Analyzing Theories of Crime

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6 page research paper

Do research on the topic of Bluegrass Music and it’s impact on American culture.  Write at least a six page paper describing this, and include information on parallel disciplines and a chronology of events that were happening during the time this art form was developing, in order to put it in perspective.  Include an extensive works cited page.  Finish task by 7:00 AM US Eastern Time tomorrow, Friday June 6.

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One of these answers are wrong. May somebody tell me which one and why? Thanks! 1. a. Why is the amount of…

One of these answers are wrong. May somebody tell me which one and why? Thanks! 1. a. Why is the amount of transfer payments important as a percentage of total government expenditure? The size of transfer payments as a percentage of government expenditure is important because this type of expenditure is “non-productive”. The theory that fiscal policy can stimulate Aggregate Demand and that some defi cit can be good for the economy rests on how productive those funds will be when spent. Spending toward goods and services motivates growth but spending on transfer payments does not. It is easy to see why Government spending on roads and education act as investment toward growth. b. Show the eff ect of and diff erence between tax on income and tax on interest, Add a one sentence explanation to the graph to explain the eff ect and diff erence. One tax in influences the labor decision, one in influences savings and investment decisions. The tax on interest is more severe because it e ffects the growth potential in the economy. The loanable funds market has a role di fferent from the labor market and production function. A tax on labor e ffects the level that the economy is at – it lowers Real GDP. A tax on interest actually aff ects the growth potential because people are disincentivized from contributing funds that feed capital accumulation. That drives the interest rate up and businesses away from growing their business. The economy with labor tax starts at a lower level but grows with the same vigor as with no tax. The economy with the tax on interest starts at a higher level but grows more slowly. c. Explain the di fference between structural and cyclical defi cit. A structural defi cit is the result of the level of potential GDP lowering relative to its previous level but a cyclical de ficit means that potential GDP remains at the original level but Real GDP lowers away from it. These defi cits originate in automatic fiscal policy. When the economy is operating below potential GDP the amount of money the government is taking in via tax is naturally going down as a result and the amount of spending via transfer payments is going up because the economy is below full employment so more people are claiming unemployment benefi ts for one example. d. Which seems to be more severe? Due to the shift in potential GDP with structural defi cits, this type seems more severe. By contrast, the economy is expected to return to its previous level of production when a cyclical defi cit occurs as part of the business cycle but due to the permanent nature of the structural decline in GDP the economy will have to undergo a technological stimulus or capital accumulation resulting in growth to find itself back at its previous level. e. How can fiscal policy be used to stimulate the economy? Primarily when the economy is experiencing recession fiscal policy, as the theory tells us, can boost aggregate demand by either increasing expenditure (G) or cutting taxes. This impacts aggregate expenditure (Y) moving AD outward and through the multiplier eff ect, C increases moving AD further outward until long-run equilibrium is reached. f. What is the diff erence between automatic and discretionary fi scal policy? Automatic fiscal policy: with the laws currently in place directing tax rate and expenditure plans, when the economy naturally shifts as part of the business cycle the amount of revenue or receipt naturally changes. Discretionary fi scal policy: the conscientious change in spending program or tax law to stimulate production and jobs. g. What are the lags that a ffect fi scal stimulus? Are they important? The lags are recognition, law-making and impact. To demonstrate their importance, imagine that the economy is in a recession. Via unseen forces the economy starts pulling itself out of the recession (say, all people become jointly optimistic about the future which a ffects their productivity positively) but the government doesn’t recognize this so seeks to implement its own remedy. By the time they realize what should be done, pass the law and years later it takes full eff ect, the economy via the natural force has pulled itself out of recession so the law to spend more 2 or 3 years after it was originally passed now sends us into high inflation and high de ficit and debt.

