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Macroeconomics deals with [...]
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aggregate economic quantities,

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Macroeconomics deals with aggregate economic quantities, such as national output and national income.

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1. INTRODUCTION
In a general sense, economics is the study of production, distribution, and consumption and can be divided into two broad areas of study: macroeconomics and microeconomics. Macroeconomics deals with aggregate economic quantities, such as national output and national income. Macroeconomics has its roots in microeconomics , which deals with markets and decision making of individual economic units, including consumers and businesses. Microeconomics is a logi







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#conversation-tactics #how-to-take-a-complement
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People engage in conversation with each other for either [...] , information, [...] , and sometimes all of them at once.
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entertainment

pleasure

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Compliments are meant to make people feel better about themselves, which ultimately builds comfort and rapport.

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Conversation tactics are like the background music in a television scene. When they’re there, you don’t notice that everything is flowing smoothly. But when they’re gone, you notice (sometimes immediately)







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What should you do to warm up before socializing?
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Read out loud exaggerating emotions.


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Here are the steps. Open a book, find an article, consult your favorite poet. Find an excerpt about 400 words long, preferably with dialogue from different characters. The more exciting and emotional the excerpt the better. Read the excerpt out loud. Scream parts of it loudly, while exaggerating whispers in other parts. Use different and zany voices for different characters. Exaggerate any emotion you see in the excerpt tenfold – insane laughter, boiling rage, confusion, joy, etc.

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There’s an easy solution forbackfiring in interruption.

You simply [...] but [...]
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interrupt them don’t finish your sentence.

For example: I know! It’s so… And then you allow them to finish the statement with amazing! or horrible! so you can see which direction they are going.



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There’s an easy solution forbackfiring in interruption. You simply interrupt them but don’t finish your sentence. For example: I know! It’s so… And then you allow them to finish the statement with amazing! or horrible! so you can see which direction they are going.</

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Power’s crucial foundation is the ability to [...].
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master your emotions

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The most important of these skills, and power’s crucial foundation, is the ability to master your emotions.

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Power is a social game. To learn and master it, you must develop the ability to [...]
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study and understand people.

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Power is a social game. To learn and master it, you must develop the ability to study and understand people.

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In your desire to please and impress your superiors, do not go too far in [...] or you might accomplish the opposite—inspire fear and insecurity.
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displaying your talents

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In your desire to please and impress your superiors, do not go too far in displaying your talents or you might accomplish the opposite—inspire fear and insecurity.

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There’s a simple reason to focus on the end of your converstions – that’s where [...]
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people get their impression of you.

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There’s a simple reason to focus on the bookends – that’s where people get their impression of you.

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The 6 factors underling all of our decisions are:

[...] , [...], [...] , authority, scarcity and liking
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reciprocation, social proof, commitment and consistency

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The 6 factors underling all of our decisions are: reciprocation, social proof, commitment and consistency, authority, scarcity and liking

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#cabra-session #ethics #has-images #reading-rene-toussaint


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Violations of [...] can harm the community in a variety of ways.
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moral principles

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Violations of moral principles can harm the community in a variety of ways.

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Subject 1. Ethics
Ethical conduct is behavior that follows moral principles. Ethical actions are those actions that are perceived as beneficial and conform to the ethical expectations of society. <span>Ethics encompass a set of moral principles ( code of ethics ) and standards of conduct that provide guidance for our behavior. Violations can harm the community in a variety of ways. <span><body><html>







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Examples of long-lived financial assets include investments in [...].
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equity or debt securities issued by other companies

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Examples of long-lived financial assets include investments in equity or debt securities issued by other companies.

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Reading 29  Long-Lived Assets Introduction
Long-lived assets , also referred to as non-current assets or long-term assets, are assets that are expected to provide economic benefits over a future period of time, typically greater than one year.1 Long-lived assets may be tangible, intangible, or financial assets. Examples of long-lived tangible assets, typically referred to as property, plant, and equipment and sometimes as fixed assets, include land, buildings, furniture and fixtures, machinery and equipment, and vehicles; examples of long-lived intangible assets (assets lacking physical substance) include patents and trademarks; and examples of long-lived financial assets include investments in equity or debt securities issued by other companies. The scope of this reading is limited to long-lived tangible and intangible assets (hereafter, referred to for simplicity as long-lived assets). The first issue in accounting for a long-lived asset is determining its cost at acquisition. The second issue is how to allocate the cost to expense over time. The costs of most long-lived assets are capitalised and then allocated as expenses in the profit or loss (income) statement over the period of time during which they are expected to provide economic benefits. The two main types of long-lived assets with costs that are typically not allocated over time are land, which is not depreciated, and those intangible assets with indefinite useful lives. Additional issues that arise are the treatment of subsequent costs incurred related to the asset, the use of the cost model versus the revaluation model, unexpected declines in the value of the asset, classification of the asset with respect to intent (for example, held for use or held for sale), and the derecognition of the asset. This reading is organised as follows. Section 2 describes and illustrates accounting for the acquisition of long-lived assets, with particular attention to the impact of ca







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What is the largest market measured by turnover?


