Seminar in International Finance.
Three semester hours.
The course examines the managerial implications pertaining to the financial operations of the firm and of investments in the international arena. The standard topics in international finance, such as exchange rate determination, foreign exchange risk (exposure), hedging techniques (using forwards, futures, options and swaps), international corporate valuation and capital budgeting, and courses of funds and the cost of capital in the international bond, stock, and money markets, are examined from a managerial point of view. The course also exposes students to recent journal articles as well as classic works in international finance and international financial management. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and the Graduate Advisor.
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