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    (Original post by citibankrec)
    Paper was straightforward.
    I think it will be 63 for an A
    You only got 23 on the MCQs
    Up hill struggle for the rest i'm afraid.

    Looks like good points though.
    Thank you, I am, however, aware that the student room is the best representative in relation to national average with twitter showing signs of mass dissatisfaction and many of my peers too in particular with the 15 marker.

    I think it will be 61 for an A however I reckon I would have got 9/10 12/15 and 21/25 so I reckon I'll get the A also my micro went really well and macro went really well barring one question.

    Glad you have said my points looks good, good luck with your results
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    (Original post by ChairmanMeow1601)
    Guys, I'm freaking out about the 25 marker. I used a cost-benefit analysis for/against structure for the intervention. Were we only supposed to write positive reasons for intervention?
    No you do both. So positive and negative reasons/ cost-benefit analysis.
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    (Original post by will.h)
    I'm not entirely sure, I'm not an A student myself but I think if you mentioned both sides of the argument you would be fine. Did you only write about should?
    I definitely evaluated all my shoulds but i wrote about How and not Why they should intervene, but i guess i did convey why as well. Urghhh this is so stressful
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    Sras right- world comod
    Lras productivity I
    ndex number 126
    Pes 12
    Multiplier 47.5
    Value Judgement politics
    Money markets- treasury bills other banks
    Prod eff mc=ac
    National debt- total cumulated stock borrowing
    Shift AD was nudges
    Consumer surplus reduced (pos externality diagram)
    Construction- improved conditions
    Tax- 5000
    Constant returns- ?
    Yield- 120
    Real wage unemployment
    Hdi illiteracy
    Living conditions probably improved
    Inflation highest 107
    Gini coefficient 1 most unequal
    Mrp- Total rev gained per extra worker employed
    Profit maximising output- 11 units ?
    Opportunity cost- higher USA
    Lodr- mu falls as consumption increases
    Over fishing
    Invention- designing something new and innovation- making the good 19/23

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    (Original post by Kholmes1)
    No you do both. So positive and negative reasons/ cost-benefit analysis.
    Phew!
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    Grade boundary predictions out of the 3 exams?
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    (Original post by citibankrec)
    Grade boundary predictions out of the 3 exams?
    between 66-68 in all 3 - A*
    between 60-62 in all 3 - A
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    (Original post by FTSE420)
    between 66-68 in all 3 - A*
    between 60-62 in all 3 - A
    what about for a b or c
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    Hey I posted earlier but no one awnsered, I think that paper was okay I'm only worried about the 25 marker, first off I made 2 for arguments one against.
    But on one of my arguments I said steel production in uk can be seen as a positive production externality as it leads to more jobs and AD and helps exporting etc. Should I have said it was a positive production externality and should be subsidised?
    Also I didn't really talk about tarrifs but I did draw a world supply diagram and said if gib do not intervene they can import steel and manufactured goods and re allocate resources to services sector to develop a comparative advantage. Is it okay to not specifically discuss tarrifs

    Other than that I'm happy how much am I gonna be persecuted
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    (Original post by FTSE420)
    between 66-68 in all 3 - A*
    between 60-62 in all 3 - A
    I reckon an A will be 60. Interestingly, the last time a new spec was introduced (June 2009) the % for an A was 69%. It's actually didn't make any sense setting that low, the old spec was a lot easier with lenient marking.
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    [QUOTE=junky27;72284496]Sras right- world comod
    Lras productivity I
    ndex number 126
    Pes 12
    Multiplier 47.5
    Value Judgement politics
    Money markets- treasury bills other banks
    Prod eff mc=ac
    National debt- total cumulated stock borrowing
    Shift AD was nudges
    Consumer surplus reduced (pos externality diagram)
    Construction- improved conditions
    Tax- 5000
    Constant returns- ?
    Yield- 120
    Real wage unemployment
    Hdi illiteracy
    Living conditions probably improved
    Inflation highest 107
    Gini coefficient 1 most unequal
    Mrp- Total rev gained per extra worker employed
    Profit maximising output- 11 units ?
    Opportunity cost- higher USA
    Lodr- mu falls as consumption increases
    Over fishing
    Invention- designing something new and innovation- making the good 19/23