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Measured by daily turnover, the (FX) market is by far the world’s largest market.

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Measured by daily turnover, the foreign exchange (FX) market—the market in which currencies are traded against each other—is by far the world’s largest market.

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Reading 20  Currency Exchange Rates Introduction
Measured by daily turnover, the foreign exchange (FX) market—the market in which currencies are traded against each other—is by far the world’s largest market. Current estimates put daily turnover at approximately USD4 trillion for 2010. This is about 10 to 15 times larger than daily turnover in global fixed-income markets and about 50 times larger than global turnover in equities. Moreover, volumes in FX turnover continue to grow: Some predict that daily FX turnover will reach USD10 trillion by 2020 as market participation spreads and deepens. The FX market is also a truly global market that operates 24 hours a day, each business day. It involves market participants from every time zone connected through electronic communications networks that link players as large as multibillion-dollar investment funds and as small as individuals trading for their own account—all brought together in real time. International trade would be impossible without the trade in currencies that facilitates it, and so too would cross-border capital flows that connect all financial markets globally through the FX market. These factors make foreign exchange a key market for investors and market participants to understand. The world economy is increasingly transnational in nature, with both production processes and trade flows often determined more by global factors than by domestic considerations. Likewise, investment portfolio performance increasingly reflects global determinants because pricing in financial markets responds to the array of investment opportunities available worldwide, not just locally. All of these factors funnel through, and are reflected in, the foreign exchange market. As investors shed their “home bias” and invest in foreign markets, the exchange rate—the price at which foreign-currency-denominated investments are valued in terms of the domestic currency—becomes an increasingly important determinant of portfolio performance. Even investors adhering to a purely “domestic” portfolio mandate are increasingly affected by what happens in the foreign exchange market. Given the globalization of the world economy, most large companies depend heavily on their foreign operations (for example, by some estimates about 40 percent of S&P 500 Index earnings are from outside the United States). Almost all companies are exposed to some degree of foreign competition, and the pricing for domestic assets—equities, bonds, real estate, and others—will also depend on demand from foreign investors. All of these various influences on investment performance reflect developments in the foreign exchange market. This reading introduces the foreign exchange market, providing the basic concepts and terminology necessary to understand exchange rates as well as some of the basics of ex







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A company’s board of directors is elected by [...]


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shareholders

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3.1.4 Board of Directors A company’s board of directors is elected by shareholders to protect shareholders’ interests, provide strategic direction, and monitor company and management performance.

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mally compensated through salary, bonuses, equity based remuneration (or compensation). As a result, managers may be motivated to maximize the value of their total remuneration while also protecting their employment positions. <span>3.1.4 Board of Directors A company’s board of directors is elected by shareholders to protect shareholders’ interests, provide strategic direction, and monitor company and management performance. 3.1.5 Customers Customers expect a company’s products or services to satisfy their needs and provide appropriate benefits given the price paid, as well as to meet a







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Corporate governance provides a framework that defines the [...] of various groups within an organization.
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rights, roles and responsibilities

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Corporate governance provides a framework that defines the rights, roles and responsibilities of various groups within an organization.

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Corporate Governance Overview
Corporate governance can be defined as: “the system of internal controls and procedures by which individual companies are managed. It provides a framework that defines the rights, roles and responsibilities of various groups . . . within an organization. At its core, corporate governance is the arrangement of checks, balances, and incentives a company needs in order to minimize and manage the conflicting interests between insiders and external shareowners.”







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The scope of working capital management includes [...]
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transactions, relations, analyses, and focus

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The scope of working capital management includes transactions, relations, analyses, and focus: Transactions include payments for trade, financing, and investment. Relations with financial institutions and trading partners must be maintained t

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Reading 38  Working Capital Management Intro
and collecting on this credit, managing inventory, and managing payables. Effective working capital management also requires reliable cash forecasts, as well as current and accurate information on transactions and bank balances. <span>Both internal and external factors influence working capital needs; we summarize them in Exhibit 1. Exhibit 1. Internal and External Factors That Affect Working Capital Needs Internal Factors External Factors Company size and growth rates Organizational structure Sophistication of working capital management Borrowing and investing positions/activities/capacities Banking services Interest rates New technologies and new products The economy Competitors The scope of working capital management includes transactions, relations, analyses, and focus: Transactions include payments for trade, financing, and investment. Relations with financial institutions and trading partners must be maintained to ensure that the transactions work effectively. Analyses of working capital management activities are required so that appropriate strategies can be formulated and implemented. Focus requires that organizations of all sizes today must have a global viewpoint with strong emphasis on liquidity. In this reading, we examine the different types of working capital and the management issues associated with each. We also look at methods of evaluating the effectiveness of working capital management. <span><body><html>







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Who is responsible for the form and content pf the financial statements?



