Solution Manual for Intermediate Algebra, 4/E, Elayn Martin-Gay,

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Solution Manual for Intermediate Algebra, 4/E, Elayn Martin-Gay, ISBN-10: 0321726375, ISBN-13: 9780321726377

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Real Numbers and Algebraic Expressions

1.1 Tips for Success in Mathematics

1.2 Algebraic Expressions and Sets of Numbers

1.3 Equations, Inequalities, and Properties of Real Numbers

1.4 Operations on Real Numbers

1.5 Order of Operations and Algebraic Expressions

1.6 Exponents and Scientific Notation

1.7 More Work with Exponents and Scientific Notation

Chapter 2 Equations, Inequalities, and Problem Solving

2.1 Lienar Equations in One Variable

2.2 An Introduction to Problem Solving

2.3 Formulas and Problem Solving

2.4 Linear Inequalities and Problem Solving

2.5 Sets and Compound Inequalities

2.6 Absolute Value Equations

2.7 Absolute Value Inequalities

Chapter 3 Graphs and Functions

3.1 Graphing Linear Equations

3.2 The Slope of a Line

3.3 The Slope-Intercept Form

3.4 More Equations of Lines

3.5 Graphing Linear Inequalities

3.6 Introduction to Functions

3.7 Finding Domains and Ranges from Graphs and Graphing Piecewise-Defined Functions
3.8 Shifting and Reflecting Graphs of Functions

Chapter 4 Systems of Equations and Inequalities

4.1 Solving Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables

4.2 Solving Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables

4.3 Systems of Linear Equations and Problem Solving

4.4 Solving Systems of Equations Using Matrices

4.5 Systems of Linear Inequalities

Chapter 5 Polynomials and Polynomial Functions

5.1 Polynomial Functions and Adding and Subtracting Polynomials

5.2 Multiplying Polynomials

5.3 Dividing Polynomials and Synthetic Division

5.4 The Greatest Common Factor and Factoring by Grouping

5.5 Factoring Trinomials

5.6 Factoring by Special Products

5.7 Solving Equations by Factoring and Solving Problems

Chapter 6 Rational Expressions

6.1 Rational Functions and Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressoins

6.2 Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions

6.3 Simplifying Complex Fractions

6.4 Solving Equations Containing Rational Expressions

6.5 Rational Equations and Problem Solving

6.6 Variation and Problem Solving

Chapter 7 Rational Exponents, Radicals, and Complex Numbers

7.1 Radical Expressions and Radical Functions

7.2 Rational Exponents

7.3 Simplifying Radical Expressions

7.4 Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying Radical Expressions

7.5 Rationalizing Numerators and Denominators of Radical Expressions

7.6 Radical Equations and Problem Solving

7.7 Complex Numbers

Chapter 8 Quadratic Equations and Functions

8.1 Solving Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square

8.2 Solving Quadratic Equations by Using the Quadratic Formula

8.3 Solving Equations by Using Quadratic Methods

8.4 Nonlinear Inequalities in One Variable

8.5 Quadratic Functions and Their Graphs

8.6 Further Graphing of Quadratic Functions

Chapter 9 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

9.1 The Algebra of Functions

9.2 Inverse Functions

9.3 Exponential Functions

9.4 Exponential Growth and Decay Functions

9.5 Logarithmic Functions

9.6 Properties of Logarithms

9.7 Common Logarithms, Natural Logarithms, and Change of Base

9.8 Exponential and Logarithmic Equations and Problem Solving

Chapter 10 Conic Sections

10.1 The Parabola and the Circle

10.2 The Ellipse and the Hyperbola

10.3 Solving Nonlinear Systems of Equations

10.4 Nonlinear Inequalities and Systems of Inequalities

Appendix A Fractions

Appendix B Solving Systems of Equations Using Determinants

Appendic C An Introduction to Using a Graphing Utility

Appendix D Stretching and Compressing Graphs of Absolute Value Functions

Appendix E Review of Angles, Lines, and Special Triangles

Student Resources

Solution Manual for International Financial Management, 11th Edition, Jeff Madura,

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Part I: THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL ENVIRONMENT.
1. Multinational Financial Management: An Overview.
2. International Flow of Funds.
3. International Financial Markets.
4. Exchange Rate Determination.
5. Currency Derivatives.
Part II: EXCHANGE RATE BEHAVIOR.
6. Government Influence on Exchange Rates.
7. International Arbitrage and Interest Rate Parity.
8. Relationships among Inflation, Interest Rates, and Exchange Rates.
Part III: EXCHANGE RATE RISK MANAGEMENT.
9. Forecasting Exchange Rates.
10. Measuring Exposure to Exchange Rate Fluctuations.
11. Managing Transaction Exposure.
12. Managing Economic Exposure and Translation Exposure.
Part IV: LONG-TERM ASSET AND LIABILITY MANAGEMENT.
13. Direct Foreign Investment.
14. Multinational Capital Budgeting.
15. International Corporate Governance and Control.
16. Country Risk Analysis.
17. Multinational Cost of Capital and Capital Structure.
18. Long-Term Debt Financing (new chapter name).
Part V: SHORT-TERM ASSET AND LIABILITY MANAGEMENT.
19. Financing International Trade.
20. Short-Term Financing.
21. International Cash Management.
Appendix A: Answers to Self-Test Questions.
Appendix B: Supplemental Cases.
Appendix C: Using Excel to Conduct Analysis.
Appendix D: International Investing Project.
Appendix E: Discussion in the Boardroom.
Glossary.
Direct Exchange Rates over Time (inside front and back covers).
Index.

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Solution Manual for International Economics, 6/E, James Gerber,

Solution Manual for International Economics 6E James Gerber

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Solution Manual for International Economics, 6/E, James Gerber, ISBN-10: 0132948915, ISBN-13: 9780132948913

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Table of Contents

I. INTRODUCTION AND INSTITUTIONS

1. The United States in a Global Economy

Introduction: International Economic Integration

Elements of International Economic Integration

Twelve Themes in International Economics

Vocabulary

Study Questions
2. International Economic Institutions since World War II

Introduction: International Institutions and Issues since World War II

The IMF, the World Bank, and the WTO

Regional Trade Agreements

The Role of International Economic Institutions

Criticism of International Institutions Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

II INTERNATIONAL TRADE

3. Comparative Advantage and the Gains from Trade

Introduction: The Gains from Trade

Comparative Productivity Advantage and the Gains from Trade

Absolute and Comparative Productivity Advantage Contrasted

Gains from Trade with No Absolute Advantage

Comparative Advantage and “Competitiveness”

Economic Restructuring

Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

4. Comparative Advantage and Factor Endowments

Introduction: The Determinants of Comparative Advantage

Modern Trade Theory

Trade and Income Distribution

Empirical Tests of the Theory of Comparative Advantage

Extension of the Heckscher-Ohlin Model

The Impact of Trade on Wages and Jobs

Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

5. Beyond Comparative Advantage

Introduction: More Reasons to Trade

Intraindustry Trade

Trade and Geography

Industrial Policy

Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

6. The Theory of Tariffs and Quotas

Introduction: Tariffs and Quotas

Analysis of Quotas

Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

7. Commercial Policy

Introduction: Commercial Policy, Tariffs, and Arguments for Protection

Why Nations Protect Their Industries

The Politics of Protection in the United States

Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

8. International Trade and Labor and Environmental Standards

Introduction: Income and Standards

Setting Standards: Harmonization, Mutual Recognition, or Separate?

Labor Standards

Trade and the Environment

Alternatives to Trade Measures

Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

III. INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

9. Trade and the Balance of Payments

Introduction: The Current Account

The Current Account and the Macro economy

International Debt

The International Investment Position

Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

Appendix A Measuring the International Investment Position

Appendix B Balance of Payments Data

10. Exchange Rates and Exchange Rate Systems

Introduction: Fixed, Flexible, or In-Between?

