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Respond to current topic below in a minimum of 300 words total: Select a past or

Respond to current topic below in a minimum of 300 words total:
Select a past or current issue in employment law or labor law in the United States.
State the issue.
Provide a resolution of the issue you identify.
Explain how employment law or labor law or both applies in resolving the issue.

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I have attached the case study in a word document. The book needed for reference

I have attached the case study in a word document. The book needed for references is Beauchamp, T. L., & Childress, J. F. (2019). Principles of Biomedical Ethics CHAPTER 7

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Respond to current topic below in a minimum of 300 words total: Select a past or

Respond to current topic below in a minimum of 300 words total:
Select a past or current issue in employment law or labor law in the United States.
State the issue.
Provide a resolution of the issue you identify.
Explain how employment law or labor law or both applies in resolving the issue.

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I have attached the case study in a word document. The book needed for reference

I have attached the case study in a word document. The book needed for references is Beauchamp, T. L., & Childress, J. F. (2019). Principles of Biomedical Ethics CHAPTER 7

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100 word response each to my two classmates case studies attached below. Using t

100 word response each to my two classmates case studies attached below. Using the Beauchamp, T. L., & Childress, J. F. (2019). Principles of Biomedical Ethics. Oxford University Press. Whether you agree or not. I have also attached the original case study for reference. Also attached is someone else’s response to use as an example.

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Let’s apply what we’ve learned to the dreaded “conversion experience”. The curr

Let’s apply what we’ve learned to the dreaded “conversion experience”. The current operating system where you work is on its last legs and it’s time to upgrade or switch. What factors go into making this decision?
Follow the steps below and use the bullets in Step 4 to structure your paper.
Step 1. Describe
Describe the characteristics needed to make an any computer operating system viable for your organization. [If you’re not currently working outside the home, think of an organization you know.]
Research an open source (e.g., Linux) and a proprietary alternative (e.g., latest MS Windows OR Mac OS). Some things to think about:
What does your organization do with computers?
Who does your organization interact with? How does it interact?
What would you look for if you were planning to switch systems?
Step 2. Analyze
Using the economic concepts from this course, analyze your own organization and how its needs fit your research of operating systems.
Describe the relevant aspects of your current computer system(s).
What are all of the costs involved in switching to another operating system? (hardware? software? what else?)?
Are there benefits to the new software/hardware for your organization? Drawbacks?
Step 3. Apply theories
Discuss your findings in relationship to the readings for this module. Use the economic theories and concepts to support your analysis and conclusions.
Step 4. Report your findings, analysis, and conclusions
Please be sure to include the following information:
Describe organization (including information from Step 1)
Identify current operating system
Identify alternative operating system you’re analyzing for this assignment
Identify all of the costs and benefits of the alternative operating system.
Use the economic theories and concepts from this (and previous) module to analyze what you found and draw conclusions.
Notes about submissions:
Students frequently ask me how long this assignment should be—it depends on your writing style, but the range for most students will be three to five pages. What I’m looking for is an analysis in which you draw conclusions, based on your research and supported by the economic readings.
Be sure to cite your sources (including readings and classmates) if you use any ideas from others (whether you’re directly quoting them or not).
Make sure that your name is on your paper someplace and Assignments should be single-spaced
Please follow all instructions properly and No Plagiarism!! And use the textbook Information Rules by Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Varian in your sources and information.

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Let’s apply what we’ve learned to the dreaded “conversion experience”. The curr

