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Structured Finance


Structured Finance

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Structured Finance

Week X Case Study Assignment

Title That Describes the Intent of Assignment

 

Background

The purpose of this template is to prove guidance on both formatting and progression of ideas when drafting assignments.

 

We begin with the background section.  In this section, please describe:

The asset under review.  This includes type, age, class, location (metropolitan statistical area and submarket/neighborhood).  Also, include key metrics that are useful to consider when your reader is reintroduced to the deal and your new analysis included as part of this memo.

 

As this is a rolling assignment based on reading for each week, you will update the background section weekly throughout this course.  Your background should be specific to the new information provided each week.  For example, Week 3 asks students to apply debt to their scenario analysis.  Use this section to inform the reader on any updates to negotiations and how this update impacted your analysis throughout.  In the case of Week 3, you will want to share that the seller has partnered with a lender and also provide the terms of the debt offered.  Week 4 and beyond will have unique updates to provide.

 

Images can help here as you deem appropriate and as needed as the deal progresses.  Images may include maps, pictures of the property and surrounding location so as to provide context for your reader.  The formatting of your assignments may look something like what is presented herein. However, this formatting template is meant to act as a guide when completing your work for submission at Georgetown, and in your career.   Find opportunities to be creative in a manner that sets up apart from your peers.

 

Our weekly case study assignments will ask you to perform specific analysis so as to arrive at a conclusion for recommendation.  Our expectation is that you use assignments as opportunities to provide more than a summary of deal metrics.  We want to know:

  • What is the analysis telling you? What are your resulting recommendations?
  • It is equally as important to tell us about your perspectives on the deal; what you think and why.

 

Leverage Analysis (title will change with each assignment you submit)

In Week 2, we asked you to perform an unleveraged analysis for three asset class scenarios (Trophy, Class A, Class B).  Week 3 asks to (i) review scenarios; (ii) apply the debt terms that are described in Blackboard to each scenario (iii) determine the type of investor that would be appropriate; (iv) identify the proposed returns that the project would earn.  Week 4 will have novelty as will subsequent assignments.

 

 

 

 

 

Leveraged Trophy Analysis (title will also change with each assignment)

Begin your analysis by providing a description of the respective development scenario and follow with a table that summarizes your findings.  Best to have a simple, precise and clear narrative about what the reader is looking at in the table that follows your description.  Also, helps to briefly explain your understanding of the assumptions that drive this analysis.

 

You will want to provide sufficient narrative such that your instructor(s) can easily identify where you may have made an error conceptually and help you address it immediately.

 

  • Provide bulleted notes below the table that help guide the reader in the same format as has been included here.
  • What would be useful comments that allow for a full understanding of your findings in the table above?

 

Leveraged Class A Analysis

Replicate format above based on analysis performed for Class A scenario.

 

  • Provide bulleted notes below the table that help guide the reader in the same format as has been included here.
  • What would be useful comments that allow for a full understanding of your findings in the table above?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leveraged Class B Analysis

Replicate format above based on analysis performed for Class B scenario.

  • Provide bulleted notes below the table that help guide the reader in the same format as has been included here.
  • What would be useful comments that allow for a full understanding of your findings in the table above?

 

Sensitivity Analysis

Continuing with week 3 as an example, students are also tasked with presenting sensitivity analysis associated with this project.  Intent of these sensitivities is to determine a range of anticipated return to investors.  We have asked you to run the following sensitives below:

 

Rent Sensitivity Analysis

In support of your rent sensitivity analysis, your table will need to include a range of rental rates that are less than and greater than the projected rate that you concluded to earlier in this course (a range of at least 10% both positively and negatively).  Projected cash flow through to disposition will change in conjunction with corresponding change in rent, as will disposition values, net proceeds, and ultimately IRR to the proposed investor.  Ensure that your table has as sufficient range of rents to adequately capture the various scenarios we have asked you to run previously (Trophy rents; Class A rents; Class B rents).  Provide notes as necessary that offer helpful guidance to the reader regarding your assumptions and the associated risks therein.

 

  • Provide bulleted notes below the table that help guide the reader in the same format as has been included here.
  • What would be useful comments that allow for a full understanding of your findings in the table above?

 

 

 

 

Construction Cost Sensitivity

As above, construction costs will increase based on the various scenarios we have asked you to run (Trophy, Class A, Class B).  The range of construction costs will impact the level of equity that your proposed investor will need to fund.  Cash flows for each scenario will reflect rental rates per scenario type (Trophy rents…) and will ultimately impact IRR, which your table should show.

 

  • Provide bulleted notes below the table that help guide the reader in the same format as has been included here.
  • What would be useful comments that will allow for a full understanding of your findings in the table above?

