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General, Business & Economics -> Marketing -> Principles of Marketing, SC513000, SUCO41169, 3339
Publisher: Springer Nature
Jianping Mei, Hsien-Hsing Liao
Publisher: World Scientific
Real Estate Finance Is A Fast-developing Area Where Top Quality Research Is In Great Demand. In The Us, The Real Estate Market Is Worth About Us$4 Trillion, And The Reits Market About Us$200 Billion; Tens Of Thousands Of Real Estate Professionals Are Working In This Area. The Market Overseas Could Be Considerably Larger, Especially In Asia. Given The Rapidly Growing Real Estate Securities Industry, This Book Fills An Important Gap In Current Real Estate Research And Teaching. It Is An Ideal Reference For Investment Professionals As Well As Senior Mba And Phd Students. Contents: Introduction: Real Estate Analysis In A Dynamic Risk Environmentthe Predictability Of Returns On Equity Reits And Their Co-movement With Other Assetsthe Predictability Of Real Estate Returns And Market Timinga Time-varying Risk Analysis Of Equity And Real Estate Markets In The Us And Japanprice Reversal, Transaction Costs, And Arbitrage Profits In Real Estate Securities Marketbank Risk And Real Estate: An Asset Pricing Perspectiveassessing The “santa Claus” Approach To Asset Allocation: Implications For Commercial Real Estate Investmentthe Time-variation Of Risk For Life Insurance Companiesthe Return Distributions Of Property Shares In Emerging Marketsconditional Risk Premiums Of Asian Real Estate Stocksinstitutional Factors And Real Estate Returns: A Cross-country Study Readership: Financial Researchers, Real Estate Investors And Investment Bankers, As Well As Senior Mba And Phd Students. Keywords:
Pricing, Price cutting, Antitrust law
Organization For Economic Co-operation And Development
Publisher: Organization For Economic
Includes Bibliographical References (p. 85-100).
Publisher: John Wiley &Sons
a Joy To Use. . . . [of] Enormous Value As A Teaching Tool For Students, Novice Traders, And Those Who Suddenly Find Themselves In Need Of A Reference For Option Behavior.-futures Magazine
the Animation Is A Good One. A Deep Insight Into The Price Process Pops Out Clearly. In My Next Semester Course Black-scholes Made Easy Will Be A Useful Tool For Giving Students The Necessary Intuitive View Of The Matter.-professor Lucio Geronazzo, Mathematical Models For Financial Markets Il Dipartimento Di Matematica Per Le Decisioni, Universit? Degli Studi Di Firenze
[s]imply The Best. It Makes Every Part Of Black-scholes So Understandable. I Knew Black-scholes' Option Pricing Model Was Important And Use It Every Day In My Trading, But Never Knew Why Or How It Worked. [this] Book And Cd-rom Provided Me With A Clear Understanding Of The Model, And Best Of All, All I Needed To Understand The Model Was A Basic Mathematical Background And Some Common Sense.-dong-wook Kim, Futures & Options Trader Equity & Derivatives Team, Hanwha Securities Co., Ltd
in 1997, The Nobel Prize In Economics Was Awarded For The Work That Led To The Development Of Black-scholes Options Pricing Theory. Black-scholes Has Become The Dominant Way Of Understanding And Exploiting Relationships Among Option Prices, Stock Forecasts, And Expected Stock Market Volatility. Now, This Accessible Book And Cd-rom Tutorial Provides Traders, Investors, And Finance Students With An Intuitive, Interactive Approach To Understanding And Using The Black-scholes Model.
integrating Text And Interactive Computer Animations And Simulations That Are Presented In A Straightforward Manner, Option Pricing: Black-scholes Made Easy Teaches You The Fundamentals Of Option Valuation And Dramatically Shortens The Learning Curve For Mastering And Applying The Theory And Its Analytic Capabilities. Here Is A Sophisticated Way Of Thinking Made Available To Those Who Do Not Have The Background Necessary To Do Nobel Prize-winning Mathematics. You Will Be Able To Understand Easily And Intuitively The Concepts That Drive The Black-scholes Model.
from Making It Easy For You To See And Understand That Every Financial Forecast Is A Probability Distribution To Tackling Myths About Options Pricing, Calculating Options' Expected Returns, And Providing A Simple, Low-risk Options Strategy, Option Pricing: Black-scholes Made Easy Demystifies This Invaluable And Profitable Tool, Shows You Your Investment Odds, And Teaches You How To Take Advantage Of Them.
