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FIN 5331
International Risk Management and Insurance.
Three semester hours.
Study of financial effects of pure risk on international business operations; policy goals, objectives, organization of effort, identification, and evaluation of risk; selection of risk treatment/financing tools; implementation and review of tools used; probability analyses of data; and financial evaluations of alternative tools.

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