Let’s apply what we’ve learned to the dreaded “conversion experience”. The current operating system where you work is on its last legs and it’s time to upgrade or switch. What factors go into making this decision?
Follow the steps below and use the bullets in Step 4 to structure your paper.
Step 1. Describe
Describe the characteristics needed to make an any computer operating system viable for your organization. [If you’re not currently working outside the home, think of an organization you know.]
Research an open source (e.g., Linux) and a proprietary alternative (e.g., latest MS Windows OR Mac OS). Some things to think about:
What does your organization do with computers?
Who does your organization interact with? How does it interact?
What would you look for if you were planning to switch systems?
Step 2. Analyze
Using the economic concepts from this course, analyze your own organization and how its needs fit your research of operating systems.
Describe the relevant aspects of your current computer system(s).
What are all of the costs involved in switching to another operating system? (hardware? software? what else?)?
Are there benefits to the new software/hardware for your organization? Drawbacks?
Step 3. Apply theories
Discuss your findings in relationship to the readings for this module. Use the economic theories and concepts to support your analysis and conclusions.
Step 4. Report your findings, analysis, and conclusions
Please be sure to include the following information:
Describe organization (including information from Step 1)
Identify current operating system
Identify alternative operating system you’re analyzing for this assignment
Identify all of the costs and benefits of the alternative operating system.
Use the economic theories and concepts from this (and previous) module to analyze what you found and draw conclusions.
Notes about submissions:
Students frequently ask me how long this assignment should be—it depends on your writing style, but the range for most students will be three to five pages. What I’m looking for is an analysis in which you draw conclusions, based on your research and supported by the economic readings.
Be sure to cite your sources (including readings and classmates) if you use any ideas from others (whether you’re directly quoting them or not).
Make sure that your name is on your paper someplace and Assignments should be single-spaced
Please follow all instructions properly and No Plagiarism!! And use the textbook Information Rules by Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Varian in your sources and information.

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Ethics

100 word response each to my two classmates case studies attached below. Using t

100 word response each to my two classmates case studies attached below. Using the Beauchamp, T. L., & Childress, J. F. (2019). Principles of Biomedical Ethics. Oxford University Press. Whether you agree or not. I have also attached the original case study for reference. Also attached is someone else’s response to use as an example.

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I have attached the case study in a word document. The book needed for reference

I have attached the case study in a word document. The book needed for references is Beauchamp, T. L., & Childress, J. F. (2019). Principles of Biomedical Ethics CHAPTER 8

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Watch this message from the World Health Organization Director General: https://

Watch this message from the World Health Organization Director General:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC07-dOwgza1IguKA86jqxNA
Then read “It is not too late to achieve global vaccine equity” (https://www.bmj.com/content/376/bmj-2022-070650) by Gavin Yamey, et al, and “Ending the covid-19 pandemic means helping countries to catch up with vaccination, not giving up” (https://www.bmj.com/content/376/bmj.o786) by Seth Berkley. Both were recently published this March in The BMJ (British Medical Journal).
Then answer the following:
1. Based on the reading, briefly describe the continued threat of covid-19 for lower middle income countries.
2. To what extend do high income countries have a duty to ensure that people in low income countries have access to the vaccine? Relate your answer to the recommendations made in the two articles.
3. Then provide support for your answer. Summarize one of the theories of distributive justice you read about last week (i.e., a utilitarian, libertarian, communitarian, contractarian (Rawlsian), or egalitarian theory of justice) and utilize the theory to support your position. (You may also support your position in other ways than by appeal to a theory of justice.)
4. As an application of your general position (in 3) and your supporting rationale (in 4), propose at least one concrete solution or action that you think high income countries should take in response to global vaccine inequity.
Here are some additional readings to consult on this topic this week:
A Guide to Global COVID-19 Vaccine Efforts (https://www.cfr.org/backgrounder/guide-global-covid-19-vaccine-efforts)
The swift development of effective vaccines against COVID-19 was an unprecedented scientific achievement. But production challenges, vaccine nationalism, and omicron and other variants have all presented hurdles.
Council on Foreign Relations
COVAX: ensuring global equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines (https://www.unicef.org/supply/covax-ensuring-global-equitable-access-covid-19-vaccines)
At this historic juncture, UNICEF has all-hands-on deck to supply and deliver COVID-19 vaccines.
These charts lay bare the world’s massive vaccine equity gap (https://qz.com/2152402/the-inequity-of-covid-19-vaccines-in-charts)
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