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UTSCMGEA06H3Iris AuSummer

MGEA06H3 Lecture Notes - Gdp Deflator, Investment Goods

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16 Jun 2013
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Consumer price index (cpi): to compute the cpi, we use the base year bundle, i. e. , the 2004 bundle, and current year ti, qp i, base year. , where i =
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UTSCMGEA06H3Iris AuSummer

MGEA06H3 Lecture Notes - Government Budget Balance, Disposable And Discretionary Income, Consumption Function

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16 Jun 2013
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If r is held fixed at 0. 05 & e is held fixed at 0. 85 us$ per c$, then. I = 50 5(0. 05 0. 05) = 50. X = 220 3(0. 85 0. 85) = 220. Im = (3/11)y + 2. 5(
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UTSCMGEA06H3Iris AuSummer

MGEA06H3 Lecture Notes - Ferrari P, 1, Consumption Function

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16 Jun 2013
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C = 50 + 0. 75y (p 100: the ae function: Ae = [50 + 0. 75y (p 100)] +[100 3(0. 04 0. 04)] Ae = 250 + 0. 75y p: the ad function. P = 250 0. 25y: the slo
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UTSCMGEA06H3Iris AuSummer

MGEA06H3 Lecture Notes - Government Budget Balance, Disposable And Discretionary Income

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16 Jun 2013
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If r is held fixed at 0. 06 & e is held fixed at 0. 85 us$ per c$, then. I = 40 4. 5(0. 06 0. 06) = 40. X = 180 2(0. 85 0. 85) = 180. Im = (1/4)y + 2(0
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UTSCMGEA06H3Iris AuSummer

MGEA06H3 Lecture Notes - Shortage, Consumption Function, Autonomous Consumption

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16 Jun 2013
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UTSCMGEA06H3Iris AuSummer

MGEA06H3 Lecture Notes - Foreign Exchange Market, Shortage, Capital Market

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16 Jun 2013
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Thus, canadians need to covert c$ into foreign currencies when we imports stuffs: domestic purchases of foreign assets, the total supply of c$ = + =
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UTSCMGEA06H3Iris AuSummer

MGEA06H3 Lecture Notes - Maryland Route 30, Money Market, Disposable And Discretionary Income

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16 Jun 2013
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This is called the is curve & you will learn it in ecmb06: note: since we have two unknowns (y & r), we cannot just solve for y* and r* by setting. We
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UTSCMGEA06H3Iris AuSummer

MGEA06H3 Lecture Notes - Excess Reserves, Demand Deposit, Reserve Requirement

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16 Jun 2013
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Desired reserves = reserve ratio (rr) demand deposits (dd) Excess reserves = actual reserves held by chartered bank desired reserves. Excess reserves =
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UTSCMGEA06H3Iris AuSummer

MGEA06H3 Lecture Notes - Maryland Route 34, Money Market

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16 Jun 2013
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If you have today, after 4 years you will have: If you are promised in 8 years, then the value of promise today, : Part (a: this is a standard bone w
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UTSCMGEA06H3Iris AuSummer

MGEA06H3 Lecture Notes - Government Budget Balance, Disposable And Discretionary Income, 1

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16 Jun 2013
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If r is held fixed at 0. 06 & e is held fixed at 0. 85 us$ per c$, then. I = 130 10(0. 06 0. 06) = 130. X = 330 4(0. 85 0. 85) = 330. Im = 0. 23y + 3.
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UTSCMGEA06H3Iris AuSummer

MGEA06H3 Lecture Notes - Income Approach, Capital Formation, Fixed Capital

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16 Jun 2013
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Expenditure approach: the expenditure approach: gdp = c + i + g + x im, gdp = . 6b + (. 0b + ( . 0b)) + . 4b + . 2b . 1b. Gdp = . 1b: note: i = fixed c
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UTSCMGEA06H3Iris AuSummer

MGEA06H3 Lecture Notes - Environmental Health, Social Environment, Diarrhea

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16 Jun 2013
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Your environment is your health (but not the only factor influencing your health) What is the environment: environment is everything that affect a livi
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesSummer

EESA06H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Continental Crust, Oceanic Crust, Sedimentary Rock

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16 Jun 2013
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Lecture 1(earth systems):biosphere: the living and dead organisms. hydrosphere: earths liquid and solid water (cryosphere). Atmosphere: mixture of gass
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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

EESA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Exponential Growth, Apple Juice, Affluenza

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30 Apr 2013
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Environmental hazards to specific populations: children"s environmental health, women"s health and environment, workers and noise hazards, elderly and
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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

EESA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Leaf Vegetable, Constipation, Fluorine

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30 Apr 2013
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Foodborne illnesses: there are two major forms of foodborne illnesses, transmissible diseases. Examples: bacteria, viruses, and parasites (worms, etc:
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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

EESA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Smallpox, Night Sweats, Guangdong

