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UWAFM433Nancy Ann Vanden BoschFall

AFM433 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Paramount Network, Customer Intelligence, Generation Z

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Focus: focus on viacom as a stand -alone entity. Three strategic priorities: drive share and margins in the core business, transition to next-generatio
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UWAFM433Nancy Ann Vanden BoschFall

AFM433 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Scientific Method, Inside Out Music

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27 Dec 2019
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Scientific method: marked by rigorous analysis (typical in strategic planning) , but also the creation of novel hypotheses and the careful generation o
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UWAFM433Nancy Ann Vanden BoschFall

AFM433 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Balanced Scorecard, Vertical Integration, Zappos

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27 Dec 2019
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Alignment: a well-understood statement of strategy aligns behavior within the business. Elements of a strategy statement: three critical components of
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UWAFM433Nancy Ann Vanden BoschFall

AFM433 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Web Service

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UWAFM433Nancy Ann Vanden BoschFall

AFM433 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Frivolous Litigation, Bastion, Fiduciary

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27 Dec 2019
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Annual calendars: in recent years, may corporations have started creating a schedule for major topics the board must consider during the year. These he
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UWAFM433Nancy Ann Vanden BoschFall

AFM433 Lecture 18: Class 18 Reading Notes

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27 Dec 2019
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Successful strategy execution: has two basic rules: understand the management cycle that links strategy and operations, know what tools to apply at eac
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UWAFM433Nancy Ann Vanden BoschFall

AFM433 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Handedness

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27 Dec 2019
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Supplement vs complement: the best strategic moves for a company are ones that supplement rather than complement that company"s current dominant busine
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UWAFM433Nancy Ann Vanden BoschFall

AFM433 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Statism, Disruptive Innovation

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27 Dec 2019
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New products: a radically new product usually needs a new business model. Difficulty in achieving business model innovation growth: is due to two major
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UWAFM433Nancy Ann Vanden BoschFall

AFM433 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Switching Barriers

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27 Dec 2019
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Awareness: awareness of the five forces can help a company understand the structure of its industry and stake out a position that is more profitable an
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UWAFM433Nancy Ann Vanden BoschFall

AFM433 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Tim Hortons, Generation Z

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UWAFM463Julia LipiecFall

AFM463 Study Guide - Final Guide: Substantial Presence Test, Permanent Residency, Given Up

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27 Dec 2019
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UWAFM463Julia LipiecFall

AFM463 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Internal Revenue Code, Filing Status, Debt Relief

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27 Dec 2019
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Filing status: each us taxpayer files a return using a specific filing status. Each filing status has a different set of tax brackets, rules for deduct
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UWAFM463Julia LipiecFall

AFM463 Study Guide - Final Guide: Substantial Presence Test, Permanent Residency, U.S. Bancorp

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UWAFM463Julia LipiecFall

AFM463 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Foreign Corporation, Passive Income, Withholding Tax

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27 Dec 2019
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Employment income: compensation for labor performed in the u. s. is considered income from u. s. sources . Unless all parts of the following exception
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UWAFM463Julia LipiecFall

AFM463 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Standard Deduction, Foreign Tax Credit, American Opportunity Tax Credit

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UWAFM463Julia LipiecFall

AFM463 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Substantial Presence Test, Permanent Residency, Business Travel

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27 Dec 2019
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Determining residency for an i nd iv i d u al: one of three tests must be met: lawful permanent resident test : a test based on lawful residency, not p
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UWAFM479John D'AmatoFall

AFM479 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Project Risk Management, Systematic Risk, Operational Risk

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27 Dec 2019
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Managing strategic risk: company strategy needs to be checked, but it can only be managed effectively if the management structure for monitoring and ta
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UWAFM479John D'AmatoFall

AFM479 Study Guide - Final Guide: Credit Event, Credit Risk, Cash Flow

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27 Dec 2019
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Credit risk: the economic loss suffered due to the default of a borrower or counterparty. Default: failure to fulfill contractual obligations in a time
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UWAFM479John D'AmatoFall

AFM479 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Tetra Tech, Debt Management Plan

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27 Dec 2019
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Superfund: remediation projects which involve cleaning up environmental pollution, including toxic, hazardous, or nuclear waste. Economic risk: due to
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UWAFM479John D'AmatoFall

AFM479 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Know Your Customer, Homicide, Foreign Exchange Management Act

