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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Bahan UAS Ekonomi Keuangan dosen Bapak Achmad Kemal Hidayat

Bahan UAS Ekonomi Keuangan
  1. Bond Stock Valuation
  2. Capital Budgeting
  3. Leaverage and Capital Structure
  4. Risk and Return
  5. Theory of the Firm
Silahkan didownload. Semua file "zipped" dan instal WinZip terlebih dahulu untuk membukanya..
Klik disini untuk download WinZip.

Thanks to Bapak Achmad Kemal..

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

E-BOX 2nd Edition has been published


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Our contributor
  • Anggita
  • Syarief Achmad R.
  • Madeleine Lee
  • Wahyu Kurniawan
  • Aditia Febriansyah
  • Martin D. Siyaranamual
Silahkan hubungi tim RnD untuk segera mendapatkan E-BOX edisi kedua dengan tema "KEBIJAKAN MENGHADAPI KRISIS GLOBAL"

E-BOX 2nd EDITION TABLE OF CONTENT:

PAGECONTENT
1-4
Kebijakan Indonesia Menghadapi Krisis Global
(Anggita & Syarief Achmad R.)
5-6
The Reaction of the German Government to the US Financial Crisis
(Madeleine Lee)
7-11
Respon Pemerintah Terhadap Krisis Global
(Wahyu Kurniawan)
12-14
Pertumbuhan, Siklus Bisnis dan Ekspansi Perekonomian
(Aditia Febriansyah)
15-22
Social Cost of Biofuels
(Martin D. Siyaranamual)
23-24
NEWS
Selamat Datang Tahun Banyak Pengangguran!


Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Evaluasi Proyek Bahan UAS

Bahan Evapro untuk UAS berupa file zip yang berisi:
  1. Environmental Valuation I (ppt)
  2. Environmental Valuation - extra notes (doc)
  3. Hedonic Prices 2 (ppt)
  4. Hedonic Pricing 5 (ppt)
  5. Nonmarket Valuation EE Chapter 7 (ppt)
  6. Other Revealed Preference Methods (ppt)
  7. Revealed Preference Methods (ppt)
  8. SA16 - Valuation Method (ppt)
  9. Hedonic Pricing 1 (ppt)
  10. Hedonic Pricing 3 (ppt)
  11. Hedonic Pricing 4 (ppt)
  12. SR 2002 4s (pdf)
  13. Travel Cost Methods 1 (ppt)
  14. Travel Cost Methods 2 (ppt)
  15. Valuation (ppt)
  16. Valuation Methods Environment (ppt)
  17. Valuation Methods in Environment (pdf)
  18. Valuate (zip)
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Thanks to Pak Rahmat, SE., ME

Jadwal Ujian Akhir Semester Ganjil TA 2008/2009

Berikut adalah Jadwal Ujian Tengah Semester Ganjil Tahun Akademik 2008/2009:

Jadwal File
Senin - Jumat ( 05 s/d 09 Januari 2009) Jadwal 1
Senin - Jumat dan Senin ( 12 s/d 19 Januari 2009) Jadwal 2

Double Click to download. File is in Microsoft Excel 2003.
Selamat ujian..!

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Materi Ekonomi Kebijakan Publik untuk UAS

Bahan untuk UAS mata kuliah Ekonomi Kebijakan Publik (EKP) kelas 2 (Ibu Pipit Pitriyan & Ibu Armida Alisjahbana)
  1. Materi DAU 2002-2003 (PPT)
  2. Intergovernmental Transfers and Tax Sharing in Indonesia (PDF)

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Thanks to Ibu Pipit Pitriyan, SE. MS

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Soal Praktikum 8 dan 9 Ekonometrika 2

Praktikum 8
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Excel
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Praktikum 9
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Tata cara pengerjaan ada Mading Ekonometrika (Depan B1) dan menggunakan software E-Views 5.1. Bagi yang mengerjakan dengan software E-Views selain edisi 5.1 silahkan dikerjakan ulang. Software ada di Lab Kom ESP bagi yang membutuhkan.

