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RYERSONITM 330Selcuk SavasFall

ITM 330 Lecture Notes - Enterprise Resource Planning, Customer Relationship Management, Financial Accounting

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Functional areas of operation: marketing and sales (m/s) Marketing product, taking sales order, customer support, customer relationship management, sal
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RYERSONACC 406Donna ZathyFall

ACC 406 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Stabilisation Force In Bosnia And Herzegovina

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12 Nov 2012
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Acc406 - chapter 11: using budgets for performance evaluation, static budgets vs. Performance report = compares actual costs with budgeted costs: two p
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RYERSONACC 406Donna ZathyFall

ACC 406 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Standard Cost Accounting

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12 Nov 2012
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Acc406 - chapter 10: unit standards, most operating managers recognize the need to control costs. Often means the difference between success and failur
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RYERSONACC 406Donna ZathyFall

ACC 406 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Direct Labor Cost, Budget, Earnings Before Interest And Taxes

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12 Nov 2012
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Can be used to adjust the budget, looking forward once more: budgets = financial plans for the future, key component of planning, strategic plan = iden
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RYERSONACC 406Donna ZathyFall

ACC 406 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Resource Consumption

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12 Nov 2012
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Limitations of functional-based cost accounting systems: plantwide and departmental rates based on direct labor hours, machine hours, or other volume-b
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RYERSONITM 100Ron BabinFall

ITM 100 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Quality Management, Scareware, Web Server

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22 Oct 2012
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Impossible to be a fully function professional today and not use personal productivity tools or have a basic understanding of the internet. Provides an
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RYERSONGMS 200Jian GuanFall

GMS 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Availability Heuristic, Ethical Decision, Learning Organization

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22 Oct 2012
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Information and knowledge basic linkages: knowledge and knowledge workers provide a decisive competitive factor in today"s economy, knowledge worker. S
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RYERSONECN 104Tsogbadral GalaabaatarFall

ECN 104 Lecture Notes - Budget Constraint, Indifference Curve, Opportunity Cost

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22 Oct 2012
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Buying more of one good leaves less income to buy other goods. Working more hours means more income and more consumption, but less leisure time. 40 fis
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RYERSONECN 104Tsogbadral GalaabaatarFall

ECN 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Opportunity Cost, Farmer Jack, Market Power

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22 Oct 2012
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Factors of production and factor markets: factors of production: the inputs used to produce goods and services. Demand for a factor of production is a
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RYERSONECN 204Christos ShiamptanisFall

ECN 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Economic Equilibrium, Demand Curve, Inferior Good

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22 Oct 2012
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RYERSONECN 204Christos ShiamptanisFall

ECN204 Notes Chapter 2.doc

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22 Oct 2012
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RYERSONECN 204Christos ShiamptanisFall

ECN 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Market Failure, Planned Economy, Better Off

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22 Oct 2012
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The more we spend on national defense, the less we can spend on consumer goods: another tradeoff is efficiency vs. equity. Mostly growth in the quantit
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RYERSONECN 204Christos ShiamptanisFall

ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Exchange Rate, Tax Cut, Unemployment Benefits

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22 Oct 2012
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Influence of monetary and fiscal policy on aggregate demand. Short-run effects of fiscal and monetary policy, which work through aggregate demand. Reca
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RYERSONECN 204Christos ShiamptanisFall

ECN 204 CH10.docx

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22 Oct 2012
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Without money, trade would require barter, exchange of one g & s for another. Require a double coincidence of wants unlikely occurrence that two people
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RYERSONECN 204Christos ShiamptanisFall

ECN 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Market Failure, Planned Economy, Better Off

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22 Oct 2012
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The more we spend on national defense, the less we can spend on consumer goods: another tradeoff is efficiency vs. equity. Mostly growth in the quantit
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RYERSONECN 204Christos ShiamptanisWinter

ECN204 Chapter 14.doc

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22 Apr 2012
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The classical dichotomy, the separation of variables into two groups: real quantities, relative prices, nominal measured in terms of money. The aggrega
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RYERSONECN 204Christos ShiamptanisWinter

ECN204 Chapter 13.doc

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22 Apr 2012
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S = i + nco: an identity from the preceding chapter, supply of loanable funds = saving, a dollar of saving can be used to finance. So, the demand for l
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RYERSONECN 204Christos ShiamptanisWinter

ECN204 - Chapter 12 .doc

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22 Apr 2012
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Ecn204 chapter 12 notes: closed vs. open economies, a closed economy does not interact with other economies in the world, an open economy interacts fre
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RYERSONECN 204Christos ShiamptanisWinter

ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Money Supply, P Money

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22 Apr 2012
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Ecn204 chapter 11 notes: classical theory of inflation, inflation is an increase in the overall level of prices. Historical aspects: over the past 60 y
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RYERSONECN 204Christos ShiamptanisWinter

ECN204 - Chapter 5 Notes.doc

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22 Apr 2012
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Ecn204 chapter 5: micro vs. macro. Factors of production are inputs like labour, land, capital, and natural resources. Factor payments are payments to
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RYERSONACC 406Donna ZathyWinter

