Perspectives of Corporation Responsibility
By Diana Meyer
[email protected]
Word Count: 1,220
1.
According to Milton Friedman, what is the responsibility of corporate executives?
Friedman argues that the responsibility of the corporate executive, when acti
Econ 464
Specific Factors Problem
Consider a world with two commodities (clocks and vegetables) and three factors (capital, land
and labor). The production of clocks uses capital (K) and labor, while the production of
vegetables uses land (T) and labor.
C
Choosing a location for a companys production facility requires careful
consideration to ensure the success of the business. When picking this important
location, managers consider how the place will minimize shipping costs in terms of its
proximity to su
1. PartA
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Econ 522
Economics of Law
Dan Quint
Fall 2016
Lecture 22
Logistics
HW4 due next week
Final exam
Fri Dec 23, 10:05 a.m., in this room
Fully cumulative generally more weight on second half of semester,
but everything is fair game!
Online course evaluatio
Econ 522
Economics of Law
Dan Quint
Spring 2017
Lecture 11
Reminders
HW2 due tomorrow night
First midterm in class next Wednesday
Covers through end of property law (middle of last lecture)
2
Last time, we started contract law
Contract
Legally binding
Econ 522
Economics of Law
Dan Quint
Spring 2017
Lecture 12
Reminder: midterm exam Wednesday
Covers through end of property law, no contract law
Closed book: no books/notes, no calculators
Also: HW2 solutions available after lecture
For now: back to co
Econ 522
Economics of Law
Dan Quint
Spring 2017
Lecture 10
Reminders
Homework 2 due Thursday at midnight
Midterm 1 next Wednesday (Mar 1)
covers through the end of property law
2
Last time:
Remedies
Temporary versus permanent damages when is each one p
Econ 522
Economics of Law
Dan Quint
Spring 2017
Lecture 5
Reminders
Homework due tomorrow night at midnight
If you want to read ahead:
Guido Calabresi and Douglas Melamed, Property Rules, Liability
Rules, and Inalienability: One View of the Cathedral
2
Econ 522
Economics of Law
Dan Quint
Spring 2017
Lecture 9
Logistics
Second homework due next Thursday (Feb 23)
First midterm Wednesday March 1
practice problems on website, along with answers to some
2
Back to
Remedies
3
Remedies (review)
Maximum liber
Econ 522
Economics of Law
Dan Quint
Spring 2017
Lecture 4
Reminder
HW1 due midnight Thursday via [email protected]
If you want to read ahead:
Harold Demsetz, Toward a Theory of Property Rights
2
So far, we have
Defined efficiency
Maximizing total surplus achiev
Econ 522
Economics of Law
Dan Quint
Spring 2017
Lecture 8
Logistics
HW1 grades posted
HW2 up (on course website and Canvas), due Thursday
night February 23
First midterm: Wednesday, March 1
2
Last week
Discussed what efficient property law system woul
Steven Min
ECON 522 Homework 1
Question 1 Efficient Allocation
All four situations are Kaldor-Hicks improvements.
Question 2 Efficient Production
a) Working as a coal miner is the most efficient use of
Introduction
Story 1: Tesla
This is the Tesla Roadster.
All-electric car, based on the Lotus Elise, introduced in 2008.
Cost 110,000 at the time. I believe they initially had a range around 100 miles on a charge,
but subsequent improvements have boosted t
Exercise 4 Random Walk
Finance 320 - Investment Theory
Name_
Class period (circle one):
9:30
11:00
4:00
Answers to all problems must be written by hand using pencil or pen. Write legibly. Typewritten
answers are not acceptable. Solutions must be turned in
Exercise 3 Diversification
Finance 320 - Investment Theory
Name_
Class period (circle one):
9:30
11:00
4:00
Answers to all problems must be written by hand using pencil or pen. Write legibly!
TYPEWRITTEN VALUES ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE. Solutions must be turned
Math 340: Exam 2 Review
Jim Brunner
November 9, 2016
1
List of Topics
Vector Spaces
definition, operations, subspaces
The span of vectors
Linear combinations, subspaces (again)
Linear dependence & independence
A basis for a space
dimension, coordin
Exercise 1 Transaction costs
Finance 320 - Investment Theory
Name_
Class period (circle one):
9:30
11:00
4:00
Answers to all problems must be written by hand using pencil or pen. TYPEWRITTEN VALUES ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.
Solutions must be turned in on copies
Practice mid-term exam for
FIN 330: Derivative Securities
(75 min/100 points)
October 14, 2016
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Fall 2016
UW School of Business
Prof. Eraker and Dr. Brendler
Instructions
This is a closed-book, closed-note exam. You are allowed to use only you
Practice Midterm
Finance 330
Bjrn Eraker
1. If the standard deviation of a stock is 2% per day, then the standard deviation per year is
730%
38.1%
31.74%
24%
2. You have $10,000 in your Interactive Brokers account. You short 10,000 worth of Facebook s
Chapter 1
Scarcity: means that society has limited resources and therefore cannot produce all the goods
and services people wish to have.
Economics: the study of how society manages its scarce resources.
- Economists therefore study how people make decisi
Econ. 326(Fall 2016)
Homework #3: 20 points
I.
II.
Show all of your work in each question. In parts (d), (e), and (g) make sure to set up your null
and alternative hypotheses and write your conclusions. Also, please round your numbers to 2
decimal points.
Discussion 8 Econ 701
Auctions
Review (From last year handout)
The Revenue Equivalence Theorem
Definition: A standard auction is an auction in which:
i. The bidder with the highest valuation gets the good
ii. The expected payment of the bidder with the lo
Discussion 4 Econ 701
Fixed Fee Monopoly Brokerage
Concepts and Definitions
Proposition 1: Suppose that there exists a feasible pairing P in which the number
of consummated exchanges equals Q. Then there exists a feasible pairing 0 ,
possibly distinct fro
Discussion 7 Econ 701
Auctions
Review
HW2
Random allocation- The seller can offer a lottery to the buyer.
Non- Random allocation No lotteries (Thats what we have seen so far).
Auctions
- n players = 1,2,3, , . And is the valuation of player i.
- () is the
Discussion 2 Econ 701
Continuous Probability
Concepts and Definitions (Taken from the handout from last year)
Joint distribution function: , (, ) = Pr( , ).
Continuous random variable: takes values in an uncountable set, for example, the
height of a perso