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Autocorrelations and Abnormal Returns Prior to Stock Splits Considered in the Context of EMH
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This 5 page paper is written in two parts. The first part of the paper considers the implications for the weak-form Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH) concerning the findings of certain authors that have recently found evidence of positive autocorrelation in short-term stock returns and negative autocorrelation in longer horizon returns. The second part of the paper looks at the idea positive abnormal returns prior to stock splits, discusses why this may occur and looks at whether or not this is consistent with semi-strong form efficiency. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Filename: TEautosplit.rtf

Automotive Industry And Global Financial Crisis
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A 10 page paper that considers different topics, such as international trade theory, macro-economics, and the impact of the global financial crisis on the automotive industry. The writer explains two international trade theories, then, reports the effects this crisis has had on the auto industry in different countries. Australia is used as the example for the effectiveness of policy related to the crisis in this industry. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: PGfnau.rtf

Avril Hotel Pricing Strategy Case Study
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This 4 page paper looks at the case of a hotel that is considering increasing prices. The paper is written in two parts. The first part of the paper looks at whether there should be a focus in increasing the room rate or the occupation rate to maximize revnue. The second part of the paper discusses what other factors should be considered such as actions and reactions of the competition, marketing and the sale of complimentary services. The bibliography cites 1 source.
Filename: TEavrilprice.rtf

Ayn Rand’s “Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal”
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the concepts in Ayn Rand’s “Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal”. Ayn Rand’s 1962 text “Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal” is important in the fields of philosophy and economics in that it introduces the readers, or reminds the readers, what the true essence of capitalism is and not that which has been misunderstood and construed with economic and political misconceptions. For Rand, and others who follow the ideals of libertarianism and objectivism, capitalism is the only system which allows for the freedom of man’s rational nature and its ruling principle is justice. True capitalism is actually a social system based on the principle of individual rights and is not to be confused with the capitalist constructions developed during the industrial ages which saw the development of “wage slaves” to the owners of the factories. Instead, capitalism is based on man’s trade through free exchange and mutual benefit. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TJARand1.rtf

Banking in the United States Compared with Banking in the European Union
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This 24 page report discusses the banking systems of the United States and the European Union. The financial world, by its very nature, is ever-changing and with the major changes that have been seen in the past few decades -- the end of the Cold War, the boom and bust of the 1980s and then the late 1990s, the consolidation of the European Union, the physical introduction of the euro -- the list goes on and on. However, one constant remains in the banking world and that is that the most successful financial institutions and their users are required to be able to think, act, and move between the present and the future. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: BWuseuro.rtf

Basic Questions in Macroeconomics
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This 6 page paper answers basic economic questions, one pertaining to a hypothetical state and the implementation of telecommunications. Another question involves the concept of the free market economy and alternative solutions and the final question pertains to Keynesian versus monetarist theory. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: SA18Econ.wps

Basics in Economic Thought: Keynesianism versus Monetary Policy
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This 3 page paper provides this classic debate as it respects Keynesianism versus monetarism. This paper explains the basic premises concerning the two different points of view. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: SA543eco.rtf

Baudrillard and Weil: Two Concepts of Consumer Society
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This 7 page paper considers each sociologist's concepts of the consumer society, which are sometimes complementary and sometimes conflicting, and what we can learn from them by applying the opposing viewpoint. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: HVBauWei.rtf

Baumol's Sales Revenue Maximization Model
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This 11 page paper critically evaluates the sale revenue maximization management model of Baumol, looking at what the model is and its concepts and the extent to which the managerial model of Baumol provides a useful insight into the pricing and output decisions of modern management. The low cost airline industry is used as an example to look at the concept. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Filename: TEsalesmax.rtf

Behavioural Finance
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This 12 page paper answers three questions concerning behavioural finance. The first question looks at how and why a choice might be made when there is a certain amount of money and then a risk with a 50% chance of doubling the money and a 50% chance of loosing it all. The second question considers the rational model of efficient market hypothesis and considers whether this or behavioural finance is most accurate. The last question uses behavioural finance to explain the boom and bust cycle seen in stock market, such as with the dot com fall. The bibliography cites 16 sources.
Filename: TEbehfina.rtf