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Accounting 1 Payroll

 I HAVE DONE MOST OF THE WORK PLEASE READ EVERYTHING CAREFULLY ATTACHMENTS BELOW

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May 27th C losed May 28th – $80.55 May 29th- $81.22 May 30th- $83.03 May 31st – $80.78 Dividend Ratio 1.34% P/E Ratio 8.96 Shares Outstanding 158.71…

May 27th C losed May 28th – $80.55 May 29th- $81.22 May 30th- $83.03 May 31st – $80.78 Dividend Ratio 1.34% P/E Ratio 8.96 Shares Outstanding 158.71 Millio

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How do you find lcm and gcf

How do you find lcm and gcf

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NAME: __________________________________ MEMORANDUM To: Law Clerk From: Supervising Attorney Date: …

NAME: __________________________________ MEMORANDUM To: Law Clerk From: Supervising Attorney Date: October 16, 2012 Re: John Campbell; Validity of Liquidated Damage Clause and Spite Fence As you know, my uncle, John Campbell, is interested in pursuing a claim against his neighbor, Farmer Ford. Uncle John would like to collect the liquidated damages specified in the August 20, 2012, contract between the two men. We have some additional research that must be completed and uploaded to TWEN no later than 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 31, 2012. As I explained in my assigning memo to you, I would like you to focus your research on the validity of the contract’s liquidated damages clause. Remember to apply Iowa law, because the parties agreed that Iowa law would govern the contract. While conducting your research, you should keep track of the research you uncover. You should, at least, keep a list of the major authorities (cases, secondary sources, etc.) you find, along with a short description to remind you of their importance. You likely will want to revisit this information down the road (when preparing to write your memo), and you do not want to have to re-create all this work. Finally, you must conduct this research and identify the cases by yourself. You may work with your classmates (within your LP I section) to discuss possible issues presented by the hypo and to generally discuss law you have found in cases. However, you must decide on your own which specific cases to list as responses to the questions above, and you must independently draft the legal summaries and rationales regarding the purpose of the law. Specifically, I would like you to provide me with the following information: A. Please identify, using accurate Bluebook citation, two secondary sources that provide legal guidance as to when a liquidated damages clause in a contract is enforceable. 1. 2. B. Please identify, using accurate Bluebook citation, two cases that provide guidance on how to determine whether an amount stated in a liquidated damage clause is uncertain or difficult to ascertain. 1. 2.  For both of the cases you identified above, summarize how the case explains how to determine whether an amount stated in a liquidated damage clause is uncertain or difficult to ascertain. Make note of why you may use the case. Also make sure to note key categories of information from the case, such as the issue, the legally significant facts, and the court’s holding and reasoning. 1. 2.  Then, for each case, please identify how you believe the case may help you logically analyze whether the damages specified in Farmer John’s contract with Farmer Ford were or were not uncertain or difficult to ascertain. For example, are there specific facts from the case law that can you analogize or contrast with the facts from Farmer John’s case on this issue? Does a court reason in a way that could apply (or not apply)? Are there policy considerations mentioned in the case that would help your reader understand how the rule applies (or doesn’t apply) in this case? 1. 2. C. Next, please identify, using accurate Bluebook citation, two cases that provide guidance on how to determine whether the amount stated in a liquidated damage clause is reasonable. 1. 2.  For both of the cases you identified above, summarize how the case explains how to determine whether an amount stated in a liquidated damage clause is reasonable. Make note of why you may use the case. Also make sure to note key categories of information from the case, such as the issue, the legally significant facts, and the court’s holding and reasoning. 1. 2.  Then, for each case, please identify how you believe the case may help you logically analyze whether the damages specified in Farmer John’s contract with Farmer Ford are reasonable or unreasonable. For example, are there specific facts from the case law that can you analogize or contrast with the facts from Farmer John’s case on this issue? Does the court’s reason in a way that could apply (or not apply)? Are there policy considerations mentioned in the case that would help your reader understand how the rule applies (or doesn’t apply) in this case? 1. 2. Thanks for your assistance.

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EME 460 Quiz 1

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julio decided to help raise funds for his victims of the tsun ami in austraillia. he is planning a bike…

julio decided to help raise funds for his victims of the tsun ami in austraillia. he is planning a bike a thon. he is going to ride his bike 20 miles each week for the next 15 weeks. how many miles will he ride in all?

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