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    Anyone ? I though that it was lower opportunity cost in Brazil one
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    (Original post by junky27)
    Sras right- world comod
    Lras productivity I
    ndex number 126
    Pes 12
    Multiplier 47.5
    Value Judgement politics
    Money markets- treasury bills other banks
    Prod eff mc=ac
    National debt- total cumulated stock borrowing
    Shift AD was nudges
    Consumer surplus reduced (pos externality diagram)
    Construction- improved conditions
    Tax- 5000
    Constant returns- ?
    Yield- 120
    Real wage unemployment
    Hdi illiteracy
    Living conditions probably improved
    Inflation highest 107
    Gini coefficient 1 most unequal
    Mrp- Total rev gained per extra worker employed
    Profit maximising output- 11 units ?
    Opportunity cost- higher USA
    Lodr- mu falls as consumption increases
    Over fishing
    Invention- designing something new and innovation- making the good 19/23

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    Anyone ? I though that it was lower opportunity cost in Brazil one
    I put the constant returns as the first or second line, also the pos externality diagram was DWL .
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    (Original post by Simosos)

    I put the constant returns as the first or second line, also the pos externality diagram was DWL .
    Pretty sure it was a fall in consumer surplus XYZ all the others weren't viable
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    (Original post by junky27)
    Sras right- world comod
    Lras productivity I
    ndex number 126
    Pes 12
    Multiplier 47.5
    Value Judgement politics
    Money markets- treasury bills other banks
    Prod eff mc=ac
    National debt- total cumulated stock borrowing
    Shift AD was nudges
    Consumer surplus reduced (pos externality diagram)
    Construction- improved conditions
    Tax- 5000
    Constant returns- ?
    Yield- 120
    Real wage unemployment
    Hdi illiteracy
    Living conditions probably improved
    Inflation highest 107
    Gini coefficient 1 most unequal
    Mrp- Total rev gained per extra worker employed
    Profit maximising output- 11 units ?
    Opportunity cost- higher USA
    Lodr- mu falls as consumption increases
    Over fishing
    Invention- designing something new and innovation- making the good 19/23

    5 to go:
    Anyone ? I though that it was lower opportunity cost in Brazil one
    It was higher in uSA as you had to do the calculations. How many units did you do for prof max, constant returns and did you do fall in consumer surplus? Do you see any that I have missed
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    It was higher in uSA as you had to do the calculations. How many units did you do for prof max, constant returns and did you do fall in consumer surplus? Do you see any that I have missed
    Can't remember what I put for them. There was one that stayed about the market failure associated with unemployment. I said due to changes in the pattern of demand people are immobile which results in the market failure of unemployment.
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    (Original post by Simosos)

    It was higher in uSA as you had to do the calculations. How many units did you do for prof max, constant returns and did you do fall in consumer surplus? Do you see any that I have missed
    Can't remember what I put for them. There was one that stayed about the market failure associated with unemployment. I said due to changes in the pattern of demand people are immobile which results in the market failure of unemployment.
    I did public good as education for that one
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    [QUOTE=junky27;72287074][QUOTE=Simosos;72287020][QUOTE=junky27;72286950]

    I did public good as education for that one

    I'm clueless with that one tbh
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    (Original post by junky27)

    I did public good as education for that one

    I'm clueless with that one tbh
    So do you remember any others. 3 qs I don't remember ATM as got 27 on the list
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    (Original post by Simosos)

    So do you remember any others. 3 qs I don't remember ATM as got 27 on the list
    the loan that created increased liability asset and money supply
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    (Original post by junky27)
    Sras right- world comod
    Lras productivity I
    ndex number 126
    Pes 12
    Multiplier 47.5
    Value Judgement politics
    Money markets- treasury bills other banks
    Prod eff mc=ac
    National debt- total cumulated stock borrowing
    Shift AD was nudges
    Consumer surplus reduced (pos externality diagram)
    Construction- improved conditions
    Tax- 5000
    Constant returns- ?
    Yield- 120
    Real wage unemployment
    Hdi illiteracy
    Living conditions probably improved
    Inflation highest 107
    Gini coefficient 1 most unequal
    Mrp- Total rev gained per extra worker employed
    Profit maximising output- 11 units ?
    Opportunity cost- higher USA
    Lodr- mu falls as consumption increases
    Over fishing
    Invention- designing something new and innovation- making the good 19/23

    5 to go:
    Anyone ?
    I don't think to Shift AD was nudges. Its very debatable if people want to remove stuff In lofts. I said subsidy.
 
 
 
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