The government is considering two ways to help the needy: giving them cash or giving them free meals at soup kitchens. Give an argument for giving cash. Give an argument, based on asymmetric information, for why the soup kitchen may be better than the cash handout.
Catapult Rubric (Your response must be in complete sentences and using correct grammar and formal writing style. Each response should be at least 3 sentences.) Submit by clicking the Catapult tab on Bb. Bryce Bettag Is this a Today Problem 3/1/16 Kelly Wilkinson The three most important points that you learned from the catapult are: 1. Identifying the difference between critical and noncritical tasks If resources were unlimited, there would be no need to prioritize things. For you could literally have it all. There are multiple resources that are valuable to someone’s overall success, including time, human effort, money, and space. We all have the same amount of time so it is very imperative to prioritize it. Today, we are all so busy that it is nearly impossible to make ev