 

Disposition Cap Rate Sensitivity

As above, cap rates will be either higher or lower depending on the scenario. Buyers will pay more for better product, and less as the asset quality declines (no surprise then that Trophy will earn a lower cap rate than Class A, and Class B will earn a higher cap rate than Class A). Thus, disposition values will have a range based on range of cap rate, as will IRR.

 

  • Provide bulleted notes below the table that help guide the reader in the same format as has been included here.
  • What would be useful comments that will allow for a full understanding of your findings in the table above?

 

 

Recommendations

Take a moment to reflect on your analysis above and insights that your analysis provided that should be reinforced.  This is the ‘therefore’ section, and you are using language to motivate your firm’s leadership without also coming across as overbearing.  As an example for Week 3, it may be helpful to have a table that reflects the best option based on the sensitivities you generated.  Ultimately each week will require new insight based on leadership’s needs, so best to be flexible with your organization based on what you learned from performed analysis.

 

Our expectation is that you use assignments as opportunities to provide more than a summary of key metrics and also use as opportunity to concisely discuss impact on projected returns to investors based on new information provide each week.

 

What is the analysis telling you about risk? What are your resulting recommendations that are both realistic and can be achievable economically in the context of your investor’s requirements about return rates?  The purpose is to balance risk with your own solutions to continue deal flow and successfully create value.

 

 

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LAW ECONOMICS AND FINANCE


  LAW ECONOMICS AND FINANCE

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Module Code 77-602350

2017-18

                                                                    Task 1 – Report  – 50% weighting                                               

Task 2 – Report  – 50% weighting

TASK 2 REPORT

 

Assessment Weighting (%) 50%
Mode of Assessment Report
Word Count 2,000 words
Type of Submission Online
Submission Date and Anticipated Feedback Date Please refer to Assessment Calendar/Statement

 

Description of Assignment

With reference to a commercial property in either China or the UK, explain what issues a developer must consider in order to maximise profit and minimise economic and financial risk before, during and post development, irrespective of whether they choose to sell the property, or retain and manage it as an ongoing investment.

 

In order to answer this question, you must:

 

  1. Choose an existing property, not more than 10 years old, and assume (pretend) that you are a developer who is building it now.  Include a location plan and a photograph or other image of your chosen development.  For the purposes of this assignment, assume that there are no existing occupiers or legal title issues.  You are going to develop a ‘cleared’ site.

 

  1. Consider the options available in order to finance your development.  You only have 10% of the cost of construction ‘in the bank’ (equity).  What options are available for you to finance the remaining 90% of the project; which option(s) will you choose and why?  Please provide the reasons for your decision.

 

  1. Consider how you will maximise your profit: Using economic theory explain how you can minimise your costs and maximise your revenue?

 

  1. Identify the ethical issues likely to be involved with your development and explain how (having regards to RICS professional and ethical standards) you will manage any ethical issues or conflicts.

 

 

Guidance

  • More specific guidance on this assignment can be found on Blackboard under “Assessment” and will also be provided in your teaching sessions.

 

  • This assignment requires you to produce a report focusing on a specific property in either China or the UK. You are going to play the part of a developer who has to needs to decide how a development is to be financed and is to be economically viable.  In doing so, you may incorporate (use) any economic theory and diagrams that you consider relevant and appropriate.

 

Learning Outcomes

This assessment is linked to the following learning outcomes:

 

  • Identify and explain in sufficient detail the economic and financial issues likely to affect the commercial property market and the funding of commercial property ownership.

 

  • Identify and explain in a practical context ethical issues which ought to be considered by professionals involved in the ownership and management of commercial property.

 

Assessment Criteria

Please see below

Presentation of your Assignment

  • All typed work should be Arial (11pts) or Calibri (12pts)
  • You should use the APA referencing system
  • Please state the number of words used at the end of the assignment
  • Word counts include the entire assessment submission, with the exception of references and appendices
  • Work up to the word limit will be marked. Any work in excess of the word limit will not be marked

 

Cheating and Plagiarism

  • The University Regulations on academic conduct apply to all assessments. You are reminded that to represent as your own work the work of another person without acknowledgement is defined as plagiarism and is a breach of these regulations.
  • By submitting your work, you certify that it is your own work, and that the work of other people is duly referenced and acknowledged in accordance with the University’s Academic Conduct Regulation.

For more information refer to https://students.shu.ac.uk/regulations/index.html

 

Submission of your Assignment

Online Submission

  • You need to submit your assignment electronically via the module site by the date and time specified on Blackboard.
  • Your last submitted attempt will be the attempt that is marked.
  • Your coursework is to be uploaded as a single Microsoft Word or PDF document to the Assessment folder on the module blackboard site.
  • Filenames should use only letters, numbers, hyphens and underscores, and should be less than 72 characters in length.
  • Do not password protect your file(s).
  • It is your responsibility to ensure that your work is successfully submitted. Always check your email receipt and the submission point again following each submission.
  • More guidance on online submission can be found in the module site and here, including submitting large files (250MB or more). https://academic.shu.ac.uk/assessment4students/submitting-work-sitting-exams/submitting-work/
  • If you have a learning contract which recommends the use of stickers for your work please make sure that you type the wording of the sticker at the top of your assignment – preferably in red so that it is as visible as possible for markers.
  • Back-up and keep a copy of your work.

