University of Wollongong Dubai
A Conceptual Literature Review of Favouritism in Organizations
Done by: Eisa Sharif
Student Number: 4965930
Date of Submission: 20/11/2014
Abstract
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Introduction
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1) Sephora had done well to identify the importance and growth of social media which
helped maintain a competitive edge. Nowadays every company and brand knows that if
they don't have an active presen
MGMT E-5090 Fall 2016
Dr. Howitt
FIRST ASSIGNMENT
SARS IN TORONTO (A, B, AND EPILOGUE)
This assignment is based on the case study series in Howitt and Leonards Managing Crises
about Torontos experienc
Assignment #1 Introduction Speech (Videotaped)
Due 6/21
READING: Public Speaking by David Zarefsky, Chapters 1 & 2
PRESENTATION: The Personal Introduction (Informative Speech)
Introduce yourself to th
Motivational Speech Preparation Outline:
Introduction:
In ancient Egypt, Pharaohs preferred to be buried with their prized possessions
So that they can continue to be rich in the afterlife.
Wow: How m
Question 8 Introduction: Johnny Fatcat withdraws $15,000 from his checking account at
The DL Bank. He pays $10,000 to Sammy Loanshark, who puts the money in his checking
account at The Sopranos Bank.
1.
Suppose the Fed wants to raise the nominal interest rate. Explain the three
available mechanisms the Fed can use to achieve this goal. In your answer, use a
graph of the money market to show how th
1. 1. What are the four different types of markets? Discuss
their basic differences.
2. 2. Explain the advantages and disadvantages of electronic
communication networks (ECNs)?
3. 3. You want to buy a
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Why can the market price of a security differ from its true valu
Let us start by first defining the market equilibrium price or true value of a s
ecurity as the price that equates the demand f
10.1 Explain why the cost of capital is referred to as the 'hurdle' r
ate in capital budgeting.
The cost of capital is the minimum required return on any new investment t
hat allows a company to brea
12.1 You are involved in the planning process for a company that is
expected to have a large increase in sales for the next year. Which
type of company would benefit the most from that sales increase
7.2 What is the difference between the expected rate of return an
d the required rate of return? What does it mean if they are differen
t for a particular asset at a particular point in time?
The req
11.2 What are the differences between forecast cash flows used in
capital budgeting calculations and past accounting earnings?
Cash flows used in capital budgeting calculations are forward looking; t
Building Blocks of Accounting . A Financial Perspective
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to the same screen that the project was downloaded from
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F79PT3 MODERN PORTFOLIO THEORY
F79AH3 FINANCIAL ECONOMICS 1
Solutions to Tutorial 6 2006/7
1. (a) Consider the return on a unit investment.
A : E[u(RA )] = 0.3(2(1.020.5 1)+0.4(2(1.080.5 1)+0.3(2(1.14
F79PT3 MODERN PORTFOLIO THEORY
F79AH3 FINANCIAL ECONOMICS 1
Solutions to Tutorial 3 2006/7
1. i)
E[A]
E[B]
E[C]
E[D]
= 110
= 110
= 95
= 115
ii) We use the notation A > B to represent A has dominance o
F79PT3 MODERN PORTFOLIO THEORY
F79AH3 FINANCIAL ECONOMICS 1
Solutions to Tutorial 2 2006/7
1. (a)
ARAF =
u (x)
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=
u (x)
1 4x
RRAF =
xu (x)
4x
=
u (x)
1 4x
Comment: Both are increasing as functions of
F79PT3 MODERN PORTFOLIO THEORY
F79AH3 FINANCIAL ECONOMICS 1
Solutions to Tutorial 1 2006/7
1. The density of the uniform distribution on [1.02, 1.08] is
f (x) =
1
.
0.06
Therefore
1.08
1
1
x dx =
x2
F79PT3 MODERN PORTFOLIO THEORY
F79AH3 FINANCIAL ECONOMICS 1
Solutions to Tutorial 5 2006/7
1. (a) Assets B and C have the same expected return, 60. Hence all
portfolios constructed from B and C must a
F79PT3 MODERN PORTFOLIO THEORY
F79AH3 FINANCIAL ECONOMICS 1
Solutions to Tutorial 8 2006/7
1. (a) The capital market line is a straight line in E[R] space. Hence
it is of the form
E[Re ] = a + be
It i
F79PT MODERN PORTFOLIO THEORY
SOLUTIONS TO TUTORIAL 9 2006/7
1. From APT we know that the three portfolios will each lie on the plane
in E[R] bi1 bi2 space as follows
E[Ri ] = 0 + bi1 1 + bi2 2
Hence
F79AH2 Financial Economics 1
April Exam 2006 Solutions
1. The semi-strong form of EMH states that market prices incorporate all publicly available information but not that available
only to insiders.