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Problem Set 1 ECOS3012 Strategic Behavior, 2011 Note. Just a couple of problems to get the hang of Expected Utility calculation and some of its implications. Solutions will be taken up during Lecture 2. Problem 1. Consider an urn lled with 100 balls, col
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Problem Set 3 (Lecture 4, March 23) ECOS3012  Strategic Behavior, Semester 1, 2011 Exercise 1. Do all the end of chapter problems from the chapter titled Rationalizability and Iterated Dominance. Solution. See the last two pages of this le. I think the m
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Ecos3012 Strategic Behavior Midterm Exam, Semester 1, 2011 NOTE: This exam consists of 20 multiple choice questions and 2 problems. Each multiple choice question is worth 3 points and each problem is worth 20 points. Therefore, you can score a maximum of
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
1 Quiz 1 Solutions ECOS3012  Strategic Behavior, Semester 1, 2011 Note. Here is the sketch of solutions to Quiz 1. I will put up the explanation for Q7 a bit later it is easiest to explain with a couple of pictures and I am not able to draw those on this
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Quiz 2 Questions and Solutions ECOS3012  Strategic Behavior, Semester 1, 2011 You can retake this Quiz for practice and then compare your answers with the solutions by downloading the other version made available on Blackboard. Begin Quiz Q1. Consider a
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Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield Microeconomics Exercises Mathematical Background 1 Exercises: Mathematical Background 1. Solve a simple onevariable equation 3x + 7
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Outline of lecture 2 (Jan 18; 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.) 1. rays interactions with matter a) Photoelectric effect b) Pair production c) Compton scattering d) Attenuation coefficients; mass attenuation coefficients; beam attenuation 2. Charged particles inter
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Outline of lecture 1 (Jan 14; 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.) 1. Mass defect and binding energy a) Definitions: mass number, atomic number, amu, eV b) Mass defect c) Binding energy; Einstein's formula d) Binding energy per nucleon: fission and fusion processes 2
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Managerial Work: Analysis from Observation Author(s): Henry Mintzberg Source: Management Science, Vol. 18, No. 2, Application Series (Oct., 1971), pp. B97B110 Published by: INFORMS Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/stable/2629532 . Accessed: 20/09/2013 10:
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Course: Clabe
public law 14: sources of EU law Study online at quizlet.com/_6rfjd 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 'Metric Martyrs' case (Thoburn v. Sunderland City Council [2002] attempts were made, but rejected, to run the proposition that the legislative and judicial inst
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield Microeconomics Exercises Mathematical Background 1 Exercises: Mathematical Background 1. Solve a simple onevariable equation 3x + 7
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
2/24/2015 Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield 5 Choice 1 2/24/2015 What have we learnt so far? Economic Rationality: Individual chooses best bundle she can afford, or Co
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2/18/2015 Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield 3 Preferences 1 2/18/2015 Rationality in Economics Behavioral Postulate: A decisionmaker always chooses most preferred alte
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
3/11/2015 Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield 15 Market Demand 1 3/11/2015 Background We have dealt quite extensively with how we can analyse an individuals consumption c
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2/17/2015 Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield 1 1 The Market 2 1 2/17/2015 The Theory of Economics does not furnish a body of settled conclusions immediately applicable t
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Ecos3012 Strategic Behavior Midterm Exam, Semester 1, 2011 NOTE: This exam consists of 20 multiple choice questions and 2 problems. Each multiple choice question is worth 3 points and each problem is worth 20 points. Therefore, you can score a maximum of
