AACSB Reflective Thinking Blooms Application Learning Goal 20 5 Level of

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AACSB: Reflective Thinking Blooms: Application Learning Goal: 20-5 Level of Learning 3: Application of principles Nickels - Chapter 20 #151 Topic: The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) 152. (p. 560) According to the Reaching Beyond Our Borders box in Chapter 19, titled, "The Banking Crisis Goes Global", several of China's small businesses could not continue to operate during the economic downturn of 2008-2009, without lending institutions willing to keep them afloat. Chinese banks tightened their belts, and many of these fledgling businesses went under. TRUE According to the Reaching Beyond Our Borders box, even a prosperous nation such as China began to feel the crunch of the economic recession of 2008-2009. Chinese banks and lending institutions refused to lend money to several small businesses. This resulted in 67,000 small businesses in China going bankrupt in the beginning of 2008. AACSB: Reflective Thinking Blooms: Application Learning Goal: 20-5 Level of Learning 3: Application of principles Nickels - Chapter 20 #152 Topic: Reaching Beyond Our Borders box 153. (p. 562) Existing regulations prohibit Internet banking activities unless the bank also operates a traditional brick-and-mortar facility. FALSE AACSB: Reflective Thinking Blooms: Knowledge Learning Goal: 20-6 Level of Learning 1: Knowledge of Key Terms Nickels - Chapter 20 #153 Topic: Online Banking 42
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154. (p. 561) GO-tags, a new product introduced by First Data, Inc. sports a small chip with a radio-transmitter that permits the user to tap a small card against a machine and transfer funds from the card to the vendor's account. TRUE AACSB: Reflective Thinking Blooms: Knowledge Learning Goal: 20-6 Level of Learning 1: Knowledge of Key Terms Nickels - Chapter 20 #154 Topic: Using Technology to Make Banking More Efficient 155. (p. 561) An electronic funds transfer system (EFT) is an electronic transaction system used for paying bills, making direct deposits of paychecks, and paying for a purchase. TRUE AACSB: Reflective Thinking Blooms: Knowledge Learning Goal: 20-6 Level of Learning 1: Knowledge of Key Terms Nickels - Chapter 20 #155 Topic: Using Technology to Make Banking More Efficient 156. (p. 561) A debit card is better than a credit card because it allows the purchaser to float a short term loan, until the credit card company sends the bills at the end of the month. FALSE AACSB: Reflective Thinking Blooms: Knowledge Learning Goal: 20-6 Level of Learning 1: Knowledge of Key Terms Nickels - Chapter 20 #156 Topic: Using Technology to Make Banking More Efficient 157. (p. 561-562) A newer product is the payroll debit card . It is cheaper for employers to load your paycheck on a debit card than to cut a check. This is convenient for customers who do not qualify for a regular debit or credit card, because they can use it to pay bills, do online purchasing and even get cash from an ATM machine.
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