Exchange Rates and Currency Trading

The Supply and Demand for Foreign Exchange

The Real Exchange Rate

Alternatives to Flexible Exchange Rates

Fixed Exchange Rate Systems

Choosing the Right Exchange Rate System

Single Currency Areas

Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

Appendix The Interest Rate Parity Condition

11. An Introduction to Open Economy Macroeconomics

Introduction: The Macroeconomy in a Global Setting

Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply

Fiscal and Monetary Policies

Current Account Balances Revisited

Macro Policies for Current Account Imbalances

Macroeconomic Policy Coordination in Developed Countries

Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

12. International Financial Crises

Introduction: The Challenge to Financial Integration

Definition of a Financial Crisis

Sources of International Financial Crises

Domestic Issues in Crisis Avoidance

Domestic Policies for Crisis Management

Reform of the International Financial Architecture

Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

IV. REGIONAL ISSUES IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY

13. The United States in the World Economy

Introduction: A New World Economy

Background and Context

The NAFTA Model

New and Old Agreements

Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

14. The European Union: Many Markets into One

Introduction: The European Union

The Size of the European Market

The European Union and Its Predecessor

Deepening and Widening the Community in the 1970s and 1980s

The Second Wave of Deepening: The Single European Act

The Third Wave of Deepening: The Maastricht Treaty

Monetary Union and the Euro

Widening the European Union

The Demographic Challenge of the Future

Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

15. Trade and Policy Reform in Latin America

Introduction: Defining a “Latin American” Economy

Population, Income, and Economic Growth

Import Substitution Industrialization

Macroeconomic Instability and Economic Populism

The Debt Crisis of the 1980s

Neoliberal Policy Reform and the “Washington Consensus”

Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

16. Export-Oriented Growth in East Asia

Introduction: The High-Performance Asian Economies

Population, Income, and Economic Growth

General Characteristics of Growth in the HPAE

The Institutional Environment

The Role of Industrial Policies

The Role of Manufactured Exports

Is There an Asian Model of Economic Growth?

Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

17. The BRIC Countries in the World Economy

Introduction: The BRICs

Demographic and Economic Characteristics

Economic reform in the BRIC economies

The BRICs in the World Economy

The Challenges of the BRICs in the World Economy

Summary

Vocabulary

Study Questions

Solution Manual for International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace, 9/e, Charles W. L. Hill,

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Solution Manual for International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace, 9/e, Charles W. L. Hill, ISBN: 0078029244

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Table of Contents
PART ONE INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW

Chapter 1 Globalization

Case: The Globalization of Health Care

PART TWO COUNTRY DIFFERENCES

Chapter 2 National Differences in Political Economy

Chapter 3 Political Economy and Economic Development

Chapter 4 Differences in Culture

Chapter 5 Ethics in International Business

Cases:

Siemens Bribery Scandal

Walmart’s Foreign Expansion

Nike: The Sweatshop Debate

Etch-A-Sketch Ethics

India’s Transformation

PART THREE THE GLOBAL TRADE AND INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT

Chapter 6 International Trade Theory

Chapter 7 The Political Economy of International Trade

Chapter 8 Foreign Direct Investment

Chapter 9 Regional Economic Integration

Cases:

Logitech

The Ecuadorean Rose Industry

The European Energy Market

Global Food Prices

PART FOUR THE GLOBAL MONETARY SYSTEM

Chapter 10 The Foreign Exchange Market

Chapter 11 The International Monetary System

Chapter 12 The Global Capital Market

Cases:

Hyundai and Kia

Anatomy of a Currency Crisis

Russian Ruble Crisis and Its Aftermath

PART FIVE THE STRATEGY AND STRUCTURE OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

Chapter 13 The Strategy of International Business

Chapter 14 The Organization of International Business

Chapter 15 Entry Strategy and Strategic Alliances

Cases:

Coca-Cola

Diebold

JCB in India

IKEA

PART SIX BUSINESS OPERATIONS

Chapter 16 Exporting, Importing, and Countertrade

Chapter 17 Global Production, Outsourcing, and Logistics

Chapter 18 Global Marketing and R&D

Chapter 19 Global Human Resource Management

Chapter 20 Accounting and Finance in the International Business

Cases

Building the Boeing 787

Adopting International Accounting Standards

Li & Fung

Solution Manual for International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace, 6/e, Charles W. L. Hill, Arun Kumar Jain,

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Solution Manual for International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace, 6/e, Charles W. L. Hill, Arun Kumar Jain, ISBN: 0070221790

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Table of Contents

Part 1 Introduction and Overview
1. Globalization

Part 2 County Differences
2. National Differences in Political Economy
3. Differences in Culture
Chp. 4 Ethics in International Business

Part 3 The Global Trade and Investment Environment
5. International Trade Theory
6. The Political Economy of International Trade
7. Foreign Direct Investment
8. The Political Economy of Foreign Direct Investment
9. Regional Economic Integration

Part 4 The Global Monetary System
10. The Foreign Exchange Market
11. The International Monetary System

Part 5 The Strategy and Structure of International Business
12. The Strategy of International Business
13. The Organization Of International Business
14. Entry Strategy and Strategic Alliances

Part 6 Business Operations
15. Exporting, Importing, and Countertrade
16. Global Production, Outsourcing, and Logistics
17. Global Marketing and R&D
18. Global Human Resource Management
19. Accounting in the International Business
20. Financial Management in the International Business

Cases:
Merrill Lynch in Japan

GTI in Russia

Can Madison Aavenue Marketing Help Developing Countries?

Solution Manual for International Business, 7/E, Ricky W. Griffin, Mike W. Pustay,

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Solution Manual for International Business, 7/E, Ricky W. Griffin, Mike W. Pustay, ISBN-10: 0132667878, ISBN-13: 9780132667876

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Part 1: The World’s Marketplaces

Chapter 1: An Overview of International Business

Chapter 2: Global Marketplaces and Business Centers

Chapter 3: Legal, Technological, Accounting, and Political Environments

Chapter 4: The Role of Culture

Chapter 5: Ethics and Social Responsibility in International Business

Part 2: The International Environment

Chapter 6: International Trade and Investment

Chapter 7: The International Monetary System and the Balance of Payments

Chapter 8: Foreign Exchange and International Financial Markets

Chapter 9: Formulation of National Trade Policies

Chapter 10: International Cooperation Among Nations

Part 3: Managing International Business

Chapter 11: International Strategic Management

Chapter 12: Strategies for Analyzing and Entering Foreign Markets

Chapter 13: International Strategic Alliances

Chapter 14: International Organization Design and Control

Chapter 15: Leadership and Employee Behavior in International Business

Part 4: Managing International Business Operations

Chapter 16: International Marketing

Chapter 17: International Operations Management

Chapter 18: International Financial Management

Chapter 19: International Human Resource Management and Labor Relations

Solution Manual for International Accounting and Multinational Enterprises, 6th Edition, by Lee H. Radebaugh, Sidney J. Gray, Ervin L. Black,

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Solution Manual for International Accounting and Multinational Enterprises, 6th Edition, by Lee H. Radebaugh, Sidney J. Gray, Ervin L. Black, ISBN 9780471652694

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Chapter 1. International Accounting and International Business.

Chapter 2. International Accounting Patterns, Culture and Development.

Chapter 3. Comparative International Financial Accounting I.

Chapter 4. Comparative International Financial Accounting II.

Chapter 5. International Financial Statement Analysis.

Chapter 6. International Transparency and Disclosure.

Chapter 7. International Accounting Standards and Global Convergence.

Chapter 8. International Business Combinations, Goodwill and Intangibles.

Chapter 9. International Segment Reporting.

Chapter 10. Foreign Currency Transactions and Translation.

Chapter 11. International Accounting for Price Changes.