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
1 Quiz 1 Solutions ECOS3012  Strategic Behavior, Semester 1, 2011 Note. Here is the sketch of solutions to Quiz 1. I will put up the explanation for Q7 a bit later it is easiest to explain with a couple of pictures and I am not able to draw those on this
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Quiz 2 Questions and Solutions ECOS3012  Strategic Behavior, Semester 1, 2011 You can retake this Quiz for practice and then compare your answers with the solutions by downloading the other version made available on Blackboard. Begin Quiz Q1. Consider a
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Quiz 2 Questions ECOS3012  Strategic Behavior, Semester 1, 2011 Note. Print out this le. Work our your solutions to the questions below. Log back into Blackboard, access Quiz 2 under Online Quizzes Tab and click Submit to submit your answers . Questio
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Ecos3012 Strategic Behavior Midterm Exam Details, Semester 1, 2011 Admin details Time Date Location Duration Format Weighting 6:20 p.m. 4 May Wallace Theatre 2 hours Section 1: 20 MCQ, worth 60 points in total Section 2: Two Problems worth 40 in total You
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Ecos3012 Strategic Behavior Final Exam Details, Semester 1, 2011 Admin details Time and date check University Exam timetable Duration 2 hours Format Section 1: 20 MCQ, worth 60 points in total Section 2: Choose any TWO of THREE Problems These require answ
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Assignment for Monday 24th of november 2014 (Session 1013 in the Computer Lab) : Read Case Applichem (end of chapter 9 in the textbook) Assignment for Tuesday 25th of november 2014: Read Case Study Chrsyler Score program (file uploaded as UNIBO AMS Cam
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St ocking and selling deperishable product s This exercise shows how to build a model to understand how to purchase and stock to maximize profit Most daily newspapers can be sold for just a day. The day after, as news are no longer "new" (and also because
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Problem 2 page 292 Determining the number of kanban card sets The lead time (L) The Demand (D) Safety stock (S) is (as a % of the expected demand) Container size (C) in units k= (expected demand during lead time + safety stock)/size of the container= =DL(
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Solved problem n. 5 page 8889 production volume to meet the demand forecast working day of 8 hours task information cycle time (seconds) theroretical miniminum number of workstations 600 units 480 mins => 28800 secs task that must task time (secs) preced
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Solved problem n. 4 page 8788 production volume to meet the demand forecast working day of 8 hours task information 400 units 480 mins 28800 secs task time (secs) task A B C D E F G H task that must precede 50 40 20 45 20 25 10 35 A C C D E B, F, G 245 c
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As operation manager, you are concerned about being able to meet sales requirements in the coming months. You have just been given the following production report. Jan Feb Mar Apr Units produced 2300 1800 2800 3000 Hours per machine 325 200 400 320 Number
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Problem Set 1 ECOS3012 Strategic Behavior, 2011 Note. Just a couple of problems to get the hang of Expected Utility calculation and some of its implications. Solutions will be taken up during Lecture 2. Problem 1. Consider an urn lled with 100 balls, col
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Problem Set 3 (Lecture 4, March 23) ECOS3012  Strategic Behavior, Semester 1, 2011 Exercise 1. Do all the end of chapter problems from the chapter titled Rationalizability and Iterated Dominance. Solution. See the last two pages of this le. I think the m
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Ecos3012 Strategic Behavior Midterm Exam, Semester 1, 2011 NOTE: This exam consists of 20 multiple choice questions and 2 problems. Each multiple choice question is worth 3 points and each problem is worth 20 points. Therefore, you can score a maximum of
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
1 Quiz 1 Solutions ECOS3012  Strategic Behavior, Semester 1, 2011 Note. Here is the sketch of solutions to Quiz 1. I will put up the explanation for Q7 a bit later it is easiest to explain with a couple of pictures and I am not able to draw those on this