 

Return of your marked Assignment

Your work will be returned to you electronically. You will be given feedback in the form of the marking rubric attached including a personal commentary on aspects of your work. You may also receive annotations on your work showing specific examples of good practice and areas for improvement.

 

You will also have the opportunity to meet with a module tutor and obtain general feedback if requested.

 

Assessment Criteria

Please see Marking Grid attached.

 

In-Module Retrieval of an Assessment Task

Where in-module retrieval is available for an assessment task, if you have made an initial valid attempt but achieved below the pass mark, you may choose to rework the assessment task once only.

To be a valid attempt, the initial coursework submission must be capable of being marked against the marking criteria set. There must be some genuine attempt to answer the brief in the format required.

If you take the in-module retrieval and you pass the reworked assessment task, the mark for this assessment task will be capped at the pass mark.

If you rework the assessment task and your mark is lower than your original mark, then the original mark stands.

Refer to the module site for in-module retrieval submission dates. This date will be set by your module leader.

Having taken or declined your in-module retrieval opportunities, if you do not pass the module on second attempt you will be referred and will have to undertake a further piece of referral assessment to pass the module.

For more information on in-module retrieval refer to: https://students.shu.ac.uk/regulations/assessment_awards/In-module%20retrieval.pdf

 

 

Marking Grid (Rubric)

Section Presentation and Structure (10%) Consideration of the options available to finance your development (40%) Application of relevant economic theory to maximise your profit (40%) Identification and management of professional and ethical issues (10%)
Coverage Presentation on all aspects of the essay, including but not limited to: Readability of the material, layout, clarity of diagrams, formatting of text), correct referencing etc. Equity and debt related options considered and analysed in terms of advantages and disadvantages with logical and reasoned proposals included Economic theory applied in order to explain the project’s profitability within the selected market (property type and location). Insight demonstrated with respect to the range of potential and plausible professional and ethical conflicts related to the development project
Clear fail (<30%)

 

Clearly inadequate. Little of coverage seriously addressed. Critical errors (e.g. not referencing to APA Harvard) Clearly inadequate. Little relevant discussion of appropriate research and literature Clearly inadequate. Little or no incorporation of relevant applied economic theory.  Any theory included is descriptive, not applied. Clearly inadequate. Little or no commentary with respect to the importance of professional and ethical considerations.  Critical errors (e.g. the concept of ethics misunderstood or incorrectly applied)
(≥ 30%) Borderline fail (<40%) {Touches on some aspects} Some of coverage met but with critical errors / omissions. Some of coverage met but with critical errors / omissions. Some of coverage met but with critical errors / omissions. Some of coverage met but with critical errors / omissions.
(≥ 40%) Pass (<50%) {Satisfactory engagement} Most of coverage met, with no critical errors / omissions. Most of coverage met, with no critical errors / omissions. Most of coverage met, with no critical errors / omissions. Most of coverage met, with no critical errors / omissions.
(≥ 50%) Good (<60%) {Good – No big slips} All of coverage met, with no major errors / omissions. All of coverage met, with no major critical errors / omissions. All of coverage met, with no major errors / omissions. All of coverage met, with no major errors / omissions.
(≥ 60%) Very Good (<60%) {Very Good – No minor slips} All of coverage met, with only very minor errors / omissions. All of coverage met, with only very minor critical errors / omissions. All of coverage met, with only very minor errors / omissions. All of coverage met, with only very minor errors / omissions.
(≥ 70%) Distinction {Excellent – Joy to read} All of coverage met, with no minor errors / omissions, several aspects substantially exceeded. All of coverage met, with no minor errors / omissions, several aspects substantially exceeded. All of coverage met, with no minor errors / omissions, several aspects substantially exceeded. All of coverage met, with no minor errors / omissions, several aspects substantially exceeded.

