Two Questions: 1 questions is a discussion(9 paragrphs) and the second question a 5 page essay APA about economics.

Two Questions: 1 questions is a discussion and the second a 5 page essay about economics.

  • 1- Discussion type: write 9 long paragraphs( in blocks of 3) about: In the market for medications, there is a difference in demand for medications that are under patent, medications that have a strong name brand, and medications that are generics. Discuss the differences in demand for these three different types of medications. Be sure to discuss these differences using the concepts of price elasticity of demand, cross price elasticity of demand and income elasticity of demand. Articles to use:
  • Gemmil, M. (2008). The price elasticity of demand for prescription drugs: An exploration of demand in different settings (Order No. U615895). Available from ProQuest One Academic. (1625984575). Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/1625984575?accountid=35796
  • Berndt, E. R. (2002). Pharmaceuticals in U.S. health care: Determinants of quantity and price. The Journal of Economic Perspectives, 16(4), 45-66. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/212096232?accountid=35796
  • Nghiem, N., PhD., Wilson, N., M.B.ChB., Genç, M., PhD, & Blakely, T., PhD. (2013). Understanding price elasticities to inform public health research and intervention studies: Key issues. American Journal of Public Health, 103(11), 1954-1961. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/1448191003?accountid=35796
  • Dimitri, C., & Oberholtzer, L. (2009). Meeting market demand in the organic sector: Handler-supplier relationships in the face of tight supply. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 24(2), 137-145. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1742170509002518
  • Lockie, S., Halpin, D., & Pearson, D. (2006). Understanding the market for organic food. Organic Agriculture: A Global Perspective. Collingwood: CSIRO Publishing, 245-258
  • Greene, C. (2009). Emerging issues in the US organic industry (No. 55). DIANE Publishing.
  • Cronin, C. (2015). The organic food industry: An analysis of supply and demand via aggregate prices.
  • Rödiger, M., & Hamm, U. (2015). How are organic food prices affecting consumer behaviour? A review. Food Quality and Preference, 43, 10-20.
  • Haas, R., Sterns, J., Meixner, O., Nyob, D. I., & Traar, V. (2013). Do US Consumers’ Perceive Local and Organic Food Differently? An Analysis Based on Means‐End Chain Analysis and Word Association. International Journal on Food System Dynamics, 4(3), 214-226.
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  • 2nd Question:Essay APA Style 5 pages ( Introduction, body, conclusion) (not including first and references pages for the 5 pages) Question: Prepare a report on the market for organic foods in the United States. The paper is to be a report on the market for organics, using the determinants of demand, determinants of supply, and how supply and demand determine price. The focus of the paper should not be on the health benefits of generic goods, but on the demand, supply and price dynamics of the market for generic foods.

  • Your paper should have an introduction, body and conclusion.
  • There should be at least five (5) references at the end of the paper, using APA format.
  • The paper should be no more than five pages.

Remember this is not just a report on organic food, but an economic analysis of the market for organic foods. The paper should discuss the demand for organic foods, the supply of organic foods, and then the resulting price of organics. Be sure and ask if you have any questions.

Articles:

a- Dimitri, C., & Oberholtzer, L. (2009). Meeting market demand in the organic sector: Handler-supplier relationships in the face of tight supply. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 24(2), 137-145. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1742170509002518

b- Kilman, S., & Reddy, S. (2012, Feb 18). Organic milk prices are pulled higher on tug of supply-demand fundamentals. Wall Street Journal Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/922010204?accountid=35796

c- Klonsky, K. (2000). Forces impacting the production of organic foods. Agriculture and Human Values, 17(3), 233-243. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/214185792?accountid=35796

  • Dimitri, C., & Oberholtzer, L. (2009). Meeting market demand in the organic sector: Handler-supplier relationships in the face of tight supply. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 24(2), 137-145. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1742170509002518
  • Lockie, S., Halpin, D., & Pearson, D. (2006). Understanding the market for organic food. Organic Agriculture: A Global Perspective. Collingwood: CSIRO Publishing, 245-258
  • Greene, C. (2009). Emerging issues in the US organic industry (No. 55). DIANE Publishing.
  • Cronin, C. (2015). The organic food industry: An analysis of supply and demand via aggregate prices.
  • Rödiger, M., & Hamm, U. (2015). How are organic food prices affecting consumer behaviour? A review. Food Quality and Preference, 43, 10-20.
  • Haas, R., Sterns, J., Meixner, O., Nyob, D. I., & Traar, V. (2013). Do US Consumers’ Perceive Local and Organic Food Differently? An Analysis Based on Means‐End Chain Analysis and Word Association. International Journal on Food System Dynamics, 4(3), 214-226.

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