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2. Finance Video Tutorials - St. John's University
Description: Video T utorials in Finance. Ronald Moy, Ph.D., CFA, CFP . I am a professor at the Tobin College of Business of St. John’s University in New York. I have created a number of video tutorials covering most of the topics covered in introductory and intermediate finance courses as well as the CFA curriculum. Asymmetric Information. Bonds and Other Debt
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3. St. John's University | Catholic, Vincentian, Metropolitan ...
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Description: Writers often claim that because they are the authors, they can reuse their work, either in full or in excerpts, over and over again. How can re-publishing one's own work be defined as plagiarism if the author has only used his or her own words and ideas?