Questions from the one of the assigned articles posted on moodle.
What is Finance?
Who are Financial Mangers and what are their responsibilities?
What is EPS and how does it work in Finance?
The relationship between Cash Flows and R
Financial Management Exam 1 Study Guide
The science and art of managing money
Concerned with individuals decisions about:
- How much of their earnings they spend
- How much they save
- How they invest their savings
Test 2 Review Sheet
Basic Patterns of Cash Flow
A single amount: A lump sum amount either held currently or expected at some future
An annuity: a level of periodic stream of cash flow
A mixed stream: a stream of unequal periodic cas
Management Chapter 8: Part One Contingencies of reinforcement
Contingencies of reinforcement four specific consequences used by
organizations to modify employee behavior.
Contingencies used to INCREASE desired behaviors:
1. Positive reinforcement occurs w
Management Chapter 7 Part 1: Social and economic exchanges
Economic exchange relationships that are based on narrowly defined, quid pro
quo obligations that are specified in advance and have an explicit repayment
Happens when employees dont tru
Management Chapter 6 Part One: Expectancy theory
Expectancy theory the cognitive process that employees go through to make
choices among different voluntary responses
Argues that behavior is directed toward pleasure and way from pain or
toward certain o
Chapter 6: Equity theory
Equity theory A theory that suggests that employees create a mental ledger of
the outcomes they receive for their job inputs, relative to some comparison other.
Employees create a mental ledger of the inputs (contributions or
Management Chapter 7 Part 1: Four component model of ethics
Four-component model argues that ethical behaviors result from a multistage
sequence beginning with moral awareness, continuing on to moral judgement, then
to moral intent, and ultimately to ethi
1. Which of the following best describes the NPV profile?
A. A graph of a project's NPV as a function of possible IRRs.
B. A graph of a project's NPV over time.
C. A graph of a project's NPV as a function of possible capital costs.
D. None of these statem
- Money today does not have the same value as money tomorrow
F(amount, risk, timing)
$ today $ in the future
Present value (PV) what something is worth now
Future value (FV) what something is worth in the future
Positive (+) = inflows Negative (
- Unit 2
Valuing Debt Ch. 6
Valuing Equity Ch. 7
Investing Ch. 10 and 11
Tools we will be using
The story of Google,