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Econ 362 3 Schedule 9/21 Introduction to Class and Net Present Value Read about institutions, instruments and markets, BKM 1-5. BKM, Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Malkiel, Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Present Value Formulas and Tables (Packet) Problem Set 1 due at precept week of 9/28 9/23, 9/28, 9/30 Risk Aversion and Portfolio Theory BKM, Chapters 6, 7, 8 Malkiel, Chapter 8 Problem Set 2, 2A due at precept week of 10/5 10/5, 10/7 Capital Asset Pricing Model BKM, Chapters 9 Malkiel, Chapter 9 Problem Set 3 due at precept week of 10/12 10/12, 10/14 Analysis of Financial Statements BKM, Chapter 19 Merrill Lynch, “How to Read a Financial Report” (Packet) Graham and Dodd, “Analysis of the Income Statement,” Chapter 11 in Security Analysis , 5 th ed., McGraw-Hill, 1988 (Packet) Problem Set 4: Read following articles in the course packet Warren Buffett, “Stock Options and Common Sense” Washington Post , April 9, 2002 Zvi Bodie, Robert Kaplan, and Robert C. Merton, “For the Last Time: Stock Options Are an Expense,” Harvard Business Review , March 2003 Burton Malkiel and William Baumol, “A false cure for the ills of stock options,” Financial Times , April 4, 2003 Laura Tyson, “Don’t Throw Out Options Because Investors Took A Bath,” Business Week , April 29, 2002 Hal Varian, “Economic Scene,” New York Times , May 9, 2002
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