Week 2 10-07-14 Students' Lecture Outline

Week 2 10-07-14 Students' Lecture Outline - BA 385 Business...

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BA 385: Business Environment Darryl Mleynek Adjunct Faculty, SBA [email protected] Week 2 Students’ Lecture Outline _______________________________________ Economic Mobility / The 1% / Securitization Comments/Questions/Discussion _______________________________________ The Film: Inside Job Comments/Questions/Discussion _______________________________________ Capitalism/Socialism/Democracy 1. Introductory Comments 2. Questions/Discussion _______________________________________ 1. Society as the Macro-environment a. Society and the economy. 1) Capitalism vs. Democracy 1 . 1 Kapur, Ajay, CFA. Citigroup: Equity Strategy. Plutonomy: Buying Luxury, Explaining Global Imbalances . 10/16/05.Kapur, Ajay, CFA. Citigroup: Equity Strategy. Revisiting Plutonomy: The Rich Getting Richer . 3/05/06. 1 “To feel much for others and little for ourselves; to restrain our selfishness and exercise our benevolent affections, constitute the perfection of human nature.” Adam Smith: The Theory of Moral Sentiments, p. 77. Assignments for Week 2 (1) Economic Mobility / The 1% / Securitization 7/01/14 Will be discussed. (2) “The Crisis of Credit Visualized . YouTube 7/01/14 0:11:11 hrs. Watch. (3) Watch the film Inside Job . Available from Amazon or 7/01/14 1:49 hours. Will be YouTube or Films for Action . discussed in class. (4) Mishkin, Frederic. “The Economist’s Reply to ‘ Inside Job .’ 7/01/14 Recommended Reading .
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