Faculty of Business, Economics & Accounting
Department of Business Studies
HELP Bachelor of Business (Hons) Year 1
INTERNAL SUBJECT DETAILS
Semester 1, 2016
Principles of Macroeconomics
Subject Lecturer/Tutor: Mr Liew Khay Fatt
Chapter 5 : Monetary System
A monetary system is the set of institutions by which a government provides money in a
country's economy. Modern monetary systems comprise of the central bank and commercial
banks. The introduction of money has eli
CHAPTER 7 : UNEMPLOYMENT
Unemployment is defined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) as people who do not have a
job, have actively looked for work in the past four weeks, and are currently available for work.
Also, people who were tempor
Chapter 10 : The Demand Management Policies and The Aggregate Demand
The Theory of Liquidity Preference
Liquidity for Transactions motive(LT)
The transactions motive for demanding money arises from the fact that most
transactions involve an exchange of mo
Topic 8: Open Economy Model (Macroecoomics)
In the previous topics, the discussion and analysis of the impact macroeconomic events on the
macroeconomic variables in a closed economy. We are going to analyze and examine the impact
ECO102 principles of Macroeconomics Tutorial questions
(Introduction to macroeconomics; Measuring a nations income; Measuring the
cost of living; Production and Growth)
1. Why do economists use real GDP rather than nominal GDP to gauge economic
Product costs are costs assigned to goods that were either purchased or manufactured for resale.
Product costs become expenses in the period they are purchased.
The product cost of merchandise inventory acquire
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Chapter 4: Saving, Investment and Financial System
The financial system consists of various financial institutions. Among the financial institutions
include the bond market, the stock market, banks and mutual funds. Resources from the
Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement and Its Economy Effect to Malaysia
Key Features of TPPA.2
Benefit of TPPA to Malaysia.4
Challenges of TPPA to Malaysia.7
In these recent years, the phenomenon of workers being unemployed has been becoming
more common in Malaysia. Therefore many people in our country are concerning about the
topic on the workers unemployment. Unemployment is a phenomenon which takes place
Benefit and effect of Malaysia joining Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)
trade and investment barriers. As a result, Malaysia will be able to enter into trade
Table of contents
Introduce of ETP
Positive impact of ETP
Negative impact of ETP
The effect of GST to ETP
INTRODUCTION of ETP
Malaysia Economic Transfer Programs has launched on 25 September 2010 and ov
After Goods and Service Tax (GST) was implemented, the expected impact on government is
to enhance compliance. GST implemented, those unseen economy will break the surface.
Thus, immigrants and illegals will have to pay GST and this will increase collecti
Running Head: Evaluate Malaysias Economic Transformation Programme
Malaysian Prime Minister Dato' Sri Najib Razak launched the Economic transformation
programme ETPon 25st September 2010, it was formulated as part of Malaysia's
National Transformation Pro
MA 125 Statistics
Chapter 8 Estimation of Mean and Proportion
ESTIMATION OF MEAN & PROPORTION
The assignment of values to a population parameter based on a value of the
corresponding sample statistics
true population mean
CHAPTER 6 Continuous Random Variable
CONTINUOUS RANDOM VARIABLES
6.1 Continuous Random Variables
Value not countable
Assume value over an interval or intervals
Example: height, time taken, weight, price
Note: ( < < ) = ( < )
Why we need hypothesis test?
A person who committed a crime brought to
trial in a court. Based on the evidence the
judge will make two possible decisions:
The Malaysian economy selected a higher advancement of 6.2% in the main quarter
of 2014 (4Q 2013: 5.1%). Improvement was driven by a more grounded advancement
in private demand and a turnaround in net Exports. Private division development
When a firm sells a good or a service, the sale contributes to the nations income
only if the buyer of the good or service is a household.
only if the buyer of the good or service is a household or another firm.
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