Lecture Slides in Managerial and Business Economics

Fiona Carmichael, Birmingham Business School

Fourteen Powerpoint files shared as part of a case study on "Teaching economics to undergraduate Business Management Students at the University of Birmingham", 2012-3

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Confederation of British Industry

This is a collection of presentations given at various CBI (Confederation of British Industry) events made available via SlideShare. They have been authored by members of the CBI or invited speakers from HM Treasury, companies and other organisations. They cover topics such as public procurement, climate change, energy policy, pensions etc. In common with other resources available on SlideShare they are embeddable in other websites, some are downloadable and registered users can comment on the presentations.

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Kevin Hinde, University of Northumbria

The economics of competition: a global perspective, is part of Kevin Hinde's suite of economics resources. The lecture slide shows are from a course for Business Studies students which "explores the effects of competitive and anti-competitive behaviour in Europe". Lecture topics are: Introduction to Competition and Regulation, Case Study on Regulation: Protecting Consumers, Understanding Markets and Industries, The Welfare Effects of Market Structure, Oligopoly, Barriers to Entry, Cartels, Predatory Behaviour, and Privatisation and Regulation of Public Utilities. They are available in PDF and also as PowerPoint files.

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Fiona Carmichael, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham

From the first semester of a level 3 undergraduate course in 2012-2013, these slides are from lectures which contextualise economic concepts including entry deterrence, credible threats, collusion, and moral hazard for the benefit of Business Management students.

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John Scouller, Strathclyde University

Overheads and lengthy notes are available here for nine PowerPoint lectures, which are: Intro to Strategy, Purpose and Performance Part 1&2, Understanding Competition, Understanding Costs, Monopoly Power and Barriers to Entry, Cooperation, Create SCA, and Mergers and Acquisitions. Also included are exams in Word and PDF. This link is to Archive.org's copy of the site.

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Bob Marks, Australian Graduate School of Management

Archived handouts, slides and exercises from a 2009 course, organised around 21 lectures. The course contains many case studies.

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Ed Dolan, Stockholm School of Economics

Ed Dolan teaches global macroeconomics, managerial economics, money and banking, and other courses in several European countries. His blog features short articles relating to economics teaching, including news, data, examples, and illustrations. Each post has a link to a free set of PowerPoint slides that can potentially be used in teaching.

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Robert Marks, University of New South Wales

This 1997 course at the Australian Graduate School of Management introduces macroeconomics for managers. The page archives 19 sets of detailed lecture slides in PDF format.

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Robert Marks, University of New South Wales

Archived from 2006, this is a microeconomics course, aimed at managers. Slides and lecture notes are available on this page. Topics are: The Decision Maker's Objectives; Basics of Project Evaluation; Shadow Pricing; Direct Price Changes, Welfare Economics; Indirect Price-Change Effects; Valuing the Environment and Other Unmarked Goods; Risk-Benefit Analysis; Role-Playing Exercise; Greenhouse and Kyoto; and Multi-attribute Decision Making.

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