The minimum wage is a price floor

Using supply and demand analysis, trace the economic impact of an increase in the minimum wage.

Write a paper with a substantive response to the question (minimum 150 – 200 words) in the participation assignment for the week. It should be substantive and scholarly in nature including academically appropriate references (unless you are asked to provide your opinion or a personal reflection on a specific question). source can be Cengage if neededThe minimum wage is a price floor

“Should The Hospitality Industry Invest More In Managing Multi-Cultural Issues?”

I need a paper between 800 and 1000 words with an Introduction that includes at least 2 citations, a body with 3 paragraphs containing 4 citations each. Paragraphs need to have positive and negative/ argument, counter-argument.
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Needs to have at least 2 references from books/journals

Automatic table of contents and all references in HARVARD STYLE referencing

OUTLINE FOR CASE ANALYSIS

Read and study the case and complete the questions at the end of the study. Use the case study outline below to assist you with your analysis. Questions should be answered using case study format. Ensure that you adequately explain the problem, describe alternative solutions and justify your recommendation. This exercise should be able to be completed in approximately 3-6 doubled space pages. Attached completed Case Study #1 as a MS Word document in the assignment area of the classroom – Case Study #1.

OUTLINE FOR CASE ANALYSIS
Title Page (APA formatted)
Case Name:
I. Major Facts
(State here the major facts as you see them. Make statements clear and concise for your own understanding as well as for the understanding of the other students and the instructor.)
II. Major Problem
(State here the major problem as you see it. Emphasize the present major problem. You may wish to phrase your statement in the form of a question. In a few cases, there may be more than one major problem. A good problem statement will be concise, usually only one sentence.)
III. Possible Solutions
A. (List here the possible solutions to the major problem. Let your imagination come up with alternative ways to solve the problem.
B. Do not limit yourself to only one or two possible solutions. These solutions should be distinct from each other.
C. However, you may wish to include portions of one solution in another solution, as long as each solution stands alone. Only in this manner will your subsequent choice be definitive.
D. Briefly note advantages and disadvantages of each possible solution.)
etc.
IV. Choice and Rationale
(State here your choice, A or B or ___ and the detailed reasons for your choice. You may also state your reasons for not choosing the other alternative solutions.)
V. Implementation
(Prepare a plan to implement your choice)
Appendix (Answer case study questions)
Reference Page (APA formatted)

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The Third Plate book

Instructions:  Questions below to answer.

  • If we want to be ethical eaters, what questions should we ask about our food?  Be specific and try not to simply repeat what others have already said. (Please give personal answer)
  • Miguel Medialdea asks Barber “What’s natural anymore?” (From The Third Plate Book) What is truly natural in our contemporary world? Be specific. (Please give personal answer as well).
  • What do you think of the following statement from Dan Barber? “True cuisine . . . is the foundation of culture. It determines a way of life.  We are as complex—or as monotone—as the foods we grow and consume.”
  • Glenn Roberts tells Barber that he sent him Eight Row corn to make him a “beacon.” He says “you’re the little light I put down in the darkness.” What does he mean by this?
  • How do you feel about humankind after reading the last two chapters of Barber’s book? Be specific and use quotes from the text to back up your answers.

 

 

Real Estate Market Analysis

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Purpose

MBA Business Plan component

 

Context

One of the most important elements in a business plan is the market analysis. A market analysis is a qualitative and quantitative assessment of a market. It includes data collection and estimation in reference to the market size and value; characteristics of the intended customer base; in-depth understanding of the competition; barriers to entry and the regulatory environment. An accurate and detailed market analysis allows entrepreneurs to determine whether the market is sufficiently large to build a sustainable, profitable business. In this assignment, you will prepare a portion of the market analysis for your proposed business. You will create a report that can be included as part of your digital portfolio.

