LEGO
Growing up as a child in the late 60s/early 70s, there were no electronic toys or computers
to play with. We were forced to play outside and to use our imaginations. However, in the mid
70s, one toy we did have was the little rectangular plastic piec
Peter Browning and Continental White Cap (A)
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Peter Browning
and Continental White Cap (A)
Sharon Edwards
Indiana Tech College of Professional Studies
Managing Change
Peter Browning and Continental White Cap (A)
2
How many ketchup bottles have you opened
Topic 5:
Political Economy of Trade
REQUIRED READINGS: Chiquita Brands International
Online Chiquita Case Discussion: 3/173/20
In-class Chiquita Case Debriefing: 3/21
When to Export
When the world price is above the
domestic price, the domestic industry
Topic 4:
Global Market Power and
Anti-Trust Issues
REQUIRED READINGS: Forever DeBeers and U.S.
Antitrust Law
Online DeBeers Case Discussion: 3/13/4
*Discussion ends on a SUNDAY*
In-class DeBeers Case Debriefing: 3/5
Firms with Market Power
Market power e
Topic 3:
Non-Market Strategy and
International Expansion
REQUIRED READINGS: Genicon: A Surgical Strike
into Emerging Markets
Online Genicon Case Discussion: 2/112/14
In-class Genicon Case Debriefing: 2/15
Economic Profits
Revenue: price times the quantit
Topic 2:
Global IP Management in the Face
of Weak Property Right Regimes
REQUIRED READINGS: Online Music Distribution in a
Post-Napster World
Online Napster Case Discussion: 2/22/5
In-class Napster Case Debriefing: 2/6
Three types of Property
Communal Pr
Topic 1:
P.E.S.T Framework and NonMarket Stakeholders
REQUIRED READINGS: The Power of Organized Interests
and Farming Pharmaceuticals: Ventria Bioscience and the
Controversy over Plant-Made Medicines
Online Ventria Bioscience Case Discussion: 1/211/24
In-
Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1.
The overriding criterion by which accounting information can be judged is that of
a. usefulness for decision making.
b. freedom from bias.
c. t
Study Guide 9 Answers Chapter 5 EVALUATING FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 5. The Castillo Products Company was started in 2006. The company manufactures components for personal decision assistant (PDA) products and for other hand-held electronic products. A diffic
Chapter 4 MEASURING FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 2. Assume you have developed and tested a prototype electronic product and are about to start your new business. You purchase pre-programmed computer chips at $70 per unit. Other component costs include: plastic c
F317: Venture Capital & Entrepreneurial Finance Spring 2011, Instructor Clements Study Guide 7 & 8: Due 02/03/11 Covers: Chapter 4
Please read Chapter 4 of the text and do the following:
Discussion Questions: Be familiar with terms and equations: do not g
F317: Venture Capital & Entrepreneurial Finance Spring 2011, Instructor Clements Study Guide 6 for 01/27/11 Preparation for Guest Speaker Rick Johnson
Please do some research about Rick and his businesses, and come to class on Thursday prepared to get the
Chapter 3 ORGANIZING AND FINANCING A NEW VENTURE
Table A: Cumulative Income Tax Calculations by Taxable Income Bracket
Income Tax Calculations2007 Law Personal Income Taxes A. Married Filing Jointly Taxable Income Bracket Beg Value End Value Amount 1 15,6
F 317: Venture Capital & Entrepreneurial Finance Spring 2011, Instructor Clements Study Guide 5: Due 01/25/11 Covers: Chapter 3
Chapter 3 Preparation for Class on 01/25/11
Read Chapter 3, answer the following Discussion Questions at the end of the Chapter
F317: Venture Capital & Entrepreneurial Finance Spring 2011, Instructor Clements Study Guide 2: Due 01/18/11
Read Chapter 2, answer the following questions at the end of the Chapter:
Discussion Questions: #2 #6 #9 #13 #14 #15 #18
Exercises & Problems: #1