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Quiz 2 Questions and Solutions ECOS3012  Strategic Behavior, Semester 1, 2011 You can retake this Quiz for practice and then compare your answers with the solutions by downloading the other version made available on Blackboard. Begin Quiz Q1. Consider a
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield Microeconomics Exercises Mathematical Background 1 Exercises: Mathematical Background 1. Solve a simple onevariable equation 3x + 7
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Quiz 2 Questions ECOS3012  Strategic Behavior, Semester 1, 2011 Note. Print out this le. Work our your solutions to the questions below. Log back into Blackboard, access Quiz 2 under Online Quizzes Tab and click Submit to submit your answers . Questio
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Ecos3012 Strategic Behavior Midterm Exam Details, Semester 1, 2011 Admin details Time Date Location Duration Format Weighting 6:20 p.m. 4 May Wallace Theatre 2 hours Section 1: 20 MCQ, worth 60 points in total Section 2: Two Problems worth 40 in total You
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In this lecture Strategic (or Normal) form games 1. Knowledge vs. Common knowledge. 2. Formal description of a strategic form game. 3. Mixed strategies and corresponding payos. (ch 4n / ch 5o). ECOS3012  Strategic Behavior 4. Best response, weakly and st
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Ecos3012 Strategic Behavior Final Exam Details, Semester 1, 2011 Admin details Time and date check University Exam timetable Duration 2 hours Format Section 1: 20 MCQ, worth 60 points in total Section 2: Choose any TWO of THREE Problems These require answ
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SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS FACULTY OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ECOS3012 Strategic Behavior Semester 1, 2011 Unit Coordinator & Instructor: A/P Murali Agastya Email: murali.agastya@sydney.edu.au Office: Room 364, Merewether Building Consultation times: 3 4 p.m. T
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School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
2/24/2015 Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield 5 Choice 1 2/24/2015 What have we learnt so far? Economic Rationality: Individual chooses best bundle she can afford, or Co
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
2/18/2015 Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield 3 Preferences 1 2/18/2015 Rationality in Economics Behavioral Postulate: A decisionmaker always chooses most preferred alte
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
3/11/2015 Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield 15 Market Demand 1 3/11/2015 Background We have dealt quite extensively with how we can analyse an individuals consumption c
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
2/17/2015 Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield 1 1 The Market 2 1 2/17/2015 The Theory of Economics does not furnish a body of settled conclusions immediately applicable t
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Managerial Work: Analysis from Observation Author(s): Henry Mintzberg Source: Management Science, Vol. 18, No. 2, Application Series (Oct., 1971), pp. B97B110 Published by: INFORMS Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/stable/2629532 . Accessed: 20/09/2013 10:
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Financial Analysis Course presentation 19 February 2015 The aim of this course Providing the knowledge and the tools to understand financial statements. Perspective: external user of balance sheets, income statements, and cash flows statements . The overa
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Matricola Cognome Nome 1900047846 AGAOUGLU SUZAN 0000730362 AGNISETTA GIULIA 0000720482 ALESSI DAVIDE 1900047698 ATON COSMIN VICTOR 1900047521 AVERSO MAXIME 0000603991 BARBOSA JOANNA GRACE 0000729608 BAROSI MARCO 0900051771 BIRYUKOVA EKATERINA 0000684478
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Id 5699009 5700316 5697001 5717220 5699431 5695346 5696554 5697132 5710967 5698329 5696854 5706465 5707865 5706674 5700831 5699408 5700273 5700813 5697243 5694636 5716228 5705472 5698939 5695611 5701450 5717085 5696481 5695766 5696719 5706702 5696061 5696
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Principles of Management (prof. Angelo Manaresi) Midterm exam 1) _ means doing the right things to create the most value for the company a) Efficiency b) Effectiveness c) Value d) Productivity e) Noneoftheabove 2) _ is defined as the design, operation, a
