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Should Tiger Woods Mow His Own Lawn

Tiger Woods spends a lot of time walking around on grass. One of the most talented golfers of all time, he can hit a drive and sink a putt in a way that most casual golfers only dream of doing. Most likely, he is talented at other activities too. For example, let's imagine that Woods can mow his lawn faster than anyone else. But just because he can mow his lawn fast, does this mean he should To answer this question, we can use the concepts of opportunity cost and comparative advantage. Let's say that Woods can mow his lawn in 2 hours. In that same 2 hours, he could film a television commercial for Nike and earn 10,000. By contrast, Forrest Gump, the boy next door, can mow Woods's lawn in 4 hours. In that same 4 hours, he could work at McDonald's and earn 20. In this example, Woods's opportunity cost of mowing the lawn is 10,000 and Forrest's opportunity cost is 20. Woods has an absolute advantage in mowing lawns because he can do the work in less time. Yet Forrest has a comparative...

Commonality and Noneconomic Interaction

The set of manners, the customary modes for personal behavior, which reflects the mutual acceptance of limits, will of course vary somewhat from culture to culture, but it is relatively easy to think of examples in any setting. I do not start my power mower early on Sunday morning, and my neighbor does not play stereo music loudly after eleven at night. Both of us recognize the possibly harmful effects on the other, and we refrain from imposing costs in this manner, even at some personal sacrifice. If one of us violates this set of live and let live'' rules, the other is prompted to take specific action in redress. If my neighbor operates his stereo loudly in the wee hours, and does this repeatedly, I should be prompted to try deliberately to annoy him with my lawn mower, to get the police to enforce the antinoise or antinuisance ordinance, or, if one does not exist, to try to get the town council to enact such an ordinance. If all else fails, I might then resort to direct physical...

Some difficulties in the existing theory of externalities

What then is an 'externality' As the word implies it is something, which occurs as a sort of byproduct of any action. If I mow my lawn, the noise may annoy my neighbor. This is an externality. Similarly if I hire somebody to mow my lawn, this voluntary contract may also noisily annoy my neighbor. This is also an externality. These are private externalities, but it is possible for government to do things, which annoy people who live outside its jurisdiction. War is an obvious case, but there are

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If your local gas station raised the price it charges for gasoline by 20 percent, it would see a large drop in the amount of gasoline it sold. Its customers would quickly switch to buying their gasoline at other gas stations. By contrast, if your local water company raised the price of water by 20 percent, it would see only a small decrease in the amount of water it sold. People might water their lawns less often and buy more water-efficient shower heads, but they would be hard-pressed to reduce water consumption greatly and would be unlikely to find another supplier. The difference between the gasoline market and the water market is obvious There are many firms pumping gasoline, but there is only one firm pumping water. As you might expect, this difference in market structure shapes the pricing and production decisions of the firms that operate in these markets.

Firms in Competitive Markets

If your local gas station raised its price for gasoline by 20 percent, it would see a large drop in the amount of gasoline it sold. Its customers would quickly switch to buying their gasoline at other gas stations. By contrast, if your local water company raised the price of water by 20 percent, it would see only a small decrease in the amount of water it sold. People might water their lawns less often and buy more water-efficient showerheads, but they would be hard-pressed to reduce water consumption greatly and would be unlikely to find another supplier. The difference between the gasoline market and the water market is obvious Many firms supply gasoline to the local market, but only one firm supplies water. As you might expect, this difference in market structure shapes the pricing and pnxluetion divisions of tin' firms that operate in these markets.

Capital and Private Property

The environment is another example where poorly designed property rights harm the economy. Water and air are generally open-access resources, meaning that no one owns and controls them. As the saying goes, Everyone's business is nobody's business. As a result, people do not weigh all the costs of their actions. Someone might throw trash into the water or emit smoke into the air because the costs of dirty water or foul air are borne by other people. By contrast, people are less likely to throw trash on their own lawn or burn coal in their own living room because they themselves will bear the costs.

What did you do after you graduated college

Have me, but I didn't have the work experience, which I found out was one of the entry requirements at Emory at the time. The only work experience I had was mowing lawns and summer jobs at a steel mill, which didn't exactly qualify. I decided to get work experience by applying for a job in the brokerage industry. There was a fellow who lived near me who worked at a brokerage firm and thought I was industrious because he had seen me mowing lawns in the neighborhood. Also, he had played college football, and he liked the idea that I had been a college athlete as well. He told me that he would give me a shot as a broker, even though I didn't have the typical profile.

Capital Costs and Other Costs

For example, if Sergio bought a new law-nmower to accommodate new- landscaping clients, rather than for replacement, he would be increasing the capacity of his lawn-mowing service. The capital cost of the lawnmower in the first year would be its associated loss in market value over that year. The installation cost would probably be negligible.

The family firm marriage

Ingly important, and has become the focus for much litigation on divorce (Parkman, 1992 Brinig, 1997). In most marriages couples also specialize, and frequently the specialization is along gendered lines (Becker, 1991 Brinig, 1994c). Although most married women in the United States currently remain in the labour force, they continue to assume a disproportionate share of the household production functions (Manser and Brown, 1980) and are particularly involved with the rearing of children (Zick and Geurer, 1991). Men, on the other hand, tend to specialize in jobs outside the home, including not only labour force participation, but also work on the home exterior, the lawn and the family car. This specialization has the effect of making divorces more costly to women, who typically cannot carry enhanced earning capacity outside the marriage and into other relationships (Landes, 1978 Lloyd Cohen, 1987). Children, who possess some of the attributes of public goods, make some divorces...

