(600)+5.2(5,500)+.20(10,000)+.25(5,000) =(-5200)-21000+12000+28600+2000+1250=17650 =17650 Cross Price Elasticity =20, Px=600, QD= 17650 =20(600/17650) =0.68, means there are substitute products Income Elasticity 5.2, I=5500, QD=17650 =5.2(5500/17650) =1.62 Advertisement Elasticity 0.20, A= 10,000, QD= 17650 0.20(10000/17650) 0.11 Supply Elasticity 0.25, M=5000, QD= […]

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The South Airlines Boarding and Game Theory

The South Airlines Boarding and Game Theory

15 October 0

The South Airlines Boarding and Game Theory Name: Institution: Course: Date: The South Airlines Boarding and Game Theory The southwest airlines is one of the current major bigwig management and strategic typologies that has currently managed to plough back huge returns on investments by the entrepreneurs’ responsible for its initiation. The strategy has since stood […]

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Mid term 1

Mid term 1

08 October 0

Mid term 1:  Question 1 4 out of 4 points       The moral hazard in team production arises from         Selected Answer: a conflict between tactically best interest and one’s dutyCorrect Answer: a conflict between tactically best interest and one’s duty        Question 2 4 out […]

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Mid term 2

Mid term 2

08 October 0

Mid Term 2:  4 out of 4 points       Which of the following barometric indicators would be the most helpful for forecasting future sales for an industry?         Selected Answer: leading economic indicators.Correct Answer: leading economic indicators.        Question 2 4 out of 4 points   […]

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Final Exams

Final Exams

08 October 0

 Question 1 4 out of 4 points       In a game, a dominated strategy is one where:         Selected Answer: It is always the best strategyCorrect Answer: It is always the best strategy        Question 2 4 out of 4 points       The starting […]

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ECO 550 Final Exam

ECO 550 Final Exam

07 October 0

 Question 1 4 out of 4 points       Break-even analysis usually assumes all of the following except:         Selected Answer: in the short run, there is no distinction between variable and fixed costs.Correct Answer: in the short run, there is no distinction between variable and fixed costs.     […]

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