Ben & Jerry's From a Microeconomics Perspective
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This 5 page paper defines some microeconomics terms. Ben & Jerry's is discussed in terms of corporate citizenship and how it performs as an individual actor in addition to the elasticity and pricing of its products. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: SA637mic.rtf

BENJAMIN GRAHAM AND HIS CONTRIBUTION TO FINANCE
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This 7-page paper covers Benjamin Graham, the "father of value investing," his theories and how they've impacted the financial community. Also discussed is how his views would impact a student's investing decisions today. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: MTbengra.rtf

Beyond Growth: Daly and Girard
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This 3 page paper gives an outline of Herman Daly's book "Beyond Growth" and a brief discussion of it, and speculates on what Rene Girard would think about it. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: HVBGrRev.rtf

Beyond Growth: Daly and Girard and a Steady-State Economy
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This 3 page paper gives an outline of Herman Daly's book "Beyond Growth" and a brief discussion of it, and speculates on what Rene Girard would think about it. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: HVBGRev2.rtf

BIG DRIVE AUTO AND MACROECONOMICS
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This 3-page paper focuses on macreconomic trends and how they impact a fictitious car sales company Big Drive Auto. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: MTbigautoa.rtf

Bob Evans Farms, Inc.
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A 4 page paper discussing current conditions at this restaurant operating company; examining economic indicators; and discussing the relative value of economic indicators for business planning. Bob Evans operates in the pure competition market structure, and as such, has the ability to affect only itself and its own results. The paper concludes that economic forecasts can provide a “best guess” for future conditions, but as no one knows precisely what the future holds, they cannot be expected to be totally accurate. Bob Evans’ best course of action is to turn its attention to product, price and promotion, three of the 4 Ps of marketing. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSeconBobEvans.rtf

Bolstering Taiwan's Economy Through Arms Procurement
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A 35 page paper discussing changes in Taiwan's economy in the early years of the new century and the growing threat of mainland China. Taiwan's defense spending has declined dramatically over the past several years as there has been internal disagreement over the total cost of matching China's increased defenses. This paper reviews the course of economic history of Taiwan and the strained relations that continue between China and Taiwan even though the two are increasingly economically interdependent. It also demonstrates that renewed arms procurement activity in Taiwan would serve several purposes and would have the effect of bolstering Taiwan's economy as it moves from manufacturing to services, the natural progression of an increasingly maturing economy. Includes an abstract. Bibliography lists 24 sources.
Filename: KSeconTaiArms.rtf

Book Review of “Irrational Exuberance” by Robert Shiller
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This is a 5 page book review of Robert Shiller’s “Irrational Exuberance” (2000). The publication of Robert Shiller’s book “Irrational Exuberance” in 2000, took investors by surprise as it was a criticism and analysis of the recent increased trends in the stock markets. Essentially, Shiller states that the increase in the stock markets is a result of several cultural, sociological and psychological elements and not based on an increase of “real value”. He admits that there are many factors involved, including the introduction of the Internet into American homes and an increased awareness of the stock market in the media, but he ascertains that the real increase in based on the “herding” effect of social rational humans who follow popular trends. Despite the increase in the markets, Shiller cautions investors to keep their portfolios diversified and not dependent on the stock market because based on past historical increases in the market, this increase will also be followed by a decade of mediocre returns. Because of this good advice and words of caution, the book is considered worthwhile to read especially for anyone considering loading their investments into the stock market. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TJShill1.rtf

Bush’s Dilemma: The Cost of the War on Terrorism
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A 3 page paper arguing that George W. Bush has no clear idea of how long the war against terrorism will last, how much it will cost or when he will need to raise taxes to pay for the effort. The bottom line is that there are too many unknowns for the Bush administration to be able to provide any firm picture of total cost of the war effort or when it will be “safe” for the economy for the administration to raise federal taxes. Without knowing how long the war effort will last, there is no way to firmly predict what the final cost will be. Without knowing that bottom-line figure, neither can tax increases be predicted. All hinges on how effective allied forces are able to be in inhibiting terrorists’ ability to act at will. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: KSwarCostIraq.rtf


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