Business Economics
Mid-term Revision
Dina Yousri
What is Economics?
Economics is the study of how society manages its scarce
resources.
Economics is the science of economic problems. It studies
how to allocate scarce resources efficiently to satisfy needs
Question 1:
Vodafone works in the communication private sector. It is one of the leading international
mobile communication companies. It has interests in 27 countries and partnership agreements in
over 40 countries.
Question 2:
Saturated market means exp
Question 1:
Asymmetric Information is an inequality where in the financial markets, one party often
does not know enough about the other party to make accurate decisions. Asymmetric information
is classified into two categories, Adverse Selection and Mora
Lecture 2: An Introduction to Simple Regression
What is econometrics about?
Finding Relationships
Equation of a line
Statistics
Econometrics means economic measurement.
1. Econometrics, the result of a certain outlook on the role of economics, consists of
Introduction to Econometrics ECON714 C. Richter, D. Yousri
Tutorial 5
1) The characteristic line of modern investment analysis involves running the following
regression:
r t =B 1+ B2 r mt +u t
Where r = the rate of return on a stock or security
rm = the r
Lecture 1
What is Quantitative Research?
In natural sciences and social sciences, quantitative research is the systematic empirical
investigation of observable phenomena via
statistical,
mathematical and/or
computational techniques.
The objective of quant
Lecture 5 and 6: Hypothesis Testing in Multiple Regression
In the two-variable linear regression model that we have considered so far there was a single independent, or
explanatory, variable. In this chapter we extend that model by considering the possibi
Econometrics Lecture 5
Multiple regression: there is more than one explanatory variable.
The coefficients 2 and 3 are called the partial regression coefficients. The meaning of partial
regression coefficient is as follows: 2 measures the change in the mea
Econometrics Lecture 6
Variance and Standard Errors of OLS Estimators:
As in the two-variable case, we need the standard errors for two main purposes:
1. to establish confidence intervals for the true parameter values and
2. to test statistical hypotheses
Faculty of Management Technology
Economics Department
Introduction to Econometrics ECON714 C. Richter, D. Yousri, H. Korashy
Tutorial 4
1) You are given the following data based on 10 observations on Y and X:
Y i=1110, X i =1680, X i Y i =204200, X 2i =3
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Quiz B
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Answer the following questions:
1. Assume the Absolute PPP holds and you are a European student. If a
laptop costs $330 in USA and the exchange rate i
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Quiz A
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Answer the following questions:
1. Which of the following statements is True?
a. The relative PPP is less applicable than absolute PPP as relative PPP
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Winter 2016
Quiz B
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Answer the following questions:
1. The bid ask spread (in percentage terms) for the following exchange rate
will equal to:
1=
EGP 11.45
EGP 11.80
a. 0
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Quiz B
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Answer the following questions:
1. Assume that /$1= 0.5612-0.5645 represents an indirect quote. The bid
rate in direct way (American quotation) is
a.
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Quiz A
:Name:
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Answer the following questions:
1. Which of the following statements is false
I. The relative PPP is more applicable than absolute PPP as relative PPP
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Advanced Corporate Finance
Winter 2016
Quiz A
:Name:
:Tutorial Group
ID
Answer the following questions:
1. Which of the following statements is True?
I. Absolute and relative PPP are static forms of purchasing power parity
(German University in Cairo (GUC
Advanced Corporate Finance
Winter 2016
Quiz B
:Name:
:Tutorial Group
ID
Answer the following questions:
1. The bid ask spread (in percentage terms) for the following exchange rate
will equal to:
1=
EGP 11.45
EGP 11.92
a. 0
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Advanced Corporate Finance
Winter 2016
Quiz A
:Name:
:Tutorial Group
ID
Answer the following questions:
1. Which of the following statements is false
I. The relative PPP is more applicable than absolute PPP as relative PPP
Money and Banking
SS2013
Dr. Hebatallah Ghoneim
Lecture 8: Banking and the Management of
Financial Institutions
Lecture Content
The Bank Balance Sheet
Liabilities
Assets
Types of Banks
Commercial Banks
Commercial banks make profits through asset transf
Money and Banking
SS2016
Dr. Hebatallah Ghoneim
Lecture 9 : Central Bank
Lecture Content
The
Central Bank
What
is the Central Bank?
Central Bank Assets and Liabilities
Tools to Conduct Monetary Policy
Simple Deposit Creation and Multiple Deposit Creation
Money and Banking
SS2016
Dr. Hebatallah Ghoneim
Lecture 11 : The Foreign Exchange Market
Lecture Content
What
are Foreign Exchange Rate?
Why
are Foreign Exchange Rates Important?
Exchange
Rates in the Long Run
Exchange
Rates in the Short Run
Foreign Excha
Lecture 5: Multiple Regression
Estimation
1
Forecasting
We can use an estimated model for
forecasting.
0 = |0
For example see the last tutorial.
It is not likely for the mean to occur in any
given sample.
We need to take into account the prediction
er
Lecture 3: Deriving the OLS
Estimator
1
There are a number of excellent references for
this material including the following;
Oakshott, L. Essential Quantitative
Weiss, N. Introductory Statistics 8th ed
deVaus, D. A. Surveys in Social Research 4th ed
Lecture 4: Hypothesis Testing
1
For the PRF we did not say how the ui were
generated,
But we can only make inferences from the SRF
to the PRF when we make some specific
assumptions about how ui are generated.
This is precisely what the so-called classi
Lecture 2: An Introduction to
Simple Regression
1
Introduction
What is econometrics about?
Finding Relationships
Equation of a line
Statistics
2
Economic
Theory
Mathematical
Economics
Econometrics
Economic
Statistics
Mathematic
Statistics
3
Introducti
Introduction to Econometrics
Prof Dr Christian Richter
Office: B5-318
Email:
[email protected]
Course Outline
What will we do here?
The basics of econometrics
Emphasis is on generating results and their
interpretation
Getting used to econom
Lecture 6
Aggregate Supply and Aggregate
Demand
1
Aggregate Supply
Quantity Supplied and Supply
The quantity of real GDP supplied is the total
quantity that firms plan to produce during a given
period.
Aggregate supply is the relationship between the
q
Economic Development Course
The Chinese government used a lot of instruments and policies in the late 1970s to
minimize the countries birthrate and lower the population growth rate. The main policy
used to achieve this goal was the one child policy it was