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The Housing Market in Spain EC1-138-I-M
Have house prices stopped falling? What is their natural resting place? The Housing Market in Spain provides a framework for analyzing and predicting house prices. The case study focusses on Spain, however, the analysis can be extrapolated to other countries. Students are presented with different information across six steps. In each step they must make a prediction, modifying their previous decision according to their analysis of the new information. The case takes a look at such topics as speculative bubbles, income trends, disposable income and income elasticity of demand.
A dedicated professor’s page, designed to be shown in the class session, allows for a full analysis of decisions in each of the steps. As well as seeing the tendency of the predictions for the whole class, the professor can highlight a specific student’s analysis and use this to encourage class discussion.
* This material will have personalized links for each student and the professor will have the ability to see individual and aggregate responses before and during the class session.Academic Area:Economic Environment & Public Affairs
white nights CG1-144-I
In this practical case, students are presented with the challenge of evaluating the financial viability of an event for an art exhibit. Students are asked to determine the viability of the event given data, perform a break even analysis, calculate the maximum profit that can be generated, and consider the impact of segmenting the market based on ticket prices. This case serves well for putting general management accounting concepts into practice and gives students the opportunity to interpret analysis in a meaningful way.Academic Area:Cost Accounting & Management Control
World Oil Prices EC1-115-I-M
This case is designed to introduce students to the basic tools of supply and demand and to observe and predict how they operate in a real market that is constantly grabbing headlines: the global petroleum market. The analysis of this interactive multimedia case is based around those events that have affected the price of oil from 1970 to 2013.
Students will be presented with a series of historical events that affected the price of oil on the world market. They study each of these and then predict the effects on price by shifting the curves on the traditional supply and demand model.
The World Oil Prices interactive exercise has been used successfully across a range of masters programs, from Masters in Management through to MBA and executive programs. The material would be suitable for both undergraduate and postgraduate economics courses, once the initial supply and demand theory has been grasped.Academic Area:Economic Environment & Public Affairs