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RUTGERS37:575:202SidorickFall

37:575:202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: National Labor Relations Act, Business Unionism, Outsourcing

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Cio ends up making duplicate unions of the ones that got expelled. Afl was super moderate because they did not take in everyone. Cio became more modera
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RUTGERS37:575:202SidorickFall

37:575:202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Underconsumption, Okie, Overproduction

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23 Dec 2018
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Buying stocks on margin; using borrowed money to buy more stock. Fed had loose credit terms for ppl to borrow money; risky ppl got money. Post crash: f
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RUTGERS37:575:202SidorickFall

37:575:202 Study Guide - Final Guide: First Red Scare, Palmer Raids, Industrial Workers Of The World

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General strikes: all workers in an area go on strike, regardless of industry. Nativism: native-born americans are good; immigrants are bad. Based on pr
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RUTGERS37:575:202SidorickFall

37:575:202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: New Deal, International Brotherhood Of Teamsters, Unemployed Councils

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People turning from desperation and self-blame to search for collective solutions. Massive strikes in 1934 a few successful. Demands on government to d
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RUTGERS37:575:202SidorickFall

37:575:202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Jim Crow Laws, Ethnic Conflict, Nativism (Politics)

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23 Dec 2018
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Split into two; some progressive and some radical (picketers) Still didn"t have the right to vote everywhere; some states gave them the right. 19th ame
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RUTGERS37:575:202SidorickFall

37:575:202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: International Brigades, Campbell Soup Company, Norman Rockwell

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Talked about blaming immigrants and jews for their struggles. Franco threw over the democratically elected govt. Crushed any left political parties and
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RUTGERS37:575:202SidorickFall

37:575:202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, Clayton Antitrust Act

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(one of the most radical of the time) Did not trust the electoral process as a way of change. Worked really hard on getting socialists elected. Wanted
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RUTGERS37:575:202SidorickFall

37:575:202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Company Scrip, Jay Cooke, Jeremy Brecher

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Empathy putting yourself in someone"s shoes or having been through their situation. Class consciousness understanding the structure of society and thei
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RUTGERS37:575:202SidorickFall

37:575:202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Defensively Equipped Merchant Ship, Master Craftsman, National Labor Union

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23 Dec 2018
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Mainly agriculture (~90% of people); worked on farms. Democrats in the south were the plantation owners. Tight presidential race dems would let republi
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RUTGERS37:575:202SidorickFall

37:575:202 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Master Craftsman, Henry Clay Frick, Gilded Age

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Reconstruction: period post-civil war; made sure equal rights were enforced. Indentured servants: poor individuals who couldn"t afford passage to us (c
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RUTGERS37:575:202SidorickFall

37:575:202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: National Child Labor Committee, Theodore Roosevelt, Upton Sinclair

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Numerous reform issues: efficiency, conservation, power of monopolies, money control. Progressivists create the national child labor committee. Wanted
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RUTGERS37:575:202SidorickFall

37:575:202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Penal Labour, Sharecropping, Henry Clay Frick

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Changes in america - late 19th century (post-reconstruction) Most blacks still worked in the south post-reconstruction. Laws/practices introduced to di
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RUTGERS37:575:202SidorickFall

37:575:202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sherman Antitrust Act, Interstate Commerce Act Of 1887, Gilded Age

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23 Dec 2018
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Confronting the gilded age: the 1890"s: covered or highlighted with gold or something of a golden color, having a pleasing or showy appearance that con
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RUTGERS37:575:202SidorickFall

37:575:202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Jeremy Brecher, Expulsion Of The Acadians, Jay Cooke

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23 Dec 2018
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Strikers took authority by ceasing all work in many major cities. Overpowered the police, militia, and federal troops. All train workers stopped workin
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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 10: Ch_ 10 Arbitrage Pricing Theory and Multifactor Models of Risk and Return

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Credit Risk

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 17: Ch. 17_ Macroeconomic and Industry Analysis

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Radiation And Nuclear Safety Authority

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Arp String Ensemble, Wnet, Stotting

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Lek Mating

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 18: Ch. 18_ Equity Valuation Models

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Blic

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 20: Ch. 20.1 - 20.2_ Introduction to Options

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 14: Ch. 14_ Bond Types

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Cloud Computing

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 6: Ch. 6_ Capital Allocation to Risky Assets

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Campora

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 22: Ch. 22_ Forwards and Futures Contracts

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 16: Ch.16_ Types of Duration and Convexity

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 19: Ch.19_ Financial Statement Analysis

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Selb

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 11: Ch.11_ Efficient Market Hypothesis

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 9: Ch.9_ The Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 15: Ch.15_ The Term Structure of Interest Rates

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 16: Ch.16_ Managing Bond Portfolios (Duration)

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 9: Ch.9_ Optimal Risky Portfolios

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 2: Introduction to Hedge Funds

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RUTGERS33:390:380J.LongoSpring

33:390:380 Lecture 1: Strategies of Great Investors

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RUTGERS33:390:400J I N M O KimSummer

33:390:400 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Advertisement Film, Net Present Value, Retained Earnings

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The discount rate of the project should be the expected return on a financial asset of comparable risk. Wacc can only be used when the project"s risk i
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RUTGERS33:390:400J I N M O KimSummer

33:390:400 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Advertisement Film, Net Present Value, Retained Earnings

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The discount rate of the project should be the expected return on a financial asset of comparable risk. Wacc can only be used when the project"s risk i
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