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Further Maths and Simulation (SC2153)


Course: B.Eng/M.Eng Engineering Year 2
Module: Further Maths and Simulation (SC2153)
Topic: Assignment 1
Assignment submission date: 28th February 2018
Assignment feedback: 21st March 2018
You must attempt all questions and show all working.
Please state if you are rounding numbers, and include units where applicable.
1: The admittance, 𝑌, in a circuit is given by
𝑌 =
1
𝑍
where 𝑍 is the impedance of the circuit. If Z = 150 − j22, find 𝑌.
5 marks
2: By applying Kirchoff’s laws on a circuit, the following mesh equations were obtained:
18𝐼1 + 𝑗12𝐼1 − 𝑗25𝐼2 = 200
20𝐼2 + 𝑗40𝐼2 + 15𝐼2 − 𝑗25𝐼1 = 0
Determine, in polar form, the primary and secondary currents, 𝐼1and 𝐼2 respectively,
through the circuit.
12 marks
3: If 6𝑥
2 + 3𝑦
2 + 𝑧 = 1, find the rate at which 𝑧 is changing with respect to 𝑦 at the
point (3, 5, 2)
4 marks
Course: B.Eng/M.Eng Engineering Year 2
Module: Further Maths and Simulation (SC2153)
Topic: Assignment 1
4: The stream function, 𝜓 (𝑥, 𝑦),has a circular
function shape as shown, and is related to the
velocity components 𝑢 and 𝑣 of the fluid flow by
𝑢 =
𝜕𝜓
𝜕𝑥 and 𝑣 =
𝜕𝜓
𝜕𝑦
a) If 𝜓 = 𝑙𝑛√𝑥
2 + 𝑦
2, find 𝑢 and 𝑣.
b) The flow is irrotational if 𝜓 satisfies Laplace’s equation,
𝛿
2 𝜓
𝛿𝑥2 +
𝛿
2𝜓
𝛿𝑦2 = 0
Determine if the flow is irrotational.
15 marks
5: Determine the force, F, which has a magnitude of 64kN in the direction of the vector
𝐴𝐵 where A = (2, 4, 6) and B = (6, 3, 4).
8 marks
6: An object is dropped and its position vector, r, is given by
𝑟 = (𝑡
5 − 2𝑡
2
)𝑖 + (7𝑡
3 − 6𝑡
2
)𝑗
a) Find the velocity, 𝑣, and the acceleration, 𝑎.
b) What is the angle between 𝑣 and 𝑎 when 𝑡 = 2?
12 marks
Course: B.Eng/M.Eng Engineering Year 2
Module: Further Maths and Simulation (SC2153)
Topic: Assignment 1
7: If 𝛷 = 𝑥𝑧
2 + 3𝑥𝑦
2 + 𝑦𝑧
2

a) Determine grad 𝛷 at the point (3, 5, 1).
b) Find the direction from the point (1, 1, 0) which gives the greatest rate of
increase of the function of 𝜙.
9 marks
8: Consider a two-storey building subject to earthquake oscillations as shown:

Oscillations
The period, T, of natural vibrations is given by 𝑇 =
2𝜋
√(−𝜆)
where 𝜆 is the eigenvalue of the matrix A.
Find the period(s) if A = (
−30 10
10 −20)
10 marks
The equations of motion are
expressed as
𝑥̈= 𝐴𝑥
𝑤ℎ𝑒𝑟𝑒 𝑥 = (
𝑥1
𝑥2
)
𝑥1
𝑥2
Course: B.Eng/M.Eng Engineering Year 2
Module: Further Maths and Simulation (SC2153)
Topic: Assignment 1
9: Below is a screenshot of a mathematical function written in MATLAB, along with its
corresponding vector diagram.
What does this code do? Explain with respect to each line in the code and the figure
shown.
10 marks
Course: B.Eng/M.Eng Engineering Year 2
Module: Further Maths and Simulation (SC2153)
Topic: Assignment 1
10:
a) Model Q6 using MATLAB. Include a screenshot of the code and explain what
each line of code is doing.
b) Give two advantages of MATLAB over manual calculations and support your
answers with examples
15 marks
Total available marks – 100

BIOL 335: Homework 3 (Spring 2018)


BIOL 335: Homework 3 (Spring 2018)

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Review questions:

  1. Briefly, that figure illustrates the cell fusion experiment between a human and mouse cell in which membrane proteins on each cell were fluorescently labeled. You can use a sketch/sketches to help you answer the question. (3points)
    1. How would the results be different if the experiment were conducted at 0°C?

 

  1. How would the results be different if the human cell plasma membrane contained more cholesterol than the mouse cell?

 

  1. How would the results be different if the mouse cell plasma membrane contained more saturated hydrocarbons than the human cell?

 

  1. Describe the events that occur in the ER and Golgi that lead to the asymmetrical distribution of phospholipids in the plasma membrane of eukaryotic cells. You can use a sketch to help you. (2 points)

 

  1. Imagine a transmembrane protein made of 7 alpha helices. This protein functions as a pore that allows Cl- ions to pass through the membrane. Each alpha helix has hydrophobic amino acids on one surface and hydrophilic amino acids on the opposite surface. Describe how these helices are likely arranged in the membrane. (1 point)

 

Reading focus questions for our next class:

  1. Passive transporters mediate the transfer of a solute down their concentration gradeints across a membrane.
    1. Sketch a passive transporter. Be sure to label the transporter, membrane, direction of transport, and concentration gradient (1point)

 

  1. Now add a pump to your diagram that moves the solute against its concentration gradient by relying on ATP hydrolysis. Explain the need for each of the steps in this addition to your diagram.(1 point)

 

  1. Name at least one similarity and one difference between the following.
    1. Symport and antiport (1 point)

 

  1. Membrane potential and electrochemical gradient (1 point)

 

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ASSIGNMENT 2 PORTFOLIO


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ASSIGNMENT 2  PORTFOLIO

Promote professional development for self and others, in order to advance the nursing profession.

