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ICBEFSM 2012 - International Conference on Business, Economics and Financial Sciences, and Management

ICBEFSM 2012 - International Conference on Business, Economics and Financial Sciences, and Management | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it
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Entryless is your Online Accountant

Entryless is your Online Accountant | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it
Entryless is your Online Accountant, Automate your financial process...
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How economics shapes science

How economics shapes science
Lunchtalk/Debate on 15th Feb 2012 at 12:15pm
Location: Bruegel

With countries struggling to build their post-cris...

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Corporate Valuation and Takeover

Corporate Valuation and Takeover | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it
This free book critically evaluates corporate equity valuation in today’s volatile markets using asset values, earnings, dividend policy, cash flow analysis and behavioural theory. The case for...
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New York University Open Education Courses

New York University Open Education Courses | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it
NYU free courses on Literature, History, Genomes, Sociology and Statistics. These are started as pilot program and shared under creative common licence.
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International Journal of Economics and Finance

International Journal of Economics and Finance | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it

International Journal of Economics and Finance (IJEF) is a peer-reviewed journal, published by Canadian Center of Science and Education. Authors are encouraged to submit complete unpublished and original works, which are not under review in any other journals. The scopes of the journal include, but not limited to, the following topic areas: economics, accounting and finance.The journal is published in both printed and online versions. The online version is free access and download.


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Hip Hop Portraits by Michael Molloy | Graphic Design and Art Photography Inspiration

Hip Hop Portraits by Michael Molloy | Graphic Design and Art Photography Inspiration | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it

Michael Molloy, is an award-winning art director and illustrator based in Morristown, New Jersey. His hip hop portraits highly illustrated with details, is one of his works that captivated us. Michael, has worked for The Washington Post; Source magazine; Louisiana State University; Symbolyc One and many others.


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The Fixie Bike Index

The Fixie Bike Index | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it
The Fixie Bike Index “ “Messengers are big fixie aficionados, but more and more fixed-gear bikes are being ridden by nonmessengers, most conspicuously the kind of younger people to whom the term...
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Chapter 16: Financial Analysis and the Statement of Cash Flows◄Click here

Chapter 16: Financial Analysis and the Statement of Cash Flows◄Click here | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it
Your goals for this “analysis and cash flows” chapter are to learn about:

Tools for financial statement analysis, Evaluating cash flow and the statement of cash flows, The direct approach to preparing a statement of cash flows, The indirect approach to presenting operating activities, Using a worksheet to prepare a statement of cash flows.


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Articles and live tutor help for Financial Accounting

Articles and live tutor help for Financial Accounting | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it
Financial accounting is the field of accountancy basically concerned with the preparation of financial statements for the use of decision makers, such as stockholders, banks, suppliers, government agencies, employees, owners and other stakeholders. It is the reporting of the financial performance and position of a company through financial statements issued to external users such as investors, banks etc. on regular intervals.
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Business Cycles and Financial Crises

Business Cycles and Financial Crises | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it
This book critically reviews literature on business cycles and financial crises. It starts with an investigation of issues concerning the existence and nature of business cycles. It then examines...
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How a change in income changes demand and thus equilibrium price and quantity

How a change in income changes demand and thus equilibrium price and quantity | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it
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60+ Business, Management and Entrepreneurship free courses

60+ Business, Management and Entrepreneurship free courses | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it
Free Online Courses from major Universities, topics covered are Business Management, Accounting, Finance, Entrepreneurship, Marketing and Innovation.
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Understanding the Basic Language of Option Trading

Understanding the Basic Language of Option Trading | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it
Tweet“Anticipate the difficult by managing the easy.”                          ~ Lao Tzu ~ The peculiar vocabulary and concepts inhabiting an options trader’s thoughts are often the source of confusion to visitors to my world.
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Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development

Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it

The scopes of the Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development (JEDS) include, but not limited to, Economic development; Sustainability management; Industrial sector; Corporate governance, public policy; international organizations; Environmental economics; Food systems, and populations. The journal is published in both printed and online versions. The ambition of JEDS is to become a recognized top tier journal, acclaimed for redirecting international economics and sustainability research and for defining new directions.


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Accounting Teachers

Accounting Teachers | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it
An open page where you can post your questions, new ideas or solutions of accounting.

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Why is finance so complex?

"Lisa Pollack at FT Alphaville mulls a question: “Why are we so good at creating complexity in finance?” The answer she comes up with is the “Flynn Effect“, basically the idea that there is an uptrend in human intelligence. Finance, in this view, gets more complex over time because financiers get smart enough to make it so.
That’s an interesting conjecture. But I don’t think it’s right at all.
Finance has always been complex. More precisely it has always been opaque, and complexity is a means of rationalizing opacity in societies that pretend to transparency. Opacity is absolutely essential to modern finance. It is a feature not a bug until we radically change the way we mobilize economic risk-bearing. The core purpose of status quo finance is to coax people into accepting risks that they would not, if fully informed, consent to bear."

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Introduction to Financial Accounting « The Saylor Foundation◄Click here

Introduction to Financial Accounting « The Saylor Foundation◄Click here | Teaching Economics | Scoop.it

Saylor.org is a free and open collection of college level courses. There are no subscriptions, registrations, or fees. You will not earn a college degree or diploma, but our team of experienced college professors have designed our courses so that you will able to achieve the same learning objectives as students enrolled in traditional colleges.

 

Complete the Introduction to Financial Accounting with The Saylor Foundation

 


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