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WLUBU223Ernie CosgroveFall

BU223 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - United States Dollar, Canada, Mortgage Loan

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WLUEC207Shadab QaiserFall

EC207 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - World Bank, United Nations Development Programme, Sub-Saharan Africa

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WLUES290Kevin HannaFall

ES290 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - North America, Canada, Wildlife

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WLUBU223Ernie CosgroveFall

BU223 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - United States Dollar, Canada, Mortgage Loan

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WLUEC207Shadab QaiserFall

EC207 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - World Bank, United Nations Development Programme, Sub-Saharan Africa

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14 Feb 2019
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WLUES290Kevin HannaFall

ES290 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - North America, Canada, Wildlife

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14 Feb 2019
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WLUBU121Roopa Reddy

BU121 Lecture 18: Marketing

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20 Jan 2019
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Finding a need and fill it, then capture the value to the customer and generate revenue. First need to und the needs of the customer. Connection betwee
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WLUEC223Angela TrimarchiWinter

EC223 Chapter 5: Chapter 5

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WLUEC223Angela TrimarchiWinter

EC223 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Savings Account, Barter, Transaction Cost

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10 Jan 2019
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Money (as in money supply defined by the economists): anything that is generally accepted in payment for goods or services or in the repayment of debts
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WLUEC223Angela TrimarchiWinter

EC223 Chapter 4: Chapter 4

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Four types of credit market instruments: a simple loan, a fixed-payment loan, a coupon bond, a discount bond. The distinction among interest rates, rat
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WLUEC223Angela TrimarchiWinter

EC223 Chapter 2: Ch 2

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An overview of the financial system page 49-73. Direct finance (ious debt, bond, stocks) Lender (savers) to borrower (spenders) direct finance (not mos
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WLUEC223Angela TrimarchiWinter

EC223 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Stock Market Crash, Financial Innovation, Moral Hazard

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WLUEC223Angela TrimarchiWinter

EC223 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Dbrs, Credit Rating Agency, Liquidity Premium

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The risk and term structure of interest rates p. 113-168. Risk structure of interest rates: default risk, liquidity. Term structure of interest rates:
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WLUEC223Angela TrimarchiWinter

EC223 Chapter 8: Ch 8

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10 Jan 2019
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8 an economic analysis of financial structure p. 198. Eight basic facts about financial structure: adverse selection and moral hazard. Tools to solve a
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WLUEC223Angela TrimarchiWinter

EC223 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Interest Rate Risk, Municipal Bond, Repurchase Agreement

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Ch. 13 banking and the management of financial institutions p. 308. The bank balance sheet and basic banking: general principles of bank management. Lo
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WLUEC223Angela TrimarchiWinter

EC223 Chapter 1: Ch 1

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Financial markets: funds are transferred from people who have an excess of available funds to people who have a shortage. Security / financial instrume
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WLUEC223Angela TrimarchiWinter

EC223 Chapter 10: Ch 10

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10 economic analysis of financial regulation p. 257 (224 5th edition) Outline: canadian financial regulators, major financial regulations. The future o
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WLUEC207Shadab QaiserFall

EC207 Final: EC207 final review

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10 Jan 2019
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Europe, and the former soviet union that are presently characterized by low levels of living and other development deficits. It is the short run, narro
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WLUEC207Shadab QaiserFall

EC207 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Subsistence Economy, Development Studies, Capital Accumulation

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10 Jan 2019
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Europe, and the former soviet union that are presently characterized by low levels of living and other development deficits. It is the short run, narro
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WLUEC207Shadab QaiserFall

EC207 Midterm: Practice

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What alternative measures do you suggest to measure economic development: products and services, all formal, market value of g & s, other not included.
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WLUEC207Shadab QaiserFall

EC207 Lecture 8: Ch 8

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8. 1 the central roles of edu and health final exam. Human capital (h): investment in human being on job training. E. g. hong kong does not have n but
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WLUEC207Shadab QaiserFall

