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    Uni Advice - Com/Law at USYD or UNSW?

    I'm not a uni student, but my brother does comm/law @ Unsw. I think UNSW has a better reputation for the degree in general, you can check the good universities guide for exact figures. Also UNSW has a new law building i believe, i think it is openning next year as well. Cut off was lower last...
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    Differences between USYD and UNSW for B Comm

    thanks everyone, you have all been helpful :)
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    Differences between USYD and UNSW for B Comm

    Hey all, i'm deciding whether to go to USYD or UNSW for a B Comm degree, prolly majoring in Economics/Finance or maybe Accounting Just wondering if there are any differences between the two unis? I've read the other threads that are related to this matter, and it's still unclear. Is one...
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    English Essay Memorisers!!!

    Step 1: Write notes for AOS + Modules Step 2: Write generic essay for AOS and each module; mine were like 1200-1300 words, more than i could write in 40mins.. but they contained everything relating to the syllabus Step 3: I memorised each essay pretty much, and knew my notes + quotes v well...
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    Distinguished Achievers List (as a searchable Excel file)

    thanks sooo much for this, awsome
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    What UAI did you get?

    less time on BOS, more time studying.. haha
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    What UAI did you get?

    My Marks: (HSC Marks) English (Adv) - 91 Eco - 93 Physics - 86 SOR1 - 47 Maths - 92 Maths Ext 47 Legal - 93 2005 NSW UAI: 98.40 :)
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    Don't think a lot The only thing i can think of is: - Simple multiplier and MPC/MPS - Distribution of wealth for the differing propensities to consume
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    What's the difference between externality and market failure?

    An externality is what the price mechanism fails to take into account --> market failure occurs An externality is a harmful or beneficial side effect that accures externally from a market transaction --> Externality cost/benefit
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    a few short response Questions

    Q1: - Making formal suggestions to the AIRC for the Safety Net Wage Case - Involving themselves in CA's - Industrial action; however limited to the period of enterprise bargaining Q2: - Leakages > Injections --> National income will fall Q3: Wierd q.. i'd say - Increase flexibility...
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    Quick questions

    Yes, they are individual
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    Current Budget

    Well, although the surplus increased slightly from last year- it was actually a midly expansionary budget because there was a load of increased revenue from the cyclical factors, including- - increase in commodity prices - improvement in ToT - highest in 50 years - Low unemployment
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    Current Budget

    i've got in my notes; surplus $7.0bn in 04/05 to $7.4bn in 05/06 but i don't know where i got this from:/
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    Economics HSC Marathon

    Microeconomic policy deals with supply-side economics, and attempts to improve resource allocation in Australia's use of natural, capital and human resources. Such policy is directed at the product markets, where G&S are sold, and at factor markets, where productive inputs are bought/sold. As...
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    Current Budget

    The stance is MILDLY expansionary
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    can some1 help refresh my memory? and take me back to march 05?

    Strength of AUD, Housing sector, employment growth --> wage pressures, growth of global economy, crude oil prices all had an impact on the increase
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    Economics HSC Marathon

    Describe the structural problem of low national saving
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    Economics HSC Marathon

    1. CAD as a % of GDP - Key measure of how sustainable CAD is over time --> unsustainable if it exceeds the growth rate of an economy Current Account Deficit / GDP x 100 2. Net Foreign Debt as a % of GDP - Net foreign debt: the difference between borrowings by the aust public and private...
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    I'm sure u'll do well, everyone found it hard, IMO it was the hardest test since hte new hsc
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    Multiple Choice help

    First one is tricky- its not A or C I'm thinking its D because; if they sell CGS's there will be a decrease in cash/liquidity in the cash market and thus there will be a higher cash rate/interest rates --> reduce economic activity, reduce demand-pull inflation --> non-inflationary i'm...