Thanks to Cucut e!04 dan Dwi e!04

Monday, December 15, 2008

Jadwal Kuliah Semester Ganjil Tahun Akademik 2008/2009

Teman-teman ESP bisa mendownload jadwal kuliah semester ganjil untuk tahun akademik 2008/2009.

Format Excel Here

Kerja Praktek (Magang) dan Beasiswa Tugas Akhir (TA) di Perkumpulan INISIATIF

Pengantar

Perkumpulan INISIATIF adalah sebuah organisasi non-pemerintah yang bergerak di bidang penelitian, advokasi dan penguatan masyarakat. Visi INISIATIF adalah menjadi lembaga yang dapat meningkatkan derajat kehidupan kelompok marjinal, khususnya melalui perbaikan tata pemerintahan dan penguatan inisiatif lokal. Terjemahan visi tersebut ke dalam misi adalah sebagai berikut :

  1. Mendorong reformasi kebijakan publik yang dapat meningkatkan derajat kehidupan kelompok marjinal.
  2. Memperkuat inisiatif lokal agar dapat memperjuangkan upaya peningkatan derajat kehidupan kelompok marjinal.
  3. Mendorong terjadinya sinergi antara proses-proses reformasi kebijakan publik dengan penguatan inisiatif lokal.

Sedangkan tema-tema perhatian INISIATIF saat ini di antaranya meliputi perencanaan, penganggaran, pemenuhan kebutuhan dasar, pengentasan kemiskinan, pengembangan kemandirian ekonomi, dinamika politik lokal, dll.

Tema Kajian

Sebagai usaha mewujudkan visi-misi tersebut, dalam program kerja tahun 2008-2009, Perkumpulan INISIATIF membuka kesempatan bagi mahasiswa tingkat akhir untuk melakukan kerja praktek (magang) atau mengikuti beasiswa Tugas Akhir (TA). Tema-tema yang menjadi subyek kajian adalah sebagai berikut :

· Evaluasi Penggunaan Pagu Indikatif Desa/Kecamatan dalam Perencanaan Tahunan (Divisi KMRC).

· Kajian Penentuan dan Pengembangan Formulasi Pagu Sektoral (Divisi KMRC).

· Kajian Kerangka Normatif Penerimaan Pendapatan Daerah dan Identifikasi Modus-modus Penyimpangan Penerimaan Pendapatan Daerah (Divisi KMRC).

· Penyusunan Indeks Pemenuhan Hak Dasar (Divisi RKP).

· Peran Pemerintah Provinsi dalam Penyediaan Pelayanan Publik (Divisi RKP).

· Penyusunan Unit Cost Pelayanan Kesehatan Daerah (Divisi P&B).

· Identifikasi Permasalahan yang Dihadapi oleh Usaha Rakyat (Divisi ComDev).

Manfaat

Peserta magang/kerja praktek dan Tugas Akhir (TA) akan menerima manfaat sebagai berikut :

  • Pelamar topik magang : insentif sebesar Rp. 750.000,-/bulan selama 3 bulan.
  • Pelamar topik TA : beasiswa sebesar Rp. 4.000.000,- yang akan diberikan setelah TA selesai dikerjakan.

Fasilitas

  • Akses internet.
  • Makan siang.
  • Penggantian biaya transportasi ke lapangan.
  • Akses perpustakaan (buku, jurnal, artikel)
  • Ruang kerja.

Ketentuan Umum :

  • Pelamar adalah mahasiswa dari jurusan perencanaan, sosial, administrasi publik, ilmu pemerintahan, antropologi, statistik, matematika atau jurusan lain yang relevan.
  • Pelamar mendapat persetujuan dari dosen pembimbing magang/kerja praktek/Tugas Akhir.
  • Pelamar mempunyai waktu untuk hadir di kantor INISIATIF. Frekuensi kehadiran dapat dinegoisasikan kemudian.
  • Pelamar belum pernah megang/kerja praktek di tempat lain sebelumnya (khusus peminat magang/kerja praktek).
  • Lama waktu magang/kerja praktek sekitar 3 bulan. Sementara untuk Tugas Akhir (TA) menyesuaikan dengan rencana kerja dan jadwal pelaksanaan TA di kampus pelamar.