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Management

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The net income figure is used to prepare the statement of [...]
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retained earnings.

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The net income figure is used to prepare the statement of retained earnings.

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Subject 2. Major Financial Statements
recurring income is persistent. If an item in the unusual or infrequent component of income from continuing operations is deemed not to be persistent, then recurring (pre-tax) income from continuing operations should be adjusted. <span>The net income figure is used to prepare the statement of retained earnings. Balance Sheet A balance sheet provides a "snapshot" of a company's financial condition. Think of the balance sheet as a photo of the business at a sp







#Branding

Understanding last-touch attributions is especially useful in optimizing landing pages, fine-tuning email campaigns, or any other content source that helped put the ball over the goal line to convert a prospect into a customer. It’s great bottom-of-the-funnel information.

In contrast, understanding first-touch attribution is extremely useful in improving your top-of-the-funnel marketing efforts. Knowing whether a lead came to your website as the result of an organic search (and for what term) or because they were tipped off to one of your Facebook posts by a colleague will help you concentrate your marketing and it's messaging where it will resonate best.

HubSpot’s Analytics tool is excellent for measuring the overall impact of branding campaigns.

The Attribution Report tool lets you analyze:

  • How the lead first found you
  • What the critical touch points were that led to conversions
  • Which marketing campaigns generated the most sales
  • What actions generated the highest quality leads
  • What to Measure and Analyze
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#Marketing
No matter what B2B product you are selling, a phone system, a recruiting system, or cloud storage, an SMB company will typically hit a trigger point will that create a need for that product. At RingCentral, it was when a company opened a new office or their existing phone system broke. At Taleo it was when a company reached 500 employees, and email no longer served as a good applicant tracker. There is a point of growth or business circumstance that a company hits that triggers the demand for your product. Figure out what that is, identify companies with this characteristic, and message to the need created by this trigger.
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In linux, the [...] command runs a System V init script in as predictable environment as possible, removing most environment variables and with current working directory set to /
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service

^^ for described reasons in question section, running "sudo service ssh restart", for example, is safer way to restart "ssh" that doing "/etc/init.d/ssh restart"


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service - Unix, Linux Command
service - Unix, Linux Command Advertisements NAME service - run a System V init script SYNOPSIS service SCRIPT COMMAND [OPTIONS] service --status-all service --help | -h | --version DESCRIPTION <span>service runs a System V init script in as predictable environment as possible, removing most environment variables and with current working directory set to /. The SCRIPT parameter specifies a System V init script, located in /etc/init.d/SCRIPT. The supported values of COMMAND depend on the invoked script, service passes COMMAND and OPTIONS i







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In linux, why would you restart ssh using the service command, i.e. by doing "sudo service ssh restart", vs just running the ssh daemon initialization script directly with: "/etc/init.d/ssh restart"? (there are 2 reasons)1
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Because service runs the ssh initialization script in a safe way by 1) removing most environment variables and 2) with current directory as /, thereby mimicking exactly what happens when the script is run during host initialization.

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service - Unix, Linux Command
ipt in as predictable environment as possible, removing most environment variables and with current working directory set to /. The SCRIPT parameter specifies a System V init script, located in <span>/etc/init.d/SCRIPT. The supported values of COMMAND depend on the invoked script, service passes COMMAND and OPTIONS it to the init script unmodified. All scripts should support at least the start and sto







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In linux, if you want to stop/start/restart a long running service/daemon (like jenkins, ssh, docker, etc), the best/safest way to do so is via the [...] command
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service

^^^ e.g. sudo service docker restart


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service - Unix, Linux Command
ix Useful Resources Selected Reading Computer Glossary Who is Who Copyright © 2014 by tutorialspoint Home References Discussion Forums About TP service - Unix, Linux Command Advertisements NAME <span>service - run a System V init script SYNOPSIS service SCRIPT COMMAND [OPTIONS] service --status-all service --help | -h | --version DESCRIPTION service runs a System V init script in as predict







