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The Development of Law

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Have you ever used the term, “that should be outlawed!” Think of an issue that you believe should be illegal. It can be something light-hearted such as a law against man-buns or wearing socks with sandals. Explain how this cause becomes law. Consider constitutional challenges, both state and federal, support/opposition parties, enforcement policies, and criminal consequences, sentencing and punishment.

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The Kobo 360 Entrepreneurship Presentation


Watch the Kobo 360 video, a recorded presentation by someone who started a company. Watch the video and pay close attention to the reason behind the business idea and how it evolved.  There is no formal roadmap to becoming an entrepreneur and every journey is unique, but models and methods help us learn and prepare for entrepreneurship. Demonstrate you can analyze how an entrepreneur uses models and common methods in their own situation.

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Government Debt

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1. How does the evolution of the debt-to-GDP ratio Bt/Yt depend on g (the growth rate) and i (the interest rate)?

2. Consider the steady-state debt-to-GDP ratio bss = B Y = (G − T)/Y g − i

(a) Derive this relationship mathematically. What does this relationship describe?

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Deflation & Liquidity Trap

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 1. Inflation is usually understood to mean positive inflation – i.e., an increase in the general price level over time. Given this, what do you think “deflation” means?

2. Using the Fisher equation, describe why deflation can be dangerous. In the context of a recession, explain how a potential “deflationary spiral” would work.

3. If you were the Fed Chairman, how would you respond to deflation?

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A Post Modern Short Story

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Create a Post Modern short story in which the characters and actions challenge modern notions of “truth.” The story needs to be written from a man’s perspective or gender neutral.

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DARD of Northern Ireland

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The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) of Northern Ireland case study provides an opportunity for you to be creative and to imagine that you are developing appropriate evaluation devices and performance measures. As a public manager, you may be asked to develop these criteria as part of the strategic change process.

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Health Intervention Plan

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 Pick a disorder or health condition that interests you (e.g. heart disease, diabetes, depression, obesity, etc.). Do some research into the condition and find a health intervention (i.e. some sort of attempt at changing behavior in a way that promotes good health) that has evidence to support it being used to prevent the occurrence of the disorder. Then, devise a health promotion effort that is based on one of the theories that could be used to convince a group of people to participate in the new healthy behavior.

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The Jewish War by Josephus

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After reading the Jewish War by Josephus What does Josephus points to as the causes of the Jewish War?what were the Jews unhappy about according to him?

Clinic Guidelines for Gestational Diabetes

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Introduce an overview of a healthcare system practice guideline for gestational diabetes. Discuss how different professionals in the healthcare system (Nurses, Pharmacists, Technicians, Nurse Educators, CFO, etc.) are held to this guideline.

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Estate, Caste & Class Systems

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How are estate, caste and class systems different? How are they similar? Define each system  and explain each of their functions in detail

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