ACC406 Chapter 7.doc

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21 Apr 2012
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Limitations of functional-based cost accounting systems: two major factors that impair the ability of unit-based plantwide and departmental rates to as
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RYERSONECN 104Tsogbadral GalaabaatarFall

ECN 104 Lecture Notes - Deadweight Loss, Competitive Equilibrium, Price Discrimination

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4 Dec 2011
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A monopoly firm has market power, the ability to influence the market price of the produce it sells. A competitive firm has no market power: the main c
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RYERSONPHL 406Paul RaymontFall

PHL 406 Lecture Notes - Fetus

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14 Nov 2011
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Lecture summary on abortion (marquis) part ii (paul raymont, jan. 28, 2011) So, concludes marquis, the killing of any individual creature is very immor
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RYERSONACC 100Else GrechFall

ACC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Deferral, Accrual, Cash Flow

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14 Nov 2011
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Understanding of all economic transactions (accrual accounting: 2. To know how a company manages their cash (cash accounting: cash vs. Accrual basis: t
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RYERSONACC 100Else GrechFall

ACC 100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Current Liability, Accrual, Financial Statement

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14 Nov 2011
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The purpose of accounting is to identify, measure, and communicate financial information to stakeholders. Another reason of accounting would be to give
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RYERSONACC 100Else GrechFall

ACC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Initial Public Offering, Retained Earnings, Stock Certificate

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14 Nov 2011
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RYERSONACC 100Else GrechFall

ACC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cash Flow Statement, Retained Earnings, Deferral

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14 Nov 2011
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RYERSONECN 104Tsogbadral GalaabaatarFall

ECN 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Deadweight Loss, Price Discrimination, Competitive Equilibrium

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14 Nov 2011
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A monopoly firm has market power, the ability to influence the market price of the produce it sells. A competitive firm has no market power: the main c
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RYERSONECN 104Tsogbadral GalaabaatarFall

ECN 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Sunk Costs, Marginal Revenue, Perfect Competition

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14 Nov 2011
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Introduction: a scenario: three years after graduation, you run your own business, you must decide how much to produce, what price to charge, how, what
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RYERSONECN 104Tsogbadral GalaabaatarFall

ECN 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Farmer Jack, Average Cost, Marginal Product

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14 Nov 2011
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The cost of something is what you give up to get it firms" decisions. You need ,000 to start your business. Interest rate is 5: borrow ,000, explicit c
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RYERSONECN 104Tsogbadral GalaabaatarFall

ECN 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Tax Rate, Deadweight Loss, Old Age Security

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14 Nov 2011
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Introduction: one of the ten principles from chapter 1: A government can sometimes improve market outcomes: providing public goods, regulating use of c
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RYERSONECN 104Tsogbadral GalaabaatarFall

ECN 104 Lecture Notes - Demand Curve, Comparative Advantage, Opportunity Cost

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9 Nov 2011
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How is it related to revenue and expenditure: what, what are the income and cross-price elasticities of demand, elasticity, basic idea: elasticity meas
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RYERSONECN 104Tsogbadral GalaabaatarFall

ECN 104 Lecture Notes - Overconsumption, Private Good, Salad Bar

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9 Nov 2011
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RYERSONECN 104Tsogbadral GalaabaatarFall

ECN104 - Chapter 3 and 4

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24 Oct 2011
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Interdependence: one of the ten principles from chapter 1: trade can make everyone better off. , we now learn why people and nations, example. We will
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RYERSONECN 104Tsogbadral GalaabaatarFall

ECN104 - Chapter 1 and 2

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24 Oct 2011
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The limited nature of society"s resources: economics. The study of how society manages its scarce resources. Society faces an important tradeoff: effic
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RYERSONACC 100Else GrechFall

ACC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Deferral, Cash Flow, Financial Statement

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16 Oct 2011
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Understanding of all economic transactions (accrual accounting: 2. To know how a company manages their cash (cash accounting: cash vs. Accrual basis: t
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RYERSONACC 100Else GrechFall

ACC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Initial Public Offering, Retained Earnings, Stock Certificate

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16 Oct 2011
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RYERSONITM 200Peter PilleWinter

ITM200 - Midterm Notes

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16 Oct 2011
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Implementation: a system design is implemented in a particular programming language (or several, for complex systems, the complete implemented system,
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RYERSONPHL 406Paul RaymontFall

PHL 406 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Kantian Ethics, John Stuart Mill, Jeremy Bentham

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16 Oct 2011
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Blah blah then they should do blah blah : two main anti-ethical theories, egoism. Our nature always to pursue our own interests. Incapable of acting ul
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RYERSONPHL 406Paul RaymontFall

PHL406 - Week 1 Summary Notes

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16 Oct 2011
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Descriptive statements (sometimes called is" statements) purport to tell us what is the case, or how things are in the world. By contrast, the point of
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