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In linux, issue command to safely restart the docker daemon.
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sudo service docker restart

^^ note you have to run service as sudo, since you are running one of the system initialization scripts in /etc/init.d (in this case /etc/init.d/docker)

^^^ note the order of using the service command: sudo service SCRIPT COMMAND


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Glossary Who is Who Copyright © 2014 by tutorialspoint Home References Discussion Forums About TP service - Unix, Linux Command Advertisements NAME service - run a System V init script SYNOPSIS <span>service SCRIPT COMMAND [OPTIONS] service --status-all service --help | -h | --version DESCRIPTION service runs a System V init script in as predictable environment as possible, removing most environment varia







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In linux, when you run the service command as such:

sudo service SCRIPT COMMAND

COMMAND is things like stop/start/etc

What is SCRIPT (be very specific)?

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SCRIPT is one of the system V initialization scripts in the /etc/init.d directory, for example /etc/init.d/ssh

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service - Unix, Linux Command
a System V init script in as predictable environment as possible, removing most environment variables and with current working directory set to /. The SCRIPT parameter specifies a System V init <span>script, located in /etc/init.d/SCRIPT. The supported values of COMMAND depend on the invoked script, service passes COMMAND and OPTIONS it to the init script unmodified. All scripts should sup







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In linux, when you use the service command as: sudo service ssh COMMAND

What COMMANDs must all initialization scripts in /etc/init.d (for example /etc/init.d/ssh) support at a minimum?

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start and stop

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in /etc/init.d/SCRIPT. The supported values of COMMAND depend on the invoked script, service passes COMMAND and OPTIONS it to the init script unmodified. All scripts should support at least the <span>start and stop commands. As a special case, if COMMAND is --full-restart, the script is run twice, first with the stop command, then with the start command. service --status-all runs all init scripts,







“SISTEMAS ECONÓMICOS”
#2da-unidad-sistemas-economicos #Economia-y-Derecho

Objetivo particular.-

En este capítulo el alumno encontrará las bases teóricas y los principales criterios de organización económica, de manera que identifique las alternativas de política económica que pueden seguir los gobiernos del mundo, identificando al tiempo sus fortalezas y debilidades.

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“SISTEMAS ECONÓMICOS”
#2da-unidad-sistemas-economicos #Economia-y-Derecho
  1. Reseña Histórica de la estructura económica contemporánea del Siglo XVII-XX
  2. Principales Sistemas Económicos
    1. Economía de mercado (Teoría Clásica y Neoliberal)
      1. Principios básicos
      2. Fuerzas del mercado (oferta y demanda)
      3. Teoría del consumismo
    2. Economía planificada (Teoría Keynesiana)
      1. Principios básicos
      2. Principios del presupuesto
    3. Economía Mixta
    4. Apertura y Globalización internacional
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“BASES CONSTITUCIONALES EN MATERIA ECONOMICA”
#3ra-unidad-bases-constitucionales-en-materia-economica #Economia-y-Derecho
  1. Derecho Constitucional en el Ámbito Económico.
    1. Artículos 25, 26, 27, 28, 73 y 123
  2. Teoría del Ingreso
    1. Clasificación General del Ingreso
    2. Impuestos
      1. Federales
      2. Estatales
      3. Impacto
    3. Venta de productos y Servicios
      1. Productos
      2. Derechos
      3. Aprovechamientos
  3. Teoría del Gasto y deuda Pública
    1. Efecto Multiplicador
    2. Efecto Acelerador
    3. Componentes de la deuda
    4. Impacto Económico y situación actual
    5. Límites de la deuda pública, jurídica y social
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“SISTEMA MONETARIO”
#4ta-unidad-sistema-monetario #Economia-y-Derecho
Este capítulo brindará al alumno las herramientas teóricas y prácticas para el análisis general, sobre los principales indicadores monetarios del país, así como sus instrumentos.
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“SISTEMA MONETARIO”
#4ta-unidad-sistema-monetario #Economia-y-Derecho
  1. Medios Monetarios
    1. Formas de moneda
  2. Movimientos monetarios e impacto en precios
    1. Concepto de inflación y deflación.
      1. Orígenes
      2. Efectos
      3. Soluciones
  3. Paridades monetarias

