Faculty of Economics and Political Science
Department of Economics
,The Economics of Money and Banking, English section
Dr. Hala Elsaid, Dr. Mona Essam
T.A. Hani Elzomor
Sheet 2
Q1: Choose the correct answer from the following (showing your own
:(calculat
Faculty of Economics and Political Science
Department of Economics
,The Economics of Money and Banking, English section
Dr. Hala Elsaid, Dr. Mona Essam
T.A. Hani Elzomor
Sheet 5
:Q1: Choose the correct answer from the following
1. Which of the following s
Faculty of Economics and Political Science
Department of Economics
,The Economics of Money and Banking, English section
Dr. Hala Elsaid, Dr. Mona Essam
T.A. Hani Elzomor
Sheet 6
:Q1: Choose the correct answer from the following
1. The three players in the
Answers of sheet 4
Q1: Choose the correct answer from the following (showing your own
:(calculations if necessary
1. A) present value
2. A) decreases
3. A) $453.51
4. D) discounting the future
5. B) fixedpayment loan
6. C) coupon bond; face
7. A) coupon
Answers of sheet 6
Q1: Choose the correct answer from the following (showing your own
(calculations if necessary
1. C) banks, depositors, and the central bank.
2. C) securities; loans to financial institutions
.B) currency in circulation and reserves
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Answers of sheet 7
Q1: Choose the correct answer from the following
D) the central bank; instruments
D) instrument independence.
A) the central bank; goals
B) goal independence.
B) expansionary; a higher inflation rate; contract
oney and Banking
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(2012/2013
Course Outline
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The Egyptian Center for Economic
Studies (ECES) is an independent,
nonprofit think tank. The mission of
the Center is to promote economic
development in Egypt by conducting
and disseminating applied policy
research. The aim is to develop viable
1. central bank; the conduct of the monetary policy
2. accept deposits and make loans
3. the treasury
4. both b and c are correct (buying bonds, inc. the quantity of reserves)
5. assets; liabilities
6. currency in circulation and reserves
7. gov. securiti
Feasibility Study Preparation
Venelina Varbova
Session Overview
Purpose of the Feasibility Study
The Feasibility Study process according to
international standards
The Feasibility Study outline
Discuss the challenges faced by many SEE
consultants and
Academic Year: 14/15
TS Minor
Time Series Analysis (Minor)
Instructor Information
Name:
Department:
Dr. Alyaa Roshdy Zahran
Statistics
Office Location:
Email address:
Office Hours:
56
[email protected]
Thu: 1030 1200
Course Description
This course will
Measuring and Forecasting
Demand
Muhammad Imran
Measuring Current Market Demand
Marketers will want to estimate three
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Total market demand
Area market demand
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Brochure
More information from http:/www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/2241089/
Investment Project Design. A Guide to Financial and Economic Analysis with
Constraints. Wiley Finance
Description:
Make more informed project investment decisions by knowing
HOW TO ESTIMATE LONGRUN RELATIONSHIPS IN ECONOMICS:
AN OVERVIEW OF RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
by
Utku Utkulu*
ABSTRACT :
This paper provides an overview of an important and relatively recent approaches to
estimate longrun economic relationships using cointegra
FEASIBILITY STUDY
October 2015
Marian Mekhael
BASIC CONCEPTS
 Project
 Project Lifecycle
 Feasibility Study
 3 Forms of Preinvestment studies (3 Types of
Feasibility Study)
 Main Components/pillars of a Feasibility Study
 Financial vs. Economic Stu
Feasibility Study 2015/2016
English Section, French Section & Arabic Section (Group B)
TA: Marian Mekhael
Cost of Bonds
N.B:

Bonds are an external source of finance by borrowing from the public.
Bonds are a fixed income security since they provide fixed
Chapter 1: Statistical Basics
Chapter 1: Statistical Basics
Section 1.1: What is Statistics?
You are exposed to statistics regularly. If you are a sports fan, then you have the
statistics for your favorite player. If you are interested in politics, then y
FIRST SET OF QUESTIONS. MORE TO COME. 10 PER QUESTION. Hang in their
with me
#27. The 50th percentile of a distribution is the same as a distribution mean?
T or F
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Economics 101A Section Notes GSI: David Albouy
Consumer Theory and the Envelope Theorem
1 Utility Maximization Problem
Two goods: x and y with prices px and py . Conusumers facing a budget constraint px x + py y I, where I is income.Consumers maximize ut
Answers of sheet 2
Q1: Choose the correct answer from the following (showing your own
:(calculations if necessary
1. D) It channels funds from lenderssavers to borrowersspenders.
.B) they allow consumers to time their purchase better
.2
3. D) produce an
Answers of sheet 1
Q1: Choose the correct answer from the following (showing your own
:(calculations if necessary
1. C) channeling funds from savers to investors.
2. D) growth.
3. B) wellfunctioning financial markets.
.C) the markets where interest rates
Faculty of Economics and Political Science
Department of Economics
,The Economics of Money and Banking, English section
Dr. Hala Elsaid, Dr. Mona Essam
T.A. Hani Elzomor
Sheet 7
(On Central Banks and the Central Bank of Egypt)
:Q1: Choose the correct answ
a b c
15. Let V be the set of all (2x3) matrices that satisfy
, where a, b, d R and c > 0 ;
d 0 0
is matrix addition and is scalar multiplication.
Is V a vector space?
16. Let V be the set of all polynomials a2t2+a1t+a0 of degree less than or equal to
(Theory of probability (2
Statistics department
Second year
Sheet 9
1
If X and Y are two random variables with a joint probability mass function given by
1
0
1x
y
0
1/5
0
11/5
1/5
1/5
0
0
1/5
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(Calculate Cov(X,Y .a
Compute joint moment generating func
Theory of probability (2)
Statistics department
Second year
Sheet 8
1 Let the joint probability density function of X and Y be given by :
c( y 2 x 2 ) e y
fX,Y(x,y) =
0
yx y
0 y
o.w
a) What is the value of c?
b) Find the marginal probability density fun
Theory of probability (2)
Statistics department
Second year
Sheet 7
1 Let the joint probability mass function of X and Y be given by
pX,Y(x,y)=c(x2+y2)
x= 1,0,1,3 & y= 1 , 2 , 3
a) Find the value of c.
b) Write the probability mass function pmf in the