June 22, 2013
Week 4 Homework Accounting Review
1. Hillary Swank Clothiers had sales of $375,000 and cost of goods sold of $246,000.
a. What is the gross profit margin (ratio of gross profit to sales)?
b. If the average firm in the clothing i
June 15, 2013
Week 3 Homework
1. Two people are given the choice to participate in a retirement program in which the firm matches
contributions. Person A is given a form in which she must check a box to opt into the retirement
1. Write down and interpret the following equations (without looking at your notes):
(a) GDP accounting equation (expenditure approach);
(b) National income accounting equation for Sprivate;
(c) National income accounting equation for Spublic;
Originated in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 1959 by Leon Levine.
11 state-of-the-art distribution centers, and hubs:
1. Odessa, TX
2. Duncan, OK
3. West Memphis, AR
4. Marianna, FL
5. Matthews, NC
Case Study A LP Funding Model
Several companies have learned that a well-funded and
comprehensive employee benefits package constitutes an important
part of the compensation plan needed to attract and retain key
personnel. An employee stock ownership plan
GLOBAL JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH VOLUME 8 NUMBER 2 2014 81 EXPORT DRIVERS AND
BARRIERS: EVIDENCE FROM GHANAIAN PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING FIRMS Samuel Yaw
Akomea, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana Olav Jull Srensen, Aalborg
When price changes, quantity supplied will change. That is a movement along
the same supply curve. When factors other than price changes, supply curve
will shift. Here are some determinants of the supply curve.
1. Production cost:
Since most private compa