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A Brief History of the Warr With the Indians in New-England By Increase Mather
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This is a contemporary account of one of the first major conflicts (known as “King Philip’s War”) between the early European colonists and the Indians in New England. Named after... More > the Indian leader (who appropriated the European-sounding name), the brutal struggle ended in the total defeat of the Amerinds and their near extinction in the colony. Mather, writing from a devoutly Puritan perspective, argued that the Indian Wars were a “scourge” sent by God to punish the colonists. This gripping account provides not only an insight into the defensive war which the United Colonies (Massachusetts, Plymouth, and Connecticut) waged against a treacherous enemy who attacked and murdered their settlements without provocation but also of the religious fanaticism which drove the early European pioneers in North America.< Less
A Brief History of the Warr With the Indians in New-England By Increase Mather
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This is a contemporary account of one of the first major conflicts (known as “King Philip’s War”) between the early European colonists and the Indians in New England. Named after... More > the Indian leader (who appropriated the European-sounding name), the brutal struggle ended in the total defeat of the Amerinds and their near extinction in the colony. Mather, writing from a devoutly Puritan perspective, argued that the Indian Wars were a “scourge” sent by God to punish the colonists. This gripping account provides not only an insight into the defensive war which the United Colonies (Massachusetts, Plymouth, and Connecticut) waged against a treacherous enemy who attacked and murdered their settlements without provocation but also of the religious fanaticism which drove the early European pioneers in North America.< Less
Increase and Decrease in Investment By Homework Help Classof1
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Oceanic Pacific Company has decided to conduct a series of experiments to determine the amount of tuna that could be caught with different crew sizes. Explain the point of diminishing returns
Why do College Graduates Earn Higher Wages? By Homework Help Classof1
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In 2007 the typical college graduate earned roughly twice as much as the typical high school graduate. There are two explanations for the college premium. The first explanation is based on supply and... More > demand analysis. A college education provides the skills necessary to enter certain occupations, so a college graduate has more job options than a high-school graduate. Both high-school grads and college grads can fill jobs that require only a high-school education, so the supply of workers for these low-skill jobs is plentiful, and the equilibrium wage for these jobs is low.< Less
Market Structure and the Wage Jobs Trade-off By Homework Help Classof1
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"The major factor in the trade-off between wages and employment is the output effect. An increase in the wage increases the product price and decreases the firms output, so the firm hires fewer... More > workers. When will the output effect be relatively large? "< Less
The Impact on Wage and Employment in Developing Country due to Gifts from a Developed Nation By Homework Help Classof1
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"In his recent book “The End of Poverty”, economist Jeffrey Sachs of Columbia University advocates a big increase in gifts (not loans) from rich countries to developing countries.... More > Suppose that rich countries surprisingly commit to much higher official aid, to be maintained for several decades. What would be the effect of such aid on? (a) The real wage and hours worked in the short run; (b) The real wage and hours worked in the long run? Explain your answers. "< Less
INCREASING HUMAN EFFICIENCY IN BUSINESS A CONTRIBUTION TO THE PSYCHOLOGY OF BUSINESS By WALTER DILL SCOTT
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CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE I. THE POSSIBILITY OF INCREASING HUMAN EFFICIENCY......1 II. IMITATION AS A MEANS OF INCREASING HUMAN ... More > EFFICIENCY......................................26 III. COMPETITION AS A MEANS OF INCREASING HUMAN EFFICIENCY......................................48 IV. LOYALTY AS A MEANS OF INCREASING HUMAN EFFICIENCY......................................75 V. CONCENTRATION AS A MEANS OF INCREASING HUMAN EFFICIENCY...............................104 VI. WAGES AS A MEANS OF INCREASING HUMAN EFFICIENCY.....................................132 VII. PLEASURE AS A MEANS OF INCREASING HUMAN AND MORE< Less
INCREASING HUMAN EFFICIENCY IN BUSINESS A CONTRIBUTION TO THE PSYCHOLOGY OF BUSINESS By WALTER DILL SCOTT
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CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE I. THE POSSIBILITY OF INCREASING HUMAN EFFICIENCY......1 II. IMITATION AS A MEANS OF INCREASING HUMAN ... More > EFFICIENCY......................................26 III. COMPETITION AS A MEANS OF INCREASING HUMAN EFFICIENCY......................................48 IV. LOYALTY AS A MEANS OF INCREASING HUMAN EFFICIENCY......................................75 V. CONCENTRATION AS A MEANS OF INCREASING HUMAN EFFICIENCY...............................104 VI. WAGES AS A MEANS OF INCREASING HUMAN EFFICIENCY.....................................132 VII. PLEASURE AS A MEANS OF INCREASING HUMAN AND MORE< Less
The Demand For Labor By Homework Help Classof1
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"The demand for labor and other productive inputs is different from the demand for consumer products such as iPods, books, haircuts, and pizza. Firms use workers to produce the products demanded... More > by consumers, and so economists say that labor demand is a derived demand. That is, it is determined by, or derived from, the demand for the products that workers produce. "< Less
Labor Union By Homework Help Classof1
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A labor union is a group of workers organized to increase job security, improve working conditions, and increase wages and fringe benefits. Acting as a group, union members have some control over the... More > wages and fringe benefits they receive.< Less