Ketentuan Lamaran dan Proses Seleksi :

  • Peminat mengajukan surat lamaran ke Direktur Perkumpulan INISIATIF.
  • Surat lamaran berisi maksud lamaran, tema yang dipilih dan motivasi. Selain itu harus melampirkan :
    • Curriculum Vitae (CV) singkat.
    • Fotokopi transkrip terakhir.
    • Surat pengantar dosen pembimbing (TA/magang).
    • Khusus peminat TA, harus menyertakan proposal singkat topik TA-nya (maks. 6 halaman) yang berisi : judul, latar belakang, rumusan masalah, maksud dan tujuan, metode serta rencana kerja.
  • Batas akhir penerimaan surat lamaran diperpanjang hingga tanggal 23 Desember 2008.
  • Peserta yang berkas lamarannya telah diterima oleh INISIATIF akan mendapatkan konfirmasi penerimaan berkas lamaran melalui email atau telepon.
  • Penilaian berkas lamaran berlangsung antara tanggal 24-31 Desember 2008.
  • Pemberitahuan hasil penilaian berkas lamaran akan dilakukan antara tanggal 5-9 Januari 2009 melalui email, surat tertulis, telepon atau situs www.inisiatif.org
  • Beberapa kandidat yang dianggap mempunyai kualifikasi sesuai akan dipanggil untuk melakukan wawancara. Waktu akan ditentukan kemudian.
  • Kandidat yang dianggap memenuhi kualifikasi yang diperlukan akan dipanggil untuk menandatangani kontrak dan memulai pelaksanaan kerja praktek/Tugas Akhir.

Lain-lain

  • Bila ada pertanyaan yang terkait dengan kesempatan ini, silahkan mengirim email ke inisiatif@bdg.centrin.net.idThis e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it atau melalui telepon di (022) 7309987.
  • Berkas surat lamaran yang masuk tidak akan dikembalikan lagi dan akan dimusnahkan untuk menjaga kerahasiaan.
  • Lamaran dapat dikirimkan melalui :

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Pos : Perkumpulan INISIATIF

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Monday, December 1, 2008

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

QUOTE NO. 1I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.
Thomas Alva Edison
QUOTE NO. 2Son, if you really want something in this life, you have to work for it. Now quiet! They're about to announce the lottery numbers.
Homer Simpson
QUOTE NO. 3Everyone needs believe in something. I believe I'll have another beer.
Anonymous
QUOTE NO. 4"Success, in my view, is the willingness to strive for something you really want. The person not reaching the top is no less a success than the one who achieved it, if they both sweated blood, sweat and tears and overcame obstacles and fears. The failure to be perfect does not mean you're nosuccess.
Fran Tarkenton
QUOTE NO. 5"Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former."
Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
QUOTE NO. 6Do, or do not. There is no try.
Yoda (The Empire Strikes Back)
QUOTE NO. 7If you are going through hell, keep going.
Sir Winston Churchill
QUOTE NO. 8You know the world is going crazy when the best rapper is a white guy, the best golfer is a black guy,the tallest guy in the NBA is Chinese, the Swiss hold the America's Cup, France is accusing the U.S. of arrogance, Germany doesn't want to go to war, and the three most powerful men in America are named Bush, Dick, and Colon
Chris Rock

Friday, November 28, 2008

The 10 Top American Givers

by Aili McConnon and Lawrence Delevingne
Thursday, November 27, 2008
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Warren Buffett

Many of America's ultra-rich continued to give big donations to charity in 2008, despite the worst financial crisis in decades. In the past year, seven philanthropists gave north of $200 million and nine gave more than $100 million to causes ranging from wilderness preservation to fighting malaria. Warren Buffett and Bill Gates remain far and away the biggest givers overall, but two of 12 newcomers to the list pledged to give more than $1 billion away: William Barron Hilton, co-chairman of the Hilton hotel chain who pledged late last year to give away 97% of his wealth -- some $1.7 billion -- to his family's humanitarian foundation and Peter G. Peterson, co-founder of the investment firm Blackstone Group, who gave $1 billion this year to establish a foundation that promotes fiscal responsibility. Read their stories -- and those of the 48 other philanthropists on BusinessWeek's list -- here.


