ASSIGNMENT 4
MGF 301
Corporation Finance
Fall 2013
DUE: Tuesday, November 12th at 11:00am in Jacobs 365 (Singapore Deadline =
Tuesday, November 12th at midnight Singapore Time)
You may work in a group of up to 4 on this Assignment. Please indicate clearly
Name_
Fall 2012 Test 2
Student No._
TEST 2
MGF 301 Corporation Finance
Fall 2012
Please sign name in box
Please tear off the answer sheet and answer all of the following questions on the answer sheet.
(Note: Total Points = 100; Multiple Choice = 4 points
Microeconomics
Home Assignment 2
Due Date: November 1, 2011
Problem 1
Johns utility function is
and faces strictly positive prices
. Assume that he is endowed with wealth
and
for the two goods
and
that he
consumes.
A. Set up Johns utility maximization pro
Microeconomics
Home Assignment 6
Due Date: December 27, 2011
Problem 1
Suppose that the set of consequences is C 10, 20, 30 , and that lottery L is given by
p L 10 p L 20 p L 30 1 / 3 .
a. What are the expectations and variance of L?
b. Draw L in 2-dimens
Microeconomics
Home Assignment 3
Due Date: November 15, 2011
Problem 1.
Jims preferences over bundles in 2 can be represented by the following CES utility
function: u ( x1 , x2 ) 1 x1 2 x 2 1 / , with 1 2 1 . He faces strictly positive prices of
two goods
Microeconomics
Home Assignment 4
SOLUTIONS
Due Date: November 29, 2011
Problem 1.
The firm uses inputs x1 and x 2 to produce output y. The input prices are w1 > 0 and
w2 > 0 , respectively, and the output price is p > 0 . The firms production function is
Microeconomics
Home Assignment 2
SOLUTIONS
Due Date: November 1, 2011
Problem 1
Johns utility function is
. Assume that he is endowed with wealth
and faces strictly positive prices and for the two goods and that he
consumes.
A. Set up Johns utility maximi
Microeconomics
Home Assignment 3
SOLUTIONS
NOT TO BE TURNED IN
Problem 1.
Allas preferences over bundles in 2+ can be represented by the following utility function:
u ( x, y ) = xy x 2 .
The strictly positive prices of the goods are px and p y , and Alla
Microeconomics
Home Assignment 5
SOLUTIONS
Due Date: December 13, 2011
Problem 1: True or False
Comment briey on each of the following claims.
i) If all consumers have locally non-satiated preferences, then the Walras law holds.
True. With LNS budget cons
Microeconomics
Home Assignment 1
SOLUTIONS
Due Date: October 15, 2013
Problem 1.
Show that if the preference relation on X is rational, indifference sets representing distinct levels of
preferences cannot cross.
Problem 2.
Lexicographic preference relatio
Name_
Student Number_
TEST 2
MGF 301 Corporation Finance
Spring 2011
Please sign name in box
Please tear off the answer sheet and answer all of the following questions on the answer sheet.
(Note: Total Points = 100; Multiple Choice = 4 points each unless
Microeconomics
Home Assignment 5
Due Date: December 13, 2011
Problem 1: True or False
Comment briefly on each of the following claims.
i) If all consumers have locally non-satiated preferences, then the Walras law holds.
ii) Walras law follows from the ma
Microeconomics
Home Assignment 1
Due Date: October 17, 2011
Problem 1(MWG 1.D.3)
Let
, and consider the choice structure
and
. Show that
with
,
, and
must violate WARP.
Problem 2
For X 2 and
draw two graphs to illustrate the following cases: 1) Demand
sat
Microeconomics
Home Assignment 4
Not to be turned in
Problem 1.
The firm uses inputs x1 and x 2 to produce output y. The input prices are w1 0 and
w2 0 , respectively, and the output price is p 0 . The firms production function is
f x1 , x 2 x1 2 x 2
.
A.
Question1
A
1
2
(a)
Ford
B
C
Beta
1.31
D
E
Rf
E(Rm)
0.08
0.01
0.08
0.01
F
G
E(r)=Rf - Beta(E(Rm)-Rf)
0.10
3
4
Walmart
0.29
0.030
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
(b) Walmart has a lower expected return because Walmart has a low level of market risk. In other words,
whe
Ricardo Romero
MGF 301.
11/11/2013
Professor Mohr.
Assignment 4
A. Payback Method.
Cash Flow payment= -250,000+350,000+500,000+600,000+600,000= $1,800,000.
Cost of Investment = -2,000,000
Within the 5 year Payback period the management would not get their
SYLLABUS
School of Management SUNY Buffalo
MGF 301 Corporation Finance
Fall 2013
Class Hours:
Class Location:
Mon/Wed 11:00am - 12:20pm EST (Eastern Standard Time)
106 Jacobs
Instructor:
Teaching Assistants:
Derek Mohr
Adrian Rangl
375A Jacobs
365 Jacobs
Bocconi University
Prof.
PhD in Economics - Microeconomics I
M. Messner
Problem Set 5
Problem 1:Consider the following preference relations on the set
Explain
L.
what kind of
attitude they describe.
Moreover, check for each of these preferences whether or
Choice under Uncertainty
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Risk Aversion - Measurement
Denition 1 Given a twice di erentiable Bernoulli utility function u(:) for
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rA (x) = u00 (x)=u0 (x)
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Dariusz Surowik
University of Bialystok
LEONARD SAVAGES MATHEMATICAL THEORY
OF DECISION
Certain elements of the mathematical theory of decision were developed as early as at the end of the 19th century, o
SOLUTIONS
Problem 5 . .
In a two-good-two-agent economy, let in denote the consumption of good J by consumer
i (ij=l,2). Let the preferences of consumers be given as
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