BA+178+Midterm+Spring+2009

BA+178+Midterm+Spring+2009 - University of California,...

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University of California, Berkeley Haas School of Business BA 178 Midterm Exam Spring 2009 Student: _______________________________________ Section:_____am_____pm Instructions: Answer all of the questions in Part A, 2 questions in Part B, and 1 question each in Parts C and D. One page of notes is allowed; no other materials may be used. Any instance of cheating will result in failure of the exam. Part A Answer all questions in this part selecting the best answer for each question. Write your answers on a Scantron form. (2 points each, 40 total) 1. This theory, advanced by the 19th-century English economist David Ricardo, forms the intellectual basis of the modern argument for unrestricted free trade. A. Heckscher-Ohlin B. Comparative advantage C. Mercantilism D. Absolute advantage 2. _____ uses price and volume data to determine past trends, which are expected to continue into the future. A. Technical analysis B. Fundamental analysis C. The International Fisher Effect D. The Fisher Effect
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3. According to _____ the social responsibility of business is to increase profits, so long as the company stays within the rules of law. A. The Friedman doctrine B. The righteous moralist C. Cultural relativism D. The naive immoralist 4. A Greenfield investment A. Involves a merger with a foreign business B. Is a form of FDI that involves the establishment of a new operation in a foreign country C. Involves a 7 percent stock in an acquired foreign business entity D. Occurs when a firm acquires another company in a foreign country 5. _____ states that for any two countries, the spot exchange rate should change in an equal amount but in the opposite direction to the difference in nominal interest rates between the two countries. A. The Fisher Effect B. The Inefficient Market theory C. The Efficient Market theory D. The International Fisher Effect 6. This law Passed by the United States in 1970 makes it illegal to bribe a foreign government official in order to maintain business over which that foreign official has authority and requires all publicly traded companies to keep detailed records that would allow
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