I need help with this presentation, only 5 slides. by Sunday May 27, 2018 by 5pm

I need help with this presentation, only 5 slides in regards to How your organization’s marginal product is related to its demand for labor? Coca-Cola company with speaker notes. by Sunday May 27, 2018

The Economics of Labor Markets

Instructions:

Select an organization with which your team members are familiar or an organization where one or more work or have worked.

Develop a 15- to 20-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation to be presented to the CEO’s executive committee that addresses how your chosen organization determines what quantity of labor to demand should be hired or laid off and what events could shift the demand or supply of that labor. (15 slides must be content slide with slide notes; non-content slides are the title slide, agenda/outline slide, “Q&A” slide, reference list slides.)

Explain the following in your presentation:

  • How your organization’s production function is related to its marginal product of labor.
  • How your organization’s marginal product of labor is related to the value of its marginal product.
  • How your organization’s marginal product is related to its demand for labor
  • Examples of events that could shift the demand or supply of labor and why they do so.
  • Reasons a worker’s wages might be above the level that balances supply and demand.
  • An analysis of the impact that government policies addressing income inequity and poverty could have on labor demand or supply.

Be prepared as a team to provide a minimum fifteen-minute mini-presentation of interesting and important lessons from this assignment.

Cite a minimum of ten (10) reliable and authoritative reference sources from the University Library in addition to your textbook nor required economic data sources. The textbook and data sources should always be cited and included in the reference list.

The learning team should do research of reliable and authoritative reference sources to generate either recent or historical “real world” examples of concepts, institutions, events, and trends that are relevant to the topics listed above. Hypothetical or simple story-like examples are welcome, but should be supplemented with “real world” examples.

Students should use research articles from peer-reviewed journals, trade periodicals, government reports, research institute reports, reliable blogs, newspapers and magazines with coverage of business and economics, and other worthwhile sources.

Some internet sources are to be avoided as primary reference sources: www.investopedia.com, www.wikipedia.org, and any other dedicated “economics information” website like www.khanacademy.org, www.amosweb.com, www.netmba.com, www.chegg.com, www.quora.com, www.tutor2.net, www.quickonomics.com, www.economicshelp.org, and other online economics and business encyclopedia or dictionaries. These can supplement the textbook only. (Of course, if you use these websites, you must cite them and include them in your reference list.) Penalties will be assessed if these are used instead of the textbook. (As you can see, the instructor is familiar with these and others. Please read the Mankiw textbook (he is in the top 40 worldwide which is the top 10% of all economists; see https://ideas.repec.org/top/top.person.all.html ).)

Be prepared to provide a two-minute recital of interesting and important lessons from this assignment.

Cite a minimum of eight (8) reliable and authoritative reference sources from the University Library in addition to your textbook or any other data sources. The textbook and data sources should always be cited and included in the reference list.

Students should do research of reliable and authoritative reference sources to generate either recent or historical “real world” examples of concepts, institutions, events, and trends that are relevant to the topics listed above. Hypothetical or simple story-like examples are welcome, but should be supplemented with “real world” examples.

Students should use research articles from peer-reviewed journals, trade periodicals, government reports, research institute reports, reliable blogs, newspapers and magazines with coverage of business and economics, and other worthwhile sources.

Some internet sources are to be avoided as primary reference sources: www.investopedia.com, www.wikipedia.org, and any other dedicated “economics information” website like www.khanacademy.org, www.amosweb.com, www.netmba.com, www.chegg.com, www.quora.com, www.tutor2.net, www.quickonomics.com, www.economicshelp.org, and other online economics and business encyclopedia or dictionaries. These can supplement the textbook only. (Of course, if you use these websites, you must cite them and include them in your reference list.) Penalties will be assessed if these are used instead of the textbook. (As you can see, the instructor is familiar with these and others. Please read the Mankiw textbook (he is in the top 40 worldwide which is the top 10% of all economists; see https://ideas.repec.org/top/top.person.all.html ).)

Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines.

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Supporting Material:

The Economics of Labor Markets Grading Guide

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