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Kenneth M. Price , University Professor and Hillegass Chair of American Literature and Co-director of the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Nebraska Lincoln; Co-Director of the Civil War Washington Project and the Walt Whitman Archive

John Rink , Professor of Musical Performance Studies, University of Cambridge, and Project Director of Chopin’s First Editions Online and Online Chopin Variorum Edition

Peter Robinson , Senior Research Fellow and Co-director of the Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing at the University of Birmingham

Geoffrey Rockwell , Professor of Philosophy and Humanities Computing at the University of Alberta and project leader of the Text Analysis Portal for Research (TAPoR)

Susan Schreibman , Director of the Digital Humanities Observatory, Dublin, Ireland, and General Editor of The Thomas MacGreevy Archive and the Versioning Machine.

Raymond G. Siemens , Canada Research Chair in Humanities Computing and Professor of English at the University of Victoria, Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Computing in the Humanities at King’s College London, and Visiting Research Professor at Sheffield Hallam University

John Unsworth , Dean of the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Professor of English and of the Library Faculty, and Director of the Illinois Informatics Institute at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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Lillian Bridwell-Bowles , Professor of English at Lousiana State University and project consultant for Poe’s Republic of Letters: Remapping Antebellum Print Culture.

James Chandler , Barbara E. and Richard J. Franke Distinguished Service Professor and Director of the Franke Institute for the Humanities, University of Chicago

Jon Christensen , Executive Director, Bill Lane Center for the American West, and Principal Investigator, The Spatial History Project, Stanford University

Helen Cullyer , Associate Program Officer, Scholarly Communications, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

David Germano , Associate Professor of Religious Studies, University of Virginia, and Director, The Tibetan and Himalayan Library

Joseph Gilbert , Head of the Scholars’ Lab, University of Virginia Library

Joshua Greenberg , Director of Digital Strategy and Scholarship, The New York Public Library

Matthew Hargraves , Assistant Curator, Department of Collections Information and Access, Yale Center for British Art

Geoffrey Galt Harpham , President and Director, National Humanities Center

James Hilton , Vice President and Chief Information Officer, University of Virginia

Jennifer Howard , Senior Reporter, Chronicle of Higher Education

J. Gerald Kennedy , William A. Read Professor of English at Louisiana State University and project director of Poe’s Republic of Letters: Remapping Antebellum Print Culture.

W. Joseph King , Executive Director, National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education, and Chairman of the Board, Rice University Press

Ian Lancashire , Professor of English, University of Toronto, and General Editor, Representative Poetry Online and Lexicons of Early Modern English

Caroline Levander , Carlson Professor in the Humanities, Professor of English and Director, Humanities Research Center, Rice University Philip Lewis, Vice President, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Peter Lukehart , Associate Dean, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art

Worthy Martin , Associate Professor of Computer Science and CoDirector, Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, University of Virginia

Joseph Meisel , Program Officer for Higher Education in the Research Universities and Humanistic Scholarship program, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Fred Moody , Editor-in-Chief, Rice University Press

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Brad Pasanek , Assistant Professor of English, University of Virginia

Gail Kern Paster , Director, Folger Shakespeare Library

Andrew Prescott , Director of Research, Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute, University of Glasgow

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David Radcliffe , Professor of English and Director, Center for Applied Technologies in the Humanities, Virginia Tech University

Abby Smith Rumsey , Director, Scholarly Communication Institute, University of Virginia

Holly Shulman , Editor, Dolley Madison Digital Edition, Founding Director, Documents Compass, and Research Professor, Department of History, University of Virginia

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Michael F. Suarez, S. J. , University Professor and Professor of English, and Hon. Curator of Special Collections, University of Virginia.

Diane Walker , Deputy University Librarian, University of Virginia Donald J. Waters, Program Officer, Scholarly Communications, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

