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RUTGERS01:220:300A L E X HohmannSpring

01:220:300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Absolute Advantage, Marginal Product, Offshoring

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Differences in the technology used in each country. Differences in the total amount of resources, including labor, capital, and land found in each coun
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RUTGERS33:630:301S SchwartzSpring

33:630:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Big Data, Online Advertising, Customer Relationship Management

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8 Feb 2020
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Big data is huge and complex data sets used for analysis. 90% of the world"s data has been generated in the last 2 years. The challenge is sifting thro
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RUTGERS33:630:301S SchwartzSpring

33:630:301 Lecture 6: Marketing Chapter 3.3

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Consists of economic factors that affect consumer purchasing power and spending patterns. Americans are retaining an enthusiasm for frugality. Consumer
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RUTGERS33:630:301S SchwartzSpring

33:630:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Baby Boomers, Telecommuting, Generation Z

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8 Feb 2020
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Demography - the study of human population in terms of size, density, location, age, gender, race, occupation, etc. The single most important trend in
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RUTGERS33:630:301S SchwartzSpring

33:630:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ikea

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Microenvironment is all the actors close to the company that positively or negatively affect the company"s ability to engage with and create value for
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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Depreciation

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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Cash Flow Statement, Cash Flow, Deferral

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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Finance Lease, Income Statement, Operating Lease

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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Deferred Income, Accounts Payable, Current Liability

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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Income Statement

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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Income Statement

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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Deferral, Income Statement, Accounts Receivable

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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Income Statement, Retained Earnings, Market Liquidity

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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Deferral, A Question Of Balance, Historical Cost

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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Treasury Stock, Stock Trader, Preferred Stock

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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Net Income, Treasury Stock, Shares Outstanding

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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Operating Expense, Interest Expense, Cash Flow Statement

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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Gross Profit, Fixed Asset, Income Statement

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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Income Statement, Matching Principle, Revenue Recognition

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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Financial Statement, Income Statement, Balance Sheet

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RUTGERS33:010:272E WassermanFall

33:010:272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Historical Cost, Financial Statement, Accrual

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RUTGERS01:220:102M.ElgawlySpring

01:220:102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Nash Equilibrium, Game Theory, Strategic Dominance

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8 May 2019
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As it relates to dominant strategy and nash equilibrium. The study of behavior in situations of interdependence; a way of predicting outcomes in strate
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RUTGERS01:220:102M.ElgawlySpring

01:220:102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Economic Equilibrium, Demand Curve

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8 May 2019
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Increase in the price of one good increases demand for the other. The decrease in the price of one good will decrease demand for the other. If pepsi pr
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RUTGERS01:220:102M.ElgawlySpring

01:220:102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Marginal Cost, Fixed Cost, Diminishing Returns

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8 May 2019
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A cost that does not depend on the quantity of output produced. It is the cost of the fixed input. A cost that does not vary with output. A cost that d
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RUTGERS01:220:102M.ElgawlySpring

01:220:102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Marginal Revenue, Marginal Cost, Opportunity Cost

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An economic term that refers to an economy"s ability to produce goods and services at a. Gives a company the ability to sell goods and services at a lo
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RUTGERS01:220:102M.ElgawlySpring

01:220:102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Price Floor, Economic Equilibrium, Price Controls

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Opportunity cost the loss of potential gain from other alternatives when one alternative is chosen. Opportunity cost = explicit costs + implicit costs.
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RUTGERS01:220:102M.ElgawlySpring

01:220:102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Opportunity Cost, Adverse Selection, Moral Hazard

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RUTGERS01:220:102M.ElgawlySpring

01:220:102 Final: Unit 3 Notes for Exam

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Means-tested program- benefitting only individuals and families whose income falls below a certain level. In-kind payment- a benefit in the form of goo
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RUTGERS01:220:102M.ElgawlySpring

01:220:102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Public Good, Private Good, Marginal Utility

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Non-excludable: people who don"t pay cannot easily be prevented from using a good (ie. non-rival: more than one person can consume the same unit at the
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RUTGERS01:220:102M.ElgawlySpring

01:220:102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Offshore Outsourcing, Import Quota, Sweatshop

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8 May 2019
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A tariff has two effects: domestic consumption down, domestic production up, less is consumed, so lower gains from trade. Import quota legal limit on a
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RUTGERS01:220:102M.ElgawlySpring

01:220:102 Final: Unit 3 Notes

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Unit 3 notes: most of what the final is going to be on. Countries will specialize in goods they can produce more cheaply than other countries (lower op
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RUTGERS01:220:102M.ElgawlySpring

01:220:102 Final: Unit 3 Notes

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Unit 3 notes: most of what the final is going to be on. Countries will specialize in goods they can produce more cheaply than other countries (lower op
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RUTGERS01:840:211LammertsSpring

01:840:211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Mandate Of Heaven, Cinnabar, Citta

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29 Apr 2019
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Heaven (tian): external alchemy: compounding and ingesting divine elixirs produced from mineral compounds like gold and cinnabar; the use of talismans
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RUTGERS01:840:211LammertsSpring

01:840:211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Citta, Junzi, Chinese Philosophy

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29 Apr 2019
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The principle of yin and yang is that all things exist as inseparable and contradictory opposites, for example, female-male, dark-light and old-young.
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RUTGERS01:840:211LammertsSpring

01:840:211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Wu Wei, Tai Chi, Junzi

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29 Apr 2019
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Sage : the sage or wise is the ideal personality; however, it is very hard to become one of them. Confucius created the model of junzi , gentleman, whi
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RUTGERS01:840:211LammertsSpring

01:840:211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Chinese Classics, Tao Te Ching, Chinese Philosophy

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29 Apr 2019
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A chinese classic text which is a fundamental text for both philosophical and religious. It also strongly influenced other schools of chinese philosoph
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RUTGERS01:840:211LammertsSpring

01:840:211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Tao Te Ching, Laozi, Shang Dynasty

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29 Apr 2019
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A chinese philosophical term often translated as "gentleman" or "superior person" and employed by both the duke of wen in the i-ching and confucius in
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RUTGERS01:840:211LammertsSpring

01:840:211 Lecture 22: Shikoku Pilgrimage

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RUTGERS01:840:211LammertsSpring

01:840:211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Transfer Of Merit, Dharma, Dukkha

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24 Apr 2019
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To achieve this you have to do danna (giving, sacrificing) Principal in which such merit is made is by making donations to the sangha. Other forms incl
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RUTGERS01:840:211LammertsSpring

01:840:211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Mahayana, Sukhavati, Dharma

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24 Apr 2019
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Amitabha buddha attended by the bodhisattvas kannon and seishi welcoming beings to the pure. Buddha did not really die but is still around teaching dha
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