CHICAGO AUTHOR-DATE
(16th edition) REFERENCING
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Referencing Guide to Chicago Author-Date 16th Edition
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R_Intel
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0.052682 Mean
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Background Information
The ethical dilemma
Introducing the ethics
models
Thesis Statement
Identifying your
'champion' ethics
model, and outcome
Ethics Model 1 - Paragraph 1
Academic definition
Crictically reviewing the model
Stakeholder consideration

Essay Plan Question One
Management 100
Due to the high visibility of corporate operations in contemporary society it is of utmost importance that
managers treat stakeholders with a high degree ethical integrity in order to ensure the firms future economic

Question 3 (20 marks) Lectures 5 and 6: Net present value and other investment criteria and Capital
Budgeting
You are evaluating a proposal to buy a new machine. The base price is $108,000, and shipping and
installation costs would add another $12,500. Th

ACCT 1000 Introduction to Accounting
Revision Midsemester
Trimester 2A/Semester 2, 2015
REVISION MIDSEMESTER 1 ACCOUNTING 1000
TRIMESTER 2A/SEMESTER 2 2015
SECTION A (1 mark each)
END OF SECTION A (TOTAL FOR SECTION A: 24 MARKS)
1.
Accounting is defined a

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ACCT 1000 Introduction to Accounting
Revision Midsemester
Trimester 2A/Semester 2, 2015
REVISION MIDSEMESTER 1 ACCOUNTING 1000
TRIMESTER 2A/SEMESTER 2 2015
SECTION A (1 mark each)
END OF SECTION A (TOTAL FOR SECTION A: 24 MARKS)
1.
Accounting is defined a

MGMT 1000
Fundamentals of Management
Group Case Study Assignment
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upload and send the minutes of
meeting and Self-Peer Assessments to
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School of Economics and Finance
End of Semester 1 Central Examinations - June 2014
Centre(s):
External - Bentley Campus
Internal - Bentley Campus, Miri Sarawak Campus, Singapore Campus,
Sydney Campus
Unit(s):
1234 - Economics 100
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2 Hours
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Economics 100 Exam S2 2013
School of Economics and Finance
Final Examinations
Semester 2, 2013
Unit Name: Economics 100
Unit Number:
Duration:
1234
TWO (2. hours preceded by a 10 minute reading period.
Supervisor will indicate when answering of exam may b

ECON1000/Final Exam/2015
Page 1 of 9
SECTION A: MULTIPLE CHOICE
Answer ALL questions. Each question is worth 1 mark.
Record your answers on the attached Multiple Choice Answer Sheet on Page 9 of the exam
paper.
[Suggested time for Section A: 30 minutes]
1

TODAY'S TOPICS
Lecture 8
The capital asset pricing model
Review of portfolio return and risk (Lecture 7)
Relationship between covariance and correlation
Interpretation of correlation (+1 to -1)
Advantages of diversification
Portfolio construction - the ef

TODAY'S TOPICS
Lecture 8
The capital asset pricing model
Review of portfolio return and risk (Lecture 7)
Relationship between covariance and correlation
Interpretation of correlation (+1 to -1)
Advantages of diversification
Portfolio construction - the ef

IQ-4
A.
Alpha manufacturing overhead cost:
16,000 machine hours x $80 = $1,280,000
$1,280,000 8,000 units = $160 per unit
Omega manufacturing overhead cost:
22,500 machine hours x $80 = $1,800,000
$1,800,000 15,000 units = $120 per unit
Alpha
Omega
$ 35
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Chapter 6 Interest rate risk measurement: the duration model
4. Two bonds are available for purchase in the financial markets. The first bond is a two-year, $1000 bond that
pays an annual coupon of 10 per cent. The second bond is a two-year, $1000, zero-c

Chapter 16 Off-balance-sheet activities
1.
Classify the following items as (1) on-balance-sheet assets, (2) on-balance-sheet liabilities, (3) offbalance-sheet assets, (4) off-balance-sheet liabilities or (5) capital account. LO 16.1
Classification
(a) Loa

Chapter 9 Market risk
3
What is meant by 'daily earnings at risk' (DEAR)? What are the three measurable components? What is
the price volatility component? LO 9.2, 9.3
Daily earnings at risk or DEAR is defined as the estimated potential loss of a portfoli

Chapter 8 Managing interest rate risk using loan sales and securitisation
3. A bank has made a three-year $10 million loan that pays annual interest of 8 per cent. The principal is due
at the end of the third year. LO 8.1, 8.2
(a) The bank is willing to s

Chapter 5 Interest rate risk: the repricing model
3
What is the repricing gap? In using this model to evaluate interest rate risk, what is meant by rate
sensitivity? On what financial performance variable does the repricing model focus? Explain. LO 5.3
Th

Chapter 11 Credit risk II: loan portfolio and concentration risk
4.
A manager decides not to lend to any firm in sectors that generate losses on that part of the loan
portfolio in excess of 5 per cent of equity. LO 11.1
(a) If the average historical losse

TODAY'S TOPICS
Lecture 9
The Security Market Line and Investment Performance
Review of portfolio finance so far
Return; risk (standard deviation) and correlation
The efficient frontier; the capital market line
The Capital Asset Pricing Model
Market/system

Lecture 10
TODAY'S TOPICS
The analysis of bonds
The valuation (pricing) of bonds
Government and corporate bonds
Fixed interest or coupon rate There are also variable rate bonds but pricing is different.
The "dirty" price [of US bonds]
Calculating the retu

Lecture 11
TODAY'S TOPICS
Valuing (ordinary) shares
What does efficient market hypothesis tell us about share values?
Different methods of valuing shares
Discounting future free cash flows
Discounting future equity payouts
PV with constant growth or with

Lecture 10
TODAY'S TOPICS
The analysis of bonds
The valuation (pricing) of bonds
Government and corporate bonds
Fixed interest or coupon rate There are also variable rate bonds but pricing is different.
The "dirty" price [of US bonds]
Calculating the retu

TODAY'S TOPICS
Lecture 9
The Security Market Line and Investment Performance
Review of portfolio finance so far
Return; risk (standard deviation) and correlation
The efficient frontier; the capital market line
The Capital Asset Pricing Model
Market/system