Chapter 12. Corporate Governance and Control of Global Operations.

Chapter 13. Foreign Exchange Risk Management.

Chapter 14. International Budgeting and Performance Evaluation.

Chapter 15. International Auditing Issues.

Chapter 16. International Taxation Issues.

Name and Company Index.

Subject Index.

Solution Manual for International Accounting, 7th Edition, Frederick D. Choi, Gary K. Meek,

Solution Manual for International Accounting, 7th Edition, Frederick D. Choi, Gary K. Meek, ISBN-10: 0136111475, ISBN-13: 9780136111474

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Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Development and Classification
Chapter 3. Comparative Accounting: Europe
Chapter 4. Comparative Accounting: The Americas and Asia
Chapter 5. Reporting and Disclosure
Chapter 6. Foreign Currency Translation
Chapter 7. Financial Reporting and Changing Prices
Chapter 8. Global Accounting and Auditing Standards
Chapter 9. International Financial Statement Analysis
Chapter 10. Managerial Planning and Control
Chapter 11. Financial Risk Management
Chapter 12. International Taxation and Transfer Pricing

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Solution Manual for Intermediate Microeconomics and Its Application, 11th Edition, Walter Nicholson, Christopher Snyder

Solution Manual for Intermediate Microeconomics and Its Application, 11th Edition,  Walter Nicholson, Christopher Snyder ISBN-10: 0324599102 ISBN-13: 9780324599107

Solution Manual for Intermediate Microeconomics and Its Application, 11th Edition,  Walter Nicholson, Christopher Snyder ISBN-10: 0324599102 ISBN-13: 9780324599107
PART 1 INTRODUCTION.
1 Economic Models.
Appendix: Mathematics Used in Microeconomics.

PART 2 DEMAND.
2 Utility and Choice.
3 Demand Curves.

PART 3 UNCERTAINTY AND STRATEGY.
4 Uncertainty.
5 Game Theory.

PART 4 PRODUCTION, COSTS, AND SUPPLY.
6 Production.
7 Costs.
8 Profit Maximization and Supply.

PART 5 PERFECT COMPETITION.
9 Perfect Competition in a Single Market.
10 General Equilibrium and Welfare.

PART 6 MARKET POWER.
11 Monopoly.
12 Imperfect Competition.

PART 7 INPUT MARKETS.
13 Pricing in Input Markets.
Appendix: Labor Supply.
14 Capital and Time.
Appendix: Compound Interest.

PART 8 MARKET FAILURES.
15 Asymmetric Information.
16 Externalities and Public Goods.
17 Behavioral Economics.

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Solution Manual for Intermediate Financial Management, 11th Edition, Eugene F. Brigham, Phillip R. Daves

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Solution Manual for Intermediate Financial Management, 11th Edition,  Eugene F. Brigham, Phillip R. Daves ISBN-10: 1111530262 ISBN-13: 9781111530266

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PART I: FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS.
1. An Overview of Financial Management.
2. Risk and Return: Part I.
3. Risk and Return: Part II.
4. Bond Valuation.
5. Basic Stock Valuation.
6. Financial Options.
7. Accounting for Financial Management.
8. Analysis of Financial Statements.
PART II: CORPORATE VALUATION.
9. Financial Planning and Forecasting Financial Statements.
10. Determining the Cost of Capital.
11. Corporate Value and Value-Based Management.
PART III: PROJECT VALUATION.
12. Capital Budgeting: Decision Criteria.
13. Capital Budgeting: Estimating Cash Flows and Analyzing Risk.
14. Real Options.
PART IV: STRATEGIC FINANCING DECISIONS.
15. Capital Structure Decisions: Part I.
16. Capital Structure Decisions: Part II.
17. Distributions to Shareholders: Dividends and Repurchases.
PART V: TACTICAL FINANCING DECISIONS.
18. Initial Public Offerings, Investment Banking, and Financial Restructuring.
19. Lease Financing.
20. Hybrid Financing: Preferred Stock, Warrants, and Convertibles.
PART VI: WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT.
21. Working Capital Management.
22. Providing and Obtaining Credit.
23. Other Topics in Working Capital Management.
PART VII: SPECIAL TOPICS.
24. Derivatives and Risk Management.
25. Bankruptcy, Reorganization, and Liquidation.
26. Mergers, LBOs, Divestitures, and Holding Companies.
27. Multinational Financial Management.
WEB CHAPTERS.
28. Time Value of Money.
29. Basic Financial Tools: A Review.
30. Pension Plan Management.
31. Financial Management in Not-for-Profit Businesses.

Solution Manual for Intermediate Accounting, Vol. 2, 2/E, Kin Lo, George Fisher,

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Solution Manual for Intermediate Accounting, Vol. 2, 2/E, Kin Lo, George Fisher, ISBN-10: 0133255654, ISBN-13: 9780133255652

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Chapter 11: Current Liabilities and Contingencies
Chapter 12: Non-current Financial Liabilities
Chapter 13: Equities
Chapter 14: Complex Financial Instruments
Chapter 15: Earnings Per Share
Chapter 16: Accounting for Income Taxes
Chapter 17: Pensions and Other Employee Future Benefits
Chapter 18: Accounting for Leases
Chapter 19: Statement of Cash Flows
Chapter 20: Accounting Changes (NEW)
Appendix A: Time Value of Money and Simple Valuation Techniques
Appendix B: Case Solving: Ingredients for Success
Appendix C: Thomson Reuters 2010 Consolidated Financial Statements

Solution Manual for Intermediate Accounting, Vol. 1, 2/E, Kin Lo, George Fisher,

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Solution Manual for Intermediate Accounting, Vol. 1, 2/E, Kin Lo, George Fisher, ISBN-10: 0133098648, ISBN-13: 9780133098648

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Chapter 1: Fundamentals of Financial Accounting Theory
Chapter 2: Conceptual Frameworks for Financial Reporting
Appendix: Illustration of Capital Maintenance Concepts
Chapter 3: Accrual Accounting
Appendix: Review of Accounting Cycle
Chapter 4: Revenue Recognition
Chapter 5: Cash and Receivables
Chapter 6: Inventories
Appendix: Usage of Last-In, First-Out (LIFO) in the United States
Chapter 7: Financial Assets
Chapter 8: Property, Plant, and Equipment
Chapter 9: Intangible Assets, Goodwill, Mineral Resources, and Government Grants
Chapter 10: Applications of Fair Value to Non-Current Assets
Appendix A: Statement of Cash Flows
Appendix B: Time Value of Money and Simple Valuation Techniques
Appendix C: Case Solving: Ingredients for Success
Appendix D: Thomson Reuters 2010 Consolidated Financial Statements

Solution Manual for Intermediate Accounting, 9th Canadian Edition, Volume 2, Donald E. Kieso, Jerry J. Weygandt, Terry D. Warfield, Nicola M. Young, Irene M. Wiecek,

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Solution Manual for Intermediate Accounting, 9th Canadian Edition, Volume 2, Donald E. Kieso, Jerry J. Weygandt, Terry D. Warfield, Nicola M. Young, Irene M. Wiecek, ISBN 9780470161012

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Volume 2:

Chapter 13 Non-Financial and Current Liabilities
Chapter 14 Long-Term Financial Liabilities
Chapter 15 Shareholders’ Equity
Chapter 16 Complex Financial Instruments
Chapter 17 Earnings Per Share
Chapter 18 Income Taxes
Chapter 19 Pensions and Other Employee Future Benefits
Chapter 20 Leases
Chapter 21 Accounting Changes and Error Analysis
Chapter 22 Statement of Cash Flows
Chapter 23 Other Measurement and Disclosure Issues
Specimen Financial Statements: Eastern Platinum Limited
Tables

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Volume 1:

Chapter 1 The Canadian Financial Reporting Environment

Chapter 2 Conceptual Framework Underlying Financial Reporting

Chapter 3 The Accounting Information System

Chapter 4 Reporting Financial Performance

Chapter 5 Financial Position and Cash Flows

Chapter 6 Revenue Recognition

Chapter 7 Cash and Receivables

Chapter 8 Inventory

Chapter 9 Investments

Chapter 10 Property, Plant, and Equipment: Accounting Model Basics

Chapter 11 Depreciation, Impairment, and Disposition

Chapter 12 Intangible Assets and Goodwill

Solution Manual for Intermediate Accounting, 8th Canadian Edition, Volume 1, Donald E. Kieso, Jerry J. Weygandt, Terry D. Warfield, Nicola M. Young, Irene M. Wiecek

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CHAPTER 1: The Canadian Financial Reporting Environment.
ROLE OF FINANCIAL REPORTING.