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23th september 2014 WEEK 1 22rd september 2014 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT  ANGELO MANARESI  SEPTEMBER  DECEMBER 2014  FIRST MODULE (FIVE WEEKS) Topics Introduction: this course of Principles of Management and its relation to the Corso di Laurea in Busin
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exercise 5 break even point A 80000+75*demand=200000+15*demand demand= 120000/60= break even point B 100*demand=80000+75*demand demand=80000/25 2000 3200 break even point C 100*demand=200000+15*demand 2353 up to 2353 units the outsourcing solution is bett
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Meeting the tutor of Principles of Management On the 13th of november 2014, after 15 oclock, you can individually discuss the result of your mid term exam. To do that you have to write an email to this address teeyannas@gmail.com , including in the email
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Here are some Youtube links to selected clips on Lean manufacturing and Kanban system: Lean Manufacturing https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=9exz80dGkfU https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dwqu7pRqGg Kanban https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkpadFfyCqo https:/www.yo
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Id Matricola 5699009 5697001 5695346 5696554 5710967 5696854 5706465 5707865 5700273 5697243 5694636 5716228 5698939 5695611 5701450 5696481 5696719 5706702 5696190 5695017 5705757 5696868 5697024 5699490 5717525 5697490 5695701 5716330 5705394 5716045 56
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!id(D:lc=E +  A 1? = 2)t?djf.= Fr X tj I E 2 m z ,l c c  F, n =3 ial=;x .: 9 0 =.u. c ='x2iir,;t3 = l< > u ni ' <'9Fa"a ^'=sa :L.+^ Y:Q=.i'Zio ' .< ='!' l CD o: _cre ;i< ?J;?lq=7 :^.9 = i.'. r ?g=F6"Di 'i.:+ x ^. 5! E : c Vt6:er= 7 ) P g T ;
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Outline of lecture 2 (Jan 18; 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.) 1. rays interactions with matter a) Photoelectric effect b) Pair production c) Compton scattering d) Attenuation coefficients; mass attenuation coefficients; beam attenuation 2. Charged particles inter
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Outline of lecture 1 (Jan 14; 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.) 1. Mass defect and binding energy a) Definitions: mass number, atomic number, amu, eV b) Mass defect c) Binding energy; Einstein's formula d) Binding energy per nucleon: fission and fusion processes 2
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Managerial Work: Analysis from Observation Author(s): Henry Mintzberg Source: Management Science, Vol. 18, No. 2, Application Series (Oct., 1971), pp. B97B110 Published by: INFORMS Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/stable/2629532 . Accessed: 20/09/2013 10:
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Course: Clabe
public law 14: sources of EU law Study online at quizlet.com/_6rfjd 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 'Metric Martyrs' case (Thoburn v. Sunderland City Council [2002] attempts were made, but rejected, to run the proposition that the legislative and judicial inst
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield Microeconomics Exercises Mathematical Background 1 Exercises: Mathematical Background 1. Solve a simple onevariable equation 3x + 7
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
2/24/2015 Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield 5 Choice 1 2/24/2015 What have we learnt so far? Economic Rationality: Individual chooses best bundle she can afford, or Co
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
2/18/2015 Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield 3 Preferences 1 2/18/2015 Rationality in Economics Behavioral Postulate: A decisionmaker always chooses most preferred alte
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
3/11/2015 Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield 15 Market Demand 1 3/11/2015 Background We have dealt quite extensively with how we can analyse an individuals consumption c
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
2/17/2015 Microeconomics Academic Year 2014/15 Corso di Laurea in Business and Economics (CLaBE) Course Lecturer Matthew Wakefield 1 1 The Market 2 1 2/17/2015 The Theory of Economics does not furnish a body of settled conclusions immediately applicable t
