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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)
Quartz is a guide to the new global economy for people in business who are excited by change. We cover business, economics, markets, finance, technology, science, design, and fashion.
David Yanofsky, Amanda Shendruk
Quartz

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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)
Quartz is a guide to the new global economy for people in business who are excited by change. We cover business, economics, markets, finance, technology, science, design, and fashion.
David Yanofsky, Amanda Shendruk
Quartz

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For this final project, you will have the opportunity to integrate everything th

For this final project, you will have the opportunity to integrate everything that has been covered this term and apply it to a standards war that is currently underway.
Step 1. What have you learned in this course?
Review the learning objectives for each of the course modules and the lessons located at the end of the chapters in Information Rules to help you develop the list of issues to look for. Do this before you begin your research. You will need to be thinking like an economist as you do your research on the autonomous vehicle ecosystem.
Step 2. Gather information
What are the various components of the AV ecosystem?
Think about the cars: what makes them autonomous? What’s fixed and what can be changed (and how)?
Think beyond the vehicles. What changes need to be made to infrastructure? Laws? Insurance?
Who are the various players/stakeholders? What power do they have?
Step 3. Report, Analyze, Relate to Readings
Report what you found and interpret your findings based on the economic concepts and ideas covered in this course.
Describe the current situation. You should include a brief description of a few of the major contenders in the market.
Are concepts from previous modules applicable? If so, be sure to include that analysis.
Analyze and explain the strategies being used by the various contenders using the frameworks developed in Shapiro and Varian.
Speculate about how this standards war might be resolved. Use economic theory and concepts to justify your prediction. Obviously, there’s no right or wrong answer to your prediction, so this final paper will be evaluated on the basis of how well you:
research and explain the products being developed
research the players and their stake in these products
analyze the alliances and their strategies
base your conclusion on your analysis and evidence
tie your analysis and conclusions to the readings
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 five to ten pages. What I’m looking for is an analysis in which you draw conclusions, based on your observations 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!
Assignments should be single-spaced and left justified (both are the default settings).
Please make sure all information and instructions are correctly followed and no plagiarism.
And please use the textbook Information Rules by Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Varian also answer to the questions provided. Do not use a lot of sources mainly use the textbook as a source

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Let’s explore the various meanings of “open” from the point of view of this modu

Let’s explore the various meanings of “open” from the point of view of this module.
Is an open system an openness strategy?
Do open standards ensure openness?
What do YOU mean when you say open?
What I’m looking for are (1) evidence that you’re applying the concepts from this, and previous, modules
Please follow instructions properly and correctly. No Plagiarism!!
Please use the textbook Information Rules by Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Varian as a source
No paraphrasing and not a research paper either it is an analysis of context answering the questions form the prompt

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Respond to discussion topic in a minimum of 300 words total: Select a familiar b

Respond to discussion topic in a minimum of 300 words total:
Select a familiar business or find a business by conducting an Internet search.
Identify the selected business’ structure using the business structures identified in: Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, or Corporation
Explain the advantages and disadvantages of the selected business structure that would apply to any similar business structure.
Provide an example of one advantage and one disadvantage with an explanation of why you selected each example.

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When you’re arrested, they tell you you’re innocent until proven guilty’ but at

When you’re arrested, they tell you you’re innocent until proven guilty’ but at trial, if not found guilty they say not guilty instead of innocent. Why?

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Let’s explore the various meanings of “open” from the point of view of this modu

Let’s explore the various meanings of “open” from the point of view of this module.
Is an open system an openness strategy?
Do open standards ensure openness?
What do YOU mean when you say open?
What I’m looking for are (1) evidence that you’re applying the concepts from this, and previous, modules
Please follow instructions properly and correctly. No Plagiarism!!
Please use the textbook Information Rules by Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Varian as a source
No paraphrasing and not a research paper either it is an analysis of context answering the questions form the prompt

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Respond to discussion topic in a minimum of 300 words total: Select a familiar b

Respond to discussion topic in a minimum of 300 words total:
Select a familiar business or find a business by conducting an Internet search.
Identify the selected business’ structure using the business structures identified in: Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, or Corporation
Explain the advantages and disadvantages of the selected business structure that would apply to any similar business structure.
Provide an example of one advantage and one disadvantage with an explanation of why you selected each example.