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Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2014-2015.
Applies principles of finance to the international setting. International finance is different in two basic respects: (1) the existence of multiple currencies adds risk to investment and financing decisions; (2) when corporations and portfolio investors cross international borders, both problems and opportunities arise. This course focuses on these issues and highlights how finance theory can be extended to address them. Students apply the basic principles of international finance to a variety of problems. The course helps students understand the ideas and research results of international finance and adapt what they learn to the practical problems in the increasingly globalized business world. The first part of the course outlines exchange rate volatility, barriers to international capital flows, and the value of international diversification. The second part presents a variety of problems, examples, and applications from the three basic themes described in part one. Spreadsheet assignments and a term project requiring data analysis develop research skills and illustrate academic concepts. Exams consist of computational, short answer, and short essay questions.
When Offered Fall.
Prerequisites/Corequisites Prerequisite: NCC 5060 or permission of instructor.
Regular Academic Session.
Credits and Grading Basis
3 Credits Grade(GRV)(Graded (GRV))
Class Number & Section Details
- TR Sage Graduate Hall B06
Pre-req: NCC 5060 or NCC 5560 Add/Drop Dates: August 11th at 8:00am to September 9th at 4:00pm. You may add or drop a full semester class after September 9th with permission of the faculty. A late fee of $100.00 will be charged for each add or drop transaction. If you are dropping after October 10th you will also receive a "W" on your transcript in addition to the late fees.
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