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UTSGRSM428H1jeffcallenFall

RSM428H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Deferred Tax

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Balance sheet is the most important statement for banks (not income statement) Because bank revenues are very stable typically not volatile. Assets: wh
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UTSGECO333H1jonathanhallFall

ECO333H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Facetime, Functional Skills Qualification, Girdle

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11 Nov 2016
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Getting things right takes face-to-face interaction (cid:862)fa(cid:272)eti(cid:373)e (cid:373)atte(cid:396)s(cid:863) Firm 5 would not enter the city
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UTSGECO333H1jonathanhallFall

ECO333H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Maple Syrup, Utility, Marginal Cost

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11 Nov 2016
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Lecture 2 why cities exist and factory model. Ghost towns (we need to care about people) When a city struggles we will be mistaken in thinking increasi
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UTSGECO333H1jonathanhallFall

ECO333H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Budget Constraint, Capital Intensity

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11 Nov 2016
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Assumptions: everyone works in the central business district, dense network of radial roads, everyone is identical and must choose 3 things: x, distanc
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UTSGECO333H1jonathanhallFall

ECO333H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Marginal Cost, Opportunity Cost, Toronto Transit Commission Fares

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11 Nov 2016
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As more firms cluster, more competition for resources so higher prices for those resources. Commuting is difficult (as cities get bigger, more congesti
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UTSGECO333H1jonathanhallFall

ECO333H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Closed City, Normal Good, Telecommuting

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11 Nov 2016
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Mr = mc p(x) * h"(cid:894)s(cid:895) = i. If p(x) increases, then h(s) must also increase in order to make them equal. Closed: utility varies, populati
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UTSGFSL102H1Isabella HubermanWinter

FSL102H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Les Bois, French Verbs, Le Studio

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22 Apr 2016
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The indefinite articles un and une correspond to a or an in english. In negative sentences, the indefinite article is replaced by de/d". The definite a
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtFall

PSY100H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Corpus Callosotomy, Fusiform Face Area, Unconscious Mind

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14 Mar 2016
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Emphasizes the influence of unconscious forces on behaviour. Defence mechanisms: unconscious mental strategies the mind uses to protect itself. Reality
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtFall

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Cognitive Therapy, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Interpersonal Psychotherapy

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14 Mar 2016
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtFall

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Dissociative Identity Disorder, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Coronary Artery Disease

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14 Mar 2016
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtFall

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Clifford Geertz, Positive Illusions, Amygdala

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14 Mar 2016
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtFall

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Human Genome Project, Resting Potential, Twin Study

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14 Mar 2016
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtFall

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Auditory Cortex, Visual Cortex, Detection Theory

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14 Mar 2016
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtFall

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Prenatal Development, Moral Development

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14 Mar 2016
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtFall

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Convenience Sampling, Observer-Expectancy Effect, Participant Observation

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14 Mar 2016
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtFall

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Edward B. Titchener, Gestalt Psychology, John Stuart Mill

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14 Mar 2016
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Ancient greek philosophers such as aristotle and plato pondered many of the same questions considered by contemporary psychological scientists. Physici
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtFall

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Syllogism, Sleep Disorder, Sleep Deprivation

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14 Mar 2016
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtFall

PSY100H1 Chapter 7: PSY100 – Week 9

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14 Mar 2016
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Forgetting, the inability to retrieve memory from long-term storage. German psychologist hermann ebbinghaus provided compelling evidence that forgettin
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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Potential Output, Output Gap, Nominal Interest Rate

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14 Mar 2016
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Macroeconomics is the study of the determination of economic aggregates, such as total output, total employment, the price level, and the rate of econo
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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Aggregate Demand, Aggregate Supply, Demand Curve

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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Autonomous Consumption, Disposable And Discretionary Income, Canadian Dollar

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14 Mar 2016
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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Real Interest Rate, Consumption Function, Disposable And Discretionary Income

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14 Mar 2016
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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Northern Ireland Environment Agency, Factor Cost, Fixed Investment