A portfolio is used as a measurement outcome and allows students to reflect on their academic experience, synthesize their accomplishments and develop a plan for future professional growth.

 

Part 1 – Goals for Transition to Professional Nursing Practice.

In this section you will write a 2-3 page paper in which you will identify your professional strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. You will also develop professional goals. Developing a plan for your future career goals will lay out the clinical and educational resources you need to be prepared for opportunities when they arise. In order to focus your goals, you will be utilizing two of the eight areas of Miller’s Wheel of Professionalism.

Write an outline of your goals, they can be clinical, educational or both. What are your strengths, weaknesses, and current assets? Where you now and what opportunities or threats will aid or impede your progress towards your goals? How will you utilize your opportunities and deal with threats to succeed towards your professional growth. Where you now and what opportunities or threats will aid or impede your progress towards your goals? How will you utilize your opportunities and deal with threats to succeed towards your professional growth. What skills or educational requirements are needed to get you where you want to go?

State how you will accomplish these goals. What resources do you need to attain each step and how will those resources be attained. Resources may be funding sources, time resources and/or commitments from your employer or family and friends.

Develop a timeframe. How will you accomplish your goals in 3 or 5 years? How will you stay on track? You may decide you want deadlines for the completion of a phase of your professional development plan, or deadlines for the beginning of each step. However you set up the timeline, it is one of the most critical parts for keeping on track.

The following checklist will be used to grade all three parts of your portfolio

 

Criteria

Part 1 – Transition to Professional Nursing Practice Reflection:

Identify your professional strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.

Select two of the eight areas of Miller’s Wheel of Professionalism to focus on your professional goals.

Outline your goals:

Focus: Clinical, educational, or both

Time frame: 3 years & 5 years

Indicate how will you accomplish your 3 year goal? 5 year goal?

 

Part 2 – Resume and supporting documents

 

Part 3 – Summary of course reflections

 

Proper grammar and punctuation, formatting, and adheres to APA guidelines.

 

NOTES:

  1. PROVIDE MOCK RESUME
  2. GOAL IS TO BE A NURSE PRACTIONEER

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ASSIGNMENT 2  PORTFOLIO

Promote professional development for self and others, in order to advance the nursing profession.

A portfolio is used as a measurement outcome and allows students to reflect on their academic experience, synthesize their accomplishments and develop a plan for future professional growth.

 

Part 1 – Goals for Transition to Professional Nursing Practice.

In this section you will write a 2-3 page paper in which you will identify your professional strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. You will also develop professional goals. Developing a plan for your future career goals will lay out the clinical and educational resources you need to be prepared for opportunities when they arise. In order to focus your goals, you will be utilizing two of the eight areas of Miller’s Wheel of Professionalism.

Write an outline of your goals, they can be clinical, educational or both. What are your strengths, weaknesses, and current assets? Where you now and what opportunities or threats will aid or impede your progress towards your goals? How will you utilize your opportunities and deal with threats to succeed towards your professional growth. Where you now and what opportunities or threats will aid or impede your progress towards your goals? How will you utilize your opportunities and deal with threats to succeed towards your professional growth. What skills or educational requirements are needed to get you where you want to go?

State how you will accomplish these goals. What resources do you need to attain each step and how will those resources be attained. Resources may be funding sources, time resources and/or commitments from your employer or family and friends.

Develop a timeframe. How will you accomplish your goals in 3 or 5 years? How will you stay on track? You may decide you want deadlines for the completion of a phase of your professional development plan, or deadlines for the beginning of each step. However you set up the timeline, it is one of the most critical parts for keeping on track.

The following checklist will be used to grade all three parts of your portfolio

 

Criteria

Part 1 – Transition to Professional Nursing Practice Reflection:

Identify your professional strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.

Select two of the eight areas of Miller’s Wheel of Professionalism to focus on your professional goals.

Outline your goals:

Focus: Clinical, educational, or both

Time frame: 3 years & 5 years

Indicate how will you accomplish your 3 year goal? 5 year goal?

 

Part 2 – Resume and supporting documents

 

Part 3 – Summary of course reflections

 

Proper grammar and punctuation, formatting, and adheres to APA guidelines.

