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UTSGECO100Y1Robert Gazzale

ECO331_MidtermReview.docx

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UTSGECO101H1Robert Gazzale

ECO101H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Utility, Loss Aversion, Jacob Marschak

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19 Feb 2013
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Experiment design: internal & external validity: experiment designs that vary levels of the focus variable only across subjects are called between-subj
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UTSGECO314H1Adonis YatchewWinter

ECO314 Review Notes

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19 Feb 2013
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In canada, 75% of our energy is hydrocarbons, 15% renewables, and 10% nuclear. In the world, 81% is hydrocarbon, 13% renewables, and 6% nuclear. World
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UTSGRSM100Y1Yu Wang

RSM100Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Safelite, Balanced Scorecard, Belron

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19 Feb 2013
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Positive psychology: 3 types of happiness: pleasant life money and material goods; eventually dies out, good life doing things, being engaged, meaningf
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UTSGRSM450H1Nina MazarFall

RSM450H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Fallacy, Intelligence Quotient, Fundamental Attribution Error

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9 Dec 2012
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Heuristics = simple rules of thumbs and mental shortcuts. Biases = systematic errors that are a result of the use of heuristics. Representative heurist
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UTSGRSM392H1C.LiuFall

RSM392 Review Notes (Full)

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9 Dec 2012
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What is strategy: a plan that specifies tradeoffs. 5 forces is more flexible: works where assumptions of supply/demand don"t hold: the two work hand in
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UTSGECO435H1Loren BrandtFall

ECO435H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: World Trade Organization, Spinning Wheel, Autarky

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9 Dec 2012
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Maddison: in the sung dynasty, the economy was bureaucratic and in 1700s china cut itself off from the. The sung dynasty was characterized by growth in
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UTSGRSM450H1Nina MazarFall

RSM450H1 Chapter Notes -Representativeness Heuristic, Conjunction Fallacy, Fallacy

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22 Nov 2012
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UTSGRSM260H1Katherine A.De CellesFall

RSM260H1 Study Guide - Emotional Contagion, Victor Vroom, Flextime

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23 Oct 2012
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Ob began in the human relations movement in the 1920s. Scientific management taylor the classical view: high specialization of labour, intensive coordi
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UTSGRSM260H1Katherine A.De CellesWinter

RSM260H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Groupthink, Trade Union Confederation Of The Americas, Negotiation

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23 Oct 2012
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Formal groups facilitate the achievement of org goals which includes task forces and committees. Informal groups emerge in response to common interests
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UTSGRSM230H1Tolias/ StapletonWinter

RSM230H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dividend Discount Model, Standard Deviation, Treasury Stock

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18 Oct 2012
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Index a number that measures a number of stock prices so that a percentage change in this index can be calculated over time. They serve as the underlyi
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UTSGRSM230H1Tolias/ StapletonSummer

RSM230H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Leaseback, Yield Curve, Municipal Bond

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18 Oct 2012
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Financial markets drive economic growth by transforming savings into investments. The three components of wealth transfer are: financial instruments, f
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UTSGRSM222H1Michael KhanWinter

RSM222H1 Chapter Notes -Earnings Before Interest And Taxes, Sunk Costs, Income Statement

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18 Oct 2012
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Management by exception a system in which standards are set for operating activities which are periodically compared to actual results. Standard cost c
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UTSGRSM222H1Michael KhanWinter

RSM222H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Tjust, Finished Good, Contribution Margin

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18 Oct 2012
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Cvp focuses on how profits are affected by: prices of products, volume/activity level, per unit variable costs, total fixed costs, mix of products sold
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UTSGRSM222H1Michael KhanWinter

RSM222H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3-5: Cross-Functional Team, Cost Driver, Activity-Based Costing

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18 Oct 2012
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The way a product is costed can have an impact on net income and management decisions. The purpose is to provide cost data to help managers plan, contr
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UTSGRSM222H1Michael KhanWinter

RSM222H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cost Driver, Marginal Cost, Fixed Cost

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18 Oct 2012
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It provides information to managers for use in planning and controlling operations as well as decision making. The essential steps include: planning, d
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UTSGRSM260H1Katherine A.De CellesFall

