When there is a larger demand for more expensive commodities, the demand for money increases and the cost to borrow follows. This is following the theory of money demand. (Sparknotes, 2013) It is true for a decrease in output. The fewer consumers are willing to buy, the lower the demand of money is creating lower interest rates. This can be seen in the housing market.
Carla Blackwell Econ 210- Macroeconomics 4/20/15 Phase 2 IP Alan Witty Part 1 The basic formula for calculating the GDP is: Y = C + I + E + G. In this formula, the letter Y is your GDP. C indicates consumer spending. The letter I would symbolize the investment made by industry. The letter E is the excess of exports over imports, while the letter G indicates government spending. To calculate the GDP of a certain x then one would input numeric values in the place where the letters are in the formula.
Three alternative strategies that Chrysler could have put into play: develop a segmentation strategy that goes beyond only gender, through extensive marketing research and testing, identify and develop new differentiating features that meet consumers' demand, and differentiate the vehicle from the Jeep Liberty in more ways than just appearance. The pro that could possible emerge from developing a segmentation strategy that goes beyond only gender is that it would allow for more accurate market segmentation. The con could be that it risks the reduction of market share. The pro that could come through extensive marketing research and testing is the increase in market share. If Chrysler is willing to go forth with this strategy they must be willing to invest a significant amount into marketing research, it is very costly.
An internal stakeholder is someone linked internally to the organisation that has certain interests which they might look into such as managers might employees might want to have higher wages and owners would want their shares prices to increase to give them more profit when they decide tom sell them. External stakeholders are individuals or groups such as suppliers, the public, lenders and customers which influence and are influenced by an organization but are not involved internally with the business. There are several types of stakeholders as seen below. Michelin Manufacturing Company Customers The interests of the customers are too able to buy good quality tyres that will be efficient, cheap and will be able to last a long time. Also to make sure the tyres are attractive and look good on their specific car.
One factor which was responsible for roughly one-third of hybrid vehicles purchased in 2007 was an increase in the price of gasoline. The increase in sales due to higher gasoline prices describe the economic concept of A) using assumptions to simplify. B) ceteris paribus. C) marginal thinking. D) rationalself interest.
It provided the largest existing opportunity and 2. ISC felt that the aftermarket use of ISC’s technology would translate back to OEM’s purchasing decision and that they would follow suit with their customers. Despite having a strong relationship with OEM’s such as AT&T, we feel that ISC would inevitably have less power in the OEM partnership. ATT sales force’s interests were not aligned with ISC’s sales goals. This misalignment was due to the fact that the technology would reduce the need for more base stations and ATT sales people were paid on the number of base stations sold.
The price is a big factor of promotion and when Skoda tries set the price as low as possible or even gives out big discount to all customers. This could be free car insurances, free service or even cash back. This not just going to increase sales profit, it will also set a good relationship to the other insurances provider or even local MOT/ Service. Place The place is where the
Focusing on these parameters takes the marketing of Thorr Motorcycles in a new direction to reach a greater customer base. Lifestyle image influences consumer buying power. Customers buy into what the company represents in the industry rather than the functionality of the product. Thorr Motorcycles’ image rates high, at 9.2, in the market research study. Service offering ensures consumer loyalty.
Under first in, first out (FIFO), the first costs into inventory are the first costs assigned to costs of goods sold. Last in, last out (LIFO) costing assigns the last costs of inventory to the first costs of goods sold. A fast moving consumer goods company (FMCG) in times of rising prices would pay less income tax if it used the LIFO inventory accounting method. A FMCG in times of rising prices that uses LIFO would be selling its inventory with the highest prices. This would increase the costs of goods sold and lower the net income for the company for that accounting period.
The elements of the projects that imply a greater risk are the projects with longer payback periods. This is because a longer payback period implies that the company could have trouble generating cash flows and with so much debt that is a huge issue to creditors and investors alike. There are synergies and conflicts among the projects and are important in determining if some could be completed simultaneously. The projects that are interested in expansion and increasing market demand correlate with each other and depend on if they can generate enough sales and resources to make it worthwhile. The efficiency projects all have some level or synergy and conflicts among them as