Road Pricing Technologies, economics and acceptability
Publisher: The Institution of Engineering and Technology
Road pricing is increasingly being implemented around the world to combat congestion, curb carbon emissions, compensate for falling revenues from fuel duty, improve the efficiency of the existing transport infrastructure, and fund new transport projects.
This book outlines some of the economic theory behind these schemes, indicates the different kinds of road charging schemes that are possible, describes the electronic technology being used, shows that it is available and already in operational use in many countries, addresses how public acceptability can be achieved, and demonstrates that people will accept road pricing if they understand the reasons for using it, and above all, if they have experienced it in use.
There are very few engineering-oriented books in this field, or books aimed at transport planners. This book aims to fill that gap - informing engineers and planners how to prepare for and implement road pricing schemes, which technologies to use, and which technologies are already in use successfully throughout the world. The book also aims to show politicians and policy advisors what has been successfully achieved and what is possible now and in the very near future.
Economic Theory - General & Miscellaneous, Marketing - Professional & Reference
Oxenfeldt, Alfred Richard
Impact Pricing Your Blueprint for Driving Profits
Management, Business & Economics -> Management -> Principles of Management
Publisher: Entrepreneur Press
AM I PRICING RIGHT? Every business owner is haunted by this fundamental question. Expert pricing strategist Mark Stiving draws upon more than 15 years of experience in profitable pricing and delivers a practical plan to help you confidently answer. Priceit’s most powerful marketing tool you have and the least understood. Zeroing in on the areas where your efforts will generate the greatest impact, Stiving breaks down critical pricing concepts and provides the blueprint to integrate proven pricing strategies into your growth plans. Be empowered to strengthen your pricing structure to withstand any conditions, dramatically elevating your company performance, position, and profits for long-term success. Learn how to: Set prices that drive your market position Correctly use costs to make profitable pricing decisions Implement value-based pricing to charge what customers are willing to pay Use price segmentation to leverage value and capture new business Cash-in on complementary products and product versions with portfolio pricing Prepare for changing conditions pricing strategically now Following in the footsteps of sited examples including Apple, BMW, McDonalds, Mercedes, and other market leaders, learn how to create a powerful price strategy that does more than cover costs.
Studio Trivoli Staff
Publisher: Die Keure Publishing
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Published: May 2013
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Publisher: Classic Pub. House
Cochrane, John H.
Publisher: New Age International Publisher
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Chorafas, Dimitris N.
Publisher: Harriman House Publishing
Finance, Managerial, Business & Economics -> Finance -> Finance - General, Business & Economics -> Accounting -> Management Accounting, SC600000, SC511000, 3034, 4984, SUCO41170, 13130
T. Kariya; Regina Liu
Publisher: Springer Nature
1. Main Goals The theory of asset pricing has grown markedly more sophisticated in the last two decades, with the application of powerful mathematical tools such as probability theory, stochastic processes and numerical analysis. The main goal of this book is to provide a systematic exposition, with practical appli cations, of the no-arbitrage theory for asset pricing in financial engineering in the framework of a discrete time approach. The book should also serve well as a textbook on financial asset pricing. It should be accessible to a broad audi ence, in particular to practitioners in financial and related industries, as well as to students in MBA or graduate/advanced undergraduate programs in finance, financial engineering, financial econometrics, or financial information science. The no-arbitrage asset pricing theory is based on the simple and well ac cepted principle that financial asset prices are instantly adjusted at each mo ment in time in order not to allow an arbitrage opportunity. Here an arbitrage opportunity is an opportunity to have a portfolio of value aat an initial time lead to a positive terminal value with probability 1 (equivalently, at no risk), with money neither added nor subtracted from the portfolio in rebalancing dur ing the investment period. It is necessary for a portfolio of valueato include a short-sell position as well as a long-buy position of some assets.
