This paper focuses on three questions:
- How would the use of new communications technologies interact with the problem of
establishing mutual knowledge?
- How does geographic dispersion of team members affect the mutual knowledge
problem?
- To the extent
4. Interest Rate Parity and Arbitrage
1. Locational Arbitrage. Explain the concept of locational arbitrage and the scenario necessary for
it to be plausible.
ANSWER: Locational arbitrage can occur when the spot rate of a given currency varies among locati
2. Futures
Forward versus Futures Contracts. Compare and contrast forward and futures contracts.
ANSWER: Because currency futures contracts are standardized into small amounts, they can be valuable
for the speculator or small firm (a commercial banks forw
1. International Money Markets
International financial market
Recently,WalMartestablishedtworetailoutletsinthecityofShanzen,China,whichhasapopulationof3.7
million.Theseoutletsaremassiveandcontainproductspurchasedlocallyaswellasimports.AsWalMart
generatese
5. Net Cash Flows and Exchange Rate Movements
Pegged Currency and International Trade. Assume that Canada decides to peg its currency (the
Canadian dollar) to the U.S. dollar and that the exchange rate will remain fixed. Assume that Canada
commonly obtain
e. The economic exposure of U.S. firms that export to the U.K. and whose only other
international business is importing from firms based in the euro zone would decrease because
their euro outflows can offset some of the euro inflows.
158 International Fin
dollars. The dollar value of these payables is $30 million. Glades has no international sales.
Based on this information, which firm is exposed to the most exchange rate risk? Explain.
32. Cash Flow Sensitivity to Exchange Rate Movements. The Central Bank
3. Floating Currencies
Freely Floating Exchange Rates
Should the governmetns of Asian countries allow their currencies to float freely? What would be the
advantages of letting their currencies float freely? What would be the disadvantages?
ANSWER: A freel
Chapter 6: Government Influence on Exchange Rates
Chapter 6
Government Influence on Exchange Rates
Lecture Outline
Exchange Rate Systems
Fixed Exchange Rate System
Freely Floating Exchange Rate System
Managed Float Exchange Rate System
Pegged Exchange Rat
Lecture 2
Literature:
Sampling in entrepreneurship research (Davidsson Ch.5, Blumberg et al. Ch.6)
Qualitative research approaches (Blumberg et al. Ch. 8, 10, 11; Eisenhardt &
Graebner, 2007; Goia et al., 2013).
Sampling by selecting some elements in a po
Entrepreneurship and networks (20/9)
Social network
A simplified but layered and relational structure of parts of the social world
Exists of Social units (nodes) and relations (links)
Nodes are the actors in a network
Links show what kind of relation
Entrepreneurship in the Services Industries 2017
Assignment Thursday February 9th :
In the Work group sessions on Thursday you are invited to present and discuss your work and
share your ideas.
You will prepare the sessions as a team. Each team has 4 memb
Entrepreneurship as world-making (11/10)
2 developments in literature
- Consider other forms of entrepreneurship
- Consider other theorizations (entrepreneurship as part of society, and not
only the economy)
Calas et al, 2009
Traditional perspectives on
ENTREPRENEURSHIP RESEARCH SKILLS
THE BEST OF EXAMS AND ASSIGNMENTS
1. QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
The Need for Qualitative Entrepreneurship Research (Davidsson, page 55)
Youth of the field: we have simply not had time enough yet to familiarize ourselves with al
Entrepreneurship in the city
06-10-2016
Cities are popular again; people are starting to move back Industrial economy to
knowledge economy
Why does entrepreneurship take place in the cities?
Geography
Physical assets/infrastructure
Access to finance
Archi
Q&A
1. In slide 16, the functionalist approach of entrepreneurship is named
reductionist. Could you explain more, why this is?
Tries to arrive at conclusive findings, matter of various approaches, might be
sort of critique that you may have
2. Could you e
Advanced BRM
Lecture 1 ch 1 +5
The scientific research approach Systematic, controlled, empirical, critical, and grounded in
theory
- Topic & research question
- Literature review
- Research design
- Data collection
- Data analysis
- Reporting
Characteris
Entrepreneurship and innovation (4/10)
Quinn, 1979
Why individual entrepreneurship was very effective
- Fanaticism/commitment
- Chaos acceptance innovation is all about uncertainty, if you know what you
are doing it is not research,
- Low early costs you
MobCraft Beer pitches to SharkTank
1. Introduction
In the TV show SharkTank, entrepreneurs can pitch their business to wellknown investors, with the goal of obtaining a direct equity investment between
$10,000 and $500,000, while in return providing a sha
! Academy of Management Journal
2011, Vol. 54, No. 5, 935957.
http:/dx.doi.org/10.5465/amj.2009.0211
DARWINIANS, COMMUNITARIANS, AND MISSIONARIES:
THE ROLE OF FOUNDER IDENTITY IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP
EMMANUELLE FAUCHART
Conservatoire National des Arts et Mtie
Summaries of the Articles
Judgment and Decision Making
16 articles - Good luck!
Index
Lecture 1 Loss Aversion and Framing of decisions . 2
Lecture 2 Mental Accounting . 5
Lecture 3 System 1 & 2, Heuristics and Biases . 7
Lecture 4 Heuri
Faculty of Economics and Business Administration
Exam:
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Code:
61412040
Coordinator:
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Date:
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Lecture 9
Hypothesis Test for
Population Proportions
One-sample z-test for a population proportion
Inferences about two population proportions
Revision - hypothesis testing
9.1
In the last lecture
We learnt to compare two groups by taking samples
from ea
Lecture 6
Confidence Intervals
Confidence interval for population mean,
Confidence interval for population proportion,
Introduction to the t-distribution
6.1
In the last lecture
We looked at the distribution of sample means and
proportions. We found th
Lecture 4
The Normal Distribution
The standard normal distribution
z-scores
probabilities
4.1
In the last lecture
We looked at summarising data.
The most basic measures summarising numerical data
are measures of centre and measures of spread.
The mean
Lecture 10
Simple Linear Regression
Part 1
Scatter plots
The Least Squares Regression Line
Assumptions of the Linear Model
Testing the Slope of the Line
10.1
In the last lecture
We looked at hypothesis tests, where the sample
proportion was from a normal
Lecture 5
Distribution of Means and
Proportions
Review of the normal curve
The behaviour of sample means
The behaviour of sample proportions
5.1
In the last lecture
We learnt that the standard normal distribution has a
mean of 0 and standard deviation of
Lecture 2
Graphing Data
Bar charts & pie charts
Histograms & stem-and-leaf plots
Box plots
Scatter plots
2.1
In the last lecture
We covered some basic principles of study design and
looked briefly at some sampling issues.
We looked at different types o
Lecture 11
Simple Linear Regression
Part 2
Making predictions
Goodness-of-fit statistic
Correlation coefficient
11.1
In the last lecture
We examined the relation between two numerical
variables by:
selecting the response variable (Y) and the
determinant