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Financial Analysis Course presentation 19 February 2015 The aim of this course Providing the knowledge and the tools to understand financial statements. Perspective: external user of balance sheets, income statements, and cash flows statements . The overa
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Principles of Management (prof. Angelo Manaresi) Midterm exam 1) _ means doing the right things to create the most value for the company a) Efficiency b) Effectiveness c) Value d) Productivity e) Noneoftheabove 2) _ is defined as the design, operation, a
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
23th september 2014 WEEK 1 22rd september 2014 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT  ANGELO MANARESI  SEPTEMBER  DECEMBER 2014  FIRST MODULE (FIVE WEEKS) Topics Introduction: this course of Principles of Management and its relation to the Corso di Laurea in Busin
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
exercise 5 break even point A 80000+75*demand=200000+15*demand demand= 120000/60= break even point B 100*demand=80000+75*demand demand=80000/25 2000 3200 break even point C 100*demand=200000+15*demand 2353 up to 2353 units the outsourcing solution is bett
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Meeting the tutor of Principles of Management On the 13th of november 2014, after 15 oclock, you can individually discuss the result of your mid term exam. To do that you have to write an email to this address teeyannas@gmail.com , including in the email
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Here are some Youtube links to selected clips on Lean manufacturing and Kanban system: Lean Manufacturing https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=9exz80dGkfU https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dwqu7pRqGg Kanban https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkpadFfyCqo https:/www.yo
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
:@s & rg 13 .o Eg u = . il eg ;E=;ggEt! *z.z?s:= : i:=i: ErEE+5 i E= e:E:g;:E io;ugr :;3 j" i;i;Eqar EEi;s; i!E= iri =3joEeIq gE;gtEl;i t EElE ic;=4 eg; ;ifi:oxn ie=Eq ,;EEIEz? ieidK;=:s ,Zt :iEia E 5E ;?Z=E aiF: i y; =tZ!,=,EeEgE;=s=: .<; q' q e 2 g'
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
!id(D:lc=E +  A 1? = 2)t?djf.= Fr X tj I E 2 m z ,l c c  F, n =3 ial=;x .: 9 0 =.u. c ='x2iir,;t3 = l< > u ni ' <'9Fa"a ^'=sa :L.+^ Y:Q=.i'Zio ' .< ='!' l CD o: _cre ;i< ?J;?lq=7 :^.9 = i.'. r ?g=F6"Di 'i.:+ x ^. 5! E : c Vt6:er= 7 ) P g T ;
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Shouldice Hospital (Initial capacity analysis) Checkin day 90 30 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Mon 30 Tues 30 30 Wed 30 30 30 = Total Beds = Daily Admissions Beds Required Thurs Fri Sat 30 30 30 30 30 Sun 30 30 30 Total by Day
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Shouldice Hospital (Initial capacity analysis) Checkin day 90 30 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Mon 30 Tues 30 30 Wed 30 30 30 = Total Beds = Daily Admissions Beds Required Thurs Fri 30 30 30 30 30 Sat Sun 30 30 30 30 Total by D
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Method with fixed quantity to order = ECONOMIC ORDER QUANTITY According to this method, we every time order the same amount of products, an optimal Quantity that is called Economic Order Quantity, also defined as Qopt . According to this method, the order
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re ordering level and fixed quantity to be purchased 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 le ve l of re orde ring
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Method with fixed time of reorder According to this method, we order regularly and constantly (eg. every first Tuesday of the month) Every time we have to decide how much to order, a quantity that will vary every time we order; this quantity depends on t
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Computing the level at which it is necessary to reorder Level of Reorder=(Average Demand) * (Lead Time) + (Safety Stock) daily demand in the lead time period (estimate, eg. forecast based on the past) day1 day2 day3 day4 day5 day6 day7 day8 day9 day10 day
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1,000 case units. Forecast Demand Ending Inventory Target Planning Data Initial number of employees Employees per line Standard production rate (each line) Employee pay rate Overtime pay rate Standard hours per shift Maximum overtime per day Inventory car