Financial Statements and Financial Reporting.

Accounting and Capital Allocation.

Stakeholders.

OBJECTIVE OF FINANCIAL REPORTING.

Management Bias.

Users’ Needs.

STANDARD SETTING.

Need to Develop Standards.

Parties Involved in Standard Setting.

Standard Setting in a Political Environment.

GENERALLY ACCEPTED ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES.

GAAP Hierarchy.

Professional Judgement.

Role of Ethics.

CHALLENGES FACING FINANCIAL REPORTING.

Globalization of Companies and Capital Markets.

Impact of Technology.

Changing Nature of the Economy.

Increased Requirement for Accountability.

Conclusion.

CHAPTER 2: Conceptual Framework Underlying Financial Reporting.

CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK.

Rationale for Conceptual Framework.

Development of the Conceptual Framework.

FIRST LEVEL: BASIC OBJECTIVES.

SECOND LEVEL: FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS.

Qualitative Characteristics of Accounting Information.

Basic Elements.

THIRD LEVEL: FOUNDATIONAL CONCEPTS AND CONSTRAINTS.

Economic Entity.

Going Concern.

Monetary Unit.

Periodicity.

Historical Cost–Valuation Principals in Transition.

Revenue Recognition.

Matching–Another Concept in Transition.

Full Disclosure.

Uncertainty.

Cost-Benefit Relationship.

Materiality.

Industry Practice.

FINANCIAL REPORTING ISSUES.

Making Accounting Choices.

Identifying issues.

Financial Engineering.

Fraudulent Financial Reporting.

International.

CHAPTER 3: The Accounting Information System.

ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM.

Basic Terminology.

Debits and Credits.

Accounting.

Financial Statements and Ownership Structure.

THE ACCOUNTING CYCLE.

Identifying and Recording Transactions and Other Events.

Journalizing.

Posting.

Trial Balance.

Adjusting Entries.

Adjusted Trial Balance.

Closing.

Post-Closing Trial Balance.

Reversing Entries.

The Accounting Cycle Summarized.

USING A WORK SHEET.

Adjustments Entered on the Work Sheet.

Work Sheet Columns.

Preparing Financial Statements from a Work Sheet.

Closing Entries.

Monthly Statements, Yearly Closing.

APPENDIX 3A USING REVERSING ENTRIES.

CHAPTER 4: Reporting Financial Performance.

INCOME STATEMENT.

Usefulness of the Income Statement.

Limitations of the Income Statement.

Quality of Earnings.

FORMAT OF THE INCOME STATEMENT.

Elements of the Income Statement.

Single-Step Income Statements.

Multiple-Step Income Statements.

Intermediate Components of the Income Statement.

Condensed Income Statements.

REPORTING IRREGULAR ITEMS.

Discontinued Operations.

Extraordinary Items.

Unusual Gains and Losses.

Changes in Estimates.

SPECIAL REPORTING ISSUES.

Intraperiod Tax Allocation.

Earnings per Share.

Retained Earnings Statement.

Comprehensive Income.

Perspectives.

International.

APPENDIX 4A CASH BASIS VERSUS ACCRUAL BASIS EARNINGS.

CHAPTER 5: Financial Position and Cash Flows.

SECTION 1–BALANCE SHEET.

Usefulness of the Balance Sheet.

Limitations of the Balance Sheet.

Classification in the Balance Sheet.

Balance Sheet Format.

Additional Information Reported.

Techniques of Disclosure.

Terminology.

SECTION 2–STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS.

Purpose of the Statement of Cash Flows.

Content and Format of the Statement of Cash Flows.

Preparation of the Statement of Cash Flows.

Usefulness of the Statement of Cash Flows.

Perspectives.

International.

APPENDIX 5A RATIO ANALYSIS–A REFERENCE.

APPENDIX 5B SPECIMEN FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.

CHAPTER 6: Revenue Recognition.

THE CURRENT ENVIRONMENT.

Revenue Recognition Criteria.

EARNINGS PROCESS.

Sale of Goods.

Rendering of Services and Long-Term Contracts.

Barter and Non-Monetary Transactions.

Reporting Gross versus Net Revenues.

MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY.

Sales with Right of Return.

Trade Loading and Channel Stuffing.

Bundled Sales.

UNCERTAINTY ASSOCIATED WITH COLLECTIBILITY.

Instalment Sales.

Instalment Method.

Cost Recovery Method.

PERSPECTIVES.

Analysis.

International.

APPENDIX 6A FRANCHISES.

CHAPTER 7: Cash and Receivables.

CASH.

What is Cash?

Management and Control of Cash.

Reporting Cash.

Summary of Cash-Related Items.

RECEIVABLES.

Introduction.

Recognition and Measurement of Accounts Receivable.

Valuation of Accounts Receivable.

Recognition, Measurement, and Valuation of Short-Term Notes Receivable.

Recognition and Measurement of Long-Term Loans Receivable.

Impairment in Value of Long-Term Loans Receivable.

DISPOSITION OF RECEIVABLES.

Secured Borrowings.

Sales of Receivables.

PRESENTATION, PERSPECTIVES, AND INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS.

Presentation of Receivables and Loans.

Perspectives.

Canadian GAAP and International Accounting Standards–A Comparison.

APPENDIX 7A CASH CONTROLS.

CHAPTER 8: Inventory.

INTRODUCTION.

GAAP Update.

What Is Inventory?

Types of Inventory.

Inventory Accounting Systems.

Inventory Issues.

DETERMINING INVENTORY COST.

Physical Goods Included in Inventory.

Effect of Inventory Errors.

What Is “Cost”?

Cost Formulas.

Exceptions to “Cost”.

BALANCE SHEET VALUATION.

Rationale for Lower of Cost and Net Realizable Value.

Application of Lower of Cost and Net Realizable Value.

Evaluation of the Lower of Cost and Net Realizable Value Rule.

Purchase Commitment Issues.

ESTIMATING INVENTORY.

The Need for Estimates.

Applying the Gross Profit Method.

Gross Profit Percentage versus Markup on Cost.

Using the Results.

PRESENTATION, PERSPECTIVES, AND INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS.

Disclosures and Presentation of Inventories.

Perspectives and Analysis.

Comparison: Canadian and International GAAP.

APPENDIX 8A THE RETAIL METHOD OF ESTIMATING INVENTORY COST.

APPENDIX 8B U.S. METHODS: LIFO AND LCM.

CHAPTER 9: Investments.

INTRODUCTION.

Recent Changes.

Financial Assets and Investments.

Fair Value Issues.

HELD-TO-MATURITY (HTM) INVESTMENTS.

Introduction.

Measurement at Acquisition.

Measurement after Acquisition.

Income from Investments Classified as Held to Maturity.

Impairment of Held-to-Maturity Investments.

Transfers between Categories.

HELD-FOR-TRADING (HFT) INVESTMENTS.

Introduction.

Measurement at Acquisition.

Measurement after Acquisition.

Income from Investments Held for Trading.

Transfers between Categories.

