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Department
Business
Course
BU111
Professor
Sofy Carayannopoulos
Semester
Fall

Description
BUSINESS 111 FALL 2013 FINAL EXAM REVIEW GUIDE TH Final Exam Date: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7 , 2012 Exam Time: WLU Students 12 NOON TO 2:30 p.m. UW Students 12:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Locations: https://www.wlu.ca/~mibrahim/exams/FALL13/BUSINESS.html Important Notice: If a student cannot write a business final exam as scheduled, they must submit a "Petition for Exception to Academic Regulations" form to Ms Lee Leeman, Student and Petitions Coordinator, SBE1256. Supporting documentation will be required and verified. If appropriate circumstances are presented with appeals, students will be accommodated in the next exam session. Exam Format: 20 Multiple Choice questions = 20 marks 10 Short Answer questions, 2 to 6 marks each = 35 marks 7 Quantitative problems, 4 to 5 marks each = 30 marks 85 marks total TOPICS TO BE COVERED (Items listed in red indicate quantitative problems): Social Factors Ethics - Connection between individual ethics, managerial ethics, and corporate social responsibility - approaches to ethical dilemmas - how to influence managerial ethical preferences Stakeholders - what their relationship and importance is to business - why they should be proactively managed; when each stakeholder should be managed - strategic stakeholder categories and appropriate strategies for managing each category Corporate social responsibility (CSR) - what CSR is and how it is connected to ethics and other course models - five areas of CSR: what they are, what actions business can take - four approaches to CSR Demographics - why it is important to business - cohorts and demographic trends in Canada: describe cohorts and trends and discuss the opportunities and threats each one might create with respect to specific industries Economic Factors - four pillars of Canadian financial system – description, roles/functions - changes in banking industry - Bank of Canada - description, tools for affecting money supply - bonds – characteristics (return, term, priority over stockholders), types, features, factors affecting price, calculating approximate yield to maturity, relationship between p
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