| |[pic] | | | | |EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN UNIVERSITY | |Faculty of Business and Economics | |Department of Business Administration | |2008-2009 FALL SEMESTER | | | | | | | | |MGMT 503 Managerial Economics | |MBA | |Selected Research Topics | |For Semester Project and Master Thesis | | | |Fall 2008-2009 | | | | | |By | | | |Coordinator | |Assoc. Prof Sami Fethi | |Sami.email@example.com | | |
PART 1: Selected Research Topics for Semester Project
Topic 1: Demand Theory
Title: General demand function
Aim: This study empirically investigates the determinants of quantity demanded of any product and the role of the other factors in X economy.
Methodology: In this study, Ordinary Least Square (OLS) is conducted to empirically investigate the determinants of quantity demanded of any product.
Qd=f (P, I, PR, T, PE, N)
The Theory says:
Qd=f (P, I, PR, T, PE, N)
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Qd is quantity demanded of the good and service, P...
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