AVAILABLE-FOR-SALE (AFS) INVESTMENTS.

Introduction.

Measurement at Acquisition.

Income and Measurement after Acquisition–AFS Equity Instruments.

Income and Measurement after Acquisition—AFS Debt Instruments.

Impairment of Available-for-Sale Financial Assets.

Transfers between Categories.

STRATEGIC INVESTMENTS.

Introduction.

Holdings with Significant Influence, but Not Control.

Holdings with Control.

OTHER REPORTING ISSUES.

Differential Reporting.

Financial Statement Presentation.

Perpectives.

Comparison of Canadian and International GAAP.

Summary.

CHAPTER 10 Acquisition of Property, Plant, and Equipment.

ACQUISITION COSTS.

Cost of Land.

Cost of Buildings.

Leasehold Improvements.

Cost of Equipment.

Asset Retirement Costs.

Self-Constructed Assets.

Cost of Natural Resource Properties.

Interest Costs during Construction.

OTHER COST ISSUES.

Cash Discounts.

Deferred Payment Contracts.

Lump Sum Purchase.

Issuance of Shares.

Exchanges of Assets.

Contributed Assets.

Investment Tax Credits.

COSTS SUBSEQUENT TO ACQUISITION.

Additions.

Improvements and Replacements.

Rearrangement and Reinstallation.

Repairs.

Summary of Costs Subsequent to Acquisition.

APPENDIX 10A ILLUSTRATION OF INTEREST CAPITALIZATION.

CHAPTER 11 Amortization, Impairment, and Disposition.

AMORTIZATION–A METHOD OF COST ALLOCATION.

Factors Considered in the Amortization Process.

Methods of Cost Allocation (Amortization).

Depletion.

Special Methods of Amortization.

Choosing an Amortization Method.

Other Amortization Issues.

IMPAIRMENT.

Recognizing Impairments.

Measuring Impairments.

Subsequent Measurement.

Long-Lived Assets to Be Disposed of by Sale.

DISPOSITIONS.

Sale of Property, Plant, and Equipment.

Involuntary Conversion.

Other Issues.

PRESENTATION, PERSPECTIVES, AND INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON.

Presentation and Disclosure.

Perspectives.

Canadian GAAP and International Accounting Standards–A Comparison.

APPENDIX 11A AMORTIZATION AND INCOME TAX.

CHAPTER 12: Goodwill and Other Intangible Assets.

DEFINITION, RECOGNITION, AND MEASUREMENT OF INTANGIBLE ASSETS.

Characteristics.

Recognition and Measurement at Acquisition.

Measurement after Acquisition.

TYPES OF INTANGIBLES.

Marketing-Related Intangible Assets.

Customer-Related Intangible Assets.

Artistic-Related Intangible Assets.

Contract-Based Intangible Assets.

Technology-Based Intangible Assets.

Goodwill.

IMPAIRMENT OF INTANGIBLE ASSETS.

Impairment of Life-Limited Intangibles.

Impairment of Indefinite-Life Intangibles Other Than Goodwill.

Impairment of Goodwill.

OTHER INTERNALLY DEVELOPED INTANGIBLES.

Research and Development Costs.

Development Stage Costs.

Organization Costs.

Advertising Costs.

Conceptual Questions.

PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS, AND INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON.

Presentation of Intangible Assets.

Perspectives.

Comparison of Canadian and International GAAP.

APPENDIX 12A VALUING GOODW

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Table of Contents

1 Financial Accounting and Accounting Standards 2

2 Conceptual Framework for Financial Accounting 42

3 The Accounting Information System 86

4 Income Statement and Related Information 158

5 Balance Sheet and Statement of Cash Flows 212

6 Accounting and the Time Value of Money 308

7 Cash and Receivables 364

8 Valuation of Inventories: A Cost-Basis Approach 434

9 Inventories: Additional Valuation Issues 492

10 Acquisition and Disposition of Property, Plant, and Equipment 554

11 Depreciation, Impairments, and Depletion 604

12 Intangible Assets 664

13 Current Liabilities and Contingencies 720

14 Long-Term Liabilities 782

15 Stockholders’ Equity 842

16 Dilutive Securities and Earnings per Share 904

17 Investments 974

18 Revenue Recognition 1064

19 Accounting for Income Taxes 1142

20 Accounting for Pensions and Postretirement Benefits 1208

21 Accounting for Leases 1288

22 Accounting Changes and Error Analysis 1366

23 Statement of Cash Flows 1434

24 Full Disclosure in Financial Reporting 1512

Solution Manual for Information Technology Auditing, 3rd Edition, James A. Hall

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1. Auditing, Assurance, and Internal Control.
2. IT Governance.
3. System Security I–Networks and Operating Systems.
4. System Security II–Data Management.
5. Systems Development and Program Change Procedures.
6. Overview of Transaction Processing and financial Reporting Systems.
7. Computer-Assisted Audit Tools and Techniques.
8. CAATTs for Data Extraction and Analysis.
9. Application Controls and Substantive Testing I–The Revenue Cycle.
10. Application Controls and Substantive Testing II–The Expenditure Cycle.
11. Enterprise Resource Planning Systems.
12. Ethics, Fraud Schemes and Fraud Detection.
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Index.

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Solution Manual for Information Systems in Organizations, 1st Edition, Patricia Wallace,

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Solution Manual for Information Systems in Organizations, 1st Edition, Patricia Wallace, ISBN-10: 0136115624, ISBN-13: 9780136115625

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Chapter 1. Information Systems and People
Chapter 2. Information Systems and Strategy
Chapter 3. Information and Communications Technologies: The Enterprise Architecture
Chapter 4. Managing Information Resources with Databases
Chapter 5. Information Systems for the Enterprise
Chapter 6. The Web and E-Commerce
Chapter 7. Business Intelligence and Decision Support
Chapter 8. Collaborating with Technology
Chapter 9. Knowledge Management and E-Learning
Chapter 10. Ethics, Privacy and Security
Chapter 11. Systems Development and Procurement
Chapter 12. Project Management and Strategic Planning

Solution Manual for Information Systems for Managers: Text and Cases, 2nd Edition, by Gabe Piccoli

