How is Switzerland “renouncing network externalities” by not using standard European plugs?

Which of the following products are most likely to have significant network externalities? Briefly explain. a. Smartwatches b. Dog food c. Board games d. LCD televisions e. 3D televisions. Writing about a trip to Switzerland in an article in the New York Times, economist Daniel Hamermesh noted that electrical outlets in Switzerland use an unusual threeprong plug. Adapters for that type of plug are not typically included in adapter sets, so he and his wife weren’t able to plug their computers into their hotel’s outlets. Hamermesh wondered: “Why does Switzerland renounce the network externalities that would come with using standard European plugs with their standard 220-volt electricity?” How is Switzerland “renouncing network externalities” by not using standard European plugs?

Complete the assignment with a discussion of what you gained from reading about these two entrepreneurs.

You have been given the assignment to read Beer School: Bottling Success at The Brooklyn Brewery. Upon completion of reading this informative book dealing with this real life rags to riches entrepreneurial….

Prepare an income statement and an owner’s equity statement for the 2 months ended December 31, 2019, and a classified balance sheet as of December 31, 2019.

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Complete Problems 5 and 6 from Chapter 16 in the textbook.

Complete Problems 5 and 6 from Chapter 16 in the textbook. Follow the text directions for Problem 5 closely. Problem 6 should be in paragraph form and answer all parts….