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Imagine that you are the human resource manager for a small manufacturing company. You decide to invest in a materials resource planning (MRP) system. This is a computerized information system that improves efficiency by automating such work as planning needs for resources, ordering materials, and scheduling work on the shop floor. As the human resource manager you hope that with the new MRP system, the company can grow quickly and efficiently through the processing of small orders for a variety of products.

Final Paper in Managerical Economics ECN400

Portfolio Project (350 pts)

For the Portfolio Project, students will conduct an analysis of a recent article and provide their evaluation and outcome expectations in a written paper of 1500-2500 words that discusses:

E270 HW8 SPG 2014.

1You run a gizmo factory.  Over the past year the average output of the factory is 480 gizmos and the standard deviation of that out

Game Theory

Microsoft and a smaller rival often have to select from one of two competing technologies. The rival always prefers to select the same technology as Microsoft (because compatibility is important), while Microsoft always wants to select a different technology from its rival. Describe the equilibrium of this game. (Game Theory) 

Federal Funds Rate

Explain (don’t just mention) what happens to the federal funds rate, the borrowed monetary base (i.e. discount loans) and the non-borrowed monetary base (i.e.

Consumption possibilities

If countries can benefit by increasing their consumption possibilities through trade, why do so many countries place restrictions on trade?

House Bargaining

House Bargaining

You've entered into a contract to purchase a new house, and the closing is scheduled for next week. It's typical for some last minute bargaining to occur at the closing table, where sellers often try to tack on extra fees.


Demand Estimation

Imagine that you work for the maker of a leading brand of low-calorie frozen, microwavable food that estimates the following demand equation for its product using data from 26 supermarkets around the country for the month of April.

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