1. Warren Buffett

Berkshire Hathaway CEO
2004-08 Giving* $40,655 million

Buffett's $31 billion commitment to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, announced in June 2006, resonated throughout the philanthropic community. The giving is aimed at funding education and global health initiatives. This year the commitment to the Gates Foundation still resonates, inspiring other donors with a new model of philanthropy. Buffett, the world's second-richest man, also earmarked billions for the Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation, the Howard G. Buffett Foundation, and the NoVo Foundation -- independent family foundations that support causes ranging from reproductive health to worldwide conservation.

For more, visit the Warren Buffett Philanthropy.

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2. Bill & Melinda Gates

Microsoft co-founder
2004-08 Giving* $2,625 million

Bill and Melinda Gates give through their massive Seattle-based family foundation, which says it is "committed to ensuring all people have the opportunity to lead healthy, productive lives." With an endowment of nearly $36 billion, the foundation works with partners to give people a chance to lift themselves out of hunger and extreme poverty in developing countries and, in the U.S., to ensure that all people have the opportunities they need to succeed in school and life. Its endowment is eventually expected to double, thanks to a long-term $31 billion gift from investor Warren Buffett, which pays out in installments. Recent initiatives include $100 million in micro medical-research grants; a $164 million grant to the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa; and $125 million to fight global tobacco use as part of a $500 million partnership with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

For more, visit the Gates Foundation.

3. George Kaiser

Oil and gas, banking, investments
2004-08 Giving* $2,377 million

Kaiser's focus remains on early intervention in the cycle of poverty. Giving through his Tulsa-based foundation provides services that include early childhood education, pre-natal health care, public health, in-home parenting, and secondary education, as well as more generalized safety net services that deal with the symptoms of poverty. More recent initiatives have focused on women's incarceration, secondary schools, and reserving land to create an arts and entertainment district in Tulsa. The biggest payout may be yet to come: Kaiser has said he plans to increase his gifts "until I die with one dollar left, assuming I can get the timing just right."

For more, visit the George Kaiser Family Foundation.

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4. George Soros

Investor
2004-08 Giving* $2,214 million

Soros distributes $400 million or more each year through his charitable network, which aims to foster open and democratic societies around the world. This year Soros gave some $535 million to dozens of initiatives, including education in Liberia, microfinance in India, and mental health in Moldova. In 2005 he gave an extra $200 million for his Central European University, a graduate school he helped found in Budapest in 1991. An immigrant from Hungary who made his first billion dollars in England, Soros has given nearly $7 billion to support his network of foundations in more than 60 countries.

For more, visit the Open Society Institute.

5. William Barron Hilton

Heir and former CEO of Hilton Hotels
2004-08 Giving* $1,700 million

New to list Following in his father's footsteps, Hilton late last year announced his intention to leave 97% of his wealth to charity after his stakes in Hilton Hotels and Harrah's Entertainment were bought out by private equity groups for billions. Hilton's fortune will go to his family's foundation, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, which works to alleviate the suffering of the world's most disadvantaged, with an emphasis on children and support for the work of Roman Catholic nuns. Grants go to causes such as stopping trachoma, the world's leading cause of preventable blindness in Africa; helping homeless families in the U.S.; and providing clean water in Mexico.

For more, visit the Hilton Foundation.

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6. Walton Family

Family of Wal-Mart founder

2004-08 Giving* $1,380 million

The world's richest family is also one of the most united when it comes to philanthropy. The secretive Waltons commit the bulk of their gifts through the Walton Family Foundation, which supports a variety of charitable causes. Their areas of focus: K-12 education reform, quality-of-life initiatives in northwest Arkansas (home to Wal-Mart), economic development initiatives in the Mississippi Delta region of the U.S., and most recently, marine and fresh water fishing sustainability initiatives.

For more, visit the Walton Family Foundation.

