Study Guide for Dr. John McCall's "Moral Theory" Paper (Steingard)
1 Descriptive Moral Theory: "The way things are." 1 Prescriptive Moral Theory: "The way things should be." 1 Ethical Relativism: "Individuals and cultures are so different that no common m
Chapter 2 Ethical Theory and Business
Learning Objectives
Understanding basic categories and concepts of ethical theory Identify the error of ethical relativism Explain ethical theory of utilitarianism Explain how utilitarian ethics provides support for m
A GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO MORAL THEORY
John J. McCall I. Introduction This article will concentrate on a general theory of ethics or morality. (I will use those terms interchangeably.) By "moral theory" I mean a systematic attempt to understand the nature
Derivative Strategy 1.
Name
A strategy consists of buying a market index product at $830 and longing a put on the index with a strike of $830. If the put premium is $18.00 and interest rates are 0.5% per month, what is the profit or loss at expiration (in
Derivative Strategy 1.
Name
A strategy consists of buying a market index product at $830 and longing a put on the index with a strike of $830. If the put premium is $18.00 and interest rates are 0.5% per month, what is the profit or loss at expiration (in
Basic Derivative Problems 1.
(Answers are in red)
Select the family member who is offering the most diversification to the rest of the family. A. Dad works for General Motors C. Daughter works for Jiffy Lube B. Mom works for Goodyear D. Son works for Eli
Math 618 Summer 2011
Quiz 1
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1 - rn . 1-r If |r| < 1, then lim rn = 0, and the above sum gives the (infinite) sum of the geometric series From algebra we have
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Algebra/Calculus Reminder
1 + r + r2 + + rn-1 =
1 + r + r2 + r3 + =
k=0
rk = lim
1 - rn 1
Interest Problems 1.
Math 618
Eric deposits $100 into a savings account at time 0, which pays interest at a nominal rate of i, compounded semiannually. Mike deposits $200 into a different savings account at time 0, which pays simple interest at an annual
Math 618 Notes Chapter 1 Interest rate j for a period: X = value at the beginning, Y = value at the end. Then Y -X =j X or Y = (1 + j)X.
Example The interest rates are i1 for the first year, i2 the second year, and i3 the third year. If $100 is deposited
Derivative Strategy 1.
Name
A strategy consists of buying a market index product at $830 and longing a put on the index with a strike of $830. If the put premium is $18.00 and interest rates are 0.5% per month, what is the profit or loss at expiration (in
Saint Joseph's University Haub School of Business, Department of Finance Derivatives: FIN 612, Spring 2012 Gregory M. McDermott, M App Fin Phone: (215) 287-2222 - Cell Email: gmcdermo@sju.edu (For subject please use "FIN 612") Office Hours: TBD. Required
Stakeholder Theory and Social Responsibility
Chapter 1 Why Study Ethics?
Learning Objective Discussion Case: Bernard Madoff's Ponzi Scheme Facts
Definition of Ponzi Scheme Failure of Government Regulators
Questions about the Case
Identify ethical issues a
Problem 2-1
Calculate Working Capital
Cash and marketable securities
Accounts receivable
Inventory
Current assets
$
$
400,000.0 Accrued wages and taxes
1,200,000 Accounts payable
2,100,000 Notes payable
3,700,000
Current liabilities
$
500,000
800,000
600,
Syllabus Spring 2016
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BUS4010N
Business Strategy
Senior Capstone Course for Business And Account
Introduction
Annual report = four basic financial
statements
balance sheet
income statement
statement of cash flows
statement of retained earnings
Financial statement is accounting-based
picture of financial position
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Introduction (cont.)
Accoun
Vocabulary Words 11/17 Tuesday. (vocabulary journal)
identify
distinguish
involve
section
establish
structure
create
proceed
function
define
* write the definition. Use them in a complex sentence,
underline the vocabulary word. Create/draw a picture to re
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10-8-15
Write a definition and sentence for your
word. (on the index card)
Main Idea and Supporting Details Test
(20-25 mins. maximum)
Context clues worksheet
The boy was caught stealing from the store. His
larceny caught up with him when
Good Morning!
-Today you should be done with Huckleberry Finn AND have your 10 definitions/sentences
for academic vocabulary words.
I will collect your vocabulary notebook to read your definitions/sentence/and look at your
pictures for each word.
Today:
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Math 618 Notes Chapter 3 Buying Insurance: floors (put) and caps (call) Selling Insurance: covered writing (call or put) v.s. naked writing Synthetic Forward: buy a C(K,T) and sell a P(K,T). Put-Call Parity: Present value of the cost to buy a share at t =
Derivative Strategy 1.
Name
A strategy consists of buying a market index product at $830 and longing a put on the index with a strike of $830. If the put premium is $18.00 and interest rates are 0.5% per month, what is the profit or loss at expiration (in
MGT 552 Sec G02- Spring 2012
Stakeholder Theory and Social Responsibility: Personal and Professional Business Ethics
Saint Joseph's University Erivan K. Haub School of Business
Edward M. Mahon, J.D. Class Meets: Saturdays 8:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Dates: 01/21;
Team 1: Kathryn Barba Ashley Blount Stephanie Brogan Cara Capriotti Team 2: Hung-Jui Chen Kexin Chen Qi Chen Maureen Darby Team 3: Marcia DeLorenzo Houda El Araibi Ian Fitzwilliam Francis Grunde Team 4: Suay T. Guthrie Tara Hennessy Alicia Iacobellis Yan
MBA Program Saint Joseph's University Fall Semester, 2011
FIN 5245 PENSION AND BENEFITS ADMINISTRATION Instructor : John J. Juliano Office: Mandeville 237 Telephone: (609) 980-5334 (Cell), (856) 294-9209 (Home) E-Mail: johnjuliano@comcast.net Office Hours
St. Joseph's University Haub School of Business/Department of Finance Personal Insurance Planning FIN 604 G01 Spring 2012 Instructor: Email Address: Class Time: Location: Office: Hours: Required Text: Required Other: Robert G. Dean rdean@sju.edu Monday 6:
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