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As far as Accor is concerned, we have never shown the way to discounting anything," he said.
Delay discounting, whereby the current value of reward hyperbolically decreases as the time until receiving that reward increases (Kirby & Marakovic, 1996), is closely linked to social discounting.
Before you succumb to the temptation to win new business by offering a discount, take a moment to consider these 10 problems associated with discounting.
Keywords: temporal horizon, delay discounting, impulsivity, neuroeconomics, trait, state
They did so by discounting (buying) DIs' existing short-term commercial credits (called "real bills," extended to bank customers to finance their shipments of output) at a discount rate that was competitive with market rates.
(1) A Federal Reserve Bank may lend to a depository institution either by making an advance secured by acceptable collateral under section 201.4 of this part or by discounting certain types of paper.
Most studies on discounting partial interests have relied on developing discounts based on the sales of real estate or corporate securities.
For a long-term cleanup, discounted totals will result in significantly lower overall costs, due to the exponential time element in the basic discounting equation DC=FC/(l+WACC)".
Key recommendations of this committee included the establishment of more objective and uniform terms and conditions for discounting across district Reserve Banks and the creation of seasonal credit and extended credit borrowing programs.
This discounting model can be used to estimate the market value.
To the extent discounting forecast debt-free net cash flow at the WACC results in a value indication of $25 million, and non-debt current liabilities represent $5 million, an indicated value of the firm's tangible and intangible assets is $30 million.
Table 4 illustrates the concepts of discounting using a hypothetical example of a program in which costs are incurred and benefits produced at different points in time.