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Business 200

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Business 200 PSY 110

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Notes of one week of class. Material for exam #1.
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Date Created: 01/22/16
Introduction to Business Chapter 1 Business Any profit seeking organization that provides good and services designed to satisfy the customers’ need  Adding value to satisfy customers every company in the chain where a products passes through adds values for the next costumers and for the ultimate costumer  Revenue  money that a company brings in through the sale of goods and services o Price that the product it is sold for  Profit  money left over after all the costs involved in doing business have been deducted from the revenue o Symbol of pi= R-C  Competitive advantage  some aspect of a product or company that makes it more appealing to its target o Example: Nike, Apple  Two types of business o Good producing business  companies that create a value by making “things”, most of which are tangible o Service business  Barrier to entry  Any resource or capability a company must have before it can start competing in a given market o Difficult to get into that business  Multiple environment o Important things that a business person has to be aware of  Stakeholders  internal and external groups affected by a company’s decisions and activities o Example  employers, owner of company, manager o Chair holder  owner of acuity and firm  Disruptive technologies  those that fundamentally change the nature of an industry, can be powerful enough to create or destroy entire companies o Example: Kodak  Functional areas o Research and development  conceiving and designing new products (R&D) o Informational technology (IT) systems that promote communication and information usage through the company or that allow companies to offer new services to their customers o Manufacturing, production or operations  area where the company makes whatever it makes or does whatever it does  Marketing o Everything that is evolved from knowing what the consumer wants to (research on the consumer) and getting it to the consumer, production is not marketing o Is involved with logistic, advertising, branding (logos), distribution channel (sell it online, website)  Finance and accouting o Reports to the CFO o Ensuring that the company has the funds it needs to operate o Monitoring and controlling how those funds are spent o Drafting reports for company management and outside audience such as investor and government regulators  Human resources  responsible for recruiting, hiring, developing and supporting employees Economics  Economy  study of how society uses it resources to produce and distribute goods and services o Sum of all the economic activity within a given region  Natural resources  Macro economy  big, looks at the overall big picture, inflation  Micro  small, looks at the individual, firm, industry  economy does not grow at a consistent pace  Factor of production  inputs, capital and labor  things that are used in production to produce outputs o capital  physical inputs, money o labor  human efforts o Technology  how you organize capital (can also be consider a factor)  China is a capitalist country even though they call themselves communist  Chart o Quantity  x axis o Price  y axis o Higher price the item has a low demand o Shift in curve (goes up) is an increase in demand  Demand can increase due to good economy in the society, trend and popularity of the product, consumer think price is going to go up in the future  Normal good  income increase you consume more of something  Inferior good  income decreases o Equilibrium  system at rest  point where the two lines meet o Supply curve goes down  increase in supply (supply increases it’s decreasing)  Cost of input going down can cause this o One curve will move and another one will not  demand goes up supply stays the same, supply changes demand stays the same o Equilibrium price goes down, quantity goes up o Increase in equilibrium price goes up  decrease in quantity of demand  Macroeconomics o Growth domestic product over a period of time (Chart)  Straight line  potential GDP  Deflation  prices are falling  Inflation  price rise  GDP grows about 3% per year, population grow is 1%  per capita 2% o The hill of economy  Peak of the business side  economy activities are good  Recession  two or more quarter of negative GDP grow  Trough  Recovery  Expansion  economy is going up  Fiscal policy  economic policy implemented by the president (head of the executive branch) and congress (legislative branch) o Government spending (road, infrastructure, education, health care) o Taxes o Relates to macroeconomics  Monetary policy  control by the federal reserve, they control price level and stable economic growth ** o FED funds rate o Low interest rate stimulate the economy  Fed have been trying to do this for years  Taylor Rule’s equation o Pi  inflation, is equal to 2% o Greek letter alpha and beta  positive coefficients o If inflation is greater than target they are going to raise what the equation equals to o Output grater than potential  slows things down o Output less than potential  they are going to speed thing up o Agro demand  can be affected by stock market crashes consumers stop spending money  Market structure o Monopoly o Perfect competition  many buyers and sellers, reentry and exit, homogeneous products (same products are being produced), zero profit o Monopolistic competition  close to perfect competition but there are differences o Oligopoly  a firm, BMW


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