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Public Administration - Municipal OBR250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Workaholic, Stress (Biology), Extraversion And Introversion
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Emotional Intelligence Model Emotional Intelligence Hierarchy Emotional Intelligence Outcomes and Development EI is associated with better relations, emotional labour, leadership, social decisions, job interviews, knowledg...

Public Administration - Municipal
Public Administration - Municipal OBR250
Simon Gortana
OBR250 Lecture 8: 8 - 2
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Higher task interdependence Team members must share materials, information, or expertise to perform their jobs Teams are usually better because high interdependence requires better communication/coordinat...

Public Administration - Municipal
Public Administration - Municipal OBR250
Simon Gortana
Public Administration - Municipal OBR250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Team Dynamics, Groupe Psa, Social Loafing
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Team Dynamics Teamwork by Team Canada at the 2014 Sochi Olympics Team Canada selected their team based on the new defense- first strategy. Even though they had to leave out 3 notable members of the 2010 gold winning team, ...

Public Administration - Municipal
Public Administration - Municipal OBR250
Simon Gortana
OBR250 Lecture 5: 5 - 3
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Managing Work-Related Stress Remove the stressor Minimize/remove stressors Work/life balance initiatives Withdraw from the stressor Vacation, rest breaks Change stress perceptions Positive self-concept, hu...

Public Administration - Municipal
Public Administration - Municipal OBR250
Simon Gortana
Public Administration - Municipal OBR250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Westjet, Corus Entertainment, Emotional Labor
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Workplace Emotions, Attitudes, and Stress WestJet Generates Positive Emotions WestJet Airlines generates plenty of positive emotions among employees and guests (such as its Christmas Miracle Event), which translates into ...

Public Administration - Municipal
Public Administration - Municipal OBR250
Simon Gortana
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Progressive Tax, Proportional Tax, Government Spending
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Chapter 11 Government Spending, Taxes, and Fiscal Policy Importance of Government Spending to regulate economic activity.rnment spending and taxes Government Spending and Equilibrium Income ...

Public Administration - Municipal
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400
Alan Bastian
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Economic Equilibrium, Xm Satellite Radio, Interest Rate
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Variables Influencing Consumer Spending Consumer wealth: physical and financial assets. Taxes: personal income taxes. Expectations: about future economic conditions. Interest rate: the rate at which consumers can...

Public Administration - Municipal
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400
Alan Bastian
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Tax Rate, Fiscal Policy, Monetary Policy
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Fiscal policy: changes in government spending and taxes designed to influence AD. Monetary policy: changes in the money supply and the rate of interest by the central bank designed to influence AD. Policies ca...

Public Administration - Municipal
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400
Alan Bastian
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Fiscal Policy
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Discretionary Fiscal Policy: Closing the Gaps increase in T reduces aggregate expenditure.G or an A contractionary fiscal policy combats inflation. Discretionary Fiscal Policy: Closing the Gaps Expansionary...

Public Administration - Municipal
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400
Alan Bastian
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Aggregate Demand, Xm Satellite Radio, Fallacy
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Chapter 7 The Aggregate Demand (AD) Aggregate Supply (AS) Model: Short-Run Analysis Aggregate Demand Aggregate demand: the total demand for all goods and services ...

Public Administration - Municipal
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400
Alan Bastian
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Unemployment, Frictional Unemployment, Full Employment
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Unemployment and Inflation Unemployment Unemployment: a situation in which workers who are willing and able to work cant find jobs. Full employment does not mean all workers are employed. ...

Public Administration - Municipal
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400
Alan Bastian
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Keynesian Economics, Potential Output, Output Gap
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Discouraged workers: workers who have given up looking for work.The Incidence of Unemployment varies according to certain demographic variables. Costs of Unemployment Economic costs Loss of ...

Public Administration - Municipal
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400
Alan Bastian
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Hyperinflation
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* Producer price index: an index that measures changes in the prices of producer goods. The Measurement of Inflation * Implicit price deflator: an index that measures changes in the average level of ...

Public Administration - Municipal
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400
Alan Bastian
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Open Market Operation, Deflation, Overnight Rate
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The Keynesian Theory of Money Precautionary demand: the desire to hold money for unexpected contingencies. varies directly with the level of income Speculative demand: the desire to hold money in anticipat...

Public Administration - Municipal
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400
Alan Bastian
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Real Business-Cycle Theory, Business Cycle, Money Supply
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Real Business Cycle Real business cycle: business cycles caused by supply- side shocks. Nominal shocks do not affect real output and employment Caused by: changes in technology changes in the supply ...

Public Administration - Municipal
Public Administration - Municipal BUS400
Alan Bastian

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