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Escuela Superior Politcnica del Litoral
Tcnicas de Expresin Oral y Escrita
Ensayo acerca de La Metamorfosis
Nombre: Juver Romero
Tesis: La hipocresa e imprudencia, perfecto perfil que marca el falso amor.
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ELK ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF FINANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT
ISSN 2349-2325 (Online); DOI: 10.16962/EAPJFRM/issn. 2349-2325/2015; Volume 7 Issue 2 (2016)
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NON-PERFORMING LOANS AND
MACROECONOMIC FACTORS WITH BANK SPECIFIC
Warehouse Management (WM)
Case Study I
This case study explains an integrated warehouse management process which
is triggered by a purchase order for a warehouse-managed storage location.
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SAP ERP LAB MANUAL
COLLEGE OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES
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AL MUZAHMIYA BRANCH
LAB INSTRUCTOR: SYED AHAD MURTAZA ALVI
SAP ERP Introduction
Output and Costs
Today we will study the theory of the firm and the
We will learn to distinguish between the short run
and the long run.
- a firms short-run product curves
- a firms short-run cost curves
- a firms long-run
We just learned how to use the demand and supply
model to generate predictions.
Now, we will learn how to provide richer predictions
based on the elasticities of demand and supply.
What is Elasticity?
When supply increases, t
Utility and Demand
Economists assume that people behave to make
themselves as well off as possible.
We will explain the limits to consumption and
describe preferences using the concept of utility.
We will study the marginal utility theo
A persons budget and preferences determine what
goods and services she consumes.
Using the budget line and indifference curves,
economists can predict how changes in the price of a
good affect the
In this chapter, we will explain how monopoly arises
We will explain how a single-price monopoly
determines its output and price
We will compare the outcomes of single-price
monopoly and competition
What is monopoly?
Last class, we learned profit theory of the firm and
the firms costs.
Today we will learn how price and output are
determined in perfect competition.
Moreover, we will explain why firms enter and leave
Monitoring Jobs and Inflation
Why is unemployment a problem?
Why does unemployment occur?
How do we measure unemployment?
Why is inflation a problem and how do we measure
the inflation rate?
Employment and Unemployment
What kind of job
What is Economics?
What is economics?
Two big economic questions
Economic way of thinking
Economics as social science and policy tool
What is economics?
We always want more than we can get, so we face
Scarcity forces us to mak
Chapter 30: Income Distribution & Poverty
Lorenz curve: Shows the cumulative share of income earned by each
quintile of households.
o Quintile = 20%
Hypothetical Lorenz curve
Chapter 25: Corporate Mergers & Antitrust
Trusts & Antitrust
Trusts: Cartels that set P & allocate sales among their member firms
Attitudes of the trust: Generally disregarded the public
Chapter 24: Oligopoly
An industry with just a few sellers
o So few that at least 1 firm large enough to influence P.
Product can be identical, similar, or differentiated
Chapter 28: Labour Markets & Wage Rates
SS of Labour
3 classes: 1) Skilled, 2) Semi-skilled, 3) Unskilled.
Abundance of non-competing labour categories; however, presence of
opportunities => Incent
Chapter 23: Monopolistic Competition
Has many firms selling a differentiated product.
o Differentiated: Buyer makes a difference between 1 product &
another, for some reason
Chapter 11: Classical & Keynesian Economics
The Classical Economic System
Says Law: Supply creates its own demand.
o Centrepiece of classical economics
o Seller sells product, earns income, purchases
Chapter 22: Monopoly
The only firm in an industry
o Monopoly produces all the output in an industry
o No one produces the output nor sells the monopolists product
No close substitutes
Chapter 14: Federal Reserve & Monetary Policy
Federal Reserve System
Federal Reserve Act, 1913: Created Federal Reserve System
o Response to the panic of 1907: Caused depletion of reserves
Chapter 16: Economic Growth & Productivity
Industrial Revolution & American Economic Development
Prior to Industrial Revolution:
o Old age began around 40 years of age
o Individuals lived & died wit
Chapter 8: ExportImport Sector (Xn)
Basis for International Trade
Specialisation & exchange
o Specialising: Get good at producing a good/service => Sell at
relatively low price
o Nations can produ
Chapter 10: Economic Fluctuations, Unemployment & Inflation
The alternating increases & decreases in level of business activity, of
varying amplitude & length.
o Quantifying the increa
Chapter 9: Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Indicator of national output (production)
Measured by: Nations expenditure on all final goods & services, produced
during the year at market prices
Chapter 13: Money & Banking
Any asset that can be used to make a purchase
o Ideally, the asset should be somewhat scarce, divisible, portable.
3 jobs of money: 1) Medium of exchange, 2)