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ECF1100 individual assignment 10% week 10 This part is designed to get you thinking about the way in which economics relates to everyday life. It addresses the learning objectives from Week 1. Your task Using any one of the seven lessons covered in the topics from Chapter One pages 2 – 14 of the text: (a) ‘How people make decisions’; or (b) ‘How people interact’. Explain a/some pattern/s of behaviour that you have observed in the media (newspapers, Business Review Weekly, The Economist, etc). It must be printable so cannot be something you have heard on the Radio or TV. Make sure you note in your discussion the source of your information. Assume that the following hours of labour are the only input necessary to produce hand calculators and backpacks in Canada and Japan. Calculators Backpacks Canada 6 4 Japan 2 3

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