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  • CRM budgets are less protected. So far, CRM has survived the economic slowdown, but pressure is building. CRM is dangerous. Failure rates are rising, mistakes will be seen by everyone and the impact on the enterprise will be greater. CRM is still a fantasy in most enterprises. CRM done at a department level suboptimizes the customer relationship. CRM can provide a fundamental competitive advantage. Those enterprises that succeed are reaping substantial long-term benefits. CRM should benefit both the supplier and customer. Few initiatives provide any benefit to the customer.

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  • It is widely believed that changes in exchange rates have important implications for financial decision-making and for the profitability of firms. One of the central motivations for the creation of the euro was to eliminate exchange rate risk to enable European firms to operate free from the uncertainties of changes in relative prices resulting from exchange rate movements. At the macro level, there is evidence that the creation of such currency unions results in a dramatic increase in bilateral trade (Frankel and Rose, 2002)....

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  • Our results suggest that stronger competition implies significantly lower interest rate spreads for most loan market products, as we expected. This result implies that bank interest rates are lower and that the pass-through of market rates is stronger, the heavier competition is. We find evidence of the latter in our error correction model of bank interest rates. Furthermore, when loan market competition is stronger, we observe larger bank spreads (that is, lower bank interest rates) on current account and time deposits.

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  • Appendix 4A: The predetermined overhead rate and capacity. The predetermined overhead rate and capacity. After studying this chapter, you should be able to understand the implications of basing the predetermined overhead rate on activity at capacity rather than on estimated activity for the period.

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  • Appendix 11A: Predetermined overhead rates and overhead analysis in a standard costing system. After studying chapter Appendix 10A, you should be able to compute and interpret the fixed overhead budget and volume variances.

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  • Chapter 14 provides knowledge of rent, interest, and profit. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Explain the nature of economic rent and how it is determined; describe the loanable funds theory of interest rates; demonstrate how interest rates relate to the time-value of money and vary based on risk, maturity, loan size, and taxability; relate why economic profits occur, and how profits, along with losses, allocate resources among alternative uses; list the share of U.S. earnings received by each of the factors of production.

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  • This book grows out of 20 years’ banking research and training of bankers in Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia. As deregulation and competition are reducing margins around the world, the need for knowledge on Asset and Liability Management, the control of bank’s profit and risks, becomes an absolute necessity for any banker in charge of a profit centre, central bankers in charge of bank supervision, and banks’ auditors, consultants or lawyers.

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  • This volume contains a refereed selection of papers, which were first presented at the international conference on Numerical Methods for Finance held in Dublin, Ireland in June 2006 and were then submitted for publication. The refereeing procedure was carried out by members of the International Steering Committee, the Local Organizing Committee and the Editors. The aim of the conference was to attract leading researchers, both practitioners and academics, to discuss new and relevant numerical methods for the solution of practical problems in finance.

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  • Starting my house-fixing career in Northern California, back in the 1970s, seemed like a perfect opportunity at the time! I had no idea back then that one of the worst real estate recessions since the end of World War II was lurking around the corner. I had no way of knowing that interest rates would suddenly shoot up to 22% and completely close the doors on traditional real estate financing.

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  • Companies are increasingly attempting to replace or expound product-orientated strategies by customerorientated strategies. For this reason, the quantification of customer relations within the scope of the balanced scorecard is increasingly achieving significance as an implementation instrument for strategies and as a supplement to classic product profitability analysis.

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  • T HE human visual system is less sensitive to flickering details than to large-area flicker. Television displays apply interlacing to profit from this fact, while broadcast formats were originally defined to match the display scanning format. As a consequence, interlace is found throughout the video chain. If we describe interlacing as a form of spatio-temporal subsampling, then de-interlacing, the topic of our book, is the reverse operation aiming at the removal of the sub-sampling artefacts....

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  • This report provides basic data concerning the development of plantation sawlogs glue in central and northern Vietnam, logging, harvesting and transportation, and processing of sawn boards in a sawmill. Planting Acacia pulpwood to appear as a profitable enterprise for small-scale farms, many of them are prepared to borrow from banks to establish plantations. Acacia hybrid clones are the materials most popular varieties. A simple spreadsheet financial model for pulpwood development has been developed that internal rate of return can be as high as 24% in basic conditions....

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  • I thank everyone who provided expert advice on technical matters and everyone who offered comments on the papers, book reviews, talks, interviews, and draft manuscript that eventually turned into this book. I have benefited enormously from their feedback. It not only improved the book significantly but guided the direction of my research in crucial ways. I would like to thank each one by name, but unfortunately I cannot. Even were they not too numerous to list, they include many audience members and reviewers whose names I do not know.

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  • Russell L. Parr, CFA, ASA is president of IPRA, Inc. (Intellectual Property Research Associates). He is a consultant, author, publisher, and lecturer focused on the valuation, pricing, and strategic management of intellectual property. For over twenty-five years, he has advised his clients about the value and pricing of patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. His books are published in Japanese, Korean, Italian, Chinese, and Russian. Mr.

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  • Research Acacia logs processed in sawmills in Vietnam indicated that to improve profitability acacia sawlog production for growers, the following plants are necessary and sign standards should be improved through a combination of selected species genetic improvement, and forestry. Survival rate of survival is important to stand united and timber yield Ability to quickly develop a sawlog production in the shortest possible cycle (login as small as 2 m length and 15 cm diameter is frequently sawn)...

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  • This pattern has two main implications. First, if we take loan size as a proxy for the poverty of customers (smaller loans roughly imply poorer customers), microfinance banks appear to serve many customers who are substantially better-off than the customers of nongovernmental organizations. Second, banks will have an easier time earning profits (assuming that a large fraction of the cost of making loans is due to fixed costs).

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  • Starting my house-fixing career in Northern California, back in the 1970s, seemed like a perfect opportunity at the time! I had no idea back then that one of the worst real estate recessions since the end of World War II was lurking around the corner. I had no way of knowing that interest rates would suddenly shoot up to 22% and completely close the doors on traditional real estate financing.

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  • Health insurers play a unique role as both sellers of insurance and buyers of health care services. These companies use their power as buyers against the smaller medical providers while cooperating with larger providers to increase profits for both.22,23 With only a handful of large insurers, physician practices often have no choice but to accept the prices offered without bargaining effectively. Larger providers, such as academic medical centers, can use their size and stature to negotiate rates.

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  • The economic and financial crisis that arose in summer 2007 led to a significant increase in perceptions of risk in the economy, resulting in a sizeable rise in risk and liquidity premia on credit markets. Given the nature of the crisis, the financial sector was particularly affected, with respect to its financing via both the money market and the bond market, which may have had an impact on the retail interest rates offered by banks to busi- nesses and households.

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  • The other group of articles is rather empirical in nature and estimate a long-run relationship between the aggregated value of credit and a set of standard macroeconomic factors such as output, prices or interest rates. The main ¯nding of these studies is that for most countries the value of credit tend to increase with GDP and asset prices, and to decrease with the level of interest rates (see Egert et al., 2007 and references therein).

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