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MCGILLMGCR 472Mo ChaudhuryWinter

MGCR 472 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Tums, Longest Path Problem

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MCGILLMGCR 472Mo ChaudhuryWinter

MGCR 472 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Curate, Longest Path Problem

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MCGILLMGCR 472Mo ChaudhuryWinter

MGCR 472 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Horse Length

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4) Project Management.doc

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MCGILLMGCR 472Mo ChaudhuryWinter

MGCR 472 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Capacity Planning, Net Present Value

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MCGILLMGCR 472Mo ChaudhuryWinter

MGCR 472 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Real Options Valuation, Egg Cell, Complement Factor B

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MCGILLMGCR 472Mo ChaudhuryWinter

MGCR 472 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Contribution Margin, Demand Forecasting, Moving Average

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You know the relationship among demand; supply; and price of a product, (keeping one of these parameters constant, how an increase/decrease of one affe
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MCGILLECON 295Kenneth RaganWinter

ECON 295 Chapter 26: Chapter 26.docx

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The three variables in the figure (p638), show different aspects of economic growth, a term that economists usually reserve for describing sustained or
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MCGILLECON 295Kenneth RaganWinter

ECON 295 Chapter 25: Chapter 25.docx

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MCGILLECON 295Kenneth RaganWinter

ECON 295 Chapter 19: Chapter 19.docx

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Macroeconomics is the study of how the economy behaves in broad outline without dwelling on much of the detail that occurs in markets for individual pr
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MCGILLECON 295Kenneth RaganWinter

ECON 295 Chapter 23: Chapter 23 notes.docx

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The ae curve shifts in response to a change in the price level. Change in price level affects desired consumption expenditure and desired net exports:
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MCGILLECON 295Kenneth RaganWinter

ECON 295 Chapter 28: Chapter 28 notes.docx

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Economists often simplify the analysis of financial assets by considering only two types of assets non-interest-bearing money and interest-bearing bond
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MCGILLECON 295Kenneth RaganWinter

ECON 295 Chapter 20: Chapter 20 notes.docx

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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 outputs that ar
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MCGILLECON 295Kenneth RaganWinter

ECON 295 Chapter 25: Chapter 25 notes.docx

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Changes in money supply do not change the level of potential output, y . In the short run, we say that money is not neutral, as changes in money supply
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MCGILLECON 295Kenneth RaganWinter

ECON 295 Chapter 26: Chapter 26 notes.docx

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Economic growth: sustained, long-run increases in the level of gdp. This chapter will discuss three aspects of economic growth real gdp, real per capit
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MCGILLECON 295Kenneth RaganWinter

ECON 295 Chapter 23: Chapter 23.docx

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The demand side of the economy: changes in the price level. The ae curve shifts in response to a change in the price level. This is because price level
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MCGILLECON 295Kenneth RaganWinter

ECON 295 Chapter 24: Chapter 24 notes.docx

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From the short-run to the long run: the adjustment of factor prices. B)factor prices and the output gap: output above potential, Because firms are prod
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MCGILLECON 295Kenneth RaganWinter

ECON 295 Chapter 19: Chapter 19 notes.docx

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Nominal (current-dollar) national income: total national income measured in current dollars: aggregating total output. A change in this measure can be
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MCGILLECON 295Kenneth RaganWinter

ECON 295 Chapter 24: Chapter 24.docx

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The adjustment process: potential output and output gap. Recall that potential output is the total output that can be produced when all productive reso
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MCGILLECON 295Kenneth RaganWinter

ECON 295 Chapter 20: Chapter 20.docx

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MCGILLECON 295Kenneth RaganWinter

ECON 295 Chapter 27: Chapter 27 notes.docx

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Medium of exchange: anything that is generally acceptable in return for goods and services sold: money as a medium of exchange. Barter: a system in whi
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MCGILLECON 295Kenneth RaganWinter

ECON 295 Chapter 29: Chapter 29 notes.docx

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How the bank of canada implements monetary policy. In principle, monetary policy can be implemented either by targeting the money supply or by targetin
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MCGILLMGCR 293Sujata MadanFall

MGCR 293 Chapter Notes -Microeconomics, Demand Curve, Taipei Metro

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The main task of manager is to make good decisions. Those who gain an understanding of the complex world will increase the value of their decisions at
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MCGILLMGCR 293Sujata MadanFall

MGCR 293 Chapter Notes -Normal Good, Arc Elasticity, Marginal Revenue

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An important determinant of profit is the nature of the demand for a firm"s goods or services. Good managers understand the nature of demand for produc
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MCGILLMGCR 293Sujata MadanFall

MGCR 293 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Production Function, Isoquant, Marginal Product

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Once managers determine the demand for the firm"s product or service their job is far from over. Now they must choose the optimal method to produce. Ma
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MCGILLMGCR 293Sujata MadanFall

CH3 - Consumer Behaviour and Rational Choice (mine).docx

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Market demand for a product is the aggregate of individual demands. So managers need to understand how individuals choose products. Our model for consu
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