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PREFACE vii
FOREWORD xi

PART I FOUNDATIONS 1

CHAPTER 1 Information Systems and the Role of General and Functional Managers 3

Introduction 5

General and Functional Managers 6

General and Functional Managers versus End Users 9

The Next Wave of CIOs 10

Fundamental IT Trends: The Staying Power of Moore’s Law 12

Processing Power and Memory Increase 13

Costs of Computing Power Decline 14

Computers Have Become Easier to Use 16

Other IT Trends of Managerial Interest 16

Declining Storage Costs 17

Ubiquitous Network Access 17

Ubiquitous Computing and Digital Data Genesis 17

How Do These Trends Affect Today’s Managers? 21

Why Can’t We Just Hire Good IT People? 22

Summary 23

Study Questions 23

Further Readings 24

Glossary 24

CHAPTER 2 Information Systems Defined 25

Introduction 26

Information Systems: Definition 27

IS, Not IT 27

Information Systems as Sociotechnical Systems 28

The Four Components of an Information System 29

Systemic Effects 32

Why Do Organizations Build Information Systems? 33

Successful Information Systems 34

Information Systems Outcomes 38

Information Systems in the Organizational Context 39

Every Organization is Unique 39

Bringing It All Together 40

Information Systems and Organizational Change 41

First-Order Change: Automate 41

Second-Order Change: Informate 42

Third-Order Change: Transform 43

Culture and Information Systems 45

National Culture 45

Organizational Culture and National Culture 46

How Culture Impacts Structure 47

Implications 49

Don’t Put the Cart before the Horse 49

The Rock in the Pond 50

Information Systems Are in Flux 50

Conclusion 51

Summary 51

Study Questions 51

Further Readings 52

Glossary 52

Case Study: Troubleshooting Information Systems at the Royal Hotel 52

CHAPTER 3 Organizational Information Systems and Their Impact 58

Introduction 59

Categorizing Systems 60

Hierarchical Perspective 60

Functional Perspective 64

Process Perspective 65

The Information System Cycle 69

The Integration Imperative 70

Defining Integration 70

The Dimensions of Integration 70

Enterprise Systems 73

The Genesis of Enterprise Systems 73

Enterprise Systems: Definition 75

The Advantages of Enterprise Systems 78

The Limitations of Enterprise Systems 79

Supply Chain Management 83

A Brief History of Supply Chain Management 84

Modern Supply Chain Management 85

Knowledge Management 87

Knowledge: Definition 87

Knowledge Management: Definition 89

Business Intelligence 90

Business Intelligence: Definition 92

Components of the Business Intelligence Infrastructure 93

The Evolution of Business Intelligence 96

Customer Relationship Management 97

Aspects of CRM 97

The Limitations of CRM 99

Best-of-Breed Integration 99

Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) 100

Ultimate Flexibility: Service-Oriented Architecture 100

Integration: Concluding Remarks 102

Summary 103

Study Questions 104

Further Readings 104

Glossary 105

Case Study: Hilton Hotels—Brand Differentiation through Customer Relationship Management 106

PART II COMPETING IN THE INTERNET AGE 119

CHAPTER 4 The Changing Competitive Environment 121

Introduction 122

Network Economics 123

Networks Are Different: Value in Plentitude 124

Physical and Virtual Networks 124

Key Concepts and Vocabulary 126

Two-Sided Networks 134

Implications for General and Functional Managers 134

The Economics of Information 137

Data and Information 138

Classic Information Goods 138

The Economic Characteristics of Information 139

Implications 143

Information-Intensive Goods 144

Information in Networks 146

The Richness and Reach Trade-Off 147

Implications 149

Obstacles 151

The Internet Changes Everything? 153

A Note about Disruptive Technology 154

Sustaining Technology 154

Disruptive Technology 155

Implications for Managers 156

What to Do? 157

Summary 158

Study Questions 159

Further Readings 159

Glossary 159

Case Study: Online Education 160

CHAPTER 5 Electronic Commerce: New Ways of Doing Business 163

Introduction 166

The Internet 166

Internet Services 168

Distributed Ownership 168

Multiplicity of Devices 169

Open Standards 170

The Network, More than the Internet of Today 170

The eCommerce Vocabulary 172

eCommerce and eBusiness 173

The Enablers 173

Categorizing Electronic Commerce Initiatives 174

Manifestations of eCommerce and eBusiness 180

Business Models: Definition 180

Dominant Business Models 184

The Implications of eCommerce 188

Disintermediation 188

Reintermediation 189

Market Efficiency 189

Channel Conflict 189

Customer and Employee Self-Service 191

eCommerce: From Novelty to the Mainstream 191

The Web 2.0 Phenomenon 192

Web 2.0 Technologies 196

Web 2.0 and Business Innovation 201

Summary 203

Study Questions 203

Further Readings 204

Glossary 204

Case Study: STA Travel Island—Marketing First Life Travel Services in Second Life 205

PART III THE STRATEGIC USE OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS 209