    1. Movimientos en el tipo de cambio

    2. Concepto de Subvaluación y Sobrevaluación

    3. Orígenes

    4. Políticas cambiarias

    5. Libre flotación

    6. Banda de flotación

    7. Deslices monetarios

  4. Mercado de Dinero

    1. Definición de Tasas de Intereses

      1. Tasas simples y compuestas

      2. Tasas reales y nominales

      3. Tasas Lideres

    2. Títulos de Gobierno ( Cetes, Tesobonos, Bondes)

    3. Unidades de Inversión

    4. Casos prácticos de cálculo

  5. Mercado de valores

    1. Bolsa Mexicana de Valores y su función Económica

    2. Índice de Precios y Cotizaciones

    3. Modalidades en la Inversión en Valores

      1. Acciones

      2. Obligaciones

      3. Papel Comercial

      4. Bono de indemnizaciones Bancarias

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“Comercio Exterior”
#5ta-comercio-exterior #Economia-y-Derecho

Objetivo Particular.-

En este capítulo se presentarán al alumno una visión sobre el entorno económico de la comunidad mundial, la interrelación en el actuar económico de los países y la orientación del mundo contemporáneo.

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“DERECHO SUSTENTABLE”
#6ta-unidad-derecho-sustentable #Economia-y-Derecho
  1. Generalidades del Desarrollo Sustentable .
    1. Derecho Ambiental
    2. Derecho urbanístico
    3. Derecho sobre desechos y residuos
      1. Descargas Industriales
      2. Descargas Hospitalarias
      3. Descargas Domésticas
      4. Desechos Sólidos
      5. Orgánicos
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#Marketing
There is a point of growth or business circumstance that a company hits that triggers the demand for your product. Figure out what that is, identify companies with this characteristic, and message to the need created by this trigger.
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#Branding
Understanding last-touch attributions is especially useful in optimizing landing pages, fine-tuning email campaigns, or any other content source that helped put the ball over the goal line to convert a prospect into a customer. It’s great bottom-of-the-funnel information.
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Как читать быстро и много
Читая и выделяя ключевые идеи — я понимаю, с кем я их обсужу. Без обсуждения идеи умирают.
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Bigtable is a distributed storage system for managing structured data that is designed to scale to a very large size: petabytes of data across thousands of commodity servers. Many projects at Google store data in Bigtable, including web indexing, Google Earth, and Google Fi- nance. These applications place very different demands on Bigtable, both in terms of data size (from URLs to web pages to satellite imagery) and latency requirements (from backend bulk processing to real-time data serving). Despite these varied demands, Bigtable has successfully provided a flexible, high-performance solution for all of these Google products. In this paper we describe the sim- ple data model provided by Bigtable, which gives clients dynamic control over data layout and format, and we de- scribe the design and implementation of Bigtable
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Bigtable is used by more than sixty Google products and projects, includ- ing Google Analytics, Google Finance, Orkut, Person- alized Search, Writely, and Google Earth.
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Многие исследователи говорят о том, что чтение с экранов приводит к проблемам с пониманием прочитанного у старших школьников и студентов. Например, норвежский психолог Анна Манген (Anne Mangen) вместе с коллегами исследовала, как старшеклассники воспринимают один и тот же материал на разных носителях. Учёные задавали школьникам вопросы о рассказе, сюжет которого близок всем подросткам (любовная история, полная страстей). Одна половина опрашиваемых прочитала текст в электронном виде, а другая — на бумаге. Судя по результатам, вторые лучше поняли прочитанное. Им легче было перечислить детали и пересказать сюжет в хронологическом порядке.
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Поверхностное чтение стало нормой, и это угрожает нашему мозгу - Лайфхакер
нализа, который необходим для понимания сложных мыслей и доводов. Это может быть художественная литература или научные тексты, завещания, контракты или нарочно запутанные предложения политиков. <span>Многие исследователи говорят о том, что чтение с экранов приводит к проблемам с пониманием прочитанного у старших школьников и студентов. Например, норвежский психолог Анна Манген (Anne Mangen) вместе с коллегами исследовала, как старшеклассники воспринимают один и тот же материал на разных носителях. Учёные задавали школьникам вопросы о рассказе, сюжет которого близок всем подросткам (любовная история, полная страстей). Одна половина опрашиваемых прочитала текст в электронном виде, а другая — на бумаге. Судя по результатам, вторые лучше поняли прочитанное. Им легче было перечислить детали и пересказать сюжет в хронологическом порядке. Поверхностное чтение стало новой нормой. Мы замечаем отдельные фразы, а по остальному тексту только пробегаем глазами. Или прочитываем первую строчку, а дальше ищем лишь ключевые слова.




Вывод из текста и комментариев - восприятию мешает скроллинг. Именно он провоцирует мозг на поиск ключевых слов, поскольку основной текст постоянно ускользает. Вот почему чтение книг в специальных приложениях почти не отличается от бумажных, разве что мало текста помещается и трудно вернуться глазами к интересному месту, что бывает важно для сложных текстов.
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