i want solutions to 3.1 and 3.8 exercise in the textbook “The Economy Economics

i want solutions to 3.1 and 3.8 exercise in the textbook “The Economy Economics for a Changing World by The CORE ECON team.pdf” and “Labour and production”, “The influence of culture and politics” are the chapters of the following exercises 3.1 and 3.8.

Macroeconomics is much more than just what is read in a textbook. It is what hap

Macroeconomics is much more than just what is read in a textbook. It is what happens every day, the sum total of everything, that affects the well-being of all, and of everyone throughout the country and the world.
Choose any podcast related to macroeconomics, then choose a specific current episode of that podcast. Your reference will be the name of, and link to, your chosen podcast.
As you listen to your chosen podcast, pay particular attention to any discussion relating to GDP, or CPI, or other macroeconomic measurements. After listening to the podcast, answer the following questions:
What important new things did you learn?
How did this new knowledge relate to macroeconomic measures, such as GDP, or CPI, or other macroeconomic measurements, that are being explored in this unit, and how does it impact the entire economy?
What action, if any, do you think the government, or society, should take as a result of what you have learned?
Examples of acceptable economic oriented podcasts include:
NPR’s Marketplace series (some daily and some weekly);
NPR’s Planet Money;
Weekly Economics Podcast;
Bloomberg’s Stephanomics; and,
The New Foundation’s Weekly Economics, to name just a few.
If you are unfamiliar with podcasts, search for economic podcasts, using any of the above options, or just search for economics podcasts. It is also acceptable to use TED talks that center on economic issues.

Assignment Details and Requirements 1. Macroeconomics events occur around us eve

Assignment Details and Requirements
1. Macroeconomics events occur around us every day. This assignment aims to provide association between what you learn from economic models and concepts in class with real–life events happening around you.
2. Search through newspapers for ONE article that is relevant to the economics concepts discussed in class. This article will provide the focus of your discussion. You are also required to attach this article to your final report.
You may also choose other news articles and reports to help you in
discussing the news event concerned.
3. News events which you may consider include events relating to Gross Domestic Product (GDP), inflationary economy, recessionary economy, fiscal policy and/or monetary policy.
4. Summarise the article first. Analyse the article and identify linkage between the economics models and concepts you have learnt in class with the discussion in the article.
5. Where applicable, draw diagrams to support your discussion. Your report should be about 1,200 words (+/- 10%), inclusive of the summary.
6. More marks will be awarded for reports which provide more detailed discussion and in-depth analysis with adequate referencing to the economic concepts and models.
Your written assignment may follow the format guidelines below:
 In the introduction, summarise the macroeconomic event in the news article chosen and mention what you plan to discuss in the essay. (100 words)
 Identify and discuss the economics concepts and models that will be suitable for analysing the news article (300 words).
 Apply the economics concepts and models identified to show your understanding of the news event. Specifically, you should identify the key macroeconomic challenges faced by the country, causes of the problems, its impacts on the society and economy as well the policies implemented by the government concerned to solve the problem. (700 words).
 A conclusion, highlighting your key points and arguments in the essay. (100 words)

Topic: Current Events in Macroeconomics – Unemployment and Inflation Macroeconom

Topic: Current Events in Macroeconomics – Unemployment and Inflation
Macroeconomics is much more than just what is read in a textbook. It is what happens every day, the sum total of everything, that affects the well-being of all, and of everyone throughout the country and the world.
Choose any podcast related to macroeconomics, then choose a specific current episode of that podcast. Your reference will be the name of, and link to, your chosen podcast.
As you listen to your chosen podcast, pay particular attention to any discussion relating to unemployment and inflation. After listening to the podcast, answer the following questions:
What important new things did you learn?
How did this new knowledge relate to macroeconomic measures, such as unemployment and inflation, or other macroeconomic measurements, that are being explored in this unit, and how does it impact the entire economy?
What action, if any, do you think the government, or society, should take as a result of what you have learned?
Examples of acceptable economic oriented podcasts include:
NPR’s Marketplace series (some daily and some weekly);
NPR’s Planet Money;
Weekly Economics Podcast;
Bloomberg’s Stephanomics; and,
The New Foundation’s Weekly Economics, to name just a few.
If you are unfamiliar with podcasts, search for economic podcasts, using any of the above options, or just search for economics podcasts. It is also acceptable to use TED talks that center on economic issues.
Please remember that, in the Discussion, it is important that you add your personal comments, in addition to summarizing the podcast you chose. It is not enough to say what you heard. You must also say why you think it is important.