 

NOTES:

  1. PROVIDE MOCK RESUME
  2. GOAL IS TO BE A NURSE PRACTIONEER

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MN–2003 Corporate Governance and Ethics


PRIFYSGOL ABERTAWE: SWANSEA UNIVERSITY 

DEGREE EXAMINATIONS: JANUARY 2017

MN–2003 Corporate Governance and Ethics          

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YOU ARE NOT PERMITTED TO READ THE CONTENTS OF THIS QUESTION PAPER UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO BY AN INVIGILATOR.

Answer ALL questions in Section A

Answer TWO questions ONLY in Section B

 

Dictionaries: Candidates may only refer to the English and Welsh language dictionaries available at the examination venue.

Calculators: Calculators may not be used. 

 

Complete all rough workings in the answer book and cross through any work which is not to be assessed.

 

QUESTION PAPERS CANNOT BE REMOVED FROM THE EXAMination ROOM

 

SECTION A

Answer ALL questions

 

Question 1

 

Describe and explain what is meant by ‘co-determination’ in the development of corporate governance in Germany.

[10 marks]

Question 2

 

Assess the difference between shareholder value and stakeholder theory when determining objectives for corporate governance.

 

[10 Marks]

 

Question 3

 

To what extent can shareholders in a large plc/inc in the UK and USA be effective in monitoring the board?

 

[10 Marks]

 

Question 4

 

What are the main advantages and disadvantages of a hybrid system of governance regulation?

 

[10 Marks]

 

Question 5

 

Explain the ‘inward looking’ and ‘outward looking’ function of the board of directors in a plc. To what extent do their legal duties affect their role?

[10 Marks]

 


 

SECTION B

Answer TWO questions ONLY

  

Question 1

 Explain the development of the ‘agency’ theory. Do you agree that the theory adequately explains the reasons for a fair system of corporate governance?

[25 Marks]

 

Question 2

 

Assess the development of corporate events in the US leading up to the Sarbanes Oxley Act 2002. Do the provisions of the act adequately deal with weaknesses in corporate management in the US?

[25 Marks] 

Question 3 

What is meant by the phrase ‘race to the bottom’ when addressing corporate governance and how can it be avoided?

[25 Marks]

 Question 4

Evaluate the significant differences between the utilitarian and deontological approaches to corporate ethics.

[25 Marks] 

Question 5

‘Comply or explain’ is a concept increasingly used as a means of ensuring that around world different corporate governance codes are adopted and practised. Would you agree that this is a sufficient response for companies to make, in order to ensure that the codes are being followed?

[25 Marks]

 Question 6 

‘The structure and governance of a company is a reflection of the culture of the country’.  Assess this view.

[25 Marks]

 

 

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Assessment Task No-2 Tourism/Hospitality Web Site Audit Report (Individual Report)


Assessment Task No-2

Tourism/Hospitality Web Site Audit Report (Individual Report)

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Requirements:

This is an Individual Assignment. Students are to select any Tourism or Hospitality marketspaces to find an organization or enterprise that is engaging in significantly by interactive marketing activities over the web, conduct an audit of the site. Students are required to present a report on their analysis.

 

You must have your market and organisation approved by Lecturer by week 4.

 

In your report on the website, you will:

 

  • Identify the purpose of the site and its web business model
  • Decide the target market for the site and any consumer behaviour issues of that target market
  • Consider the dynamic forces of the industry in which the organization operates,
  • Carefully analyse the site and critically evaluate it using 7Cs of customer interface, WebQual, ease of navigation and attractiveness of the site, how it builds traffic/ develops e-CRM, and the effectiveness of its online branding.

 

Criteria used to grade this task

Understanding of digital marketing concepts and tools
Correct use of theories and tools
Research skills to find information needed
Analysis of information
Critical evaluation of site
Report structure
Referencing, spelling, grammar

 

See Separate Marking Guide for detailed marking allocation

 

Links to Subject Learning Outcomes:

K2. Identify and evaluate theories, principles and concepts towards how digital marketing can be integrated into an organisation-wide business promotional strategy.
S1. Demonstrate and synthesise strategies towards the use of social media and social networking as tools towards supporting a business promotional strategy.
S2. Evaluate the effectiveness of a digital marketing campaign within the Tourism and Hospitality Industry.
S3. Evaluate the effectiveness of a digital marketing campaign within the Tourism and Hospitality Industry.
A1. Adapt and apply theory, new knowledge and skills to marketing situations arising in an organisational setting.
A2. Employ a structured approach to the development of marketing strategies to the Tourism and Hospitality Industry.
A3. Utilise problem-solving skills to understand the concepts of the strengths and weaknesses of both traditional and digital marketing in its various forms and apply these to marketing practice and behaviour in an organisational environment.

 

Submission Details

Submissions must be online via “Turnitin”

 

Feedback and Return of Work

Feedback and marks will be provided via “Turnitin” within two weeks of submission.