EC207 Lecture 3: Ch 3 note

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Md: bring pencil, multiple choices and short answer. 1930s, great depression, high unemployment, surplus labour, need to get rid of this excessive labo
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WLUEC207Shadab QaiserFall

EC207 Midterm: Review Session

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10 Jan 2019
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Mcq and short answers (2 x 22. 5 = 45) Model of unemployed in developing countries, excessive unemployment. Poor people need capital for immediate need
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WLUEC207Shadab QaiserFall

EC207 Lecture 15: Ch 15 Finance and fiscal policy for development

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Ch 15 finance and fiscal policy for development. 15. 1 the role of financial system in econ development. Financial dev causes growth at the start of mo
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WLUEC207Shadab QaiserFall

EC207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Commodity Market, Pupa, Externality

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WLUEC207Shadab QaiserFall

EC207 Lecture 2: Ch 2 note

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Income per capita: more income, spent more, necessities but not efficient. Health is not a perfect substitute for education, major argument why giving
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WLUEC207Shadab QaiserFall

EC207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Environmental Accounting, Global Warming

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Boom in population -> pressure on land, clean water and sanitation (for farmers especially is hard) Sustainability: careful balance b/w econ growth and
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WLUBU354Jennifer KomarFall

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Triple Bottom Line, Zero Waste, Resource Efficiency

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10 Jan 2019
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Explain how organizations deal with a shortage of human resources. Jobs creation; skills enhancement; local economic impacts; social investments; Resou
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WLUBU354Jennifer KomarFall

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Implied Consent, Closed-Circuit Television, Equal Protection Clause

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10 Jan 2019
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Ch 2 the changing legal emphasis compliance and impact on canadian workplaces. Federal laws (10% of workers) federally regulated employers. Federal civ
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WLUBU354Jennifer KomarFall

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Job Analysis, Organizational Chart, Job Design

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Explain multiple uses of job analysis in hr decisions. Identify the steps in job analysis, and describe the evolution of job analysis. Define job desig
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WLUBU354Jennifer KomarFall

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Human Resource Management, Videotelephony, Professional Association

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Ch 1: the strategic role of hrm (human resources management) Learning outcomes: describe the stages in the evolution of hrm. The strategic and coherent
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WLUBU354Jennifer KomarFall

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Data Mining, Absenteeism, Paper Trail

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Explain the importance of reference checking, describe strategies to make such checking effective, and analyze the legal issues involved. The process o
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WLUBU354Jennifer KomarFall

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Employer Branding, Data Mining, The Employer

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Learning outcomes: define recruitment and discuss the increasing use of employer branding. Explain the importance of application forms: analyze the rol
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WLUBU354Jennifer KomarFall

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Trade Union, Bargaining Unit, Business Unionism

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WLUBU354Jennifer KomarFall

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Organizational Commitment, Transformational Leadership, Employee Engagement

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Issues of recruitment and selection focus on growing the human resource talent within an organization. The role of hrm is often overlooked in managing
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WLUBU354Jennifer KomarFall

BU354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Employee Benefits, Life Insurance, Unemployment Benefits

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WLUES290Kevin HannaFall

ES290 Midterm: Terms and concepts2

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10 Jan 2019
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These are sometimes referred to as stock or fund resources. A typical example of this resource type is oil, gas, and coal: neutral stuff: this suggests
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WLUES290Kevin HannaFall

ES290 Lecture 12: LESSON 12

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10 Jan 2019
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This lesson considers the various types of energy sources available and their relative use. Different energy paths are considered and assessed for thei
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WLUES290Kevin HannaFall

ES290 Lecture 2: LESSON 2

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In this lesson we will focus on sustainable development which has been embraced globally as the direction of environmental and resource management for
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WLUES290Kevin HannaFall

ES290 Lecture 5: LESSON 5

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This lesson will examine several important areas of environmental management. The lesson is divided into the areas of impact assessment and risk manage
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