Introduction to Psychopathology
Second Semester
2013-2014
Lecture 8
Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other
Psychotic Disorders
Esther Lau, PhD, R.Psych
Learning Outcomes
Describe diagnostic and clinical features of schizophrenia
spectrum and other psychotic di
Academic paper assessment (50%)
The academic paper aims to assess whether students are able to effectively demonstrate understanding of CSR, control their use
of sources and adopt an academic tone and style appropriate for writing tasks within a business
Microeconomics I
Problem Set 1
1. Assume there are only two goods: wine and cheese, and three dierent
individuals, whose preferences can be described as follows:
Bob likes both wine and cheese. He has a constant marginal rate of substitution (wine for che
Ch.3 Mathematical Induction
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Academic Background
2012.9-2013.12 Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)
Master of Science, Financial Mathematics
Chapter 23 Hedging with Financial Derivatives
23.1 Multiple Choice
1) Financial derivatives include
A) stocks.
B) bonds.
C) futures.
D) none of the above.
Answer: C
2) Financial derivatives include
A) stocks.
B) bonds.
C) forward contracts.
D) both (A) an
Source 1
Kubo, K. (2005). Executive compensation policy and company performance in
Japan. Corporate Governance: An International Review, 13(3), 429-436.
*(Below are extracts taken from the paper referenced above)*
*[From p.429 of the paper]*
Introduction
Uniform distribution
If a continuous random variable has a density function given by
1
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if a
x b,
b a
0 otherwise,
a
uniform distribution over an interval [a, b],
where a and b are finite numbers, then we would say that X has
denoted by
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CCCH9036 Environmental Pollution in China
Homework (I) Suggested Answer
Q1.
1)
2)
Q2.
1) A;
Although Chinas government has made efforts to promote environmental
information disclosure, it is very difficult for individuals to obtain environmental
informati
BUSI 1007/MGMT 2401
PrinciplesofManagement
School of Business
The University of Hong Kong
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CourseObjectives
Overviewofwhatmanagementis
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CHINA WEALTH 2011
Wealth Markets in China
Seeking the Opportunity to Lead
About The Boston Consulting Group
The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is a global management consulting firm and the
worlds leading advisor on business strategy.
We partner with clien
Labor Market Equilibrium
1
Overview
In this chapter we want to explore what happens in a competitive labor market. After
that we will explore other labor market structures. Plus we will look at applications of
these types of labor markets.
2
Single compet
GEOG1012 ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN AN URBANIZING WORLD
First semester, 2009-2010
Geography
Wednesday; 10:40am-12:30pm
Kong
Instructors:
Department of
The University of Hong
Room 312, Hui Oi Chow Building
Tel: 2859-7026
E-mail: [email protected]
Prepaid Forward Contract
A contract that delivers one unit of the underlying asset at some future date T for
a price agreed upon now and payable now is a prepaid forward contract. The price you
P
pay now is denoted F0,T . The corresponding forward price f
Chapter 5
Income & Substitution Effects
Session 4
General goal
To be familiar with Mathematical view
of response to price changes
Detailed goal
1.
2.
3.
4.
Shephard lemma
Roys identity
The Substitution and income effects
The slutsky equation
I. Shephard l
The Managerial Grid Model is a situational leadership Model. This
model originally identified 5 different leadership styles based on the
concern for people and concern for production. Originally, the team
management which highly concerned for both product
Chapter 3
Consumer Behaviour I -The Indifference Curve
Approach
Pilot Publishing Company
Contents:
Postulates of Consumer Behaviour
Good, Bad and Neuter
Utility
Indifference Curve
Properties of Indifference Curves of Two Goods
Other Shapes of Indif
Suggested answers for Mid-term Test
CCCH9036: Environmental Pollution in China
1. Briefly answer the following questions
(11 marks)
1) List 7 out of the 10 major environmental problems facing China
(7 marks)
Answer:
a) Air pollution (CO2 Emission (Global
THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG
FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
School of Economics and Finance
ECON 1210 Introduction to Economics I
Fall Semester, 2012
Subclass
A
B
C
D
Time
Monday 3:30p.m. to 5:20p.m.
Thursday 3:20p.m. to 4:20p.m.
Monday 9:30a.m. to 12:2
The Solow Growth
Model (Part Three)
The augmented model that includes
population growth and technological
progress.
Model Background
As mentioned in parts I and II, the Solow growth
model allows us a dynamic view of how savings
affects the economy over t
Oligopoly
Oligopoly
Structure
Structure
Assume
Assume
Duopoly
Duopoly
Firms know information
Firms know information
about market demand
about market demand
Perfect Information
Perfect Information
Strategy
Strategy
Simultaneous Movement
Simultaneous Moveme
ECON6021 (Nov 2004)
Oligopoly
Market Structure
Monopoly a single firm
A patented drug to cure SARS
A single power supplier on HK Island
Oligopoly a few major players
The top 4 cereal manufacturers sell 90% of all
cereals in the US
HK property developi