BCOR Course Outline

BCOR Course Outline - Course Outline PART ONE: THE CONTEXT...

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Course Outline PART ONE: THE CONTEXT OF MODERN BUSINESS A. The Economic Environment i. World’s Economic Systems ii. Factors of Production iii. The Role of Profit iv. The Market Economy 0. The Laws of Supply and Demand 1. Imperfect Competition 2. Economic Indicators B. The Role of the Government Channeling Markets Along Competitive Lines Equality versus Efficiency Market Failures: Externalities and Public Goods C. Corporate Social Responsibility Taking Account of Stakeholders’ Interests Ethics and the Individual D. The Globalization of Markets i. The Extent ii. The Appeal iii. The Barriers iv. The Concerns and Emerging Issues PART TWO: THE BUSINESS AS AN ENTITY a. Business Forms b. Entrepreneurship PART THREE: THE INTERRELATED FUNCTIONS OF BUSINESS 1. The Accounting Function: Keeping the Scorecard 0. The Legal Climate 1. The Types of Accounting: Uses of Information 2. GAAP/IFRS 3. The Basics of Accounting Language 4. Fundamental Financial Statements 5. Assessing Organizational Health: Ratio Analyses
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2008 for the course BCOR 1010 taught by Professor Latier,jef during the Spring '07 term at Colorado.

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BCOR Course Outline - Course Outline PART ONE: THE CONTEXT...

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