Economics – Reflective Analysis


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Economics – Reflective Analysis 1 answer below » this assessment is very important I need at least 75 to pass as I got 45 on my first assessment you have done it for me. Please follow the APA referencing style. must be academic references ! thank you Document Preview: ECON6000_Assessment brief 2.docx Page 1 of 5 ASSESSMENT BRIEF Course Code and Title ECON6000 Economic Principles and Decision Making Assessment Assessment 2: Reflective Analysis Individual/Group Individual Length 3000 words Learning Outcomes c) Critically analyse View complete question » this assessment is very important I need at least 75 to pass as I got 45 on my first assessment you have done it for me. Please follow the APA referencing style. must be academic references ! thank you Document Preview: ECON6000_Assessment brief 2.docx Page 1 of 5 ASSESSMENT BRIEF Course Code and Title ECON6000 Economic Principles and Decision Making Assessment Assessment 2: Reflective Analysis Individual/Group Individual Length 3000 words Learning Outcomes c) Critically analyse production processes and cost functions and classify the main forms of market structures as well as recommend appropriate pricing and strategies d) Critically evaluate the role and impact of various forms of government intervention in the economy including the implications of competition and deregulation policy for managerial practices Submission Flex Students -Due End of Module 6 Online Students -Due End of Module 6 Weighting 50% Total Marks 100 marks Objectives ? Identification and analysis of market dynamics; ? Critical analysis of the technological forces impacting on business practise; ? Application of theoretical knowledge to practise ? Utilising communication skills in various media; ? Innovative approach, reflection. How the assessment fits into the subject/course: The assessments in this subject allow the students to fully explore economic concepts in theory and in practice. There is an emphasis on labour markets and the impact of disruptive technologies to the future of work Linkages between Assessments 1 and 2: Assessment 1 focuses on the technical elements of microeconomics in the context of the labour market and includes a critical analysis while Assessment 2 extends the idea of the labour force with a particular emphasis on the future of work, and asks students to reflect on how they will contribute to that future.
ECON6000_Assessment brief 2.docx Page 2 of 5 Instructions: Assessment 2 should take the form of a critical reflective analysis. Students are expected to explore the intersection between technology and social networks. Students should carefully define key terms in order to produce a thorough analysis and show how the use of technology may disrupt traditional macro-economic theory…. Attachments: Reflective-An….pdf View less » Nov 27 2015 09:09 AM

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