Business Economics Assignment Solution IIMT



Part A                                                                                                                               2*15= Marks

Q1. a) Explain in brief the regulations that promote competition. (5)

       b) What are the laws of protect business. (5)

       c) Explain in brief Ethics of Business management. (5)

Q2. a) What are green business opportunities, explain in the context of Environmental Threat and

Opportunity Profile (ETOP). (10)

  b) What are the responsibilities entrepreneurs have to suppliers, customers and community? (5)

Part B                                                                                                                                 30 Marks

Case Study

Rajan textiles is considering two investments each of which requires an initial investment of Rs. 18,00,000. The total cash inflow, that is profits after taxes and depreciation charges, for each project are :

Year                1                   2             3                4                5                     6             7

Project X         30,000        50,000      60,000       65,000       40,000       30,000          16,000  

Project Y            60,000         1,00,000    65,000          45,000

Rajan’s cost of capital is 8% Rank these investments by their excess present value. Which is the most profitable?

Part C                                                                                                                             30 Marks

Case Study

In Germany in 2009 there was considerable debate about the extent to which the government should be intervening in the economy. For example, its citizens were worried about the future of Opel, a German car brand that was part of the ailing General Motors.

Some wanted the government to make sure jobs were saved no matter what. Others, however, were more hesitant and worried about becoming the government becoming too interventionist. Traditionally since the Second World War the German government has seen itself as a referee in market issues and has avoided trying to control parts of the economy. It would regulate anti-competitive behaviour, for example, but not try to run many industries. However in the recession of 2009 when the economy was shrinking the government was forced to spend more to stimulate demand and had to intervene heavily to save the banking sector from collapse. The government also had to offer aid to businesses to keep them alive.


1. What are the possible benefits of a government intervening in an economy?

2. What are the arguments against government intervention in an economy?

3. What prompted greater intervention by the German government in 2009? 4. What would determine whether the German continued to intervene on this scale in the future?

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