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Questions & Answers

what is the condition of a consumer behaviour in the equilibrium under the theory of consumer behaviour
Sahr Reply
what is equilibrium
Sahr
A point where quantity demand & supply meets called equilibrium
Hasham
a state is said to be equilibrium when there is no tendency of movement.
Nibedita
Pls @Nibedita am confused
Prince
The state of balance achieved by an end user of products that refers to the amount of goods and services they can purchase given their present level of income and the current level of prices. Consumer equilibrium allows a consumer to obtain the most satisfaction possible from their income.
Okwori
where is the calculations?
Nathan Reply
what are the two conditions for aconsumer to be in the equilibrium under the theory of consumer behaviour in
Sahr
Economic equilibrium is a condition or state in which economic forces are balanced. In effect, economic variables remain unchanged from their equilibrium values in the absence of external influences. Economic equilibrium may also be defined as the point at which supply equals demand for a product,
vinay
Hello there, let's make a time to chat about econimics and its issues.
DA Reply
it's true
Adamsvictor
hie Sir /Madam l need help when it comes to Economics lm doing it for the first time
Thembelani
So, share your problems that you have in terms of economis and we will discuss on it.
DA
Basic Economic problems
Thembelani
what is the Basic Economic problem
Thembelani
what is the Basic Economic problem
Thembelani Reply
scarcity
Rhaiymornd
a bit of explanation please its my first year doing Economics
Thembelani
rare, limited. economic agents eg You dube, the govt & the business entities wants to maximise their utility/satisfaction but because limited resource or scarcity of such resources they are unable to satisfy their needs.
ian
thank u Sir , l understand what you are saying now
Thembelani
limited resources; you wanna take the most benefits from the minimum resource.
DA
if u ar a fresher, eco has to 2 fundamental parts "micro & macro". micro(small) this is were the economc agents ar discussd, economc systms, dmand & supply, typs of market systms etc and the macro (big) part the elucidates the functns of central bank, typs of employmnt, functns of money & int trade.
ian
there is an old adage that says "a picture is worth a thousand words" economics is full of graphing so it requires on the side of the student to master the art of keeping information in form graphs.
ian
oky Sir
Thembelani
scarcity becomes the fundamental problem of economics because of limited resources, when we take an individual, he or she has many wants, thus unlimited wants but can never satisfy all but only few.
Rhaiymornd
now when we take a firm, a firm maybe willing to produce two or more product into the market but due to limited resources they only produce one. the same way if we take the government, he or she maybe willing to bring development either through infrastructures,
Rhaiymornd
that is when consumer decision making rule comes in
Olusegun
choice arises as a result of scarcity of resources
Olusegun
so if we look through, the individual, firm and government, their wants are unlimited but due limited resources, all of their wants cannot be satisfy. therefore scarcity can be term as limited in supply of resources. scarcity is not lack of resources but insufficient resources
Rhaiymornd
there is a marriage with the following; scarcity, factors of production, opportunity cost curve (occ) or (ppc, ppf, tc) production possibility curve productn possibility frontier transformation curve. The OCC, PPC, PPF & TC explains the decisions made by householders, firms & the govt.
ian
opportunity cost also arises as a result of firm willing to produce a particular commodity but resources use in satisfying or producing such output is limited
Olusegun
wat ar those decisions? the most important is WHY nations economise tht is if they hav abundancy of factors of productn eg land, labour & entreprise? now since all of us have unlimited needs against few resourcs PPC, PPF, TC, OCC walks in to make wise allocatn of resources.
ian
how do those decisions made? eg by economic agents; a. Household (You) - if u have R10 & wish to buy a book & a pen & realise that both commodities seĺl at the same price which of the two (2) can u buy (necesity) and which one can u forgo (not all tht important).
ian
b. firms - they allocat mo resourcs to all thoz commoditz tht they think will yield mo profit. c. Govt - if the govt SA was to come in yo area which 1 would u think they can consider first tht can benefit the majority & the minority. So instead of building football stadium they construct a hospital.
ian
if the SA govt had enough resources they would have built both the stadium and the hospital but because of scarce in terms of resources they had to forgo the construction the stadium to build a hospital which is necessary for the majority to benefit.
ian
Opportunity cost well broken down..
Andres
opportunity cost means the lose of other alternatives when the alternative is chosen
saad Reply
is the benefits that you loose by not selecting a certain alternative.
EDWINY
