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    (Original post by BlueArmy-CFC)
    For the 18 marker, could you have talked about environmental taxes...this is different from indirect tax right?

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    nah lad 0/18 for that lad
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    What were everyone's level 4 comments for the 18 marker? Also, for the indirect tax diagrams, which curve shifts?
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    (Original post by BlueArmy-CFC)
    You didn't have to say however, as the question didn't say comment

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    True dat, if you comment on an explain question you're just a cheese muncher
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    Hi guys I'm really worried, for the determinants of DEMAND, I put incomes which I know is right, but I also put an increase in the population, is that correct? :mad:
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    If you comment on an explain question you're a bit of a silly wi**y
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    (Original post by MrHogwash)
    Textbook definition of specialisation: Division of Labour, a process whereby the production process is broken down into a sequence of stages, and workers are assigned to particular stages.
    Nice one lad, did they ask for textbook definition?
    NO
    who's the silly w***y
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    (Original post by Lilyghz)
    What were everyone's level 4 comments for the 18 marker? Also, for the indirect tax diagrams, which curve shifts?
    Supply curve. It increases costs of production (internalises cost) and so the supply curve contracts.

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    For the 18marker I only had 15minutes. I made an introduction by defining market failure. Argument for and against taxing pollution, threw in a diagram. Chose pollution permits as an alternative and described why it would be a better choice. final judgement was to pick pollution permits

    What marks do you guys think this will get me?
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    (Original post by Lilyghz)
    What were everyone's level 4 comments for the 18 marker? Also, for the indirect tax diagrams, which curve shifts?
    If you don't know that an indirect tax is placed on producers and therefore ****s supply get off this forum, bad weapons
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    (Original post by MrHogwash)
    For the 18marker I only had 15minutes. I made an introduction by defining market failure. Argument for and against taxing pollution, threw in a diagram. Chose pollution permits as an alternative and described why it would be a better choice. final judgement was to pick pollution permits

    What marks do you guys think this will get me?
    Need a solid analysis before you can get evaluation marks. Probably stuck in L2 there la, plus your L1 seems poor. I'd say you've got about 3/18, bad wool
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    (Original post by Chris Muir)
    If you don't know that an indirect tax is placed on producers and therefore ****s supply get off this forum, bad weapons
    backing that get back to your orphanage bird
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    (Original post by FredRussell97)
    Nice one lad, did they ask for textbook definition?
    NO
    who's the silly w***y
    "What about for the specialisation question saying that the firm couldn't access all their market because of only concentrating on a few products?- disadvantage"



    Specialisation has nothing to do with entering a market. I gave you the definition of it to show that it isn't.

    Who's the silly w**Y now?
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    (Original post by MrHogwash)
    For the 18marker I only had 15minutes. I made an introduction by defining market failure. Argument for and against taxing pollution, threw in a diagram. Chose pollution permits as an alternative and described why it would be a better choice. final judgement was to pick pollution permits

    What marks do you guys think this will get me?
    15 MINUTES?!?!?!?!?!?!
    I think you're perfect apprenticeship material have you looked here:
    http://jobs.mcdonalds.co.uk/
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    (Original post by MrHogwash)
    "What about for the specialisation question saying that the firm couldn't access all their market because of only concentrating on a few products?- disadvantage"



    Specialisation has nothing to do with entering a market. I gave the definition of it to show that it isn't.

    Who's the silly w**Y now?
    It means firms focus on a narrow range of product, hence they are not as competitive and do not appeal to the whole market as they fail to focus on a range of products. Disadvantage for the firm, ming
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    (Original post by Chris Muir)
    It means firms focus on a narrow range of product, hence they are not as competitive and do not appeal to the whole market as they fail to focus on a range of products. Disadvantage for the firm, ming
    At least somebody on this thread knows what they're talking about... You bunch of rug munchers
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    (Original post by FredRussell97)
    15 MINUTES?!?!?!?!?!?!
    I think you're perfect apprenticeship material have you looked here:
    http://jobs.mcdonalds.co.uk/

    Came late to the exam.
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    (Original post by MrHogwash)
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    Calm it down guys lol, this isn't the Jeremy Kyle show

    Also 15 minutes?! That's hardly any time o.O I usually spend about 35-40 minutes on the essay
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    (Original post by Knowing)
    Calm it down guys lol, this isn't the Jeremy Kyle show

    Also 15 minutes?! That's hardly any time o.O I usually spend about 35-40 minutes on the essay
    Do you think INCOMES and POPULATIONS are valid points for the determinants of demand?
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    (Original post by justfly)
    Do you think INCOMES and POPULATIONS are valid points for the determinants of demand?
    Does Chris Muir snort beak, of course )
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    (Original post by justfly)
    Do you think INCOMES and POPULATIONS are valid points for the determinants of demand?
    Incomes are definitely valid.

    Population probably will be too, judging by previous marks schemes, but I'm not sure.
 
 
 
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