7. Herbert & Marion Sandler

Golden West Financial co-founders
2004-08 Giving* $1,329 million

The Sandlers have given away more than $1 billion to the Sandler Foundation, which works to strengthen progressive causes, such as: exposing corruption and abuse of power; advocating for vulnerable and exploited people and environments; and advancing scientific research. Last year, for example, the foundation committed $10 million a year to launch and sustain ProPublica, an independent non-profit newsroom, under the leadership of former Wall Street Journal Managing Editor Paul Steiger, that produces investigative journalism in the public interest. The foundation also helped establish the liberal think-tank Center for American Progress with a $50 million gift in 2004.

For more, visit the Sandler Foundation.

8. Peter Peterson

Blackstone Group co-founder
2004-08 Giving* $1,168 million

New to list Using his proceeds from Blackstone Group's IPO, Peterson donated $1 billion to establish the Peter G. Peterson Foundation this year. The focus: to encourage greater fiscal responsibility in the U.S. The foundation has already purchased, promoted, and distributed the documentary I.O.U.S.A. to educate Americans about swelling national and personal debt. (The film is likened by many to Al Gore's documentary on global warming, An Inconvenient Truth.) The former Commerce Secretary's timing was uncanny as the financial crisis underscored his urgent message about excessive spending.

For more, visit the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.


9. Donald Bren

Real estate developer
2004-08 Giving* $908 million

Using property and wealth from his real estate business, Bren has given more than $1 billion, much of it to support education. Bren's commitment to schooling runs the gamut from students to principals to school districts to university scholars on his Irvine Ranch. This year Bren gave $8.5 million to THINK Together after-school programs, one of the largest private donations to after-school programs in California history. In 2007 gifts included $20 million for a new law school at University of California at Irvine and $3 million in annual grants, teacher recognition, and student scholarships. In 2006 he gave a $20 million gift to fund elementary fine arts, music, and science programs at schools in Irvine, Calif.

For more, visit the Donald Bren Foundation.

10. Michael Bloomberg

Bloomberg founder, NYC Mayor
2004-08 Giving* $903 million

This year, Bloomberg added a $250 million, four-year commitment to his Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use, which was established in 2005 and has received more than $375 million from the New York City mayor. The new money is in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Late last year, Bloomberg's Family Foundation gave $9 million to promote global road safety, among others on the mayor's long list of charitable causes each year. Dedicated to making strides in education, he has also committed $100 million to alma mater Johns Hopkins University and purchased a townhouse on the Upper East Side for his future foundation. Bloomberg gave $10 million to the World Trade Center Foundation. Since 1997, Bloomberg has pledged more than $1.5 billion to charities and initiatives.

For more, visit the Bloomberg Philanthropies.

Click here to see the full list.

*Based on public records and interviews with donors
Data: BusinessWeek, The Chronicle of Philanthropy and the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University

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Thursday, November 27, 2008

OPEN RECRUITMENT STAFF MUDA by HRD division

OPEN RECRUITMENT STAFF MUDA by HRD division

Dicari orang-orang yang memiliki kriteria sebagai berikut:
1. Mahasiswa ESP angkatan 2008
2. Lulus PPJ 2008
3. Mengikuti TFB 2008
4. Berkomitmen dan mau bekerja keras
5. Mengumpulkan Application Letter, Motivation Letter & Curriculum Vitae (CV).

Jika kamu merasa memiliki itu semua, langung hubungi stand "OPEN RECRUITMENT STAFF MUDA HIMA ESP UNPAD" di RKM FE UNPAD. Jangan lupa untuk mendownload form tersebut pada link di bawah ini.

Contact Person:
Haikal (0856 8836 816)
Deadline:
Jumat, 28 November 2008
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  • Royandi Tanujaya (UNDIP)
  • Rudy Widodo
  • Yangki Imade Suara
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PAGECONTENT
1-6
Krisis Energi
(Harris Subhan Riparev
7-10
Energi
(Royandi Tanujaya)
11-16
Ref0rmasi Perpajakan, Suatu Bentuk Pengendalian Kesadaran Bangsa
(Rudy Widodo)
17-22
Indonesia dan Korupsi
(Yangki Imade Suara)
23-24
NEWS
UU Kawasan Ekonomi Khusus Selesai 2009


Tuesday, November 25, 2008

National Debate Competition 2008 Video



Here is an video of National Debate Competition 2008.
For an info, the debate using Indonesian language which is organize by HIMA ESP UNPAD on May 30 - June 1, 2008 located in Bandung. The OCP was Dino Hartono from ESP 2006.
Good work for all committee.. Created by PUBDOK division.