CHAPTER 6 Strategic Information Systems Planning 211

Introduction 212

A Word About Strategic and Operational Planning 213

Strategic Alignment 213

Six Decisions Requiring Managerial Involvement 215

The Purpose of Strategic Information Systems Planning 217

Plans Enable Communication 217

Plans Enable Unity of Purpose 218

Plans Simplify Decision Making over Time 218

The Strategic Information Systems Planning Process 218

Know Who You Are: Strategic Business Planning 219

Know Where You Start: Information Systems Assessment 219

Know Where You Want to Go: Information Systems Vision 221

Know How You Are Going to Get There: Information Systems Guidelines 226

Know How Well-Equipped You Are to Get There: Information Systems SWOT 230

From Planning to Action: Proposed Strategic Initiatives 231

Summary 231

Study Questions 232

Further Readings 232

Glossary 232

Case Study: Outrigger Hotels and Resorts 233

CHAPTER 7 Value Creation and Strategic Information Systems 249

Introduction 250

The Analysis of Added Value 251

The Benefits of Disciplined Analysis 252

The Definition of Value 252

Defining the Components of Value Created 253

Computing the Total Value Created 254

Appropriating the Value Created 256

The Definition of Added Value 257

Added Value in a Competitive Market 258

Pricing Considerations 258

The Relationship between Added Value and Competitive Advantage 259

How Is Added Value Created? 259

Two Ways to Create New Value 260

Some Considerations About the Analysis of Added Value 261

Strategic Information Systems 263

Definition: Strategic Information Systems 263

IT-Dependent Strategic Initiatives 265

Summary 267

Study Questions 268

Further Readings 268

Glossary 268

Case Study: Upscale Markets—Value Creation In a Mature Industry 269

CHAPTER 8 Value Creation with Information Systems 277

Introduction 280

Traditional Models of Value Creation with IT 280

Industry Analysis 280

Value Chain 285

Customer Service Life Cycle 289

Traditional Models, Not ‘‘Old’’ Models 297

Emerging Frameworks 297

Virtual Value Chain 298

Value Creation with Customer Data 304

Crafting Data-Driven Strategic Initiatives 312

Conclusions 315

Summary 315

Study Questions 316

Further Readings 316

Glossary 317

Case Study: Carnival Cruise Lines 317

CHAPTER 9 Appropriating IT-Enabled Value Over Time 344

Introduction 345

Not All IT is Created Equal 346

High-Speed Internet Access in Hotel Rooms 346

Business Intelligence at Caesars Entertainment 347

The Need for A Priori Analysis 348

Appropriating Value Over Time: Sustainability Framework 348

Sustainable Competitive Advantage 348

Resource Based View 349

Response Lag 350

Four Barriers to Erosion 350

The Holistic Approach 360

The Dynamics of Sustainability 361

Applying the Framework 363

Prerequisite Questions 363

Sustainability Questions 364

What Evolutionary Paths Does the Innovation Create? 366

Making Decisions 367

Develop the IT-Dependent Strategic Initiative Independently 367

Develop the IT-Dependent Strategic Initiative as Part of a Consortium 367

Shelve the IT-Dependent Strategic Initiative 367

Summary 368

Study Questions 368

Further Readings 369

Glossary 369

Case Study: Custom Made Apparel and Individualized Service at Lands’ End 369

PART IV GETTING IT DONE 381

CHAPTER 10 Funding and Governance of Information Systems 383

Introduction 384

Information Systems Governance 385

Steering Committee 386

Funding Information Systems 387

Chargeback 387

Allocation 387

Overhead 388

The Budgeting and Project Prioritization Process 388

Making the Budget 388

Funding Information Systems Projects: Making the Business Case 390

Individual Project Risk 396

Portfolio Management 397

Outsourcing 398

Drivers of Outsourcing 399

The Risks of Outsourcing 399

Offshoring 400

Making Optimal Outsourcing Decisions 400

Summary 401

Study Questions 402

Further Readings 402

Glossary 403

Case Study: IT Planning at ModMeters 403

CHAPTER 11 Creating Information Systems 406

Introduction 407

How Hard Can IT Be? 408

Fulfilling Information Processing Needs 410

Three Approaches 410

Make versus Buy 411

Buy and Make 414

Build Your Own: Systems Design and Development 414

Systems Development Life Cycle 414

Prototyping 421

Agile Development 423

Outsourced Development 424

Buying Off-the-Shelf Applications 426

Definition 426

Build 429

Implementation 429

End-User Development 430

The Benefits of End-User Development 430

The Risks of End-User Development 430

Summary 431

Study Questions 432

Further Readings 433

Glossary 433

Case Study: Project Management at MM 434

CHAPTER 12 Information Systems Trends 437

Introduction 439

The Mobile Platform 440

Characteristics of the Mobile Platform 442

Mobile Commerce 443

Location-Based Social Networking 444

Augmented Reality 445

Green IS 447

Digital Data Genesis 448

Analyzing Digital Data Genesis Opportunities 452

The Advent of Supercrunchers 453

Customer-Managed Interactions 454

Open Source 456

Open Source: Definition 456

Open Source Is Open for Business 457

Advantages and Disadvantages of Open Source Software 458

Software as a Service 460

Historical Context 461

SaaS Today 462

Cloud Computing 464

Summary 466

Study Questions 466

Further Readings 467

Glossary 467

Case Study: TripIt—The Traveler’s Agent 467

CHAPTER 13 Security, Privacy, and Ethics 487

Introduction 489

IT Risk Management and Security 490

Why Is Security Not an IT Problem? 491

Risk Assessment 492

Risk Mitigation 493

The Internal Threat 494

The External Threat 495

Responding to Security Threats 501

Managing Security: Overall Guidelines 504

Privacy 506

Privacy Defined 507

Privacy Risks 507

Safeguarding Privacy 510

Ethics 511

Ethics: Definition 511

Information Systems Ethics 512

Ensuring Ethical Uses of Information Systems 513

Summary 514

Study Questions 515

Further Readings 515

Glossary 515

Case Study: Giant Food and Elensys—Looking Out for Customers or Gross Privacy Invasions? 516

Index 525

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Solution Manual for Industrial Organization: Theory and Practice, 4/E, Don E. Waldman, Elizabeth J. Jensen,

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Table of Contents

PART I: THE BASICS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: The Firm and Its Costs
Chapter 3: Competition and Monopoly
Chapter 4: Market Structure
Chapter 5: Monopoly Practices
Chapter 6: Empirical Industrial Organization
PART II: MODERN INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION: GAME THEORY AND STRATEGIC BEHAVIOR
Chapter 7: Game Theory: A Framework for Understanding Oligopolistic Behavior
Chapter 8: The Development of Theory
Chapter 9: Collusion: The Great Prisoner’s Dilemma
Chapter 10: Cartels in Action
Chapter 11: Oligopoly Behavior: Entry and Pricing to Deter Entry
Chapter 12: Oligopoly Behavior: Entry and Nonpricing Strategies to Deter Entry
PART III: BUSINESS PRACTICES
Chapter 13: Product Differentiation
Chapter 14: Advertising
Chapter 15: Technological Change and Research and Development
Chapter 16: Price Discrimination
Chapter 17: Vertical Integration and Vertical Relationships
Chapter 18: Regulation and Deregulation

Solution Manual for Industrial Organization: Contemporary Theory and Empirical Applications, 4th Edition, by Lynne Pepall, Dan Richards, George Norman,

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Solution Manual for Industrial Organization: Contemporary Theory and Empirical Applications, 4th Edition, by Lynne Pepall, Dan Richards, George Norman, ISBN 9781405176323

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List of Tables.

About the Authors.

Preface to the Fourth Edition.

Part I: Foundations:.

1. Industrial Organization: What, How, and Why?.

1.1 What Is Industrial Organization?.

1.2 How We Study Industrial Organization.

1.3 Why? Antitrust and Industrial Organization Theory.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

Appendix: Excerpts from Key Antitrust Statutes.

2. Basic Microeconomics.

2.1 Competition versus Monopoly: The Poles of Market Performance.

2.2 Profit Today versus Profit Tomorrow: Firm Decision-making over Time.

2.3 Efficiency, Surplus, and Size Relative to the Market.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

3. Market Structure and Market Power.

3.1 Measuring Market Structure.

3.2 Measuring Market Power.

3.3 Empirical Application: Monopoly Power-How Bad Is It?.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

4. Technology and Cost.

4.1 Production Technology and Cost Functions for the Single Product Firm.

4.2 Sunk Cost and Market Structure.

4.3 Costs and Multiproduct Firms.

4.4 Noncost Determinants of Industry Structure.

4.5 Empirical Application: Cost Function Estimation-Scale and Scope Economies.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

Part II: Monopoly Power in Theory and Practice:.

5. Price Discrimination and Monopoly: Linear Pricing.

5.1 Feasibility of Price Discrimination.

5.2 Third-degree Price Discrimination or Group Pricing.

5.3 Implementing Third-degree Price Discrimination or Group Pricing.

5.4 Product Variety and Third-degree Price Discrimination or Group Pricing.

5.5 Third-degree Price Discrimination or Group Pricing and Social Welfare.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

6. Price Discrimination and Monopoly: Non-linear Pricing.

6.1 First-degree Price Discrimination or Personalized Pricing.

6.2 Second-degree Price Discrimination or Menu Pricing.

6.3 Social Welfare with First- and Second-degree Price Discrimination.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

7. Product Variety and Quality Under Monopoly.

7.1 A Spatial Approach to Horizontal Product Differentiation.

7.2 Monopoly and Horizontal Differentiation.

7.3 Is There Too Much Product Variety?.

7.4 Monopoly and Horizontal Differentiation with Price Discrimination.

7.5 Vertical Product Differentiation.

7.6 Empirical Application: Price Discrimination, Product Variety, and Monopoly versus Competition.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

Appendix A: Location Choice with Two Shops.

Appendix B: The Monopolist’s Choice of Price When Her Shops Have Different Costs.

8. Commodity Bundling and Tie-in Sales.

8.1 Commodity Bundling and Price Discrimination.

8.2 Required Tie-in Sales.

8.3 Complementary Goods, Network Externalities, and Monopoly Pricing.

8.4 Antitrust, Bundling, and Tie-in Sales.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

Appendix: Formal Proof of the Inefficiency Induced by the Marketing of Complementary Goods by Separate Monopolists.

Part III: Oligopoly and Strategic Interaction:.

9. Static Games and Cournot Competition.

9.1 Strategic Interaction: Introduction to Game Theory.

9.2 Dominant and Dominated Strategies.

9.3 Nash Equilibrium as a Solution Concept.

9.4 Static Models of Oligopoly: The Cournot Model.

9.5 Variations on the Cournot Theme: Many Firms and Different Costs.

9.6 Concentration and Profitability in the Cournot Model.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

10. Price Competition.

10.1 The Bertrand Duopoly Model.

10.2 Bertrand Reconsidered.

10.3 Bertrand in a Spatial Setting.

10.4 Strategic Complements and Substitutes.

10.5 Empirical Application: Brand Competition and Consumer Preferences-Evidence from the California Retail Gasoline Market.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

11. Dynamic Games and First and Second Movers.

11.1 The Stackelberg Model of Quantity Competition.

11.2 Sequential Price Competition.

11.3 Credibility of Threats and Nash Equilibria for Dynamic Games.

11.4 The Chain Store Paradox.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

Part IV: Anticompetitive Strategies:.

12. Limit Pricing and Entry Deterrence.

12.1 Monopoly Power and Market Structure Over Time: Some Basic Facts.

12.2 Predatory Conduct and Limit Pricing.

12.3 Preemption and the Persistence of Monopoly.

12.4 Evidence on Predatory Capacity Expansion.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

13. Predatory Conduct: More Recent Developments.

13.1 Predatory Pricing: Myth or Reality?.

13.2 Predation and Imperfect Information.

13.3 Contracts as a Barrier to Entry.

13.4 Predatory Conduct and Public Policy.

13.5 Empirical Application: Entry Deterrence in the Pharmaceutical Industry.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

14. Price Fixing and Repeated Games.

14.1 The Cartel’s Dilemma.

14.2 Repeated Games.

14.3 Collusion: The Role of the Antitrust Authorities.

14.4 Empirical Application: Estimating the Effects of Price Fixing.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

15. Collusion: Detection and Public Policy.

15.1 The Cartel Problem.

15.2 Factors that Facilitate Collusion.

15.3 An Illustration: Collusion on the NASDAQ Exchange.

15.4 Detecting Collusion among Firms.

15.5 Cartel Leniency (Amnesty) Programs.

15.6 Empirical Application: Experimental Investigation of Leniency Programs.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

Part V: Contractual Relations between Firms:.

