READINGS FOR TOPIC 3
1. WHAT IS INTERNATIONAL LAW?
International law deals with three kinds of international relationships: (1) those
between states 1 and states, (2) those between states and persons, and (3) those between
persons and p
1. Which type(s) of economies interact with other economies?
a. only closed economies
b. only open economies
c. closed economies and open economies
d. neither closed nor open economies
2. Foreign-produced goods and services that a
MONEY GROWTH AND INFLATION
Inflation can be measured by the
a. change in the consumer price index.
b. percentage change in the consumer price index.
c. percentage change in the price of a specific commodity.
d. change in the price of a specif
THE MONETARY SYSTEM
a. Is a kind of asset can be used to conduct transactions.
b. Includes paper bills that the public holds outside the monetary system
c. Includes demand deposits in commercial banks
d. Is a mean to preserve value and
Chapter IV. Analyst Integrity
Describe the role that analysts play in an efficient market.
Identify different conflicts and pressures that can
compromise an analysts integrity.
Articulate the differe
ETHICAL USE OF INFORMATION
Chapter III. Ethical Use of Information
Understand the role of information in generating excess
Discuss how information can be misused to unethically
generate excess r
Chapter V. Corporate Governance
Describe how a board of directors is formed
Explain the function of the following board
Distinguish among inside, ou
READINGS FOR TOPIC 2
CIVIL LAW IN VIETNAM
Pursuant to the 1992 Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, which was amended and
supplemented under Resolution No. 51/2001/QH10 of December 25, 2001, of the X National
READINGS FOR TOPIC 1
STATE AND LAW
1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION1
Law is also essential. Every society of which we have any historical record has
had some system of laws. Naturally, the systems have varied enormously.
An extraordinary example of a detailed writt
Demand and Fiscal
THE AD IN A SIMPLE ECONOMY
A simple economy includes:
THE AD IN A SIMPLE ECONOMY
The aggregate-demand in a simple economy
is the total quantity of goods and services that
households and firms want to b
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Hedging foreign exchange risk: a receivable
Account receivable due in 3 months, in euros
Spot rate ($/euro)
3-month forward rate ($/euro)
3-month euro interest rate
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I. SECTION 1: SENTENCE COMPLETION
The following sentences are incomplete. Choose one word or phrase marked A, B, C or D
that best completes the sentence.
1. Not having made profits for the company for a long
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What Money Is and Why Its
Without money, trade would require barter, the
exchange of one good or service for another.
Every transaction would require a double
coincidence of wants the unlikely occurrence