Theoretical Relationship # 2 and # 5. Domestic Fisher Effect and International Fisher Effect
Fisher Effect: Named after Yale economist Irving Fisher, It states that a countrys nominal interest
rate (i) is the sum of required real rate (r) of interest and
Week 6 ISS Information Systems Strategy Triangle
Step 1: Create lists of case details that fit each side of the triangle.
Step 2: Then look at each item and think about how that item affects t
GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS
Briefly Explain this crisis in your own words, what these are about, what caused
it, how it was resolved and what are the lessons learnt from it.
Debt Crisis: Russian Debt Crisis; Latin America, Iceland
Banking Crisis: Japan, USA,
a. Can a multinational firm adopt varying ethical standards [such as with
regard to product safety (Pinto), employee benefits (Nike) and kickbacks to
win business (HP)] in its global operations? Why or Why Not? Discuss in
Insights to the Mortgage Crisis
How the THREE major Regulators failed.
1. The Congress and Treasury: Relaxing the Underwriting Standards for Mortgage
In 1989, to address claims that banks discriminated against the economically
Ricardo's Comparative Costs: Why trade takes place among countries?
(Efficiency and Economics)
A comparative advantage exists when one party can produce a good at a lower
opportunity cost than another party. The opportunity cost of making one additional