 

Instructions

Write a 525-word report that includes the following sections:

  • Section 1: Business overview, mission and vision
  • Section 2: Market analysis
  • Section 3: Recommendation

Use the Market Analysis Research document for details on what to include in each section.

 

Cite references to support your assignment.

 

Format your citations according to APA guidelines.

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Why has handwritten lettering become so popular in the subject area of Graphic Design?

Why has handwritten lettering become so popular in the subject area of Graphic Design? This has been my interest in Graphic Design and I would like to explore it further.

There are a huge variety of different styles of typeface suitable for every conceivable requirement. They are clear and perfectly made for typography. So, why is it that so many new handwritten fonts appear more and more in the public domain, in digital publishing, in advertising, editorial design, television and brand packaging to name but a few? Brands that use handwritten fonts are also becoming more and more common. Why is this? I want to investigate the reasons behind these changes and find out why, despite such an abundance of digital font choices available to designers, handmade lettering is increasingly making its way into mainstream graphic design practice. I want to evidence key brands that have taken on this trend and analyse their effectiveness.

I am in BA Graphic Arts and I am interest in typography. I have worked with hundreds of fonts from the computer font library and from many sourced on the internet. Fonts are easy to read and use on all digital supports. There are a huge variety of different styles of typeface suitable for the variety of project briefs I work towards. I am interested in how handwritten fonts start from pen and paper to digital typography.
We can question, is it that the sensation of a pen on paper is something we can’t experience with digital devices where people simply touch or interact with a cold surface? The handwritten becomes an art form due to the evolution of technology. Some may argue that the younger generation are used to tapping away on a keyboard or screen just as much as writing in a notepad. It could be argued that younger children don’t learn how to write in a calligraphic way anymore and resort to digital processes.
We are so used to digital fonts and typography, but I personally find the handwritten more attractive and adopt this approach within my own practice. During my research I have noticed this illustrative trend about hand-lettering and handwritten art like the Bullet Journal trend, which is an agenda/journal that people create themselves by drawing their calendar page, week pages or daily pages, decorating all those pages by hand, starting from a simple blank notebook. This may indeed be a reference I refer to within my dissertation.

Why has handwritten lettering become so popular in the subject area of Graphic Design?

Why has handwritten lettering become so popular in the subject area of Graphic Design? This has been my interest in Graphic Design and I would like to explore it further.

There are a huge variety of different styles of typeface suitable for every conceivable requirement. They are clear and perfectly made for typography. So, why is it that so many new handwritten fonts appear more and more in the public domain, in digital publishing, in advertising, editorial design, television and brand packaging to name but a few? Brands that use handwritten fonts are also becoming more and more common. Why is this? I want to investigate the reasons behind these changes and find out why, despite such an abundance of digital font choices available to designers, handmade lettering is increasingly making its way into mainstream graphic design practice. I want to evidence key brands that have taken on this trend and analyse their effectiveness.

I am in BA Graphic Arts and I am interest in typography. I have worked with hundreds of fonts from the computer font library and from many sourced on the internet. Fonts are easy to read and use on all digital supports. There are a huge variety of different styles of typeface suitable for the variety of project briefs I work towards. I am interested in how handwritten fonts start from pen and paper to digital typography.
We can question, is it that the sensation of a pen on paper is something we can’t experience with digital devices where people simply touch or interact with a cold surface? The handwritten becomes an art form due to the evolution of technology. Some may argue that the younger generation are used to tapping away on a keyboard or screen just as much as writing in a notepad. It could be argued that younger children don’t learn how to write in a calligraphic way anymore and resort to digital processes.
We are so used to digital fonts and typography, but I personally find the handwritten more attractive and adopt this approach within my own practice. During my research I have noticed this illustrative trend about hand-lettering and handwritten art like the Bullet Journal trend, which is an agenda/journal that people create themselves by drawing their calendar page, week pages or daily pages, decorating all those pages by hand, starting from a simple blank notebook. This may indeed be a reference I refer to within my dissertation.