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BUAD 5003
Managerial Communications
4720
MWF 8:00 AM 8:50 AM
EJ Brown 316
Spring 2016
Dr. Karla M. Back
309 EJ
AECO410/510 : Answers to Problem Set 2
Fall 2016
1. Note that by denition x 2 A [ B means that x 2 A or x 2 B. Then
c
by the denition of the complement of a set, if x 2 (A [ B) , then x 2
=A
c
c
and x 2
= B. That is, x 2 A and x 2 B , which is exactly say
AECO410/510 : Problem Set 2
Fall 2016
Due on Sep 23, 2016
1. Prove that A [ B = A \ B.
2. Find the domain and range of the function f (x) =
p
x
(x 1) :
3. Write down the linear function y = f (x) that pass through points (0; 1)
and (1; 0) ; What are the s
AECO410/510 : Answers to Problem Set 1
Fall 2016
1. Suppose that n is an odd number. Then by the denition of odd number,
n = 2k + 1 for some integer k: Hence
n2
=
=
=
=
(2k + 1)2
4k 2 + 4k + 1
2(2k 2 + 2k) + 1
2k + 1
where k = 2k 2 +2k is also an integer
Department of Economics
College of Arts and Sciences
Microeconomics
ECO 500, Call No. 1730
Fall 2016
Professor: Gerald Marschke
Office: BA 123E
Phone: 437-3755
Email: marschke@albany.edu
Class: Monday, 5:45-8:35, HU 124
Office Hours: M, Tu 2:00-3:30
or by
Problem set 3 Solutions
3.1 Graph a typical indifference curve for the following utility functions, and determine
whether they have convex indifference curves.
a. U x, y
3
MRS
3
1
3.
MRS is constant.
y
5
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
x
b. U x, y
0.5 y/x
0.5 y/x
MR
Economics 500
Fall 2016
G. Marschke
Problem Set 3
Due Monday, September 26, in class
Do problems 3.1, 3.2, 3.10, 3.12, and 3.13 on pp.107-109 in your text. Note
that for the odd-numbered problems, the book provides (not-very-detailed and
sometimes incompl
Economics 500
Fall 2016
G. Marschke
Problem Set 2
Due Monday, September 19, in class
1. Find the critical points of the following bivariate functions and determine
if they are local maxima, minima, or neither
(a) f (x; y) = 10x
x2 + 20y
y2
(b) f (x; y) =
Economics 500
Fall 2016
G. Marschke
Problem Set 4
Due Monday, October 24, in class
Do problems 4.10, 4.12, 5.2, 5.4, and 5.6 in your text (back of Chapters 4
and 5).
For the utility function, U (x; y) = x + ln y, demonstrate whether the elasticities satis
Numerator of Basic EPS Certain Preferred Dividends
Numerator of Basic EPS = Net Income Certain Preferred Dividends
Defining Certain Preferred Dividends:
If the preferred stock is cumulative:
o Include in certain preferred dividends the annual stated divid
WEIGHTED-AVERAGE COMMON SHARES OUTSTANDING - Examples
Example 1
Events related to the common shares outstanding:
1/1/1
5/1/1
11/1/1
10,000 shares outstanding
Issues 5,000 shares
Purchases and holds 3,000 shares as treasury stock
What is the weighted-avera
ITALY
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IVHQ
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the quick links below. You can click on the IVHQ logo at the bottom of each
page to return to the quick links. You will also find buttons on many pa
ACC 440
External Reporting II
Spring 2015
Professor
Contact Information
Dr. Andrew C. Call
Office: BA297F
Office Phone: (480) 965-6632
Office Hours: Monday 9:30-10:30am
Wednesday 11-12pm
Or by appointment
Email: andycall@asu.edu
Class Meeting Times and Lo
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ACCOUNTING FOR STOCK OPTIONS In-Class Example
PART 1
FMV of Stock on Grant Date
Exercise Price of Stock Option
Fair Value of Stock Option
Stock Option A
20
20
6
Stock Option B
20
16
8
Scenarios:
(1) Fair Value Method, Grant A
(2) Fair Value Method, Gra
ECO 301 Intermediate Macroeconomics Fall 2014
Homework Assignment 3
1. (30 points) A firm has a future marginal product of capital given by MPKf = 9000
3K. The real price of capital is 6000 units of output, the real interest rate is .05
(5%) and the rate
What are the risks associated with global sourcing? How can a firm mitigate these risks?
Global sourcing is a strategic procurement strategy that aims to take advantage of global efficiencies for
the delivery of goods and services. Global sourcing is a ce
Firms today face the twin challenges of product variety (i.e. the proliferation of models, options,
features, configurations, etc.) coupled with a high degree of demand uncertainty for their offerings.
What strategies can a firm adopt, from a supply chain
Winter 2016
ONLINE ECO 330 (1215, 1228 and
1290):
ECONOMICS OF DEVELOPMENT
Instructor: Sandwip Das
Email: SD612629@Albany.edu
Textbook: Economic Development
by Micahel P.Todaro and Stephen C.
Smith (10th edition) Prentice Hall.
All course materials such a
Assignment #2
1.
A countrys national saving is 20% of its national income and it needs $4 worth of capital for
producing $1 worth of goods and services on the average. The economic planners want the
country to grow at the rate of 10% per annum and expect
THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ALBANY
AECO 330-0001, Class Number 1215
AECO 330-0002 Class Number 1228
AECO 330-0003 CLASS NUMBER 1290
Winter 2016
ECONOMICS OF DEVELOPMENT, Online Course
COURSE OUTLINE
I would like to welcome all participants in this
In these two chapters (3 and 4), you will learn about some
models of economic growth and economic development. One of
the most important models of development is the Lewis Model,
which had a deep impact on our thinking on economic
development. This model
Eco 370 Labor Economics
Practice Problems
Individual Labor Supply
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
1.
In the context of the basic work-leisure model, work is defined as:
a.
time devoted to a paying job or household work
b.*
time devoted to a paying job
c.
time d
ECON 370 Labor Economics
Final Exam (Study Guide
Questions and Answers)
I. Multiple-Choice Questions (80%)
1. A compensating wage differential is A) an extra wage that will make all workers willing to
accept undesirable working conditions. B) an extra wag
Auto Income and Product Account
Wages and salaries
Sales tax
Interest
Income tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Depreciation
Intermediate goods purchased
TOTAL
150
5
5
20
10
10
20
130
350
Sales
To consumers
To business
To abroad
To government
Inventory i
Sample Questions / Intermediate Microeconomics Exam #1
Tuesday, February 25 HU 20 (NOTE ROOM CHANGE !)
* Reminder a question involving utility maximization will also be on the exam! *
1.
Assume the demand for good X is log- linear, with a constant price e
Eco 301 Intermediate Macroeconomics
Ch2 The Measurement and Structure of
the National Economy
Huifeng Yu
Department of Economics
University at Albany, SUNY
Outline
National Income Accounting: The Measurement of
Production, Income, and Expenditure
Gross