For the next
National Debate Competition, we'll gonna inform it later.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Principles of Economics by N. Gregory Mankiw

N. Gregory Mankiw
Principles of Economics
5th Edition * South - Western
ISBN: 0324589972 ©2009

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Part 1: INTRODUCTION.

Chapter 1 : Ten Principles of Economics.
Chapter 2 : Thinking Like an Economist.
Chapter 3 : Interdependence and the Gains from Trade.
Part 2: SUPPLY AND DEMAND I: HOW MARKETS WORK.
Chapter 4 : The Market Forces of Supply and Demand.
Chapter 5 : Elasticity and Its Application.
Chapter 6 : Supply, Demand, and Government Policies.
Part 3: SUPPLY AND DEMAND II: MARKETS AND WELFARE.
Chapter 7 : Consumers, Producers, and the Efficiency of Markets.
Chapter 8 : Application: The Costs of Taxation.
Chapter 9 : Application: International Trade.
Part 4: THE ECONOMICS OF PUBLIC SECTOR.
Chapter 10 : Externalities.
Chapter 11 : Public Goods and Common Resources.
Chapter 12 : The Design of the Tax System.
Part 5: FIRM BEHAVIOR AND THE ORGANIZATION OF INDUSTRY.
Chapter 13 : The Costs of Production.
Chapter 14 : Firms in Competitive Markets.
Chapter 15 : Monopoly.
Chapter 16 : Monopolistic Competition.
Chapter 17 : Oligopoly. Part 6: THE ECONOMICS OF LABOR MARKETS.
Chapter 18 : The Markets for the Factors of Production.
Chapter 19 : Earnings and Discrimination.
Chapter 20 : Income Inequality and Poverty.
Part 7: TOPICS FOR FURTHER STUDY.
Chapter 21 : The Theory of Consumer Choice.
Chapter 22 : Frontiers in Microeconomics.
Part 8: THE DATA OF MACROECONOMICS.
Chapter 23 : Measuring a Nation's Income.
Chapter 24 : Measuring the Cost of Living.
Part 9: THE REAL ECONOMY IN THE LONG RUN.
Chapter 25 : Production and Growth.
Chapter 26 : Saving, Investment, and the Financial System.
Chapter 27 : The Basic Tools of Finance.
Chapter 28 : Unemployment and Its Natural Rate.
Part 10: MONEY AND PRICES IN THE LONG RUN.
Chapter 29 : The Monetary System.
Chapter 30 : Money Growth and Inflation.
Part 11: THE MACROECONOMICS OF OPEN ECONOMIES.
Chapter 31 : Open-Economy Macroeconomics: Basic Concepts.
Chapter 32 : A Macroeconomic Theory of the Open Economy.
Part 12: SHORT-RUN ECONOMIC FLUCTUATIONS.
Chapter 33 : Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply.
Chapter 34 : The Influence of Monetary and Fiscal Policy on Aggregate Demand.
Chapter 35 : The Short-Run Tradeoff between Inflation and Unemployment.
Part 13: FINAL THOUGHTS.
Chapter 36 : Five Debates over Macroeconomic Policy.