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School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Exhibit 12.7 Actual Demand Requirement for FullTime Direct Employees and FullTimeEquivalent (FTE) PartTime Employees Jan. 22 66 1,452 Feb. 20 28 560 Mar. 21 130 2,730 Apr. 22 90 1,980 May 21 195 4,095 Jun 20 290 5,800 Jul 21 325 6,825 Aug 21 92 1,932
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Beginning Inventory Demand Forecast Number of Working Days by Month January 400 1800 22 February March April May June Totals 1500 19 1100 21 900 21 1100 22 1600 20 8000 125 Costs Materials Inventory holding cost Marginal cost of stockout Marginal cost of
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School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Example 10.1 Determining the number of kanban card sets A company produces muffler assemblies and wants to use kanban to pull material through its manufacturing cells Each muffler assembly is fabricated by cutting and bending pieces of pipe that are welde
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Boston Electronics and Nucleonics Corporation: Learning curve, increased cost, negotiated pricing Two orders from Nucleonics Corporation of resistors produced by Boston Electronics: a) 2000 units in two lots of 1000 each b) 4000 units in two lots of 2000
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Characteristics of industrial market Characteristics of industrial market management management Demand is derived Rational and economic purchase motivation Organization variables are important Buying processes are complex and multi stages DERIVED DEMAND D
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Boston Electronics and Nucleonics Corporation Data of the case study TABLE 1 material labour manuf overhead total manuf cost sales and administrative expenses total cost $ 0.92 1.22 9.24 11.38 0.56 11.94 TABLE 2 material labour manuf overhead total manuf
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Ecos3012 Strategic Behavior Midterm Exam, Semester 1, 2011 NOTE: This exam consists of 20 multiple choice questions and 2 problems. Each multiple choice question is worth 3 points and each problem is worth 20 points. Therefore, you can score a maximum of
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1 Quiz 1 Solutions ECOS3012  Strategic Behavior, Semester 1, 2011 Note. Here is the sketch of solutions to Quiz 1. I will put up the explanation for Q7 a bit later it is easiest to explain with a couple of pictures and I am not able to draw those on this
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Quiz 2 Questions and Solutions ECOS3012  Strategic Behavior, Semester 1, 2011 You can retake this Quiz for practice and then compare your answers with the solutions by downloading the other version made available on Blackboard. Begin Quiz Q1. Consider a
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Quiz 2 Questions ECOS3012  Strategic Behavior, Semester 1, 2011 Note. Print out this le. Work our your solutions to the questions below. Log back into Blackboard, access Quiz 2 under Online Quizzes Tab and click Submit to submit your answers . Questio
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Ecos3012 Strategic Behavior Midterm Exam Details, Semester 1, 2011 Admin details Time Date Location Duration Format Weighting 6:20 p.m. 4 May Wallace Theatre 2 hours Section 1: 20 MCQ, worth 60 points in total Section 2: Two Problems worth 40 in total You
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Ecos3012 Strategic Behavior Final Exam Details, Semester 1, 2011 Admin details Time and date check University Exam timetable Duration 2 hours Format Section 1: 20 MCQ, worth 60 points in total Section 2: Choose any TWO of THREE Problems These require answ
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Matricola Cognome Nome 1900047846 AGAOUGLU SUZAN 0000730362 AGNISETTA GIULIA 0000720482 ALESSI DAVIDE 1900047698 ATON COSMIN VICTOR 1900047521 AVERSO MAXIME 0000603991 BARBOSA JOANNA GRACE 0000729608 BAROSI MARCO 0900051771 BIRYUKOVA EKATERINA 0000684478
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Id 5699009 5700316 5697001 5717220 5699431 5695346 5696554 5697132 5710967 5698329 5696854 5706465 5707865 5706674 5700831 5699408 5700273 5700813 5697243 5694636 5716228 5705472 5698939 5695611 5701450 5717085 5696481 5695766 5696719 5706702 5696061 5696
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Id Matricola 5699009 5697001 5695346 5696554 5710967 5696854 5706465 5707865 5700273 5697243 5694636 5716228 5698939 5695611 5701450 5696481 5696719 5706702 5696190 5695017 5705757 5696868 5697024 5699490 5717525 5697490 5695701 5716330 5705394 5716045 56
