Research can be classified into a number of different ways depending upon the purpose of the research, the data that is collected, and how such data is analysed.Discuss four main types of research.

In: Other

Calculate the change in Entropy

A 288 kg block of ice at 0∘C is placed in a large lake the temperature of the lake is just slightly higher than 0∘C and the ice melts very slowly.


i) what is the entropy change of ice


In: Physics

Elasticity and Pricing

Suppose you are in charge of sales at a pharmaceutical company, and your firm has a new drug that causes bald men to grow hair. Assume that the company wants to earn as much revenue as possible from this drug. If the elasticity of demand for your company’s product at the current price is 1.4, would you advise the company to raise the price, lower the price, or to keep the price the same? What if the elasticity were 0.6? What if it were 1? Explain your answer

In: Economics


Imagine the components of aggregate demand are:

Consumption £500 billion

Investment £100 billion

Government spending £200 billion

Import spending £150 billion

Total aggregate demand £900 billion

What is the value of export spending? Explain your answer.


In: Economics

Regression Analysis

Briefly explain steps that are required to run a regression on a specific model

In: Statistics and Probability

Different economic Factors

1. Explain what is Economic Factor of a Security company.

2. Explain what is Environmental Factor for a Security Company.

In: Operations Management

Case: Covid-19 and Leadership Response

The COVID-19 pandemic remains a health and humanitarian crisis, but the business impact
on organizations is now profound. As governments make significant interventions in response to
the coronavirus, businesses are rapidly adjusting to the changing needs of their people, their
customers and suppliers, while navigating the financial and operational challenges. With every
industry, function and geography affected, the amount of potential change to think through can be
daunting. The greatest immediate impact of the COVID-19 outbreak is on people. Organizations
are focused on caring for their workforces while rapidly managing the shift to new patterns of
work. At this critical time, leaders must see through these changes in ways that gain and maintain
the trust of their people. That trust depends on leaders demonstrating their care for individuals as
well as the wider workforce and community. It means sharing a clear plan and transparently
showing how decisions are made. And it requires leadership teams who can proactively respond
rather than react, anticipating their people’s changing needs. This is particularly important in

Public Service organizations, where leadership needs to calm markets and reassure citizens,
businesses, government employees and community stakeholders. When faced with a crisis, most
leaders are forced to think and behave in ways that feel unfamiliar. Whether it’s a technological,
financial, natural, or health crisis — at work or in the community — crises demand that leaders
take an emergency response plan and adapt it as new evidence and factors present themselves.
All the while, effective leaders are able to remain calm and maintain a sense of perspective.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has forever changed our experiences―as customers, employees,
citizens, humans―and our attitudes and behaviors are changing as a result. Once the immediate
threat of the virus has passed, what will have changed in the way we think and behave, and how
will that affect the way we design, communicate, build and run the experiences that people need
and want? The answers to these questions will be revealed in the ways people and businesses react
and find innovative ways to rise above these challenging times.
According to Gene Klann, author of book Crisis Leadership, “During a crisis, your goal
is to reduce loss and keep things operating as normal as possible.” Especially as organizational
leaders face the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and associated disruptions in the
global economy, Klann recommends the following 5 actions to prepare and respond.
5 Ways to Lead and Adapt Through a Crisis
1. Seek credible information.
2. Use appropriate communication channels.
3. Explain what your organization is doing about the crisis.
4. Be present, visible, and available.
5. Dedicate organizational resources for future crises.

Answer the following question based on above case

1. Klann recommends the 5 actions to prepare and respond for business after Covid19
Pandemic. Explain the above actions in context of your organization with word limit of
250 words? Summarize the above case study in your view with not more than 250 words?   

In: Operations Management

Ideas for organization in COVID-19

  1. During Covid 19 Pandemic. Discuss FOUR (4) ideas to help the organization to sustain their operation.

In: Operations Management


(a)   Explain how a cash-balance scheme works, outlining its common features with both defined-benefit and defined-contribution schemes.

In: Other


Describe the risks faced by sponsors of defined benefit schemes and discuss what the government could do to help them control these risks.

In: Other

Purchase Process in COVID-19

Being new to the business, the company is also unaware of how the purchase process would be followed.
You as a financial service provider, help them in what procedure to follow in the purchasing process of
inventory and also guide them on how does their approach of purchasing change during this Pandemic
Covid-19 situation?

In: Operations Management

Credit default

Suppose Apic Bank  lends 1 million to Ken and 5 million to Kiptoo. The probability of default in the first year for Ken is 0.2 and for Kiptoo is 0.3. The probability of joint default (both Ken and Kiptoo default) in 1 year is 0.1. The loss given default (LGD) is 40% for Ken and 60% for Kiptoo. What is the expected loss of default in 1 year for the Apic Bank?

In: Finance

Credit default

A portfolio consists of two (long) assets £100 million each. The
probability of default over the next year is 10% for the first asset,
20% for the second asset, and the joint probability of default is 3%.
Estimate the expected loss on this portfolio due to credit defaults
over the next year assuming 40% recovery rate for both assets.

In: Finance

Risk Assessment and Business Impact Analysis

Describe the differences and similarities between risk assesment and business impact analysis.

In: Operations Management

Contribution margin

XYZ Enterprises Corporation's single product appear below:


Selling Price Per Unit

Rs. 150

Variable Expense Per Unit


Fixed Expenses for the month



Total Sales in amount to attain the company's monthly target profit of Rs. 50,000 is closest to:

In: Computer Science