Quantitative Methods for Finance
Prof. Sanjiv R. Das
(My main web page)
February 11, 2010
Contents
1 Overview
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2 Software and Data
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2.1
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The Bank Lending Channel Asymmetry and the Efficiency of
the Polish Interest Rate Monetary Policy During Transition
Rafa Kierzenkowski1 *
CREFED-CERPEM, Paris-Dauphine University
February 2002
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Financial Policy and Capital Structure
Choice in U.K. SMEs: Empirical
Evidence from Company Panel Data
ABSTRACT. This article utilises up-to-date financial panel
data, and investigates the capital str
WP/11/275
Monetary Policy Transmission in Ghana:
Does the Interest Rate Channel Work?
Arto Kovanen
2011 International Monetary Fund
WP/11/275
IMF Working Paper
African Department
Monetary Policy Tran
Faculty of Business & Law
Newcastle Business School
GSBS6006: Employment Relations in Globalised Economies
Newcastle City Precinct
Trimester 2 - 2015
Newcastle Business School Mission: To build and su
Student Number: 3243243
Research Project Final Submission Requirements
Layout Conventions for all Students
Page Layout, Margins
Top, Bottom, Right = 2.54 cm
Left = 3.5 cm (it needs to be bigger to all
Test through Section 1.6 X
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Quiz through Section 3.8
Notes permitted. No calculator.
3 points each
Find dyfdx by implicit differentiation. If applicable, express the result in terms of x and y.
1) 7y+4xy-5=0
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Find the Asymptotes and the holes for the following:
1.
VA: x = 4
HA: y = 1
Hole at -2
2.
VA: x = 7, x = 1
Asymptote: y = 2x + 14
No holes
3.
VA: x = 1
Asymptote: y = x
No holes
4.
VA: x = 3
Asymptote
Pre Calculus Assignment Sheet Chapter 4
Wed. Oct 30
4.1 M3 #3-12, 21-36, 42-63 Do not multiply out #51, 54, 57
Thurs, Oct 31
Midterm, Chapter 1 and 2
Fri, Nov 1
4.2 M3 #15-42
Mon, Nov 4
4.3 #4-16 M4,
Rational Functions:
Domain: all real numbers except what makes the denominator equal
zero
Y-intercept: at f(0)
X-intercept: zeros of the numerator that are NOT zeros of the
denominator
Vertical asymp
Stats 1.7
Variance and Standard Deviation
*variance- measure of spread; average of the squared deviation
*standard deviation-measure of spread; the square root of the variance. This is a rough
measure
Stats 1.5 Histograms
Histogram-Special type of bar graph that displays frequency no space between the bars
Frequency histogram-uses the number of values that fall in each interval
Relative frequency h
Stats 1.4
Quartiles, Percentiles and Boxplots
Rank-ordered-sequenced in order on some scale
Ascending order- rank-ordered from lowest to highest
Spread- range
Quartile- divides an ordered set into 4 s
Statistical Displays
Statistics is the branch of mathematics focused on the collection, analysis and
interpretation of data. From politics to sports to research labs, statistics are used in
virtually
Stats 1.2
Stemplots and Dotplots
Stemplot- -a way to organize data numerically
Distribution-a data set
Stem-the first digit(s)
Leaf- 1 digit always!
Maximum- highest value
Minimum- lowest value
Range-