School: UniversitÃ Di Bologna
Matricola 1900047846 0000730362 0000720482 1900047698 1900047521 0000603991 0000729608 0900051771 0000684478 0000720004 0000730127 0000707246 0000720090 0000729539 0000720195 0000721093 0000600780 0000709306 0000729871 0000730460 0000741685 0000729752 000
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Course: Clabe
C HAPTER 2 THE RECORDING PROCESS SUMMARY OF QUESTIONS BY STUDY OBJECTIVES AND BLOOMS TAXONOMY Item 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 152. 153. sg st SO 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1
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Course: Clabe
? A: The midterm exam. Financial Accounting 2011.11. 2 10:10A.M.~12:00P.M. 500 4.On July 1, 2011, Jeffrey Underwriters Associates received $24,000 from a client for a 2year insurance policy. 1. At the beginning of the year, Keats Company had total assets
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Quiz 1 Questions ECOS3012  Strategic Behavior, Semester 1, 2011 Note. Print out this le. Work our your solutions to the questions below. Log back into Blackboard, access Quiz 1 under Online Quizzes Tab and click Submit to submit your answers . Questio
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Assignment for Monday 24th of november 2014 (Session 1013 in the Computer Lab) : Read Case Applichem (end of chapter 9 in the textbook) Assignment for Tuesday 25th of november 2014: Read Case Study Chrsyler Score program (file uploaded as UNIBO AMS Cam
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St ocking and selling deperishable product s This exercise shows how to build a model to understand how to purchase and stock to maximize profit Most daily newspapers can be sold for just a day. The day after, as news are no longer "new" (and also because
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Problem 2 page 292 Determining the number of kanban card sets The lead time (L) The Demand (D) Safety stock (S) is (as a % of the expected demand) Container size (C) in units k= (expected demand during lead time + safety stock)/size of the container= =DL(
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Solved problem n. 5 page 8889 production volume to meet the demand forecast working day of 8 hours task information cycle time (seconds) theroretical miniminum number of workstations 600 units 480 mins => 28800 secs task that must task time (secs) preced
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Solved problem n. 4 page 8788 production volume to meet the demand forecast working day of 8 hours task information 400 units 480 mins 28800 secs task time (secs) task A B C D E F G H task that must precede 50 40 20 45 20 25 10 35 A C C D E B, F, G 245 c
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As operation manager, you are concerned about being able to meet sales requirements in the coming months. You have just been given the following production report. Jan Feb Mar Apr Units produced 2300 1800 2800 3000 Hours per machine 325 200 400 320 Number
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Balance sheet Asset Current assets Sale revenue Cost of sales Distribution costs Administrative expenses Depreciation and amortization Operating profit from Fixed asset sale Finance income Interest on loans Expenses from Taxation Net Loss for the year Net
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Bargaining Problems Exercises i ch simplifies to I = 1 7,000. (We g et the s ame r esult by looking at R osery's payoff.) In the end, the standard bargaining solution predicts that Jerry I R osemary will agree to put h im in charge o f b oth the d rama c
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18 Bargaining Problems 1. (a) v = 50, 000; u = u = 25, 000; t = 15, 000. J R (b) Solving maxx 60, 000 x2 + 800x yields x = 400. This implies v = 220, 000, u = u = 110, 000, vJ = 100, 000, and vR = 320, 000. Thus, J R t = 210, 000. (c) From above, x = 400
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7 RATIONALIZABILITY AND ITERATED DOMINANCE 7 Rationalizability and Iterated Dominance 7. Yes. If s1 is rationalizable, then s2 is a best response to a strategy of player 1 that may rationally be played. Thus, player 2 can rationalize strategy s2 . 1. (a)
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Chapter: Backward Induction and Subgame Perfection (Questions) 1 Chapter: Backward Induction and Subgame Perfection  (Solutions) 5 15 Backward Induction and Subgame Perfection 1. (a) (I, C, X) (b) (AF, C) (c) (BHJKN, CE) 2. (a) The subgame perfect equili
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