 

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ENGR 381 Contemporary Issue Assignment
Review and Reflection on Hydraulic Fracturing
DUE DATE: 15th December
Thermodynamics is fundamentally a subject about energy, which affects our lives in many
different ways. The availability of energy impacts our lifestyle, environment, economy, and
health. One of the primary controversial current topics related to energy is hydraulic fracturing.
Our contemporary issue project this semester will focus on hydraulic fracturing, which is a
controversial technique for harvesting natural gas (and other hydrocarbons) from the earth. This
project has two parts, the first being related to objective aspects of hydraulic fracturing and the
second being subjective to yourself and your own values. The final product of this project will
be a formal written report. The breakdown for the report will be as follows:
1. Part 1: An overview of hydraulic fracturing (or fracking) (2-3 pages, 12 point font, single
spacing)
a. A technical description of fracking
b. An overview of benefits, potential and realized
c. An overview of drawbacks, potential and realized
d. What biases do you detect?
e. Are there discrepancies in your resources?
2. Part 2: Your view on hydraulic fracturing (1-2 pages, 12 point font, single spacing)
a. Evaluate this technology from your personal perspective
b. Engage your values and beliefs as well as engineering ethics and virtues
c. Being as realistic as you can, what is your final recommendation regarding this
technology? Try to be convincing.
This project will require the gathering of information from a variety of sources. You should
include at least one from each of the following:
1. Documentary films
2. Mainstream newpaper articles
3. Blogs/editorial websites
4. Scientific articles
5. Editorials/articles/position statements from engineering societies (e.g. ASME, AIAA,
ACS, etc.)
6. Business magazines
Look for bias (implicit or explicit), and comment on it in your writing. Cite your research
materials throughout your report. Find your own references; I don’t expect to see the same set of
references for any two reports. Give proper citation to any figures used from your sources. See
the included materials on engineering ethics and virtues, and cite these as you make your
arguments in part 2.
Grading criterion: Quality of writing (including the use of citations) (25%), completeness of
background in part 1 (25%), articulation of your point of view in part 2 including citations to
ethics/virtue references (20%), persuasiveness (15%), effective use of figures (15%).
See attached documents on engineering ethics and virtues.

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Sports Nutrition Tips and the Nutrition Plan for Athletes


Sports Nutrition Tips and the Nutrition Plan for Athletes

Sometimes someone can ask you what your talent is and at some point when you were growing, you did not have any idea what talent is, right? Then you have grown now and am sure some of you here still don’t know their talents. For the lucky ones who have sports talent, and went to schools which considered co-curricular activities as a great deal, I know they realized what they are good in when it comes to sports. So today am here to discuss about athletes, sports nutrition tips for athletes especially the nutrition plan for athletes.

Many of you might be wondering why it is necessary to have a nutrition plan for athletes and I can assure you that there are numerous reasons behind this aspect. We all need energy to perform our daily activities and tasks and the same case applies to athletes. However, for them, they have to be vigilant on what their diet contains because that is what determines how they work and for those who have taken up athletic as  a career, the foods they eat is what determines their career and how long they will stay in course. That is why the nutrition plan for athletes is a very crucial element in sports.

In order to achieve the nutrition plan for athletes, the meals each individual takes before or after have a great impact on their energy formation, performance and the subsequent trainings. These individuals require a lot of energy in order to optimize their activities hence, it is very common to find them taking more calories in their diet compared to some of us. For instance, the nutrition plan for athletes must contain carbohydrates because as we all know carbohydrate foods are very rich in energy formation and athletes need this energy to avoid instant body fatigues when they are either exercising or performing.

We cannot forget proteins and fats too. I remember when we were young we used to be told how proteins can make you grow, however when I grew up, I realized that proteins have various benefits in our bodies. I will talk about the function of proteins from an athletic point of view, they are a source of energy and in addition to that, proteins help in building up muscles and new tissues. For athletes to achieve their goals they have to train continuously with a lot of resilience because without that commitment and passion, you cannot survive in the sports industry. Additionally proteins are vital in repairing worn out tissues. It is very clear that proteins play a huge role in the nutrition plan for athletes. Take a minute to imagine what if proteins dint exist? You and I know how much these athletes get injuries when they are out there playing or exercising meaning if we didn’t have proteins, injuries will mark the end of their athletic era. Additionally, their muscles will wear out and as a result, they will lack enough strength to help them achieve their sports goals. Therefore we can say proteins will always play a crucial role in the nutrition plan for athletes.

Many of us when we hear about fats, our minds rush to weight gain. However, we have types of fats and the ones recommended for athletes are unsaturated fats. So what do unsaturated fats include? We have examples like nuts, avocadoes, salmon and oils such as olive oil and sunflower oil. These fats helps in forming fatty acids that are not produced directly by our bodies and they are also a major player in the production of bile that breaks other fats in the body. What does this mean? It shows that if a body lacks some fats, it may lead to accumulation of more fats in the body due to lack of bile and I know that if there are extra fats in the body, the end result will be critical health conditions like diabetes, heart attacks and weight gain. No athlete will want to undergo all the above mentioned health issues therefore a little consumption of fats is important in the diet as it also helps in formation of cell membranes and production of more energy.