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Macroeconomics by N. Gregory Mankiw

N. Gregory Mankiw
Macroeconomics
6th Edition - Worth Publisher
Cloth Text, 608pgs.
ISBN: 0-7167-6213-7
ISBN-13: 978-0-716-76213-3
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Chapter 1 : The Science of Macroeconomics
Chapter 2 : The Data of Macroeconomics
Chapter 3 : National Income. Where It Comes From and Where It Goes
Chapter 4 : Money and Inflation
Chapter 5 : The Open Economy
Chapter 6 : Unemployment
Chapter 7 : Economic Growth I: Capital Accumulation and Population Growth
Chapter 8 : Economic Growth II: Technology, Empirics, and Policy
Chapter 9 : Introduction to Economic Fluctuations
Chapter 10 : Aggregate Demand I: Building the IS-LM Model
Chapter 11 : Aggregate Demand II: Applying the IS-LM Model
Chapter 12 : The Open Economy Revisited: The Mundell-Fleming Model and the Exchange-Rate Regime
Chapter 13 : Aggregate Supply and the Short-run Tradeoff Between Inflation and Unemployment
Chapter 14 : Stabilization Policy
Chapter 15 : Government Debt
Chapter 16 : Consumption
Chapter 17 : Investment
Chapter 18 : Money Supply and Money Demand
Chapter 19 : Advances in Business Cycle Theory
Epilogue: What We Know, What We Don't

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Managerial Economics in a Global Economy by Dominick Salvatore

Dominick Salvatore
Managerial Economics in a Global Economy with Economic Applications Card
5th Edition - South Western
ISBN-10: 0324171870 ISBN-13: 9780324171877 640 Pages © 2004 Published
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PART I. INTRODUCTION.
Chapter 1: The Nature and Scope of Managerial Economics.
Chapter 2: Optimization Techniques and New Management Tools.

PART II. DEMAND ANALYSIS.
Chapter 3: Demand Theory.
Chapter 4: Demand Estimation.
Chapter 5: Demand Forecasting.

PART III. PRODUCTION AND COST ANALYSIS.
Chapter 6: Production Theory and Estimation.
Chapter 7: Cost Theory and Estimation.

PART IV. MARKET STRUCTURE AND PRICING PRACTICES.
Chapter 8: Market Structure: Perfect Competition, Monopoly, and Monopolistic Competition.
Chapter 9: Oligopoly and Firm Architecture.
Chapter 10: Game Theory and Strategic Behavior.
Chapter 11: Pricing Practices.

PART V. REGULATION, RISK ANALYSIS, AND CAPITAL BUDGETING.
Chapter 12: Regulation and Antitrust: The Role of Government in the Economy.
Chapter 13: Risk Analysis.
Chapter 14: Long-Run Investment Decisions: Capital Budgeting.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Econometrics

Dr. Bill Hung
(Associate Director, MBA Program)
School of Business
Hong Kong Baptist University







Lecture Power Points

Lecture #01 Introduction: An overview of regression analysis

Supplement #01A

Review of Basic Statistics and Mathematical Tools

Supplement #01B

Greek notations
Lecture #02 OLS: Regression Analysis

Supplement #02a

Derive the estimators of 3-variable regression
Lecture #03 Properties of OLS Estimators

Supplement #03A

Proof Steps to the properties of estimators
Lecture #04 Hypothesis Test 1: t-test, F-test

Supplement #04A

Steps to calculate the determinant and Cramer's Rule
Lecture #05 Hypothesis Test 2: Specification-test (Relevant and irrelevant variables), restriction-test, and Chow test

Critical Values

t-statistics Table
F-statistics Table: 1%, 5%, 10%
Lecture #06 Different functional forms and scale Measures

Supplement #06A

Example of Formal Report of Regression
Lecture #07 Dummy Independent Variables and Its Applications
Lecture #08 Multicollinearity
Lecture #09 Autocorrelation

Critical values

Durbin-Watson "d" statistics

Lecture #10

Heteroscedasticity

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Advanced Econometrics

Dr. Bill Hung
(Associate Director, MBA Program)
School of Business
Hong Kong Baptist University






Lecture Notes:

  1. Overview of Forecasting Method
  2. Stationary and Unit Root Test
  3. Moving Average & Exponential Smoothing
  4. Time Series Decomposition & Trend
  5. Univariate ARIMA Model
  6. ARIMA & Its Applications
  7. Autoregressive & Distributed Lag Model
  8. Simultaneous Estimation Method
  9. LPM, Logit and Probit Model
  10. VAR, Error Correction Model
  11. ARCH & GRACH Model
  12. Panel Estimation Method
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Friday, October 31, 2008

