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4. What policy initiatives should be taken by the emerging economies to sustain their economic growth and further improve their productivity? 1.2 Objective of the Study: The objective of this study is to investigate the phenomenon of slow productivity growth of selected advanced countries and fast economic growth and rising productivity level of selected emerging economies so that we will be able to understand the phenomenon of economic growth in its real
Net Present Value BN160722 BUS 550 Financial Management Professor: Dr. Stephen Hawn Westcliff University 22/01/2017 Abstract This study is conducted to determine which forklift system should Premium Manufacturing Company purchase using Net Present Value (NPV) approach. This study will be discussing about Net Present Value Method in detail. This paper will also show the advantage and disadvantage of Net Present Value (NPV) method. Introduction Net Present Value Method is a capital budgeting techniques that assesses a capital investment by discounting its future cash flows to their present values and subtracting the amount of the initial investment from their sum (Needles, Powers & Crosson, 2010). In other words,
Accounting practice in the post‐Enron era: the implications for financial statements in the property industry. Retrieved February 05, 2018, from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/bref.80/abstract Enron Case study. (n.d.). Retrieved February 15, 2018, from http://www.applied-corporate-governance.com/enron-case-study.html Gladwell. M. (2007, January 8).
First Altman Model (1968) According to Altman (1968) in The Journal of Finance, the systematic Altman Z-Score formula can be formulated as follows: Z = 1.2X1 + 1.4X2 + 3.3X3 + 0.6X4 + 1.0X5 Information: X1 = Net Working Capital / Total Assets X2 = Retained Earning / Total Assets X3 = Earning Before Interest and Tax / Total Assets X4 = Market Value of Equity / Book Value of Debt X5 = Sales / Total Assets According to Endri (2009) the financial ratios of Altman Z-Score can be summarized as follows: 1. Net Working capital / Total Assets This ratio shows how the company in generating working capital from the total total assets owned. Net working capital can be obtained by way of current assets minus current liabilities. 2. Retained earning /
“Business School Prestige: Research versus Teaching”. Energy & Environment 18 (2): 13–43. • Shuttleworth, Martyn (2008). “Definitions of Research”. Explorable.
The reasons that a company would choose would be not being able to compete in market or inadequate capital. If a company cannot keep up with competitor pricing or technological advancements, it is best that the company discontinue operations. Consumers are always looking for new innovations or trends to follow. In order to keep up with current trends, a company must have adequate capital in order to invest in upgrades. If a company does not have the revenue to invest in keeping the company current then they are bound to lose customers.
Annika Alexius and Daniel Spång in their paper “Stock prices and GDP in the long run” have tried to show that stock prices are dependent on output (domestic and foreign) in the G7 countries, which according to them is a more viable relationship than that between consumption and dividends. 3. Philip Arestis and Panicos Demetriades look at the empirical evidence on the relationship between development in the financial sector and growth in the economy in their paper “Financial development and economic growth: assessing the evidence” to identify the outstanding issues and put forward a few suggestions about how to deal with them in the
There are steps taken by Bahrain Islamic Bank (BisB) to overcome the crisis. 1.5 Research Objectives There are some objectives the research tries to achieve; • To identify the meaning of the financial and economic crisis, • To investigate the causes of the financial and economic crisis, • To show the effects of the financial and economic crisis, • To know the impact of the economic crisis on Bahrain Islamic Bank (BisB), • To give some recommendations concerning economic crisis on Bahrain Islamic Bank (BisB) based on the research analysis results. 1.6 Research Borders • Time Borders: November - December 2014. • Place Borders: Bahrain Islamic Bank (BisB), the Kingdom of Bahrain. • Sample Borders: the sample of accountants, auditors and managers will be limited to Bahrain Islamic Bank (BisB), the Kingdom of Bahrain.