RSM260H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Social Identity Theory, Fundamental Attribution Error, Organizational Commitment

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17 Oct 2011
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Perceiver, target, and situation are the three components to perception. Social identity theory we categorize ourselves in terms of characteristics and
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UTSGRSM260H1Katherine A.De CellesFall

Midterm Review - RSM260

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSGRSM260H1Katherine A.De CellesFall

RSM260 CHapter 4

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UTSGRSM260H1Katherine A.De CellesFall

RSM260 CHapter 1-2

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSGRSM260H1Katherine A.De CellesFall

RSM260 Chapter 6

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSGRSM100Y1John OeschWinter

sample_testquestions

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17 Jun 2011
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Canadian can co. is setting up a policy to be truly socially responsible. The first step is: appoint a director of ccc s social agenda, management team
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UTSGRSM100Y1John OeschFall

oct.13_notes

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17 Jun 2011
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Individual assignment due november 19 at 11:59am to the commerce office: must include a cover sheet (on blackboard, guideline is maximum 4 pages, doubl
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UTSGRSM100Y1John OeschFall

nov.17_notes

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17 Jun 2011
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Deontology ethics depends on the duty, rights, and justice involved. The duty involves vows and responsibilities, while right involves the freedom of a
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UTSGRSM100Y1John OeschWinter

lecture_jan26

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17 Jun 2011
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Burn rate the money spent that you don"t already have. Low cost, and an environmental niche: hires volunteers. Division of labour and specialization ad
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UTSGRSM100Y1John OeschWinter

RSM100Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Departmentalization, Profit Center, Flat Organization

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17 Jun 2011
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UTSGRSM100Y1John OeschWinter

Integrative Thinking

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17 Jun 2011
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How to be an integrative thinker : understand your own models, safeguard against systematic perceptual and decision making biases, collect relevant fee
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UTSGRSM100Y1John OeschWinter

RSM100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Triple Bottom Line, Niche Market, People Skills

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17 Jun 2011
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 ethical behaviour conforms to individual beliefs and social norms about what are r ight.  business ethics refers to the behaviour of employees of an
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UTSGRSM100Y1John OeschWinter

Review.Notes

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17 Jun 2011
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If velocity is constant, a rise in the price level means that money supply rose and the level of transactions stayed the same. Command economies fail b
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UTSGRSM100Y1John OeschSummer

RSM100Y1 Study Guide - Marketing Mix

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17 Jun 2011
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UTSGRSM100Y1John OeschWinter

summary/ch11-12

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17 Jun 2011
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Product attributes: the success of any organization depends on its ability to provide them with products (goods and services) that satisfy their needs,
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UTSGRSM100Y1John OeschWinter

RSM100Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Master Production Schedule, Lean Manufacturing, Material Requirements Planning

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17 Jun 2011
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UTSGRSM100Y1John OeschWinter

summary/guide

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17 Jun 2011
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Stocks and bonds, which represent a secured asset based claim on the part of investors, which are bought and sold. Dominion securities: secondary marke
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UTSGRSM100Y1John OeschWinter

RSM100Y1 Study Guide - Telemarketing, Price Skimming

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17 Jun 2011
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Inventory tu rnover ratio: measures average number of times inventory is sold and restocked, or how quickly inventory is produced and sold. Average inv
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UTSGRSM100Y1John OeschWinter

ch.12 summary/study guide

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17 Jun 2011
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Productivity measure of economic performance that measures how much is produced relative to the resources used to produce it. Quality a product"s fitne
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UTSGRSM100Y1John OeschWinter

RSM100Y1 Lecture Notes - Inventory Turnover, Return Ratio, Revenue Recognition

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17 Jun 2011
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Chapter 14 accounting: accounting information system (ais): an organized procedure for identifying, measuring, recording, and retaining financial infor
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UTSGFSL221Y1Rob InchWinter

Semester 2 Grammar Test Review

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17 Jun 2011
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Y pronom used when a is followed by an idea or non-person. En pronom used when de is followed by a quantity or a clause (parler de vacances) When a or
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