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30 Apr 2013
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Biological hazards: nontransmissible (cannot be transferred from human to human). Cardiovascular - diseases related to heart as a result of food (high
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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

EESA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Teratology, Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, Radiography

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30 Apr 2013
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But the question is what type and how much radiation is there. Even if we are walking outside in the woods, we are still exposed to some radiation, bec
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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

EESA10 - Lecture 5.doc

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30 Apr 2013
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Some other scientists say that this is not true we are going to base this definition on a specific gravity. It is different than metals trace elements
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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

EESA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Herbicide, Miscarriage, Lipophilicity

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30 Apr 2013
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From last class: transformation of nitrates to nitrites in the book it says that it is happening in our body, professor said here in class that it is h
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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

EESA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pentachlorophenol, List Of Gasoline Additives, Organochloride

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30 Apr 2013
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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

EESA10H3 Lecture Notes - Rush Hour, Passive Smoking, Asbestosis

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30 Apr 2013
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Airborne hazards: today we will discuss two types of air pollutants, outdoor air pollution. They are natural and manufactured: natural include forest f
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Lecture Notes - Social Environment, Diarrhea, Environmental Health

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30 Apr 2013
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Your environment is your health (but not the only factor influencing your health) What is the environment: environment is everything that affect a livi
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Canadian Human Rights Act, Main Source, Initial Public Offering

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30 Apr 2013
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=> business: an organization that produces or sells goods or services in an effort to make a profit. => revenues: the money a business earns selling it
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdWinter

ManagementNOTES1.doc

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30 Apr 2013
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Business an organization that produces or sells goods or services in an effort to make a profit. In 2002, most profitable company in canada was the can
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Canadian Business, Genuine Progress Indicator, Cool Whip

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30 Apr 2013
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Chapter 1: understanding the canadian business system: the concept of business and profit. Business: an organization that produces and/or sells goods o
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA01H3 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Franchising, National Product, Takeover

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30 Apr 2013
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Business: an organization that seeks to earn profits by providing goods + services. Profit: money that remains after a business"s expenses are subtract
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Expectancy Theory, Absenteeism, Espresso

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30 Apr 2013
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Chapter 10- motivating employees (short answer questions on exam) know your theories. Some key theories experiments: the classical theory, scientific m
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Piece Work, Abraham Maslow, Theory X And Theory Y

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30 Apr 2013
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2 short answer questions from chapter 10 ;focuses more on chapter 10. Classical theory only thing that turns us on is cash money This is wrongpeople ar
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Fide, Job Analysis, Visible Minority

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30 Apr 2013
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Before: canada was industrial economy we made and sold things . Now: canada is knowledge economy we sell knowledge, expertise. Knowledge workers: requi
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Absenteeism, Job Analysis, Western Electric

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30 Apr 2013
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Before: canada was industrial economy we made and sold things . Now: canada is knowledge economy we sell knowledge, expertise. Knowledge workers: requi
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Organizational Chart, Departmentalization

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30 Apr 2013
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Chief Executive Officer, Time Management

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30 Apr 2013
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Management: is the process of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling an enterprise"s finanacial, physical, human and information resources to a
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Brookfield Asset Management, Takeover, Eastern Canada

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30 Apr 2013
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Regardless of the type of business they work in, managers perform many of the same functions, are responsible for many of the same tasks, and have many
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Deflation, Canadian Business, Money Supply

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30 Apr 2013
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Chapter 1: understanding the canadian business system: the concept of business and profit. Business: an organization that produces and/or sells goods o
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UTSCMGTA02H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Working Capital, Current Liability, Corporate Finance

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30 Apr 2013
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Financial managers: those managers responsible for planning and overseeing the financial resources of a firm. Finance (corporate finance): the business
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UTSCMGTA02H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Socalled, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Financial Institution

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30 Apr 2013
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Securities: stocks and bases (which represent a secured-asset-based claim on the part of investors) that can be bought and sold. Primary securities mar
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UTSCMGTA02H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Accounts Receivable, Prime Rate, Time Deposit

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30 Apr 2013
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Money: any object generally accepted by people as payment for goods and services. Portability: currency that is easily affected by deterioration or is
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UTSCMGTA02H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Fax, Inventory Control, Direct Market

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30 Apr 2013
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Chapter 7: pricing and distributing goods and services. Pricing: deciding what the company will receive in exchange for its product. Pricing objectives
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UTSCMGTA02H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Sales Process Engineering, Brand Loyalty, Advertising

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30 Apr 2013
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Chapter 6: developing and promoting goods and services. Features: the qualities, both tangible and intangible, that a company builds into its products.
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UTSCMGTA02H3Chris BovairdWinter

MGTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Air Canada, Relationship Marketing, Marketing Mix

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30 Apr 2013
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Chapter 5: understanding marketing processes and consumer behavior. Marketing: planning and executing the development, pricing, promotion and distribut
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