COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
ECON 625 SYLLABUS PART II
Instructor Policies: Late Assignments
The schedule of assignments is available the first week of class, and students are expected to
adhere to the schedule. Students are encouraged to submit work earl
Final Paper Pre-Assignment
1) Read background Federal Reserve Brief.
2) Review possible cities and decide on your city choice.
If you choose Detroit, you may want to narrow it down to a neighborhood, such as one
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ECON 625 Managerial Economics Interview
Name of Student Researcher: _
ECON 625 Section Number: _
Purpose of Interview Research:
To explore the potential for business growth in the completion of
Subject : Public Economics
Question 1 Rosling tested his class of pre-med undergrads in Sweden to find out what his sudents
knew about child mortality rates around the world. What was the result?
Based on the Child mortality test, the students scored 1.8
38. a. Teal Corporation reports a taxable gain of $250,000 [$400,000 (fair value) $150,000 (basis)]. E&P
increases by $250,000 (recognized gain) & decreases by $400,000 (distribution). Grace reports taxable
dividend income of $400,000 and takes a basis in
Week 1 DQ#1
What distinguishes current liabilities from long-term liabilities? Give at least one example of each.
Current Liabilities, defined, are liabilities that that are characterized as obligations payable within one
year, or within an organizations
A company issued 6%, 10-year bonds with a face amount of $65 million. The market yield for bonds of similar risk and mat
At what price did the bonds sell?
On January 1, a company issued 6%, 15-year bonds with a face amount of $100 mi
Week 1 DQ #2
Banks sometimes loan cash under noninterest bearing notes. Is it true that banks lend money without
interest? What is your opinion?
Non-interest bearing notes, despite their name are actually notes that do not pay periodic interest;
Week 2 DQ#1
A zero coupon bond pays no interest. Explain.
A zero coupon bond pays no interest; instead it offers a return in the form of a deep discount. Zero
coupon bonds are bonds that do not pay interest during the life of the bonds. Instead, investors
Week 2 DQ#2
How is the price determined for a bond? Explain.
The market price for a bond is determined by the current interest rates and the stated interest rate on
the bond. The market price of a bond has two parts: present value of the bonds face value