Financial consequences

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  • INTRODUCTION: The financial crisis which began in July 1997 in Thailand and affected currencies, stock markets, and other asset prices in several Asian countries, many considered East Asian Tigers. Growth rates in these countries which were in excess of five percent before 1997, turned sharply negative in 1998 and, at the time of this writing it is not yet clear when these economies will turn the corner and resume positive rates of growth. This report examines how "the Asian miracle" became the “Asian Meltdown”. This paper will analyze the different key factors that caused the crisis....

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  • The content of this book has become ever more relevant after the recent 2007–2009 and 2011 financial crises, one consequence of which was greatly increased scepticism among investment professionals about the received wisdom drawn from standard finance, modern portfolio theory and its later developments.

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  • Chapter 14 - Regulating the financial system. The purpose of this chapter is: To look at the sources and consequences of financial fragility focusing on the banking sector, to look at the institutional safeguards the government has built into the system in an attempt to avert financial crises, to study the regulatory and supervisory environment of the banking industry, to examine emerging approaches to regulation that focus on the safety of the financial system rather than on individual institutions.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Financial accounting - In an economic context" has contents: Long-lived assets; introduction to liabilities - economic consequences, current liabilities, and contingencies; long term liabilities - notes, bonds, and leases; stockholders’ equity; the complete income statement; the statement of cash flows.

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  • Chapter 7 - Current assets. This chapter presents the following content: Current assets, current asset section of a statement of financial position, economic consequences of accounting, quality of earnings, what will affect quality of earnings? why is current asset management important?...

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  • Ch a p ter 4 Understanding Interest Rates. Interest rates are among the most closely watched variables in the economy. Their movements are reported almost daily by the news media, because they directly affect our everyday lives and have important consequences for the health of the economy.

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  • The New Paradigm for Financial Markets also by george soros The Age of Fallibility: The Consequences of the War on Terror The Bubble of American Supremacy: The Cost of Bush’s War in Iraq George Soros on Globalization Open Society: Reforming Global Capitalism The Crisis of Global Capitalism: Open Society Endangered Soros on Soros: Staying Ahead of the Curve Underwriting Democracy Opening the Soviet System The Alchemy of Finance: Reading the Mind of the Market

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  • CHAPTER 4 ASSESSMENT OF BUSINESS PERFORMANCE. When we wish to assess the performance of a business, we’re looking for ways to measure the financial and economic consequences of past management decisions that shaped investments, operations, and financing over time.

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  • The accounting department is a cost center. It does not directly generate revenues, but rather provides a fixed set of services to the rest of the company, and is asked to do so at the lowest possible cost. Consequently, the accounting staff is called upon to process transactions, write reports, create new processes or investigate old ones—while doing so as an ever-shrinking proportion of total corporate expenses.

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  • Knowledgeable consumers who make informed choices are essential to an effective and efficient marketplace. In classical economics, informed consumers provide the checks and balances that keep unscrupulous sellers out of the market.

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  • A derivative is a contract that is used to transfer risk. There are many different underlying risks, ranging from fluctuations in energy prices to weather risks. Most derivatives, however, are based on financial securities such as common stocks, bonds and foreign exchange instruments.

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  • Chapter 6. Accounting and Finance. Accounting is the process of recording, classifying, reporting, and analyzing money. Accountants capture and record all the transactions, operations, and activities that have financial consequences for a business.

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  • In everyday life we are often forced to make decisions involving risks and perceived opportunities. The consequences of our decisions are affected by the outcomes of random variables that are to various degrees beyond our control. Such decision problems arise, for instance, in financial and insurance markets.

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  • The accounting department is a cost center. It does not directly generate revenues, but rather provides a fixed set of services to the rest of a company, and is asked to do so at the lowest possible cost. Consequently, the accounting staff is called upon to process transactions, write reports, create new processes or investigate old ones—while doing so as an ever-shrinking proportion of total expenses.

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  • A study in Herat province concludes that the extraordinarily high number of deaths of women during pregnancy and childbirth are largely preventable. They are a direct consequence of the very young marriage age for women and girls (according to UNIFEM, 54% of girls under the age of 18 are married),12 poor health and nutrition, too-frequent childbearing, and virtually no access to gynecological and obstetrical services.

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  • The authors study the effect of financial crises on trade credit in a sample of 890 firms in six emerging economies. They find that although provision of trade credit increases right after the crisis, it consequently collapses in the following months and years. The authors observe that firms with weaker financial position (for example, high pre-crisis level of short-term debt and low cash stocks and cash flows) are more likely to reduce trade credit provided to their customers.

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  • While the financial meltdown of the last decade and its consequences are still being felt, many are already talking of another one originating in the Euro zone. The global economic slowdown was a natural consequence of the events of 2007-8 which has led to a gloomy investment climate. For obvious reasons, most investors appear to have adopted a more cautious approach. The situation has not been very different in India, with the potential addition of other issues to contend with.

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  • Dobrinsky et al. (2001) conjecture that some specific types of soft budget constraints in a transitional environment may emerge as a result of distortions in incentive structures. In particular, distorted incentives may have an effect both on the determinants of credit supply and credit demand. 2 In turn, incentive structures are a reflection of the institutional environment and the conduct of economic policy in the broader sense. Consequently, policy reforms and policy shocks can be expected to affect the determinants of credit flows both on the supply and the demand side.

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  • We examine the causes and consequences of European real estate firms’ decisions to provide investment property fair values prior to the required disclosure of this information under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). We find evidence that investor demand for fair value information—reflected in more dispersed ownership—and a firm’s commitment to transparency increase the likelihood of providing fair values prior to their required provision under International Accounting Standard 40 – Investment Property.

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  • It is typical that when one has made a decision, one wonders what its consequences will be. Therefore, once an investor has given money to a fund manager to invest on his/her behalf, he/she should have the right to know what sort of performance they have obtained. Does the fund manager offer superior or inferior performance? How does the fund manager perform compared to peers? And what sort of strategy is used?

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