"under central planning, some group has to decide how to get the necessary inputs produced in the right amounts and delivered to
the right places at the right time. this is a nearly impossible task without markets and profits." this quotation best identifies the: incentive problem under central planning. coordination problem under central planning. self-sufficiency dilemma under communism. resource over-commitment problem under communism.
Coordination problem under central planning. Let's look at the available options and see what makes sense given the question conditions. Incentive problem under central planning. * The quote says absolutely nothing about whether or not the people are willing to perform the work and since incentive deals with willingness to perform, this is obviously and incorrect choice. Coordination problem under central planning. * Getting the inputs delivered is definitely a coordination issue. So this is the correct choice. self-sufficiency dilemma under communism. * Nothing in the quote is associated with self-sufficiency. So this is bad choice. resource over-commitment problem under communism. * You might be able to stretch things to claim that inputs are resources. But option number 2 is a better choice. So this too is a bad choice.
Since in the question it is mentioned that the company could hired marketing managers after testing their strategic thinking by providing the job description i.e any task designed to provide you with an realistic summary of the day-to-day tasks you are interviewing.
So according to the given situation, the company uses the assessment centers so that they could analyze the individual performance at the time of interview
Answer: amount of money he wants to spend on the payroll processing. Also, he has to consider the independent contractors
From the question, we are informed that Merlin Anson owns Unix Computers, a company with five employees and that as a small business owner, he has several options for payroll processing.
The factors that he should consider when deciding on which payroll processing option is best for Unix Computers are amount he wants to spend on the payroll processing. Also, he has to consider the independent contractors. These two are essential to know which option is good for the company.
C) Condensing the firm's cash inflows into fewer years without lowering the total amount of those inflows.
When you determine the net present value of project, the longer the project, the lower the present value of its cash flows. A way to try to increase the NPV of a project is to try to shorten its life span without reducing the value of its cash flows.
This sounds much simpler than it is. Since your project should produce cash flows in a shorter time, you will have to probably shorten the time periods of some activities, e.g. building new facilities, research and development, etc.