16. Horizontal Mergers.

16.1 Horizontal Mergers and the Merger Paradox.

16.2 Mergers and Cost Synergies.

16.3 The Merged Firm as a Stackelberg Leader.

16.4 Horizontal Mergers and Product Differentiation.

16.5 Public Policy toward Horizontal Mergers.

16.6 Empirical Application: Evaluating the Impact of Mergers with Computer Simulation.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

Appendix A: Bertrand Competition in a Simple Linear Demand System.

Appendix B: Equilibrium Prices in the Spatial Model without a Merger.

Appendix C: Equilibrium Prices in the Spatial Model after Firm 1 and Firm 2 Merge.

17. Vertical and Conglomerate Mergers.

17.1 Procompetitive Vertical Mergers.

17.2 Possible Anticompetitive Effects of Vertical Mergers.

17.3 Formal Oligopoly Models of Vertical Integration.

17.4 Conglomerate Mergers.

17.5 A Brief Digression on Mergers and the Theory of the Firm.

17.6 Empirical Application: Vertical Integration in the Ready-mixed Concrete Industry.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

18. Vertical Price Restraints.

18.1 Resale Price Maintenance: Some Historical Background.

18.2 Vertical Price Restraints as a Response to Double Marginalization.

18.3 RPM Agreements and Retail Price Discrimination.

18.4 RPM Agreements to Ensure the Provision of Retail Services.

18.5 Retail Price Maintenance and Uncertain Demand.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

Appendix: Manufacturer’s Optimal Wholesale Price When Retailer Discriminates between Two Markets.

19. Nonprice Vertical Restraints.

19.1 Upstream Competition and Exclusive Dealing.

19.2 Exclusive Selling and Territorial Arrangements.

19.3 Aftermarkets.

19.4 Public Policy toward Vertical Restraints.

19.5 A Brief Discussion of Franchising and Divisionalization.

19.6 Empirical Application: Exclusive Dealing in the U.S. Beer Industry.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

Part VI: Nonprice Competition:.

20. Advertising, Market Power, and Information.

20.1 The Extent of Advertising.

20.2 Advertising, Product Differentiation, and Monopoly Power.

20.3 The Monopoly Firm’s Profit-maximizing Level of Advertising.

20.4 Advertising as Consumer Information.

20.5 Persuasive Advertising.

20.6 Advertising and Signaling.

20.7 Suppressed Advertising Content.

20.8 Truth versus Fraud in Advertising.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

21. Advertising, Competition, and Brand Names.

21.1 Advertising as Wasteful Competition.

21.2 Advertising and Information in Product-differentiated Markets.

21.3 What’s in a Brand Name?.

21.4 Too Much or Too Little Advertising: The Question Revisited.

21.5 Cooperative Advertising.

21.6 Empirical Application: Advertising, Information, and Prestige.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

22. Research and Development.

22.1 A Taxonomy of Innovations.

22.2 Market Structure and the Incentive to Innovate.

22.3 A More Complete Model of Competition via Innovation.

22.4 Evidence on the Schumpeterian Hypothesis.

22.5 R&D Cooperation between Firms.

22.6 Empirical Application: R&D Spillovers in Practice.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

23. Patents and Patent Policy.

23.1 Optimal Patent Length.

23.2 Optimal Patent Breadth.

23.3 Patent Races.

23.4 Monopoly Power and “Sleeping Patents”.

23.5 Patent Licensing.

23.6 Recent Patent Policy Developments.

23.7 Empirical Application: Patent Law and Practice in the Semiconductor Industry.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

Part VII: Networks and Auctions:.

24. Network Issues.

24.1 Monopoly Provision of a Network Service.

24.2 Networks, Competition, and Complementary Services.

24.3 Systems Competition and the Battle over Industry Standards.

24.4 Network Goods and Public Policy.

24.5 Empirical Application: Network Externalities in Computer Software-Spreadsheets.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

25. Auctions and Auction Markets.

25.1 A Brief Taxonomy of Auctions.

25.2 The Revenue Equivalence Theorem.

25.3 Common Value Auctions.

25.4 Auction Design: Lessons From Industrial Organization.

Summary.

Problems.

References.

Answers to Practice Problems.

Index

Solution Manual for Hydrologic Analysis and Design, 3rd Edition, Richard H. McCuen,

Solution Manual for Hydrologic Analysis and Design, 3rd Edition, Richard H. McCuen, ISBN-10: 0131424246, ISBN-13: 9780131424241

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction to Hydrology.
2. Statistical Methods in Hydrology.
3. Watershed Characteristics.
4. Precipitation.
5. Frequency Analysis.
6. Subsurface Hydrology.
7. Peak Discharge Estimation.
8. Hydrologic Design Methods.
9. Hydrograph Analysis and Synthesis.
10. Channel Routing.
11. Reservoir Routing.
12. Water Yield and Snowmelt Runoff.
13. Water Quality Estimation.
14. Evaporation.
15. Erosion and Sedimentation.
References.
Index.

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Solution Manual for Human Sexuality: From Cells to Society, 1st Edition, Martha Rosenthal,

Solution Manual for Human Sexuality From Cells to Society 1st Edition Martha Rosenthal

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Solution Manual for Human Sexuality: From Cells to Society, 1st Edition, Martha Rosenthal, ISBN-10: 0618755713, ISBN-13: 9780618755714

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1. Introduction to Sexuality.
2. Evaluating Studies of Sexuality.
3. Male Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology.
4. Female Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology.
5. Sex and Gender.
6. Sexual Response.
7. Attraction, Dating, and Hooking Up.
8. Love.
9. Committed Relationships and Communicating With Your Partner.
10. Sexual Orientation.
11. Consensual Sexual Behavior.
12. Contraceptive Choices and Ending Pregnancy.
13. Conception, Pregnancy, and Birth.
14. Sexually Transmitted Infections.
15. Variations in Sexual Behavior.
16. Sexual Coercion and Violence.
17. Sex for Sale.

Solution Manual for Human Resources Management in Canada, 12th Canadian Edition, Gary Dessler, Nita Chhinzer, Nina D. Cole,

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Solution Manual for Human Resources Management in Canada, 12th Canadian Edition, Gary Dessler, Nita Chhinzer, Nina D. Cole, ISBN-10: 0133125319, ISBN-13: 9780133125313

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Table of Contents

PART 1 Human Resources Management in Perspective

Chapter 1 Strategic Role of Human Resources Management

Chapter 2 The Changing Legal Emphasis: From Compliance to Valuing Diversity

Chapter 3 Human Resources Management and Technology

PART 2 Meeting Human Resources Requirements

Chapter 4 Designing and Analyzing Jobs

Chapter 5 Human Resources Planning

Chapter 6 Recruitment

Chapter 7 Selection

PART 3 Developing Effective Human Resources

Chapter 8 Orientation and Training

Chapter 9 Career Development

Chapter 10 Performance Management

PART 4 Total Rewards

Chapter 11 Strategic Pay Plans

Chapter 12 Pay-for-Performance and Financial Incentives

Chapter 13 Employee Benefits and Services

PART 5 Building Effective Employee-Employer Relationships

Chapter 14 Occupational Health and safety

Chapter 15 Fair Treatment: The Foundation of Effective Employee Relations

Chapter 16 Labour Relations

PART 6 Global Issues in Human Resources Management

Chapter 17 Managing Human Resources in a Global Business

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