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27 Dec 2019
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Jayakumar is the new ceo on oct. 13, 2015. Bob had no ceo for prior 14 months. Government: the government of india (owner of baroda) does not want to b
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UWAFM479John D'AmatoFall

AFM479 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Project Risk Management, Enterprise Risk Management

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27 Dec 2019
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Managing strategic risk: company strategy needs to be check ed, but it can only be managed effectively if the management structure for monitoring and t
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UWAFM479John D'AmatoFall

AFM479 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Credit Event, Itraxx, Accrual

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27 Dec 2019
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Reference entity: the company whose default is insured against in a cds. Credit event: the default of an insured company in a cds. A failure t o make a
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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Deflation, Monetary Policy, Money Supply

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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Government Budget Balance, Monetary Base, Money Creation

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27 Dec 2019
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Monetary theory: the theory that relates changes in the quantity of money to changes in economic activity. Velocity of money: the rate of turnover of m
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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Payments Canada, Landing Vehicle Tracked, Overnight Rate

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27 Dec 2019
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Overnight rate: the interest rate on overnight (one -day) securities from one bank to another. The bank of canada"s primary instrument of monetary poli
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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Aggregate Demand, Deflation

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Inflation target: a central bank target for the inflation rate. Inflation gap: the difference between inflation and the inflation target. Divine coinci
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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Payments Canada, Monetary Base, Excess Reserves

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27 Dec 2019
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Monetary base: base money, which is the sum of the bank of canada"s monetary liabilities (currency in circulation and reserves), and the canadian mint"
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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Consumer Spending, Autonomous Consumption, Aggregate Demand

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27 Dec 2019
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Planned expenditure: the total amount that households, businesses, the government, and foreigners want to spend on domestically produced goods and serv
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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Cash Machine, Laurentian Bank Of Canada, Mortgage Broker

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27 Dec 2019
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Central bank: the government agency that oversees a country"s banking system and is responsible for the amount of money and credit supplied in the econ
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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Futures Contract, Financial Instrument, Financial Transaction

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27 Dec 2019
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Financial derivatives: instruments that have payoffs that are linked to previously issued securities; used as risk reduction tools. Long position: a co
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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Money Market Fund, Mutual Fund, Adverse Selection

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27 Dec 2019
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Maturity: the time to the expiration date (maturity date) or a debt instrument. Short-term: with reference to a debt instrument, having a maturity of o
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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Federal Open Market Committee, Open Market Operation, Federal Funds Rate

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27 Dec 2019
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Board of directors: a board with 15 members (including the governor) that is responsible for the management of the bank of canada. Governing council: a
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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Moral Hazard

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27 Dec 2019
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Collateral: property that is pledged to the lender to guarantee payment in the event that the borrower is unable to make debt payments. Restrictive cov
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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Precious Metal, Hyperinflation, Eurodollar

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27 Dec 2019
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Money: anything that is generally accepted as payment for goods or services or in the repayments of debts. Currency: paper money (such as dollar bills)
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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter 4: Chapter 4

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27 Dec 2019
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Cash flows: cash payments to the holder of a security. Present value: today"s value of a payment to be received in the future, when the interest rate i
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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Gross Domestic Product, Mortgage Loan, Financial Instrument

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27 Dec 2019
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Financial markets: markets in which funds are transferred from people who have a surplus of available funds to people who have a shortage of available
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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Demand Curve, Economic Equilibrium, Business Cycle

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27 Dec 2019
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Wealth: all resources owned by an individual, including all assets. Expected return: the return on an asset expected over the next period. Risk: the de
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UWECON206Derek StaceyFall

ECON206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Basel Committee On Banking Supervision, Deposit Insurance, Moral Hazard

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27 Dec 2019
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Bank failure: a situation in which a bank cannot satisfy its obligations to pay its depositors and other creditors and so goes out og business. Bank pa
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UWECON231Barbara BloemhoffFall

ECON231 Study Guide - Final Guide: Trade Route, Factor Endowment, Marginal Revenue

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27 Dec 2019
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UWECON231Barbara BloemhoffFall

ECON231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Fisher Hypothesis, Money Supply, Money Market

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27 Dec 2019
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Purchasing power parity (ppp): theory that the exchange rate between two countries" currencies will equal the ratio of the countries" price levels. P u
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