U.s. Government Accountability Office
Health Resources And Servicesadministration (hrsa), Within In Thedepartment Of Health And Humanservices (hhs), Oversees The 340bdrug Pricing Program, Through Whichparticipating Drug Manufacturers Givecertain Entities Within The Health Caresafety Net-known As Coveredentities-access To Discounted Priceson Outpatient Drugs. Covered Entitiesinclude Specified Federal Grantees Andhospitals. The Number Of Coveredentity Sites Has Nearly Doubled In Thepast 10 Years To Over 16,500.the Patient Protection And Affordablecare Act (ppaca) Mandated That Gaoaddress Questions Related To The 340bprogram. Gao Examined: (1) Theextent To Which Covered Entitiesgenerate 340b Revenue, Factors Thataffect Revenue Generation, And Howthey Use The Program; (2) Howmanufacturers' Distribution Of Drugs At340b Prices Affects Covered Entities' Ornon-340b Providers' Access To Drugs;and (3) Hrsa's Oversight Of The 340bprogram. Gao Reviewed Key Laws Andguidance, Analyzed Relevant Data, Andconducted Interviews With 61 340bprogram Stakeholders Selected Torepresent A Range Of Perspectives,including Hrsa, 29 Covered Entities,10 Manufacturers And Representatives,and 21 Others. Selection Ofstakeholders Was Judgmental And Thus,responses Are Not Generalizable.
Quantitative Analysis In Financial Markets: Collected Papers Of The New York University Mathematical Finance Seminar (Vol Ii) Collected Papers of the New York University Mathematical Finance Seminar(Volume II)
Finance, General, General, Business & Economics -> Finance -> Finance - General, Professional, Career & Trade -> Real Estate -> Principles of Real Estate, Business & Economics -> Economics -> Investing/Stockmarket
Hsien-hsing Liao, Jianping Mei
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Real estate finance is a fast-developing area where top quality research is in great demand. In the US, the real estate market is worth about US$4 trillion, and the REITs market about US$200 billion; tens of thousands of real estate professionals are working in this area. The market overseas could be considerably larger, especially in Asia.Given the rapidly growing real estate securities industry, this book fills an important gap in current real estate research and teaching. It is an ideal reference for investment professionals as well as senior MBA and PhD students.
International, Professional, Career & Trade -> Law -> Law
Stephan Rasch; Sebastian Schulz; Christian Schwarz; Stefan Stein; Lars Wargowske; Stefan Greil; Eva
Publisher: Libreka (Non-Agency)
This book presents the complex area of transfer pricing in a clear and structured way by means of a case study. The case study involves cross-border transactions of a fictive company group. Every chapter includes specific aspects relating to the initial case. The authors base the case-solving on OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises with multiple references made to German tax law. It is the aim of the book to introduce beginners in to the basics of transfer prices for tax purposes. In principle everything could be reduced to a globally unified standard: the arm‘s length principle.
The book grants the reader an entertaining, practical and structured introduction into the world of transfer pricing giving the necessary orientation and at the same time raising awareness which can also be supportive for advanced practitioners.
Table of Contents:
1. Introduction – the arm’s length principle
2. The first step: Value Chain Analysis
3. Transfer Pricing Methods
4. Comparability Analysis
5. Supply of materials
8. Cost Sharing Arrangements
9. Cost Contribution Arrangements
10. Business restructuring/transfer of functions
11. Financial Transactions
12. Tax challenges arising from the digitalisation of the economy
13. Permanent Establishments
14. Obligation to cooperate – Transfer pricing documentation
15. Country-by-Country Reporting
16. Litigation, dispute avoidance and resolution.
Research, Business & Economics -> Marketing -> Marketing Research, SC513030, SUCO41169, 3339, 6425
Publisher: Springer Nature
With a series of experiments, Lena Himbert highlights the influence of the unit price’s unit of measure on the consumer’s price-level perception and quality perception. Furthermore, this thesis shows that the unit price availability and prominence influences the consumer’s store price image. When shopping for pre-packaged products, consumers are offered a variety of product and price information at the point of purchase. The unit price represents price information given to the consumer for which the factor package size is removed and thereby lowers the information load for consumers in the shopping situation. However, retailers have considerable leeway concerning the unit price format. Aspects that can be varied are for example the unit of measure (e.g., price per kg vs price per 100 g) or font size. There is little to no previous research that gives advice to retailers how they should indicate the unit price on the price label.