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Sd project

  1. 1. Economics: Supply/Demand market project (35 classwork points) Choose a market that interests you  Identify 3 major corporations involved in the market (-5 if missing)  Explain whether the demand is elastic or inelastic (-10 if missing, -5 if not explained correctly)  Evaluate the effect of a government price ceiling on your market (-5 if missing)  Find two articles that affect that market’s supply or demand curves (-10 for no citation)  Cite your sources, use the Economist or your phone, MLA format (- 5 for each missing)  Draw a graph for each article and short explanation of change , explain what happens to EqP, identify the determinant that changes (PEST = Supply, TRIBE = Demand) (-2 for each mistake)  Show the change to secondary market, could be a complement, substitute, or factor of production (-10 if missing)  Must be color and include a few pictures (-10 if missing)  Make either a color poster or pamphlet, or website Economics: Supply/Demand market project (35 classwork points)  Choose a market that interests you  Identify 3 major corporations involved in the market (-5 if missing)  Explain whether the demand is elastic or inelastic (-10 if missing, -5 if not explained correctly)  Evaluate the effect of a government price ceiling on your market (-5 if missing)  Find two articles that affect that market’s supply or demand curves (-10 for no citation)  Cite your sources, use the Economist or your phone, MLA format (- 5 for each missing)  Draw a graph for each article and short explanation of change , explain what happens to EqP, identify the determinant that changes (PEST = Supply, TRIBE = Demand) (-2 for each mistake)  Show the change to secondary market, could be a complement, substitute, or factor of production (-10 if missing)  Must be color and include a few pictures (-10 if missing)  Make either a color poster or pamphlet, or website Economics: Supply/Demand market project (35 classwork points)  Choose a market that interests you  Identify 3 major corporations involved in the market (-5 if missing)  Explain whether the demand is elastic or inelastic (-10 if missing, -5 if not explained correctly)  Evaluate the effect of a government price ceiling on your market (-5 if missing)  Find two articles that affect that market’s supply or demand curves (-10 for no citation)  Cite your sources, use the Economist or your phone, MLA format (- 5 for each missing)  Draw a graph for each article and short explanation of change , explain what happens to EqP, identify the determinant that changes (PEST = Supply, TRIBE = Demand) (-2 for each mistake)  Show the change to secondary market, could be a complement, substitute, or factor of production (-10 if missing)  Must be color and include a few pictures (-10 if missing)  Make either a color poster or pamphlet, or website Economics: Supply/Demand market project (35 classwork points) Choose a market that interests you  Identify 3 major corporations involved in the market (-5 if missing)  Explain whether the demand is elastic or inelastic (-10 if missing, -5 if not explained correctly)  Evaluate the effect of a government price ceiling on your market (-5 if missing)  Find two articles that affect that market’s supply or demand curves (-10 for no citation)  Cite your sources, use the Economist or your phone, MLA format (- 5 for each missing)  Draw a graph for each article and short explanation of change , explain what happens to EqP, identify the determinant that changes (PEST = Supply, TRIBE = Demand) (-2 for each mistake)  Show the change to secondary market, could be a complement, substitute, or factor of production (-10 if missing)  Must be color and include a few pictures (-10 if missing)  Make either a color poster or pamphlet, or website

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