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    MAF306 Assignment T2, 2010
    Assignment due One copy of the group assignment is to be submitted electronically on DSO no later than 11.59pm on September 12th.
    Additionally, one hardcopy report of the group assignment is to be submitted to B&L Faculty Office assignment box in building lb by 5pm September 13th
    Assignment worth 15%
    Word limit 3000-3500 words
    Students to form groups of three (3)
    Approximately 1000 words per student
    Assignment marks provided on DSO  


    The aim of this assignment/report is to encourage students to apply their learning in international finance and write a formal group report. The assignment is based the current Greek debt crisis and the implications for the EU. The assignment will be marked out of 30 and reduced back to a grade out of 15.
    Notes on the Assignment Report and Submission: c語言作業代寫 澳洲地區

    1.    Style –

    Your assignment must comply with the formal report style. Do NOT present a question and answer assignment! This means that you need to devise section headings appropriate to the material you will cover.

    2.    Plagiarism -

    Any work you submit for assessment must be your own work. You should not submit any material that is copied or paraphrased from other authors (or students) without correct acknowledgment.
    Submitting written work, in whole or in part, that is copied or paraphrased from other authors (including students), without correct acknowledgment, is considered to be one of the most serious of academic offences. This practice is equivalent to cheating in examinations, and it may lead to expulsion from the university. For further information, you are referred to ‘Statutes and Regulations Part 4–Academic Offences’, in the Deakin University handbooks, or Regulation 4.01(001), Section 20 in ‘University Governance and Organisation’, <http://dugs.deakin.edu.au/ORG/org.html> (log on as ‘guest’, password ‘guest’ (no quotation marks) and click ‘expand’).
    Please note that these regulations are not intended to discourage group work and exchange of views and information with other students and staff. Such interaction is most desirable provided you ultimately write your own answers and acknowledge any quoted sources.
    3.    Group Work - The main task for a group are:
    a.  Planning work: clarifying or setting objectives, planning tasks, selecting
    resources, agreeing who will do what and by when.

