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Macroeconomic Theory

Macroeconomic Theory

Macroeconomic Theory Chapter 5: Fiscal Policy Roles of Fiscal policy To provide automatic stabilizers to insulate the economy from shocks to AD (tax and social security). To stabilize output around eq. rate using discretionary fiscal policy (another policy).

By niveditha
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Lecture 14: Monetary Policy

Lecture 14: Monetary Policy

Lecture 14: Monetary Policy Bank of England 1694 Granted monopoly on joint stock banking by Parliament in return for war loans. Not an invention of economists, started off as a powerful bank that was able to demand that other banks held deposits in it.

By mike_john
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2008 Annual Meeting ● Assemblée annuelle 2008 Québec

2008 Annual Meeting ● Assemblée annuelle 2008 Québec

Canadian Institute of Actuaries. L’Institut canadien des actuaires. Actuarial Report on the Canada Pension Plan as at 31 December 2006 and its Peer Review Process. 2008 Annual Meeting ● Assemblée annuelle 2008 Québec. Presentation. Purpose of the CPP Actuarial Report

By akina
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Investment, the Capital Market, and the Wealth of Nations

Investment, the Capital Market, and the Wealth of Nations

Investment, the Capital Market, and the Wealth of Nations. Capital and Investment. Types of capital : physical capital human capital Investment : purchase or development of a capital resource Saving : income not spent on current consumption. The Circular Flow of Goods and Services.

By courtney
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INFLATION AND CAPITAL BUDGETING

INFLATION AND CAPITAL BUDGETING

INFLATION AND CAPITAL BUDGETING. INFLATION IS THE INCREASE IN THE GENERAL LEVEL OF PRICES FOR ALL GOODS AND SERVICES IN AN ECONOMY. NOMINAL VS. REAL. NOMINAL VALUES ARE THE ACTUAL AMOUNT OF MONEY MAKING UP CASH FLOWS REAL VALUES REFLECT THE PURCHASING POWER OF THE CASH FLOWS

By branxton
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Lecture 14: Monetary Policy

Lecture 14: Monetary Policy

Lecture 14: Monetary Policy. Bank of England 1694. Granted monopoly on joint stock banking by Parliament in return for war loans. Not an invention of economists, started off as a powerful bank that was able to demand that other banks held deposits in it.

By cleta
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The Monetary Divide

The Monetary Divide

The Monetary Divide. Individualistic, non-monetary, static, equilibrium paradigms Money as means of payment Dichotomy, Neutrality. The Monetary Divide2. Macrosocial, monetary, dynamic, disequilibrium paradigms Money as finance affects real structure of the economy and income distribution

By adonis
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CHAPTER 11

CHAPTER 11

CHAPTER 11. MEASURING ECONOMIC EXPOSURE. CHAPTER OVERVIEW. I. Foreign Exchange Risk and Economic Exposure II. The Economic Consequences of Exchange Rate Changes III . Identifying Economic Exposure IV. Calculating Economic Exposure V. An Operational Measure of Exchange Rate Risk.

By bat
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Chapter Seven

Chapter Seven

Chapter Seven. Asset-Liability Management: Determining and Measuring Interest Rates and Controlling Interest-Sensitive and Duration Gaps. Key Topics. Asset, Liability, and Funds Management Market Rates and Interest Rate Risk The Goals of Interest Rate Hedging

By dougal
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FI3300 	Corporate Finance

FI3300 Corporate Finance

FI3300 Corporate Finance. Spring Semester 2010 Dr. Isabel Tkatch Assistant Professor of Finance. Learning Objectives. Calculate the PV and FV in multi-period multi-CF time-value-of-money problems: General case Perpetuity Annuity

By nira
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The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy

The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy

The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy. The Demand for Money and the Quantity Equation The quantity of money and the rate of interest Reducing the interest rate increases investment, and therefore (with a multiplier effect) GDP. The connections don’t always work perfectly in practice:

By nash
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Selected Investment Indexes

Selected Investment Indexes

Selected Investment Indexes. Chapter 11. Background. Chapter investigates domestic and international indexes for stock and bond markets Objectives include using indexes to Rapidly gain knowledge Confront theories with facts Investigate market inter-relationships Allocate assets

By lev
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Making the Grade: The Economics of Education Chief of Staff Retreat February 22-24, 2007 copies of this presentation can

Making the Grade: The Economics of Education Chief of Staff Retreat February 22-24, 2007 copies of this presentation can

Making the Grade: The Economics of Education Chief of Staff Retreat February 22-24, 2007 copies of this presentation can be found at www.business.duq.edu/faculty/davies. The cost of private college has increased 7.9% annually while consumer inflation has averaged only 4.4% annually.

By marguerite
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World Economic History

World Economic History

World Economic History. October 15, 2007. The Modern Man. Chapter 9. Changes in the Malthusian world. Decrease in interest rates Increase in literacy and numeracy Increase in working hours Decrease in interpersonal violence. Where did these changes come from?.

By morey
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Business Statistics: Communicating with Numbers By Sanjiv Jaggia and Alison Kelly

Business Statistics: Communicating with Numbers By Sanjiv Jaggia and Alison Kelly

Business Statistics: Communicating with Numbers By Sanjiv Jaggia and Alison Kelly. Chapter 19 Learning Objectives (LOs). LO 19.1: Define and compute investment returns. LO 19.2: Use the Fisher equation to convert nominal returns into real returns and vice versa.

By neron
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Reporting and Interpreting Bonds

Reporting and Interpreting Bonds

Reporting and Interpreting Bonds. Chapter 10. 1,000. $10,000, 9% bond due 2019. Interest for. Investor. Borrower. Bonds. Long-term borrowing arrangement Interest paid at stated rate and times Amount repaid at maturity date. Investor. Borrower. LO2. Insurance Companies.

By limei
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CHAPTER 6

CHAPTER 6

CHAPTER 6. Risk Aversion and Capital Allocation to Risky Assets. Three Steps in Investment Decisions – Top-down Approach. I. Capital Allocation Decision Allocate funds between risky and risk-free assets Made at higher organization levels  II. Asset Allocation Decision

By neron
(159 views)

Economic Fluctuations

Economic Fluctuations

Economic Fluctuations . It’s a recession when your neighbor loses his job, it’s a depression when you lose yours. Harry Truman . Learning Objectives:. Learn about aggregate demand and the factors that will affect it Analyze aggregate supply and the factors that influence it

By tabib
(98 views)

MEASURES OF ECONOMIC GROWTH

MEASURES OF ECONOMIC GROWTH

MEASURES OF ECONOMIC GROWTH. Biba S. Kavass. OBJECTIVES. Define economic growth. Analyze measures of economic growth. Examine GDP per capita. Analyze how GDP is related to a country’s standard of living. Economic Growth. Process by which a nation’s wealth increases over time.

By rollin
(165 views)

Making Capital Investment Decisions

Making Capital Investment Decisions

Chapter 8. Making Capital Investment Decisions. Key Concepts and Skills. Understand how to determine the relevant cash flows for various types of capital investments Be able to compute depreciation expense for tax purposes Incorporate inflation into capital budgeting

By keely
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