You can choose to focus on one of the following specific policy areas:  Deaths o

You can choose to focus on one of the following specific policy areas:  Deaths of Despair, Minimum Wage, Patent Law, International Trade, Health Care Insurance, Prescription Drug Market, Amazon Regulation/Antitrust, Global Poverty, Income Inequality, Facebook Regulation/Antitrust, Gig Economy, Data Privacy, Climate Change, Effects of Automation, Housing, Education, Income Taxes, Monetary policy, Fiscal policy, Corporate Taxes,  Universal Basic Income or Labor Unions. 
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Your paper submission will incorporate concepts introduced in the Voices on the Economy PDF (Chapter 3) posted earlier this semester.  Chapter 3 presents three different points of view:  Conservative, Radical, and Liberal.  You will present each of these points of view in a balanced, objective manner as you identify policies for a specific area.  At the bottom of this detailed description, I have embedded the chapter reading, two templates and a list of policy areas for you to consider.
Below are the specifications and grading rubric for the assignment. 
File Format:  DOC/DOCX, PDF, RTF, and TXT formats are acceptable.  No other file format will be accepted.
Submission Directions:  The file should be attached as a Blackboard Assignment Submission.  Email attachments or links to cloud storage will NOT be accepted. 
Deadline:    November 21st at 11 PM.  Late assignments will face a penalty (Minimum penalty 25%. Maximum penalty 100%: if I’ve graded all the papers and your work is submitted it will earn 0%).
Length:      500 to 1,250 Words (excluding citations)
Citations:  You need to cite your sources within the body of your submission.  If you use APA format I’ll be happy.  You might want to review the FORMATTING NOTE below to avoid unnecessary work.  You can also see the student template embedded below for guidance.
Structure/Content:  See attached templates for details.  For each of the three perspectives (Conservative, Radical and Liberal) provide the goals, specific policies and anticipated results.  The goals and anticipated results should be presented in paragraph format.  The policies should be listed as bulletized items.
Grading:  In general, your grade will be based on how effective and interesting your submission is.  If it is both effective and interesting you can expect a grade above 90%.  If it is strong in either but not both of these categories you can expect a grade above 80%.  If it is neither effective nor interesting your grade will be above or below 70%.  As I grade your assignment submission I’ll be assigning points according to the following distribution:
30 pts  Structure and Composition  (Was the submission readable, effective and interesting?)
10 pts  Use of Required Source Material (Voices on the Economy PDF Chapter 3 reading)
Did the submission incorporate concepts (especially in the goals section) of
the different economic perspectives?
50 pts  Use of economic resources and basic ECO 251/252 Concepts     
Was the submission based on sound economic concepts and data?
10 pts  Balanced Presentation     
Did the submission present the three points of view in a balanced fashion?
100 pts TOTAL
FORMATTING NOTE: As mentioned above, if you use APA format I’ll be more than happy.  But to prevent you from going overboard with formatting, let me clarify what I’m looking for: I want you to cite your source material within the body of your paper.  I’m not focused on spacing, marginals, headings or flourishes.  Source material must be documented in your paper by citing author/date.  Just listing the sources at the end of the paper is not sufficient. The underlying principle is that the ideas and words of others must be formally acknowledged in your paper. To do this you want to mention the author/date in the body of the paper and include a list of references following your paper. If you are familiar with APA citation format, it fully captures what I want to see. Here are two general situations (each with single and multiple authors) to guide you: 
A. When the names of a source are part of a sentence in your paper, the year of the publication you used should appear in parentheses following the author(s) name. This helps flag the citation and it allows you to easily use multiple works by the same author.  Consider the following examples:
Kelton (2020) has found that inflation is not caused by an increase in the money supply.
Kelton and Bejsovec (2020) have found that inflation is not caused by an increase in the money supply.
Kelton and others (2020) have found that inflation is not caused by an increase in the money supply.
B. When the names of a source are not part of a sentence in your paper but you have used their work, the author name(s) and year of publication can appear in parentheses. Examples:
Research has shown that inflation is not caused by an increase in the money supply (Kelton and Bejsovec, 2020).
Research has shown that inflation is not caused by an increase in the money supply (Kelton and others, 2020).
Research has shown that inflation is not caused by an increase in the money supply (Kelton 2020)
Following your paper, you’ll list the sources.  Again, I’m not a stickler on format but I do want to be able to find the article.

.  Term Paper (25% of your final grade) You will need to choose a topic by midte

.  Term Paper (25% of your final grade) You will need to choose a topic by midterm. Using the knowledge learned in this class, I am expecting at least a 5-pagepaper (double-spaced, 11-point Times New Roman Font, normal margins) AND a cover sheet.  You will choose a current event as a topic to analyze economically.  Some examples: the impact of to the United States for having stricter environmental/labor laws than other nations? Should the United States drill for their own oil (versus buying from the Middle East)? Should the United States add tariffs to certain imported products (pick a certain type of product)? Should the United States be exporting their minerals overseas (for example, phosphate)? Should the United States be using their land to grow food, timber, and raise cattle for export to other countries?  Should foreigners be allowed to buy land within the United States?  This is your chance to pick a Macroeconomic topic that interests YOU. This is NOT a political science class.  I am interested on how you economically justify your viewpoint.  I am looking for referenced data and the proper use of key terms.  (Include LOTS of key terms.)  I am letting you choose a topic that interests you; however, this is NOT a social media rant. I will NOT allow numerous papers on the same topic with the same viewpoint.  The student who submits their topic to me first, will be allowed to proceed.  Future students will be asked to choose another topic.

Explain why industrial revolution didnt happen in Afghanistan and what do we mean by fourth industrial revolution?

Explain why industrial revolution didnt happen in Afghanistan and what do we mean by fourth industrial revolution?
References to start with:
1- Fourth Industrial Revolution: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/01/the-fourth-industrial-revolution-what-it-means-and-how-to-respond/ (Links to an external site.)
2- https://www.britannica.com/event/Industrial-Revolution
Hint:
Write an essay of 1000-1200 words.
Your essay may have the following structure:
Introduction
Main body of the essay
A Conclusion
Textbook name:
“The Economy Economics for a Changing World by The CORE ECON team.pdf”.