Limitations of Concentration Ratios and HHI Information

Additional problems occur because concentration ratios and HHI information provide an imperfect view of market structure by including only firms that are currently active in a particular industry. Recall that an economic market includes all firms willing and able to sell an identifiable product. Besides firms currently active in an industry, this includes those that can be regarded as likely potential entrants. Often the mere presence of one or more potential entrants constitutes a sufficient threat to force competitive market behavior in industries with only a handful of established competitors. Major retailers such as Wal-Mart, Target, and Sears, for example, use their positions as potential entrants into manufacturing to obtain attractive prices on a wide range of private-label merchandise such as clothing, lawn mowers, washing machines, and so on.

Problems And Applications

Bob's lawn-mowing service is a profit-maximizing, competitive Arm. Bob mows lawns for 527 each. His total cost each day is 280, of which S30 is a fixed cost. He mows 10 lawns a day. What can you say about Bob's short-run decision regarding shutdown arwl his long-run decision regarding exit

Replacement Example

Sergio likes hiring engineering students to work in his landscaping business during the summer because they are such hard workers and have a lot of common sense. The students are always complaining about maintenance problems with the lawnmowers, which are subject to a lot of use and wear out fairly quickly. His routine has been to replace the machines every five years. Clarissa, one of the engineering student workers, has suggested that replacing them more often might make sense, since so much time is lost when there is a breakdown, in addition to the actual repair cost. I've checked the records, and have made some estimates that might help us figure out the best time to replace the machines, Clarissa reports. Even' time there is a breakdown, the average cost to fix the machine is S60. In addition to that, there is an average loss of two hours of time at S20 per hour. As far as the number of repairs required goes, the pattern seems to be zero repairs the first season we use a new...

Trade Barriers And Popular Trade Fallacies

As long as there are differences between countries when it comes to their comparative advantages, gains from trade will be possible, no matter what the wages of the employees in the two countries are. Trade reflects relative advantage, not wage levels. We can illustrate this point using trade between individuals. No one argues that trade between doctors and lawn service workers, for example, will cause the wages of doctors to fall. Because of their different skills and costs of providing alternative goods, both high-wage doctors and low-wage lawn care workers can gain from trade. The same is also true for trade between rich and poor nations.

Robert F Engle III

When I was growing up in suburban Philadelphia, my mother would sometimes take me over to Swarthmore College to the Physics library. It was a small dusty room with windows out over a big lawn with trees. The books cracked when I opened them they smelled old and had faded gold letters on the spine. This little room was exhilarating. I opened books by the famous names in physics and read about quantum mechanics, elementary particles and the history of the universe. I didn't understand too much but kept piecing together my limited ideas. I kept wondering whether I would understand these things when I was older and had studied in college or graduate school. I developed a love of science and the scientific method. I think this is why I studied econometrics it is the place where theory meets reality. It is the place where data on the economy tests the validity of economic theory.

Conclusion

You should now understand more fully the benefits of living in an interdependent economy- When Americans buy tube socks from China, when residents of Maine drink orange juice from Florida, and when a homeowner hires the kid next door to mow the lawn, the same economic forces are at work. The principle of comparative advantage shows that trade can make everyone better off.

Supply

In order to earn some extra money, you are considering opening a lawn or babysitting service. Brainstorm the resources you would need. What specific services would you offer What prices would you charge What information do you need to determine answers to these and other questions Read Chapter 5 to find out about the factors that influence how businesses make production decisions.

No Free Lunches

But risk is not sufficient for return. Sometimes people will tell you that investors are rewarded for taking risk. Investors talk about getting paid for taking risk, as you might get paid for repairing a car engine, or mowing the lawn. But life is not that simple. Sometimes you get paid for taking risk, sometimes you don't. That's why they call it risk.

Futures Markets

When people think about futures markets, they tend to think about commodity traders screaming at each other in the trading pits of Chicago, buying and selling truckloads of soybeans and pork bellies on a highly leveraged basis. Then they think about the soybean speculator, long 1000 soybean contracts, who wakes up one morning to find large trucks dumping soybeans all over his lawn. In fact, the futures markets are now much more focused on the financial markets than they are on the trad itional markets for physical commodities. Futures contracts on interest rates, equity indexes, and currencies are much more actively traded than futures contract on soybeans and pork bellies. These instruments do permit some people to engage in recklessly leveraged speculation. But they also permit other people to engage in prudent forms of investing, hedging, and risk management.

Worker Quality

To see how this might work, consider a simple example. Waterwell Company owns one well and needs one worker to pump water from the well. Two workers, Bill and Ted, are interested in the job. Bill, a proficient worker, is willing to work for 10 per hour. Below that wage, he would rather start his own lawn-mowing business. Ted, a complete incompetent, is willing to work for anything above 2 per hour. Below that wage, he would rather sit on the beach. Economists say that Bill's reservation wage the lowest wage he would accept is 10, and Ted's reservation wage is 2.

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