Introduction to International Business
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Why your company needs a foreign policy
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MAIN FINDINGS
3
WHAT MANAGERS COULD LEARN?
HOW DO THE FINDINGS RELATE TO THE COURSE?
STRENGTHS
5
5
5
CONCLUSION
6
Introduction to International Business
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Assignment: Lecture questions 6
Lecture Questions for Tutorial 6
1.
What new role does Ferdows refer to when discussing production
subsidiaries?
The new role for the subsidiaries is to see them as a source
Introduction to International Business
Harvard Business Review Reflection
2016-2017
How Emerging Giants Can Take on the World
Table of Contents
One sentence summary.2
Introduction.2
Main Findings.2
What have we learned?.2
What managers could learn?.2
How
Introduction to International Business
2016-2017
Assignment: lecture questions 1
Lecture Questions for Tutorial 1
1. Which four archetypes does Verbeke distinguish? Draw the figures associated with
these archetypes
Verbeke distinguishes between the centra
Introduction to International Business
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2016-2017
Engineering reverse innovations
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Main Findings.4
What managers could learn?.5
How do the findings relate to the course?.5
Strengths. 5
Conclusion.6
Questi
Introduction to International Business
2016-2017
Assignment: Lecture questions 3
Lecture Questions for Tutorial 3
1. What is a multinational (MNE)?
A multinational creates value by operating across national borders and satisfies his
stakeholders needs. Th
Introduction to International Business
2016-2017
Lecture questions 2
Lecture Questions for Tutorial 2
1. What does economic exposure mean? How does it affect firms?
Economic exposure is the risk of net present value reduction of the firms future
income. I
Introduction to International Business
2016-2017
Assignment: Lecture questions 5
Lecture Questions for Tutorial 5
1) What are equity and non-equity entry modes? Which entry mode is best?
An equity entry mode is based on ownership and could consist of Gree
Introduction to International Business
Harvard Business Review Reflection
2016-2017
The New Rules of Globalization
Table of Contents
One sentence summary.3
Introduction.3
Main Findings.3
What have we learned?.4
What managers could learn?.4
How do the find
Introduction to International Business
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What Panasonic Learned in China
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Exercises week 2 Growth
Exercise A, Growth and catch up
Look at the table below with GDP per capita levels for a number of countries in 1980 and 2013.
Answer the following questions:
a) Calculate the annual compound growth rate of real GDP
Exercises week 1 Comparing income levels
Exercise A, Exponential growth rates
Make sure that you understand the power of exponential growth by doing the following
exercises
a) How quickly will a country growing at 10% a year double its income? What ab
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Intermediate Asset Pricing
Study cycle 4
Exercise 1
Suppose that the returns of stocks can be represented correctly by a two-factor
model, which includes the factors F 1 and F2. These factors have an expected value
equal to zero. The factor variances are
Intermediate Asset Pricing
Study cycle 2
Exercise 1
Consider Table 1, which shows the projected returns for Stock A and Stock B in states
1, 2 and 3. For each state the probability of occurrence is given.
Table 1: Projected Returns for Stock A and Stock B
Intermediate Asset Pricing
Study cycle 3
Exercise 1
Suppose that the expected return on the market portfolio is 10% and the standard
deviation of the return on the market portfolio 0.05. The risk-free rate is 4%.
1. Keep your book (and any other reference
IAP
Tutorial exercise - Study cycle 1
Exercise 1
Are the following statements correct or false? Explain your answer.
1. By definition, efficient capital markets imply that there are no transaction costs.
2. The efficiency of capital markets and the presen
Mistakes in HGT (2012)
p. 90, Example 4.3
Investment in stock 2 = - 5000
p. 95, Example 4.8
= 0.0501
p. 97, Example 4.9
Third term in Var (rA) calculation: 1/6 (0.3 11/60)2
p. 100, Example 4.12
Variances for the four cases:
1. = 0.051325
2. = 0.011325
3.
Study cycle 5
Exercise 1
The price path of an underlying asset A, which does not pay any dividends during the
upcoming year, is given in the two-period binomial tree below. Each period
represents 6 months. Each 6-month period the assets price goes either
Study cycle 6
Exercise 1
Mrs. Jones faces a risk-free 10,000 liability due on June 30, 2013. Today, July 1,
2012, she has decided to hedge the interest rate risk related to this liability by
pursuing an immunization strategy. For this purpose, she is cons
Chapter 8 Data Case
Vanda Data
1 Share Prices
3 Cost of Capital
6-May
1.08
7-May
7.84
2 Shares Outst
Total Value
26,653,000
180,174,280
4 Annual CF's
5-year
$45,686,197.89
10-year
$27,423,253.99
15-year
$21,657,607.12
8.47%
Problems
Problem 5-15
Problem 5-18
Problem 5-19
Problem 5-20
Problem 5-21
Problem 5-22
Problem 5-23
Problem 5-24
Problem 5-25
Problem 5-26
Problem 5-27
Problem 5-15
You are buying a house and the mortgage company offers to let
you pay a point (1% of the t
Problems
Problem 20-1
Problem 20-2
Problem 20-3
Problem 20-4
Problem 20-5
Problem 20-6
Problem 20-7
Problem 20-18
Problem 20-1
Sailboats Etc. is a retail company specializing in sailboats and other sailing-related equipme
The following table contains fina
Problems
Problem 9-5
Problem 9-11
Problem 9-12
Problem 9-13
Problem 9-17
Problem 9-24
Problem 9-25
Problem 9-26
Problem 9-27
Problem 9-28
Problem 9-29
Problem 9-30
Problem 9-5
Kokomochi is considering the launch of an advertising campaign for its latest d
Problems
Problem 23-4
Problem 23-7
Problem 23-8
Problem 23-17
Table 23-2
Problem 23-4
You are a broker for frozen seafood products for Choyce Products. You just signed a deal with a Belgian distributor. Under the terms
of the contract, in one year you wil
Problems
Problem 15-6
Problem 15-7
Problem 15-6
General Electric has just issued a callable (at par) ten-year, 6% coupon bond with annual co
payments. The bond can be called at par in one year or anytime thereafter on a coupon pay
date. It has a price of
Contents
Problem 19-12
Problem 19-15
Problem 19-12
The Mighty Power Tool Company has the following accounts on its books:
Customer
ABC
DEF
GHI
KLM
NOP
QRS
TUV
WXY
Amount
Owed ($)
Age (days)
50,000
35,000
15,000
75,000
42,000
18,000
82,000
36,000
35
5
10
2