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14 Mar 2016
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Production occurs in stages: some firms produce outputs that are used as inputs by other firms, and these other firms, in turn, produce output that are
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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Barter, Reserve Requirement, Excess Reserves

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14 Mar 2016
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Money is any generally accepted medium of exchange, which means anything widely accepted in a society in exchange for goods and services. Barter is the
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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Efficiency Wage, Human Capital, Signalling Theory

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14 Mar 2016
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The supply of labour for easy, fun, and safe jobs is greater than the supply of labour for hard, dull, and dangerous jobs. As a result, good jobs will
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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Marginal Revenue Productivity Theory Of Wages, Marginal Product, Demand Curve

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14 Mar 2016
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The factors of production are the inputs used to produce goods and services. Labour, land, and capital are the three most important. The demand for a f
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UTSGECO101H1Jack CarrFall

ECO101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Natural Monopoly

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14 Mar 2016
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A free rider is a person who receives the benefit of a good but avoids paying for it. The government provides public goods because the private market o
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UTSGECO101H1Jack CarrFall

ECO101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Coase Theorem, Externality, Demand Curve

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14 Mar 2016
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An externality arises when a person engages in an activity that influences the well- being of a bystander and yet neither pays nor receives any compens
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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Foreign Exchange Market, The Foreign Exchange, United States Dollar

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14 Mar 2016
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The balance of payments records all the transactions of residents of canada with the rest of the world. There are three main accounts in the balance of
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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Absolute Advantage, Factor Endowment, Comparative Advantage

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14 Mar 2016
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Trade increases the quantity of commodities available for consumption. Difference in climate and natural resource endowment. Reduction in cost of produ
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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Opportunity Cost, Overnight Rate, Money Supply

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14 Mar 2016
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Assumption: only 2 assets, money and bonds. In equilibrium, the yield of the bond is the rate of interest (i) in the economy. The opportunity cost of h
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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Open Market Operation, Reserve Requirement, Credit Union

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14 Mar 2016
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A medium of exchange is anything that is acceptable in exchange for goods and services. M1 - currency in circulation + demand deposits. Currency in cir
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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Aggregate Demand, Diminishing Returns

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14 Mar 2016
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An increase in the price level (p) shifts the ae curve downward. A decrease in the price level (p) shifts the ae curve upward. This shift of the ae cur
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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Personal Consumption Expenditures Price Index, Consumption Function, Disposable And Discretionary Income

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14 Mar 2016
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We will use y to denote both gdp and net domestic income. Aggregate expenditure (ae) is the total desired expenditure on goods and services produced in
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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Imputed Rent, Net Domestic Product, Intermediate Good

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14 Mar 2016
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Gross domestic product (gdp) is the value of all final goods and services produced in. Gdp is a flow of new products during a period of time, usually o
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UTSGECO102H1Jack CarrFall

ECO102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Output Gap, Nominal Interest Rate, Potential Output

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14 Mar 2016
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UTSGECO101H1Jack CarrFall

ECO101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Sundae, Allocative Efficiency, Natural Monopoly

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14 Mar 2016
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Government can correct for production or consumption externalities by imposing taxes on the buyers or sellers. Incidence of tax does not depend on whet
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UTSGECO101H1Jack CarrFall

ECO101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Allocative Efficiency, Social Cost, Marginal Utility

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14 Mar 2016
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1: the cost of the pollution (toxins) is not reflected in the market price of lumber, no. No externalities: the value to the good sold buyer is equal t
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UTSGECO101H1Jack CarrFall

ECO101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Labour Economics, Perfect Competition, Diminishing Returns

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14 Mar 2016
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Demand for a factor is a derived demand (from the market for the good it is used to produce) Vmp = price (of good) * marginal product of factor. Firms
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UTSGECO101H1Jack CarrFall

ECO101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Monopolistic Competition, Price Ceiling, Allocative Efficiency

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14 Mar 2016
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Firms face downward-sloping demand curves: have some degree of market power (ability to raise price without losing all clients, may try to price discri
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