Sports nutrition also advocates for supplements. The supplements may either be vitamins, minerals or even amino acids supplements. As much as our bodies have different hormones and metabolic processes, sometimes they cannot produce all the required elements in the body, some have to be taken artificially and that is where supplements come in. For instance if we look at minerals, there are a great number of tasks that they help in our bodies for example, transportation of oxygen, balancing the acidic and basic amounts in the blood, maintaining healthy bones and also activation of various enzymes in our bodies. All these processes are crucial and human beings especially the athletes cannot survive without these functions. The most important minerals that take part in these activities are mainly iron and calcium and the bodies don’t produce enough of these at times. That is where supplements come in. Dietary foods with these minerals must be included in the nutrition plan for athletes to ensure their bodies are fit and healthy for the purpose of incredible productivity.

I cannot forget to tell you about the essence of water and other energy drinks in the nutrition plan for athletes. Dehydration is very dangerous and that is why health specialists insist that we must always take a lot of water on a daily basis. Water is essential in all the metabolic process that take place in our bodies. The moment we become dehydrated, that is the point where our health is at risk. Therefore athletes also need water and other energy drinks to keep them hydrated during exercises. Energy drinks help in adding sugar to the body during exercise to avoid extreme fatigue by producing more energy to carry the athletes through the activity.

As much as all the above discussed aspects are important in the nutrition plan for athletes, the most important point here is that they should be taken in the right amounts in order to achieve the goal of keeping the athletes fit and productive.

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Answer the following questions using the information provided above.

  1. What problem are amphibians experiencing worldwide? Please explain it as clearly and completely as you can in the space provided (approximately 150 words). Make sure you address broadly what is happening as well as causal factors involved. (max. 2 pts)

 

 

  1. What does the “climate-linked epidemic” hypothesis of Pounds et al. (2006) propose (that is, what is hypothesized to be causing the problem)? Summarize it in 1-2 sentences, using your own words. (max. 1 pt)

 

 

  1. List two distinct lines of evidence used to support the “climate-linked epidemic” hypothesis in your own words. (This is data that corresponds to one of the predictions of the hypothesis.

max. 2 pts)

 

 

  1. What does the “spatio-temporal spread” hypothesis of Lips et al. (2008) propose? Summarize it in 1-2 sentences, using your own words. (max. 1 pt)

 

 

 

  1. List two distinct lines of evidence used to support the “spatio-temporal spread” hypothesis in your own words. (max. 2 pts)

 

 

  1. How are these two hypotheses different in terms of their predictions? Contrast the predictions of each hypothesis. Explain in 2-4 sentences, using your own words. (max. 2 pts)

 

 

 

  1. Please list and explain one strength and one weakness of each hypothesis in the chart below. A weakness is something about the hypothesis (an assumption, way something is measured, piece of data, combination of data, or absence of data, etc.) that makes it less convincing. A strength is something that makes it more convincing. (max. 4 pts)

 

  Weaknesses Strengths
Climate-Linked Epidemic    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SpatioTemporal

Spread

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. If you were Ms. Torres, and you had to briefly describe to your students why the frogs have disappeared in this forest, and what you think is the most likely explanation, what would you say? Write your explanation as if you are talking to high school students. Be sure to synthesize the information available; your explanation should include an informed evaluation of the evidence. Please explain it as clearly and completely as you can in the space provided (~100-150 words). (max. 2 pts)

 

 

 

Finally, read carefully the following information and answer the last two questions.

 

In a new study, Cheng et al. (2011) recently described a new genotyping technique —a way to discover the genotype of the sample— by which amphibian museum specimens can be tested for the presence of chytrid fungus through a simple swab. This DNA-based technique uses the polymerase chain reaction (PCR)2 to detect the presence of Bd DNA in the skin of specimens, and can be used for specimens collected up to 50 years ago.

  1. Please read carefully and as many times as needed. How would you use this new tool to help understand the causes of enigmatic amphibian declines knowing that many museums have been collecting specimens from Central and South America for decades? Provide a specific example or scenario of where and for what purpose, you could use this technique. (For example, what would you test for and in what populations? What would you expect to find, and what would it mean?). (max. 3 pts)

 

  1. Please read carefully and as many times as needed. How might new evidence from using PCR on specimens from several decades ago strengthen or reject the hypotheses above? Describe how new evidence could be used to produce data to strengthen each hypothesis, and what data that would be. Explain. (max. 6 pts) —-PCR is a molecular technique used to amplify specific fragments of DNA. If the chytrid fungus is present on a frog specimen, chytrid DNA fragments will be amplified with the PCR.

 

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