IBUS 301 FALL 2011 FINAL

IBUS 301 FALL 2011 FINAL - IBUS 301 FALL 2011 FINA EXAM DUE...

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IBUS 301 FALL 2011 FINA EXAM DUE DECEMBER 7, 2011 AT 11:59, 2011 Instructions SHORT ANSWERS: 1-2 sentences for each bullet ESSAY QUESTIONS: 2 pages per question BONUS QUESTION: work through the full country risk model Format: 12 font – 1.5 space – 1.0” margins - do not deviate from these guidelines Electronic delivery in the Blackboard Digital Drop-box . If you are worried about using BB you can send me a an e-mail requesting receipt confirmation; I will not answer right away but I will respond within a day or two. Grading 60% of your grade will be determined by your specific references to readings and in class presentations 30% of your grade will be determined by the rationality and cohesiveness of your thoughts and how you can “pull together” what you learned in class, in your readings and in your ability to draw from other business and economics classes. 10% of your grade will depend on your ‘diction’ level – your willingness and ability to express yourself in a tone and vocabulary suitable for an adult discussion of business or economic phenomena. The exam is shorter than the mid-term and I am giving you plenty of time so there will be no excuse for hostility written and poorly organized answers; I have higher expectations for the final. A few words of advice Write in full sentences – not in bullet points.
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course IBUS 301 taught by Professor Ms.nartey during the Fall '12 term at South Carolina.

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IBUS 301 FALL 2011 FINAL - IBUS 301 FALL 2011 FINA EXAM DUE...

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