To which I respond: There are PhDs, and there are PhDs, and then there are econ PhDs. This all sounds pretty bad on the surface. But, in the midst of adversity there is opportunity. Students and young professionals that earn their CPA now are almost guaranteed to find and secure a lucrative position of their choice. Firms and institutions are falling over each other in the struggle to locate and hang on to the most talented individuals. Universities and colleges will soon be offering compelling incentives to lure CPA’s into a teaching career. The advent of United States IFRS adoption is creating a demand for any CPA with international expertise.
Banks are complying with current rules and will boast quarterly how liquid they are. But they would enjoy filling those liquidity pools with assets Dodd-Frank-related rules limit (lower-rated corporate bonds?). A revised Dodd-Frank might ease the daily requirements and permit a broader range of financial instruments to be included in the pool of cash-like assets. Banks will prefer to meet these requirements more and more with assets that generate a return of some kind.
This module seeks to examine the nature of organisational behaviour from both an individual and corporate perspective and will provide students with a comprehensive appreciation of the importance of work psychology. The module will introduce students to the interdisciplinary nature of organisational behaviour as well as considering the interface of human psychology in the workplace.