individual wants maybe unlimited, but means to satisfy them are limited there one has to forgo some alternative in order to acquire other alternative and it must according priority, that is when scale of preference set in for individuals to make choice
Rhaiymornd
hello everyone
Aliyu
Next best alternative forgiven
Shoaib
demand is the amount of goods and services that consumer is willing and able to purchase at a particular prices over given period of time
Rhaiymornd Reply
yep
Abraham
what's demand?
labi Reply
What customers want the most...
Abraham
not only what customers wants, want is just mere desire but demand is backed by purchasing power, ability and willingness
Rhaiymornd
thanks
Abraham
What's opportunity cost?
Abraham
what are the differences between demand and supply
Zakariyah Reply
who is called lender of the last resort
Divyanshu Reply
Hi
Linda
hlw
Karishma
Central bank
Majeed
hy
Karishma
Hello
Majeed
hy
Karishma
How are you
Majeed
Am gud
Linda
fine
Karishma
Am gud
Linda
hello
Chandra
Well! what's going on
Majeed
r u study in economics
Karishma
anybody there?
Chandra
r u study in economics
Karishma
the central bank
Sessay
Has completed already
Majeed
hey
neha
yes
Abigail
Yesss
Majeed
ok
Karishma
hey
Doctor
yh
Abigail
more questions
Sessay
how ar you
Doctor
split the price effect into income effect and substitution effect
Karishma
fine and u
Abigail
Hi
Godwin
hi
Hey, I am new here. Hope, discussion on Economics will clear our concepts more.
yasir
yes
Abigail
do u speak hindi or english
Karishma
how to consumer equlibrium through ic
Karishma
consumer equilibrium demand equals supply
Kenneth
the consumer is in equilibrium when the indifference curve is tangential to the budget line. or when the BL and IC intersect
Sessay
reasons indifference curve slopes downwards?
Kenneth
fine Abby any good,
Doctor
ur lost
Doctor
hey. im new year. economics teacher how we can discuss some thing interesting.
EDWINY
which one
Doctor
what do u understand the concept of poverty cycle.
EDWINY
hey
Ebong
I'm New here
Ebong
hi
ian
just new here guy's and also an Economics fresher of Kogi State University Anyigba
nelson
wxup
Ayegba
who can tell the laboratory of economic?
Amara
, Dennis Weissman Associates, LLC Laboratory Economics is the monthly business newsletter that gets behind the headlines and press releases.
Ayegba
sooo teah me what an LLC
Emmanuel
what's the topic
Adamsvictor Reply
economic systems
gracious
hello
Antonio
market
aba
hello where can I find the diagrams
Manu
Hello I am totally out ,I am not understanding why we are here. can someone help me out?
Amara
why Economic is not a pure science can someone help me out
Mohamed
because economics like science put forth a some hypotheses and then do experiments to prove them
Anwesh
but these experiments are not completely controlled
Anwesh
Hello
Comfort
hey
suraj
hi people can you help me out on "demand and supply"
Milton
Am not understanding can someone enlighten me pls
Bertilla
hi people can you help me out on "demand and supply"
Sessay
hello. if Mr.Patrick's income is #900.00 while that of Mr.Shodawe is #1300.00 if Mr.Patrick and Shodowe pay #90.00 and #130.00 as taxes,the tax system is?
Benjamin
I need the answer please
Benjamin
regressive tax system
shaikh
OK thanks
Benjamin
Isn't this called proportional tax rate because the rate stays the same - 10%? Tell me if I'm wrong
Ioan
Supply is perfectly elastic and demand increases.
kishore Reply
whose there
Waseem
show the demand curve
Hameed Reply
it slopes downward from left to right
Ama
how resources are allocated in a free economy
Charlotte Reply
explain how discriminating Monopoly increase profits
Charlotte
factors responsible for the emergence of monopoly situation
adelakun Reply
total output produced by a country over a given period of time .... can someone give me the term plz
TMM Reply
GDP
Anjorin
thaks man
TMM
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Anjorin
gross domestic products
janet
GDP
Bertilla
GDP
Prof
GDP
Bertilla
gross domestic product
gross domestic product
GDp
Mohamed
gdp
agboola
what is recession pertaining to GDP
Prince
what is recession pertaining to GDP
Prince
what is recession
Prince
law of demand and supply
Zakariyah
All thing been equal
Temple
no i think recession is pertaining to GNP
owolabi
gross national production
Abraham
what is embago
Peter
all things being equal
Raphael
embargo restriction on trade by government of a country
owolabi
an official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a particular country.
Ayegba
Embargo.....an order by a common carrier or publ regulatory agency prohibiting or restric freight transportation
Ayegba
it's a complete band on important n export
Bertilla
who is Really Good in Mathematics. put me Through. Let Do Group Reading; am Preparing to Write Jamb this Year.
Andrew
Hi. C+I+G+x-m
Shoaib
Gdp aggregate demand are bit same
Shoaib
Dpd = c+i+g+(x-m) is aggregate demand
Shoaib
Gdp=c+i+g+(x-m) is aggregate demand
Shoaib
GDP= c+i+s+g+(x-m)
Saboor
Topic ended waiting for next topic
Shoaib
What is Terms of Trade (TOT)?
DADA
At what point a Terms of Trade can be favorable?
DADA
Define Expansion path
Girma
While the American heart association suggests that meditation might be used in conjunction with more traditional treatments as a way to manage hypertension
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