Why Geography Matters

Importance and benefits of adhering to the ASX Principles and Recommendations
September 28, 2019
With the aid of sketches, illustrate the different between elastic demand and inelastic demand. (ii) When the price of coffee is Ksh 100, the demand for tea is 120 units. When the price of coffee increases to sh. 140, the demand of tea increases to 160 units. Calculate the cross elasticity of demand. (8marks)
September 28, 2019
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Why Geography Matters

This is especially important when discussing Harm DeBlij’s Why Geography Matters. While all discussions of in-class material and assigned readings will be assessed through class participation, discussion of the assigned chapters in DeBlij’s book will be more formally assessed.  Full in-class participation in these discussions is desirable but not always practicable. Some students tend more than others to be comfortable speaking up and providing their thoughts and analysis on various subjects.  As such, all students are required to create a series of discussion points for each assigned reading.  The purpose of these discussion points is to prepare you for the in-class discussion as well as to show that you are indeed prepared.  This way, if for some reason you do not or are unable to participate in the discussion as much as you would like, you can show you were at least prepared to do so.

The discussion points documents should follow this template.

Text book require: Harm DeBlij’s Why Geography Matters