Dr. Crawfords MGT 4800J Course Rough Draft Schedule & Important Dates Spring 2017*
Tues, Jan 10
Thurs, Jan 12
Tues, Jan 17
Thurs, Jan 19
Tues, Jan 24
Thurs, Jan 26
Tues, Jan 31
Thurs, Feb 2
Tues, Feb 7
Thurs, Feb 9
Tues, Feb 14
Thurs, Feb 16
Final Board Report & Presentation Assignments
Based on your companys performance during the Capstone experience, write a final team debrief report to
the Company's Board of Directors and shareholders. This Board Report is not intended to be an academic
What do you think the future will be for traditional hotels, and for Airbnb? Is there a limit to
When an individual that booked a hotel room steps into their room, they have this
mindset that now its time to enjoy the weekend, dial some room servi
Inputs - (DO NOT EDIT)
(Using Offset formula, with XOM!A1 as Reference) What was the OPEN of XOM on 01/10/2005?
(Using Offset formula, with KO!A1 as Reference) What was the CLOSE of KO on 06/13/2005?
(Using Offset formula, wi
In how many events did the United States earn a medal?
In how many events did either the United States, Germany, or France win a medal?
How many total medals were won by the US, Germany, and France?
What is the fewest number of medals won by a c
(Using the Match Formula) by the end of what year will you have 100k equity in the Asset?
(Using the Offset Formula with cell 'Loan Data'!B9 as a reference) How much interest will you pay in year 6?
(Using the Offset Formula with cell 'Loan Data
FIRST FINANCIAL MODEL
Net fixed assets/Sales
Costs of goods sold/Sales
Interest rate on debt
Interest paid on cash and marketable securities
Dividend payout ratio
Logging train arriving at the mill ca. 1910, Diboll, TX; Diboll History Center
Texas sawmill, early 20th century; US Forest service
Lumber mill ca. 1910, Laurel, MS; MS Historical Society
Belt-driven planing machines, Texas sawmill, early 20th ce
GIVENS & ASSUMPTIONs
Gross Building Area (GBA)
Gross Leasable Area (GLA) - MF
Gross Leasable Area (GLA) - Office
Gross Leasable Area (GLA) - Retail
Average MF Unit Size
Credit Derivatives and Quantitative Research
New York, London
About this primer
This primer introduces credit derivatives to new users and explains how to
value and trade them. The supporting graphs, exhibits, foo
Credit Event Auction Primer
This primer is provided for informational purposes only. Each auction is governed by the Auction
Settlement Terms posted on www.isda.org/credit. For any questions about this primer, please
contact either [email protected] or [email protected]
A Primer on Implied Correlation
John A. Dodson
August 18, 2007
This note summarizes a presentation delivered to the University of Minnesota Financial Mathematics Practitioner Seminar on August 15, 2007. The theme for the summer session was credit derivati
A Primer on Credit Derivatives
Stephen P. DArcy, FCAS, MAAA, Ph.D.
James McNichols, ACAS
Xinyan Zhao, Ph.D.
Copyright 2009 by the Society of Actuaries.
All rights reserved by the Society of Actuaries. Permission is granted to make brief excerpts for a pub
Bond A has a settlement date of 12/15/2007, maturity date of 4/15/2014, coupon rate of 5%, price of $890, face value of $1000
Bond B has a settlement date of 12/15/2007, maturity date of 6/15/2025, coupon rate of 9.5%, price of $1040, face value of $1
4 main areas of finance
- Corporate (business)
- Financial Institutions (banks, firms)
- Investments (assets)
-International (exchange rates, international barriers)
3 main decisions
> Capital budgeting: long term investments
- Capital structure: how to f
Topic D Exercises
Mutual Funds, Hedge Funds and ETFs
Exercise #1: NAV Calculation (slide 3)
Seton Capital Fund has $20 million assets, $1.5 million liabilities, and the fund has
700,000 shares outstanding. What is the NAV of a share of Seton Capital Fund?
MIS 2000 - Introduction to Management Information Systems
Spring 2015 version 2
10:30-11:20 BAA 2001/2003
11:30-12:20 BAA 2001/2003
1030-11:20 Olscamp 111
1030-11:20 Olscamp 111
Excel Case 1
Introduction to the C
(1). Indicate by a (+), (-), or (0) whether each of the following events would probably cause accounts
receivable, sales, and profits to increase, decrease, or be affected in an indeterminate manner
The firm tightens its credit standards
GLOBAL STRATEGY: Test Bank/ Chapter Two
CHAPTER 2 MANAGING INDUSTRY COMPETITION
1. Mass markets tend to be characterized by low profit margins.
AACSB: BUSPROG: Reflective Thinking; DISC: Creation of Value
GLOBAL STRATEGY: Test Bank/ Chapter Eight
CHAPTER 8 MANAGING GLOBAL COMPETITIVE DYNAMICS
1. Strategy involves planning for actions rather than reactions or interaction.
AACSB: BUSPROG: Analytic; DISC: Strate
GLOBAL STRATEGY: Test Bank/ Chapter Five
CHAPTER 5 GROWING AND INTERNATIONALIZING
THE ENTREPRENEURIAL FIRM
1. Entrepreneurship is not the exclusive domain of small, young firms.
AACSB: BUSPROG: Analytic; DIS
GLOBAL STRATEGY: Test Bank/ Chapter Four
CHAPTER 4 EMPHASIZING INSTITUTIONS, CULTURES, AND ETHICS
1. Cognitive pillar refers to the internalized, taken-for-granted values and beliefs that
guide individual and firm behavior.
GLOBAL STRATEGY: Test Bank/ Chapter Ten
CHAPTER 10 STRATEGIZING, STRUCTURING, AND LEARNING
AROUND THE WORLD
1. Home replication strategy emphasizes the home country replication of
international based competencies.
GLOBAL STRATEGY: Test Bank/ Chapter 11
CHAPTER 11 GOVERNING THE CORPORATION AROUND THE WORLD
1. Founders usually start up firms and completely own and control these enterprises.
AACSB: BUSPROG: Analytic; DIS
GLOBAL STRATEGY: Test Bank/ Chapter Three
CHAPTER 3 LEVERAGING RESOURCES AND CAPABILITIES
1. In SWOT analysis, the resource view focuses on OT: Opportunities and Threats.
AACSB: BUSPROG: Analytic; DISC: Stra
GLOBAL STRATEGY: Test Bank/ Chapter Six
CHAPTER 6 ENTERING FOREIGN MARKETS
1. The Liability of Foreignness is the inherent disadvantage foreign firms experience
in host countries because of their nonnative status.
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OR 380: Introduction to Management Science
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