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The Icelandic equity market
An equity market is an important component of an advanced capital market. Iceland has succeeded in
creating fairly developed financial markets and also an active equity market within a relatively short
time. De
NZ audit regulation
New Zealands system of self-regulation for auditors is inconsistent with international norms. There is no
evidence that this has adversely affected confidence in New Zealand financial markets. However, New
Zealands self-regulation syst
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Department of Audit and control
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International Finance Faculty
Creative Homework Assignment
Company: Walt Disney
Student: Javadova S.E.
IFF2-2m
Section 1. Matter of business (3p)
Walt Disney Company is one of the World largest communications organizations. Everyone knows
Disney! It is everywhere in our lives, from TV, radio and movies, to parks, clothing, accessories and
toys. Owning diverse medi
Answer Guide
Econometrics 1, in-course exam Dec. 2013
1
Question 1
a) P (E = E1) = P (E = E1; A = A1) + P (E = E1; A = A2) + P (E = E1; A =
A3) = 0:86:
b) P (A = A2jE = E1) = P (A=A2;E=E1) = 0:44:
P (E=E1)
c) P (E = E2) = P (E = E2; A = A1) + P (E = E2; A
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Degrees of M.A. (Soc.Sci.), M.A., B.Acc., B.Sc. with
Honours Economics
Econometrics 1: Basic Statistics and Simple Linear Regression
In-course Examination
(14:00-16:00), (8 November 2011)
Instructions:
Time allowed: 2 hours
Students should answer all
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Basic Sta.s.cal Theory
For Inference in the Simple
Regression Model
5.2
Assumptions of the Simple
Linear Regression Model
1. yt = 1 + 2x t + t
2. E( t) = 0 <=> E(yt) = 1 + 2x t
Econometrics 1
In-course exam, November 2011
Answer guide
1.
1
X
2
4
6
Y
3
9
1/8
1/4
1/8
1/2
1/24
1/4
1/24
1/3
1/12
0
1/12
1/6
1/4
1/2
1/4
(a) The marginal probability density function of Y is h(y) where
h(1) = 1/2
h(3) = 1/3
h(9) = 1/6
(b) The conditiona
Degrees of M.A. (Soc.Sci.), M.A., B.Acc., B.Sc., LLB with
Honours Economics
Degrees of M.A. (Soc.Sci.), M.A., B.Sc., LLB with Honours
Business Economics
Econometrics 1
In-course Examination
(14:00-16:00, Tuesday 3 December)
Instructions:
Time allowed: 2
Least Squares Estimation
Our objective is to choose
residuals.
min
S(
1; 2
1;
1;
2
2)
so as to minimize the sum of squares of the
=
XT
t=1
(yt
2
2 xt )
1
Let work rst a bit with the function we want to minimize (i.e. the sums
mation operator). Simple alge
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Degrees of M.A. (Soc.Sci.), M.A., B.Acc., B.Sc., LLB with
Honours Economics
Degrees of M.A. (Soc.Sci.), M.A., B.Sc., LLB with Honours
Business Economics
Econometrics 1
In-course Examination
(14:00-16:00, Thursday 29 November 2012)
Instructions:
Time al
Key market indicators, both absolute and relative (market capitalization, market capitalization/GDP,
volume of debt securities outstanding, public debt, public debt/GDP, equity trading volume etc.), country's
rank in the World/region by selected indicato