Financial leasing satisfies the need for the most scarce type of borrowed capital – a long-term loan. Fixed assets transferred to financial leasing are included in the fixed assets of the lessee. The main goal of managing financial leasing from the standpoint of attracting borrowed capital is to minimize the flow of payments for servicing each operation. The process of managing financial leasing in an enterprise is carried out in the following main stages.
Financial leasing (leasing) is a business operation that involves the lessor acquiring fixed assets by order of the lessee with further transfer to tenant for use for a period not exceeding the period of their full depreciation with the obligatory subsequent transfer of ownership of these fixed assets to the lessee. Financial leasing is considered as a type of financial loan. Fixed assets transferred to financial leasing are included in the fixed assets of the lessee. Continue reading
Dissatisfaction with modern economic education over the years has been deafeningly ripening at universities around the world. Finally, this discontent broke out. The media reported on an unprecedented event: at the University of Harvard (USA), the world citadel of training economists, financiers and managers, a strike of several hundred students was held in late November 2011 in the form of demonstrative withdrawal from the lecture. The lecture was delivered by Professor Gregory Mankyu as part of the Economics 10 course. The purpose of the strike is to protest against the bias of the course, its isolation from real life, the inability to form a critical and at the same time constructive attitude of the student towards economic realities. Continue reading
Most governments aim for high rates of economic growth, believing that this will lead their countries to higher living standards. In pursuing monetary policy, the government is trying to influence aggregate demand by managing costs and the availability of loans. Consider the main arguments that confirm the benefits of economic growth, and the arguments that warn against it.
Most governments aim for high rates of economic growth, believing that this will lead their countries to higher living standards. In addition, governments seek national prestige. To achieve these goals, governments use monetary and fiscal policy instruments. Monetary policy is implemented by changing the amount of money in circulation. Continue reading