May 2021

.Following Keith Thomas in Man and the Natural World, explain how Christianity justifies human domination over nature? 2: Following Carolyn Finney in Black Faces, White Spaces, explain one of the policies or practices of the U.S. government or major U.S. environmental organizations that have resulted in the exclusion of b​‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‌‍‍​lack faces from white spaces. 3: Following David Wallace-Wells in The Uninhabitable Earth, what is one aspect of the climate crisis, and what is one aspect of society that must change to solve it? – 1 question per page – The 3 books it is from is “Man and the Natural World”, “Black Faces, White Spaces” and “The Uninhabit​‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‌‍‍​able Eart

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.Following Keith Thomas in Man and the Natural World, explain how Christianity justifies human domination over nature? 2: Following Carolyn Finney in Black Faces, White… Read More ».Following Keith Thomas in Man and the Natural World, explain how Christianity justifies human domination over nature? 2: Following Carolyn Finney in Black Faces, White Spaces, explain one of the policies or practices of the U.S. government or major U.S. environmental organizations that have resulted in the exclusion of b​‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‌‍‍​lack faces from white spaces. 3: Following David Wallace-Wells in The Uninhabitable Earth, what is one aspect of the climate crisis, and what is one aspect of society that must change to solve it? – 1 question per page – The 3 books it is from is “Man and the Natural World”, “Black Faces, White Spaces” and “The Uninhabit​‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‌‍‍​able Eart

Consider the following hypothetical case. Only Pfizer and a competitor, Astra-Zeneca, have the ability to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. Both have access to the same two promising vaccine technologies, but each company must choose one to invest in. While each firm could develop a vaccine on its own, the problem is that the fixed cost of production and risk are very high. They are therefore considering coordinating their actions through a strategic alliance where they join forces and share cost and revenue equally. Analyse the interaction between the two firms using game theory. Present a payoff matrix to model the situation and analyse it for Nash equilibrium. What can either of these firms do to make their best,most-preferred outcome more likely?

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Consider the following hypothetical case. Only Pfizer and a competitor, Astra-Zeneca, have the ability to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. Both have access to the same… Read More »Consider the following hypothetical case. Only Pfizer and a competitor, Astra-Zeneca, have the ability to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. Both have access to the same two promising vaccine technologies, but each company must choose one to invest in. While each firm could develop a vaccine on its own, the problem is that the fixed cost of production and risk are very high. They are therefore considering coordinating their actions through a strategic alliance where they join forces and share cost and revenue equally. Analyse the interaction between the two firms using game theory. Present a payoff matrix to model the situation and analyse it for Nash equilibrium. What can either of these firms do to make their best,most-preferred outcome more likely?