The 10 principles of Economics are outlined by Gregory Mankiw in <span>his </span>Principles of Economics. The principles can be categorized in three groups depending on their discussion of the economy. The first group (or category) gives answer of the question How people make decision?(<span>Rational people think at the margin;People respond to incentives</span>, the second How people interact?(<span>People face trade-offs; <span>The cost of something is what you give up to get it)</span></span> and the third How the economy as a whole works (<span>Trade can make everyone better off; Markets are usually a good way to organize economic activity; Governments can sometimes improve market outcomes; A country's standard of living depends on its ability to produce goods and services; Prices rise when the government prints too much money; Society faces a short-run trade-off between Inflation and unemployment.</span>?)
A. position power
The person working in the company or organisation , having high position power , plays a very important role .
As the person has got the right to recruit any employees , depending to his or her abilities ,
The person can reward as well as punish the for any good or faulty performance .
Hence , from the given scenario of the question ,
The correct option is A. position power .
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number of periods used in the calculation of a moving average, l<span>ess
emphasis is placed on more recent data. Therefore the answer is letter B. This
is because moving average is derived from successive segments of a series of
values. As the number of periods increase, the effect of recent data gets less
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