    b.  Organizing work: adopting appropriate working methods, getting things done on time and to standard and prioritizing work.
    c.   Reviewing work on weekly basis: evaluating progress and outcomes, checking the quality and discussing alternative ways of doing things.
    Whilst some students don’t like group work, there are some definite advantages when the process runs smoothly. I would like to encourage all students to form groups, but then to take their part seriously and not let the other members down. If we remember this golden rule we won’t have dysfunctional groups.
    Regardless of what we do, sometimes we do end up with dysfunctional groups. It is possible to ask group members to acknowledge the proportion of work done by each person (list which sections against group member names or on your front cover acknowledge work done by each student and agree to sign off on it. If there is significant discrepancy in content or quality of work then the sections can be marked independently).
    4.    Referencing - The method of referencing is according to the Harvard System. There is no excuse for incorrect referencing. If you use any source you MUST reference it and have in-text citation. That means that within or at the end of the paragraph you will have a reference. .  As a general rule you would have a minimum of ONE reference per paragraph, as you should be acknowledging the source of your ideas (unless you have genuinely written material that is your own – this usually only happens when you have data you have collected and are analysing)You can check what is required here by using student resources online at
    To get assistance with writing your assignment, go to   or go to the Division of Student Life.
    5.    Submission Notes - One copy of the group assignment is to be submitted online in an area provided in DSO. They are counted as “on time if submitted by 11:59pm AEST or AEDST on the due date, September 12th. A hardcopy version of the assignment must be submitted by 5pm on Monday 13th September
    c語言作業代寫 澳洲地區
    When submitting online, you must check that you have submitted work correctly by following the instructions provided in DSO.  If you make an error and need to correct your assignment before resubmitting then you can do so, but only before the due date for submission. In the Assignment tool button, you will find the “Submitted” tab. Under “Actions” within this tab, click on the “Take Submission Back to Inbox” icon. Click the “Inbox” tab. Click on the assignment to open it. You then delete the attached file by clicking on the icon next to the file name. From this point you can attach your new file and resubmit your assignment.
    On 1 January 2001, Greece became the 12th member of the European Monetary Union after dramatically cutting inflation and interest rates, and bringing the drachma smoothly into line with the euro. On 15 November 2004 however, it was revealed through close scrutiny of Greece's budget figures that the country had not actually met the conditions to join the eurozone. The Greek government admitted that its deficit had never been below 3% since 1999, as EU rules had demanded. By 4 October 2009, the Greek economy had contracted by 0.3%, and the national debt had risen to €262bn, from €168bn in 2004. By 8 December 2009, the crisis escalated and shares fell around the world after ratings agency Fitch cut Greece's long-term debt to BBB+, from A-. This was the first time in a decade that Greece did not have an A-rating, and pushed up the cost of borrowing. By 28 January, 2010, the spread between the interest rate charged on Greek and German debt widened to 4% as investors began to fret that Greece may default. On 2 May 2010, after days of frantic negotiations, the IMF, the EC and the European central bank hammered out a three-year package to rescue Greece. However there were still doubts whether the €110bn bailout would actually solve Greece’s problems. On 5 May 2010, Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, stated that admitting Greece into the euro may have been a mistake and warned that the future of the European Union may be at stake as the crisis over the Greek bailout pushed the euro to a 13-month low against the dollar.
    (source: )
    1.   You are required to investigate role of Greece, Spain and Ireland in the debt crisis in the European Union and provide answers to the following:
    i.             When did each of the above countries join the European Union (EU) and how did they meet the convergence criteria.
    ii.            What are the economic conditions that have existed from 2004 to 2010 in each of the above countries?
    iii.           Why are economic commentators and other member nations of the EU worried about these nations?  Discuss the causes and consequences of increased sovereign risk associated with these three countries.  
    Note: Your assessment should include what changes occurred in the main economic data over that period in these countries, using the main convergence criteria  - GDP, Budget status, Public (Govt) debt, unemployment and inflation levels, plus any other data that you consider relevant (Use graphs and data to support your position).
    2.   The EU and the IMF were involved in putting together a €110bn rescue package for Greece in May 2010.
    What was the impetus for the rescue package and what IMF conditionality had to be met? Why was a rescue package the preferred option? How viable was the alternative of Greece attempting to access the international debt markets to borrow funds to cover their debt position? What measures is Greece implementing to correct their problems?
    3.   It has been suggested by the German Chancellor and even a Reserve Bank of Australia board member that the EU and the euro currency may be at risk. What do you think are the implications for the future of the European Union and the Euro currency? Justify your conclusion.

    Current newspaper articles –The Age, The Australian Financial Review

    Websites like the RBA, IMF, Bank for International Settlements, European Central Bank should have some articles on the debt crisis.

    Eiteman, D., Daly, K., Rath, S., Stonehill, A., and Moffett, M., (2008) Multinational Business Finance, Pearson Addison-Wesley, NSW. Ch 2.

     IMF (2010) IMF Approves €30 Bln Loan for Greece on Fast Track, May 2010,

    Shapiro, A., (2006) Multinational Financial Management, 8th edition, John Wiley & sons, New Jersey. Ch 3.

    Appendix A

    Assignment requirements and marking guide

      Poor Satisfactory Good Excellent
    Actual Mark
    Letter of transmittal (covering letter) 0.25 0.50 0.75 1.00
    Executive summary
    0.50 1.00 1.50 1.00
    Table of contents, appendices and paper structure 0.25 0.50 0.75 1.00
    Introduction  / Conclusion 0.25 0.50 0.75 1.00
    Referencing (Harvard System)
    0.50 1.00 0.75 2.00  
    Task 1 –  ≤ 3.00
    5.00 7.50 10.00  
    Task 2 –  ≤ 2.00
    4.00 6.00 8.00  
    Task 3 - ≤ 1.50
    3.00 4.50 6.00  
    Note: the marks shown in the boxes above are indicative only. The marker may allocate marks either side of an indicative mark. You will receive the following assignment feedback form with your corrected assignment.


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