Microeconomic Theory Basic Principles and Extensions by Walter Nicholson

Walter Nicholson
Microeconomic Theory Basic Principles and Extensions
Ninth Edition
South-Western
Note:
Ch 1-11 : Intermediate Microeconomics
Ch 12-21 : Advanced Microeconomics
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PART 1 INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1 : Economic Models
Chapter 2 : The Mathematics of Optimization

PART 2 CHOICE AND DEMAND
Chapter 3 : Preferences and Utility
Chapter 4 : Utility Maximization and Choice
Chapter 5 : Income and Substitution Effects
Chapter 6 : Demand Relationships Among Goods

PART 3 PRODUCTION AND SUPPLY
Chapter 7 : Production Functions
Chapter 8 : Cost Functions
Chapter 9
: Profit Maximization

PART 4 COMPETITIVE MARKETS
Chapter 10 : The Partial Equilibrium Competitive Model
Chapter 11
: Applied Competitive Analysis
Chapter 12 : General Equilibrium and Welfare

PART 5 MODELS OF IMPERFECT COMPETITION
Chapter 13 : Models of Monopoly
Chapter 14
: Traditional Models of Imperfect Competition
Chapter 15 : Game Theory Models of Pricing

PART 6 PRICING IN INPUT MARKETS
Chapter 16 : Labor Markets
Chapter 17 : Capital Markets

PART 7 UNCERTAINTY, INFORMATION, AND EXTERNALITIES
Chapter 18 : Uncertainty and Risk Aversion
Chapter 19
: The Economics of Information
Chapter 20 : Externalities and Public Goods
Chapter 21 : Political Economics

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The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets By Frederic S. Mishkin

Frederic S. Mishkin
The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets

Eight Edition

Pearson - Addison Weasley
Note:
Ch 1-11 : Bank
Ch 12-22 : Monetary Economics
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App : Appendix

Chapter 0 : What is this course about?
PART 1 INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1 : Why Study Money, Banking, and Financial Markets?
Chapter 2 : An Overview of the Financial System
Chapter 3 : What is Money?
PART 2 FINANCIAL MARKETS
Chapter 4 : Understanding Interest Rate
Chapter 5 : The Behavior of Interest Rates
Chapter 6 : The Risk and Term Structure of Interest Rates
Chapter 7 : The Stock Market, the Theory of Rational Expectations, and the Effecient Market Hypothesis
PART 3 FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
Chapter 8 : An Economic Analysis of Financial Structure
Chapter 9 : Banking and the Management of Financial Institutions
Chapter 10 : Banking Industry: Structure and Competition
Chapter 11 : Economic Analysis of Banking Regulation
PART 4 CENTRAL BANKING AND THE CONDUCT OF MONETARY POLICY
Chapter 12 : Structure of Central Banks and the Federal Reserve System
Chapter 13 : Multiple Deposit Creation and the Money Supply Process
Chapter 14 : Determinants of the Money Supply
Chapter 15 : Tools of Monetary Policy
Chapter 16 : What Should Central Banks Do? Monetary Policy Goals, Strategy, and Tactics
PART 5 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE AND MONETARY POLICY
Chapter 17 : The Foreign Exchange Market
Chapter 18 : The International Financial System
PART 6 MONETARY THEORY
Chapter 19 : The Demand for Money
Chapter 20 : The IS-LM Model
Chapter 21 : Monetary and Fiscal Policy in the IS-LM Model
Chapter 22 : Aggregate Demand and Supply Analysis
Chapter 23 : Transmission Mechanisms of Monetary Policy: The Evidence
Chapter 24 : Money and Inflation
Chapter 25 : Rational Expectations: Implications for Policy

SUPLEMENTARY MATERIAL
Appendix to Ch 4 : MeasuringInterest-RateRisk: Duration
Chapter 4 Web Appendix
Chapter 5 Web Appendix
Chapter 14 Web Appendix
Notes on Adverse Selection
Notes on Moral Hazard
Model of Asset Pricing : A Primer on Statistics