Exchange rate volatility: an analysis of the relationship between the Nigerian naira, oil prices,
and US dollar
Authors: Ademola Ojebiyi and David Olugbenga Wilson
Subject: Master Thesis in Business Administration 15 ECTS
Program: Master of International
EconS 451 Final Project
This final project should be done independently, your code and output should be your own work.
You must submit the write-up, a copy of your output, as well as a printed copy of your STATA-code
(when appropriate). In addition, you s
Avocados: A demand and supply analysis in the U.S.
Considering the Ricardian model Mexico seems to exhibit a comparative advantage
relative to the U.S. when it comes to the production of avocados. From 1914 to 1997, the U.S.
I chose to analyze the demand for avocados in the U.S. due to its rise in
popularity as it is considered a super food. Avocados are usually produced in states
with warmer climates such as California, Hawaii,
Part I: Demand Estimation (60 points)
Due date: March 24
This final project should be done independently, your code and output should be your own work. You
must submit the write-up, a copy of your output, as well as a printed copy of your ST
a. Since this is a linear demand function I would expect the coefficient of P A to be negative,
indicating an increase in price of apples decreasing quantity demanded. For P B I would
expect it to be positive indicating that
EconS 451 - Advanced Food Economics and Marketing
Class Meetings: Tue-Thu, 14:50-16:05, 27 Hulbert Hall
323E Hulbert Hall
Tue-Thur, 16:05-17:00 or by appointme
Part I Data Collection
1. Go to Blackboard and find the dataset Lab1data.csv in Labs folder.
2. Obtain CPI data
a. Go to the BLS Website. http:/www.bls.gov/data/
b. Scroll down to the Box Multi-Screen Data Search
c. Select either Seasonally adjusted
EconS 327 and I Bus 470: International Trade and Finance
Spring 2016, Midterm I
1. An American tourist buys a ticket to an opera in Paris. The U.S. government classifies
this transaction as:
A) a goods' import of a French Opera.
B) a service export.
Ratio-analysis is a concept or technique
which is as old as accounting concept.
Financial analysis is a scientific tool. It has
assumed important role as a tool for
STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS (SCF)
1. The basic financial statements (income statement, retained earnings statement and
the balance sheet) are prepared under the accrual basis. Under this basis revenue
is recorded when earned and expenses are recorded when inc
For the Partial Fulfillment of degree of B.Com.III (Prof.) of the deptt of
commerce & Bussian Management of Guru Nanak Dev University
Guided By :
Dr. K. K. Chawla
Submitted By :
Ratios and Formulas in Customer Financial Analysis
Financial statement analysis is a judgmental process. One of the primary objectives is
identification of major changes in trends, and relationships and the investigation of the
reasons underlying those ch
FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS.
The financial statements are prepared for the purpose of presenting a periodical review or report of the
progress made by the concern. It shows the 'status of the investment' in the business, and 'results
Financial statement analysis is important to boards, managers, payers, lenders, and others who make
judgments about the financial health of organizations. One widely accepted method of assessing
financial statements is ratio analysis, which u
Meaning of Ratio:- A ratio is simple arithmetical expression of
the relationship of one number to another. It may be defined as
the indicated quotient of two mathematical expressions.
According to Accountants Handbook by Wixon, Kell and Bed
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) is the
term used to refer to the standard framework of
guidelines for financial accounting used in any given
jurisdiction. GAAP includes the standards,
conventions, and rules accountants follow in
Capturing Economic Events
Debits and Credits
Normal Account Balances
The Income Statement
Chapter 3 introduces the concepts of debit and credit, and demonstrates bookkeeping
activities. After studying Chapter 3 you
Amounts owing on open account to creditors for goods and services.
Money owed to a business for merchandise or services sold on open account.
Accounting method whereby income and expense items are recogni
The basic purpose of accounting is to provide financial information about a business
organization to various parties. Accounting communicates financial information to the
decision makers. Hence there should be a complete uniformity in the pre
Basics of Financial Statement Analysis
Analyzing financial statements involves evaluating three characteristics of a
company: its liquidity, its profitability, and its insolvency. A short-term
creditor, such as a bank, is primarily interested in the abili
Accounting to Harold Berman accounting may be defined as identifying, measuring,
recording, and communicating financial information.
According to AmericanAICPA accounting is the act of recording classifying and
summarizing in differen
The purpose of accounting is to provide the information that is needed for sound
economic decision making. The main purpose of financial accounting is to prepare
financial reports that provide information about a firm's p
Financial accounting notes
ACCOUNTING:Accounting can be defined as: The art of analyzing and recording financial
transaction in a manner that facilitates classifying and summarizing the
information and reporting and interpreting the results. In other word
FUND FLOW STATEMENT
Definition of Funds flow statement.
The funds flow statement describes the sources from which additional
funds were derived and the use to which these funds were put.
It indicates various methods by which funds are obtained during a pa
Every business concern wants to know business result (i.e. profit or loss) for the accounting period and financial
position (assets and liabilities) at the end of the accounting period. Final accounts are the means through whic
Advance Financial Accounting (FIN-611)
LESSON # 1
ACCOUNTING FOR INCOMPLETE RECORDS
This topic is also known as Single Entry System of Accounting. In this chapter we will
learn how an accountant prepares financial statements of those or
Double Entry Bookkeeping
A business transaction involves an exchange between two accounts. For example, for
every asset there exists a claim on that asset, either by those who own the business or
those who loan money to the business. Similarly, the sale o
Essentials for Financial Statements Analysis
The analysis of financial data employs various techniques to emphasize the
comparative and relative importance of the data presented and to evaluate the
position of the firm.
These techniques include ratio anal