Problem Set 1 Solution
1. Retained earnings are the accumulated net income of the company excluding what was paid
out as dividends; additional paid-in capital reflects valuations paid by investors in the
companys stock exceeding its par value. The capital
Problem Set 1
1. Brokeman Brothers, a large investment bank, is facing near-term cash flow issues despite having
successfully raised capital in the past via stock offerings and having retained significant
earnings for over fifty years. Can it tap the reta
Advanced Engineering and Corporate Economics
IEOR E4403
Fall 2012
Problem Set #1
Updated as of September 25
Due Date: September 27
1. Quiz. Please give one-word answers only (yes, no, better, etc):
a. K.Q. Whale, a large bank, is facing near-term cash out
IEOR 4403
Advanced Engineering and Corporate Economics
Fall 2012
Problem Set #3
Due date: Thursday Nov 29th in class
1)
Compute the present value of a cash flow that follows the pattern below, with
1
IEOR E4403
Advanced Engineering and Corporate
Economics
Fall 2012
Professor Sadighian
Lectures 4-6
Evaluating Economic
Performance of Companies
and Industrial Projects
Figures of Merit
0
Outline of the Course
Syllabus:
Evaluating Economic Performance of C
Advanced Eng. & Corp. Economics
IEOR E4403
Fall 2012
Problem Set #2
Due Date: Tuesday, October 23
1. The following equation describes the conversion of some cash flow into an equivalent
equal-payment series A with n = 10. Draw the diagram of the original
Problem Set 3
1. Compute the present value of a cash flow that follows the pattern below, with 10%
interest compounded continuously.
2. Suppose a cash flow increases continuously according to the function below, from
year 0 to year 20. Find the present va
IEOR 4403 Adv Engineering & Corporate Economics
Fall 2011
Professor Ali Sadighian
Homework #4
Due in class on December 11th, 2011
Problem 1
a. All linear programs must have (check all that necessarily apply):
1) Objective function
2) Dual variables
3) Opt
Problem Set 2
1. (Bond Analysis) Prove the following:
a. If c > i, then P > Pr (i.e. bond is sold at premium);
b. If c < i, then P < Pr (i.e. bond is sold at discount) where c := coupon rate, i
= interest rate, P := bond price and Pr := principal.
2. A ty
IEOR E4403
Advanced Engineering and Corporate
Economics
Fall 2011
Professor Sadighian
Lecture 1
Analysis of Financial
Statements
0
Course Description
This course covers important issues in corporate
finance
We introduce key measures and analytical tools t
IEOR 4403 Adv Engineering & Corporate Economics
Fall 2012
Homework #4
Due during the review session on December 9th, 2012
Problem 1
a. All non-trivial linear programs must have (check all that necessarily apply):
1) Objective function
2) Dual solution
3)
IEOR EE4003/4403
Industrial Economics/
Advanced Engineering and Corporate
Economics
Fall 2014
Professors Soulaymane Kachani and Cyrus Mohebbi
Analysis of Financial
Statements
0
The Big Picture
Merger and
Acquisitions
Income
Statement and
Balance Sheet
Opt
IEOR E4003/E4403
Industrial Economics/
Advanced Engineering and Corporate
Economics
Fall 2014
Professors Soulaymane Kachani and Cyrus Mohebbi
Evaluating Economic
Performance of Companies
and Industrial Projects
Figures of Merit
0
Outline of the Course
Syl
Columbia University M.S. in Financial Engineering
IEOR 4731: Credit Derivatives
Instructor: Rama CONT Teaching Assistants: Yu Hang KAN yk2246@columbia.edu Lecture 1: Default risk, credit risk and the risk structure of interest rates.
1
Outline:
The term
Problem Set 4
1. In many decision environments the total number of major projects to be considered is ten
or fewer. Thus, enumeration of all combinations would be feasible, since there would be
210 = 1,024 or fewer combinations. In such a case, would it m
IEOR E4403
Advanced Engineering and Corporate
Economics
Fall 2012
Professor Sadighian
Lecture 1
Analysis of Financial
Statements
0
Course Description
This course covers important issues in corporate
finance
We introduce key measures and analytical tools t
Advanced Engineering and Corporate Economics
IEOR E4403
Fall 2011
Prof. Ali Sadighian
Problem Set #3
Due date: 12/1/2011
1)
Compute the present worth of cash flow that has a triangular pattern with 10%
interest compounded continuously.
Ft
18
12
9
0
2)
6
1
IEOR E4403
Advanced Engineering & Corporate
Economics
Fall 2011
Professor Sadighian
Debt Policy, Dividend Policy
0
Types of Dividends
Regular Cash Div
Special Cash Div
Stock Div
Stock Repurchase (3 methods)
1. Buy shares on the market
2. Tender Offer to S
IEOR E4403
Advanced Engineering and Corporate
Economics
Fall 2011
Professor Sadighian
Lectures 4-6
0
Outline of the Course
Syllabus:
Evaluating Economic Performance of Companies and Industrial
Projects
Profitability Analysis
Turnover-Control Ratios
Lev
E4403 Advanced Engineering and Corporate Economics Fall 2010, Profs Kachani & Sadighian
Class Exercise: Develop the Statement of Cash Flows of E4403 Inc.
Balance Sheet of E4403 Inc.:
12/31/2009 Assets: Cash Marketable Securities Accounts Receivable Invent
Advanced Engineering and
Corporate Economics
Lecture 1
Cyrus Mohebbi
1
What is ACCOUNTING?
the language of business
the process of identifying, recording,
summarizing, and reporting economic
information to decision makers
financial versus managerial
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