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A tall man stood in the doorway. He held a crushed Stetson hat under his arm while he combed his
long, black, damp hair straight back. Like the others he wore blue jeans and a short denim jacket.
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A291 Marketing and Enterprise
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Investigation 1 (10 marks)
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Controlled Assessment B - Bethans Pet Grooming Business
Investigation 1 (10 marks)
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Nettles
Nettles is about a child - Scannell had six children - falling into a patch of nettles and seeking
comfort from his parents. The speaker in the poem, after attending to his son's injuries - sets
about destroying the nettles, only for them to retur
Statistics for Economics & Finance
04/11/2016
Terms & Concepts to look out for:
Levels of measurement
Nominal
Characteristics
o Classification/unordered categories
Properties
o Identity/equivalence (=)
Ordinal
Characteristics
o Rank order; ordered c
1
Derivation of the Ordinary Least Squares Estimator
Simple Linear Regression Case
As briefly discussed in the previous reading assignment, the most commonly used
estimation procedure is the minimization of the sum of squared deviations. This procedure is
IPO fraud
Initial public offering (IPO) is a type of public offering in which shares of
a company usually are sold to institutional investors that in turn, sell to
the general public, on a securities exchange, for the first time.
Cases of IPO fraud occur
Investment Theory
Problems
Option and futures strategies
1. State and prove the put-call parity for European options on dividend-paying stocks.
2. Prove the put-call relation for American options assuming no dividends are paid:
S X <= C(S,t,T,X) P(S,t,T,X
Quarter 4: Part I Simple Linear Regression
Section 4: Notes - Coefficient of Determination (r2) Strength of a Linear Relationship
A fitted value y is simply another name for a predicted value as it describes where a particular
x-value fits the line of bes
ECON 2007: Quantitative Economics and Econometrics
Term 1, Fall 2015
Professor Eric French
201 Drayton House
Office hours: 13:00-13:30 and 15:00-16:30 Friday
Aim:
To provide students with a thorough understanding of core techniques of quantitative
economi
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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON
EXAMINATION FOR INTERNAL STUDENTS
MODULE CODE
ECON2001
MODULE NAME
Microeconomics
DATE
04-May-07
TIME
10:00
TIME ALLOWED
3 Hours 0 Minutes
2006/07 -ECON2001A-OO 1-EXAM-209
2006
University College London
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ECON2001 (B201)
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ECON2001
Lecture Notes
ECON2001 Microeconomics
Lecture Notes
Term 1: Production
Ian Preston
Technology
Suppose a rm produces a single output q with inputs z. The constraints
imposed by technology can be represented using a production function f(z) so
that
ECON2001
Lecture Notes
ECON2001 Microeconomics
Lecture Notes
Term 1: Production
Ian Preston
Technology
Suppose a rm produces a single output q with inputs z. The constraints
imposed by technology can be represented using a production function f(z) so
that
Coursework Coversheet
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Example 1
Example 2
Example 3
Perfect Substitutes q = (az1 + bz2)1/2
The isoquants in this case are straight lines with slopes
a/b. The isocost line has a slope w1 /w2 . So if
w1 /w2 > a/b the isocost line is steeper than the isoquant
and it is cheaper to
Topic 2
GAMES IN STRATEGIC
FORM AND OLIGOPOLY
Contents
A. Games in Strategic Form : Description and
Examples.
B. Dominance Arguments : Iterated strict and weak
dominance.
C. Nash Equilibrium : Description and Examples.
D. How to find a Nash Equilibrium:
1
Production
Topic 1
Contents
A. Production Functions and their Properties
a) Production Sets and Functions
b) Rates of Transformation, MRTS, MP
c) Convexity, Returns to Scale, Homogeneity
d) Examples
B. Profit Maximization
a) Marginal Conditions
b) Input D
SESS1004
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Lecture 7
Review Open Economy IS-LM
The Labour Market
Dragos Radu
[email protected]
outline lecture 7
review open economy IS-LM
moving to the medium-run: the labour market
demand for domestic goods
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SESS1004
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Lecture 9
The Phillips Curve
Dragos Radu
[email protected]
outline lecture 9
recap: the AS - AD
the Phillips curve
NAIRU the role of expectations
classical dichotomy
real variables: quantities and relative prices mea
SESS1004
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Lecture 8
The AS AD Model
Dragos Radu
[email protected]
outline lecture 8
review: the labour market
aggregate supply and aggregate demand relation
short- and medium-run equilibria
dynamic effects of: fiscal and monet