F317: Venture Capital and Entrepreneurial Finance Fall 2010, Instructor Clements: Section Study Guide 1 Chapter 1: Due 01/13/11
Please answer Discussion Questions at the end of Chapter 1: #1 #3 (also your thoughts megatrends of today any changes?) #5 (als
Spring 2011 Catalin Stefanescu Indiana University
Business G345-13088: Money, Banking and Capital Markets
Class: MW 4:00-5:15PM; BU 300 Email: castefan@indiana.edu Office: BU 436 Office Hours: Friday 9:00-11:00AM or by appointment. Course Objectives: As i
Chapter 10 VENTURE CAPITAL VALUATION METHODS FOCUS
In this chapter, we present several variations on the simplified valuation procedures and rules of thumb frequently grouped under the designation venture capital methods. We introduce a threescenario appr
Chapter 14 - Bonds and Long-Term Notes
CHAPTER 14
BONDS AND LONG-TERM NOTES
Questions for Review of Key Topics
Question 14-1
Periodic interest is calculated as the effective interest rate times the amount of the debt outstanding during the period. This sa
Joint Distribution
We may be interested in probability statements of several RVs. Example: Two people A and B both flip coin twice. X: number of heads obtained by A. Y : number of heads obtained by B. Find P (X > Y ). Discrete case: Joint probability mas
Homework 8 Solutions Chapter 3: - x 68. Length of time to complete a job of a server has exponential pdfand cdf F X x=1-e Call Y st the waiting time until service of the first job. Its distribution is distribution of the 1 order statistics. n-1 - y - y n-
Stat 309
HW7-Chapter 3
1/5
Home Work 7
16.What is the probability density of the time between the arrival of the two packets of Example E in Section 3.4? Ans: Let X =T 1T 2 Then F X x=P X x=P T 1T 2x =P xT 1T 2x = f T
A
1,
T2
t 1, t 2 dt 1 dt 2
with A is
Stat 309
1/2
Quoc Tran
HW 6 Solutions
7. Find the joint and marginal densities corresponding to the cdf: F x , y =1e x 1e y , x0, y0, 0, 0 Ans: Joint density (joint pdf, jpdf): d2 d2 d f X ,Y x , y= F X , Y x , y= 1e x 1e y = 1e x e y = e x e y dxdy dxdy
Solution 1
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"Bread & Butter": Distribution functions.
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Express respectively the distribution of 1. X + = maxcfw_0, X (3 Points) 2. X - = - mincfw_0, X (3 Points) 3. |X| = X + + X - (2 Points) 4.
M370
Click to edit Master subtitle style Global Marketing
John Talbott Faculty Department of Marketing
Fall 2010
Copyright Copyright 2009 Indiana University
Exam Prep:
Look for alignment between assigned readings and class notes/lecture. If I talked abo
Stat 6304 Computational Statistics
Generating Discrete Random Variables
The Inverse Transform Method
Purpose: To generate the value of a discrete random variable X having probability: Pr(X = xj ) = pj , j = 0, 1, . . . ,
j
pj = 1.
Approach: Generate a u
M370 ICore
Class 5 CRM
John Talbott Faculty Department of Marketing
Fall 2010
Copyright Copyright 2009 Indiana University
Key Points from Class 5
Can you distinguish between good and bad cannibalization? Give an example of a valuable position. What are t
M370
IMC Personal Selling and Sales Promotion Class 14
John Talbott Faculty Department of Marketing
Icore Fall 2010
Copyright Copyright 2009 Indiana University
Points to Review from Last Class
Research about effective Advertising. 4 Effective tools for c
M370
The Marketing Mix Integrated Marketing Communications Part 1
John Talbott Faculty Department of Marketing
Summer I Core 2010
Copyright Copyright 2009 Indiana University
Learning Goals
Understand some of the science behinds ads. Look at 4 effective t
M370
The Marketing Mix Pricing Part 2
John Talbott Faculty Department of Marketing
Fall 2010
Copyright Copyright 2009 Indiana University
Elements of Costs
Fixed Costs? Rent Plant and Equipment Corporate Payroll Variable Costs? Payroll Materials Marketing